Karen Hudes: My comment posted at US Military In Okinawa Spy On Journalists

30 Oct

My comment posted: https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter10.29.16.pdf
The Global Currency Reset depends upon the chain reaction among the
BRICS, the public in the BRICS (and Japan), and the Joint Japan Committee under the Status of Forces Agreement. I am actively “working the problem” and reporting back every week on progress. https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/Twitter10.19.16.pdf

That is why freedom of the press in Okinawa is so dangerous to the Network of Global Corporate Control identified by StefaniaVitali, James Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston at the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1107/1107.5728v2.pdf This network is often referred to as the “Banking Cartel.”

As stated previously, the US Postmaster General, Megan Brennan, failed to respond to my complaint and refused to deliver my priority mail letter informing Japan that the US military via the Joint US-Japan Committee under the Status of Forces Agreement is not going to surrender unilaterally through a crash of the unconstitutional Federal Reserve Note.

I briefed senior members of the Japanese government and all of the embassies in Tokyo about the exchange of paper currencies for currency minted out of Japan’s monetary gold reserves in the Global Debt Facility when I lived in Tokyo in 2014. The global currency reset will also involve local currencies issued by Japan’s villages and towns. https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/ABA+Journal1.pdf

The Joint US Japan Committee under the Status of Forces Agreement will not allow the US Federal Reserve Notes and Japan’s current paper currency to fail, because this would leave Japan without any military defense. This was also confirmed by the US Defense Attache posted in Tokyo. The power transition model from the US National War College that came to the World Bank in 2004, and which is 90-95% accurate, is clear. https://s3.amazonaws.com/khudes/sentia+model.pdf

Bulletins internes compilés par la Division des enquêtes criminelles du corps des Marines des Etats-Unis (USMC) photo:Jon Mitchell

US Military In Okinawa Spy On Journalists

The surveillance is revealed in 305 pages of documents published by British journalist Jon Mitchell, who obtained them under the US Freedom of Information Act. They consist of internal “intelligence bulletins” issued by the Criminal Investigation Division of the US Marine Corps in Okinawa Prefecture in May, June and July, emails written by senior officials and reports circulated by the US military police in one of the US camps.

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