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 18, 2013

No Taper: Fed to continue to print money with no exit strategy available

On Sept. 18, the most anticipated decision in several years from the Federal Reserve took place, sealing the fate of the American dollar and the economy as a whole.  In an 11 minute speech, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke reported that the central bank would not taper their bond buying program as many on Wall Street anticipated, and instead will continue the $85 billion in money printing that has lasted for more than a year.

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Former Facebook founders want to make Bitcoin the ‘internet of money’

Since its inception, Bitcoin and the concept of Bitcoin, has been a refreshing alternative to global central bank control, and the constant devaluation of money.  Relegated to the activist and alternative communities at the beginning of its inception, the currency has since grown to be recognized by a wide range of consumers and investors.
So when a New York district court declared Bitcoin as a currency, and open to regulation, two former Facebook founders saw the opportunity to capitalize on the digital money, and plan a way to expand its exposure through an electronically traded fund (ETF).  And on Sept. 17 in a conference with potential investors, the Winklevoss twins declared that they foresee Bitcoin as the ‘internet of money’, and a new wave of the future.
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Cyber attack warning: Banks beginning to delay payrolls and have extended electronic outages

On Sept. 16, a former head trader with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) issued a new warning that a cyber attack on the banking system is a real and probably threat in light of the many recent electronic outages and delays in payroll processing.  Known under the pseudonyms V and the Guerrilla Economist, this high level insider has warned of  impending cyber attacks meant to mask liquidity and financial problems that threaten the entire banking system.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

With Larry Summers dropping out, front runner to lead the Fed has history of missing economic crises

The financial world was hit with a bombshell on Sept. 15, when the surefire front runner to lead the Federal Reserve shockingly pulled out of the race to replace Ben Bernanke at the end of his term.  The candidate who had a 70% chance of becoming the next Fed Chairman was long time financial power broker Larry Summers, and the vacuum he leaves places as the new favorite, a central banker who admitted that she completely missed the warning signs leading up to the 2008 financial meltdown.

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

FDIC closes banks in Texas and Connecticut bringing total number of failed banks in 2013 to 22

First National Bank, Edinburg, TX, also operating as The National Bank of El Paso, and The Community’s Bank, located in Bridgeport, Connecticut, were closed down by the FDIC on Friday, Sept. 13.  These bank failures are the first two in the month of September, and bring the total number of failed banks in 2013 to 22.

8/23/2013 *** TX *** Edinburg *** First National Bank, Edinburg, TX, also operating as The National Bank of El Paso *** $637.5 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost.

8/23/2013 *** CT *** Bridgeport *** The Community’s Bank *** $7.8 million dollar estimated FDIC DIF cost. - FDIC

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Gold should fall to below $1200 in short term as India dumps on market to stabilize currency

Over the past 10 days, the spot price of both gold and silver has dropped by more than 9% to stabilize around $1320 per ounce.  This move, which began on Sept. 3, and accelerated around the 9th of the month, is tied primarily to gold leases dumped on the markets by India in an attempt to stave off attacks on the Rupee.
According to a former head trader from the Royal Bank of Scotland, this metals beat down is a reaction to attacks by the U.S. on BRIC nations for attempting to create a new reserve currency and alternative lending facility, and in the short term, could drive the spot price to just below $1200.
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Friday, September 13, 2013


With recent SNAP figures showing that over 100 million, or nearly 1/3 of all Americans, receive some form of food stamp assistance, it is very difficult to believe economic analysts who say that our financial system is in recovery, and getting better for everyone.  Yet even with all the billions of dollars in government assistance to help the public, a new poll out on Sept. 12 shows that 20% of the population is experiencing trouble getting food and basic necessities to survive on.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

President Obama to cut COLA for active military while sending equal funds to Muslim Brotherhood

On Sept. 9, President Obama laid out a plan to cut the annual cost of living allowance (COLA) from active duty military members, even in the midst of ongoing war efforts.  Claiming economic conditions as the basis for dropping the proposed 1.8% increase down to 1%, the President at the same time appeared to disregard budgetary concerns when sending a similar amount of money to support the Muslim Brotherhood during the last fiscal year.

Screenshot from CNN Report

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Jim WIllie: U.S. is going to have to split and devalue the dollar for separate foreign and domestic use

Dr. Jim Willie, statistician, economist, and publisher the Hat Trick newsletter, spoke in an interview with USA Watchdog on Sept. 8 regarding the G20, Syria, and the status of the coming alternative currencies.  In the interview, Willie noted that not only is the world isolating the U.S. in regards to their foreign policy agenda, but they are forcing the U.S. to have to adapt to a new currency system where they will no longer have global control in a petrodollar.  This action could also mean the U.S. having to split their debt backed money, which would lead to a devaluation and massive rise in inflation at home.
This split would entail there being a dollar strictly for domestic use, which would bring instant inflation to American consumers, and an international dollar that foreigners who hold dollar reserves can deal with outside of Fed monetization.
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Sunday, September 8, 2013

New documents show NSA has full access to every Smart Phone and specific groups for each OS

Think your Smart phone is secure?  Not according to internal documents from the NSA which show that not only do they have backdoor access to tap into your data and locations, but they also have created individual working groups dedicated to each individual operating system (OS) used by those phones.
On Sept. 7, a German publication reported that the NSA  has the capacity now to access data from within every Smart Phone, Blackberry, and and iPhone, and to know every location the owner has traveled.
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