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Bitcoin Expert: “I’m Giving Away $1 Million to Prove a Point!”

Kicking yourself for missing out on the recent Bitcoin boom? You’re not the only one. While 2017 saw some of the biggest returns on record (WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he’s seen a whopping 50,000% return from his initial investment), some financial analysts still say cryptocurrencies are a fad.

But others insist we haven’t seen anything yet. They expect 2018 to be the biggest year yet for Bitcoin investors.

Teeka Tiwaari Bitcoin WebinarTeeka Tiwari is one of them.

A 25-year veteran of the financial markets, Teeka began at Shearson Lehman Bros at age 18. He would go on to become one of the youngest vice presidents in the history of the company. Teeka would then start a successful hedge fund, making millions for himself and his clients.

Eventually, that wasn’t enough. Teeka knows money. It’s a challenge he was after. That’s what made Bitcoin so attractive to him.

He became a cryptocurrency expert early on, traveling over 50,000 miles building relationships with the founders, CEOs, and investors behind some of the biggest cryptocurrency success stories. Today, he is one of the foremost Bitcoin experts in the financial industry.

Since last year, his picks have yielded some exceptional gains…2,050% in 13 months…582% in 8 months…and an incredible 14,354% in 6 months.

There’s no doubt that these returns are impressive. But most Americans who were hesitant to invest in Bitcoin believe these are a fluke. They don’t think we’re likely to see numbers like this ever again. And in a way, they’re right.

According to Teeka Tiwari, the Bitcoin gains of 2017 were just the appetizers for 2018. He believes the biggest investment opportunities are still on the horizon. And he wants you to join him.

Beginning October 26th, Bitcoin expert Teeka is holding a free, one-week-only training event to help you get started making serious money from cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin.

This unique training includes:

  • Teeka’s “Cryptocurrency Academy” video training series. He’ll personally walk you through how to invest in any cryptocurrency, even if you have no prior experience.
  • A complete breakdown of the exact investment strategy Teeka has used to help him spot multiple 1,000%-plus winners.
  • A live Q&A session with Teeka where he’ll answer your question so that you can get started with confidence.
  • A special 90-minute emergency briefing on November 2nd: Teeka and a special mystery guest – one of the co-founders of the second-most-popular cryptocurrency on the market – will reveal why cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin could experience another major breakout beginning January 2018… Plus, Teeka will share the name of a cryptocurrency he calls “the next big thing.”
  • Finally, and this is big… You’ll have the chance to claim your portion of free Bitcoin during our $1 million dollar Bitcoin Giveaway. Teeka’s so bullish on Bitcoin, he’s buying $1 million (yes, $1,000,000) worth of Bitcoin and giving it away during his emergency briefing.

How can you claim your portion of the $1 million dollar Bitcoin Giveaway?

It’s simple. Everyone who attends the emergency briefing on November 2nd will have the chance to claim a portion of this money.

Just to be clear, this is actual Bitcoin that you’ll be able to put straight into your account. You’ll have the chance to stake a claim in the most valuable cryptocurrency on the planet – one that Teeka believes is on the verge of a major breakout.

All you have to do is show up for the event and you’ll get all the details.

And just to show you how serious it is, Teeka wants to give you a FREE GIFT just for registering for this once-in-a-lifetime event: A seven-part special report, Why Cryptocurrencies Are the Smartest Speculation You Can Make Today.

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WikiLeaks Founder Reveals 50,000% Bitcoin Returns

Julian Assange, founder of the controversial WikiLeaks organization, has been trapped in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy since 2012. But his financial troubles began two years prior.

That’s when Senators McCain and Lieberman pushed Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, and others to form a so-called “banking blockade” against WikiLeaks. This led to WikiLeaks going from nearly $1 million in donations in December 2010 to almost $0 by January 2011.

But according to Assange, this was the best thing that could’ve happened to them.

Though the exact date of WikiLeaks’ initial bitcoin investment is unclear, experts estimate that rise of this cryptocurrency has led them to returns in the neighborhood of $472 million. And though these numbers are certainly impressive, they could only be the beginning.

As we said, bitcoin has seen an unprecedented rise in recent months. But if you ask leading cryptocurrency experts like Teeka Tiwari, 2018 is set to be the biggest year yet for bitcoin investors. Especially when you consider some of his recent picks have yielded 14,354% returns in as little as six months.

Now, Teeka says bitcoin investors are done with their “appetizers.” Indeed, 2018 will be the “main course” when it comes to cryptocurrency for those savvy enough to capitalize on the opportunity. And if you’ve been sheepish on bitcoin, he has an offer you can’t afford to miss…

Starting on October 26th, Teeka will be holding an industry-first 7-day training event. If you’re serious about taking advantage of the bitcoin boom, or want to see just how lucrative cryptocurrency investing can be, then this is something you need to see.

I urge you to get all the details on this once-in-a-lifetime event, including how you can claim a portion of Teeka’s unprecedented $1 million bitcoin giveaway.

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Lyft Donates $1M to ACLU Amid #DeleteUber Controversy

Uber’s actions during President Trump’s immigration ban Saturday stirred an impromptu wave of people deleting the ride-hailing app from their phones, while the company’s chief rival made a donation to fight the blockade.

Uber angered some users by temporarily canceling surge pricing for rides from New York’s JFK Airport, which taxi drivers were briefly boycotting to voice their opposition to Trump’s “inhumane and unconstitutional” action.

“Surge pricing has been turned off at #JFK Airport. This may result in longer wait times. Please be patient,” Uber’s New York City operation said Saturday night on Twitter.

Angry users viewed the move as a bid to undercut taxi drivers who voluntarily relinquished lucrative fares to join the protest against the temporary detention of foreigners who were denied entry to the U.S. after arriving on planes.

An Uber spokeswoman said she did not know how many people had deleted Uber from their phones. “We’re sorry for any confusion about our earlier tweet—it was not meant to break up any strike. We wanted people to know they could use Uber to get to and from JFK at normal prices, especially last night,” the company said Sunday in a statement.

Hours after the controversy popped, fierce rival Lyft announced that it would donate $1 million to the American Civil Liberties Union, which is battling Trump’s ban on travelers from certain primarily Muslim countries.

Lyft’s co-founders aggressively assailed the Trump policy, while Uber’s CEO was mildly critical.

“Banning people of a particular faith or creed, race or identity, sexuality or ethnicity, from entering the U.S. is antithetical to both Lyft’s and our nation’s core values,” Lyft co-founders John Zimmer and Logan Green said in a blog post. “We stand firmly against these actions, and will not be silent on issues that threaten the values of our community.”

In a mini essay on Facebook addressing Trump’s action, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick did not address the #deleteuber movement or the JFK ride policy, but he pledged to address the matter Friday in a pre-scheduled meeting with the president. He said Uber would compensate any affected drivers who are stuck outside the U.S. for three months due to Trump’s action.

Kalanick recently agreed to join a group of American CEOs to advise the president.

“While every government has their own immigration controls, allowing people from all around the world to come here and make America their home has largely been the U.S.’s policy since its founding. That means this ban will impact many innocent people,” he said.

He added: “I understand that many people internally and externally may not agree with that decision, and that’s OK. It’s the magic of living in America that people are free to disagree. But whatever your view please know that I’ve always believed in principled confrontation and just change; and have never shied away (maybe to my detriment) from fighting for what’s right.”

A group representing New York taxi drivers called on Uber and Lyft drivers to join cab drivers in a protest Sunday afternoon at Battery Park City.

“The fight continues!” the New York Taxi Workers Alliance said on Facebook.

Source: USA Today

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BREAKING – Five People Dead in Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

DEVELOPING – Five people are dead and a shooting suspect is in custody Friday after a lone gunman opened fire at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida without saying a word, witnesses and authorities say.

At 2:30 p.m. local time, the TSA said there was another active shooter at the airport and that all terminals were closed. Law enforcement officials would not confirm it.

The suspect in custody was identified as Esteban Santiago, Florida Sen. Bill Nelson told reporters. He said Santiago was carrying a military ID, but did not elaborate.

Eight people were rushed to hospitals, the Broward County Sheriff said.

“It was very surreal,” John Schlicher, a witness, told Fox News. “He did not say a word.” He described the shooter as a slender man with dark hair, likely in his 30s, wearing a Star Wars T-shirt.

While speaking to Shepard Smith live on Fox News, Schlicher said he heard crews ordering passengers to take cover. He spoke over the phone while ducked down on the floor.

“He was shooting people that were down on the ground, too,” Schlicher said.

The gunman apparently got down on the ground and waited for police to arrive after he ran out of bullets, a witness told CBS News.

The office of Florida Gov. Rick Scott said state law enforcement have not confirmed a motive behind the shooting. Scott is traveling to the scene to be briefed by law enforcement.

The ATF was responding to the scene. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson was monitoring the shooting and getting regular updates — part of standard practice, a federal law enforcement source told Fox News.

The airport is the 21st busiest in the United States and serves 21 different airlines. Nearly 2.5 million people passed through the airport in November, according to a county government report.

Source: Fox News

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DirecTV Drops Channel 5 News

On Tuesday, January 3, negotiations continued to restore Channel 5 to DirecTV, along with network affiliates in 25 other Hearst markets.

DirecTV dropped Hearst stations, including Channel 5 News, on January 1st, 2017 when negotiation talks failed. Hearst’s contract had expired at midnight Dec. 31, 2016.

 Channel 5 president and general manager, Braden Frantz, said in a media release DirecTV was making “unreasonable demands” by “seeking to carry our stations at below-market rates.”

Hearst had been warning viewers about a possible impasse since Dec. 27, MultiChannel News reported. Negotiations are continuing, said a Channel 5 spokesman.

“Following protracted negotiations, the efforts of Hearst Television, parent of WLWT, to achieve a new carriage agreement with DirecTV, reached an impasse, and, as a result, WLWT is now no longer being carried by DirecTV,” Channel 5 announced Sunday in a released headlined “WLWT Working To Renew Carriage On DirecTV.”

Frantz also said:

“Hearst has a long history of successfully concluding agreements with cable companies and other satellite distributors with no disruption of service to viewers.  Unfortunately, the DirecTV negotiating team is seeking the right to carry our stations at below market rates, which is neither fair nor reasonable given the significant investments we have made to deliver top tier programming to our viewers.”

“We regret the inconvenience DirecTV’s demands have imposed on its subscribers, and we will keep you fully informed of developments.”

Frantz reminded viewers that Channel 5 can be received free over-the-air with an antenna, or from competing companies, if they decide to switch from DirecTV.

Greater Cincinnati viewers can research types of a TV antenna at this link, Frantz said.  He also said viewers could “contact DirecTV regarding the inconvenience caused by its unreasonable demands (by calling) DirecTV customer service at 1-800-531-5000.”

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Gorillas, Guns, and the Anti-Human Agenda

An animal protection watchdog group Tuesday called on federal authorities to hold the Cincinnati Zoo responsible for the death of an endangered western lowland gorilla.

The zoo’s director, Thane Maynard, said Monday it remains safe for its 1.6 million annual visitors despite a weekend tragedy in which a gorilla was fatally shot to protect a 4-year-old boy who had entered its exhibit. But, he added that a review is underway to determine any improvements that can be made.

Maynard said the powerful gorilla was agitated and disoriented by the commotion during the 10 minutes after the boy fell and that the zoo stands by the decision to shoot 17-year-old Harambe. The boy was taken to a hospital and released Saturday evening; his family said he was “doing just fine” in a statement Sunday. He hasn’t been identified publicly.

The Cincinnati-based Stop Animal Exploitation NOW said the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which inspects zoo facilities, should fine the zoo for violating the Animal Welfare Act by having an exhibit in which people can gain access to animals. The zoo didn’t immediately respond Tuesday to requests for comment.

Tanya Espinosa, a spokeswoman for the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, said Tuesday there wasn’t an investigation open yet, but that the service will “be looking into this incident.”

“The (zoo’s) barrier obviously isn’t sufficient to keep the public out,” the watchdog group’s executive director, Michael Budkie, told The Associated Press. “Otherwise, Harambe wouldn’t be dead.”

He said the zoo has had past issues, including in March, when two polar bears wandered through an open den door into a service hallway The zoo reported March 16 that zoo visitors were moved for safety after a male and female bear entered the behind-the-scenes service area, but remained contained.

Zoo staff moved the bears back to their main containment area with two hours, the zoo said at the time, adding that there were no injuries to bears or people.

Jack Hanna, host of “Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild,” said the zoo made the right call by shooting the gorilla. Hanna said he saw video of the gorilla jerking the boy through the water and knew what would happen if the animal wasn’t killed.

“I’ll bet my life on this, that child would not be here today,” Hanna told WBNS-TV.

In an interview with Boston television station WFXT, conservationist and television host Jeff Corwin suggested that the boy’s family should shoulder some of the blame, saying “zoos aren’t your babysitter.”

“I don’t think this happened in seconds or minutes. I think this took time for this kid, this little boy, to find himself in that situation. Ultimately it’s the gorilla that’s paid this price,” he said.

A Cincinnati police spokesman said Sunday that no charges against the parents were being considered. A spokeswoman for the family said Monday they had no plans to comment.

“I do think there’s a degree of responsibility they have to be held to,” said Kate Villanueva, a mother of two children from Erlanger, Kentucky, who started the “Justice for Harambe” page and attended a Monday vigil for the gorilla outside the Cincinnati Zoo.

The Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas, where Harambe spent most of his life, said its staff is deeply saddened by the gorilla’s death. Harambe was sent to Cincinnati less than two years ago in hopes he would eventually breed with gorillas there.

Jerry Stones, facilities director at Gladys Porter Zoo raised Harambe since birth and has worked with the gorilla’s family since they first entered the U.S., the Brownsville Herald reported. He spoke Monday about his relationship with Harambe.

“He was a character. . He grew up to be a beautiful, beautiful animal, never aggressive and never mean,” Stones said, according to the newspaper. “He would tease the heck out of people and would do things to irritate you just like some kids.”

Stones said he would take Harambe home with him when the gorilla was a baby and let him sleep on his bed, according to KRGV-TV.

There are critics of the zoo’s decision to kill Harambe. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said the zoo should have had better barriers between humans and the gorillas.

Maynard said the atmosphere following the incident is “very emotional.”

“Not everyone shares the same opinion and that’s OK,” he said. “But we all share the love for animals.”

Maynard said the zoo has received messages of support and condolences from around the world, including from other zoo directors and gorilla experts. He said zoo visitors have been leaving flowers at the exhibit and asking how they could support gorilla conservation.

Frankly, it’s pretty disturbing (but not at all surprising) that “social justice warriors” and bleeding-heart Liberals want to make this out to be some sort of national tragedy. After all, this gorilla’s rights were violated. It deserved due process and its day in court. All on the taxpayers’ dime.

In an era where bandwagon outrage is the national pastime and social activism is a funhouse mirror distortion of its former self, people would prefer that the little boy had died. At least that way they could write the mother off as a victim and light a candle for her kid.

It’s anti-human.

These are the same people who think Cecil the lion was the star of “The Lion King” and that bears in the wild act like Winnie the Pooh. I didn’t know him personally, but I’m willing to bet Cecil would have mauled his biggest fan without a moment’s hesitation. Why? Because that’s what big cats do.

The hard truth is that nature is cruel. We try to sugarcoat it as best as we can. And that’s fine.

But as a proud member of “Team People,” I’m shooting the gorilla. Not because I want to. But because it’s the only logical choice.

I’d rather explain to my child why the gorilla had to die – to save a human life – than spend years trying to erase the trauma that likely comes from watching a small boy be torn limb from limb.

So we ask you, dear reader… If you’re the one holding the gun, do you pull the trigger? Leave a comment and let us know.

Source: AP