Saturday, March 23, 2013

Saturday's Headlines

Prophetic related news are unrelenting now - and serves to remind us of the nature of 'birth pains'. There will be no reversal of the frequency and intensity of prophetic related events we are observing from around the world:

I changed the title of this article for emphasis. This could have been written by a prophecy watcher as the same 'rules' apply. 

The usual attack against my articles is to throw out the phrase, "fear mongering!" It's a juvenile strategy, of course, because it avoids any discussion of what's really happening. When is fear mongering NOT fear mongering? When it's TRUE.

If your house is burning down and a neighbor says, "Hey, your house is on fire," that's not fear mongering. That's an important notification of a bad event.

I've learned that the farther out you can see into the future, the more insane "regular" people think you are. By "regular" people, I mean all those living in their delusional worlds engineered by CNN propaganda and political disinfo. To those people, there's never anything to worry about and all crisis events are "sudden" and "random." They never see patterns in anything. They have no ability to understand trends, cycles or long-term ramifications of present-day events. They are truly blind to the way the world really works. They are the majority masses who think Obama is going to save them and that the Federal Reserve is a branch of the federal government because the word "federal" is in the name.

People like me, on the other hand, must live with the burden (or perhaps a curse) of knowing what's coming and trying to warn people, most of whom don't want to be told what's coming. Alex Jones faces the same challenge. People call him "negative" because he's telling you about approaching events that are very, very bad. Most people don't want to hear that, so they tune out and live in denial. But Alex Jones is right most of the time, too. Probably even more than 70%.

Gerald Celente is another modern-day prophet of sorts, although he would not like me using the term "prophet." He's just a really smart guy who sees patterns and understands where things are headed. Mark my words: In five years, all of you will wish you had listened to Gerald Celente and heeded his warnings on the approaching bank failures and global debt collapse.

Many more people will wish they would have heeded my warnings, too, on the big events headed our way such as a global debt collapse, mass social unrest, a major false flag attack on a U.S. city blamed on patriots, followed by a nationwide declaration of martial law and the rollout of an armed domestic military using those 1.6 billion bullets purchased by DHS.

For those of you who are already unplugged from the Matrix and living in the real world, rest assured things are headed for global catastrophe at many levels. DHS didn't buy 1.6 billion bullets just to sit on them. They are fully intending to use them on the streets of America. The global banking system is on the verge of catastrophe. War drums are heard in the Middle East (Iran). Tensions are high across the United States, with gun owners practically ready to start a revolution against the tyranny in Washington. North Korea is threatening to nuke America. Ocean ecosystems are collapsing. The Fed is pumping fake money into the system like never before, DHS is buying thousands of armored assault vehicles, and the lies in the media have never been more outrageous and persistent.

Cyprus is Europe’s original failure. It was the first part of modern Europe to be invaded and colonized by Muslims, while its native Christian population was ethnically cleansed. Cyprus is to Islam what Czechoslovakia was to Nazism; the canary in the coal mine warning of worse things to come.

Now Cyprus has wound up in the middle of the European Union’s meltdown as everyone scrambles to salvage what they can from an unsustainable system at the expense of everyone else. We are seeing the beginnings of bailout cannibalism as the Eurocrats manipulate entire nations into fighting each other. The real purpose of the deposit grab was to wreck Cyprus’s banking sector and continue the centralization of international finance.

Cyprus is the place we go to learn that everything is tangled up with everything else and that the only things left are blame to be passed around and money to be stolen.
Everyone is deep in debt and no one is going to pay up. And why should they? Southern Europe may have dug itself into a hole, but the Eurocrats ordering them to dig out were the ones who provided the shovel because it seemed like a good idea at the time. Debt was a profitable and useful political tool. It still is.

Cyprus was a dirty little demonstration that you can kill two birds with one stone by giving a desperate government two impossible choices. And despite all the reassurances, there is no real reason to believe that it will stay in Cyprus. If anything the last few days have demonstrated how effective that particular tactic is. And once the money has fled Cyprus, the demonstration will be considered a success.
Whether or not other governments and their banking systems begin looting consumers as crudely as the Cyprus scheme attempted to do; loot them they shall. And they will hit the middle class, because that is, as a famous bank robber once said, where the money is.
The left likes to pretend that removing the middle class will make room for some clean regime of the oppressed. What it will actually do is remove the citizenry with enough power and wealth to keep government in check and replace it with beggars and rebels who depend on government subsidies while hating the government. If you want to see what an extended bout of that looks like, you can travel to the Middle East. These days you can try Europe as well.

This is a very interesting commentary:

Most analysts think President Obama went to Israel in a public relations effort to smooth relations between the two countries. He wasn’t aiming for any breakthroughs in the peace process, and tried to dampen expectations in advance.  The visit may have started out that way, but by the end I think something significant did happen.   
There are signs President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu have come to some sort of private understanding over Iran. I think Obama gave Netanyahu a green light to do whatever Israel has to do to stop Iran.  America will give Israel the advanced weapons it needs for a preemptive strike against Iran’s nuclear sites, but will not join in that fight. Obama said, “we’ve got your back,” but did not say "we’ll be with you shoulder to shoulder should fighting break out."

But it wasn’t just friendlier body language; what they said was even more revealing. Here are four things that caught my attention:
1. Obama and Netanyahu both said Israel has the right to defend itself, by itself, against any threat.   They’ve said those words before, but this time they kept repeating the mantra, saying it several times, often using the very same words. Netanyahu said,  “Israel can never cede the right to defend ourselves to others, even to the greatest of our friends.” Obama said, “your first task is to keep the people of Israel safe.”
2. Israel and the US intelligence agencies now see eye to eye on how close Iran is to having nuclear weapons.  In the past Obama, and his aides have said the Iranian leaders hadn’t made the decision to ‘go nuclear,’ even though they were enriching uranium. It was always in stark contrast to Netanyahu’s statements that Israel was at the threshold.
This time Obama said, “our intelligence cooperation on this issue, the consultation between our militaries, our intelligence, is unprecedented, and there is not a lot of light, a lot of daylight between our countries’ assessments in terms of where Iran is right now.” Netanyahu echoed him by saying, “we share information and we have a common assessment” on Iran’s nuclear enrichment and weapons development programs.
3. Both acknowledged that the US and Israel see the threat differently. Obama said, “Israel is differently situated than the United States. And I would not expect that the Prime Minister would make a decision about his country’s security and defer that to any other country -- any more than the United States would defer our decisions about what was important for our national security."
4. Both leaders talked about continuing and extending US military assistance to Israel, with Obama pledging “to preserve Israel’s qualitative military edge [and here it is again] so it can defend itself, by itself, against any threat.” And just in case reporters missed the significance of this, Netanyahu wrapped up the press conference by saying, “I think you’ve just heard something that is very meaningful.  It may have escaped you, but it hasn’t escaped me. And that is the president announced that in addition to all the aid that his administration has provided -- including the Iron Dome, including defense funding for Israel during very difficult times -- he has announced that we are going to begin talks on another 10-year process arrangement to ensure American military assistance to Israel. I think this is very significant.”
This all sounds good. The U.S. wants to stop Iran from getting nuclear weapons, but doesn’t want another Middle East War to do so. 
Diplomacy hasn’t worked; neither have sanctions. So let’s give Israel the weapons it needs to do the job. Neat, clean, over before you know it, and the U.S. stays out.

It's probably no coincidence that newly-minted Chinese leader Xi Jinping chose Moscow, where he arrived Friday for a three-day visit, to be his first foreign destination.

Over the coming weekend Mr. Xi will huddle in the Kremlin with President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, and other Russian officials to discuss the usual list of items on the two countries' burgeoning bilateral trade agenda: Russian gas, oil, arms, and engineering goods in exchange for Chinese consumer products. Official sources say they expect about 30 agreements to be signed, mainly in the field of energy.
But underlying that is a growing sense that the two countries are being driven together by shifting geopolitical winds, which are alienating each from the West while intensifying the need for more reliable partnerships. As Xi arrived in Moscow Friday, Mr. Putin stressed that ties between Russia and China have never been stronger, and they are set to grow warmer still.

Over the past year Moscow's relations with Washington have turned from sour to toxic, and many policymakers in Moscow say they're no longer even interested in being friends.
The European Union ­– which is still, officially, listed as a top priority in Russia's foreign policy doctrine – is beset by financial crisis. It is actively working to reduce its dependence on Russian energy supplies and, to top it off, last week attempted to bail out banks on the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus with a special tax that would have hammered thousands of rich Russianswho keep bank accounts there.
Russia and China have joined together to veto Western-sponsored resolutions in the UN Security Council that might enable outside involvement in Syria's ongoing civil war, and both tend to share a common allergy to all talk of "humanitarian intervention"  in any of the world's trouble spots. Experts say they share similar views on how to contain the nuclear ambitions of North Korea, and also the need to prepare for instability emanating from Afghanistan after the US and NATO allies draw down their forces next year.
"A number of things are converging at the same time," says Alexei Pushkov, chair of the State Duma's international affairs committee.
"Countries like Russia and China look at the traditional power centers – the US and Europe – and see that these countries cannot provide answers. Everyone has the feeling that the old world order is finished. This cascade of events drives Russia and China further from reliance on the Euro-Atlantic world. After all, what kind of example do they provide if they just confiscate money from peoples' accounts?" he says.

Mr Xi said that the relations between the two countries are the best ever.
In recent years, the need to counterbalance the growing might of the US has led to the two to set aside some  differences. Strong trade links have also smoothed some of the wrinkles in the interim, with bilateral trade soaring to a record £58bn last year.
Beijing and Moscow have taken similar stances on some of the biggest geopolitical issues of recent years, from North Korea to Iran to Syria, often voting in concert to veto punitive sanctions by the UN Security Council.
Many analysts believe their relationship is likely to strengthen, especially as the United States tries to expand its influence in Asia, and both countries are firm in rejecting Western criticism of their human rights records.

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Stephen said...

Frankly, I could care LESS about bulls and their UP and UP fantasies.

This will end badly, no matter what. IF those banks on CYPRUS
ever open, there will be bank runs
to the hills.

There will be a COLLAPSE no matter what. There is just too much debt
to deal with in regards to total
deposits at banks there...

Not to mention various articles that have made it QUITE CLEAR
that trust is shot to hell all
over the EU by now...

Brussels simply CANNOT be trusted.


Stephen >>>>>>>>>>>>>

Unknown said...

If and when Obama agrees to an attack on Iran, it will be to further Saudi interests, not Israeli.

Unknown said...

As far as conspiracies go, if you quote a news article from RT, Debka, The Mail instead of from NBC, you are going to be called names. Is radiation still pouring into the ocean from Fulushima? Is the US arming Al Quada? Not according to the MSM, we should just go back to sleep.

Scott said...

I agree with all of the above. There will be a crash at some point and the dollar will collapse at some point. No doubt. I also agree that Saudi interests are prominent in our actions in the ME - I believe thats pretty well proven. As far as name calling - as they say, "sticks and stones...." :)

Robin said...

A story featured on Drudge today, makes the US backed Syrian Rebel thugs appear to be the perps of the chemical attack earlier this week . . .not the Syrian government as Obama had hoped.

Do you ever wonder how some people can be so completely blind to the truth? IS their a veil over the eyes of some so they just won't see?

I understand this passage refers specifically to AFTER the AC is revealed, so after the Rapture . . .but I'm reminded of this passage as I look around and see such utter complacency:

2 Thessalonians 2:9-12
The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with how Satan works. He will use all sorts of displays of power through signs and wonders that serve the lie, and all the ways that wickedness deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie and so that all will be condemned who have not believed the truth but have delighted in wickedness.