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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Friday, August 5, 2016

Why do you need to own physical gold and silver? Just ask a Venezuelan

Since last year, monetary policies instituted by Venezuelan President Nicholas Maduro have skyrocketed inflation to the point that it is on the precipice of hyper-inflation.  And reports going back just two months ago show that it is costing citizens around $150 just to buy a dozen eggs.

The official price of eggs is 1,020 bolivars. Yes, the government maintains “official prices.” But Venezuelans can rarely find eggs at the government-run food stores. Maria Linares is a 42-year-old single mother who works for a government ministry as an accounting assistant. She told the Los Angeles Times she has to buy eggs on the street from vendors. Cost? Around 1,500 bolivars for 1-dozen eggs. That translates to $150 at the official exchange rate. - Schiff Gold
Yet something interesting is occurring in Venezuela at ground level outside the rise of black markets and government alternative price controls.  And that is that physical gold and silver are both superseding the soaring price inflation tied to paper currencies, and according to a missionary who lives and works in Venezuela, a single ounce of silver can buy enough food for a family to last three months, and an ounce of gold can buy you a house.
Tom Cloud: We got an incredible email this morning from one of our clients who's brother in law is a missionary down in Venezuela.  And he was telling us that in Venezuela, once ounce of silver will buy you food for three or four months... one ounce of silver.  And an ounce of gold will buy you a house. 
So we're starting to see what I've talking about and predicting for over a year, that we're going to see these countries in Central and South America where everything is going to collapse and if you don't have gold and silver, you literally have nothing. - FTM Daily

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Republicans create political stunt by passing their own Buffett Rule tax scheme

On Sept. 20, the Republican led House of Representatives passed what was in essence a political stunt, by countering President Obama's 'tax the rich' debate with their own Buffett Rule legislation.  In the House bill, rich people like Warren Buffett, who have publically stated that the rich, including themselves, do not pay enough in taxes, could voluntarily give more money to the Federal government to help offset the deficit.

Photo courtesy of United Liberty.org
The House on Wednesday passed Republicans' own version of the Buffett Rule, which allows wealthy Americans to voluntarily pony up to reduce the deficit.

The bill, labeled the Buffett Rule Act, passed by voice vote, meaning Democrats and Republicans agreed with it. Under the legislation, which would still need Senate approval, taxpayers could check a box on their taxes and send in a check for more than they owe to the IRS.

"If Warren Buffett and others like him truly feel they're not paying enough in taxes, they can use the Buffett Rule Act to put their money where their mouth is and voluntarily send in more to pay down the national debt, rather than changing the entire tax code to inflict more job-killing tax hikes on hard-working Americans," said Rep. Steve Scalise, the Louisiana Republican who wrote the bill. - Washington Times

The ironic thing however, and why this is more of a political stunt by Republicans during an election year, is that people already have the choice to give more in tax revenues to the government, through voluntary means, or by limiting deductions they could legally take on their returns.

At the core of the division between the rich and the 99%ers, is that many of the rich and powerful want the tax code to keep out new Americans from entering their segregated domain, thus limiting the elite club that runs the country from the back rooms and corporations.  For the poor, and those 50%  who are dependant upon government handouts for their daily subsistance, the gibsmedat mentality will always overshadow the drive to work smarter and harder, and to use the system millions of others have used in our history to accumulate wealth, and better their lots in life.

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Ron Paul leaves South Carolina for Washington to submit bill to repeal parts of NDAA

Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul continues to put his money where his mouth is, and on Wednesday, he did so once again.  Leaving the campaign trail of South Carolina for a day, Paul went back to the House Floor and submitted a bill to repeal draconian parts of the new National Defense Authorization Act.

Part 1021, which currently gives the Executive Branch carte blanche authority to arrest and detail without warrant or legal representation anyone deemed with the spurious title of 'terrorist', was the primary portion of the NDAA bill Ron Paul seeks to remove.

You can see his House floor speech and bill submission in the video below.



Video courtest of Congressman Ron Paul

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Ron Paul speaks on House floor regarding debt ceiling

Congressman Ron Paul has a very cogent and concise argument on the debt ceiling.