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Entry Submitted by Sierra at 12:44 AM EDT on July 20, 2017 I popped on and checked, and yay, there he was! Listen at 2'07".... ...

Thursday, July 20, 2017

"Just about there" - Thurs. AM KTFA Thoughts/News


RJG » July 20th, 2017

my thoughts on the billion dollars worth of bonds they will sell in USD. Here goes!!!! Frank you have taught us in the past that by the time we see things(news) in print, things have already been done(news is behind)

So my thinking is:

1) bonds have already been sold or already in the process of being sold.

2) These bonds will not be sold to the people, so those that are in line to purchase such bonds have the money to do so and to do so quickly because they have a reason to.

3) A Billion dollars of bonds will be sold very very quickly, if not already done.

This is all just in my humble opinion and may not mean anything, but I do know and believe we are about to get of the first part of this ride, (second part 72-78 days will be fun)

Jeff61 » July 20th, 2017

Regarding the new bond's being offered this month, my thought is that the bonds will not only affect the credit rating, but will be a major influence in the floating Forex exchange rate once the Dinar is released to the world.

FrostyTheSnowman » July 20th, 2017

Any "Shrek The Musical" fans out there?

Tell me ... ever catch yourself changing the words to Princess Fiona's song of "I Know It's Today"?

The waiting,
The waiting,
The waiting,
The W-A-I-T-I-N-G-!!!!
Now I know, the RV will appear ...

For those unfamiliar with "Shrek the Musical" -- (you're really missing out). Way too funny!
So ... can you relate to Princess Fiona?

I'm on day number 2,697.

Praise the Lord! IMO -- we're just about there! GO RV!

Don961 » July 20th, 2017

World Bank Ebadi: ready to support your efforts in economic reform and reconstruction of cities


Since 07/19/2017 16:38 am (Baghdad time)

BAGHDAD - The balance of News

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Wednesday, regional director of the World Bank in the Middle East received Saroj Kumar Jha, while the latter confirmed the readiness of the World Bank to help and support the Iraqi government's efforts in economic reform and reconstruction of cities.

A statement by the Prime Minister's Office, received / scales News /, a copy of it, that "Abadi received regional director of the World Bank," adding that "the Regional Director of the World Bank congratulated the Abadi, editor of Mosul and victories."

The Regional Director, according to the statement, "the World Bank readiness to help and support the Iraqi government's efforts and plans for economic reform and the promotion of reconstruction projects and the development of Iraqi cities."

Abadi stressed, "the importance of cooperation with international efforts in support of Iraq, and accelerate the steps of programs related to job creation, and stimulate the economy, and the return of displaced persons to their homes and to coordinate initiatives for stability and reconstruction" .anthy 29/6 n

Paul Ryan to Deliver Remarks on Tax Reform Today at 3:15 PM EDT

If you wanna see your next President speak today...


Watch Speaker Ryan’s Remarks on Tax Reform

July 20, 2017 | Speaker Ryan Press Office |

This afternoon, Speaker Ryan will deliver remarks on the need for pro-growth tax reform to employees at New Balance’s factory in Lawrence, Massachusetts—one of the company’s five athletic shoe manufacturing facilities in New England. The speaker will discuss how tax reform will create jobs and grow our economy.

Watch the remarks live at 3:15 p.m. ET on

As always, be sure to follow along on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for live behind-the-scenes updates.

To learn more about our efforts to reform the broken tax code, visit and check out the links below.

A Quick Update on Tax Reform (7/19/17)

A Made in America Tax Code (7/17/17)

TODAY: Key Hearing on How Tax Reform Will Help Small Businesses (7/13/17)

Tax Reform Will Happen in 2017 (7/6/17)

Transformational Tax Reform in 2017 (7/5/17)

Here’s Why Tax Cuts Must Be Permanent: (6/22/17)

Trump Business Transactions Probe Expanded by Mueller

Mueller Expands Probe to Trump Business Transactions

July 20, 2017, 10:31 AM EDT

The U.S. special counsel investigating possible ties between the Donald Trump campaign and Russia in last year’s election is examining a broad range of transactions involving Trump’s businesses as well as those of his associates, according to a person familiar with the probe.

The president told the New York Times on Wednesday that any digging into matters beyond Russia would be out of bounds. Trump’s businesses have involved Russians for years, making the boundaries fuzzy so Special Counsel Robert Mueller appears to be taking a wide-angle approach to his two-month-old probe.

FBI investigators and others are looking at Russian purchases of apartments in Trump buildings, Trump’s involvement in a controversial SoHo development with Russian associates, the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and Trump’s sale of a Florida mansion to a Russian oligarch in 2008, the person said.

Trump, Ross and Kushner attend a meeting at the White House on Feb. 2, 2017.

Photographer: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

John Dowd, one of Trump’s lawyers, said on Thursday he was unaware of this element of the investigation. "Those transactions are in my view well beyond the mandate of the Special counsel; are unrelated to the election of 2016 or any alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and most importantly, are well beyond any Statute of Limitation imposed by the United States Code," he wrote in an email.

Agents are also interested in dealings with the Bank of Cyprus, where Wilbur Ross served as vice chairman before he became commerce secretary. The are also examining the efforts of Jared Kushner, the President’s son-in-law and White House aide, to secure financing for some of his family’s real estate properties. The information was provided by someone familiar with the developing inquiry but not authorized to speak publicly.

The roots of Mueller’s follow-the-money investigation lie in a wide-ranging money laundering probe launched by then-Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara last year, according to the person.

For more on the Trump-Russia investigations, see this Q&A

FBI agents had already been gathering information about Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, according to two people with knowledge of that probe. Prosecutors hadn’t yet begun presenting evidence to a grand jury. Trump fired Bharara in March.

The Bharara probe was consolidated into Mueller’s inquiry, showing that the special counsel is taking an overarching approach to his mandated investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Altogether, the various financial examinations constitute one thread of Mueller’s inquiry, which encompasses computer hacking and the dissemination of stolen campaign and voter information as well as the actions of former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

Joshua Stueve, Mueller’s spokesman, declined to comment, as did Abbe Lowell, a lawyer for Kushner and a Manafort spokesman.

Spokesmen for the White House, Trump Organization and Ross didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Mueller’s team is looking at the Trump SoHo hotel condominium development, which was a licensing deal with Bayrock Capital LLC. In 2010, the former finance director of Bayrock filed a lawsuit claiming the firm structured transactions in fraudulent ways to evade taxes. Bayrock was a key source of capital for Trump development projects, including Trump SoHo.

The 2013 Miss Universe pageant is of interest because a prominent Moscow developer, Aras Agalarov, paid $20 million to bring the beauty spectacle there. About a third of that sum went to Trump in the form of a licensing fee, according to Forbes magazine. At the event, Trump met Herman Gref, chief executive of Russia’s biggest bank, Sberbank PJSC. Agalarov’s son Emin helped broker a meeting last year between Trump’s son and a Russian lawyer who was said to have damaging information about Hillary Clinton and her campaign.

Another significant financial transaction involved a Palm Beach, Florida estate that Trump purchased in 2004 for $41 million, after its previous owner lost it in bankruptcy. In March of 2008, after the real estate bubble had begun losing air, Russian fertilizer magnate Dmitry Rybolovlev bought the property for $95 million.

Watch Next: Why Robert Mueller Is the Perfect Man for the Job

As part of their investigation, Mueller’s team has issued subpoenas to banks and filed requests for bank records to foreign lenders under mutual legal assistance treaties, according to two of the people familiar with the matter.

Source: Bloomberg

Israel Faces Palestinian Anger Over Holy Site Metal Detectors

Netanyahu causing trouble. Attempting to gain leverage over the GCR/RV again? ~ Dinar Chronicles

Israel faces mounting Palestinian anger over holy site metal detectors

July 20, 2017

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is weighing whether to remove metal detectors at a Jerusalem holy site whose installation after a deadly attack last week has stoked Palestinian protests, an Israeli cabinet minister said on Thursday.

There have been nightly confrontations between Palestinians hurling rocks and Israeli police using stun grenades in Israeli-annexed East Jerusalem since the devices were placed on Sunday at entrances to the Temple Mount-Noble Sanctuary compound.

Tensions remain high ahead of Friday prayers when thousands of Muslims usually flock to al-Aqsa mosque, Islam's third holiest shrine, in the compound above Judaism's sacred Western Wall.

Muslim religious authorities, who say the metal detectors violate a delicate agreement on worship and security arrangements at the site, have been urging Palestinians not to pass through, and prayers have been held near an entrance to the complex.

Ismail Haniyeh, leader of the Hamas Islamist movement that rules Gaza, called on Palestinian demonstrators to confront Israeli troops along the enclave's border on Friday in protest at the Israeli measure.

Netanyahu was due to hold security consultations over the issue, and likely decide on a course of action, on his return to Israel later in the day from visits to France and Hungary, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said.

Palestinians shout slogans during a protest over Israel's new security measures at the compound housing al-Aqsa mosque, known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City July 20, 2017.Ronen Zvulun

Far-right members of Netanyahu's government have publicly urged him to keep the devices in place at the flashpoint site, but Israeli media reports said security chiefs were divided over the issue amid concerns of wider protests in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

"The prime minister is considering whether to change this decision, and that's his prerogative," Erdan said on Army Radio. He described the equipment as a legitimate security measure.

Last Friday, three Arab-Israeli gunmen shot dead two Israeli policemen outside the Temple Mount-Noble Sanctuary complex in one of the most serious attacks in the area in years. The assailants were killed by security forces.

Israel briefly closed the compound, holy to Jews as the site of biblical temples, and install the metal detectors which it said were commonplace at religious sites worldwide.

Israel captured East Jerusalem, along with the West Bank, in the 1967 Middle East war. Palestinians seek to establish a state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip with East Jerusalem as its capital.

Israel considers all of Jerusalem its capital, a claim that is not recognized internationally.

Source: Reuters

Gold Standard? Australia Exports Record Amount of Gold to China

CLOSE TO NEW GOLD STANDARD? Australia Exports Record Amount Of Gold To China

JULY 19, 2017

Are the Chinese getting close to announcing a new gold-backed currency? Well, if the record amount of Australian gold exports into China is an indicator, it may be close at hand. While the Chinese have been importing a lot of gold from Australia, it reached a new record high in 2017.

According to the recently released data by the Australian Government June 2017 Resources and Energy Quarterly, Australia exported more gold to Hong Kong and China during the first quarter of 2017 than any other quarter in history.

Australian gold exports to Hong Kong and China were 54% higher Q1 2017 versus the same quarter last year:

As we can see in the chart above, Australia exported 57.4 metric tons (mt) of gold in Q1 2017 compared to 37.2 mt Q1 2016. What a difference in ten years. Australian gold exports to Hong Kong and China were nonexistent in 2008. However, after the U.S. and global market meltdown that year, China started to import more gold, especially since 2011.

Even though I compared Q1 2017 Australian gold exports to China to the first quarters of previous years in the chart above, the data for all quarters shows that the present quarter is the highest amount on record.

Furthermore, Australia is now exporting the majority of its gold to Hong Kong and China. For example, of the total 75 mt of Australian gold exports Q1 2017, 57.4 mt or 77% went to Hong Kong and China. Here was the breakdown for Q1 2017.

Australian Gold Exports Q1 2017:

Hong Kong & China = 57.4 mt

U.K. = 7 mt

Singapore = 2.1 mt

India = 2.0 mt

Thailand = 2.0 mt

Other = 4.5 mt

In addition, of the 83 mt of Australian gold exports Q4 2016, two-thirds made their way to Hong Kong and China. So, we can plainly see that China is importing the most gold from Australia ever.

Now, what is even more interesting is that Australian exports more gold than they produce from their domestic gold mines. This is also true for the United States. I decided to take the gold mine supply and gold export figures from these two countries to produce the chart below:

Here we can see that Australia and the U.S. produced a combined 510 mt of gold in 2016, but their gold exports totaled 762 mt. Thus, these two countries exported nearly 50% more gold than they produced in 2016.

Here is a breakdown of Australian and U.S. gold mine supply and gold exports:

Australia Gold Production vs. Gold Exports

2014 = 274 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 289 mt Gold Exports (difference = +15 mt)

2015 = 279 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 282 mt Gold Exports (difference = +3 mt)

2016 = 288 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 329 mt Gold Exports (difference = +41 mt)

United States Gold Production vs. Gold Exports

2014 = 210 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 500 mt Gold Exports (difference = +290 mt)

2015 = 214 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 494 mt Gold Exports (difference = +280 mt)

2016 = 222 mt Gold Mine supply vs. 433 mt Gold Exports (difference = +211 mt)

While Australia is exporting more gold than it produces, the U.S. is clearly the BIG WINNER here. As I have stated in previous articles, the U.S. is not only exporting more gold than it produces, it is also exporting more gold than it imports.

In 2015, the United States produced 214 mt of gold and imported 265 mt for a total of 479 mt. However, the U.S. exported a total of 494 mt of gold in 2015. Which means, it exported 15 mt more gold than it produced and imported that year.

Regardless, Australia and the U.S. continue to export the majority of its gold to Hong Kong and China. For example, Australia and the United States exported 121 mt of gold to Hong Kong and China during the first quarter of 2017. Australia exported 57.4 mt, while the U.S. exported 63.3 mt. Thus, Hong Kong and China received 55% of all Australian and U.S. gold exports Q1 2017.

Could the increase in Chinese gold imports suggest they are setting the state for a new Gold-Back Currency or Trade? According to the recent article on Zerohedge, Moscow And Beijing Join Forces To Bypass US Dollar In Global Markets, Shift To Gold Trade:

The Russian central bank opened its first overseas office in Beijing on March 14, marking a step forward in forging a Beijing-Moscow alliance to bypass the US dollar in the global monetary system, and to phase-in a gold-backed standard of trade.

…. Speaking on future ties with Russia, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said in mid-March that Sino-Russian trade ties were affected by falling oil prices, but he added that he saw great potential in cooperation. Vladimir Shapovalov, a senior official at the Russian central bank, said the two central banks were drafting a memorandum of understanding to solve technical issues around China’s gold imports from Russia, and that details would be released soon.

If Russia – the world’s fourth largest gold producer after China, Japan and the US – is indeed set to become a major supplier of gold to China, the probability of a scenario hinted by many over the years, namely that Beijing is preparing to eventually unroll a gold-backed currency, increases by orders of magnitude.

In order for China (and Russia) to unroll a gold-backed currency, China must acquire as much gold as it can before the global currency reset. It is quite interesting to see the record amount of gold being exported from Australia to China as talks increase about a new Chinese-Russian gold-backed currency.

With the economic indicators in the U.S. and abroad peaking and rolling over, forecasts that a major market correction to take place towards the end of this year may indeed motivate China to roll out its gold-backed currency sooner rather than later. However, it’s a matter of WHEN, not IF the world moves to a new gold-backed currency system. Investors who continue to play RUSSIAN ROULETTE in the markets will likely be the biggest bag holders in history when the world switches over to a new gold-backed currency system.

Source: SRSrocco Report

Quantum Computing Would Make Present Day's Encryption Obsolete

Quantum Computing Would Make Today’s Encryption Obsolete

Switzerland’s ID Quantique says it can protect data from a growing threat, and China is a top customer.

By Hugo Miller
July 20, 2017, 12:01 AM EDT


Quantum computing offers processing power so vast it may soon make today’s supercomputers look as crude as 1980s PCs. There’s a downside—the technology might also render the most secure encryption systems obsolete, cracking codes in a matter of minutes rather than months or years. Gregoire Ribordy says he has a solution. And it’s selling fast in China.

For the past 15 years, the former University of Geneva physics professor has been developing something called quantum key distribution—a system that uses the technology to encrypt data so securely that Ribordy says it can’t be deciphered even by an advanced quantum computer. “The cybersecurity community must recognize the risks of quantum computing,” says Ribordy, a former researcher with Nikon Corp. in Tokyo. “Our challenge is to help governments and businesses be ready.”

For its first decade or so, his company, ID Quantique SA, bumped along slowly, selling its equipment primarily to academics researching the technology. Then in December, ID Quantique signed a joint-venture agreement with China Quantum Technologies, based in Hangzhou. Sales of its quantum key equipment have surged as Chinese banks, government agencies, and state-owned giants such as China Railway Corp. embrace the technology. Ribordy, who says he’s sold fewer than 100 servers to U.S. customers, predicts the growing activity in China will spur interest elsewhere. “If China’s doing it,” he says, “maybe it’s a good idea to look at why.”

While conventional computers interpret data in “ones” and “zeros,” a quantum machine can store information in multiple states—as one, zero, both, or something in between. That allows a quantum system to multitask in ways today’s binary equipment cannot. A normal computer looking for a name in a phone book cataloged by numbers, for instance, would search one number at a time. A quantum computer could scan all of them simultaneously; where an old machine might sip data through a straw, a quantum system takes in the flow of the Mississippi. And quantum key distribution automatically detects anyone intruding on a transmission, scrambling the key to keep the information safe.

Although the U.S. has long been the leader in quantum key distribution, China has pulled ahead in some areas, says John Costello, a senior analyst at business intelligence company Flashpoint. Chinese researchers in May claimed they’d developed a quantum computer that eclipses those from U.S.-backed ventures; in June another Chinese group said it had successfully used a quantum-enabled satellite to securely transmit data. “The level of investment China is putting into quantum has created a massive market,” says Costello, who’s testified before the U.S. Congress on the topic. He describes ID Quantique as a “significant” player in China.

Ribordy’s partner, known as QTEC, says it has built the world’s first commercial network secured by quantum technology, between Shanghai and Hangzhou. The company says it’s invested about 1 billion yuan ($148 million) in quantum computing, it employs roughly 300 researchers, and it’s applied for almost 30 patents. In addition to the venture with ID Quantique, QTEC has a joint research lab with Beijing’s Tsinghua University, a top school with close ties to the Chinese leadership.

As a Swiss company, ID Quantique doesn’t have to adhere to U.S. export controls designed to keep rival powers from obtaining sensitive technology. Ribordy says it took less than a month to get an export permit from Switzerland. Revenue last year was under 100 million Swiss francs ($104 million), he says. But in China, the company’s fastest-growing market, sales are on track to triple in 2017 and 2018. “Every country has to improve its defense against attacks,” Ribordy says. “China is doing it, and I think other countries should be doing it, too.”

Quantum key distribution has its drawbacks. A pair of ID Quantique’s servers sells for about $100,000, and there’s a limit to how far the machines can be from one another: Quantum computers communicate by firing photons over fiber-optic lines, which become unreliable at distances beyond a few hundred miles. All those factors led the U.K.’s National Cyber Security Centre last November to “urge caution against transitioning too soon” to quantum key cryptography.

Nonetheless, the agency predicts the cost of quantum key distribution will drop rapidly, and many researchers say it’s almost inevitable that quantum computing itself will spur sales of more secure encryption technologies. The imminent arrival of far more powerful computers means companies will have to be ready with similar protective firepower, says Richard Murray, who leads the quantum technologies team at Innovate U.K., a government agency that helps foster new technologies. “The reason there is a market for this now,” he says, “is to prepare for the threat of a quantum hack in the future.” —With Edwin Chan

Source: Bloomberg

Era of Light: Characteristics of a Spiritual Warrior

Characteristics of a Spiritual Warrior

Happiness is every person’s choice, but few make an effort for it.

The Spiritual Warrior is a person who challenges the dreams of fear, lies, false beliefs, and judgments that create suffering and unhappiness in his or her life. It is a war that takes place in the heart and mind of a man or woman. The quest of the Spiritual Warrior is the same as spiritual seekers around the world. The Spiritual Warrior faces this challenge with the clarity and awareness that this war is fought within himself and that Truth and unconditional love are on the other side of these battles. This is what the Toltecs refer to as Personal Freedom. You can find this referenced in the book The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz.

Characteristics and Traits

To win the war against fear requires awareness, courage, discipline, and commitment to transform the emotional body. These are some of the characteristics of a Warrior

Awareness of the Spiritual Warrior

The first and most vital tool of the spiritual warrior is awareness. It is easy to we think we are aware, but pure awareness has no thinking involved. It has no thinking because it has no interpretation. Awareness is to perceive with clarity the truth of what is happening without interpretation or opinion. In a moment of awareness the dialogue in the mind stops. We are “seeing” from a point or view separate from the reasoning part of our mind. This could be described as an epiphany. Practiced seer’s live in this awareness in every moment.

Awareness is essential because it is the state of consciousness that allows us to discern between the facts and the Truth, and between the story and the lies in our mind. The realm of our mind is filled with false perceptions and false beliefs. While the mind can be very clever with stories and lies, it is the consciousness of awareness that is the discerning intelligence. We may use very intelligent reasoning to make a decision that is not good for ourselves. Only to look at it in hindsight and realize that we discounted indicators that told us otherwise. This can be done in something as simple as a stock investment. The mind is clever, but it is also full of assumptions and limited paradigms of perception. Conscious awareness allows us to see clearly instead of be blinded by these false belief paradigms.

Self awareness is the clarity to know who and what you are, and not get caught up in self important images of ourselves. These self important images in our mind distort our sense of who we are. False images can lead us to low self esteem and self confidence, or they can take us into being self centered. If you have an idea of who you are, then consider that you are not that idea in your mind. You are the one creating the idea, and observing it. Self awareness that you are not any of those images in your mind is essential to becoming free of self importance.

Courage of the Spiritual Warrior

The courage that makes for a good soldier also makes for a good Spiritual Warrior, but the intent becomes completely different. A soldier has courage to face a challenge that may bring physical harm. The Spiritual warrior has the courage to question challenge his or her own beliefs. By challenging our own beliefs we can dissolve the lies that cause our suffering. To challenge our own beliefs requires courage because it means the end of our illusion of safety. When other people challenge our own beliefs we are usually quick to defend. We defend them even if they cause us to suffer. As a warrior we learn not to defend what we believe, and then to challenge those very beliefs ourselves. In this way we are able to sort out the truth from illusions.

Discipline of the Spiritual Warrior

A soldier has discipline to follow orders and continues on when faced with challenges. The Spiritual Warrior’s discipline to continue on with their path when faced with challenges from their mind. It is easier to follow orders as a soldier, because we are threatened with consequences and rewarded to motivate us. This is in line with our years of conditioning. A warrior must have the discipline to practice deal with their own mind without someone else providing the motivation with carrots or sticks. A warrior must exercise their own will at the command of their heart, not an outside authority figure. This often means going against the fearful opinions in our mind that tempt us with illusions of punishment and rewards. We must also have the discipline to follow our own heart even when tempted by another person’s opinion. This way of living requires disciplined practice.

The Love of the Spiritual Warrior

A soldier has a commitment to love his/her country. The Spiritual warrior must have the commitment to love him/her self. The warrior then extends that love to humanity. The commitment is required because in our journey we will certainly fumble and fall many times. It is in having a strong commitment that we get back up again. It is common to fall to judgment. It can be easy to love some people, particularly the people that like us or treat us well. However, it requires a tremendous commitment to love in the face of those that reject us. This commitment will cause us to challenge our beliefs about our judgments and not being compassionate. We must be committed to love beyond our own self-serving interests of what it will bring us. This is how we will become happy beyond our current paradigm of beliefs. In time we become committed to love for the sheer enjoyment of expressing love. This becomes our commitment. We nourish ourselves with the love we express. A warrior acts in this committed way, even when challenged.

In my point of view, Jesus Christ was the greatest Warrior. He had the courage, discipline, and openness to Love unconditionally even as he was being rejected and physically persecuted during his days. Even when his body was in physical pain, the only emotions he created and expressed were of love and compassion. He did not use a reason in his mind to hate or judge. This is extraordinary impeccability. If he could love in his challenges, then we can learn to love unconditionally in our challenges.

Source: Era of Light


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