By Anna Von Reitz
1. Diagram of the Fraud
http://annavonreitz.com/documents/Diagram of Fraud.docx
Calm returned to the streets of the Brazilian border town of Pacaraima Monday after President Michel Temer ordered the military and security forces to the area.
On Saturday, Pacaraima residents clashed with Venezuelans who had streamed across the border, particularly through the border town of Santa Elena de Uairen.
The Venezuela authorities since 2016 opened the border crossings with neighboring countries such as Brazil and Colombia, to allow desperate Venezuelans to cross over and purchase their dietary and medicinal needs. But one of the challenges was the devaluation of the Venezuelan bolivar currency – now heading toward nearly 1,000,000 per cent devaluation.
Many Venezuelans have taken to staying in neighboring Latin American countries.
According to immigration officials in Pacaraima, at least 1,200 Venezuelans had slept on the streets and makeshift dwellings in the border town.
But they have now all been forced to return to the Venezuelan side of the border as the security situation returns to stable in Pacaraima.
Venezuela is now in one of the worst economic crises in the history of Latin America.
In just the past year, food protests have increased exponentially as prices skyrocketed. The crime rate has soared with violent robberies taking place including hundreds of looting incidents.
Venezuelans now face multiple daily power outages while businesses shut down and factory output drops significantly.
Even for those who can afford to buy food, staple scarcity has become a major challenge for the government.
Venezuela has been unable to sufficiently import its most basic needs as the drastic drop in oil prices since 2014 has created an enormous financial shortfall. Oil revenues have fallen from nearly $90 billion to about $20 billion as foreign debt has mushroomed to $140 billion or so.
Venezuela, like some emerging economies, has based nearly its entire GDP growth on oil exports. The recent surge in oil prices will provide some reprieve but Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday raised minimum wages by 3,000 per cent as he officially devalued the currency by 90 per cent.
The BRICS Post with inputs from Agencies
Post 1927 was almost the same as this, but did not have description of “Movie 1”. 1928 does. Some of this I do not necessarily understand (so what else is new?), but I’ll highlight what “hits”. Q mentions “The Trilogy” of movies. This post “discusses” “Movie 1”. The breakdown (breaking apart) of the (USA Corp) cabal appears to be at hand.
 “MOVIE 1 [Full]: The ‘START’ PLOT: How the intelligence apparatus, State Dept, and Dept of “JUSTICE” of the United States, in joint effort w/ our (x) primary foreign allies + other covert assets, as directed by HUSSEIN [WH] in coordination w/ HRC, colluded and conspired to RIG THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 2016 in an effort to install HRC, frame POTUS (PROJECTION!)…[etc.]… AND USE SOURCES/COVERT ASSETS OF THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA TO CARRY OUT X-FRAME BARRAGE OF STRATEGIC COORDINATED [GUIDED] ATTACKS DESIGNED TO DIVIDE, COVER/SHELTER, JUSTIFY IMPEACHMENT/REMOVAL IN EFFORT TO REGAIN CONTROL AND PREVENT PUBLIC AWARENESS OF ILLEGAL, CRIMINAL, TREASONOUS ACTS
“[MOVIE 1] Coming SOON to a theater near you. MOVIE 2 – Coming this FALL. MOVIE 3 – TBA”
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.170
>>BO>>CS>>BO>>NO>>CS>>NO>>BO>>[ ][ ][ ][ ][ ][ ]
Who instructed the DOJ to release ‘select’ text messages?
When did [RR] learn of involvement [BO][NO]?
What happens if [RR] knew PRIOR TO signing CP FISA?
Why did [RR] under congressional testimony refuse to answer the question re: reading of FISA prior to execution?
Who signed pg 380?
Who signed pg 389?
Who signed pg 390?
Who signed pg 391?
Who signed pg 392?
Who is [1 of 4] FIREWALLS?
MOVIE 1 [Full]: The ‘START’
PLOT: How the intelligence apparatus, State Dept, and Dept of “JUSTICE” of the United States, in joint effort w/ our (x) primary foreign allies + other covert assets, as directed by HUSSEIN [WH] in coordination w/ HRC, colluded and conspired to RIG THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 2016 in an effort to install HRC, frame POTUS (PROJECTION!), create emergency contingencies re: installation of SAFEGUARDS and FIREWALLS to PREVENT EXPOSURE OR CONTINUATION OF PRESIDENCY SHOULD COUNTER FAIL TO ENSURE OPERATORS, ACTORS, AGENTS OF POWER, PAST & PRESENT, REMAIN IN CONTROL, AND USE SOURCES/COVERT ASSETS OF THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA TO CARRY OUT X-FRAME BARRAGE OF STRATEGIC COORDINATED [GUIDED] ATTACKS DESIGNED TO DIVIDE, COVER/SHELTER, JUSTIFY IMPEACHMENT/REMOVAL IN EFFORT TO REGAIN CONTROL AND PREVENT PUBLIC AWARENESS OF ILLEGAL, CRIMINAL, TREASONOUS ACTS [MOVIES 1-3 FULL LIST].
Coming SOON to a theater near you.
MOVIE 2 – Coming this FALL.
MOVIE 3 – TBA
Enjoy the show.
I wasn’t sure if I would bring attention to these, but now I sense they “want” to come out. Q lays out several definitions, then points out how what the “Antifa” group, “Fake News” and “social media” giants have been (are) doing fits these definitions, almost exactly.
It does appear that a major setup for these organizations has been taking place, and the “hints” are being given that they are going to be “taken down”… however that might occur.
 “Define ‘Fascism’. Forcible suppression of opposition?… ‘Censorship’. The institution, system, or practice of censoring?… ‘Narrative’. A way of presenting or understanding a situation or series of events that reflects and promotes a particular point of view or set of values?
“…‘Projection’. The attribution of one’s own ideas, feelings, or attitudes to other people or to objects; especially : the externalization of blame, guilt, or responsibility as a defense against anxiety?… ‘Psychological Projection’. A theory in psychology in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities… by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others?
“…‘Narcissist’. A person who has an excessive interest in or admiration of themselves: narcissists who think the world revolves around them | narcissists preening themselves in front of the mirror?… ‘Dogma’. A point of view or tenet put forth as authoritative without adequate grounds?… ‘Aggression’. Forceful and sometimes overly assertive pursuit of one’s aims and interests?… ‘Suppression’. The action of suppressing something such as an activity or publication?
“Actions of [ANTIFA]: -Aggression (Projection) -Suppression (Fascism) -Censorship (Narrative-Dogma) Actions of [FAKE NEWS]: -Aggression (Projection) -Suppression (Fascism) -Censorship (Narrative-Dogma) Actions of [TWITTER, FB, GOOG, YT, REDDIT, etc..]: -Aggression (Projection) -Suppression (Fascism) -Censorship (Narrative-Dogma)
 “Define ‘Subversion’. The act of subverting : the state of being subverted; especially : a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within?
“+ FBI DOJ C_A State WH House Senate personnel removal;… Chair/CEO/VP removal;… + 45,000 sealed indictments
“Nothing to See Here.”
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.167
Forcible suppression of opposition?
The institution, system, or practice of censoring?
A way of presenting or understanding a situation or series of events that reflects and promotes a particular point of view or set of values?
The attribution of one’s own ideas, feelings, or attitudes to other people or to objects; especially : the externalization of blame, guilt, or responsibility as a defense against anxiety?
The forming of a plan : scheming?
Define ‘Psychological Projection’.
A theory in psychology in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others?
A person who has an excessive interest in or admiration of themselves: narcissists who think the world revolves around them | narcissists preening themselves in front of the mirror?
A point of view or tenet put forth as authoritative without adequate grounds?
Forceful and sometimes overly assertive pursuit of one’s aims and interests?
The action of suppressing something such as an activity or publication?
‘Narcissists’ are renowned for using ‘psychological projection’ to blame other people, even when it is entirely apparent that they are the ones in the wrong.
The quality or fact of representing a person, thing, or situation accurately or in a way that is true to life?
Actions of [ANTIFA]:
Actions of [FAKE NEWS]:
Actions of [TWITTER, FB, GOOG, YT, REDDIT, etc..]:
SHEEP NO MORE.
The More You Know….
Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.168
The act of subverting : the state of being subverted; especially : a systematic attempt to overthrow or undermine a government or political system by persons working secretly from within?
“The United States seeks to impose tangible and significant consequences on those who commit serious human rights abuse or engage in corruption, as well as to protect the financial system of the United States from abuse by these same persons.”
“I therefore determine that serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.”
January 1, 2019
“Sec. 12. In accordance with Article 33 of the UCMJ, as amended by section 5204 of the MJA, the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, will issue nonbinding guidance regarding factors that commanders, convening authorities, staff judge advocates, and judge advocates should take into account when exercising their duties with respect to the disposition of charges and specifications in the interest of justice and discipline under Articles 30 and 34 of the UCMJ. That guidance will take into account, with appropriate consideration of military requirements, the principles contained in official guidance of the Attorney General to attorneys for the Federal Government with respect to the disposition of Federal criminal cases in accordance with the principle of fair and evenhanded administration of Federal criminal law.”
+ FBI personnel removal
+ DOJ personnel removal
+ C_A personnel removal
+ State personnel removal
+ WH personnel removal
+ House personnel removal
+ Senate personnel removal
+ Chair/CEO/VP removal
+ MIL budget (largest in our history).
+ MIL presence around POTUS
+ 45,000 sealed indictments
Nothing to See Here.
I’m posting these two links as I feel what Steve is doing is very significant. I’m not posting the article text or highlights, but recommend those interested to follow the links. Thanks to Steve for doing this.
The historical narrative of the Spanish conquest of Mexico states that, armed with modern weapons and Old World diseases, several hundred Spanish soldiers toppled the Aztec empire in 1521.
By the end of the century, the invaders had wiped out 90 percent of the natives, according to Jewish authors like Jerod Diamond of “Guns, Germs and Steel.” Diamond argues that Eurasian civilization is not so much a product of ingenuity but of opportunity and necessity. That is, civilization is not created out of superior intelligence but rather is the result of a chain of developments, each made possible by certain preconditions, including advantages in germ resistance.
It’s a key piece of the “Black Legend,” the tales of atrocities committed by the Spanish Inquisition and colonizers of The New World. But it may be just that — legend, according to Rodolfo Acuña-Soto, a Harvard-trained epidemiologist.
Acuña-Soto, who spent 12 years dissecting colonial archives, census data, graveyard records and autopsy reports. He’s convinced that many historians are wrong about what killed the Aztecs.
“The problem with history is that it’s very ideological,” Acuña-Soto said. “In this case, it was a beautiful way of accusing the Spaniards of unimaginable cruelties and of decimating the population of Mexico.”
More recent work by scientists swept aside smallpox, measles, mumps and influenza (brought in by Europeans) as likely suspects. They instead point to a typhoid-like “enteric fever” for which there is DNA evidence on the teeth of long-dead victims, reports News.com.au.
A physician named Francisco Hernandez, who witnessed the outbreak in 1576, the symptoms suffered included high fever, severe headache, vertigo, black tongue, dark urine, dysentery, severe abdominal and chest pain, head and neck nodules, neurological disorders, jaundice and profuse bleeding from the nose, eyes and mouth. Death frequently occurred within three to four days. This epidemic mainly afflicted young people and seldom elder ones.
A study by Ashild Vagene of the University of Tuebingen in Germany states, “The 1545-50 cocoliztli was one of many epidemics to affect Mexico after the arrival of Europeans but was specifically the second of three epidemics that were most devastating and led to the largest number of human losses estimated at 12-15 million. The first cocoliztli of 1520-1521 devastated 8 million.”
Study co-author Alexander Herbig, also from Tuebingen University, stated, “We tested for all bacterial pathogens and DNA viruses for which genomic data is available,” and salmonella enterica was the only germ detected.
The epidemic in 1576 occurred after a drought stretching from Venezuela to Canada, according to a study published in the science journal “Nature Ecology & Evolution.” The cocolitzli epidemics appeared to be preceded by several years of drought. Acuña-Soto also found that the epidemics didn’t happen during the drought. They appeared only in the wet periods that followed it. That was the crucial clue he had missed: It was raining when people got sick.
Analyzing DNA extracted from 29 skeletons buried in a cocoliztli cemetery, scientists found traces of salmonella enterica bacterium of the Paratyphi C variety. This is virulent haemorrhagic fever, or “bleeding-eye fever,” that is transmitted through tick-bites and contact with the blood of infected animals. Very ill patients may suffer organ failure after the fifth day of illness.
All types of hemorrhagic viruses share traits. They are extremely simple, composed only of RNA enveloped in a fatty membrane, and they all must develop first in an animal host, often rodents or bats. They are commonly spread by insects, such as ticks or mosquitoes. An insect bite or direct exposure to rodent feces or urine or indirect exposure through windblown particles can pass the virus to humans. The virus must have been native-born.
This short An0maly video presents the same DJT Tweets that were mentioned in this prior Kp blog post (which I found “worthy” of posting), plus he brings up the one below, about China. China (as a governmental entity) is certainly a major player in a lot of things, and so this may shedd a tad of Light on this.
“@RealDonaldTrump Twitter link
“All of the fools that are so focused on looking only at Russia should start also looking in another direction, China. But in the end, if we are smart, tough and well prepared, we will get along with everyone!”
Published on Aug 19, 2018
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By Dr. Mercola
Herbal teas can be a rich source of beneficial compounds like polyphenols and flavonoids, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. One of the most soothing of all herbal teas — with a long history of beneficial use dating back to ancient Egypt — is chamomile. Chamomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants belonging to the Asteraceae family, namely German chamomile (Matricaria retutica) and Roman or English chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).
While you are very likely familiar with the tea, you may not realize chamomile is also useful as a bath, cream, essential oil, gargle, inhalation, poultice and tincture. In addition to having a sedative effect, as well as antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds, chamomile also possesses antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, antiulcer and antiviral properties.
Consumption of chamomile tea has even been shown to protect you from benign thyroid diseases and thyroid cancer. Without a doubt, chamomile is one herb you shouldn’t overlook.
History of Chamomile
Chamomile’s history1 begins in ancient Egypt, where it was first mentioned as a cure for fever. The Egyptians also used chamomile as a cosmetic, as well as an embalming oil for preserving dead pharaohs. The Romans used chamomile in incense, as a medicinal herb and as a flavoring for drinks.
In Spain, chamomile flowers are known as “manzanilla,” meaning “little apple,” and the herb has long been used to flavor a light sherry of the same name. During medieval times, chamomile petals were strewn about on the ground during gatherings to create pleasant odors.
Seven Health Benefits of Chamomile
In addition to its pleasant taste as a tea and ready accessibility, chamomile has been praised for millennia for its many health benefits. The presence of numerous antioxidants contributes to chamomile’s many positive effects on your body. Among its many health benefits, chamomile:2,3,4
Acts as a mild sedative and sleep inducer — Chamomile has long been used to treat insomnia and is highly regarded for its ability to induce daytime calmness and relaxation. Its sedative effects are likely due to the flavonoid apigenin, which binds to benzodiazepine receptors in your brain.
While there is an absence of clinical trials to validate the effects of chamomile on sleep, 10 cardiac patients who drank chamomile tea were reported to have quickly fallen into a deep sleep lasting 90 minutes.5 Authors of a study involving the effects of chamomile extracts on sleep-disturbed rats concluded chamomile extracts exhibit “benzodiazepine-like hypnotic activity.”6
Addresses cold symptoms and sinus pain and pressure
Calms gum inflammation, mouth sores and tooth abscesses — Chamomile has been shown to be effective in the treatment of gum inflammation, mouth sores and ulcers and tooth abscesses. Some suggest placing a wet chamomile teabag alongside an inflamed tooth may provide pain relief until you are able to be seen by your dentist.
Reduces menstrual cramps and pain — Multiple studies have validated chamomile tea to help reduce the severity of menstrual cramps. A 2010 study7 published in the Iranian Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility indicated that consuming chamomile tea for a month appears to reduce menstrual pain and cramps, as well as the anxiety and distress that often accompanies it.
The study authors said: “[C]hamomile tea [is] an effective therapy in relieving the pain originated from primary dysmenorrhea and its consequent psycho-social problems.”
Relieves gastrointestinal complaints and bowel problems — Though most of the evidence is anecdotal, chamomile is believed to help reduce smooth muscle spasms associated with gastrointestinal inflammatory disorders such as Crohn’s disease, diverticular disease, gastritis, irritable bowel problems and ulcerative colitis.
Chamomile is particularly helpful in dispelling gas, soothing heartburn and relaxing muscles that move food through your intestines. It also inhibits Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium linked to stomach ulcers.
Soothes burns and other skin irritations — Although somewhat less effective than hydrocortisone cream, chamomile has been shown to be effective in relieving minor burns and sunburn, as well as soothing skin conditions such as chickenpox, diaper rash, eczema and psoriasis.
Treats eye infections and inflammation — Due to its calming and soothing properties, chamomile has been shown to reduce eye irritation and redness.8 Add two chamomile teabags to 3 cups of boiling water. Allow to steep until the tea has cooled, then discard the teabags. Dip a clean washcloth into the cooled tea and apply to your eye as a compress for 15 minutes, three to four times a day.
Increases NAD+ — Chamomile is relatively high in a flavone called apigenin which just happens to inhibit CD38 that is one of the largest consumers of NAD+. If you inhibit CD38 and reduce NAD+ consumption you will increase NAD+ levels. Because of this benefit i drink a cup of chamomile tea every night.
Volatile Oils Are the Basis for Chamomile’s Many Health Benefits
The many health benefits of chamomile are linked to the volatile oils found in its flowers, which include bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B and matricin, as well as other bioactive ingredients, such as:9
Chamazulene or azulenesse
Coumarins like herniarin and umbelliferone
Farnese and spiro-ether sesquiterpene lactones
Flavonoids such as apigenin, luteolin, patuletin and quercetin
About the extensive medicinal benefits of chamomile, authors of a 2010 study published in Molecular Medicine Reports said:10
“Chamomile preparations are commonly used for many human ailments such as hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain and hemorrhoids. Essential oils of chamomile are used extensively in cosmetics and aromatherapy. Many different preparations of chamomile have been developed, the most popular of which is in the form of herbal tea consumed more than 1 million cups per day.
Chamomile has been used as an herbal medication since ancient times, is still popular today and probably will continue to be used in the future because it contains various bioactive phytochemicals that could provide therapeutic effects. Chamomile can help in improving cardiovascular conditions, stimulate [the] immune system and provide some protection against cancer.”
Chamomile Shown to Reduce Your Risk of Thyroid Cancer
A 2015 study11 published in the European Journal of Public Health linked the consumption of chamomile tea to a lower risk of benign thyroid diseases and thyroid cancer. In fact, the more tea consumed, the lower the cancer risk. Specifically, those who drank chamomile tea two to six times a week had a 70-percent lower risk of developing thyroid abnormalities, while those who drank the tea regularly for 30 years achieved an 80 percent lower risk. According to the study authors:
“Although in the last decade several studies have addressed the protective role of black and green tea on several diseases, including cancer, there are only few, and controversial, studies on the effect of tea on benign and malignant thyroid diseases … Our findings suggest, for the first time, that drinking herbal teas, especially chamomile, protects from thyroid cancer, as well as other benign thyroid diseases.”
Chamomile’s anticancer effects very likely result from naturally occurring flavonoids such as apigenin. Found not only in chamomile, but also in celery and parsley, as well as other vegetables, fruits and herbs, apigenin has been shown to slow cancer growth and shrink cancerous tumors in animal studies. A 2012 study12 in which mice implanted with the cells of a fast-growing human breast cancer were treated with apigenin, cancer growth slowed and tumors shrank.
While more research is needed, authors of a 2017 study13 published in Cell & Bioscience indicated: “All evidence gathered thus far clearly indicates that apigenin has strong anticancer activities against various human cancers alone, and in combination with other chemotherapeutic agents.”
The Best Ways to Use Chamomile
If you’ve long known about chamomile tea but never considered using this versatile herb for anything else, you may be interested to know of its other uses for adults, which include:14
Bath — Add 1/4 pound of dried flowers or 5 to 10 drops of essential oil to bathwater to soothe cuts, eczema, hemorrhoids or insect bites
Capsules — Consume 300 to 400 milligrams three times per day, as directed by your physician
Cream — Apply cream containing 3 to 10 percent chamomile to treat dry, flaky skin, as well as eczema and psoriasis
Gargle or mouthwash — Gargle with cooled chamomile tea as often as desired or make a mouthwash by adding 10 to 15 drops of German chamomile liquid extract to about 3 ounces of warm water, and use up to three times a day
Inhalation — Calm a cough by adding a few drops of chamomile essential oil to a pot of hot water and breathe in the steam
Poultice — Mix powdered chamomile with water to make a paste and then apply it to inflamed skin
Tea — Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 2 to 3 heaping teaspoons of dried chamomile, steep as long as desired and drink between meals
Tincture — Take 1 teaspoon up to three times daily to calm frayed nerves, ease menstrual cramps, improve sleep and relieve headaches.
Chamomile Tincture Recipe
The video above, posted by Homesteadonomics, explains how to make a chamomile tincture at home, as well as some popular uses for it. Making a tincture is a great way to preserve chamomile because the potency of its volatile oils is more effectively retained through preservation.
- 1 cup of dried chamomile flowers
- Approximately 1 cup of boiling water
- Approximately 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 cups of 80-proof vodka
- Quart-sized glass jar with airtight lid
- Place dried chamomile flowers in a clean quart-sized glass jar
- Pour boiling water over the flowers until they are covered; stir as needed to ensure flowers are saturated
- Add vodka to fill the jar, then cover tightly with lid and shake well
- Store in a cool, dark place and shake daily for four to six weeks
- After four to six weeks, pour liquid through a strainer and discard flowers
- Store tincture in a clean glass jar
In terms of the vodka used, choosing a USDA certified, organic alcohol is best to ensure it is free of GMOs and pesticides. The recommended dosing for chamomile tincture is as follows:15
- Adults — 1 teaspoon three times a day, as needed, to induce relaxation and promote restful sleep
- Infants — Rub a small drop on gums during teething or on the stomach to relieve colic pain and calm a restless child
- Toddlers and older children — 1/2 teaspoon up to three times a day, when needed, to induce sleep
Giving babies and young children who are having trouble sleeping a dose of chamomile tincture immediately prior to bedtime may help relax and prepare them for a restful night’s sleep.
Cautions About Chamomile
While chamomile is generally well tolerated, you should avoid it if you have an allergy to ragweed or any other member of the daisy family of plants such as chrysanthemum or marigold. Avoid chamomile if you are pregnant, or if you are taking anticoagulants or sedative medications.16
Prior to using chamomile essential oil, do a skin test on your arm before applying it to your whole body. As with most other essential oils, it is best to use chamomile with a carrier oil such as coconut oil or olive oil.