Atlas Weekly Digest April 30th


Does Blockchain belong to Russia?

This week, at the meeting of the International Standards Organization, members were surprised when they learned that the head of the Russian delegation, Grigory Marshalko, worked for the F.S.B., the intelligence agency that is the successor to the K.G.B. His answer to their inquiries about blockchain in Russia were even more surprising, as he stated “Look, the internet belongs to the Americans — but blockchain will belong to us.”


Syrian Chemical Attack Victims Speak Out

This week, self-proclaimed witnesses of the attack and local medical workers spoke out, essentially stating they saw no evidence of chemical weapons usage. One paramedic working at the local hospital stated, “The panic seen in footage provided by the White Helmets was caused mainly by people shouting about the alleged use of chemical weapons, Nasrim, who witnessed the chaotic scenes, added. No patients, however, displayed symptoms of chemical weapons exposure

Trump Hits GDP Targets

While on the campaign trail candidate Trump was mocked for his 3% GDP growth targets, it appears he has delivered. This week it was reported that growth over each of the last 4 quarters is at 2.9% annualized, which means a small increase over the summer will ensure the President hit his target. This growth starkly contrasts growth under President Obama. During Obama’s second term, annual GDP growth averaged just 2.3%. In Obama’s final year, growth fell to just 1.8%.

JOY REID SPARKS controversy, covers up with lies

Joy Reid, a well known host of the left-leaning MSNBC news network, sparked controversy this week after anonymous web browsers brought attention to blog posts from 2006 in which the leftist host proclaimed disgust at the thought of two grown men kissing. When other outlets began pouring over her past, instead of apologizing for her so-called homophobia, Reid pinned the posts on racist hackers aiming to besmirch her public image. Her veneer of falsehoods fell apart, however, once the FBI opened an inquiry based on her allegations. Fearing legal reprisal, Reid backed off the claims but continues to maintain she never wrote the blog posts clearly attributed to her. As of today, she has not been fired or indicted for her repeated mendacity. 


Sprint & T-Mobile Merge

This week two of the largest cellular carriers in the US announced plan to merge, creating a single $146 Billion Wireless Giant With 127 Million Customers. While historically, companies have been careful not to consolidate into behemoths at risk of "trust-busting," the lack of action in recent years has eomboldened many companies looking to gain an edge at economies of scale. The planned merger is priced at $26 billion, which values Sprint at $6.64 per share.

Does Bill Gates Know Something?

In a somewhat rare statement, Bill Gates warned this week that a lack of preparation could lead to millions of deaths in an impending epidemic. He cited a "significant probability of a large and lethal modern-day pandemic occurring in our lifetimes." Gates may be on to something, as this flu season ends it will go down as one of the worst since 2005, with vaccines only achieving 36% effectiveness. The Spanish Flu of 1918 killed between 20-40 million, and while the number hospitalized this past season was only in the tens of thousands, the right mutation at the wrong time could create a virus capable of killing many more.


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Google & North Korea

This week Q yet again tied Google and Eric Schmidt to North Korean Diplomatic efforts. Previously, he hinted that Google had been responsible for their telecom networks, citing this as the reason Kim Jong Un traveled to China in person, rather than simply phoning Xi. The events in the news only seem to reinforce Q's assertion that relations have been purposefully sabotaged by operatives in or around past administrations.

Cleaning out the Deep State

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This week, Q responded to several users expressing their frustration that prosecution of the persons in question had not yet occurred. Q responded by stating that the high level resignations at the FBI and pressure on the DOJ (referenced in Saturday's rally speech) were necessary to ensure that the institutions responsible for prosecution, were acting in an unbiased manner.

Iran, U1, and Syria

Today, Q suggested that the Uranium One scandal, Iran, and Syria were all linked as he stated that Iran had created a satellite nuclear facility somewhere in Northern Syria. This comes on the heels of today's announcement that Isreal has accused Iran of skirting the deal which is set to expire unless Trump signs it. Q has long said that 

Where is Podesta?

While Q has previously insinuated that John Podesta and his brother may be the subject of several sealed indictments, this week Kohn appeared as a paid talking head for none other than..... Ancient Aliens. The show referenced Tom Delonge's "To the Star Academy" which is billed as disclosure project with several incredibly notable ex-government and military officials. They type that would probably know if there were aliens. On the show Podesta notably stated that had Hillary Clinton won the election, an ET presence on Earth would have finally been disclosed to the American public. Would the basket of deplorables have been trusted with this info?


Mark kilaghbian