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, February 25, 2014

What would you name the book that Chairman Bernanke is writing?

Now that the ‘Printer in Chief’, otherwise known as the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve is retired, the next thing on Ben Bernanke’s agenda is to write and publish a book on his 12 years in office, and to detail the thought processes used during all of the different crises and monetary programs the Fed implemented during his tenure.
In other words, like his predecessor Alan Greenspan, Bernanke wants to spin his culpability and bad decisions in an attempt to rewrite his horrible legacy.
 

Technocrats vote to allow your financial data shared with all nations

The current structure of the European Union is run not by elected sovereign leaders, but by intellectuals, elites, and bankers otherwise known as ‘Technocrats’.  The technocrat is likened to the Head of DHS, or the EPA, where heads of state appoint un-elected officials to offices and give them vast power of persons, property, and policy.

So when a group of 34 of these technocrats came together recently to discuss how to make all personal and public data transparent, they voted overwhelmingly to allow your individual financial records be open and available to all nations and databases around the world.


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Senile former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan claims bubbles everywhere but U.S. markets

Even though the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan is too old to cut the mustard, he seems these days desperate enough to still try to lick the jar.  In a guest appearance on CNBC today, the former head of the U.S. central bank began blaming most financial worries on monetary ‘bubbles’ in foreign markets, while at the same time refuting that the Fed created highs in the Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P are not bubbles at all, but are simply strong economic indicators.


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EU tried to capitalize on Ukraine tragedy by offering money and austerity

Let’s be honest here.  Whenever a central bank or Western government offers assistance to another nation the end goal is not Democracy or actual aid to the people, but a means to weasel in and wrest benefits that suit the so-called benevolent country.  When the U.S. provided aid, arms, and support to the rebels in Libya, little did these people know the ultimate goal was confiscation of the more than 140 tons of gold Qadaffi held in London banks for storage.  Additionally, when the U.S. falsified ‘weapons of mass destruction’ intel during the invasion of Iraq, the real purpose was not only the confiscation of their central bank gold, but to annihilate Sadam Hussein’s regime because they rebelled against the use of the petro-dollar and were a national security threat to the reserve currency.



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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

U.S. debt shell game continues as EU mops up Chinese dump of Treasuries

In the Western world there is no longer any national sovereignty… there are only central banks.  And in an interesting turn of events that took place in December, the small EU country of Belgium was the small straw that appears to have been mandated to mop up a huge number of U.S. Treasuries that China decided to dump onto the market as pressures in Asia force the world’s second largest economy to liquidate for cash.




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Major banks finally admitting the dollar is in trouble

On Feb. 16, a Bank of America analyst announced that the global economy is giving out clear warning signs that the dollar is entering into serious trouble, which adds more credence to John Williams recent assertion that 2014 will be the year of a dollar panic.
Global financial and commodity markets are warning that the US Dollar is in for a bout of trouble, warns BofAML’s Macneil Curry. Across asset classes, Curry points out that Gold was the first to make its low against the US Dollar, doing so back on Dec-15. The second market to turn against the US Dollar was US Treasuries, with Ten year note futures turning bullish back on Dec-26. Currently, the FX market – most specifically GBP - is breaking out and pressuring the US Dollar. Finally, the Japanese stock market continues to suffer, putting downward pressure on USDJPY and thus US Dollar weakness. – Zerohedge



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Banks in states that legalize pot use can now work with marijuana businesses

In 2012, HSBC was busted by U.S. and international regulators for laundering drug money for global cartels.  A year later, they were imposed a $1.9 billion fine, but rumors abound that the financial institution is still providing services to criminal organizations despite their guilt and penalty.

So with this precedent in place, it is quite interesting to see on Feb. 14 that regulators within the Obama administration have now ruled that banks that service states with legal marijuana laws can now do business with the sellers of pot, and without the threat of criminal prosecution.




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1%er advocates that those who don’t pay taxes shouldn’t get to vote

At the beginning of the Republic there was a great deal of debate on who should be allowed to vote.  The primary support for this segregation of voting rights was intrinsically tied to the owning of land, because it gave the voter a stake in the game to not only protect what they owned, but to assure the future welfare of the nation as a whole.  This form of voting was eventually shot down as it was considered a Poll Tax, and was deemed unconstitutional.

However, as the nation once again becomes divided by those who work and pay taxes, and those who don’t and collect welfare benefits, an outspoken 1%er named Tom Perkins came out on Feb. 14 and made the argument that those who pay the most taxes should have the largest say in who is elected to government, with votes being given dollar for dollar in how much they provide the government in revenues.




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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Jim Willie: London and U.S. bankers are stealing Saudi Gold

One of the most interesting and least publicized outcomes of the CIA… err Arab Spring fomented revolution in Libya two years ago was the fact that the Western banks stole 144 tons of gold from the Libyan central bank, exactly at a time when Venezuela was demanding back their gold reserves held in the Fed.  This demand for gold by central banks in the West, who have either sold off or leased not only their own gold, but the gold of foreign countries they held as a courtesy, is now causing the unthinkable to occur, a threatening of the end of the petro-dollar agreement with Saudi Arabia by way of stealing Saudi held gold in Western vaults.



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J.P. Morgan banker makes fourth mysterious death in a month

On Feb. 10, the fourth banker in just over a month died of mysteriously causes.  Ryan Henry Crane, an Executive Director in J.P. Morgan’s Global Program Trading desk, was found dead at the young age of 37.
The death in question, as reported by the Stamford Daily Voice is that of Ryan Henry Crane, a Harvard graduate, who is survived by his wife, son and parents at the very young age of 37. Second, Ryan Henry Crane was formerly employed by JPMorgan – a bank which was featured prominently in the news as recently as two weeks ago when another of its London-based employees committed suicide by jumping from the top floor of its Canary Wharf building. Third: Crane was an Executive Director in JPM’s Global Program Trading desk, founded in 1999 by an ex-DE Shaw‘er, a function of the firm which is instrumental to preserving JPM’s impeccable and (so far in 2013) flawless trading record of zero trading losses. –Zerohedge


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New Icelandic crypto-currency will be for the people to help grow stagnant economy

The nation of Iceland became a poster child of rebellion against a global banking system that led to the Great Recession of 2008, and is helping the world rush headlong towards a new currency crisis.  But for all their actions in choosing to default on foreign debt and jailing the bankers who helped create the crisis, Iceland’s economy has remained stagnant due to continued capital controls by the Icelandic government, and the world rejecting the Krona in international trade.



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Whistleblower busts Barclay’s bank for selling customer data

Yesterday, in an effort to gain customer confidence back, 90000 Dutch bankers swore a public oath to God that they would henceforth follow ethical standards and refrain from any fraudulent activity.  And while this propagandist ploy may halt some criminal activity for a time in Holland, it doesn’t appear that ethical behavior is becoming an industry wide program.
Because on Feb. 9, a whistle blower within Barclay’s bank set off a firestorm when he/she provided information to the press that Barclay’s was stealing and selling the confidential financial data of thousands of their clients.
 

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

QE was simply another form of bailout for insolvent banks

On Feb. 3, economist and statistician Rob Kirby was a guest on Greg Hunter’s USA Watchdog network.  During the 39 minute interview, Kirby blows the door wide open on the true purpose for Quantitative Easing 3(QE3), and says that empirical data shows that the entire scheme was created to provide another trillion dollar bailout of the banks, which were officially insolvent from their collection of worthless Mortgage Backed Security (MBS) holdings.


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Millionaire Harvard economist pulls money out of bank from fear of Fed policy

There is an old axiom in the world of stock markets, which is, you cannot catch a falling knife.  This analogy refers to the fact that when a stock or entire market begins to sell off, it is usually the insiders and big fish who are able to get their money out by making the first moves, while everyone else attempts to sell with few buyers and in the end, lose their shirts.
It is the same way in banking, where institutions hold very little of the their total deposits in-house, and when a bank run starts, only the first few people are able to get their money out.  So when a Harvard economist with over a million dollars in a big bank publicly chooses to take it all out, then every other depositor needs to take this warning seriously as trust and confidence in the banking system continues to fade.