Just News – The Black Child – MK-ULTRA/ Selling Your Soul to the Devil SIDE EFFECTS !

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Just News – Strange Things – Lady Gaga I Regret Selling My Soul to Illuminati Dark Forces

Strange Things – Lady Gaga I Regret Selling My Soul to Illuminati Dark Forces

Pop star Lady Gaga has spoken openly about her membership of the Illuminati for the first time to say that she regrets joining the secret society.Gaga, a sufferer of the painful fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS), says she believes her longterm illness is the result of her allowing “dark forces” to manifest themselves in her body when she “sold her soul” to “the Illuminati” early on in her career. SOURCE: http://www.neon-nettle.com SUBSCRIBE – SHARE – LIKE SUBSCRIBE : https://www.youtube.com/c/StrangeThin… Follow us on FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/ReptilianRac… Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/StrangeThings16 ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝ This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is non-commercial, transformative in nature, uses no more of the original work than necessary for the video’s purpose, and does not compete with the original work and could have no negative affect on its market. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for -fair use- for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. -StrangeThings- Thanks for watching !!!

Just News – RT – Bitcoin plunges by 30% after record high of $20,000

RT – Bitcoin plunges by 30% after record high of $20,000
The price of bitcoin fell to less than $13,080 on Friday morning, according to CoinDesk.com. That makes an 18-percent drop since its previous slide, and more than 30 percent since it reached the historic $20,000 mark last week.
The cryptocurrency has experienced its second major drop in just days. Rival bitcoin cash has also fallen, plunging to $2,536 per coin, following its rapid climb of more than 50 percent to almost $4,330 per token on December 20.

RT – Just try selling your bitcoin: Cryptocurrency pioneer warns against ‘extremely risky’ investment

The co-founder of Bitcoin.com, one of the world’s largest sites devoted to the leading virtual currency, has sold all his bitcoins and recommends people stay away from it for the moment and look for alternatives.
“I would say an investment in bitcoin is right now the riskiest investment you can make. There’s an extremely high risk,” Emil Oldenburg said in an interview with Swedish tech site Breakit.
“I have in fact sold all my bitcoins recently and switched to bitcoin cash,” he added.
Oldenburg complains about long transactions with high fees. According to some estimates, bitcoin transaction fees are doubling every three months, and an average bitcoin transaction is takes four and a half hours to be confirmed. The average trading fee peaked at $26 recently.
The reason why bitcoin users don’t understand its cons is that they only buy it and don’t sell or trade it, according to Oldenburg.
“As soon as people realize that this is how it works, they will start to sell. The old bitcoin network is as good as unusable,” he said.
The investor explained fees for bitcoin cash transactions are more reasonable.
“It only costs $0.012 to send a bitcoin cash transaction, and there are no lead times. The only drawback is that you need larger hard drives, but that’s not a problem for most people.”

RT – Bitcoin heading to $0.00 & many will lose everything when bubble pops – warns investor Peter Schiff
Bitcoin is a massive speculative bubble that will implode, and people who are buying it now will be left holding the bag, according to economist Peter Schiff, best known for predicting the 2008 financial crash.
“People who got it years ago, even people who got it at the beginning of the year have the opportunity to cash out and make a lot of money. But people who are buying it at these prices or higher prices are going to lose practically everything,” Schiff told RT International Channel.
“These currencies are going to trade to zero or pretty close to it when the bubble pops,” predicts Schiff. “Right now, the only reason why people are buying bitcoin is because the price is going up. When it turns around, they are not going to sell it for the same reason.”
“There is no value in bitcoin, you can’t use it as money,” Schiff points out. “It’s too slow, too expensive and too vulnerable.”
The investor called bitcoin a “speculative digital asset,” and as soon as its price stops going up, it will implode.
According to Schiff, there is a problem with fiat currencies. However, there are 1,300 digital currencies with massive inflation. “Even bitcoin itself has spun off bitcoin cash, bitcoin gold. There is no limit to supply of bitcoin-branded worthless tokens that can be created,” he said.

RT – Insider trading probe leads to crash of bitcoin cash
The price of bitcoin cash plunged 10 percent when trading resumed following an investigation by a leading cryptocurrency exchange into possible insider trading.
Bitcoin cash’s wild price swings led Coinbase to suspect exchange staff of possible insider trading. The third most valuable cryptocurrency’s price had more than doubled since Monday.
“If we find evidence of any employee or contractor violating our policies — directly or indirectly — I will not hesitate to terminate the employee immediately and take appropriate legal action,” Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong posted in his blog.
All Coinbase employees and contractors were “explicitly prohibited” more than a month ago from trading in bitcoin cash and revealing launch plans, he said.
The exchange suspended trade on Tuesday minutes after the opening and eventually canceled orders.
According to CoinMarketCap, the price of bitcoin cash soared to $9,500 as trading began on the Coinbase exchange GDAX. Coinbase did not recognize that price on its exchange. The rise of bitcoin cash is also suspected of causing a sell-off in bitcoin. On Thursday, bitcoin cash was trading at $3,627 while bitcoin was selling for $17,000.

Real Life Mech Warrior Battle Robots Selling for 1.3 Million Dollars

Check out this Japanese battle mech-styled machine.

Inspired by the mecha anime and toys from his childhood, Kogoro Kurata set out to create this 4-ton, 13-foot tall robot.

[Kogoro Kurata, Kuratas Robot Designer]:
“The robots we saw in our generation were always big, always had people riding them. So I don’t think those have much meaning in the real world. But it was really my dream to ride in one of those giant robots, and I think that it’s a kind of Japanese culture. I kept thinking that it’s something that Japanese had to do.”

The creator showed off the Kuratas Robot at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo. It is human controlled; from the cockpit, a driver can move the robot’s arms and drive it up to 6.2 miles per hour.

The battle mech is just a prototype, but Kurata’s website is already taking orders. People have options for weapons, shields, and even an iPhone holder. This prototype was armed with Gatling cannons that can shoot BBs.

Private firms selling mass surveillance systems around world, documents show

Private firms selling mass surveillance systems around world, documents show

Private firms are selling spying tools and mass surveillance technologies to developing countries with promises that “off the shelf” equipment will allow them to snoop on millions of emails, text messages and phone calls, according to a cache of documents published on Monday.

The papers show how firms, including dozens from Britain, tout the capabilities at private trade fairs aimed at offering nations in Africa, Asia and the Middle East the kind of powerful capabilities that are usually associated with government agencies such as GCHQ and its US counterpart, the National Security Agency.

The market has raised concerns among human rights groups and ministers, who are poised to announce new rules about the sale of such equipment from Britain.

“The government agrees that further regulation is necessary,” a spokesman for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills said. “These products have legitimate uses … but we recognise that they may also be used to conduct espionage.”

The documents are included in an online database compiled by the research watchdog Privacy International, which has spent four years gathering 1,203 brochures and sales pitches used at conventions in Dubai, Prague, Brasilia, Washington, Kuala Lumpur, Paris and London. Analysts posed as potential buyers to gain access to the private fairs.

The database, called the Surveillance Industry Index, shows how firms from the UK, Israel, Germany, France and the US offer governments a range of systems that allow them to secretly hack into internet cables carrying email and phone traffic.

The index has details from 338 companies, including 77 from the UK, offering a total of 97 different technologies.

One firm says its “massive passive monitoring” equipment can “capture up to 1bn intercepts a day”. Some offer cameras hidden in cola cans, bricks or children’s carseats, while one manufacturer turns cars or vans into surveillance control centres.

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What’s on offer

Some companies offer a range of spy equipment that would not look out of place in a James Bond film

Spy vans

Ordinary vans, cars and motorbikes can be customised to offer everything a spy could need. Tiny cameras and microphones are hidden in wing mirrors, headlights and even the makers’ logo. Vehicles can also be fitted with the latest mass surveillance technology, allowing them to intercept, assess and store a range of digital communications from the surrounding area.

 

Hidden cameras

The range of objects that can hide high-quality cameras and recording equipment appears almost limitless; from a box of tissues giving a 360-degree view of the room, to a child’s car seat, a brick and a key fob. Remote controls allow cameras to follow targets as they move around a room and have a powerful zoom to give high definition close-ups.

 

Recorders

As with cameras recording equipment is getting more sophisticated and more ubiquitous. From cigarette lighters to pens their are limitless ways to listen in on other people’s conversations. One firm offers a special strap microphone that straps to the wearer’s would be spies’ back and records conversations going on directly behind them. According to the brochure: “[This] is ideal because people in a crowd think that someone with their back turned can’t hear their conversation.. Operatives can work much closer to their target.”

 

Handheld ‘biometric cameras’

This system, made by a UK firm, is currently being used by British forces in Afghanistan to help troops identify potential terrorists. The brochure for the Mobile Biometric Platform says: “Innocent civilian or Insurgent? Not Certain? Our systems are.” It adds: “The MBP is tailored for military use and enables biometric enrolment and identification of finger, face and iris against on board watchlists in real time from live or forensic data.”

 

Mobile phone locators

It is now possible, from a single laptop computer, to locate where a mobile phone is calling from anywhere in the world, with an accuracy of between 200 metres and a mile. This is not done by attaching probes, and it is not limited to the area where the laptop is working from. The “cross border” system means it is now theoretically possible to locate a mobile phone call from a town abroad from a laptop in London.

Desperate times: U.S. women selling hair, breast milk to survive

Desperate times: U.S. women selling hair, breast milk to survive

NaturalNews) As wages remain low and unemployment remains high despite increasing corporate profits, US women are increasingly looking to supplement their incomes by selling their hair, eggs and even breast milk, a recent Bloomberg article reports.
According to market strategist Nicholas Colas of the brokerage and trading services company ConvergEx Group, at least one of the top four auto-fill results for the Google search “I want to sell my…” has been “hair,” “eggs” or “kidney” in nine of the 11 fiscal quarters since the beginning of 2011.
Colas, who tracks off-the-grid indicators of economic health, notes that the sale of internal organs such as kidneys is illegal in the United States (with the potential exception of eggs, depending on your definition of “internal organ”).
“The fact that people even explore [kidney donation] indicates that there are still a lot of people worried about their financial outlook,” Colas said. “This is very much unlike every other recovery that we’ve had. It’s going to be a slow-grinding, very frustrating recovery.”
Colas noted that the prevalence of such Internet searches is not necessarily an indicator of how many actual sales are taking place.
“If you’ve been unemployed for years, if you’re on food stamps and you’ve had trouble getting by, I can totally see you being very economically desperate,” Colas said. “I don’t think a lot of people sell their kidneys. I do think a lot of people in desperation do that search to say, ‘If worse comes to worst what could I do?'”