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originally posted by: Aallanon
About that wave on 11/11
This seems to be the excuse the MSM or TPTB are going with,
Researches have declared that they don’t think any large earthquake was responsible for the worldwide rumblings. Instead, they feel that an eruption of an underwater volcano was to blame. Well, according to scientists, it was “almost certainly” an underwater volcano, anyway…
Smells like a big slab of Bologna sausage to me.
On a country road in British Columbia’s Chilliwack Valley, a Chinese VIP gambler has spent years constructing a compound of incredible wealth, according to witnesses and sources with access to police intelligence.
If it was in Colombia or Mexico, the secluded five-acre property on Chadsey Road might pass for the set of a Netflix narcos drama.
WATCH: The B.C. compound police believe may be connected to “transnational drug trafficking”
No expense was spared in constructing the compound buildings, according to sources, and it is estimated the buildings store tens of millions of dollars worth of luxury cars, art and weapons.
The VIP who built the Chilliwack compound, and is related to the woman who owns it, according to B.C. property records, is 56-year-old Rongxiang “Tiger” Yuan.
Jin is the primary target of RCMP investigations, and police suspect Jin’s cash deliveries to high-rollers were related to “transnational drug trafficking,” the documents allege.
According to police sources, RCMP suspect a Chinese transnational gang connected to Jin and his associates are dominating the deadly fentanyl trade in Canada, and they are laundering criminal proceeds in Metro Vancouver casinos, real estate, and luxury vehicles.
Jin has not responded to questions from Global News about the allegations. Several of Jin’s alleged associates were charged in October 2017. But on Nov. 22, the Public Prosecution Service of Canada decided to stay the charges against them. The decision came two days after Global News asked for an update on the case. But the Service would not comment, and referred questions about Jin and the investigation to the RCMP.
“Charges were stayed for several reasons that materialized during the course of the file; the nature of which will not be discussed … given operational sensitivities.”
Sources with knowledge of Tiger Yuan and his associates said it is claimed that he made his fortune in China as one of the world’s biggest aluminum exporters.
“Tiger is in ‘mining’ or ‘restaurants,’ depending on who you ask,” one source said.
Sources say compound rooms contained pallets stocked with weapons, including vintage machine guns, and ammunition. Intelligence has linked Yuan to China’s military. And one law enforcement source said concerns remained that Yuan owned both a gun shop in B.C. and one of Canada’s largest personal firearms collections.
“Tiger Arms in Port Coquitlam is one of many firearms retailers that is owned by Chinese nationals or permanent residents. The owner is possibly still a colonel in the PLA,” one source said, using the acronym for the People’s Liberation Army.
“Chadsey is massive. A full firing range below. Huge gun vault upstairs. More than 850 guns.”
Tiger Yuan doesn’t live at the property but he entertains fellow Chinese businessmen and hunting enthusiasts there, sources said.
in a phone interview, a man who described himself as a manager of Tiger Arms, confirmed much of the information that police sources point to about Tiger Yuan’s background and the Chilliwack compound.
“I have heard from some of his friends that he is a war hero,” said the Tiger Arms employee, who asked not to be named.
The employee said Yuan’s Chilliwack property displays incredible wealth, including up to about 40 high-end cars stored in an underground garage, and that Yuan reportedly became extremely wealthy in aluminum mining.
Yuan spends a lot of time in Mainland China and the United States, and almost never visits his gun shop in Port Coquitlam, the employee said.
But another source said the gated property was “patrolled by dogs and drones.” Whenever Tiger Yuan was at the property he was constantly accompanied by two young men who opened doors and monitored his interactions with guests, multiple sources with access to RCMP databases and witness accounts said.
One source said a third man with a police record and facing a deportation order served as a “meat-shield.” Another said construction materials for the compound were driven onto the property for years, and it was believed a contractor was paid to keep the project going with a steady stream of wire transfers.
According to shipping data, in 2013, during the reported construction period, the property was linked to a shipping container from Beijing that travelled between South Korea and Seattle, carrying about 8,520 kilograms of goods, including “personal items, cabinet, sofa, chairs.”
Meanwhile, according to police intelligence, Tiger Yuan and a number of River Rock Casino VIPs are wildlife hunting enthusiasts in B.C., and Tiger Yuan likes to entertain associates on hunting excursions.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
Underground explosions have a unique seismographic signature.
originally posted by: crankyoldman
How does the NPC class explain this:
"Nine shareholders in Uranium One just happened to provide more than $145 million in donations to the Clinton Foundation in the run-up to State Department approval." (clinton foundation charity that is down 90% in "donations)
originally posted by: crankyoldman
originally posted by: tiredoflooking
Does anyone remember reading about this at the time?? I must have missed it...somehow...
Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey
08 Dec 2010 at 15:00
Wikileaks, the US secret bunker, the Gulf of Aden Vortex: Contact made?
See more at www.pravdareport.com...
Link to original can be found through this tweet since we cannot link the original source here.
This reminds me of something Cranky pointed out a while back, that I never stop thinking about.
A wikileaks email release of a Huma, I think, email that talked about a weird tour at an airforce base that had VERY odd wording. Otherwordly almost. Something to do with a Tilapia museum and being in the van for hours but transporting elsewhere.
Cranky any hints of search words for that? I can't seem to find it again...
The "menu" for a HRC dinner of some sort. The invitation was riddled with Tlapia references, I assumed had zero to do with the fish in question - Tlapia is not that interesting. It did reference The Air Force Tlapia Museum which.. errr. well.