zaterdag 13 oktober 2018

CROOKED Hillary, Rosenstein IN HOT SOUP After Ex Prosecutor EXPOSED THIS From Fusion GPS Founder!!

Source: News Today

VN-migratieakkoord wil kritiek op immigratie bestraffen!

Door Realpredictor
(Door: Marcus Franz – Vertaling: E.J. Bron)
Het zogenaamde VN-migratieakkoord dient begin december in Marokko door de VN-leden ondertekend te worden. Het akkoord is een opeenhoping van frasen, waarin de menselijkheid, het humanisme en de verantwoordelijkheid van de VN worden bezworen. Het document bevat echter niet alleen mooie woorden, maar ook explosieve formuleringen, die de soevereiniteit van de naties en de rechten van de desbetreffende autochtone burgers bedreigen en beperken.
Wij de plichten, de anderen de rechten
De hele westelijke wereld is de geadresseerde van het akkoord. De ontwikkelde landen dienen een omvattende verantwoordelijkheid op zich te nemen, die tegelijkertijd een kneveling van de regeringen vormt, omdat zij a priori duidelijke rechten, maar geen echte plichten aan de grensoverschrijders geeft.
Nauwelijks in het land van bestemming aangekomen, dient de migrant in elk opzicht minstens gelijkgesteld te worden met de autochtoon. Er zullen weliswaar grenscontroles mogen plaatsvinden, maar deze zijn tandeloos en hebben eigenlijk geen zin, want in principe zijn volgens deze declaratie alle migranten namelijk geen illegale immigranten meer, maar vooral mensen die het waard zijn om speciaal beschermd te worden, die in het land van bestemming speciale aandacht en verzorging behoeven.
Kritiek wordt de facto verboden
In het akkoord wordt er logischerwijs toe opgeroepen dat de mediale berichtgeving over de migratie positief vormgegeven moet worden. Je kunt tussen de regels van de declaratie doorlezen dat kritiek op de massa-immigratie ongenuanceerd als discriminatie of zelfs als hetze beschouwd zal worden.
Zodoende wordt de vrijheid van meningsuiting van de burgers in de doellanden al van tevoren beperkt, want met de verificatie van het akkoord onderwerpen de ondertekenaars zich aan deze regels. Dat impliceert dat kritische stemmen onvermijdelijk het gevaar lopen hiervan de juridische gevolgen te moeten dragen.

**WARNING** India Is Paving The Way for The Mark of The BEAST (Biometric Cashless Society)

Source: Seho Song

The Mark of the Beast System Takes Over India

Source: Wayne Levi Price

Something Unexplainable is Happening Worldwide! (2018-2019)'

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Oil Markets Take A Bearish Turn

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Oil markets appear to have taken a bearish turn as stock market volatility and reports of a significant inventory build from the EIA combined to drag prices down

Friday, October 12th, 2018

Oil prices seem to have stabilized after a steep selloff mid-week. Brent fell from around $85 to $80 over a two-day span, but prices were back up slightly in early trading on Friday. The global stock market plunge dragged down crude prices, but bearish figures from the EIA and OPEC accentuated the decline.

Stock markets pause after plunge. Global equities crashed this week, although finally seemed to gather their footing on Friday. Markets in Europe, Asia and the U.S. were up (at least at the time of this writing), and 
positive export data from China released on Friday helped sooth market concerns. Oil prices remain highly vulnerable to volatility in the financial markets.

EIA data bearish. The weekly data from the EIA magnified bearish sentiment, and the timing was poor given the worldwide decline in financials. The EIA reported a 6-million-barrel increase in crude oil inventories, while gasoline stocks also rose by 1 million barrels. Exports rose and imports fell, so the inventory increase cannot be chalked up to trade anomalies. Refinery utilization was sharply down – which helps explain the crude stock increase – but the uptick in gasoline inventories was not received well.

OPEC revises down demand for its crude. Rising U.S. production could give OPEC more breathing room. “OPEC revised its forecast for the call on OPEC in 2019 down by 270,000 to 31.8 million barrels per day due to the steep rise in non-OPEC supply. By contrast, OPEC production rose to 32.8 million barrels per day in September, despite falls in Iran and Venezuela,” Commerzbank wrote in a note. “Thus OPEC is currently producing roughly 1 million barrels per day more than will be needed next year, creating a substantial cushion for any further outages in Iran and Venezuela.”

IEA: Oil market to hit 100 mb/d. In its latest report, the IEA said that both supply and demand are closing in on 100 million barrels per day for the first time ever. The agency also said that there is no sign that peak demand is at all close as the drivers of demand growth are “very powerful.”

IEA: Oil market “under strain.” In the short run, the IEA said that “expensive energy is back,” and it could threaten economic growth. Rising production from Saudi Arabia over the last few months leaves the market “adequately supplied for now,” the IEA said, although because the gains have come at the expense of spare capacity, the market is now suffering from some strain. Meanwhile, the IEA also downgraded its oil demand forecast for 2019 from 1.4 to 1.3 million barrels per day, citing emerging market weakness.

Chevron looking to build or buy refinery on Gulf Coast. Chevron (NYSE: CVX) is looking to either build or purchase an oil refinery on the U.S. Gulf Coast in order to process all of the oil that it is producing in the Permian basin, according to 
Reuters. Chevron already has a downstream presence in Mississippi, and so is looking for a refining asset on the Houston Ship Channel. The interest highlights the knock-on effect of the surging shale production in West Texas. Rising downstream capacity is an outgrowth of abundant shale supply, with a particular focus by companies on processing light sweet crude.

BP open to higher cost projects. In a sign that pricing expectations are rising from within the oil industry. BP’s (NYSE: BP) CEO Bob Dudley 
said that his company is now planning investments based on a price of $60-$65 per barrel, a sharp increase from $50-$55 per barrel. Dudley said he does not expect prices to plunge again going forward, but the industry wouldn’t spend recklessly. “Are we now off to the races again with spending? My sense of the industry is it learned such a painful lesson,” Dudley said. “Capital discipline is really important.” Still, the rally in prices and the revised pricing target for BP suggests executives won’t be as tightfisted as they have been over the last few years.

Gas prices spike in Pacific Northwest after pipeline explosion. A natural gas pipeline owned by Enbridge (NYSE: ENB) exploded in British Columbia earlier this week, a critical artery that supplies much of the U.S. Pacific Northwest with natural gas. The incident caused a ripple effect, forcing at least four oil refiners in Washington to
curtail operations because they lacked the gas for electricity and steam. As a result, wholesale gasoline prices in the Pacific Northwest spiked.

Fallout from missing Saudi journalist spreads. The apparent murder of a Saudi journalist at the hands of the Saudi government – and perhaps with the direct involvement of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman – is threatening to isolate Riyadh. “The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul raises fresh questions about Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s reputation as a reformer and political developments pose a growing threat to the economic outlook,” said Jason Tuvey, an economist at Capital Economics, according to 
the Wall Street Journal.

Trump to meet Xi in November. The U.S. has 
decided to go ahead with a planned meeting between President Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jingping in November to see if they can overcome trade differences. Next week, the U.S. Treasury is expected conclude that China has not been manipulating its currency, which is seen as a small overture to China from Washington. There is an internal battle within the Trump administration on how hard of a line to take with China in regard to tariffs – some officials that oppose the trade war hope that the Trump-Xi meeting could lead to a breakthrough.

China’s car market stalls. The world’s largest car market is suffering from a slowdown. Last year, China sold 29 million cars, 70 percent more than the 17 million sold in the United States. However, in July and August, car sales fell compared to a year earlier, with indications that the decline continued into September. Car sales might actually even decline for the full year compared to 2017. Industry executives and analysts point to declining consumer sentiment in China, the U.S.-China trade war, volatility in China’s stock market and higher fuel prices, according to 
the FT.

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Global Intelligence Report - 12th October 2018

Libya’s self-fulfilling prophecy

Libya is one of those venues where Western oil majors are not only willing to risk insecurity, but they’re hedging on that very insecurity to get better deals. Investigative journalists on the ground in Libya, with access to sources that include NOC and Libyan National Army (LNA) officials, tell us that the security situation has reached its worst point since 2014, yet this is exactly the moment Italy’s Eni chooses to move on BP’s Libya assets. This is about exploration, and Eni is ready to boost its exposure precisely as Tripoli is burning, oil is under attack and the end game is looming in terms of the hope to hold elections that aren’t likely to happen.

Eni has agreed to acquire a controlling stake in BP’s assets here in order to resume oil exploration, and the timing is certainly not coincidental. This has everything to do with Italy’s new far-right, populist government for which Libya holds some significance. The new government wants more involvement in Libya for two reasons 1) being in this specific area will ostensibly help them control the flow of migrants into Italy; and 2) a rivalry with the French for control over Libya’s vast resources. This second point circles back to the intensifying insecurity. This is the point where both Italy and France hedge their bets on which groups in Libya they win control over to further their interests. France is definitively backing the LNA’s General Haftar, and Italy’s move on BP’s assets will complicate matters due to the rivalry between France and Italy. The unknown here is Italy’s new far-right government, which will push against the idea of trying to hold elections in Libya on December 10th—a notion France has fa
cilitated. Taking over BP’s assets, Italy just bought more influence over what happens next.

Back at home, where the new far-right government is causing a great deal of concern in EU markets due to what is commonly viewed as irresponsible fiscal policy, a small group of former government officials and independent analysts tell us that there is an alternative view shaping up here: The new government is trying to push the envelope with the EU and to test it with its new draft budget due out later this month. In trying to promote their nationalist, nominally anti-EU agenda the new Italian government is looking to prove that their financial status is none of Brussels concern and that Italy isn’t Greece. There is also some truth to this way of thinking, according to our sources. What few consider is the fact that Italy’s financial structure is propped up by criminal structures that are completely engrained in the Italian economy and serve as a buffer zone against a financial crisis.

Beware What Happens Next in Brazil

Brazilian run-off elections will be held on October 28, and this is where we see the continuation of the global populist wave as Brazilians tire of austerity, with far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro pegged to win. For investors, though, this is a mixed bag of intense uncertainty. While on the surface, Bolsonaro has indicated that he’s going to push privatization and open up a foreign investment bonanza in Brazil, digging a bit deeper beyond the rhetoric, his agenda is extremely vague. Most notably, he has also stated that Petrobras’ core assets would not be part of this drive. And when you talk about privatization in Brazil, it means nothing without Petrobras. The reality is that not even Bolsonaro has a solidified vision of what would happen to Petrobras if he wins elections. He has a variety of advisors from various camps who are fighting over this now, which means that the near-term status of the state-run company is dangerous uncertainty. As October 28 nears, it will become clearer which of Bolsonaro’s ad
visors come out on top—those who wish to privative to pay off debt, or those who wish to keep the nationalist structure. All of it will deeply affect the pre-salt contracts the supermajors have just won.

Chinese Crude Import Data Falls Flat

New shipping data shows that China halted U.S. crude oil imports in August amid intensifying bilateral tensions, while there are some indications that Chinese refiners have placed orders for U.S. crude in October. In the meantime, China has halted public reporting of the origin of its imports. Simultaneously, customs data from China shows that overall crude imports have high a four-month high, despite some concerns about China’s economic growth rate. We expect this data to be further skewed (despite no direct connection between tariffs and crude imports) by the U.S. arrest of a Chinese intelligence official on charges of economic espionage and theft of trade secrets from aerospace companies.

More from the global playbook …

Deals, Mergers & Acquisitions

-    Baker Hughes will buy a 5% stake in Emirati Adnoc’s drilling division for $550 million. The size of the deal values the whole company at $11 billion. This is the first time the Emirati company has sold a stake directly to a foreign company and it is part of the UAE’s plan of making better use of existing oil assets, including through stake sales.

-    London-listed Columbus Energy Resources has bought Steeldrum Oil Company, which has given it the rights to develop two oil fields in Trinidad with a combined production of 250,000 bpd. The acquisition is part of Columbus’ expansion plans for Trinidad, which is the largest oil and gas producer in the Caribbean but production has been on the decline since the 1990s.

-    Malaysian Hibiscus Petroleum has bought a 50% interest in two oil and gas blocks in the UK section of the North Sea, paying a total $37.5 million. Both blocks contain recent discoveries that are yet to be developed. The move is the latest in a string of acquisition in the legacy producing area that have seen Big Oil reduce its exposure to the North Sea, replaced by smaller, often private equity-backed companies.

Tenders, Auctions & Contracts

-    French Total and Algeria’s Sonatrach have inked a deal for the joint development of the Erg Issouane gas field, which, Total says, will require investments of $400 million. Another new agreement between the two will see the setting up of a joint venture that will build and operate a petrochemical complex in western Algeria. Algeria is a major gas producer and exporter to Europe.

-    Aramco and Total have signed a contract for the joint construction of a petrochemical complex in Saudi Arabia that will cost $5 billion. The facility will feature an ethylene cracker with a capacity of 1.5 million tons annually and will target the Asian polymer market, which is growing fast, according to Total’s chief executive Patrick Pouyanne.

-    Talos Energy is leading a consortium looking to partner with Pemex on the development of the Zama offshore project, where Talos struck oil in 2017. The estimated reserves of the discovery are 2 billion barrels of crude, of which 800 million barrels recoverable reserves. However, the reservoir may extend into a neighboring block whose development rights belong to Pemex, which plans to start drilling there in 2019.

Discovery & Development

-    Norway’ state oil and gas major Equinor said it has cut its planned investments in offshore projects by as much as $3.62 billion. The company managed to drive down costs by combining enhanced drilling efficiency and simplifying all processes involved in the projects’ development.

-    The U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control has granted BP and Serica Energy a license to continue operating the Rhum gas field in the North Sea, which is 50% owned by Iran. The companies have undertaken to suspend all payments from gas sales from the field for the Iranian side for the duration of the sanctions. The license will also allow BP and Serica to complete the deal for BP’s sale of its stake in Rhum to the UK company.

-    One of the most devastating storms in U.S. history, Hurricane Michael, shut in more than 40% of oil production capacity in the Gulf of Mexico but the interruption will be only short as the storm moved on before it had time to do any substantial damage to either platforms and rigs, or refineries on the Gulf Coast.

-    Mexico’s Pemex has announced seven new discoveries in the shallow waters of its side of the Gulf of Mexico, which may together hold around 180 million barrels of crude oil. The discoveries are conveniently close to existing production and transportation infrastructure but their development will still require quite a lot of investment—somewhere in the vicinity of $7-10 billion.

-    Russia’s Novatek said it had discovered a potentially major natural; gas field in the Gulf of Ob in the Arctic. The find is near Novatek’s operating Yamal LNG and also to its proposed Arctic LNG 2, which will be built across the Gulf of Ob from Yamal LNG. According to the company, the newly found deposit contains up to 320 billion cu m of natural gas.

Next week … insider insight into the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi allegedly at a Saudi consulate in Turkey and the fallout inside Riyadh.

Isaac Kappy Twitter Suspended, Back on GAB

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Exit From The Matrix: The greatest day of your life

by Jon Rappoport
Oh yes, there was such a day.
Maybe you were 10 years old, and it was summer, and you were running across a field and the sky suddenly opened up and you saw a huge future, as yet undefined. But it was there, and it was yours.
Unlimited possibility. Unlimited energy.
No one had yet told you imagination was just a toy. No one had said it was all fantasy and you should throw it away.
You were unbounded.
You were in the center of your own power, the only power that matters: your endless capacity to create and invent.
This is what I had in mind when I assembled my collection, Exit From The Matrix. This is exactly what I had in mind when I included an extensive set of imagination exercises a person can practice daily...
Because the expansion of imagination is the fountainhead from which New Life is launched.
It can happen at any time.
At any moment.
Problems and past history begin to dissolve in the light of what you can invent, in accordance with your deepest desires.
This is what freedom is for.
Everything I write has this basis: other people, so-called leaders and wise ones, employ their perverse version of creativity, to paint a mural of reality for you. And they say, "This is the world. There is nothing else."
But you can make the shift. You can take your creative power into your own hands and invent the reality you desire, and you can make it into fact in the world.
Here are the contents of my collection Exit From The Matrix:

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* Altered States, Consciousness, and Magic

* Beyond Structures

* The Mystery and Magic of Dialogue

* The Voyage of Merlin

* Modern Alchemy and Imagination

* Imagination and Spiritual Enlightenment

* Dissolving Stress

* The Paranormal Project

* Zen Painting for Everyone Now

* Past Lives, Archetypes, and Hidden Sources of Human Energy

* Expression of Self

* Imagination Exercises for a Lifetime

* Old Planet, New Planet, New Mind

* The Era of Magic Returns

* Your Power Revealed

* Universes Without End

* Relationships

* Building a Business for Success

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* The Role of Medical Drugs in Human Illness

* Longevity One: The Mind-Body Connection

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What has been called The Matrix is a series of layers. These layers compose what we call Reality. Reality is not merely the consensus people accept in their daily lives. It is also a personal and individual conception of limits. It is a perception that these limits are somehow built into existence. But this is not true.

What I've done here is remove the lid on those perceived limits. This isn't an intellectual undertaking. It's a way to open up space and step on to a new road, with new power.
Use this link to order Jon's Matrix Collections.
Jon Rappoport
The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED, EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, and POWER OUTSIDE THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world.
You can find this article and more at NoMoreFakeNews.


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Party Politics game

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“Enemies of Europe”


Dear Reader,
More bad news. 
Stocks across Europe tanked again today.
Specifically, Italian leaders claiming that the EU leadership are “enemies of Europe”.
This is all playing out exactly as Nick Hubble has been warning for months.
The Euro project is coming apart at the seams.
We could be close to another Lehman moment – with Italy triggering panic across the financial markets this time around.
How much do you stand to lose if that happens?
Nick O’Connor
Publisher, Southbank Investment Research

Kurkuma bestrijdt kanker beter dan chemotherapie. Dit is wat de wetenschap erover zegt

Dieneke Ferguson werd gediagnosticeerd met een agressieve vorm van bloedkanker en moest een aantal zware behandelingen ondergaan. Die sloegen niet aan.
Op internet las ze over een geneeskrachtig stofje in kurkuma. Ze besloot het in te nemen en nu heeft ze vrijwel geen kankercellen meer in haar lichaam, schreef de Daily Mail.
Na drie chemokuren en vier stamceltransplantaties was Dieneke ten einde raad. Op een forum las ze over curcuminetabletten.
Ze besloot een grote hoeveelheid in te slaan omdat ze naar eigen zeggen toch niets meer te verliezen had.
Vijf jaar lang slikte ze iedere dag een curcuminepil en daarnaast staakte ze haar reguliere behandelingen.
Tot verbazing van haar oncoloog nam het aantal kankercellen in haar lichaam zienderogen af. “Ik heb nog nooit zulke overtuigende resultaten gezien als bij haar,” zei hij.
Hij was zo onder de indruk van haar herstel dat hij een stuk over haar case heeft gepubliceerd in vakblad The BMJ.
Britse kankeronderzoekers bereikten eerder een belangrijke doorbraak door voor het eerst aan te tonen dat curcumine mogelijk effectiever is tegen kankercellen dan chemotherapie.
Tijdens een studie, die is gepubliceerd in het tijdschrift Cancer Letters, werd in eerste instantie gekeken of curcumine behandelingen met chemotherapie tegen darmkanker kan versterken.
De wetenschappers kwamen tot de ontdekking dat curcumine een veilig en effectief hulpmiddel is bij de behandeling van darmkanker.
De onderzoekers wezen erop dat curcumine in staat is om de stamcellen aan te vallen die aan de basis staan van kwaadaardige kankers.
De meest opvallende uitkomst van de nieuwe studie is dat curcumine kanker beter bestrijdt dan chemotherapie.
Chemotherapie (5-FU/oxaliplatin) blijkt 53 keer giftiger te zijn dan curcumine. Oxaliplatin is zelfs 122 keer giftiger dan curcumine. Je kunt je afvragen waarom curcumine dan niet op grote schaal wordt voorgeschreven aan darmkankerpatiënten.
Het probleem is dat er ongeveer 800 miljoen dollar nodig is om de benodigde klinische onderzoeken te doen en goedkeuring van de Amerikaanse geneesmiddelenautoriteit FDA te krijgen.


Trump’s List: 289 Accomplishments in Just 20 months, ‘Relentless’ Promise-Keeping

-Washington Examiner
“The Trump administration’s often overlooked list of achievements has surpassed those of former President Ronald Reagan at this time and more than doubled since the last tally of accomplishments after his first year in office,” Paul Bedard writes. As the President nears the two-year mark of his first term, “the administration has counted up 289 accomplishments in 18 categories, capped by the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.”

“The president chose all caps for his latest message - pretty justifiably,” Cortney O’Brien reports. “PASTOR BRUNSON JUST RELEASED. WILL BE HOME SOON!” President Trump tweeted. American Pastor Andrew Brunson “is being released from house arrest after two years and it seems he'll be coming home. President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were instrumental in the good news, O’Brien adds.

-The Washington Times
“President Trump said Hurricane Michael packed ‘tremendous power’ on its destructive path through Florida and Georgia, but fortunately is moving quickly so emergency crews can begin their work,” Dave Boyer reports. The President “said the Federal Emergency Management Agency, state authorities and electric company crews have already moved in to repair damage and help those left homeless.”

-The Daily Signal
Joined by pro football Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown, rapper Kanye West had a slate of agenda items to discuss with President Trump in his Oval Office visit this week, Fred Lucas reports. They included “urban revitalization, new workforce training programs, more manufacturing jobs, tax incentives to open businesses in underserved communities through the Opportunity Zone program, and crime in Chicago.”
-The Washington Times
Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, who was ceremonially sworn in as America’s 114th Supreme Court Justice at a White House ceremony on Monday, heard “oral arguments at the high court for the first time Tuesday in cases dealing with criminal matters where his vote is expected to have a big impact,” Alex Swoyer reports. Kavanaugh takes the seat of retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, who was appointed by President Reagan.

-Rolling Stone
“President Trump signed the eagerly anticipated Music Modernization Act into law at a ceremony at the White House on Thursday, in the most high-profile event for the music industry in several years,” Amy X. Wang writes in Rolling Stone. The MMA will close copyright loopholes and thus help songwriters get paid. “They were treated very unfairly. They’re not going to be treated unfairly anymore,” President Trump said.
-The Daily Caller
“President Donald Trump added his signature to the ‘Save Our Seas Act’ on Thursday, green-lighting an initiative to clean up eight million tons of debris from the planet’s oceans,” Jason Hopkins reports. “As president I will continue to do everything I can to stop other nations from making our oceans into their landfills,” President Trump said.  
-Washington Examiner
“President Trump has signed two bills into law to block insurers from enforcing ‘gag clauses’ that forbid pharmacies from telling customers about how they can pay less for drugs,” Kimberly Leonard reports. Americans deserve to know the lowest prices available at pharmacies—“and now that is what they are getting,” the President said.
-The Associated Press
“The U.S. is stepping up the fight against human trafficking until it can be stamped out ‘once and for all,’ President Donald Trump said Thursday, calling for an end to ‘modern slavery,’” The Associated Press reports. President Trump spoke at the annual meeting of the Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, which was held at the White House this week.