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?

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

European banking system ready to implode unless the ECB comes up with $150 billion or more in bailouts

Over the weekend, Europe’s most toxic and insolvent bank (Deutsche Bank) came out with an announcement that if the European Central Bank (ECB) didn’t come up with $150 billion or more in new funding to bailout the continent’s banking system, then it could potentially face an ‘accident’ similar to 2008’s ‘Lehman moment’.
And it is not the largest German bank that is the sole institution in need of recapitalization by the ECB.  In Italy, nearly all the major banks are on the cusp of insolvency, and appear now in the process of a government sponsored bailout coupled with a small customer bail-in.  Added to this, British banks are running into major problems over their bursting housing bubble, and while the UK no longer has the security of going to the ECB for emergency lending, they may receive it anyway since other EU banks hold long derivative positions on the island nation’s securities and could implode if Britain goes the way of default.
BANKERS-COPS
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Post Brexit benefits continue as South Korea seeks new free trade agreement with Britain

Back in the days of slavery, having the shackles removed was both a fearful and hopeful time for those who had lived in bondage as the new world of freedom meant infinite possibilities, but also the realization that one was now responsible for their own choices and livelihoods.
This is exactly what voting to leave the European Union after several decades now means for the UK and for the British people.  And not unlike what the Russian people experienced following the fall of the Soviet Union, in the short-term the environment will be difficult, but in the long-term the outcome could lead to greater economic and social growth.
As the EU was a domineering and closed union, the centralized system stifled free trade and was intrinsically built to give advantages to some within Europe while leaving most others to wallow in economic stagnation.  But now that Britain has broken its own chains and started the ball rolling towards self-determination, nations and economies from around the world are preparing to commit to new trade agreements with the UK, since they no longer have to deal with a technocratic bureaucracy that more often than not fined foreign businesses rather than cultivated relationships with them.
free trade
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Monday, July 11, 2016

How using the Amazon.com model can earn you free gold through Karatbars

50 some odd years ago when you said network marketing, most people instantly thought of Amway or Tupperware... and some in fact may have even had visions of Bob Hope doing commercials to sell products under the Amway banner.

But the pyramid schemes and top down models of network marketing have mostly gone the way of the dodo bird, and instead have been replaced by a more beneficial model that is known in many corners as the Amazon.com model.

Amazon.com created an affiliate referral approach that allows people to post ads of products on their blogs or websites and receive earnings and compensation when readers of their site click on these ads, and/or buy products from the e-commerce company.  And this model has been so successful that it has been labeled the best and most popular referral program on the web, and in many ways has been duplicated by other companies looking to help create financial independence for their own affiliates.


With the global financial and banking systems nearly failing in 2008, and are once again sitting on the cusp of insolvency eight years later, the most secure way to protect your money and wealth has been to move it out of devaluing currencies and into physical gold.

Yet because most people today really can't afford to buy an ounce of gold for $1360 or more at its current price, many have been seeking ways to be able to accumulate the monetary metal without having to indebt themselves through the process.

Live 24 hours gold chart [Kitco Inc.]

And that is where a company called Karatbars comes in.  Starting in 2009, or just a year after the global financial and banking systems experienced catastrophic meltdown, a business model was born that sought to get affordable gold into the hands of every person by selling it not in ounces, but in gram sizes.

And to help accommodate this goal, Karatbars latched onto an affiliate referral program that has many components taken from the Amazon.com model, and is allowing customers to earn money, free gold, and commissions simply by referring others to buy gold from them.

And it can be done without having to buy an affiliate package, or purchase anything yourself.

In essence, one can simply refer others to the company, and if they purchase gold, you can earn enough over time to buy your own gold at no cost to yourself.

Here is a video that explains how you can earn free gold by simply referring others to sign up and buy gold from Karatbars.



And beginning this year, and especially as gold prices have soared by more than 25%, Karatbars has introduced derivative gold amounts, such as 1/10th, 1/4, and 1/2 of a gram to make buying affordable gold even better.
If you want to know more about this opportunity to protect your wealth, purchase money which has been the most recognized around the world for 5000 years, or just want to learn about earning free gold without a single cost to you, click on the link below and select Affiliate and sign up today.

https://karatbars.com/?page=signup&s=argonath

Bernie Sanders throws supporters under the bus by choosing to follow Hillary and her 'free college' program

Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders will formally give his support to Hillary Clinton on Tuesday, July 12 as he ends a presidential campaign that was fueled by younger voters motivated by his promises for free stuff.

Like Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders was an outsider who offered a more Socialist agenda for the American people, and campaigned on promises of free college, free healthcare, $15 minimum wage, and a myriad of other programs that according to his estimation would have doubled the $18 trillion national debt during his term in office.

On Tuesday, 74-year-old Socialist titan Bernie Sanders, a man who displayed a vibrant energy and enthusiasm that caught fire with young people across America in his noble fight against the establishment, will formally endorse Hillary Clinton who is perhaps the most corrupt politician in US history with more skeletons hiding in her closet than the crypt keeper. - Sputnik News
In perhaps an attempt to co-opt Sanders voters, Hillary Clinton recently announced her own 'free college' plan that like Obamacare, would only aid a small portion of students while at the same time subsidize Big Education with hundreds of billions of dollars.
Although many millennials scoffed at Hillary’s announcement that she had conjured up a free college plan as simply “stealing the Bern” - appropriating her opponents policy position and pretending that the idea was her own - after reading the details it is all too obvious that this plan has Clinton written all over  it. 
For one, the proposal is designed to fail offering free tuition to students whose families earn less than $80,000 per year in the first year while edging up to $125,000 by the fifth year. That sounds wondrously sensible, but it begs the question what happens to the kid whose parents make $80,001? Or do parents instead decide to forego work if they have children in college so as to fit under the threshold. 
The plan also calls for an addition $350 billion to colleges and universities across the country with no strings attached requiring the funds to go towards student scholarship while students allow them to cut costs by performing vital college services currently done by employees that make much more than $9/hr. It is, in fact, a free money giveaway to millionaire ‘public’ college and university presidents to pad their already lavish six and seven figure salaries.
So in the end, the 'Feel the Bern' revolution peters out with little fanfare and a concession to the establishment candidate.  And the millennials and younger generation who followed Sanders all the way to the end, are left with a difficult choice, of two candidates that appeal to none of them.

Get your cow costume ready right now and it will get you free food at Chick-fil-a on Tuesday

On Tuesday, July 12, Chick-fil-a is having their Cow Appreciation Day and anyone who chooses to dress up in a bovine costume will be able to get free food at any of their fast food outlets.

Chick-fil-a has been celebrating Cow Appreciation Day for more than a decade and has been a hit for many fans of the restaurant who enjoy dressing up to represent their allegiance to tasty chicken over the standard burger fare that frequents the majority of fast food chains.

Any adult who comes into one of the restaurant’s locations wearing a cow outfit, or even a cow-spotted accessory, is entitled to a free entree. Children wearing a cow costume can get a free kid’s meal. - Fortune Magazine
So get ready right now for some free grub tomorrow, and the good part is... no one will be able to see you under your cow head mask!

Web bots call for large surge in gold, silver, and bitcoin prices through July And August

Most people who study alternative monetary technicals know about Cliff High and his Web bot project, which scours the net to find trends based on the frequency of what people are thinking and talking about.  And while web bot forecasts are never 100% correct, for the most part they have predicted future trends with uncanny accuracy.

Over the weekend, Cliff High published his latest web bot trend and it has to deal specifically with gold, silver, and bitcoin, and where prices for these physical and crypto-currencies are headed over the next month and a half.  And for stackers, the trend they have already seen since the beginning of the year is expected to continue, and even soar much higher once certain resistance levels are surpassed.

Live New York Gold Chart [Kitco Inc.]

Global bonds at negative yield reach $13 trillion as the Dutch join in with the rest of the EU

We may have to rename the global bond market to ‘Fast and Furious -1.0’ because that is exactly what is happening to the expanding amount of sovereign bonds in both Europe and Japan.  Last week, bonds with a negative yield were estimated to be about $11.5 trillion, and just one week later, that amount has grown by 11.5% to now be around $13 trillion.
And the newest member to join the negative yield club are the Dutch, who’s Netherlands sovereign bonds for the first time fell to negative yields.
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Sunday, July 10, 2016

Gold has unlimited potential as central banks confused about which way to go with monetary policy

It is a given that gold is the counter-weight to fiat currencies as its price and value nearly always goes up when a nation's paper money goes down in value and purchasing power.  But what is now different, and what is suddenly being revealed is how gold is also a counter balance to central banks and monetary policy, and according to one Wall Street trader, the potential for higher gold prices is unlimited due the fact that the Fed, ECB, and BOJ are at an impasse on what to do to stave off financial calamity.

Starting in 2015, the Federal Reserve board of governors announced that there would be several rate hikes to the Fed funds rate over the next few years.  But each time they met to look over the data and seek to implement a hike, all they reported were excuses as to why they couldn't raise the cost of borrowing money.  And ever since June of this year when the Fed elected once again not to raise rates despite the fact that market sentiment was over 70% in the rate hike camp, the central bank has lost a great deal of credibility and this has been seen by the continuing rise of the gold price.

On CNBC's "Futures Now" this week, Tom Colvin said that gold will remain in a bull market that will only come to an end "when central banks take their hands out of the cookie jar." The Federal Reserve is unlikely to hike rates in the foreseeable future, despite a blockbuster June employment report on Friday. 
"The year-to-date rally in gold has been nothing short of spectacular, benefiting from what we have seen as a 'confused Fed' or a Fed lacking action," the senior vice president of global institutional sales at Ambrosino Brothers explained. 
Gold prices have rallied 28 percent in 2016, hitting a two year high earlier this week. Even as the yellow metal has pulled back from those highs in the last two sessions, Colvin expects these dips to arise as buying opportunities for investors. 
"The market can take good news and bad news," Colvin told CNBC. However, "a confused Fed, saying one thing but doing another over and over invites buyers of gold to jump into the pool with both feet and they have." - CNBC
Validation of this price action was also be seen on Friday, when the BLS announcement a monster rise in job creation that knocked down the gold price at the start of the trading day, only to see that price not only recover its initial losses, but close out the day in the green.

Live New York Gold Chart [Kitco Inc.]

FBI chief James Comey learned nothing about honesty during his time at a hedge fund

One day after FBI Director James Comey stunned the public by announcing that although Democratic Presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton egregiously broke at least six Federal statutes in the handling of classified material, no charges would be brought against her due her perceived intent in the mishandling of classified documents, the former Assistant District Attorney is headed to Congress to face the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee to answer as to why he failed to bring about an indictment recommendation despite the evidence he presented.
And among all this, what is perhaps most ironic is that Director Comey at one time worked for three years at a unique hedge fund, which prided itself on absolute truth, honesty, and transparency.
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Friday, July 8, 2016

Japan investors fleeing from negative rate bonds and buying/storing gold in Switzerland out of fear of government confiscation

The Japanese people have gone through a great deal over the past 30 years, and trust in their government may have finally reached the low point.  That is because after years of zero and now negative interest rates, the transference of their retirement accounts to the U.S. in exchange for Treasury debt, and a money printing scheme that has completely destroyed their economy, those with money left are breaking away from the system and buying and offshoring physical gold in vast quantities.

There are three primary reasons why the Japanese populace and investors are fleeing out of Yen based assets and into physical gold.  First, because of asset deflation and negative interest rates the Japanese feel there is no investment left besides gold that will protect or grow their wealth within their economy.  Secondly, following a recent visit from former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to Japan, the people recognize that the only remaining option for the central bank is to expand the money supply to the point where all assets will become bubble inflated, and wealth will be evaporated from an insolvent currency.  And finally, the real threat of asset confiscation, particularly for gold, is now weighing on the minds of the Japanese and why they are choosing to store their gold offshore and in Swiss vault accounts.

Peter Boockvar – “Buy As Much Gold As You Can Now”
As Bloomberg reports, in the face of a clear lack of trust in Japanese leadership, local investors are buying gold to store in Switzerland. The reason: they are increasingly worried about confiscation which is why they are storing it half way around the globe.  The number of buyers jumped 62% in the first six months from the second half of 2015, Atsuko Sato Whitehouse, head of Japanese markets at the London-based BullionVault investment service, said this week.  
The clear action of gold buying comes only months after we reported on the increased demand for safes in Japan. This is what we said back in February: “Look no further than Japan’s hardware stores for a worrying new sign that consumers are hoarding cash--the opposite of what the Bank of Japan had hoped when it recently introduced negative interest rates,” WSJ wrote this morning. “Signs are emerging of higher demand for safes—a place where the interest rate on cash is always zero, no matter what the central bank does.” 
However, something has changed, and it is almost as if Japan is expected the ghost of FDR to arrive soon and confiscate their gold. 
“Many of our Japanese customers think it’s too risky to hold gold bars at home and they want to keep them in Switzerland because they are anxious about the future of Japan,” Whitehouse said in an interview. The country’s growth has stagnated for a decade, defying fiscal and monetary stimulus which has driven up public debt to more than double the value of annual economic output.