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Monday, April 4, 2016

If you haven't seen this yet (maybe you've been on vacation?) here is the "Panama Papers" well produced. https://panamapapers.icij.org

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  1. I want to learn very quickley on how to do non violent regime change..can you teach me..Thanks Peter R.

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    1. You can try psychological operations and influence elections that way. Look to the Bloomberg articles on Sr.Sepulveda and his computer espionage activities to support the election of the current Mexican President and several others.
      The other option is a bloodless Palace Coup such as the attempted one against Hugo Chavez in Venezuela some time ago. It didn't work but it was a good try at a bloodless coup.

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    2. The only "regime change" I would concur with is putting Russian President Putin in power! This was an intelligent decision, because, as a result, THE EARTH may have been saved from complete and total annihilation! In addition, Russian President Putin is perfect for the position; and as Dr. Pieczenik has stated in the past, Russian President Putin is well trained (by THE BEST) to handle almost anything that Russia and everything else will bring!

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    3. Sepulveda is a bad-ass... Rig that shit! RIG IT ALL!!!

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  2. The media will quickly bury this. What would Frank Underwood do? Probably start something somewhere to shift the blame.

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  3. First, the Mossack Fonseca law firm was not able to maintain attorney client confidentiality because their computers were connected to the internet. All clients must realize that their lawyers always connect their computers to the internet and therefore they are vulnerable to hacking no matter what kinds of security they might be using. All security systems currently available are not effective.
    If you want to assure that your files will not be stolen or spied into at your lawyer's office you have to insist that he keep all your files in a computer off the internet.

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    1. Keep all files in best evidence form:

      In paper format in files locked in a file cabinet.

      That's right... no connection to computers at all.

      Old fashioned, maybe, but at least they have to do a Daniel Elsberg break-in to get the documents.

      Harder & riskier with greater risk of exposure.

      Granted most lawyers' files have nothing in them to steal.

      This goes for everybody, if you don't want your information, whatever it is, to be stolen, ie., "hacked" by the government or private parties, don't keep it on a computer.

      Period.

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    2. You say, "but what about a computer not hooked up to the internet in any way?"

      I understand, what with word processing, organization, ease of transfer, all the things that make a computer efficient and more productive...

      The chances are low that an unconnected computer will get hacked.

      But with wi-fi and other remote techniques, any computer can be hacked, even if it's not connected to the internet.

      But if somebody wants the information badly enough...

      There are ways.

      It would be an operation entirely dedicated to that unconnected computer, one at a time.

      Much much harder to expend the time & money to do that in a systematic way.

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    3. Privacy is essential to freedom.

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    4. In the NSA workstations they have one computer connected to the internet and another computer NOT connected to the internet but only to the internal NSA intra-net.

      There is no reason to connect your working computer to the internet.

      Internet use ONLY on a dedicated computer.

      Look at www.armordata.us

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  4. Secondly..

    THIS IS NOT A WHISTLEBLOWER CASE.

    WHAT MOSSACK FONSECA WAS DOING WAS LEGAL.

    THE NEWS OUTLETS USING THE STOLEN DATA ARE LIABLE.

    THIS IS ATTORNEY CLIENT PRIVILAGE AND THIS DATA MUST BE PROTECTED.

    THERE IS NO JUSTIFICATION FOR PUBLISHING STOLEN ATTORNEY FILES.

    MEDIA IS LIABLE.

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    1. I would like to see the relevant law regarding this situation. I know one thing for sure: No prosecutor can criminally charge someone over stolen documents (illegally obtained evidence) from a lawyers office--especially, if the said lawyer was representing the person being investigated! As far as a civil suit being brought, at this time , I do not know the answer.

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    2. Inadmissible as evidence based on theft of attorney/client private documents.

      Probably leaked intentionally to avoid prosecution stemming from ongoing investigations. Its what I'd do.

      FIX IT! FIT IT ALL AND LET IT BURN BABY BURN!!!

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  5. EVERYONE MUST SEE THIS YOU TUBE VIDEO: "Ex-Intel Expert: Panama Papers A Distraction" [In the largest data leak of its kind an anonymous source contacted Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ) and leaked documents knows as the Panama Papers, which enabled an international crime ring to move their money without being noticed. This is the largest of such operations ever seen leaked to the press. However, does this leak truly expose the shadow economy that the New World Order operates under or does the rabbit whole go much much deeper? In addition, Alex Jones interviewed James Wesley Rawles on The Alex Jones Show!] posted by The Alex Jones Channel (AUTHENTIC) on April 4, 2016!

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    1. No it does not.

      The Panama Papers are either a limited hangout designed to distract or at best, a discreet source of information, so the reporters put out what they had.

      Not to say that is the limit or extent of this kind of international criminal activity.

      No, I think it is just the "tip of the iceberg."

      Question? Will there be further leaks of information about other rings.

      There are other rings, you know.

      How far & wide will the exposure go?

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  6. My husband and I have been married for about 7 yrs now. We were happily married with two kids, a boy and a girl. 3 months ago, I started to notice some strange behavior from him and a few weeks later I found out that my husband is seeing someone. He started coming home late from work, he hardly care about me or the kids anymore, Sometimes he goes out and doesn't even come back home for about 2-3 days. I did all I could to rectify this problem but all to no avail. I became very worried and needed help. As I was browsing through the internet one day, I came across a website that suggested that Dr Unity can help solve marital problems, restore broken relationships and so on. So, I felt I should give him a try. I contacted him and he did a spell for me. Three days later, my husband came to me and apologized for the wrongs he did and promise never to do it again. Ever since then, everything has returned back to normal. I and my family are living together happily again.. All thanks to Dr Unity . If you need a spell caster that can cast a spell that truly works, I suggest you contact him. He will not disappoint you. This is his E-mail: Unityspelltemple@gmail.com .

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