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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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Eurasian Economic Union and trade zone scheduled to begin in May

The concept behind the European Union was to solidify the economic power of European nations under one umbrella in the wake of World War II, and the ever changing sphere of global super powers.  Starting in the late 1950′s between companies in France and Germany, this union has morphed into a go-political monstrosity run by un-elected technocrats, and using a common currency that has stifled trade throughout the region.
It is this umbrella of control that Eastern block economies have come to determine is a detriment to free trade, and a stifling of their growth.  So with this in mind, the idea of a Eurasian Economic Union, where nations can freely come together in trade partnerships, is not only being imagined by nations like China, Russia, and India, but according to the foreign minister of Kazakhstan, it will become a reality as early as next month.
 
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Friday, March 14, 2014

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts: U.S. wants to get their hands on Ukraine to loot it

On March 12, former Assistance Secretary of the Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts spoke as a guest on USA Watchdog.  During his 50 minute interview, Dr. Roberts addressed America’s desperate need to win out over Ukraine, with their ultimate goal being the confiscation of wealth and resources, and not one of freeing the Ukrainian people.
“So, why is Ukraine important?  Well, there is the Black Sea naval base that Russia has there.  They have a lease on it until 2042.  You have Eastern Ukraine, which is former Soviet military industrial complex . . . for Washington, they say, look we can really bring a serious strategic threat to Russia here.  We can devalue their nuclear deterrent by putting anti-nuclear bases in Ukraine on their border.  So, when we put pressure on them, they have to think much harder when they stand up to us because we will have the upper hand. . . . So, that’s the real reason for what they are doing.  There are other economic reasons.  They want to get their hands on Ukraine.  They want to loot it.”  - USA Watchdog


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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

UN’s failure to issue Responsibility to Protect clause unmasks U.S. lies over chemical weapon attack in Syria

On Aug. 27, Vice President Joe Biden made a propaganda speech in Houston citing that there is undeniable proof that President Assad ordered and fired chemical weapons onto insurgents and civilians in the ongoing civil war to topple the government.  However, these allegations appear to be completely false, and with the Obama administration playing a card from former President George Bush’s hand in which he decried WMD’s as the reason for the Iraqi invasion, where is the United Nations (UN) speaking out for a coalition attack under their Responsibility to Protect clause?
Nowhere.  Because even the UN knows there is no evidence available regarding who ordered a chemical attack in Syria.
 
 
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Friday, May 4, 2012

Investor Jim Rogers sees America ready to expereince riots in the streets

Billionaire investor Jim Rogers sat down with the Wall Street Journal and predicted that the coming drop in the next leg of the financial crisis will push Americans over the top and the rioting we have seen taking place in Greece and other parts of Europe will appear all across the country.



“I’m more worried about those kind of problems [rioting] in the U.S. and Europe; this is where social unrest is going to be worse,” Rogers told the Journal.  “I would suspect that, when economic conditions get worse here and get worse in Europe, we’re going to see . . . you’ve seen governments fail in Europe; you’ve seen countries fail in Europe. I suspect you’re going to see more of it [rioting], yes.
“We saw it in London; we’ve seen it in several countries in Europe in the last year or two.  Yes, I expect to see it here, too.  If you don’t, look out your window” - ETF Daily News
Rogers also went on the interview to say that the Fed has zero credibilty, and no amount of money printing or economic policy will change the inevitable crash that is already setup to take place.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that the American people are nearly at the tipping point, and our history of both peaceful and revolutionary protests are legendary.  As trends forecaster Gerald Celente has said, when people no longer have anything to lose, they lose it, and judging from today's unemployment numbers, that time is drawing ever closer.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

US Taxpayers begin bailouts in Greece as IMF confers first payments under settlement

For all intensive purposes, the IMF is the United States taxpayer.  America provides 17% of the funding to the global bank, and almost 3 times the amount as the second biggest contributor (Japan).  So in every sense of the word, when politicians or the media refer to the IMF, they are really talking about the US and US taxpayer.


IMF Members' Quotas and Voting Power
Nation
Percentage of Funding Quota
Percentage of Executive Board Votes
U.S.
17.09%
16.74%
Japan
6.12%
6.01%
Germany
5.98%
5.87%
France
4.94%
4.85%
U.K.
4.94%
4.85%














With this being determined, it should be no surprise to the American people that the Greek settlement and Greek bailout would be thrust onto the US and our tax dollars... similar to how our tax dollars were used by the FED to bailout European banks in both 2008 and again this year under dollar swap programs.


"Greece has received the first 7.5 billion euros of aid from its new EU/IMF bailout, with the bulk of the payment going to repay bonds held by the euro zone's central banks, government officials said on Tuesday." So while the Greek may particularly care that not only will they not see much if any of the actual bailout cash, and in fact will soon have to start using their gold to fill the capital shortfall as reported here, we are curious what the response will be from US taxpayers, who are on the hook for about 17% of IMF funding, as the money starts trickling in, however not for some old-fashioned concepts such as stimulating jobs, but simply to indirectly, with Greece as a conduit, bailout Europe's insolvent central banks. - Zerohedge

Monday, March 19, 2012

China gives middle finger to US over economic sanctions on oil sales

With the US and international banking cartels doing their best to squeeze Iran under economic sanctions, China, which relies heavily on Iranian oil, gave the global superpower the proverbial middle finger as Chinese tanker officials told the press that nothing will stand in their way of shipping oil from the Middle Eastern nation to their country.

China, the biggest buyer of Iranian oil, will take steps to prevent European trade sanctions disrupting shipments from the Persian Gulf nation, said tanker operator China Shipping Development Co.

The government has discussed ways of helping shipping companies get insurance once sanctions against Iran kick in on July 1, General Manager Yan Zhichong told reporters in Hong Kong today. The ministry of transport and National Development Reform Commission has had special meetings on the issue, he said.

"The attitude is clear - we must make sure that the volume of our shipments will not drop," Yan said. "The government regards it as a very important issue." - Poor Richards Blog


With Russia already saying they will oppose the US and Israel on any strikes sent at Iran, and now China blatently crossing the line on imposed economic sanctions, the world sits on a powder keg like 1963 and the Cuban Missile Crisis... and this time, it may be the US that blinks.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Gold and silver prices in Europe climb even as JP Morgan downgrades them in the US

Gold and silver prices rose in Europe overnight, even as prices fell agains the US dollar, and JP Morgan downgrades of precious metals, and all commodities.

Gold is lower in all major currencies today except euros with euro gold having risen 0.25% to EUR 1,263/oz.

The euro came under pressure due to the surprise collapse in new Eurozone industrial orders which led to Germany failing to get bids for 35% of bunds offered. The German 10-year bund yield rose sharply from 1.92% to over 2.06%.

This is one of Germany's worst auctions since the launch of the Euro with the Bundesbank having to pick up nearly 40% of the 6 billion euros on offer.

The German auction in turn led to further weakness in European equity markets. Asian equity indices followed US equities lower after news of a new US bank stress test and then the poor Chinese manufacturing data.

Gold will be supported at these levels as the euro zone debt crisis continues to degenerate with the periphery increasingly affecting the core - leading to contagion. - Zerohedge

More than anything, gold will tell you the value of a fiat currency.  If the dollar gets stronger, as it has over the past month, gold will move down.  But, its indications right now of how bad the Euro and the entire Euro Zone are, should foresee much more room to grow, especially if the ECB is forced into monetization.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Here it comes... Europe begging the US for a bailout

Now that the Hopium of a Greek bailout is over, and the reality that the troika accomplished very little to save the Euro and Euro Zone, the next little piig(gie) is going beyond the ECB for help, and instead is looking for the US to provide the bailout.

Now it is Portugal's turn. Reuters reports that "Portugal asked Mexico on Saturday to tell fellow G20 members next week that the United States should offer "financial help" to resolve the euro zone sovereign debt crisis, describing it as a "systemic and global" problem, a Portuguese government source said." Of course, the "US" is a clear proxy for "everyone else" - Reuters via Zerohedge
Hey... we knew this was coming.  Now the question will be, will the Congress allow 2008 to comes again, and have taxpayers bailout European banks AND nations, or will the Fed be the one to step on, assuring an inflationary landscape that will create more turmoil than just Occupy Wall Street.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Iran seems upset with US for keeping gold prices.... high?

Nations who rely upon a purely fiat currency like the United States use nearly every weapon in their arsenals to keep the price of gold (real money) as low as possible.  Gold is the true measure of money, and it speaks out in many ways at countries who print inflation, no matter how hard they try to deny it.

So for the insane joker from Iran, Mahmood Ahmadinejad, to come out and blame the US for keeping gold prices 'up', provides insight to everyone around the world just how dumb politicians are.

Yet one "conspiracy" we had not heard of until now is that America is actively doing what it can to send gold higher. That is no longer the case. A few days ago, none other than the capo di tutti Mexican cappi, Iran president Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, proclaimed that "Iran's enemies were deliberately causing the price of gold and foreign exchange to rise in a bid to undermine the Islamic Republic's economy. "The enemies and ill-wishers want to make a fuss and present wrong information to provoke and deviate the market." The plot thickens. From Reuters: "In order to disturb the market they buy a lot of gold coins with their huge amount of money ... they do the same in the foreign exchange market. But we have got enough reserves to meet all the country's needs." And there you have it: America is willing to risk the reserve status of its currency and send everyone chasing after gold simply so it can destabilize the Iranian economy... And now we've heard it all. - Zerohedge
My name is Mahmood Ahmadinejad, and I just wish I was only an alcoholic.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Currency Wars part xxxx - Congress to vote on penalties to nations for devauled currencies

This evening, Congress is scheduled to vote on a bill that would penalize countries (primarily China), for what they perceive as a manipulated de-valuation of currency which helps to continue the massive trade imbalance between the US, and global economies.

  • Currency “manipulator” label: The bill establishes objective criteria that the Treasury must use to identify “misaligned” currencies, rather than the more subjective “manipulation” designation that the Treasury currently uses in its semi-annual report to Congress on foreign exchange. All instances of currency misalignment would require some type of action if not corrected; cases of intentional misalignment caused by foreign countries' policy actions—labeled under the legislation as “priority misalignment”—would require the administration to take more aggressive steps, as detailed below.

  • Anti-dumping and countervailing duties: Countervailing duties are currently applied under US law against specific goods from certain countries that are found to be subsidizing their exports. The Senate bill would require the Department of Commerce (DOC) to investigate currency undervaluation as a countervailable subsidy (under current law, the DOC has this option but is not required to do so). In addition, if “priority misalignment” hasn’t been corrected within 90 days, the full extent of currency undervaluation as calculated by the DOC or International Trade Commission (ITC) would also be explicitly reflected in anti-dumping duties. This means that domestic companies facing competition from imports would still need to file product-specific complaints with the DOC and ITC, but could add currency undervaluation to their complaint, and thus increase the remedial tariffs put in place if they are successful. This is similar to the currency bills proposed over the last few years, but unlike the original legislation offered by Senators Schumer (D-NY) and Graham (R-SC) in 2005, which would have imposed an across the board tariff on all imports from countries with undervalued currencies.

  • WTO complaint: If misalignment continues for more than 360 days, the US Trade Representative would be required to request dispute settlement proceedings in the World Trade Organization (WTO). The Treasury would also be required “to consult with” the Federal Reserve Board on remedial intervention in currency markets, though the Federal Reserve would not be required to take any action.  - Goldman Sachs
Isn't it ironic however, that the US, who has helped export the most diabolical commodity to the world, that of INFLATION, has the gall to chastise other countries and economies who simply seek to protect their own against the nation who controls the world's reserve currency?

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Federal deficit and point of no return

No matter what happens in the debt ceiling vote, the US has chosen the path to financial suicide.

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