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Updates: Iran Bans US Dollars, Threatens to Expose Diplomats. Earthquake Swarm in California. Giant Crack Opens in Mexico. Hawaii’s Volcanic Destruction (Video)

Monday, May 14, 2018 13:23
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Swarm of earthquakes hits seismically active region along California border





The latest threats from Iran

Earth falling apart? A giant crack measuring more than 400 meters long and 4 meters deep opened up at the border between Tláhuac and Milpa Alta, two of the 16 boroughs of Mexico city, Mexico on May 10, 2018.

A swarm of small earthquakes hit a town near the U.S.-Mexico border Saturday and continued into Sunday…

When Trump withdrew from the Iran #nuclear deal on Wednesday, European companies were faced with a stark choice. Do they continue doing business in Iran and risk being prohibited from doing business with the United States and with any bank who does business with the United States? Or do they pull out of Iran? The answer to that question will become more clear in the next few weeks as Steve Mnuchin and the green eyeshades guys in Treasury begin to reimpose pre-2015 sanctions.

Claudio Grass returns to SGT Report to discuss precious metals and the war against humanity that’s being waged by the banking elite and their cultural Marxist proxy armies.

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(I have to say, Mnuchin is the first Treasury Secretary I’ve seen who seems positively gleeful about slapping malefactors with sanctions, I hope it becomes a tradition).

New giant crack measuring more than 400 meters appears in Mexico

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Swarm of #Earthquakes Strikes Seismically Active Region Along #California Border

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Swarm of earthquakes hits seismically active region along California border

A swarm of small earthquakes hit a town near the U.S.-Mexico border Saturday and continued into Sunday.

Dozens of quakes were reported in and around Ocotillo Wells in Imperial County, six of them larger than a magnitude 3, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The largest were felt in a scattering of locations in Imperial, San Diego and Riverside counties, according to the #USGS.

#Seismologist Lucy Jones said on Twitter that the quakes were occurring along the southern end of the San Jacinto fault system. She said the location was not far from the site of the 1987 Superstition Hills quake, which measured 6.6 magnitude.

Earthquake swarms are nothing new to Imperial County, which is one of more seismically active parts of California. Most of the quakes are small, but there also have been destructive ones.

In 1979, a magnitude 6.5 earthquake sent violent shaking into El Centro, injuring 91 and causing so much damage to the concrete Imperial County Services Building that it had to be demolished.

There was major damage to the irrigation system in the Imperial Valley, a desert region that is a prolific producer of salad vegetables during the winter. Levees lining the All-American Canal, which funnels water from the Colorado River, collapsed along an eight-mile stretch.

A #magnitude 5.4 temblor hit Brawley in 2012.

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