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?

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Thank god for the teachers unions and MORE money!


Chart courtesy of John Lohman via Zerohedge

Do we really need to say any more about America's education system?  Or perhaps, the solution is simple.... make education into a reality show on television.

Conjugating with the Stars!

The Progressives in Congress are losing it... 'your money is not your own'

Alas, once a programmed communist, always a programmed communist... all it takes is putting a little stress on a controlled Congressperson, and they quickly lose the facade and spill out their innner-most secrets of what they beleive.

Take Illinois Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky for example.  Someone who was groomed under the same system as President Obama, and ruled under the Daley oligarchy for decades.  In a radio show recently, she was asked a hypothetical question of how much of someones earned money should they be allowed to keep.

This was her response:


Each according to their abilities, each according to their needs.
Remember that the next time you see the Congresswomen slurping Grey Goose with Pelosi and being recommended by progressives for the Super Congress to deal with taxation and the deficit.

Toward the end of a wide-ranging interview, the hosts played a clip from this week’s Republican Presidential Debate where California teenager Tyler Hinsley asked, “Of every dollar that I earn, how much do you think I deserve to keep?” Co-host Don Wade asked Schakowsky to answer the same question.
After some initial back-and-forth, she replied, “I’ll put it this way, you don’t deserve to keep all of it. It’s not a question of deserving, because what government is, is those things that we decide to do together.” - weaslzippers

It looks like President Obama never met a tax he didnt like... even from charities

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor reported that one of the measures in Obama's new 'PASS THE BILL' jobs plan is to tax charities 40%, including soup kitchens.

Here I thought it was only the Republicans who wanted to take away lunches from children, and make the elderly eat cat food.

FYI -
Yesterday, it was announced that an astounding 1 in 6 Americans are living in poverty. President Obama's response? To demand a tax on donations to soup kitchens and other charities that help people desperately in need. The President's proposal will impact approximately 40% of all the tax deductible contributions, and essentially penalize soup kitchens, hospitals, and churches that provide essential services to those who need them most. It’s no wonder this tax hike has been rejected on both sides of the aisle. - Eric Cantor blog

I guess anything is possible when you can eat Wagyu beef at the White House, and have the first lady metaphorically tell the public, "let them eat cake".  Alas, even FDR wasnt so bold in the 1930's to tax soup kitchens during the depression.

Even lawyers sometimes prostitute themselves outside the courtroom

Ahh yes... Student Loans.  That one place that President Obama places as the 'new' job paradigm.  Dont have a job?  Go back to school!  We have free (well, sort of free) money and COOKIES!

Didnt work so well however for an aspiring lawyer out of work, inundated by student loans 10 years after graduation, and now relegated to making coin by one of the oldest professions on earth.

No, not that one... but instead, TOPLESS DANCING!

When Carla graduated 10 years ago, she thought her law degree would be a permanent ticket to a high-paying job.  But instead of selling her mind, Carla is selling her body. After student loans, debt, a layoff and unemployment battered her bank account, she now finds herself in an almost unbelievable position - dancing in a topless bar.
"Did I ever think I’d be taking my top off for rent money? No. I was in my mid-30s and had never danced before," said Carla, who asked that we use her stage name and withhold her identity and some personal details. "As a little girl, I never thought to myself, 'I just want to grow up and be a stripper,’ or, ‘All I ever wanted to do in life is climb in the lap of sweaty stranger and take my top off.' - Red Tape, MSNBC
Ahh well.... here's lookin at you kid.... I mean REALLY looking at you.  0.0

Hope you get lots of dollars there for providing a better service to mankind than the rest of your primary vocation (lawyer).  Dont forget about President Obama each time you mail in 40 hours worth of student loan payments at the cost of your self-esteem.

Nearing the end of the Social Security ponzi scheme

A ponzi scheme is where a program or con must depend upon future contributions to pay those who contributed earlier in the game.  ie... because the US government spent over $3 trillion from the Social Security trust fund in the past 4 decades, the only way it survives is by taxing todays generation of workers.

A new report by the Census Bureau however, shows that the jig is almost up as the amount of people working comes out to a ratio of 1.75:1 for every recipient of government largesse.

There were only 1.75 full-time private-sector workers in the United States last year for each person receiving benefits from Social Security, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Social Security board of trustees.
 That means that for each husband and wife who worked full-time in the private sector last year there was a Social Security recipient somewhere in the country taking benefits from the federal government. - The Patriot Update
So soup for you!
We can all thank the Baby Boomers who proudly voted in scoundrels to propagate the never ending growth of the welfare system.  Now however, as they retire, the younger generations may seek to exact their revenge in a soon to be economic class war.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The clothes have no markets

Watch and learn the truth of the stock markets my brothers and sisters, for the last two days of trading have proven one thing...

The desperation to hold the line is thick with fear.

On Monday, the markets were looking to close in the red when SUDDENLY, a rumor (that was later deemed false), said that China was coming to save the day and bail out Greece (Euro).

Well, it is the final hour of trading today, and LO AND BEHOLD, a rumor begins that Russia and Brazil are joining in to help save Europe.

Funny, because this rumor came almost immediately after a Brazillian Finance Minister said this:
"Euro is less important in Brazil international reserves", and "Brazil seeks reserve currencies with solid fiscal positions",
oops.... well, it appears once again that trying to sell investors on fundamentals is worthless, and they are left with dropping rumors to save a market ready to head to the downside.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Why does Greece matter to the US markets?

Yesterday, I spoke on the Angel Clark radio show out of Delmarva, Delaware, and one question she asked was very pertinent to the direction our economy will take, dependent upon the resolution.

How does Greece affect the United States?

Here is a picture of the amount of Greek debt owned by US, and other European Banks, and the repurcussions that a default by the decendants of Sparta, Thebes, and Athens would create.


You will notice that the US holds more bank debt than sovereign debt, and not only would they take the losses from a Greek default, but it would trigger more losses as other Euro banks default themselves for their holdings.

Alas, the American public is finally seeking to look at the men behind the curtain

On one of the first days of the convening of the unconstitutional Super Congress to discuss ways to cut spending and delight in finding new taxes to push on unemployed Americans, a wave of protests outside the chamber bring discussions to a halt, with what sounds like people chanting JOBS NOW.

Whether Obama's farse of a job stimulus bill comes to fruition is moot at this point, because Americans are starting to say enough is enough on the pageantry that is our government representation.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Ron Paul speaks on Liberty, Freedom, and the Economy at Palmetto Freedom Forum

On September 5th, Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul spoke on Liberty, American values, and economic freedoms at the Palmetto Freedom Forum.

Take a look at the speech below.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Rick Santelli vs CNBC insane clown posse

Rick Santelli once again shows himself to be the only sane person at Jeffrey Imelt's Obama News Network (CNBC).  As the banking industry comes crashing down, and the US debt levels once again have reached the Debt Ceiling limits, CNBC reporters go into apoplexy to try and defend the massive US debt.

http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000043439