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?

Monday, December 22, 2014

Now the world’s largest economy, China has its sights set on being largest banker

According to the IMF, China surpassed the United States as the world’s largest economy earlier this year.  However, the fact of the matter is that China has outpaced American output for quite a few years now, and the only reasons the U.S. remains in the upper tier of economic powers is due to their debt based economy that counts consumer and government spending as close to 80% of their annual GDP.
 
But even more than being the global leader in trade and production, China now has their sights set on an even bigger prize… that of becoming the world’s largest banker and the facilitator of exported capital to countries and businesses outside the homeland.
 
 

East Cleveland mulls over filing bankruptcy

While the cities of Detroit and Stockton, California made headlines a couple of years ago for being the first major municipalities to file for bankruptcy protection, the next one in America may be just around the corner.  On Dec. 11, members of East Cleveland’s city council publicly talked about the potential for the Ohio municipality to have to file bankruptcy because the Cleveland suburb is pretty much insolvent.


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Russian Rouble is the battleground for two economic empires

For most of the year, China has relegated itself to being a neutral observer in the proxy war of sanctions being waged by the U.S. against Russia and the Russian currency.  But last week, after Congress passed a new war-mongering resolution and Europe decided to continue standing with Washington in the game of sanctions, China finally entered the conflict by unequivocally stating that they not only stand with their trade and energy partner, but will do whatever needs to be done to stabilize the Rouble, and aid the Russian economy.


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Since 2014 failed to do global currency reset, 2015 may be the year of the bail-in

Many analysts predicted that 2014 was going to be the year of the global currency reset, and an attempt by several nations to stop the inevitable collapse of the fiat currency system that has been run into the ground by central bank policies.  However, according to financial statistician Dr. Jim Willie, it was the United States who balked on this, and instead funded the violent overthrow in Ukraine to raise the stakes on their need to hold onto the reserve currency at all costs.
 
But since there was no change to the debt fueled economies and monetary systems during 2014, the consequence may rear its ugly head next year as banking systems and the G20 are setting the stage for 2015 to be the year of the bank bail-in.
 
 

Think Russia has been hit hardest by lower oil prices? Think again!

One thing you can tell about Washington’s stance in their proxy war against Russia is that they care little about any and all collateral damage they might inflict upon themselves or their allied nations.  In face, economic sanctions directed at Putin and the Eurasian power have overall caused greater harm to Germany, France, and other members of the European Union while the ramifications of their ‘secret deal‘ with Saudi Arabia has brought about several economic crises including…
 
The destruction of America’s shale production and Britain’s North Sea oil.
 
 

House to vote this afternoon on budget bill that was written in part by… Citibank?

As the House of Representatives prepares to vote this afternoon on a new budget bill to approve appropriations for the next fiscal year, an interesting dichotomy has been revealed in the legislation.  Not only have portions of the bill been written by, and submitted to Congress from banking giant Citigroup, but a rider within the bill is dedicated towards amending the Dodd-Frank banking reform act and will allow derivatives losses by the private banks to be bailout out by…
 
the taxpayers once again.
 
 

Somehow, somewhere there was a Federal Judge who wasn’t paid off

Despite the limp dishrag Congress, who hours after winning control of the Senate stated they were not going to challenge President Barack Obama on anything, it did not take long for a lone Federal judge from Pennsylvania to negate Obama’s amnesty Memorandum, and show that not everyone in the court system is bought and paid for by the elite.
 
In a ruling that stemmed from a deportation case brought before his docket, US District Judge Arthur J. Schwab ruled that the recent Executive Memorandum allowing for upwards of five to 20 million illegal aliens to remain in the country is un-Constitutional, and that the President has no power to legislate or change legislation outside of Congress, and only has the power to enforce the laws already on the books.
 
 

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Banker deaths jump to nearly 40 as Belgian fund manage found floating in the sea

Very recently, a slew of new banker deaths have propagated throughout the industry raising the previously publicized number of 19 to a now whopping 36 members of the global financial industry dying from mysterious causes.  And the most recent, a 52 year old fund manager from the nation of Belgium, was discovered floating off the coast of Ostend after being missing for a nearly a month.


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Europe-U.S. Coalition against Russia beginning to crack

After nearly a year of increasing economic sanctions put upon Russia by the U.S. and their allies in Europe, member states that have been the recipients of collateral damage from retaliatory sanctions imposed upon them by Russia are now thinking twice, and are beginning to discuss ways to end their affiliation with America in this proxy war by seeking a compromise with the Eurasian power to re-open some aspects of trade and banking.


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U.S. takeover of Ukraine escalates as American hedge fund manager becomes Finance Minister

There is already plenty of evidence that the Kiev coup was orchestrated by covert elements in the Central Intelligence Agency, but what is very chilling is how the takeover of the Ukrainian government by the U.S. continues to escalate even after ‘elections’ were run back in May.  In fact, on Dec. 4 an American national who worked for decades within the U.S. government, and who also ran a financial hedge fund on Wall Street, was just named to the position of Ukrainian Finance Minister, validating again that the U.S. proxy war against Russia involves the occupation of their closest neighbor.
 

While Congress waffles, 17 states decide to go to court over Obama’s immigration order

Despite the complete turnover in both Houses of Congress since 2010, the Republican led leadership has become little more than a limp dishrag when it comes to challenging the Constitutionality and legality of Barack Obama’s immigration programs.  But in a move that shows that many states have become extremely fed up with the political shenanigans in Washington, 17 of them signed on for a joint lawsuit condemning Obama’s most recent Executive Proclamation allowing for mass amnesty, and are seeking to have it overturned in the Supreme Court.


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U.S. National Debt crosses $18 trillion with 70% coming from Obama’s tenure

While it took longer than expected, the U.S. National Debt has now officially exceeded $18 trillion, and is 107% of the total amount of GDP created in the economy for 2013.  This number also represents a watershed moment where President Barack Obama has been the instigator of almost more debt himself than all other Presidents combined, with his ownership ringing in at a whopping 70% increase since he took office in 2009.


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Black Friday and Cyber Monday retail sales dissapoint

It is considered the two most important selling days of the year, and can easily make or break a business dependent upon the outcome.  And with 2014 being an overall disappointing year for consumer spending, both Black Friday and Cyber Monday did little to change that trend as sales for the start of the holiday shopping season were well below expectations.
 

Monday, December 1, 2014

Gold bottoms, then skyrockets within 24 hours of failed Swiss gold referendum

As Sunday Nov. 30 was chosen by the Swiss to be the day of their gold referendum, the banking cartels took advantage of limited access to utterly collapse both gold and silver by more than 10% during off-market trading.  And with the Swiss people happily choosing to remain tied to fiat currencies and a debt-based Keynesian model, it was very easy for the banks to short gold and silver to below $1150 and $14.50 respectively.
 
But something interesting happened when Europe opened, and late Asian trading got into the action.  The metals markets began to reverse, and by the time New York opened at 9:30 am, not only were all the losses recovered from yesterday’s blood bath, but within 30 minutes of trading, gold was in the black by more than $27, and silver was up $.54, and ahead of their Friday close.
 
 

New FBI report validates cops using more force than necessary against citizens

Ever since 9/11, and in particular after the drawdown of the Iraq War in 2009, local police officers and departments have become as militarized as the equipment they received as excesses from the Department of Defense and Homeland Security were provided to local law enforcement under the ideological ‘War on Terror’ label.  However, a new FBI report that came out on Nov. 30 shows that while police aggression and killings have increased on the citizenry, the people themselves have actually lessened their rebellion against local authorities, making increased actions taken by the police an illusion, and based primarily on paranoid fears and unnecessary brutality.


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Tis the season to get high… in Colorado as pot sales soar on ‘Green Friday’

Since the sale of marijuana was legalized in Colorado and Washington earlier this year, the industry has seen its ‘highs’ and lows, but as we begin the annual holiday shopping season, demand for the formerly illegal product is soaring.  In what is being dubbed as ‘Green Friday’, pot retailers in Colorado are experiencing very good revenues as store owners began offering discounts that are part of the allure of the first day of the holiday shopping period.


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Israel finance minister proposes buying off Arabs after creation of ‘Jewish State’

The Israeli government has now gone into full serious mode after voting to make Israel a purely ‘Jewish State‘ as a suggestion made on Nov. 28 by Finance Minister Avigdor Lieberman proposes that the government pay off Arab’s currently living in the land to extort them into giving up their citizenship.
 
Minister Lieberman’s proposal follows new edicts passed down from the Israeli government earlier this month to completely eradicate any presence of Arab citizens and close up the country after years of conflict and struggle.
 
 

Gold shortages so bad the spot price is meaningless as premiums reach 30-40%

When investors and the general public realize that the U.S. based Comex spot price for gold and other precious metals is a meaningless indicator, then demand for the monetary metals may eventually skyrocket as they are predicted to do after this Sunday’s vote in Switzerland over a gold referendum and return to the gold standard.  But until then, only major buyers of the metals know the dirty little secret that could be worth thousands or millions of dollars to the quick.
 
And that is, gold shortages are now so great that premiums for large purchases are upwards of 30-40% above the manipulated spot price that issues daily from the Comex and from London.
 
 

Goldman Sachs joins three other major in banks in lawsuit tied to metals manipulation

The price rigging and manipulations just keep on coming in the Western financial system as a new lawsuit filed against Goldman Sachs, HSBC, and two other major banks accusing the institutions of wide-spread price fixing in Platinum and Palladium over a sever year period has been filed in Federal court this week.
 
The lawsuit filed in a court in Manhattan was done by Modern Settings LLC, a Florida-based maker of jewelry and police badges, and brings a to a judge a case where losses incurred to both businesses and customers equates to millions of dollars in over-pricing tied directly to commodity broker manipulation.
 
 

Direct sanctions not enough as U.S. attempts to squeeze Arabs and Chinese over Russia

America’s proxy war against Russia took an interesting and aggressive turn as on Nov. 26, Andrey Kostin, head of Russia’s second biggest lender VTB, stated that he received news at a German conference that the U.S. is attempting to put pressure on Chinese and Arab banks who currently do not follow sanction demands imposed upon the Eurasian state by the Obama administration to squeeze Russia to capitulate to U.S. will.


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