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"Farm, CMKX, Native Claims" by (Anonymous) - 4.26.19
Entry Submitted Anonymously at 2:54 AM EDT on April 26, 2019
People posting on post about potential lawsuit in regards to.exchange do not really get it.
The lawsuit has nothing to do with exchange it has to do with all the claims packages. Farm claims, CMKX claims, native claims and a host of claims that have already been legally awarded on paper by courts but never paid.
I talked to Mr. C this morning about a over 20 year farm claim we hold. Those claims were.said to be delivered to all parties..all claims in 3 days..and Friday is the last day in the 72 hour loop.
If the claims do not show up at peoples doors then lawsuit.maybe filed for the claims. Not RV or exchange.
While claim packages being released and delivered will release codes that will be introduced to.release money into claimants accounts once they get packages and get to bank.
This can lead to exchanges. All the people owed money by USA in the form of claims per courts and.rulings have to be paid up front before anything can move forward.
That is how it has been explained to me.
Would be nice if people could get the story straight.
RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - April 26, 2019
(Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence leaks received from several sources which may or may not be accurate. Other confirmed sources may also be included in this overview.)
The take down of the Deep State is immanent.
Joe Digenova confirmed on Fox News that there will be indictments.
Also, a Clinton appointee pleaded guilty to treason.
The Inspector General report on James Comey will be released in 2 weeks.
Julian Assange is expected to testify sometime this month.
All of this will add to the severity of the ultimate bombshell which is DECLAS.
Meanwhile, articles are being published stating that the British Empire is dead and it is now time for Brexit.
Brexit is the UK's GESARA compliance.
Worldwide GESARA compliant reforms are expected to begin once the Deep State/Cabal have been completely removed.
According to sources, the RV is still expected to begin suddenly once a major event occurs (possibly DECLAS or something else).
Source: Operation Disclosure
Patriots Are Now Maneuvering To Break Free From The [CB] Chains - Episode 1851a
X22 Report: Published on Apr 25, 2019
Rothschilds Liquidating Royal Heirlooms In Historic Auction
by Tyler Durden Thu, 04/25/2019 - 04:15
The Rothschild banking family is auctioning off furniture and artifacts which once belonged to European monarchies, according to Bloomberg, which calls the July 4th liquidation a "royal summer yard sale."
Members of the storied clan, whose extravagant style influenced generations of the mega-rich, consigned about 57 lots to Christie’s July 4 auction in London. The trove is estimated at about 10 million pounds ($12.9 million). -Bloomberg
"There’s something mythical about the Rothschilds that’s attached to whatever they owned," said New York interior designer Robert Couturier. "They created their own world of taste and elegance. There’s an abandon of luxury that few other families had."
The 'crown jewels' of the collection are a pair of Flemish-made giltwood cabinets commissioned by King Philip V of Spain around the year 1713. They're estimated to bring in 1.5 to 2.5 million pounds ($1.9 - $3.2 million US).
Also up for sale is a mahogany writing desk crafted for Marie Antoinette around 1780 by Jean Henri Riesener, whose work exemplified the "Louis XVI" style. Reisener was paid by the French Crown "with a lavishness unknown since the days of Louis XIV," receiving some 900,000 livres between 1775 - 1784 (roughly $23 million USD) while he was also working for private clients.
The desk may fetch as much as 1 million pounds ($1.3 million USD), according to the report.
The Rothschilds don’t sell often, Gallois said. In 2015, Eric de Rothschild sold a pair of Rembrandt portraits to the governments of France and the Netherlands for $180 million. The collection of barons Nathaniel and Albert von Rothschild was sold by Christie’s in 1999, with a royal commode by Riesener fetching 7 million pounds. It’s now on view at Versailles, according to Christie’s. -Bloomberg
Christie's has not disclosed which Rothschild family members are selling in July.
"Most of the houses were filled with such splendors," said Couturier. "They could come from any of the Rothschilds’ homes."
Separate of the auction, the Louvre has agreed to buy Rembrandt van Rijn's The Standard Bearer (1636) from the Rothschilds for an undisclosed sum, after France declared it to be a "national treasure." The museum has 30 months to find the necessary funds, accordsing to The Art Newspaper.
When Jacob James de Rothschild bought The Standard Bearer for £840 in 1840 at a Christie’s sale in London, it was perhaps the earliest purchase of a Rembrandt by a member of the banking family.
The work was inherited by his son Edmond de Rothschild, who donated a collection of 40,000 prints and 3,000 drawings to the Louvre, including a selection of Rembrandt’s etchings and drawings, in 1935. The painting, which was previously in the collection of the English monarch King George IV, now belongs to the children of Élie de Rothschild, who died in 2007. -The Art Newspaper
Barr Knows It All, Pain, Panic, Something Big Coming In Weeks - Episode 1851b
X22 Report: Published on Apr 25, 2019
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