141012 – Fear Threatens Civil Rights


Today’s Items:

First…
Gold Initiative
http://kingworldnews.com/

On November 30th, the Swiss people, in a national referendum, will vote to…
1. Force the return of the their country’s gold reserves held abroad back to Switzerland.
2. Mandate that their central bank must hold 20% of its assets in physical gold.
3. End gold sales abroad.
This could determine, not just the fate of their financial system, but have international repercussions.
NATO may have to invade.

Next…
Hacking and Competition
http://thebricspost.com

China, the biggest foreign holder of U.S. debt at 1.25 trillion dollars, has told the U.S. to stop “fabricating stories” and “mudslinging” about alleged Chinese commercial spying.    In addition, China is starting a new infrastructure investment bank and the U.S., the largest shareholder of the World Bank, isn’t going to like the competition.

Next…
Ebola Act
http://www.marketwatch.com

Health officials say beefed-up defenses in five U.S. airports will screen 94% of the 150 daily passengers flying in from Ebola-hit countries.    Unfortunately, there are direct flights between Ebola-hit countries and other U.S. airports, like DFW, that are not using the extra security.    In addition, Obama is saying that people cannot get Ebola ‘sitting next to someone on the bus’ while officials, at the CDC, are saying to avoid public transportation.    These clowns really need to get their stories straight.

Next…
Fear and Civil Rights
http://www.zerohedge.com

The Governor of the State of Connecticut, otherwise known as the Sandy Hook false-flag gun grab state, has declared a public health emergency, authorizing the “isolation of any individual reasonably believed to have been exposed to the Ebola virus.”    This allows state bureaucrats to detain and force-vaccinate people without due process.     While this is only one state, if there is a major Ebola pandemic, then all liberties and freedoms will immediately cease to exist.

Next…
Chocolate Supplies
http://www.newsplex.com

West Africa produces nearly three-quarters of the world’s cocoa.     With the Ebola breakout, this will affect the supply and prices of chocolate.    Quick!    Get Willie Wonka on the phone!

Next…
A Survival Combination
http://modernsurvivalblog.com

Rice is rich in starch, and an excellent source of energy. Beans are rich in protein, and contain other minerals.    The consumption of the two together provides all the essential amino acids and it is no wonder that this combination is a staple of many diets throughout the world.    With that in mind, do not forget to add spices to mix it up.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.    Good Day!

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3 thoughts on “141012 – Fear Threatens Civil Rights

  1. Pingback: Hyper Report – 141012 – Fear Threatens Civil Rights – 13 October 2014 | Lucas 2012 Infos

  2. Glad I don’t live in Connecticut anymore…..Not that that matters more than likely…:-( Oh and you know that beans also offer “effervescent” properties as well. Those properties will help keep ill people away, too!! 🙂

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