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?

Showing posts with label paris attacks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label paris attacks. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Watchdog reveals that the London banking system protocols allow for money laundering by terror groups

Since 9/11, most of the draconian laws instituted in the West under the guise of ‘fighting terrorism’ were never meant to actually fight and stop these radical groups, but instead they were created to instill fear, and remove liberties from the people’s of these countries.  And one does not have to go very far to realize this than to look just 10 days ago in Paris where a small group of terrorists were able to inflict massive amounts of violence under the noses of a government that already had massive surveillance and wiretapping systems already in place to protect against incidents like this.
But besides communication and coordination,  terrorists also need funding to be able to carry out their horrific objectives.  And in a new report from the watchdog group, Transparency International, a study on one of the most surveilled cities in the world shows that very little has been done to secure their banking systems from being used as a monetary conduit for terrorists, and that their banks are wide open to playing a big role in today’s terrorism.

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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Here we go… EU goes after Bitcoin under guise of ‘funding terrorism’

In the aftermath of the terror attacks in Paris last weekend, leaders within the European Union (EU) are functioning as expected by engaging in a reactionary crisis mode as they attempt to appear relevant following the deaths of over 100 people.  And using the axiom coined by former U.S. Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel where governments should never let a crisis ‘go to waste’, EU ministers have begin focusing on Bitcoin rather than the root causes of the attacks by claiming the crypto-currency is a primary platform for the funding of terrorism.
Bitcoin in itself is amoral, and acts as a medium of exchange between any number of paper currencies, or in direct trade for goods and services.  And like the failed arguments made by a small section of the population that claims that guns kill people, even though it is little more than an inanimate tool used for good or evil, the real reasons behind Europe’s new push to regulate Bitcoin is more about control than it is about halting terrorism or illegal activity.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

French coordination with Russia over ISIS could lead to end of sanctions

One of the most important things people have to remember about the sanctions that have been imposed upon Russia is that they were not decided upon by a coalition of nations, but instead from a forced policy by the U.S. alone.  And through their bullying of allied countries in the European Union and in Japan, others followed suit with Washington out of fear, intimidation, or from potential financial threats.
But following the ISIS terror attacks in Paris last weekend, at least one nation is bringing up the possibility of ending their stance with the U.S. in sanctioning Russia, especially since the French government is now pleading its case to Vladimir Putin to aid and assist their new war on the Islamic Caliphate.

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