Mysterious Stranger 44

Mysterious Stranger 44

Mark Twain scribbled an unfinished story that came to be published after his death about a "Mysterious Stranger" whose name was "44" in some versions but named "August" in other versions. It just so happens that Twain also hobnobbed with a wide circle of interesting characters in his day, not the least of whom was Nikola Tesla himself. It's all probably just a vast 100-year-old coincidence that Barack Obama would one day become the 44th president of the U.S. and well, look at that, he claims a birthdate of August 4th. It's probably just a coincidence as well that "The Map" to which Team #Q constantly refers also comprises 44 segments, 41 of which have already taken place. Is there anything special you'd like to wish for this August 4th?

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Mueller uses meaningless indictments to continue deep state vilification of both Russia and cryptocurrencies

Mueller uses meaningless indictments to continue deep state vilification of both Russia and cryptocurrencies

Just as the timing of school shootings, false flags, and even geopolitical events occur as smoke screens in the wake of something that potentially could change the status quo (see the 'random MP knifing just days before the Brexit vote), so too does the Deep State use information drops as a means to change the focus of attention from the people prior to the birth of a new paradigm.  And thus it should not be surprising that on July 13 the Mueller led Special Council came out with new indictments against Russian actors in attempt to derail President Trump's summit with Vladimir Putin.

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Major Changes Can Keep Coming, Trump And Xi Can Solve Both Trade and Immigration

Major Changes Can Keep Coming, Trump And Xi Can Solve Both Trade and Immigration

The summit just accomplished in Singapore has already changed the relations of nations in Asia for the better, showed President Donald Trump's unusual leadership capacity, and should be changing the way Europeans and Americans look at what is possible. The very real potential is now emerging for an early summit of Presidents Trump and Putin, absolutely critical to ending 15 years' continuous disasters of war in Southwest Asia and North Africa. And there can be more "game-changers" — no crisis situation is fixed at this moment, if citizens and leaders will move optimistically for peace and mutual economic development.

Above all, this is a time when many should be joining with the Schiller Institute and LaRouche Political Action Committee, who for decades since the Berlin Wall fell, have held the torch for a "new paradigm" of economic and scientific progress and peace. What is happening in Asia through the New Silk Road and the Korea summits, can "break out" in Europe and the United States if there are any forceful leaders for cooperation of major nations' cooperation — as President Trump has shown he is.

Helga Zepp-LaRouche's call for an EU summit next week which actually solves the migrant crisis there — by European nations joining China in the economic development of Africa — is now circulating internationally in many languages; now the same solution has been proposed in China's Global Times newspaper. Her call should go out far and wide, to trigger action, and action now.

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Where Are You, Maggie Nixon?

Where Are You, Maggie Nixon?

#QAnon began posting a furious barrage of messages this past Friday, April 20, 2018 that revolved around the little girl shown in this photo. The picture is ostensibly dated to the summer of 2008 just weeks before Obama had secured the Democratic nomination. Her name is Maggie “Mags” Nixon and Obama’s pet name for her was apparently “Wendy.” Today that girl is a young woman who may be suffering severe depression and who struggles with episodes of self harm. And there are some people at the White House who would love to protect her right now (and may, in fact, be doing that.) Just what exactly is #QAnon insinuating?

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Without Joining In Asia's New Silk Road, Trump Is Facing A Financial Crash

Without Joining In Asia's New Silk Road, Trump Is Facing A Financial Crash

President Donald Trump's administration cannot miss any more opportunities if it is going to carry out the intention for which, above all else, Americans elected him: To get the United States out of endless foreign wars, and rebuild and reindustrialize the nation.

If the big corporate tax cut is all there is to the Trump Administration's economic policy, then the President and the nation are facing an oncoming financial crash, and another so-called "Great Recession" much worse than the last. The huge corporate debt and stock bubble already created with central bank free money for a decade, now surrounded by what analysts are calling the "everything bubble" of other exploding debt categories, cannot stand the smallest coming interest rate increases. Corporate tax cuts will not save it, but only blow it up faster until it explodes. The Wall Street and London megabanks are scrambling out of this debt by securitizing it — packaging and selling it on — knowing it is not payable. U.S. banks' securitization of debt — corporate junk, auto and credit card debt, student debt, etc. — has grown by $1.1 trillion or 25% just during 2017.

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Where We Stand: LaRouchePAC Statement on the Flynn Plea

Where We Stand: LaRouchePAC Statement on the Flynn Plea

This week's news that retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn accepted a plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller over misstatements to FBI agents sent the mainstream media and social media into a frenzy. But presidential transition team diplomacy over which Flynn admitted to misleading FBI agents speaking by phone with then Russian Ambassador Sergey Kisylak was entirely legal. Prior to Trump's election, such authorized (and acknowledged at the time by the State Department!) transition diplomacy would've never been criminalized by agents attempting to trip up presidential aides under questioning -- or Democrats hellbent on pushing the laughable line of Logan Act violations.

Why Flynn chose to mislead FBI investigators, and whether he initially denied elements of what he had to know were NSA/FBI recorded conversations with the Russian Ambassador to protect presidential son in law Jared Kushner or Vice President Mike Pence's public or private statements, remains unknown to the public. What we do know is that the lead FBI investigator reporting directly to since fired director James Comey and his Clintons-compromised deputy Andrew McCabe was rabidly anti-Trump. Peter Strzok sent texts bashing the then candidate in order to impress his mistress Lisa Page, who happened to be the highly partisan Democrat McCabe's secretary. This weekend's disclosure months after Strzok's reassignment led to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) threatening present director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein with contempt of Congress citations, as both had stonewalled written oversight requests for why Strzok had been dropped from Mueller's team. Nunes and many fellow Congressional Republicans are also demanding to know whether Strzok promoted the DNC funded (and 'ex' MI6 agent prepared) Steele Dossier to the Bureau and broader intelligence community out of anti-Trump animus.

As America's Internet newsman Matt Drudge asked, we know the penalty for lying to the FBI, but what is the penalty for when the FBI lies to Congress and to us? As our friend LaRouchePAC's Harley Schlanger says, get ready for more revelations pending regarding the rampant politicization of the FBI and weaponizing of other three letter agencies against Americans under Obama, fabricating 'Russia' allegations to justify surveillance of the Trump team. -- JWS

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Wall Street Quakes as Trump Calls for Wiping Out Debt of Puerto Rico

Wall Street Quakes as Trump Calls for Wiping Out Debt of Puerto Rico

While the U.S. media continues its nonstop Trump-bashing, now accusing the President of ignoring the suffering of Puerto Ricans hit by Hurricane Maria, the President lobbed a bombshell in an interview that left Wall Street shaken, and the mainstream media temporarily speechless.  Following his visit to the island devastated by the storm,Trump told FOX News correspondent Geraldo Rivera that he wants to "wipe out" Puerto Rico's debt, which now stands at approximately $74 billion.

In discussing what the federal government can do to help Puerto Rico, Trump said "we are going to work something out.  We have to look at the whole debt structure."  Puerto Rico has been struggling to manage its debt since 2014, defaulting on a $58 million bond payment in August 2015, after then-Governor Padilla announced in June 2015 that "the debt is not payable."

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