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, September 23, 2014

Federal government pays whistleblowers but only if they benefit Uncle Sam

Under the Obama administration, whistle blowers in agencies such as the NSA, CIA, or DOD have not only been vilified, but in some cases, threatened with criminal indictment for making public illegal activities being done within agencies of the U.S. government.  However, not all whistle blowing is being met with punishment as the SEC on Sept. 22 proved that if you rat out someone for Uncle Sam, rather than against him, you will be rewarded for your efforts.
 
Rewarded in some cases to the tune of $30 million dollars.
 
 

Drought becoming so bad in California residents are having to rely upon water charity

For those that remember the 1930′s, the growth of California’s population in the 20th century had a large part to do with the migration of Mid-West residents travelling to the Golden State in the midst of a drought that would become known as the Dust Bowl.  And 80 years later, the pendulum appears to be shifting back as it is no longer the Mid-West that is crying out for fresh water, but instead it is California who is going through a drought not seen in the state for hundreds of years.


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China docks war ship in Iran as Petro-Yuan goes head to head with Petro-Dollar

The proxy war for control over the global reserve currency heated up another notch on Sept. 21 as China sailed a destroyer through the Straits of Hormuz and docked in an Iranian port just miles away from an American fleet docked in the UAE.  The meaning behind this move is not mysterious as China is quickly drawing the line that U.S. sanctions on one of their oil partners will no longer be tolerated, and that the proxy war between the Petro-Dollar and the up and coming Petro-Yuan is coming closer to home.



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Chinese IPO becomes 11th largest company in U.S. on opening day of trading

On Sept. 19, the Chinese version of Amazon.com opened from trading on the NYSE a day after going public in a record setting IPO.  Alibaba, which was built from the ground up by former school teacher Jack Ma, quickly flew from its IPO price of $68 per share to a whopping $92.30 at the time of the opening bell.
 
Closing the day around the same price, Alibaba has a market cap of right around $230 billion, and in just one day, became the 11th largest company in the U.S., surpassing long-standing companies like Facebook, J.P. Morgan Chase, Verizon, IBM, and Coca-Cola.  Only megaliths in the corporate world now stand higher than Alibaba, with Apple at number one, and with a market cap of over $380 billion more than the Chinese juggernaut.
 
 

National debt has climbed an additional $1 trillion since debt ceiling was removed

While the American people continue to question the so called economic recovery, an overlooked aspect of the U.S. budget is no longer getting much press since Congress voted to remove the debt ceiling and allow the President to borrow money from the Fed as he sees fit.  And while Obama supporters in the media continue to prop up stories of how the President has lowered the budget deficit, the fact remains that in the past year, the U.S. government has added over $1 trillion of new debt to the taxpayers balance sheet.


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Monday, September 15, 2014

EU countries buying oil from ISIS might be the reason why they wont join U.S in bombing Syria

Last week, President Obama came out acting all John Wayne to the camera and stated that he has finalized his new strategy for taking out the ISIS threat in the Middle East.  Included in this strategy was the desire for NATO countries such as Britian and Germany to be part of his coalition, along with several Arab nations who are suddenly feeling the heat from the radical caliphate.
 
But interestingly enough, Britain, Germany, and Turkey announced they won’t sing kumbaya with America in their desire to take out ISIS by way of Assad and Syria, and perhaps the reason for this is that on Sept. 15, members of the European Union (EU) admitted that they are purchasing oil from ISIS, who took over several wells in Iraq when they solidified their occupation.
 
 

Except for healthcare and education no net jobs have been created in economy

Did you ever wonder why Obamacare and Student Loans are so important to President Obama while actual employment in industries like coal, manufacturing, and computer engineering have received little or no support?  It became apparent recently when former Congressman and Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) David Stockman made the bold statement on Sept. 8 that not a single net job has been created in the U.S. economy outside of healthcare and education since July of 2000.
 
Yes… July of 2000!