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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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Palestine could create a sovereign crypto-currency to help break away from Israeli hegemony

As countries like Japan and Australia rush to embrace crypto-currencies like Bitcoin into their economic and monetary systems, one nation that has lived in poverty and in the shadows of a strong economic power is looking at creating their own sovereign crypto-currency as a means to break away from Israel's hegemony over them.

The Palestinian government, and in particular their Monetary Authority, on May 12 announced that they are looking at a Bitcoin type solution to function as their primary currency for the future.

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Palestinian officials are planning for the territory to have its own digital-only currency within five years, a move designed to safeguard against potential Israeli interference, the head of the Palestine Monetary Authority (PMA) told Reuters. 
Palestinians have no currency of their own and use the euro, U.S. dollar, Israeli shekel and Jordanian dinar in their daily lives. 
But with limited control over money supply and ultimately, inflation, authorities are mulling a bitcoin-style solution, Azzam Shawwa said. 
"That is something we would like to see," Shawwa said. "It will be called the Palestinian pound." 
Shawwa spoke to Reuters on the sidelines of the annual meeting in Cyprus of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The EBRD said during the meeting it would start investing in the West Bank and Gaza via donations 
The PMA says on its website that it aimed to become a "full-fledged and modern central bank" for an independent Palestine. 
But it is unclear how the planned e-pound would skirt the 1994 Paris Protocol agreement which gave the PMA the functions of a central bank but without the ability to issue currency. The protocol recommended the use of the shekel and gave Israel an effective veto over a Palestinian currency. 
There are practical reason why Palestinians might consider a digital currency. The authority has no money-printing facilities of its own so all cash and coins currently come in from elsewhere. 
"If we print currency, to get it into the country you would always need clearance from the Israelis and that could be an obstacle," Shawwa said. "So that is why we don't want to go into it." - Reuters

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

September time frame for disaster escalates as UN plans vote for Palestinian state

We have already seen the data that shows this coming September being a severe time of turmoil and potential disaster in the economic and prophetic arenas, but a coming event scheduled for the fall may well escalate the world into something far greater.  The United Nations (UN) has set on its calendar a vote by the Security Council to decide once and for all on the formation of a Palestinian State, which may or may not include parts of Jerusalem.  This mandate of course is not only highly contested by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, but the leader of Israel appears unlikely to allow a Yes vote to go uncontested, and backed by the threat of war.



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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Tapayers give $30 million to new Palestinian investment fund

Few people know, but the Federal government has its own investment office to use taxpayer money to spend on corporate, sovereign, and business investments.  Known as the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, this fund can is is used to circumvent Congressional approval of foreign aid.

On May 28th, this taxpayer funded investment firm decided to create a fund which will funnel $30 million into the Palestine territories, even as oversight of the money may be in question with terrorist organizations (Hamas) remaining in power.



The first fund aimed at investing in the Palestinian Territories has received $30m of financing from the United States’ Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC).

Siraj Fund Management’s Company’s inaugural investment vehicle has already backed four businesses in the region since it was launched in February last year, while five more investments were approved last month.

The fund had an initial target of $80m but has now hit $90m following the round of OPIC financing, which was provided as part of Barack Obama’s initiative to support technological development in Muslim countries. - Alt Assets
OPIC is a government run office, which has many cabinet level members on its board of directors. 

With the US economy continuing to decline, and small businesses closing their doors by the thousands, why our government would invest taxpayer money into growing businesses overseas to the detriment of the American worker and American jobs is a very curious direction President Obama and his administration would take.