WEEKLY REPORT: Global Bank Defaults /// Epstein Mossad Spy /// Articles of Impeachment


Published Date: December 9th, 2019

WEEKLY REPORT

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GLOBAL BANKING DEFAULTS, EPSTEIN & GHISLAINE MOSSAD SPIES, ARTICLES OF IMPEACHMENT

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Global Banking Defaults

Weekly Geo-Political News and Analysis: The economic attack against China, where CIA sources in Asia promise, “China’s economy and financial system will most likely implode within two months.  ‘The Party’ will try to keep it contained as long as possible.

The sources explain,

“The government cannot sustain the $40+ trillion debt that they created.  Some in the know are saying the debt is closer to $50 trillion… all computer-generated unlimited credit.  A lot of it was used to build massive infrastructure projects, which include numerous empty cities, complete with empty shopping malls.  Five banks have failed in three months and the government had to step in and take them over.  An estimated 500 banks in China are in serious trouble and expected to collapse, according to Chinese banking regulators.  This is around 15% of China’s financial institutions.”

This may be linked to the following article about the $66.6 billion Tewoo Group about to default on a U.S. $500 billion bonds.  It is also possible that the Chinese chose this company and this number to threaten to sabotage the Western financial system by reneging on all Chinese dollar borrowing.
https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/china-braces-unprecedented-massive-default-state-owned-enterprise

Also, according to the CIA sources:

“The Hong Kong situation was planned in detail long ago.  It is financed from the top.  Putin, Xi, and Trump knew about it beforehand, meaning they did not stop it.  This incident was created as a smokescreen to keep ‘the people’ occupied.  There is much more behind this and it will be exposed as well.

“During this same time frame, one very large bank in NY will close its doors.  The least of the bank’s problems will be the 22k+ employees in just the NY area that will not have a job.  The larger problem is that it will bring on the domino effect, as this bank is closely connected to Deutsche Bank, which will put the EU is a serious crisis as DB will close its doors as well.”

The 220,000 employee number indicates that most likely they are referring to JPMorgan.  The troubles at JPMorgan may be related to the news that the Saudi Aramco IPO “was oversubscribed with $44B from captive Saudis but failed to mask its epic fail from foreign boycotts, as even Kuwait and the UAE are reluctant to invest.”

The fall of JPMorgan Chase and its petrodollar would, of course, mean the fall of the Rockefeller and Bush dynasties.  That may be one reason why our usual Pentagon source indicates a serious fight is going on to alienate the Western military from the British royal family.

Furthermore, the attack on the British royal family may be related to the deals they are cutting with Russia, China, Iran, and others to escape U.S. control of the international financial system.  The latest developments on this front are that the UK is integrating Russian payment systems into its banking network and that six more European countries agreed to evade U.S. sanctions on Iran.
https://www.pymnts.com/news/international/2019/russia-to-bring-national-payment-system-to-uk/

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/dec/01/six-more-countries-join-trump-busting-iran-barter-group

Why China’s Debt Defaults Look Set to Pick Up Again

Chinese companies are facing a reality check after years of ramping up debt. A de-leveraging campaign that President Xi Jinping began in 2016 to curb risks in the nation’s financial markets has led to a crackdown on unregulated lending — so-called shadow banking — and tighter rules on asset management. That made it harder for some to raise funds to repay existing debt, leading to a record number of bond defaults in 2018. There was a respite in the first half of 2019 as the government moved to try to alleviate the liquidity crunch, but China’s default risks are still seen as rising, due in part to slowing economic growth.

How big is the problem?

It’s big, with the potential to worsen. The total of Chinese onshore company bond defaults this year reached 120 in mid-October — matching the record set for all of 2018. By late November the missed payments totaled more than 117 billion yuan ($16.7 billion), approaching last year’s all-time high of 122 billion yuan, which itself was more than quadruple the 2017 amount. Private sector firms accounted for more than 80% of total defaults this year, according to Bloomberg-compiled data. Moody’s Investors Service said it expects 40 to 50 new, first-time defaulters in 2020, compared with 35 so far this year.

Why is that?

It’s a liquidity crunch, mainly. Investors and banks historically have favored state-backed borrowers and are reluctant to extend credit to smaller, private companies. On top of that, the government’s surprise seizure of Baoshang Bank Co. in late May — the first such takeover in two decades — cut many investors’ tolerance for risk. The one-year spread for top- and lower-rated corporate notes had widened to a record high level of 257 basis points in July before tightening, illustrating the risk aversion immediately after the bank seizure. At the same time, growth in the broader economy has been losing steam, and weaker companies are expected to experience funding squeezes and higher repayment pressure.

Where are defaults hitting hardest?

When defaults last peaked in 2016, most of the failures were in industries with excess capacities such as coal and steel. This time, delinquencies are coming from a wider range. CEFC Shanghai International Group Ltd., an oil company, and coal miner Wintime Energy Co. were the biggest defaulters in 2018, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. In 2019 China Minsheng Investment Group Corp., a conglomerate with assets including property, aviation, and health care, came under pressure from its $34 billion debt pile. Known as CMIG, it embarked on a mission to free up cash by slashing executive salaries and offloading assets. Tewoo Group, a major Chinese commodity trader based in Tianjin, offered an unprecedented debt restructuring plan that entails deep losses for investors or a swap for new bonds with significantly lower returns. The Nov. 27 bond default by Chinese corn oil and steel processor Xiwang Group in coastal Shandong province sparked contagion fears in the region, where companies are known for guaranteeing each other’s debt.

Jeffrey Epstein book claims he and Ghislaine Maxwell were ‘Mossad spies’

Who ‘filmed US politicians and power players having sex with underage girls to blackmail them’

  • Dylan Howard’s book Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales proposes the theory that Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were Israeli spies
  • It says Ghislaine’s late father Robert introduced Jeffrey to Mossad handlers before he died in 1991
  • Robert – who was also a Mossad spy, according to the book’s sources – told them to ‘accept’ Jeffrey 
  • They believe he and Ghislaine then lured prominent politicians and celebrities into sleeping with underage girls they provided, filmed it and blackmailed them  
  • There is no proof that Epstein has tapes of anyone sleeping with underage girls
  • However several of his victims say his homes were wired with cameras and that he kept the footage in a safe
  • Both the FBI and New York authorities which raided his home are refusing to confirm whether or not such tapes exist

A new book about Jeffrey Epstein‘s crimes makes the far-fetched claim that he and Ghislaine Maxwell were in fact spies working for Israel’s Mossad and that they lured prominent Western politicians and businessmen into sleeping with underage girls in order to blackmail them.

The claim is made in Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales, a new book by American Media Inc’s Dylan Howard, Melissa Cronin and several other reporters who claim to have worked for eight years to unravel ‘an international conspiracy the likes of which we have never seen before.’

The theory relies on the belief that Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine’s father who died in mysterious circumstances in 1991 after falling from his yacht, was also a Mossad spy – something that has been claimed for years but never proven.

The book theorizes that it was Robert Maxwell who introduced Jeffrey to the spy world after he started dating Ghislaine.

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were working on behalf of the Israeli government to film prominent US politicians and celebrities having sex with underage girls to blackmail them later with the footage, a new far-fetched book has claimed

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were working on behalf of the Israeli government to film prominent US politicians and celebrities having sex with underage girls to blackmail them later with the footage, a new far-fetched book has claimed

People who know Epstein and Maxwell have claimed in court documents that they met after her father’s death.

The book makes no mention of that and instead claims Jeffrey and Ghislaine started dating in the 1980s.

A friend of the Maxwells, Laura Goldman, said she believed not only that Robert Maxwell was a Mossad spy but that Ghislaine carried on his work.

Ari Ben-Menashe, a former Israeli spy who says he was Robert Maxwell’s ‘handler’, said he ‘introduced’ Epstein to the intelligence agency and ‘wanted’ them to ‘accept him as part of the group’.

Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine's father, died in suspicious circumstances on his yacht in 1991. It has long been claimed that he was a Mossad spy

Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine’s father, died in suspicious circumstances on his yacht in 1991. It has long been claimed that he was a Mossad spy

‘Epstein was hanging around with Robert Maxwell and the daughter was hanging around there too, and that’s how they met. Just two young souls, they met,’ he said.

In a separate interview, Ben-Menashe claimed: ‘Maxwell sort of started liking him and my theory is that Maxwell felt that this guy is going for his daughter. He felt that he could bless him with some work and help him out in like a paternal way.

‘They were agents of the Israeli Intelligence Services. Later on, Ghislaine got involved with Israeli intelligence together with him,’ he said.

Intelligence ‘experts’ said that Ghislaine and Jeffrey then used a ‘honeytrap’ to film prominent political figures having sex with underage girls so that they could later blackmail them.

The Democrats Are Going To Impeach Trump

Here’s How They Might Do It

Impeachable offenses were listed on a monitor as the House Judiciary Committee listened to testimony by constitutional scholars earlier this week.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said she and Democrats are moving forward with impeachment against President Trump.

“The president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the election for his own benefit,” she said Thursday.

We are expected to find out what exactly the articles of impeachment will be against the president next week with a vote potentially before Christmas. But what exactly will the articles of impeachment be? Democrats have given some clues this week.

Let’s take a look at the bread crumbs they left and the arguments for and against each article:

1. Abuse of power and bribery

Argument for: For Pelosi, what it boils down to is this: “The president abused his power for his own personal political benefit at the expense of our national security, by withholding military aid and crucial Oval Office meeting in exchange for an announcement of an investigation into his political rival,” she said in announcing her recommendation that the House go forward with impeachment.

Bribery is a word that Pelosi is now using more frequently instead of “quid pro quo” — and for good reason: It’s in the Constitution when dealing with impeachment.

But what bribery means is vague. It is a crime, and there is a statute, but that didn’t come along until decades after the Constitution was written. Professors at a House Judiciary Committee hearing this week argued that bribery, as we know it in current law, is not what the framers had in mind when referring to impeachment.

“If you conclude that he [Trump] asked for the investigation of Vice President Biden and his son for political reasons, that is to aid his re-election, then, yes, you have bribery here,” argued Stanford Law professor Pamela Karlan during a hearing this week.

Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman said the framers of the Constitution believed bribery meant “when the president, using the power of his office solicits or receives something of personal value from someone affected by his official powers.”

Karlan cited a 1792 definition of bribery from Samuel Johnson’s dictionary. She said he defined it as a crime of giving or taking rewards for bad practices.

“So if you think it’s a bad practice to deny military appropriations to an ally that have been given to them,” Karlan said, “if you think it’s bad practice not to hold a meeting to buck up the legitimacy of a government that’s on the front line, and you do that in return for the reward of getting help with your reelection, that’s Samuel Johnson’s definition of bribery.”

The argument against George Washington University’s Jonathan Turley, no stranger to impeachment testimony, was the Republicans’ witness and argued that a “bad practices” standard would set a bad precedent. He said there were “proven” and “accepted” crimes committed by both Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton. (Nixon resigned before he could be impeached and Clinton was impeached but acquitted.)

What’s more, he took a narrower view of what should constitute bribery. Using an analogy about Louis XIV and a French mistress, he argued bribery was about an exchange of money.

“That wasn’t some broad notion of bribery,” Turley said. “It was actually quite narrow.”

If the crime of bribery then hasn’t been committed and there is no other obvious crime, like say burglary or perjury, then, Turley, argues someone could be impeached, but the evidence has to be clear.

“You have to stick the landing on the quid pro quo,” Turley said. “It might be out there. I don’t see proof of a quid pro quo.”

(That’s despite European Union Ambassador Gordon Sondland’s testifying under oath that there was a “quid pro quo” at least when it came to the holding up of a White House meeting between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in exchange for a public announcement of investigations.)

Sidebar: There is also a notable argument around solicitation. In other words, is it bribery if Ukraine, in the end, got the money? Republicans argue that makes this whole conversation moot. Democrats and three of the constitutional scholars disagree.

“Soliciting is enough,” Karlan said, before giving the example of a traffic cop saying he would let a speeder off the hook for $20 but decided to let him go when the driver didn’t have the money.

“The attempt itself is the impeachable act,” argued Feldman.

2. Obstruction of Congress

The argument for: Democrats in Congress have issued multiple subpoenas to Trump administration officials. The administration has directed all the potential witnesses not to testify.

Some have defied that direction. Other key witnesses, however, have not testified, namely acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney; former Energy Secretary Rick Perry, who was dubbed one of the “three amigos” pushing for Ukraine to open investigations into the 2016 election and into Joe and Hunter Biden; Secretary of State Mike Pompeo; former national security adviser John Bolton; Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal attorney, who multiple witnesses said was running this channel that was going around State Department officials and National Security Council staff; and White House lawyers.

The administration has also withheld reams of documents that Democrats say have thwarted their investigatory capabilities.

“Each of the branches has to be able to do its job,” Feldman said.

University of North Carolina law professor Michael Gerhardt noted, “These subpoenas have the force of law.” He said what Trump has done is worse than what Nixon did, because Nixon produced far more documents and far more witnesses were allowed to testify except “in a small but significant set of materials.”

The argument against Turley said the withholding of witnesses and documents is not obstruction because Trump has challenged those subpoenas in court for executive privilege reasons. Therefore, Turley argues, Congress should wait until the courts weigh in before accusing the president of an obstruction.

“President Trump has gone to the courts,” Turley said. “He’s allowed to do that. We have three branches, not two.”

He added, “In Nixon, it did go to the courts, and Nixon lost. And that was the reason Nixon resigned. He resigned a few days after the Supreme Court ruled against him in that critical case.”

He continued: “I can’t emphasize this enough and I’ll say it just one more time: If you impeach a president if you make a high crime and misdemeanor out of going to the courts, it is an abuse of power. It’s your abuse of power.”

3. Obstruction of justice

The argument for: Interestingly, this potential charge seemed to hinge on special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Norm Eisen, a former Obama White House ethics lawyer, who handled much of the questioning for Democrats during the session with the law professors, focused particularly on five instances noted in the Mueller probe:

  1. The president ordering former White House lawyer Don McGahn to fire Mueller (even though McGahn declined to do it);
  2. Ordering McGahn to create a false written record denying that the president had ordered Mueller to be removed;
  3. The meeting between the president and former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to take steps to have the investigation curtailed;
  4. Witness tampering; and
  5. Dangling pardons for former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, now serving prison time for financial crimes, and Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal lawyer, and fixer.

“Taken either individually or collectively, these instances are strong evidence of criminal obstruction of justice,” Gerhardt said.

Interestingly, the potential witness intimidation toward former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was not mentioned. That had been floated by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff when Trump tweeted about her while she was testifying before his committee.

The argument against Not all Democrats are sold on bringing the Russia investigation into this mix, given they didn’t pursue impeachment immediately after that report was presented. That is a fissure to keep an eye on as the articles of impeachment are drafted.

Of course, the members of Congress don’t have to vote for all of the articles of impeachment.

In 1974, when the Judiciary Committee voted on the impeachment articles for Nixon, two Democrats, Walter Flowers of Alabama and James Mann of South Carolina, voted against Article III, which happened to be obstruction of Congress.

As for Republicans, there was just one who voted for all three articles of impeachment, Rep. Lawrence J. Hogan, father of none other than Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Maryland — and no fan of President Trump.

This Week’s News At a Glance

Jeffrey Epstein was a Mossad asset who was used by Israeli intelligence to blackmail American politicians, according to Ari Ben-Menashe, a former Israeli spy.

Miami police and other officers appear to have used surrounding bystanders as “human shields” when they responded to the hijacked UPS truck following an armed heist of a jewelry store Thursday.

Ukraine was the origin of the Trump-Russia collusion hoax.

Australia: Having established as legitimate the use of cameras to robotically ticket people for “speeding” and “running” nicely timed red lights, now, automatically ticketing people for using the cell phone while driving is also included.

California’s bankrupt power producer PG&E Corp said on Friday it had reached a $13.5 billion settlement with victims of some of the most devastating wildfires in the state’s modern history.

Hong Kong’s new police commissioner said on Saturday his force would take a flexible approach to pro-democracy demonstrations as the city gears up for a rally on Sunday that is expected to draw a huge crowd.

Deaths under Stalin​’s dictatorship should shed a spotlight on ​the millions who died under British rule​, including those in engineered famines across the Indian subcontinent.

American Airlines forced a Florida woman to change out of a shirt proclaiming “Hail Satan,” threatening to remove her from the flight over its “offensive” message.

Russia’s Soyuz 2.1a carrier rocket has successfully lifted off from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, delivering life-supporting cargo for the International Space Stations (ISS) crew.

US President Donald Trump said he received a condolence call from King Salman of Saudi Arabia over the shooting at Pensacola Naval Air Station, committed by a Saudi official who was in Florida for training.

Pelosi says Trump to be impeached, Trump says ‘do it fast, but I’ll win’.

Increase of Google searches for QAnon last week: 37%.

Divide Et Impera: Conservative ‘Anti-Greta Thunberg’ teenager is born!

Researchers have developed a more accurate method of measuring bisphenol A (BPA) levels in humans and found that exposure to the endocrine-disrupting chemical is far higher than previously assumed, by as much as 44 times.

Two ex @twitter employees have been charged for being alleged spies for a foreign government. They are accused of taking tens of thousands of dollars from Saudi Arabia as payment for the private information of users. One of the accused men has fled abroad.

Netanyahu’s top aides indicted on corruption charges in submarine affair probe. The corruption scheme, known as Case 3000, that involved bribes to Israeli officials for soliciting multi-million-dollar state contracts on nuclear submarines with German company ThyssenKrupp.

Indian official figures showed the economy grew just 4.5 percent in the second quarter, the slowest rate in six years, and the hunt for work becomes more desperate every day as India’s economic slowdown bites deeper.

Boeing sent a letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission indicating how “significant additional regulatory requirements or delays” on the troubled 737 Max could cause it to slash or “temporarily halt production.”

A nationwide strike brought much of France to a standstill on Thursday (Dec 5) to protest the government’s planned overhaul of the pension system, one of President Emmanuel Macron’s most ambitious reforms.

A Russian national who runs Evil Corp – the world’s most harmful cybercrime group that created and deployed malware causing financial losses totaling hundreds of millions of pounds in the UK alone – has been indicted in the United States following unprecedented collaboration between the NCA, the FBI, and the National Cyber Security Centre. Yakubets, who drives a customized Lamborghini supercar with a personalized number plate that translates to ‘Thief’ and spent over a quarter of a million pounds on his wedding, is now subject to a $5 million US State Department reward – the largest ever reward offered for a cyber-criminal.

October marked the highest month on record with 172 chief executives leaving their posts, according to business and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas.

Algeria to hold presidential election on December 12.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has urged all countries to suspend the introduction of digital service taxes as nations work towards a multilateral deal on international taxation.

The National UFO Reporting Center gets witness accounts of unidentified flying objects every year from people in Colorado and elsewhere. In 2019, so far, 1800 sightings have been in Colorado, 143 in North Carolina, here some:

✨ A multi-colored pulsing light lasting 30 min.

✨ 3 “whitish-yellow” spheres.

✨ A low flying globe of light crossing the sky, no sound.

✨ An object like “a big star” that would ‘explode into a ball of gas’.

✨ Orange pulsating orbs moving in a straight line across the sky.

✨ A circular silver object hovering in the sky.

✨ Like a ‘scrambler’ ride from the fair spinning in a circle like a top.

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