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Issue 665, Sunday June 30, 2019
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Dominican Republic Mystery

The Dominican Republic is the 4th most popular vacation site among Americans, so when tourists started dropping dead for no apparent reason, alarms went off. It is not just the number of people potentially in danger, but also the economic lifeblood of the Dominican Republic. Will this kill tourism too? The deaths seem to be associated with drinks from the mini-bars, and with respiratory failure. The FBI was called in as the Dominican Republic does not have toxicology labs to support the investigation. As usual, the Zetas sort it out.

Another American Tourist Dies while Staying at Dominican Republic Resort
June 14, 2019
Leyla Cox, 53, was staying at the Excellence resort in Punta Cana when she died. Meanwhile, another family has reported that their loved one died in the Dominican Republic in January. Jerry Curran, 78, checked into the Dreams resort in Punta Cana on Jan. 22, and died three days later.
FBI Investigates After Deaths of 6 U.S. Tourists in the Dominican Republic. Should You Cancel Your Trip?
June 12, 2019
The family of California native Robert Wallace, 67, that he had died after visiting the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Resort in Punta Cana. On April 11, Wallace fell ill after having a Scotch from his hotel room’s mini bar. According to the State Department, last year 13 U.S. citizens died while traveling to the Dominican Republic. The number was 17 in 2017. More than 2.7 million U.S. tourists visited the island in 2017, making the island the fourth most popular travel destination for Americans. Day and Holmes, a couple from Maryland, were both found unresponsive in their rooms by hotel staff the day they were scheduled to check out. Dominican district attorney confirmed that all three all three suffered respiratory failure and had fluid in their lungs. Results from the FBI’s toxicology analysis might take up to 30 days. Kaylynn Knull, 29, and her boyfriend Tom Schwander, 33, said they were forced to cut their trip short because they fell seriously ill during their stay at the resort. When the couple returned home, still feeling sick, a doctor told the couple they were likely exposed to organophosphates, a chemical typically found in pesticide.
Bootleg Liquor Eyed as Cause of Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths
June 13, 2019
Cops are investigating whether at least seven tourists who mysteriously died in the Dominican Republic were poisoned by counterfeit booze.

ZetaTalk Insight 6/30/2019: The Dominican Republic is a hugely popular vacation destination for Americans, so what is a tourist to do while they await the FBI toxicology analysis? Heart attacks or heart failure is implicated because of the respiratory failure. The Dominican Republic does not have the facilities to do a toxicology test on the bodies, and there seems to be no connection among those suddenly stricken. Is it cheap bootleg booze in the mini-bars? The deaths seemed to occur often just after a mini-bar drink. Is it pesticides lingering in the rooms?

It is none of these possibilities but another. In each of these instances where an otherwise healthy individual is suddenly stricken, it has been murder. The liquor in the mini-bars will be cleared. It is glasses on the trays that are wiped along the lip line with poison. The motive is theft, as the couples have been robbed prior to death, and in the uproar over the medical emergency no one is counting change. It is not uncommon for vacationers to carry large amounts of cash and they don’t keep a log of what was spent or what remains.

Straits of Hormuz Mystery

Who is attacking oil tankers in the Straits of Hormuz? The damage appears to be caused by mines attached to the sides of the vessels, but these could have been attached while the vessel was in port. There were US drones in the air prior to one of the attacks, and the Japanese state the attack on their ship was from a “flying object”. The damage in all cases was slight, and due in part to the tankers being mostly empty, did not cause an oil slick. Is this, as many suspect, a False Flag event to incite war with Iran? Japan buys Iranian oil, and Abe was in Iran at the time.

Trump Administration Providing ‘False’ Information about Gulf of Oman Attack, says Japanese Tanker Owner
June 14, 2019
The owner of the Japanese tanker said US reports have provided “false” information about what happened in the Gulf of Oman. The ship operator said “flying objects” that may have been bullets were the cause of damage to the vessel, rather than mines used by Iranian forces, as the US has suggested. Yutaka Katada, chief executive of the Japanese company operating the ship called Kokuka Courageous, one of two vessels attacked near the Strait of Hormuz, said the damage could not have been caused by mines or torpedos that are shot underwater, since the damage was reportedly above the ship’s waterline. “It seems that something flew towards them. That created the hole, is the report I’ve received,” Mr Katada said at a press conference in Tokyo.
‘Flying Object’ Attacked Japanese Tanker in Middle East
June 15, 2019
Several crew members witnessed a flying object when the tanker was attacked the second time. The attack was not from a mine. The crew members claimed they were hit by a flying object
Iranians Fired Missile at US Drone Prior to Tanker Attack, US Official Says
June 15, 2019
In the hours before the attack on the two tankers in the Gulf of Oman, the Iranians spotted a US drone flying overhead and launched a surface-to-air missile at the unmanned aircraft. Prior to taking fire, the American MQ-9 Reaper drone observed Iranian vessels closing in on the tankers.

The US pronounced Iran the culprit, but past US practices are haunting them, as they have been proven to use such incidents to incite war. Thus suspicion runs deep among European allies, and even in the American public. Among war hawks wanting to start a war in the Middle East, war between the US and Iran is the favored contest. Hard liners in Iran verbally call for “Death to Israel”. Israel would love to see the US, as their proxy, go to war with Iran. Which raises the question, is the party planting mines on these oil tankers Israel or perhaps Saudi Arabia?

Oil Tanker Attacks Echo Persian Gulf's 1980s 'Tanker War'
June 14, 2019
Mysterious attacks on oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz this week show how one of the world's crucial chokepoints for global energy supplies can be easily targeted, 30 years after the U.S. Navy and Iran were entangled in a similarly shadowy conflict called the "Tanker War." So far, six oil tankers have been damaged in suspected limpet mine attacks, explosives that can be magnetically stuck to the side of a ship. The first attack happened May 12 off the coast of the Emirati port city of Fujairah and targeted four tankers.
Iran Hints US could be Behind 'Suspicious' Tanker Attacks
June 16, 2019
Iran's parliament speaker hinted that Washington could be behind the "suspicious" tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman to pile pressure on Tehran. "The suspicious actions against the tankers... seem to complement the economic sanctions against Iran considering that (the US) has not achieved any results from them". He backed his claim by saying there had been a precedent "during World War II, when Americans targeted their own ships near Japan to create an excuse for hostility".
Europeans Skeptical of Trump’s Claim that Iran to Blame in Tanker Attack
June 15, 2019
President Trump’s claim that the oil tanker attack near the Strait of Hormuz had “Iran written all over it” was met with skepticism in Europe, with Britain’s left-wing opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn asking to see “credible evidence.” In the continental Europe leaders are fearful that Washington may be exaggerating international threats amid its long-standing hawkish stance toward the regime. Germany urged caution and asked for an investigation into the incident. The European Union, meanwhile, stressed that the region “doesn’t need further escalation, it doesn’t need further destabilization, it doesn’t need further tension.”

Who would have motive to target oil tankers in the Straits? Israel seems the prime suspect. Saudi Arabia too, as the Saudis are Sunni Muslim where Iran is Shia, and they have longstanding opposition to each other. Then there is the recent New World Order effort to incite World War III, which showed its hand during the Holy War attempt to torch Notre Dame. And why would Iran cause chaos in the Straits when this is the route by which they export their own oil.

Hardliners, ‘False Flags’ and Revenge: the Iranian Tanker Attack’s Narrative
June 15, 2019
The most common initial question many asked was “who benefits.” The narrative notes that Iran’s regime doesn’t appear to gain by attacking tankers in the midst of the visit by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. If Iran did attack the tankers then it must be a sub-set of the Iranian regime, or some rogue element. In this narrative it is Iran’s so-called “hardliners,” that are to blame. This includes the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which the US has labelled a terrorist organization. In this narrative the “moderates” in Tehran, including Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, are trying to play good cop.
Why would Iran Attack two Tankers near the Strait of Hormuz?
June 14, 2019
Was the attack carried out by Iran, or other Gulf States seeking to sow conflict ? or did the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps operate outside of Tehran’s directives to further its own agenda? The crew of the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile Bainbridge reported seeing an unexploded limpet mine on the side of one of the tankers. A limpet mine was believed to be the cause of an attack on four tankers in May off the coast of the United Arab Emirates, which the U.S. pinned on Iran. And both Iran and the U.S. claimed to have rescued sailors of the damaged tankers. It’s still unknown by what means the ships were attacked. The former CENTCOM official said it could have been a mine or something that was put on the vessels at the last port and triggered later.

Certainly Iran has their version of the Deep State plaguing the US. Their Revolutionary Guard is notorious. But what would be the motive? Do they want war between Iran and the US? Iran is being accused, but perhaps Iran was trying to remove the unexploded mine to prevent damage to the Japan tanker, or determine who the perp was. They rescued the Norwegian crew too. Ben Fulford suspects a financial motive, to force the futures market into favorable territory. And Iran points to CIA mischief. Will the Zetas please sort this all out?

Tehran Billboard Shows Destroyed US, Israeli Ships: ‘We Drowned Them All’
May 29, 2019
The Iranian Fars News Agency released a video this week showing a large billboard that was put up in Vali-e Asr Square in Tehran in honor of Quds Day. The billboard reads: “We Drowned Them All” in Farsi, Hebrew and English.
Europeans Skeptical of Trump’s Claim that Iran to Blame in Tanker Attack
June 15, 2019
U.S. officials released a video supposedly showing Iran’s Revolutionary Guard removing an unexploded limpet mine from one of the vessels. The black-and-white footage, as well as still photos released by the U.S. military’s Central Command on Friday, appeared to show the limpet mine on the Japanese-owned Kokuka Courageous, before a Revolutionary Guard patrol boat pulled alongside the ship and removed the mine.
Zionist Meltdown as Oman Tanker Stunt fails to Manipulate Oil Futures Markets
June 17, 2019
Let’s start with the failure of the false flag attack of the coast of Oman. U.S. naval intelligence and CIA sources followed the money to see who benefits from this attack. The trail led to the Rothschild-owned Glencore commodities company in Switzerland, which had positioned itself to profit from a spike in oil futures prices immediately before this attack took place.
Arrests Made as Iran Reportedly Busts “Large” CIA-Run Network
June 17, 2019
Iran has dismantled a CIA-run "large US cyber-espionage" network, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) reported, citing the secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani. “Given the cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and other countries in creating an 'international organisation to counter American espionage', we provided our partners with information that led to the disclosure and dismantling of a network of CIA officers, as well as detention and punishment of several spies in different countries”.

ZetaTalk Insight 6/30/2019: For all the speculation on who the culprit is that attacked empty oil tankers in the Straits of Hormuz, the guilty party has not even been mentioned or, apparently, suspected. It is certainly not Iran, who tried to assist the Norwegian crew and removed a dud mine from the side of the Japanese tanker to prevent it from exploding and doing further damage. The Israelis are likewise innocent despite their vocal animosity to Iran and attempts to get the US to go to war for them against Iran. The Saudis likewise were not the perpetrators, though they are Sunni where Iran is Shia and these sects have sustained an ancient battle for dominance in Islam.

The mines were placed on the tankers in port, where anyone could have access. In that some exploded below the water line, and others exploded above where a full tanker would have dropped the heavy boat more deeply into the water, it was not US drones or any missiles or torpedoes that caused the damage. The attack was against traffic in the Gulf, as the broad range of victims covered many nationalities – Japan, Norway, Saudi Arabia twice, United Arab Emirates, and the Marshall Islands – but primarily the victims were Arab oil producing states.

What would be the outcome of reduced traffic through the Straits of Hormuz? Iran would be forced to pipe overland, a huge infrastructure effort. Qatar and the United Arab Emirates would have no immediate alternative. Iraq and Saudi Arabia both have overland pipeline options. Turkey and ISIS have partnered in the past, on profits from oil exports from Syria. Erdogan and his son brokered oil for ISIS, trucked into Turkey from Syria, and hope their business will bloom once again as their overland pipeline is fully operational.

Argentina Power Outage

A massive power outage affecting all of Argentina, all of Uruguary and Paraguay, and portions of southern Brazil and Chile struck in the early morning hours on June 16. It was a failure in the “interconnection system” of the Yacyreta dam on the Rio Uruguay, with a power surge implied. This means yet another EMP incident in this region, like the Itaipu Dam in 2009. The S American roll is in process, and rock layers under stretch emit electronic screech, which attracts EMP. The Zetas confirm.

Massive Electrical Failure Cuts Power to Argentina and Uruguay
June 16, 2019
Areas of Brazil and Paraguay were also impacted by the outage, which happened just after 7:00 am. The cause of the massive outage was unknown at the time, while reports suggested it was due to a grid failure.
‘Never before’: Millions left Without Power as Argentina & Uruguay hit by Nationwide Blackouts
June 16, 2019
Entire cities descended into darkness as a massive, first-of-its-kind blackout swept across Argentina and Uruguay over the weekend. The blackout itself, which affected as many as 44 million people, started at 7:07am local time on Sunday. It took the company around 10 hours to restore services to households after 5:30pm.

Blackout in South America Raises Questions about Power Grid
June 17, 2019
While the precise cause has yet to be established, the blackout originated at a transmission point between two power stations in the country’s northeast “when the system was getting too much power,” A chain of events then caused a total disruption.
Argentina and Uruguay Reel after Massive Power Outage
June 17, 2019
The blackout was prompted by a failure in an electrical grid that serves both Argentina and Uruguay. The outage was linked to a failure in the transmission of electricity from the Yacycretá hydroelectric dam. The exact cause of this failure was unclear. The distribution of drinking water had been affected by the outage.
Yacyreta Dam: A Monument to Corruption
The Dam, located on the Paraná River, is a collaborative effort between Argentina and Paraguay. Widely regarded as a monument to corruption, the project has thus far been plagued with political delays, corruption, disputes, and abuses/repression of the effected. Heavily funded by both the World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank — the dam has so far cost $10 billion.

ZetaTalk Confirmation 6/30/2019: As we have repeatedly stated, and as the Earth changes in S America have repeatedly shown, the S American roll is pulling the eastern side of S America into a bow. This will eventually widen the bay at Buenos Aires but at the current time is stretching the land in that region so that river bottoms are almost perpetually in an electronic screech. River bottoms are weak points in the crust, thus the crust sags there and allow water to pool. But until Nibiru is admitted, officially, poor construction will be blamed for all these failures.

In 2009 the Itaipu dam on the Argentina/Paraguay border had an EMP incident which was admitted by the Brazilian Energy Minister, who stated the failure was caused by an “atmospheric phenomena”. The Minas Gerais region has recently had earthen dam failures due to the stretch. Now we have another EMP incident at the Yacyreta Dam in which the officials state the interconnection point at the dam was “getting too much power”, which is shorthand for an EMP, a pulse.