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?

Friday, October 7, 2011

Joe Biden... not smarter than a 5th grader, but instead has to lie to them

Joe Biden... yes, that Joe Biden who is a known plagarist, and token white Democrat who was added to Obama's ticket as an afterthought.

Since the bumbling fool of a man can no longer fool the adults in America, he now has taken his case that everything is 'Bush's Fault' to 5th graders in a Tampa Bay school.

http://www.mrctv.org/videos/biden-propagandizes-5th-graders-things-got-really-bad-we-came-office

Now, if he were speaking to 5th graders in Chicago, then he might be able to program them to vote for Obama, because everyone knows that in Illinois, if you are living or dead, no matter what ago, your vote gets counted.

Some protesters being paid to attend Occupy Wall Street rallies

It should come as no surprise that days after it was revealed that George Soros funded organizations are involved in the Occupy Wall Street protests, other organizations are also putting up money for the movement, and in some cases, paying protesters to attend and picket.

A liberal organizer told the Daily Caller on Thursday afternoon that he paid some Hispanics to attend “Occupy DC” protests happening in the nation’s capital.

TheDC attended the protest event, an expansion of the “Occupy Wall Street” movement that began in New York City. Some aspects of the protest, it turned out, are more Astroturf than grassroots.

Interviewed in Spanish, the protesters told conflicting stories about how their group was organized. Some said it was organized at their church, and that they were there as volunteers. Others, however, referred to the man from the DC Tenants Advocacy Coalition — the only Caucasian in the group — as their “boss.” - Daily Caller

http://dailycaller.com/2011/10/06/organizer-admits-to-paying-occupy-dc-protesters-video/#ooid=EzOG52Mjpkikj8eF_w2Zn_dO_2zxoNau

Interesting dychotomy between conservative and progressive movements.  Tea Party advocates come out voluntarily, but the Occupy Wall Street protesters need to be paid to attend... and they don't even know what they are protesting against.

At least one speaker at the Occupy Wall Street rally gets it right.

End the Fed!  After several days of protesting in Manhattan by the Occupy Wall Street band of protesters, someone on site finally provided a solution to the problems our banking system.

Funny though... even though many participants have no idea they are simply 'useless idiots' for the Soros funded protests, very few onsite have any answers as to why they are occupying All Street.

But one does... and we wonder if he is a lone wolf in the sea of union sheep, who are clueless and mindless, and simply go where ordered by their union masters.

Americans are relying upon government handouts more now than in anytime in history

Even during the Great Depression, not all Americans benefited from a government handout or program.  With 25% of the nation unemployed, this meant that 75% had paying jobs of one type or another.  The WPA, CCC, and other alphabet agencies, coupled with the new social programs such as FDIC, began the course of American welfare that grew under the Johnson administration, and accelerated in the 90's and 2000's under Republican and Democratics Presidents.

That acceleration has now led the American people to be very close to 50/50 on reliance on the government dole.  In a new report, nearly 49% of all Americans rely upon a government benefit in one form or another.

Nearly half, 48.5%, of the population lived in a household that received some type of government benefit in the first quarter of 2010, according to Census data. Those numbers have risen since the middle of the recession when 44.4% lived households receiving benefits in the third quarter of 2008.

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The share of people relying on government benefits has reached a historic high, in large part from the deep recession and meager recovery, but also because of the expansion of government programs over the years. - Wall Street Journal

This is something that is very discouraging, because as the monetary systems of the global economy start to fail, and the US government neglects to address its skyrocketing national debt.  Nearly half of the 310 million Americans living today will find it hard, or be unable to cope should circumstances cut off the government spigot, and will lead to a more crime and rebellion, such as was seen in the Middle East earlier this year, and in Europe over the economic riots taking place now.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Vitamins dont kill, but prescription drugs do... to the extent of 3 million Americans

The US government, coupled with the UN's Codex Alimentarius agenda, is seeking to regulate basic natural items like vitamins and herbs and label them drugs by which one must get a prescription to purchase and use.

However, except in rare cases, vitamins are not the cause of known deaths to Americans who use them for health and preventative measures.  The same however cannot be said of prescription drugs, which the government not only regulates but subsidizes, and a new study shows that over the past 27 years, prescription drugs approved by the FDA, have led to the deaths of over 3 million Americans.

Over the past 27 years — the complete timeframe that the data has been available — there have been 0 deaths as a result of vitamins and over 3 million deaths related to prescription drug use. In fact, going back 54 years there have only been 11 claims of vitamin-related death, all of which provided no substantial evidence to link vitamins to the cause of death. The news comes after a recent statistically analysis found that pharmaceutical drug deaths now outnumber traffic fatalities in the US. - Activist Post
So the next time someone tells you that Doctors are ALWAYS there to help you when you are sick or ill... remember that in a growing number of instances, Doctors, knowingly or unknowingly, could be sending you to your death through the medicines their proscibe for you to use.

It is Halloween yet for Wall Street? Paranormal occurrances in stock markets do exist!

In one of the strangest and illogical occurrances taking place on Wall Street over the past few days, massive selling in Mutual Fund holdings has been countered by an INCREASE of the Dow by more than 250 points.

How is this possible?  Mutual Funds arent selling stocks, even though the equity markets are bracing for a huge bear market fall.

Because these same mutual funds, despite having record low cash holdings, continue to refuse to sell their stock holdings and replenish cash. The only reason we can attribute to this is that slow money managers keep hoping Bernanke will pull something out of his sleeve and create another Hail Mary market rush into year end, saving quite a few P&Ls, not to mention careers. Alas, with stocks where they are it is increasingly looking like Operation Twist may be the only thing they will get for 2011 - Bernanke needs the S&P in triple digits to have a strong case for a $1-2 trillion LSAP. As such funds find themselves in no man's land, where they will be redeemed at the end of the year unless stocks soar for whatever reason, but will refuse to sell before they absolutely have to, which will be end of December, or whenever the Nash equilibrium fails. - Zerohedge
Maybe... we now have a strong reason for the massive selling taking place in gold and silver.  Dump the profitable stocks to accumulate cash as a buffer to stave off mutual fund holders until Uncle Ben swoops in with QE infinity.

CNBC rumor mill - October 5th

And for the second day in a row, the DOW jumps over 100 points in the last hour on.... wait for it...

anothter rumer at the House of Fed, better known as CNBC.

  • GASPARINO SAYS MS CEO TELLING INVESTORS EVERYTHING IS 'OK'
  • GASPARINO SAYS MS CEO TELLING EXECS 3Q RESULTS TO BEAT GOLDMAN
  • FOX'S GASPARINO SAYS MORGAN STANLEY CEO SAYING 3Q LOOKS 'SOLID'  - Zerohedge
Does anyone not find it strange that two banks would 'drop' info on their quarterly earnings well before earnings season is to begin?

Obviously not in the Bizzaro world of CNBC, where fundamentals and technicals have no place in the markets of HFT and RUMORS.

Buy on rumor, sell on rumor... truth is for God to worry about.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Hacked, or simply server issues? Bank of America online system down for 3rd straight day.

Online banking for millions of Bank of America customers is now down a 3rd day in a row, and it begins to beg the question... is it legitimate server problems, or have they been hacked by an outside group?

With BofA's problems, and the growing lawsuits on their mortgage practices, it would not be out of the question that would be targeted by some individual or group for cyber retribution.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Forget trusting in the Super Congress as lobbyists take over proceedings

It appears more and more that the Super Congress, created to allow the debt ceiling to be raised, and to institute necessary budget cuts, was simply a ruse to keep the status quo amongst the Congressional establishment.

It has come to the attention of the people that not only are Americans not privy to what is going on in the proceedings, but high-powered lobbyists are receiving updates and may be having a hand in what is chosen to be cut from the committee.

K Streeters with deep ties to supercommittee members and congressional leadership say senior staffers have given them readouts from closed-door committee meetings. For example, senior aides to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), who is on the panel, met with several Republican lobbyists on Thursday and among the topics discussed was the prospect for a grand deal. Two days earlier, Kyl and the rest of the committee answered no questions as they brushed past a gaggle of reporters who had waited outside the private, six-hour meeting. - Politico

Republican or Democrat... Bush or Obama... does it matter anymore?

Bank of America - $5 debit fees, and now $5 stock value

In an ironic twist of market fate, Bank of America stock today dropped into the $5.00 range, touching $5.99 per share briefly.  This loss of value comes just days after the bank proposed instituting a new $5.00 a month debit fee charge for most of their accountholders.


Chart courtesy of Zerohedge.