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?

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Monday, November 24, 2014

Both Japan and the U.S. can thank Paul Krugman now for their road to collapse

Economist Paul Krugman is a well known follower of Keynesian economics, and the belief that governments should constantly stimulate the economy and free markets with debt based printed money.  His work in the field of study has won him a Nobel Prize, but since anyone from terrorists to community organizers regularly win this award simply for breathing, that in itself is no longer a worthy accomplishment or title to hold.

But unfortunately for Japan, and soon to be for the rest of the world, Krugman’s chaotic beliefs are no longer limited to the U.S. mainland as it has recently been discovered that he took his horrific doctrines on the road and are the primary catalyst behind Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to monetize the entire government budget, and collapse the Yen onto the ultimate path of hyper-inflation.


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Is the U.S. ordering Japan’s currency to collapse to protect the dollar?

It is very interesting to note that as the Federal Reserve began tapering down its latest program of Quantitative Easing (QE), the dollar strengthened to levels not seen in a few years with both Europe and Japan collapsing into a deflationary spiral.  But in the absolute need by the Fed to keep the dollar and stock markets propped up, is the U.S. using their vassal state of Japan as the sacrifice to fill the gap that formalized QE was performing?

In an essay written on Nov. 14 by former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, the esteemed economist makes the case that Japan has and remains the proxy for U.S. financial dominance, and that the recent moves by Prime Minister Abe to fully monetize the Japanese budget could be part of an ordered plan to devalue the Yen to ensure that the dollar remains dominant in a world of increasing deflation and oncoming recession.


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