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Watch the video to see the large M8.4 earthquake reported from the Russian agency:
October 30, 2017
We have a mystery on our hands (yet again).
As if we are in an episode of the twilight zone, or stuck on a skipping hard drive within the matrix, yet once again we have a VERY large earthquake reported (M8.4 in the rainforests of Peru) after we issued a warning for a M7.7 to M8.7 earthquake to strike the Pacific this week.
Some people have messaged me, and are trying to say it is a “mistake”.
I suppose they mean it’s a MISQUAKE.
“Global ‘Warming’ has arrived,” says reader Martin Siebert. “Minus 8,8°C in SC-highlands.”
19 July 2017 – The intense cold that entered Brazil on Monday, July 17, caused extremely low temperatures in the South Region. For the second consecutive day was extreme cold.
All states recorded temperatures below freezing. The lowest temperature in Brazil on July 19 was negative 8.8 ° C in Bom Jardim da Serra followed with 7.5 ° C below zero In Urupema.
The temperature was also below zero in Greater Curitiba.
Spectacular blast of cold air heading north through South America. 48 hour DN's absurdly cold pic.twitter.com/Ihj2niQ7qW
— Joe Bastardi (@BigJoeBastardi) July 17, 2017
Cold Crisis in South America
18 July 2017 – On his Twitter feed, veteran meteorologist Joe Bastardi called the cold in South America “spectacular.”
“Absurdly cold,” said Bastardi.
I posted about the “Cold Crisis in South America” a couple of days ago. It’s the worst situation in many decades, with huge losses expected in agriculture. At the time, electricity was still out in many towns.
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On the heels of the nuclear deal and Tehran’s ground operation in Syria, Iran is stepping up efforts to prove that contrary to Western rhetoric, it is not in fact “isolated.” According to the country’s economy minister, Iran is now set to join the BRICS bank and step up its cooperation with Brazil. This is symptomatic of Washington’s waning ability to exert American influence on global affairs both political and economic.
– The South American Financial Crisis Of 2015 (Economic Collapse, July 29, 2015):
Most nations in South America are either already experiencing an economic recession or are right on the verge of one. In general, South American economies are very heavily dependent on exports, and right now they are being absolutely shredded by the twin blades of a commodity price collapse and a skyrocketing U.S. dollar. During the boom times in South America, governments and businesses loaded up on tremendous amounts of debt. Since much of that debt was denominated in U.S. dollars, South American borrowers are now finding that it takes much more of their own local currencies to service and pay back those debts. At the same time, there is much less demand for commodities being produced by South American nations in the international marketplace. As a result, South America is heading into a full-blown financial crisis which will cause years of pain for the entire continent.
H/t Reader squodgy:
“As I recall the UN is funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, as is the CFR.
David Rockefeller presides with others at the annual gathering of elite at the Bilderburg coven.
David Rockefeller’s Texaco/Chevron destroyed the jungles of Ecuador…”
Donny Rico & Chevron make it a crime to defend the environment.
Jan 20, 2014 Amazon Watch teams up with Pulitzer Prize winner Mark Fiore once again!
Here is another zionist about to rape another pristine part of the home of the Mountain Gorilla.”
– Israeli billionaire finds 3 bln barrels of oil in Congo (Reuters, Aug 7, 2014):
* Find on similar scale to UK, South Sudan oil reserves
* Oil of DRCongo says oil can boost GDP by 25 pct
* Campaigners say Gertler has made huge profits in Congo (Adds industry comment, further explanation in paragraph 3)
KINSHASA – An oil company owned by Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler said on Thursday it had discovered around 3 billion barrels of oil in the Democratic Republic of Congo, an amount similar to the proven reserves of oil producers Britain and South Sudan.
– 200,000 Take To Brazil’s Streets In Largest Protest In Two Decades (ZeroHedge, June 18, 2013):
It started off a simple protest in Sao Paulo as a demonstration by students against an increase in bus fares from R$3 to R$3.20, and then quickly morphed into general demonstration of discontent with the nation’s political classes on both sides of the spectrum involving over 200,000 across the country, with those marching on Monday holding placards decrying everything from the enormous sums spent on the World Cup to the treatment by police of protesters last week. It got to the point where protesters invaded and occupied, peacefully, the roof of the national Congress complex in Brasilia. Then things turned less peaceful when a breakaway group from the main rally in Rio de Janeiro attacked the state legislative assembly building and attempted to set it on fire.
As many as 200,000 demonstrators marched through the streets of Brazil’s biggest cities on Monday in a swelling wave of protest tapping into widespread anger at poor public services, police violence and government corruption.
The marches, organized mostly through snowballing social media campaigns, blocked streets and halted traffic in more than a half-dozen cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and Brasilia, where demonstrators climbed onto the roof of Brazil’s Congress building and then stormed it.
Monday’s demonstrations were the latest in a flurry of protests in the past two weeks that have added to growing unease over Brazil’s sluggish economy, high inflation and a spurt in violent crime.