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, March 30, 2012

TSA allows pimp to manage workers even after disregarding background check

A TSA manager has been arrested by Maryland police for pimping a prostitution ring even after the TSA knew of potential problems in their background checks done in 2009.  Bryant Livingston, a TSA manager at Dulles International airport in Washington DC, was caught by police at the Crowne Plaza Hotel with several girls and johns in a sting operation.



A manager at the Transportation Security Administration has lost his job after being arrested on prostitution-related charges. According to court documents, the agency had received a complaint of "very similar" activities back in 2009.

Bryant Jermaine Livingston, 39, was arrested while on the job as a supervisor of TSA agents at Dulles International Airport. The Manassas, Virginia resident, said by phone he is innocent of the charges, but declined to discuss the details of the case.
A spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration confirmed that Livingston had worked for the agency since Oct. 29, 2002, but he is now "no longer employed by TSA."

In a subsequent interview, one of the men in the room told Montgomery County police that, "he paid Livingston $100 to enter the hotel room to engage in sexual activities." Charging documents also say a TSA investigator told police that, "in 2009, a very similar complaint concerning Livingston was on record. The complaint alleged that Livingston was operating a prostitution ring and charging individuals $25. for sexual acts."
The TSA spokesman had no immediate explanation as to what, if anything, the agency did about the earlier complaint. - myfoxdc.com

With the intrusive processes that the TSA performs on America citizens in direct violation of their personal bodies and privacy, it is very disturbing that a government agency would allow a potential sex  crime offender to continue to work in a close proximity position to adults and children in a busy international airport.

Fed monetizing US debt is increasing

With the government in full debt mode by its borrowing close to $150 billion a month just to cover current obligations, the Federal Reserve has been forced to go full bore in buying that debt, and monetizing government spending.

Last year the Fed purchased a stunning 61% of the total net Treasury issuance, up from negligible amounts prior to the 2008 financial crisis.

This not only creates the false impression of limitless demand for U.S. debt but also blunts any sense of urgency to reduce supersized budget deficits.

What about Japan and China? Aren’t they the major purchasers of U.S. debt? Not any more, notes Goodman. Foreign purchases of U.S. debt dropped to less than 2 percent  of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) from almost 6 percent just three years ago. And private sector investors — banks, money market and bond mutual funds, individuals and corporations — have cut their buying way back as well, to less than 1 percent of GDP, down from 6 percent. This serves to hide the fact that the government can’t find outside buyers willing to accept rates of return that are below the inflation rate (“negative interest”) given the precarious financial condition of the government. - New American


Congress last year did not have the stomach to halt raising the debt ceiling, and it appears that they will not keep the debt from crossing $16 trillion by the time of the election.  As foreign entities such as China and Japan deal with their own economic downturns, and Europe is requiring bailouts not buyouts just to survive, the Fed will have no choice but to keep monetizing US debt to stave off collapse and default by the world's largest creditor nation.

Price inflation for metals leads Canada to toss the penny

On March 30th, the nation of Canada made a decision to eliminate the penny from its monetary system and use a rounding up method for purchases and transactions.  The decision was based on the rising cost of metals which are used to mint the 1 cent denomination, and no longer will it cost 1.5 cents just to create 1 cent.



Canada will withdraw the penny from circulation this year, saving taxpayers about C$11 million ($11 million) annually and forcing retailers to round prices to the nearest nickel, the government announced in its budget today.

The Royal Canadian Mint, which has produced 35 billion pennies since it began production in 1908, will cease distribution this fall due to the coin’s low purchasing power. Production and handling cost for the one-cent coin are a C$150- million drag on the economy, according to a 2006 study by Desjardins, a Levis, Quebec-based financial institution. - Bloomberg

When I was a military brat overseas in Spain in the early 1980's, the USAF was doing this form of monetary policy, and rounding up transactions to the nearest nickel.  With inflation devaluing the dollar denominations fast and furious, it may be time to make that policy complete and join Canada in tossing the penny from the economy.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

How to fund the government in 2012 and other bedtime stories

Professor Antony Davies of Duquesne University has put together a factual and yet satircal piece of economic data on how our bankrupt government, which borrows more than $150 billion per month, can afford to fund itself for the rest of 2012.

Future debts in Western economies projected to go exponential

Now that the Western economies have gone completely into Keynsian money printing, there is no stopping the amount of debt nation will accrue to keep the current market systems going.  And as with inflation, at a certain point the curve goes exponential where it will require more and more money just to stay even with today's borrowing.

A new chart projection of several Western economies shows that nearly every one will move into the exponential rise in debt obligations around the same time, with the trigger point occurring around 2015.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Dollar losing ground in Brics Nations

The global attack on the dollar is underway, and this last weekend, several BRICs nations fired off their latest salvo in moving away from the world's global currency.

South Africa will this week take some initial steps to unseat the US dollar as the preferred worldwide currency for trade and investment in emerging economies.

Thus, the nation is expected to become party to endorsing the Chinese currency, the renminbi, as the currency of trade in emerging markets.

This means getting a renminbi-denominated bank account, in addition to a dollar account, could be an advantage for African businesses that seek to do business in the emerging markets.
The move is set to challenge the supremacy of the US dollar. This, experts say, is the latest salvo in the greatest worldwide currency war since the 1930s. - Citypress.co.za




China, Iran, and even Saudi Arabia have all been creating trade agreements within the past year that accomplish trade without the use of the dollar in goods and services exchanges.  China recently completed a refinery contract with Saudi Arabia, as well as a trade agreement with Japan.  Iran is allowing its oil to be sold in exchange for gold, and is moving away from the dollar in international capacities.

The days of the dollar appear to be limited, as the 'full confidence' of the US currency wanes in the eyes of foreign countries.  This leaves the one true currency recognized around the world, and for many Americans, if you don't have, or aren't buying gold now, you may soon become the new 1%ers to the future global currency.

This is what happens when Christians give to the building and not the Temple

Christian tithes and donations in America is a billion dollars business.  Churches, ministries, and especially televangelists feel that it requires vast sums of money to to what they call, 'spreading the Gospel'.

Unfortunately, these men and institutions forget that spreading the Gospel was a form of network marketing, not corporatism, and in the bible Jesus only needed 12 men with just the robes on their backs to do what millions today require billions of dollars to accomplish.

However, just because a man (or woman) has an ecclesiastical title in front of their names, does not mean they are doing the true work of God, nor are they producing the fruit that Jesus said would come when people accomplished things in His name.  In a new story out on the fraud and corruption of the American church system, millions of dollars donated by well-minded Christians are going to fund extravagent lifestyles for the select 1%ers, and little is done to actually preach the true Word of God in exchange.




Two former employees of the world's largest Christian television channel Trinity Broadcasting Network are accusing the non-profit of spending $50 million of its funding on extravagant personal expenses.
Among purchases, the network founded by Televangelists the network founded by Televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch, is accused of misappropriating its 'charitable assets' toward a $50 million jet, 13 mansions and a $100,000-mobile home for Mrs Crouch's dogs. - Daily Mail


All of this should not be surprising to those who do a little research, since its common knowledge that the Vatican is one of the wealthiest institutons in the world, along with the Mormon church, which has a $50 billion industry of its own.

In the bible, tithes were supposed to be paid to the priests and the temple for the work they do for God, but in the New Testament, each individual beleiver IS the High Priest, and their bodies are the temple for it contains the Spirit of God.  Thus the choice becomes... stop giving to corporations who use the name of God to enrich themselves and start giving individually to fellow Christians who need assistance, for you will be following the EXACT will of Christ and the New Covenant.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Bill in Congress could suspend your passport if you own taxes to the IRS

There is a new bill in Congress that is expected to pass that would allow the government to suspend your travel outside the country if you own taxes to the IRS.

Senate Bill 1813 (Highway trust fund), which was passed by the Senate last week and is now pending in the House of Representatives contains a provision that would allow the IRS to order the State Department to refuse to grant, refuse to renew, revoke or restrict the passport of any US citizen which the IRS certifies owes the IRS $50,000 or more in unpaid taxes. There is no requirement that the tax payer be guilty of or even charged with tax evasion, fraud, or any criminal offense - only that the citizen is alleged to owe the IRS back taxes of $50,000 or more.



With Capital Control measures expected to be implemented in 2013, which would force Americans to keep their money from going offshore, the laws being legislated are now affecting the average citizen far more than any action against terrorists, or in support of the 'War on Terror'.

CIties defaults could accelerate as Municipal Bonds stand on edge of collapse

On March 22nd, the End of the American Dream blog came out with 10 indicators that cities around the country could begin defaulting in greater numbers as both the pension funds and municipal bonds outstanding could be on the verge of a collapse.



Chart courtesy of the Wall Street Journal

#1 Moody's has downgraded Detroit's debt again.
#2 The city of Indianapolis is facing an unprecedented 75 million dollar budget deficit in 2012. City officials are warning that there may soon not be enough money to keep the streetlights on.

#3 Suffolk County in New York has declared a "fiscal emergency" after discovering that it is projected to take on a total of more than 500 million dollars of additional debt by the end of 2013.

#4 The city of Trenton, New Jersey is so broke that it has put off buying more toilet paper for city buildings. At last report, there were a total of 15 rolls remaining and after that those that use city restrooms will be on their own.

#5 Some cities are slashing expenses dramatically in an attempt to stay afloat.

#6 In New York, state officials are deeply concerned that city and local governments are paying their pension obligations by borrowing from the state pension fund. This is essentially like making your minimum monthly payment on a credit card by borrowing more money on that same credit card....

#7 Pension problems are catching up with a lot of cities all over the nation. For example, CBS News reported recently that the city of Central Falls, Rh0de Island has been forced to declare bankruptcy because of pension woes....

#8 Last November, Jefferson County, Alabama filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. At the time, they had accumulated a total of approximately 4.2 billion dollars of debt.

#9 Several other U.S. large cities have defaulted on their debts in early 2012

#10 In all, there have been 21 municipal defaults so far in 2012. The grand total of those defaults comes to 978 million dollars.


On top this these indicators listed, interest rates appear ready to move up outside the Fed's influence to control the lending rates.  Rates crossed 4% for the first time in several months in March, and the rate of foreclosures is now increasing after legal and legislative changes were made to the contract ownership barriers between banks and homeowners.

Lower tax receipts, coupled with rising inflation and the inability of cities to borrow money through bond auctions will accelaerate the collapse of many municipalities, and lead to greater unrest as city pension funds continue to shrink for retirees.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Nanex: silver manipulation at the speed of light

For years, silver traders such as Erik King of KingWorld and Eric Sprott out of Canada have been preaching to the masses on silver manipulation done by banks such as JP Morgan to assist the Fed in propping up a dead fiat currency (dollar).  Their pleas have mostly fallen on deaf ears, except to those who hold a large stake in silver, and silver prices.

That changed on March 20th when undeniable evidence emerged from NANEX of the banking cartels using high speed computer algorithms to force the price of silver down at the speed of light.  So much, so fast, that it was pumping out 75000 down trades a second.

Courtesy of Nanex we now have direct evidence of just what the reflexive market (in which derivative products such as ETFs influence underlying assets) goes to town by taking silver to the woodshed at a whopping 75,000 times per second! From the broken market sleuths at Nanex: "On March 20, 2012 at 13:22:33, the quote rate in the ETF symbol SLV sustained a rate exceeding 75,000/sec (75/ms) for 25 milliseconds. Nasdaq quotes lagged other exchanges by about 50 milliseconds. Nasdaq quotes even lagged their own trades -- a condition we have jokingly referred to as fantaseconds." Translation: so desperate was the desire to crush silver at precisely 13:22;33, that the Nasdaq order flow directive ended up moving faster than light. - Zerohedge


It gets even better when NANEX provided the charts to prove it.