Daily Archives: July 24, 2017

October Stock Market Crash? Mystery Investor Just Bet $262 Million On Such An Event [VIDEO]


Published on Jul 24, 2017

One mystery trader has made an extremely large bet that the stock market is going to crash by October, and if he is right he could potentially make up to 262 million dollars on the deal. Fortunes were made and lost during the great financial crisis of 2008, and the same thing will happen again the next time we see a major stock market crash. But will that stock market crash take place before 2017 is over? Without a doubt, we are in the midst of one of the largest stock market bubbles in U.S. history, and many prominent investors are loudly warning of an imminent stock market collapse. It doesn’t take a genius to see that this stock market bubble is going to end very badly just like all of the other stock market bubbles throughout history have, but if you could know the precise timing that it will end you could set yourself up financially for the rest of your life.

I want to be very clear about the fact that I do not know what will or will not happen by the end of October. But one mystery investor is extremely convinced that market volatility is going to increase over the next few months, and if he is correct he will make an astounding amount of money. According to BI, the following is how the trade was set up…

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This is why Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is the shadiest politician in America aside from Hillary Clinton

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her information technicians may be in hot water over new FBI/Capitol Police criminal probe


In my opinion, it does not get any dirtier than this people! Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her IT people are being investigated in a criminal probe! They have smashed hard drives and Wasserman herself has threatened the police cheif on at least one occasion.

As I reported for Intellihub.com: “Several smashed computer hard drives and other evidence was recently retrieved by the FBI from the home of a former information technology administrator of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), a Pakistani foreign national named Imran Awan, reports say. […] The items were cataloged as part of a Capitol Police criminal probe into whether serious and illegal violations took place on the House of Representatives IT network.”





WIKILEAKS: NEW: 3,810 JFK assassination documents. 441 never seen before. 3,369 now unredacted

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JFK Assassination Records – 2017 Additional Documents Release

The National Archives and Records Administration is releasing documents previously withheld in accordance with the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act.  The vast majority of the Collection (88%) has been open in full and released to the public since the late 1990s.  The records at issue are documents previously identified as assassination records, but withheld in full or withheld in part.  Learn more

This release consists of 3,810 documents, including 441 formerly withheld-in-full documents and 3,369 documents formerly released with portions redacted.  The documents originate from FBI and CIA series identified by the Assassination Records Review Board as assassination records.  More releases will follow.

To view the entire file, you may visit the National Archives at College Park and request access to the original records.

Accessing the Release Files

Each release file is a ZIP file containing copies of the records and a corresponding XLSX spreadsheet with metadata about each file.

To access the files, you will need:

  • decompression software such as WinZip to “unzip” the contents
  • software such as Adobe Acrobat to view the PDF files
  • software such as Windows Media Player to listen to the WAV files
  • software such as Microsoft Excel to view the XLSX spreadsheet

Once a file has been unzipped, use the XLSX spreadsheet to understand the content and context of each file.


July 2017 Release – Formerly Released in Part  (Zip – 2.0GB)

Content List (XLSX – 415KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 35fcee931885593547aa38ed9322604d
  • SHA1: 8f6eccb33ce656210a8f1f10c378458fa1ee3266

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 1 of 9 (Zip – 2.0GB)

Content List (XLSX – 28KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 935e830e77d1c6463ca2b373812a4c91
  • SHA1: f4fa98b8e08915735a250bdef212071154535c31

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 2 of 9 (Zip – 1.9GB)

Content List (XLSX – 13KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 580791bbc2f1ec00824c12680053994d
  • SHA1: db131c91498216aed0f60a4d847aecf3acab25cb

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 3 of 9 (Zip – 814MB)

Content List (XLSX – 32KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 474871633edc58501bea358768391aec
  • SHA1: f626921ad5e488ccfa499a356a7226c75150922b

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 4 of 9 (Zip – 1.6GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 38e1fb6a447d8e2fc335bbf114687413
  • SHA1: 88e381f94877756f8a29de9dccda0491dbf02704

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 5 of 9 (Zip – 2.3GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 7456a239a1755ab187312e16d5c611be
  • SHA1: ad7dea48b5064d43bbfea3a0fad498abafbd6c29

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 6 of 9 (Zip – 2.1GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: e35b648aec1bdf07ac6fd1acb55817b2
  • SHA1: 6d0f1d1de040997b3b1ff917eb93e8f4a62c55d6

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 7 of 9 (Zip – 2.3GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 3b38c06099f26d1b1d5c0f69792b478a
  • SHA1: d10d70fad1c51598497b8704e842284b225bccdc

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 8 of 9 (Zip – 1.9GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: 8fc0c4fd4898f90066045455e44dbb04
  • SHA1: c0c3462e51a7c02ea0f5d95edc3f758e7390d568

July 2017 Release – Formerly Withheld in Full – Part 9 of 9 (Zip – 1.8GB)

Content List (XLSX – 9KB)

Checksum / Hashing functions:

  • MD5: b379ac0e799e308c324c607127900da9
  • SHA1: b1bd1787880db21c18190bfedfcd7b5c4aad2d7a



Report: Obama Holdovers Slow-Roll Release of Clinton Emails, Officials Cite ‘Diminished Public Interest’

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Officials from the State and Justice Departments argue a hiring freeze and lack of public interest are responsible for its inability to process and release the 100,000 Hillary Clinton emails as ordered under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, according to a report.

A U.S. official familiar with the case told Circa “there are still holdovers” within the State and Justice Departments who don’t want to see the emails released, and are slow-rolling the process. But the report also said the president’s own Justice Department attorneys are citing “diminished public interest” in the emails, and that the president should demand the agencies abide.

According to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, the FBI turned over to the State Department a new disk of emails belonging to Clinton aide Huma Abedin that were discovered on a laptop owned by her husband, Anthony Weiner.

State and Justice Department lawyers say they can’t release them until they judge whether they are personal or government, and can be shared publicly. Fitton said there are apparently 7,000 emails on the laptop.

State Department spokeswoman Pooja Jhunjhunwala told Circa that the Department “takes its records management responsibilities seriously and is working diligently to process FOIA requests and to balance the demands of the many requests we have received.”

“We are devoting significant resources to meeting our litigation obligations,” she said.


Fitton argued they are moving too slowly. The State Department was ordered in November to process 500 pages per month, but he said it would take until 2020 for the bulk to be made public.

“President Trump needs to direct his agencies to follow the the law but right now they are making a mockery of it by saying they won’t finish releasing it until 2020,” he said.

Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, released 448 pages of documents the State Department did turn over from Abedin last week. The group said the emails describe preferential treatment “to major donors to the Clinton Foundation and political campaigns.”

“The documents included six Clinton email exchanges not previously turned over to the State Department, bringing the known total to date to at least 439 emails that were not part of the 55,000 pages of emails that Clinton turned over to the State Department, and further contradicting a statement by Clinton that, ‘as far as she knew,’ all of her government emails had been turned over to the State Department,” the group said in a July 14 press release.

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Hungary Prime Minister Says George Soros Seeks To Muslimize Europe [VIDEO]


Published on Jul 23, 2017

The war of words between Hungary’s outspoken prime minister Viktor Orban and liberal billionaire George Soros escalated to previously unseen levels on Saturday, when the Hungarian PM said that European Union leaders and Soros are seeking a “new, mixed, Muslimized Europe,” however during a visit to Romania, Orban said that Hungary’s border fences, supported by other Central European countries, will block the EU-Soros effort to increase Muslim migration into Europe. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-07…