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, May 29, 2013

Vegas and Macau make big bet on high rollers as economy pushes away the small gambler

The economic downturn has been disastrous to a number of industries, but perhaps no greater to the playground of America, Las Vegas.  As of May 28, the former world stage for fun and gaming has been relegated to third place on the list of global gambling spots behind Macau and Singapore, and is making a huge bet on attracting high rollers, while limiting its options for the pocket change gaming public.

Image courtesy of Gameroom Depot.ca

In Sin City, where over-the-top is always the sales pitch, lavish nightclubs featuring a heart-pounding party have become the backbone of a billion-dollar industry that is soaring while gambling revenue slips.

The rise of the Vegas super-club coincides with the decline of the town's gambling supremacy. The tiny Chinese enclave of Macau surpassed the desert oasis as the world's top gambling destination in 2006. Singapore is on track to claim the No. 2 spot. - Huffington Post

Additionally, the global leader in gambling stops is spending billions of dollars in creating a dreamland for high rollers, with one destination offering a royal treatment at the low cost of a $1.6 minimum betting requirement.

With the political transition completed, the VIP business is back to normalcy - as evidenced by Sky 32, an elite oasis of luxury on the 32nd floor of the Galaxy Macau casino, offers commanding views, a waterfall, a bar with vintage single malt whiskeys - and six sumptuous rooms where players must commit to betting at least 10 million yuan ($1.6 million). - Zerohedge


Like the luxury automobile industry, that rarely sees economic downturns during recessionary periods, the rich will always spend lavishly despite the poor and middle class tightening their belts.  And as middle America falls back to local casinos on Indian reservations, or home poker games to satisfy their gambling lusts, the world of gaming is making huge bets that the elite will always want the world's finest, and are willing to pay to play no matter the financial cost.

Monday, May 20, 2013

Federal Reserve job opening lets you test new ways to screw the public

On May 20, the Federal Reserve tweeted a new job opportunity for public application.  The title of the job is Penetration Tester, and as most Americans know, the entity that controls monetary policy and the strength of the dollar has numerous employees already trained in sticking it to us.
The Job Description and application can be found here.

The Daily Economist is wondering however, if women applicants are given higher priority, as we know the current administration is an equal opportunity exploiter.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Coin clipping: government seeks to change metals in future coins

During World War II, the government exchanged metals suck as nickel for steel in coins for metals to help supply the war effort.  However, these actions were short term, and lasted just a few years.

Now, with inflation causing metal prices to rise, and value coins greater than their face value, the government is once again looking to replace metals such as nickel and copper with steel and perhaps metals with little value.

Photo courtesy of Coin News.net
A measure introduced in the U.S. Congress seeks to replace the base metal of most American coins with iron. The move would slash the nickel and copper content of U.S. coins to a fraction of today’s already reduced levels. Like past changes in metal content, the bill represents a logical continuation of currency debasement and calls into question the strength of U.S. fiat currency—yet another sign of the decline of the global monetary system.

Congressman Steve Stivers (R-OH) introduced the bill, H.B. 1719—the “Cents and Sensibility Act”—on April 24. It mandates that pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters be composed primarily of steel; specifically U.S. produced steel. He presents the bill as a budget measure, stating, “This legislation is a common-sense solution to decrease the cost of minting our coins. Not only will it cost less, but steel is an American resource that we have here at home and can be manufactured right here in our backyard.” His office asserts that, according to the House Financial Services Committee, the U.S. government would save up to $433 million over 10 years. - Gold Silver.com

After 1964, the Federal government removed silver from its minted coinage, and began the process of clipping coins to be primarily symbolic versus valuable.  Now, if this new bill passes, a pocket full of money will soon just be stamped steel disks.

Friday, May 10, 2013

Bloomberg expanded: New York cracks down on use of butter

It is bad enough when an elected official, and part of the 1%, tries to tell citizens when and where they can smoke, and how much soda they can drink.  But now, the dictatorial control over the people in New York has taken a greater turn as officials begin regulating the use of butter in food production for schools and other public facilities.


Butter has quietly been making its way out of city schools' cafeterias, including as a condiment and an ingredient. First they went after the candy machines. Then they took aim at the sugary sodas. And most of the bake sales. And the greasy french fries at lunchtime. And now the latest target of the city schools’ push to fight childhood obesity is something as simple as butter. The spreadable delight has been banned from school cafeterias. It can’t be used for cooking or offered with bread. And now it’s the subject of an aggressive crackdown that threatens the livelihood of school kitchen managers who’ve dared to order the illicit treat.  - New York Daily News

In the faux war on obesity, uneducated public bureaucrats have focused on natural products such as butter, sugar, and salt to impose unnecessary controls over the citizens of New York. while at the same time, doing nothing to stop the scientifically proven detriments of MSG, GMO, and HFCS, who's introduction into the processed food industry over the past 40 years has been the primary cause of childhood, and adult obesity.

In the end, corporate mogul's like Bloomberg, and political hacks like those in the New York legislature, find it easier to blame and go after nature, and what has been used in diets for thousands of years, than take on the corporations that fund their campaigns, and willingly cause continuing aggravation for the people of New York state.