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?

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Following Brexit, expectations for new rounds of QE could see gold have more $100 per day moves

The overall effects of the UK voting to leave the European Union have yet to be fully determined, but so far they have actually been little more than a barometer to the global changes taking place in which people are rejecting globalism and desiring to take back local sovereignty within their countries.

However, central banks are probably ecstatic for the Brexit event since it will soon be used as the excuse they needed to begin new rounds of quantitative easing (QE) after refusing to acknowledge just how bad economic conditions truly are.

“The U.S. Federal Reserve may even embark on a fourth round of quantitative easing, or QE4, Faber said in an interview on Bloomberg Television on Wednesday, adding that he typically buys bullion every month. While he also likes gold shares, they need to correct first after recent gains, he said. 
“If Brexit is used as an excuse, the central banks will print more money, QE4 in the U.S. is on the way and the depreciation in the purchasing power of currencies will continue,” Faber said in the interview from Hong Kong. “In that situation, you want to own some gold.” - Marc Faber, Bloomberg News
When the news of the Brexit vote hit the airwaves on late Thursday/early Friday, gold instantly shot up $100 per ounce to its highest gain in a single day in history, and back to its highest levels in three years.  And when you couple in the fact that many of the big name investors and hedge funds were buying gold in exorbitant amounts prior to the vote in the UK, the indicators backing a resurgence of gold go far beyond Brexit, and signal deteriorating conditions in the monetary and economic arenas.
“This is going to be a huge crisis. Alan Greenspan was on CNBC saying this is the worst thing he has seen in his career. He’s not talking about what has already happened. He’s talking about what is ABOUT to happen. He understands how screwed up the economy is because he helped screw it up. . . . One of these days, you are going to see gold moving up at $100 clips routinely when people really perceive the dangers in the fiat world and come to grips with how much money these central banks are going to PRINT…” - Silver Doctors

Beginning July 1 will start the trillion dollar selloff of stocks for baby boomers over the next 11 years

Besides the consequences of there being more Baby Boomer retirees than workers to fiscally deal with the insolvent social security program, a new monetary crisis is about to hit the markets in just three days time.  That is because on July 1, the oldest of the Baby Boomer generation will turn 70 1/2, and thus forced to start selling off their 401K, IRA, and mutual fund assets to fulfill their obligations to Uncle Sam and the taxman.
Currently there are between $14-15 trillion in non-pension, personal retirement accounts which are held on Wall Street in the forms of stocks, bonds, annuities, reits, and other security assets.  And by law once someone reaches the age of 70.5, they must begin selling off those securities at the rate of 3.65% each year, with a decade later it expanding to 5.35% after age 80, and 11% per annum after age 90.
Since the first of the Baby Boomers will be hitting the age of 70.5 on July 1, selloffs in the market will commence over the next 11 years as those on the lowest end of the generational scale will each move into this age requirement at an accelerated pace year by year.
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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan says if we went back to a gold standard, the global monetary system would be fine

There is a new adage based off an old one that goes, in the land of negative interest rates, the one without yield is king.  This of course is a reference to our ongoing global fiat currency system that is now at $10 trillion in negative yields and counting, versus gold which intrinsically has no yield unto itself, but protects wealth by never losing purchasing power despite inflation or deflation.

And with the world's central banks at a nexus where they no longer have any options or solutions to stave off an oncoming liquidity and financial crisis, the architect of this system is changing his tune and advocating that the ONLY real solution, and answer to the world's monetary problems is a return to a gold standard.

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan: "If we went back on the gold standard and we adhered to the actual structure of the gold standard as it exited prior to 1913, we'd be fine.  Remember that the period 1870 to 1913 was one of the most aggressive periods economically that we've had in the United States, and that was a golden period of the gold standard.  I'm known as a gold bug and everyone laughs at me, but why do central banks own gold now?" - Zerohedge

Complete pot legalization may be here in America as early as Aug. 1

Although most generations living today have little or no idea behind the real reasons and purposes for the ‘war on drugs’, the fact of the matter is that is has and always will be about money, and those who control it.
Cannabis or pot is a drug that has a long history in the United States, and was even used as a relaxant by our Founding Fathers as written in several annals from that time period.  And like the way Great Britain forced opium on the Chinese back in the 19th century to help fund their vast global empire, the American government did virtually the opposite and banned such natural narcotics as a way to enrich pharmaceutical companies through medicinal monopolies, and to enlarge law enforcement agencies through the incarceration of users.
But this may all be changing as on Aug. 1, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) will be reviewing narcotics currently on Federal registries known as ‘schedules’, and there is a very good probability that Cannabis will be removed as a schedule 1 drug and placed on a different list that contains current legal substances like alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine.
weed big business

Monday, June 27, 2016

Gold will continue to soar because of global financial conditions that go beyond Brexit

Both investors and those people worried about protecting their wealth need to realize that the outlook for gold goes far beyond Friday's Brexit results.  In fact, the referendum for Britain to leave the European Union is more like a Bear Stearns event rather than the 'Lehman Moment' theme saturating the media since it represents the actions of a single entity rather than the overall domino effect that Lehman Brothers was to the global banking system.

And when you couple in the fact that gold had been rising since the very first days of 2016, and is the best performing asset this year in all markets, the expectation for gold to rise much greater is still there because the underlying problems within the global financial system have not gone away simply because of the Brexit.

Expectations for more rallies in gold aren’t just borne from the Brexit news. What happens in other markets, including equities and currencies, will impact gold’s outlook more directly. 
Brexit is “a global monetary event, with destructive effects in individual economies,” said Brien Lundin, editor of Gold Newsletter. 
‘If everyone is trying to depreciate their currency, including the U.S., what can they depreciate it against?’ 
“The standard central-bank prescription is to ease, to depreciate their currency,” he said. 
“But if everyone is trying to depreciate their currency, including the U.S., what can they depreciate it against?” 
“Only gold will stand tall during the turmoil. And over the long term, it won’t because it’s supposed to be a ‘safe haven’, but because it’s the only safeguard against fiat currency depreciation,” said Lundin. - Marketwatch
Prior to Friday's Brexit vote, there was more than $10 trillion in bonds worldwide that have a negative yield, and this will only continue to grow.  This means that trying to find a safe haven in bonds will leave you with less money than you started with at maturity, and opposite the effects if you instead moved your cash into gold.

No, last week's Brexit vote is simply one big warning sign on the road to the next global financial crisis, and just like from 2007-2011, the barometer for this will be the price of gold and not the stock markets, currency markets, or other asset classes.  And if you want to see what the people in the line of fire are choosing, just look at the Brits who are trying to buy gold hand over fist, but are quickly realizing that supplies are quickly becoming unavailable in their local markets.
A British gold broker says sales are at an all-time high since UK voters decided to leave the EU. 
"There has been record online sales on the GoldCore website . . . the phones are ringing off the hook," says GoldCore founder Mark O'Byrne in a news release
On the day Brexit results were announced spot gold popped $70 per ounce peaking at $1,330
Other gold sellers like BullionVault, CoinInvest.com and The Royal Mint all reported a surge in sales
On the same day the Brexit results were announced, "buy gold" Google searches soared 400% in the United Kingdom, according to Google Trends. - Mining.com

Brexit opens floodgate of referendum requests on major Shmitah data point

June 24 was not only a red letter day for Britain, the European Union, and the global financial system, it was also a important numerological day in the Shmitah year calendar.  That is because the day the British people voted to take back their sovereignty and leave the EU, it was exactly 7 years, 7 months, 7 weeks and 7 days since September 29, 2008… the day the U.S. stock market crashed by 777 points.
Yet while this may be a ‘coincidence’ to many who do not place significance in numerology, biblical prophecy, or events being tied to astrological and mystical periods, do not forget that it was one of the world’s top financial elites, one Christine Lagarde (head of the IMF), who gave an unusual speech two years ago talking about the importance of dates and numbers, and in particular, the number 7.
jubilee 7

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Immediately following Brexit results, google searches to 'buy gold' soared 500% as investors broke towards only real safe haven

One of the primary reasons that gold shot up to $1940 following the 2008 Credit Crisis and subsequent stock crash is because long standing safe havens like currencies, bonds, and real estate no longer provided an outlet during a time of financial crisis.  And while these three asset classes eventually recovered between 2011 and 2016 thanks solely to central bank interventions, when the next crisis or black swan would come as it did on June 24, monetary conditions were so levered up that they once again were unable to act as an outlet or safe haven for one's wealth once the carnage began in nearly all markets.

And this showed up in a most powerful way as immediately following the referendum vote in the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, searches on google for the terms 'buy gold' shot up over 500%.

According to Google, the number of internet searches for the phrase "buy gold" spiked by 500% after the Brexit results trickled through around 5am. Investors flocked to the safe haven asset during Asian trading while the pound plummeted to a 31-year low. 
Today, as is customary after the fact, everyone was euphoric on gold: "gold could rise to $1,400 whilst other precious metals such as platinum, offer attractive fundamentals," said James Butterfill, head of research & investment strategy at ETF Securities. Virtually every other investment bank followed suit and even Goldman came out, when the traditionally goldophobic bank had no choice but to raise its gold price target following today's meteoric gold surge. 
Which is great, however all of it was, as noted,  after the fact. 
The truth as all those who buy gold after the devaluation learn, is that for gold to be a store of value and preserve purchasing power it has to be acquired before some catastrophic, devaluing event, which as yesterday's Brexit showed, tends to be utterly unpredictable. - Zerohedge
Sadly, Americans and most Westerners tend to wait until after the fact to prepare themselves for a crisis, even with days, weeks, or months of advance warning that the disaster was on the horizon.  And whether that crisis occurs from nature, war, financial or any myriad of other inevitable events, those willing to prepare in advance will not only be sufficiently protected before it happens, but will also be able to afford their preparations at much cheaper prices when the sudden rush into commodities like gold leave the majority out in the cold as supplies and prices become out of reach.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Gold pops $85 on Brexit vote while currencies and markets in chaos

June 24 is now a new red letter day in Britain's history as the people chose to Brexit versus remaining as a subject nation in the European Union.


By a relatively close, but decisive vote, Britain has begun the process of becoming the first European Union country to leave the coalition, and has triggered not only financial chaos in currencies and markets, but has opened the door for nations like France and Scotland to call for their own independence referendums in the wake of the British Exit.

As expected, gold was the number one safe haven along with the dollar, as the metal shot up $85 when news of the exit vote hit.  In addition, the Pound Sterling fell to 30 year lows against the dollar, and the Euro dropped 500 bps in a single instant.

Gold has now crossed a major resistance level over $1308, and with geo-political turmoil such as Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron officially announcing he will resign in the fall, the monetary metal should have a clear path to $1450 per ounce in the coming weeks.

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Naked shorting on gold at the Comex now the highest in history

For those who believe in the power of physical gold, either as a trader, investor, or as insurance for a devaluing currency, they must always remember that the battle over price will be a waged more as a long duration war rather than as a single battle for control.  And since the gold price reached its all-time high of $1940 back in 2011, this war to suppress the gold price continues well into its 5th year.

Since the beginning of 2016, gold has not only been the best performing asset in the markets, but it has experienced a paradigm shift where investors and money managers who discredited gold six months ago are now fully into its camp and are fighting to accumulate the metal in an environment of every shrinking supplies.

This of course should have created the catalyst for a huge boom in the gold price if the markets were equitable and fair.  But since gold is far more than just a valuable asset, and is also the barometer for each nation's currency, protection of the dollar as what is at the heart of this war to suppress the gold price, and it appears now that the powers that be are pulling out all the stops.

On Friday June 17, the Commitment of Traders Report (COT) came out and showed that the bullion banks are now shorting the Comex (Commodities Exchange - where the gold price is set) with a record number of naked short contracts meant to keep the price of gold from reaching, breaking through, and closing over $1300 per ounce.

COT Report
With Friday’s Commitment of Traders Report, the ridiculous has just metastasized into the sublime as the Commercial Cretins have just gone “over the top” and added another 5.4M “ounces” to their synthetic gold short position. 
At 298,077 contracts declared short, they are now carrying the largest short position in Crimex history. 
The scary part is that these figures don’t include the big rise in open interest yesterday and you just KNOW that it ballooned out due to more Cartel shorting. - Silver Doctors
Geo-political events, along with economic and financial ones, will cause the price of gold to be extremely volatile over the rest of 2016, and well into 2017.  But know that not only is the Bull Market confirmed by most analysts and technical charts, the end game for gold will soon be a breakthrough from its previous all-time highs, and a boon to all those with the patience and stomach to stay the course in their trust in the power of gold.

It’s not just Britain wanting to leave the EU as Switzerland revokes its application to join coalition

All one has to do is look at how the European Union (EU) Troika (EC, IMF, ECB) dealt with Greece regarding their debt insolvency to realize that the former trade union has turned immensely political, and has little desire to act equitably with every member in the coalition.  And since 2014, calls among many European nations have risen to have their country leave the EU and go back to determining their own economic futures.
This week will be the most current referendum for a nation to leave the Eurozone, with the BREXIT vote scheduled for Thursday.  But just last week, one country who functions intrinsically with the EU, but has never been a member, decided to revoke their long-time application to join the union and instead remain neutral within Europe.
eu tyranny