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, November 27, 2013

Bitcoin $1000! Digital currency crosses threshold one day before Thanksgiving

On Nov. 27, just one day before America celebrates its annual Thanksgiving holiday, Bitcoin smashed through the $1000 USD barrier to have an inter-day value of $1020 USD.  This steady climb of more than $500 USD since its volatile shakedown one week ago, is continuing to validate the popularity and strength that a stateless digital currency provides.
Within the past two days, two major events took place for Bitcoin that are pushing the crypto-currency more and more into the mainstream of acceptance.  First, as the U.S. prepares for Black Friday and the holiday shopping frenzy, leading retailer Target issued a press release stating they will be accepting bitcoins for purchases of their products through the GYFT gift card platform.

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Mayor of London publicly gives his allegiance to the elite

The office of mayor in nearly every city in the world is manned by an official who is voted into office by the people they are expected to represent.  Quite often however, like in the case of New York City’s Michael Bloomberg, these officials prove through their actions that their allegiance lies in the forwarding of personal agendas, or in many cases, pandering to those in power in the corporate world.
The most astonishing however, are those elected officials who outwardly make their allegiances known, and virtually spit in the faces of the common men and women who put them into office.  Such is the case with London Mayor Boris Johnson, who recently wrote an op-ed for the British media where he stated that we should all be ‘thankful for the super-rich’, and instead of challenging them on their corrupt activities that siphon the wealth from the people and middle classes, we should hold them in some false idolatry as the benefactors of society who pay for, and keep the welfare flowing.



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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Largest university in Cyprus to allow tuition purchases in Bitcoin

The quickest way to change the minds of investors when it comes to the viability of Bitcoin is to have the digital currency suddenly be accepted in the mainstream.  That day has arrived in of all places Cyprus, where the the largest university in the Eurozone nation has officially announced that they will begin accepting Bitcoin as payment for the purchasing of tuition for their students.


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China markets on verge of bypassing dollar and selling oil futures in Yuan

A little over a year ago, China finalized an agreement with Russia where they would be allowed to purchase as much oil as they desired from the global energy titan, and pay in currencies other than the Petrodollar.  On Nov. 21, the 2nd largest global economy fired a new shot across America’s bow, and stands of the precipice of allowing oil to be bought on the futures market in Yuan, creating a direct conflict with dollar domination, and officially ending the petrodollar’s monopoly as the world’s sole reserve currency.



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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Torrent web portal offers $75000 in Bitcoin for Bernanke’s head

The Arab Spring provided a taste of what happens to sovereign leaders when the people reach a tipping point and have nothing left to lose.  But in the West, assassinations are most often done through killings for hire.  And whether assassinations are paid for by a Federally backed agency (CIA), or through the myriad of contract mercenaries like the former company Blackwater, more often than not, the ones ordering the killing are never touched in an investigation, or even along the money trail.
But perhaps there is now a third option, and that is the public funding of assassinations.  In a new discovery found on a ‘dark web’ portal in the digital world of Bit Torrent, anonymous donors can offer bitcoin in a sort of ‘crowdfunding’ mechanism to hire killers to take out politicians, world leaders, and even, the head of the Federal Reserve.
 

Stock market euphoria: Dow crosses 16000 and S&P goes over 1800

Quantitative Easing has reached its 2013 goals with more than a month to spare.  On Nov. 18, the Dow crossed over 16000 for the very first time, and the S&P 500 achieved 1800 as each exchange set new intraday records for stock prices.

The only numbers that matter today are 16000, 4000 and 1800: those are the Fed’s closing targets for the Dow Jones, the Nasdaq and the S&P. Following last night’s Chinese euphoria which saw the Shanghai Composite surge by 2.87%, or up 61.4 to just under 2,200 on renewed hopes for Chinese reform by 2020, the Fed’s price targets should all be quite easily achievable. – Zerohedge


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Friday, November 15, 2013

It’s official: Quantitative Easing is a failure

In late 2008, and a little ways past the start of the Great Recession, the Federal Reserve decided to introduce a new form of money printing known as Quantitative Easing.  In this new scheme to increase liquidity and attempt to stimulate the economy, the Fed began buying toxic assets from banks , while at the same time, allowing financial institutions to borrow money at near zero interest.  This combination was expected to ease the consequences of the 2007-2008 credit crisis, and to allow for banks to begin capital investments to both corporations and small businesses.

However, in the four years that this program has been operational, and with the central bank trying four different QE models, the results of their efforts are in, and their effects on the economy have proven to be an utter failure.



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Home ownership quickly becoming unaffordable as mortgages rise to 40% of household spending

The bursting of the 2007 housing bubble occurred because of many factors, but a primary reason for the collapse was due to the inability of Americans to afford the cost of rising mortgage payments.  When the crash occurred, the average amount of household income being spent on mortgages and rents was at or above 40%, and it led to a wave of foreclosures that are still haunting the market to this day.

Yet thanks to Federal Reserve policies of Quantitative Easing, and the drive to re-create the housing bubble once again, history is now repeating itself as consumer costs for a residence, both in home ownership and in rents, are reaching that magical number of 40% just six years after the last crisis.




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Saturday, November 2, 2013

You'd have to be on drugs to sign up for Obamacare

The 'community organizing' machine, otherwise known as the 21st century brownshirts, is trying hard to make Americans overlook the travesty that is Obamacare.  So to appeal to hippies and millennials, Obama's new marketing tool in the state of Oregon is focusing on how psychedelic health care can be, and using a parody of the LSD generation as the persuader.






I guess it is no wonder that the study showing American adults having an IQ below an AVERAGE human might actually be true if this is how the government believes you can be manipulated into purchasing their corrupt insurance scheme.