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?

Showing posts with label greed. Show all posts
Showing posts with label greed. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Election of Britain’s new communist labour party leader microcosm of wealth disparity

Over the weekend, Britain’s Labour Party held an election to vote for their next leader after the conservative Tories swept through a majority of seats in the House of Commons last May.  And with Labour in veritable turmoil from years of declining support, the winner of the election was an interesting man named Jeremy Corbyn, who is not only a radical leftist, but an extremely opinionated Marxist who wants to radically change Britain at a time when the world is rushing headlong into economic crisis.
Jeremy Corbyn, the infamous Karl Marx admirer, has been elected UK opposition Labour leader.  Corbyn is really communist who professes an admiration for Karl Marx. He is the new face of Britain’s opposition Labour party which will help to make a British EU exit more likely. The Marxist sophistry is rob anyone who has more. They never understand that we all provide our piece of the economy that creates the whole. Many are starting to realize that this could be thedownturn for Britain. - Armstrong Economics


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Sunday, October 5, 2014

The NFL’s year just got even worse as FCC overturns blackout rules

Does anyone remember a number of months ago when Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban stated in an interview that he believed the NFL had gotten so big that they are due for a fall simply from their greed and arrogance?  Well since that time, the NFL has experienced some major PR blunders including ones in areas such as concussions, domestic abuse and even child abuse.
But while Roger Goodell and the NFL might be able to spin the fact that these were incidents done by players themselves and try to avoid any lost revenue from viewers and sponsors, a new ruling by the FCC on Sept. 30 is the very crack in the armor Cuban may have been waiting for, as the regulatory agency voted unanimously to end the NFL’s ability to impose blackouts in cities that do not sell enough tickets to games played in their home stadiums.
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