Special Restored Republic via a GCR Report as of Thurs. 30 Sept. 2021
Compiled by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, Therapist ret, Journalist, Author, “Twenty Two Faces: inside the extraordinary life of Jenny Hill and her twenty two multiple personalities.”
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Well over 100 Countries and 140+ Militaries across the Globe were on High Alert.
The Bank Panic of 1907 occurred in October.
The Stock Market Crash of 1929 occurred in October.
Black Monday in 1987 occurred in October.
US Inc. Government would be officially broke and shut down on Fri. 1 Oct.
“This weekend will be remembered in human history.
“Watch and Stay Calm!
“You will love how this Movie Ends.
“Enjoy the Show!”
Judy Note: Activation of theEmergency Broadcast System and the time for Tier 4B (Us, the Internet Group) to set redemption/currency exchange appointments were Military decisions dependent upon the Quantum Computer’s analysis of the status of International Crises Events going on right now, including the upcoming collapse of the Global Monetary System and the Fri. 1 Oct shutdown of the US Inc. Corporation government.
Without the US Senate agreeing to up the US National Debt Ceiling on Thurs. 30 Sept, the US government would be officially broke and shut down, while millions of Smart Devices were set to stop working on that same Thurs. 30 Sept.
The IMF asked that the Kingpin of the GCR – the Iraqi Dinar – International Rate would go public on Sat. 2 Oct, while Iraq had already given their word that their Dinar International Rate Release would happen this week.
The Real News for Thurs. 30 Sept:
Global Supply Chain Shipping Delays and Goods, Food Shortages:
A union coalition of shipping workers around the world has warned of imminent ‘global transport systems collapse’ due to impacts from the pandemic. Fragmented and inconsistent pandemic restrictions around the world have thrown global shipping into chaos. https://t.co/z1QAFrJrdI?amp=1
A backlog of 500,000 containers are sitting on cargo ships off the Southern California coast, frustrating Truck Drivers who can’t deliver the cargo to stores. Around 500,000 containers are sitting on cargo ships just floating off California’s southern coast, as chaos takes hold at the Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach, according to local media. Outdated infrastructure, importers with nowhere to store containers and help on the docks are reportedly behind the delays – which have lasted for weeks already. Some 65 ships are still stuck outside the port, as trade problems bottleneck: https://twitter.com/goldtelegraph_/status/1443250621784678403?s=28
China Power Crunch threatens global supply chain (Bloomberg): Over half of China’s provinces are already limiting power usage, with manufacturers warning electricity usage cuts will SLASH the output in the country’s major powerhouse provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Guangdong, which account for almost a THIRD of China’s GDP, according to Bloomberg. This comes as producers and suppliers rush to meet the demand ahead of the end of the year shopping season.
Stricter environmental targets, dramatic rise of the energy prices and coal shortages have all concocted a perfect storm that looks set to hit major companies such as Apple or Tesla, with a number of key suppliers saying they are forced to halt production. https://tfiglobalnews.com/2021/09/27/china-is-shutting-down-aluminum-textile-and-many-more-industries/
China is shutting down Aluminum, Textile and many more industries. Nothing to do with power and everything to do with assets blocked and seized Trading blocked due to exec order 13848.
Power Shortages across China have caused numerous factories to halt production. A China affairs analyst explains the reasons behind the blackouts.
Source: Operation Disclosure Official
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