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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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Europe bypasses treaty process and begins implementing TTIP measures

About two weeks ago the U.S., along with 12 Pacific Rim nations, finalized the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement which is a secret trade pact meant to give unprecedented power to multi-national corporations.  And while the full agenda of the TPP will not be released to the public for at least another four years, from what agencies like Wikileaks have been able to uncover so far, the TPP is primarily about the full implementation of global fascism, and and the destruction of sovereign power.
Yet the TPP is just one of three trade pacts and treaties being attempted by the U.S. to counter the rising power coming out of Eurasia and the Far East.  And while the European based TTIP hasn’t officially been finalized, Eurozone nations appear to be already implementing its agenda despite the public’s massive outcry to reject the treaty.

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: TPP is just one big power grab by corporations

The primary reason that the former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi stated that Congress and the American people would have to wait until the bill (Obamacare) was passed to learn what was in it was because the bill was actually written not by Congress, but by the insurance industry and other corporations tied to healthcare.  And with this and many other precedents in already place, where Congress simply rubber stamps what their campaign contributors tell them to pass as law, it is not surprising that the nefarious Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty that is being written in secret and outside the purview of Congress is according to Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, a major power grab by corporations that would allow them to pretty much mandate most laws in the U.S. going forward.
Sounds alot like what Rothschild once stated… let me control the printing of a nation’s money and I care not who writes its laws.
 
 
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Monday, October 8, 2012

Courts may soon decide if you really own what you buy

Governments through the time of our nation's history have distorted and broken the bond of right to personal property through taxation, regulation, and sometimes, outright theft (BATF and Eminent Domain).  But a soon to be court case could completely eradicate American's right to control over the things they buy in the economy and at retail stores.




Under the doctrine, which the Supreme Court has recognized since 1908, you can resell your stuff without worry because the copyright holder only had control over the first sale.

That’s being challenged now for products that are made abroad, and if the Supreme Court upholds an appellate court ruling, it would mean that the copyright holders of anything you own that has been made in China, Japan or Europe, for example, would have to give you permission to sell it.

“It means that it’s harder for consumers to buy used products and harder for them to sell them,” said Jonathan Band, an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center, who filed a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of the American Library Association, the Association of College and Research Libraries and the Association for Research Libraries. “This has huge consumer impact on all consumer groups.” - Market Watch

In agriculture, companies like Monsanto have already been successful in suing farmers who just happen to have crops grown on their land from seeds that inadvertantly blew in from another farm.  Absolute control over rights to how we grow food is just one phase under attack in America, and now the courts will have to decide if a companies product is simply a lease to consumers, and not a full purchase.

If the court chooses to side with corporations on this, then the ramifications to the U.S. economy could be devastating, as Americans may choose not to buy anything outside basic necessities and ignore products where corporations retain ownership over ones use and right to distribute as they see fit.