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What is the Muslim Brotherhood?

Muslim Brotherhood, Arabic al-Ikhwān al-Muslimūn, religiopolitical organization founded in 1928 at Ismailia, Egypt, by Ḥasan al-Bannāʾ. It advocated a return to the Qurʾān and the Hadith as guidelines for a healthy modern world Islamic society. The Brotherhood spread rapidly throughout Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon, and North Africa. The government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has classified the Brotherhood as a terrorist organization and routinely accuses it of being behind terrorist attacks. The Brotherhood has consistently denied any involvement. Since the military takeover of Egypt’s government in 2013, some members of the Brotherhood have broken off to form organizations that carry out acts of violence against the military-backed government. Two of those groups, Hasm and Liwa al-Thawra, have been designated as terrorist organizations by the United States government.

Exposé Of The Muslim Brotherhood With Key Organization Leaders

Video Review by Timothy Meads

Filmmaker Ami Horowitz has just released a brilliantly done 15-minute video, exposing leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood in their own words as they continue their mission started in the 1920s of creating a global Islamic caliphate throughout the entire world. Their target, according to key Muslim Brotherhood leaders as well as experts interviewed by Horowitz, is a complete takedown of the United States of America.

The Muslim Brotherhood began in Egypt "as a religious and social organization. It as Muslim Brotherhood symbolMuslim Brotherhood symbolover the years metastasized to become the largest global Islamic organization in the world with branches in dozens of countries," Horowitz explains.

"It has representatives in various governments and leadership in social and charitable organizations around the world. Its stated goals are to spread Islam and the word of the Quran throughout the world with the ultimate objective being the creation of a global Caliphate," the American filmmaker notes.

Thus, Horowitz traveled to "Cairo, Beirut, Istanbul, and elsewhere to meet with Brotherhood leaders and to get a better sense of their plans and goals."

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Libra ... Another virtual currency!?

The better known virtual currency is the bitcoin and we already know how unstable and unreliable it is. Apparently, Facebook does not trust it. Therefore, it has created its own "Libra", not to be confused with the "Libra Esterlina" (the British Sterling Pound). In order to put it into circulation, the huge cybernetic corporation created an organization, the Libra Association, to manage the technical aspects of the project and work with regulators to ensure that everything is on the rigth path, but Facebook itself is its paramount member among 100 members that they hope will participate investing $10 millions each to get the project going. As a virtual currency, the Libra will not be issued as paper currency or coin.

Facebook wants to create a worldwide digital currency  

Libra could be massively disruptive—including to the social network itself  

San Francisco, June 18.– A global digital currency would make sending money across the world as easy as texting. It would do away with fees, delays and other barriers to the flow of cash. It would give those in less developed countries access to the financial system and a way to protect hard-earned wages against runaway inflation. It could trigger a wave of innovation in finance, much like the internet did in online services.

That, in a nutshell, is what on June 18th Facebook promised to launch within a year. Libra, as the social network’s new currency is to be known in honour of an ancient Roman unit of mass (and the word for “pound” in many romance languages), professes to be all about “empower[ing] billions of people”.

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El G20 confía en que habrá un crecimiento “moderado” mundial

Una de las principales conclusiones del comunicado aprobado al final de la reunión de dos días que mantuvieron en la ciudad japonesa de Fukuoka los ministros de Finanzas y gobernadores de bancos centrales del G20 es el pronóstico de un crecimiento global que se recuperará "moderadamente" en lo que resta de este año y durante 2020.

Fujuoka, Jun.10 (AP).– Los ministros de Finanzas y responsables de bancos centrales del Grupo de los 20 cerraron el domingo una cumbre en Japón con la promesa de utilizar todas las políticas a su alcance Personalidades participantes en el G20 en Japón (2019)Personalidades participantes en el G20 en Japón (2019)para proteger el crecimiento global.

Los riesgos para el comercio y la tensión geopolítica se está “intensificando”, según un comunicado conjunto de los responsables de finanzas del grupo. No se refirieron de forma directa a la guerra de aranceles entre Estados Unidos y China, aunque los responsables que participaron en la cumbre indicaron que era su principal preocupación.

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Lo que se sabe del misterioso Club de Bilderberg

El Grupo de Bilderberg, también conocido como Club de Bilderberg, solía sostener reuniones supersecretas anuales que escapaban a la óptica de la prensa y eran desconocidas para la inmensa mayoría de los habitantes del planeta. Se reunieron por primera vez en los Países Bajos en 1954 con la participación de numerosas personas encumbradas de la política, la industria, las finanzas y militares. Durante más de medio siglo mantuvieron en absoluto secreto los temas de la agenda y evitaron cualquier comunicado de prensa o cualquier motivo o actividad que pudiera provocar una indeseada publicidad.

Montreux, June 4 (DP.net).– Poco a poco ha ido cayendo esa capa de secretismo que ocultaba del conocimiento público las reuniones de este misterioso club, a medida que el público y la prensa se fueron interesando en sus exclusivas actividades y propósitos. Aunque más recientemente se ha dado cierta publicidad a su agenda y a sus participantes, continuan las especulaciones sobre una conferencia que se celebra a puertas cerradas y cuyas conclusiones nunca llegan a la luz pública.

La reunión de 2017 tuvo lugar en Estados Unidos, en un hotel de lujo a pocos kilómetros de la Casa Blanca. Esta fue su 65ª reunión, celebrada los días 1 al 4 de julio de ese año. Según dieron a conocer en su agenda, los temas sometidos a discusión fueron: 'Las relaciones transatlánticas', 'La actividad de la OTAN', 'Las guerras de información', 'El papel de Rusia en el orden mundial', 'China' y 'La proliferación de armas nucleares', aunque se rumora que la ponencia central de la reunión fue una titulada 'La Administración Trump: informe de avances'. Se dice también que los encargados de presentar este informe fueron el asesor de Trump en seguridad nacional, Herbert McMaster, el secretario de Comercio de EE.UU., Wilbur Ross, y el director del Centro de Iniciativas Estratégicas en la Casa Blanca, Christopher Liddell; mientras que dos exdirectores de la CIA, John Brennan y David Petraeus, así como el senador Lindsey Graham, hicieron de "testigos de este juicio" al Presidente Trump. A esa reunión asistieron 131 personalidades de 21 países.

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Most US Federal Crimes Involve Immigration & Drugs and most are Executed by Hispanics according to a US Sentencing Commission** report

According to another report, in fiscal year 2017, there were 1,043 identity theft offenders convicted. The majority were Black (49.8%) followed by Hispanic (26.2%), White (19.9%), and Other Races (4.1%). The majority of offenders (86.5%) convicted for this crime were also convicted of another offense. The most common of these other offenses were theft, fraud, or property destruction (totalling 71.1%) and immigration (5.5%).[ For additional info. clickHERE ]

May.20.– As the illegal alien crisis along the southern border worsens, distressing government figures show that nearly half of all federal crimes in the United States are perpetrated by foreigners who are not American citizens and that immigration cases account for the largest single type of offense. Non-U.S. citizens committed 42.7% of all federal crimes in 2018, according to a report issued by the United States Sentencing Commission, the independent agency created by Congress decades ago to reduce sentencing disparities and promote transparency and proportionality in sentencing.

The document also reveals that 54.3% of the 69,425 federal offenders last year were Hispanic. “Immigration cases accounted for the largest single group of offenses in fiscal year 2018, comprising 34.4% of all reported cases,” the agency writes in its annual report to Congress. “Cases involving drugs, firearms, and fraud were the next most common types of offenses after immigration cases.

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