The Pentagon Was Shocked At What President Trump Told President Duterte

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U.S. President Donald Trump called Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on April 29, 2017 and their conversation revolved around the problem with North Korea and with Kim Jong Un's nuclear ambition.

Pentagon officials however are in shock after a transcript of their conversation was released on May 23, 2017. Pentagon officials are very careful about discussing the movement of their submarines as is it their military's belief that their stealth is the key to their mission.

In their conversation, President Trump told President Duterte that the U.S. has two nuclear submarines in the area. Trump said: "We have two submarines -- the best in the world -- we have two nuclear submarines -- no that we want to use them at all."


They also talked about China and how China is the key to keeping North Korea in check. Duterte said he will call China's President Xi Jinping. Duterte told Trump: "I will try to make a call to President Xi Jinping and I will try to tell him if …

Potential New Pyramid Scam in the Philippines - One Lightning Corporation

The Securities and Exchange Commission just came out with a memo saying that it did not issue a secondary license to One Lightning and its affiliates to publicly offer or sell securities or solicit investments from the public.

One Lightning Corporation has been very active in promoting its business with several members showing how much money they got back on their investment.

As with any Multi-Level Marketing company, the first thing to look into if it is legitimate is the business model and how they make money and how you are paid. If you are paid from recruiting people into the business, it's a pyramid scheme.

Here's the business presentation of One Lightning Corporation. Their whole premise is that the reason they can give a big payout is because they share 70% of the profit of the company to distributors.


Here is a presentation by the President of the company Kenji Ito.


Here's a video presentation that explains why they think it's a scam.


Is One Lightning Corporation a scam? From what I heard so far, it looks like it is. Their business model reminds me of the other pyramid scams in the 1990s and 2000s like Multi-Tel, Tibayan Group and G. Cosmos. But, I could be wrong.

While it is enticing to try to make a lot of money quickly, it is also important to make sure you are not just throwing money away. Sometimes, slow and sure is better. Remember, if it's too good to be true, it probably is.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Tang ina ka ang bobo mo wala kang alam
Defensive.
Anonymous said…
Malaki market sa pinas. Madami tanga eh.

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