Oct 222016


The Telegraph: “The risk of a US recession next year is rising fast. The Federal Reserve has no margin for error.

Liquidity is suddenly drying up. Early warning indicators from US ‘flow of funds’ data point to an incipient squeeze, the long-feared capitulation after five successive quarters of declining corporate profits.”

Opinion: I can’t help but remember when people complained that the wait at the US Post Office was too long and the government’s solution was to eliminate clocks.

In the same way, when the Obama government decided that GDP (Gross Domestic Product) continued to show weak economic growth they decided to change how GDP is calculated.

That is exactly what happened in 2013 when the government added a bunch of dubious calculations to GDP to show healthy, but phony, economic growth.

Wham-o, things didn’t look as gloomy and President Obama crowed on endlessly about how his plan was working.

But even with the sleight of hand, the US economy is now growing at an anemic 1%, which is 2 percentage points below what is needed to provide jobs for new workers coming into the labor force.

The Federal Reserve’s main tool for stimulating the economy is to lower short-term interest rates. But since rates have been at zero or near zero for a decade that option has been off the table.

That is why the Fed wants to raise rates so badly. The problem is that when they raised by 1/4 point in December 2015 the markets went into a nose dive.

The Fed has experimented with dubious schemes like QE and Twist which are nothing more than creating counterfeit money, handing it to the big banks and letting them drive equity, bond, and real estate prices higher.

Once again, we can look to the word of God for guidance. In Genesis 41:28-30 Joseph interpreted the dreams of Pharaoh:

“ …. God has shown to Pharaoh what He is about to do. There will come seven years of great plenty throughout all the land of Egypt, but after them there will arise seven years of famine, and all the plenty will be forgotten in the land of Egypt. “

The last recession ended in 2009.

Oct 072016

48minArutz Sheva: “The New York Times has demanded US President Barack Obama use his last months in office to hit Israel hard diplomatically.

Apparently, this is in response to the fact that the Israeli government “approved the construction of a new Jewish settlement in the West Bank,” which is simply “another step in the steady march under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to build on land needed to create a Palestinian state.”

Opinion: The furor is over a government plan to build houses for Israel’s quickly growing population. Anti-Semitism is on the rise and Jews from North Africa and Europe are making their way home.

The two-state solution has been dropped by the Republican party but remains a progressive globalist dream, despite the fact that the Arab side will not recognize Israel’s right to exist or drop the demand to allow 5 million refugees who are being denied citizenship in their actual place of origin back into Israel.

The New York Times and the Obama government are doing their best to bring more judgment on our nation under the Abrahamic Covenant.

Better not put the patio furniture back out.

Sep 062016


The New American: “Alongside a brutal communist dictator, Obama used his infamous pen and his huge ego this weekend to “save our planet” from humans and the essential-to-life gas carbon dioxide they all exhale. At least that is what the would-be savior of the planet wants people to think.

In the city of Hangzhou, China, Obama announced his pretended “ratification” of a massive United Nations treaty on alleged man-made global warming, working in tandem with Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping and Beijing’s rubber-stamp legislature. Congress, though, was not consulted, and federal law prohibits compliance with the UN scheme.

Their fear is that a potential President Donald Trump takes over and makes good on his pledge to “cancel” the UN deal.

boOpinion: Donald Trump must be doing better than the Obamapress is letting us in on. With his presidency just a few months from being over, the president is pulling out all the stops.

Of course the UN treaty ratification was pure theater, but don’t think for a minute that Obama’s actions on climate over the past 7 years didn’t do significant damage to America.

A Daily Caller post from yesterday said this: “This Labor Day, America has 83,000 fewer coal jobs and 400 coal mines than it did when Barack Obama was elected in 2008, showing that the president has followed through on his pledge to “bankrupt” the coal industry.”

Thanks to a drop in oil prices, America’s energy costs have not skyrocketed as Obama said they would, but one oil tanker sunk in the straits of Hormuz could change that in a heartbeat.

It is important to remember on November 8, that a President Clinton, along with a newly elected Democrat Congress, will no doubt approve the UN’s climate deal:

“I applaud President Obama, Secretary Kerry and our negotiating team for helping deliver a new, ambitious international climate agreement in Paris. This is an historic step forward in meeting one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century—the global crisis of climate change.” Hillary Clinton, December 12, 2015.


Sep 022016
Jackson Hole’s Gangsters and Banksters: What Are They Planning?

The New American: “As we have noted in our past reports on the Jackson Hole events of the Fed, (see, for instance, Jackson Hole Conclave: Central Bankers Plan Global Theft, Massive Pain) these yearly jamborees bring together the capi de tutti capi (the “bosses of all the bosses”) of the Money Mafia to decide how much


Yellen suggests letting the Fed buy more kinds of assets

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Aug 272016
Yellen suggests letting the Fed buy more kinds of assets

Washington Examiner: “Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen suggested that the central bank might buy more kinds of assets in a future crisis during a speech Friday on the tools available to the Fed to manage the money supply. In an address prepared for an appearance at an annual conference in Jackson Hole, Wyo., Yellen said


US preliminary Q2 gross domestic product at 1.2% vs 2.6% expected

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Aug 272016
US preliminary Q2 gross domestic product at 1.2% vs 2.6% expected

CNBC: “U.S. economic growth was a bit more sluggish than initially thought in the second quarter as businesses aggressively ran down stocks of unsold goods, offsetting a spurt in consumer spending. Gross domestic product expanded at a 1.1 percent annual rate, the Commerce Department said on Friday in its second estimate of GDP. That was

Aug 192016
Paul Singer Says "Everyone Is In The Dark"; Warns Of "Sudden, Intense Market Breakdown"

Zero Hedge: “As Singer admits in Elliott’s Q2 letter to investors, what the fund, up 6% YTD, is seeing, is “the most peculiar period we have faced in 39 years.” The details are familiar to those who have read Singer’s previous laments (most recently here) on central planning: too much central bank power, too much

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