The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Fed (USA) 1 Germany 0: Eurozone leader gives up on getting its gold back from central bank

Under growing public pressures, Germany had called for a repatriation of their offshore gold reserves being held in French, British, and U.S. central banks back in 2012.  However, because the Fed claimed ‘logistical’ issues in delivering it back to them, the Eurozone leader had to accept a seven year shipping schedule from the U.S. to ever have it returned.

And now, on June 23, Germany suddenly appears to have changed their mind, and are telling the Fed (which had only repatriated a whopping 5 tons out of 300 in 2013) that they no longer want their gold shipped back home, and happily trust in the central bank’s word that they have their gold holding secure.

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Healthcare Fail: U.S. system considered the worst though it costs the most

Even without the implementation of Obamacare, the American healthcare system has been on the decline for several years.  And as with most government managed systems, which includes both education and the Veterans Administration, the cost of America’s healthcare is the highest costing in the developed world, while being the worst for treatment and care.

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China forms new trade agreement with Britain outside the dollar

It seems almost to be a daily occurrence now that both Russia and China are finalizing new trade agreements with nations that will facilitate the use of their own currencies in trade settlements, and bypass the dollar system that has stood for more than 40 years.  But on June 19, this trend ratcheted up to a whole new level when China signed a deal with America’s biggest ally Britain that will allow direct trade between the two nations using only the Pound and Renminbi.

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Putin adviser offers new plan against the dollar to force U.S. out of Ukraine

Remember Ukraine, economic sanctions, and John Kerry’s pointed finger?  Those seem a long time ago in the world of 24 hour mainstream media.  But contrary to the lack of coverage in the U.S., objectives are being formulated right now in Russia over the Ukrainian problem, with Putin’s close adviser Sergey Glazyev offering a new idea on just how to get the U.S. and NATO off Russia’s border.

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Americans renouncing citizenship up 25% over 2013 in just the first six months

In 2013, approximately 750 Americans officially renounced their citizenship, and followed through with the paperwork to divest themselves from U.S. sovereignty.  However, because of political and economic reasons that have carried over into 2014, the number of Americans who have renounced their citizenship this year has already surpassed all of last year, and in fact, has increased that number by 25% in just the first six months of 2014.

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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Economic sanctions by U.S. will increase flight away from dollar

A week after Russia and China signed off on the world’s largest energy deal in history, more Russian companies are seeing the East as the future of business, and this primarily includes trusting in the Renminbi over as the currency of choice.

And in a recent report on the shift away from the U.S. and the reserve currency, Russia is using economic sanctions as justification for the move, and are set to increase trade away from the dollar each time the U.S. imposes a new sanction.

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Vegas cop killers declare, “The revolution has begun”

On June 8, another shooting spree took place in Las Vegas, NV, with two police officers and one civilian being gunned down before law enforcement ended the lives of the two assailants.

However, what is most interesting about this violent act was the words spoken by killers after shooting two police officers in a downtown restaurant.  As they stole the officers gear, and left the building, they were heard to have said…
“tell the police the revolution has begun.”

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Pension shortfalls force states to put retirees money at risk

If there is one thing most politicians fail at, it is their ability to project and plan for the future, when it often more beneficial to their careers to sell out for today.  And because politicians for the most part are tied to 2-4 year election cycles, it rarely behooves them to make policies that are beneficial to constituents over the long run, and instead are more apt to sacrifice the future for their political present.

Because of the inflated housing bubble of the mid 2000′s, states were saturated with tax revenues and budget surpluses.  Yet instead of trusting history that validates that all economic cycles go both up and down, they spent this money like drunken sailors and even mortgaged their budgetary future through debt and the belief that the good times would never go away.  Because of this, state pension funds, which were primarily driven by municipal bonds and equity stocks, cratered hard during the Great Recession that began in 2009.  And five years later, these retirement funds have not yet recovered in nearly all regions within the United States.

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Russia adds another feather to its cap in war against the dollar

In the business world, there are three ways to conduct a transaction.  First, there is a negotiated plan where both sides achieve exactly what they want and are happy with the terms of the deal.  Secondly, there are deals that involve one side offering incentives to the other side, giving the second party a short-term advantage in the hopes by the first party that they will win out in the long-term.

Then there is the take it or leave it proposal, where original agreements are torn up and one side chooses to renegotiate terms based on their inherent or earned power over the other party.  It is this third option that Russia’s oil conglomeration is now offering first voluntarily to its customers, and later with the intrinsic threat that those who choose not to accept the new terms will be forced to cede to them in the future, or find an alternative that will be far more costly.

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ECB to kill savers with new Negative Interest Rate Policy

After two years of continuous jawboning, the head of the European Central Bank (ECB) finally acted and laid down a new policy that will destroy savers and anyone who wishes to protect their cash in the fiat currency system.

On June 5, Mario Draghi lowered the interest rate for banks to a negative interest rate in an attempt to stave off the massive deflation that was creeping into the EU and in essence, kick the can down a pathway in which there is no return.

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Thursday, June 5, 2014

Apple jumps on the Bitcoin bandwagon

Bitcoin users hit the mother lode on June 2 when America’s largest company announced they were going to begin accepting the virtual currency in their Apps Store, and allow developers the power to sell Apple O/S based programs using Bitcoin.

Aaron Trask:  It was a good day for Bitcoin and other virtual currencies.  Apple, for the first time, gave approval to developers for apps that are paid with virtual currencies.
Henry Blodget: The fundamental idea behind Bitcoin is sound, and having a currency like this makes sense.
Aaron Trask:  Apple is approving virtual currencies… and DISH recently said they were going to accept Bitcoin, Richard Branson and Jerry Yang investing in Bitpay… it is here to stay. – Daily Ticker, Yahoo Finance

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Fed patriarch Paul Volcker says its time for a new Bretton Woods

The original Bretton Woods conference of July 1944 was the primary foundation for the U.S. dollar becoming the global reserve currency during the final stages of World War II.  And while the original charter lasted until 1971 when President Nixon took the dollar off the gold standard, its significance and name has been used as a springboard for any future reserve currency discussions.

On May 21 at the annual meeting of the Bretton Woods Committee, Federal Reserve patriarch and legacy Chairman Paul Volcker was in attendance, and given due respect by current operational members on that committee.  As such, Volcker gave a speech to the committee on markets and financial reform, and in closing, was asked by a member to give a title to his important words.
Volcker’s response: “What About a New Bretton Woods???”

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Big Brother: New government database will hold all your financial information

Terrorism?  Immigration reform?  Remember how the Patriot Act and NDAA were to focus on enemies of the American people?  Well a new set of programs involving the FBI and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau reveal the true purposes behind these, and other legislative debates and and subsequent laws, and where foreign entities are no longer the focal point for government surveillance, but rather, the ultimate goal is complete control over the American people in all aspects of their lives.

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Britain joins Italy in adding revenues from hookers and drugs to increase their GDP

Yesterday, the United States came out with their revised GDP numbers, and the world discovered that the largest economy in the world had a negative growth rate for the first quarter of 2014.  In fact, the actual number was so bad that it was nearly 4% worse than the lowest projected growth prediction made by analysts for this reporting period.

So if the United States is now in negative growth, and for all intents and purposes in a recession, how do GDP numbers look for Europe, which is intrinsically tied to America in the global economic system?
How about desperate enough to project and add revenues from prostitutes and drug sales to expand their declining levels of production?
In a fantastic and Bizzaro World announcement, Britain intends to add projected numbers from the intangible sale of one’s body (prostitution), along with the sale of illegal narcotics to the overall ‘consumer spending’ portion of their GDP model, and align themselves with Italy who just last week, did the very same thing.

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Growth of first quarter 2014 came in a negative 1% of revisions

Back in May, the initial first quarter GDP numbers were announced, with economic growth climbing a dismal .1%, and far below analyst expectations of 2.5 to 3%.  However, like most government models, the revised outcome would be much worse than the original numbers indicated.

On May 29, the revised first quarter GDP was publicized, and the results were a negative growth in the economy for the first time since 2011. In fact, according to all factors involved, if Obamacare premiums were not counted into the GDP models, then America would have experienced a negative 2% GDP in the first part of 2014.

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