Socio-Economics History Blog

Socio-Economics & History Commentary

The History of Aliens, Nephilim, Fallen Angels And Demons! EndTimes Strong Delusion!

Vodpod videos no longer available.

August 13, 2010 Posted by | EndTimes, History, Social Trends | , , , | 17 Comments

Svali: The Illuminati Defector Who Turned To Christ !

Vodpod videos no longer available.


August 13, 2010 Posted by | EndTimes | , , | 5 Comments

Is This Finally The Economic Collapse?

  • The tone for the past few weeks in the MSM has changed. They are actively selling economic collapse. This is clear indication that the Illuminists are about to pull the plug on the world economy. Massive QE 2.0 is dead ahead. This will result in a global currency crisis. This is really an engineered attack on all fiat currencies to sell their One World Currency and Global Central Bank solution.
  • Will all nations surrender their sovereignty and accept a supra national global central bank and global government? Obviously not. War is inevitable. Those who do not submit to this new evil hegemony(The Mystery Babylon Whore) will be demonized as the new Axis of Evil: Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Myanmar….+++.
  • Keep in mind that this is about total control, the destruction of the current order and remaking of the world into their New World Luciferian Order! They want to demolish norms, rules, cultures, religions, laws, languages…. and remake the world with a new set of world citizenry law/regulations. They will annihilate entire generations who cannot change/accept this Global Satanic State to achieve their goals.
    Daniel 7:23-25 (New King James Version)
    23 “Thus he said: 
          ‘The fourth beast shall be
          A fourth kingdom on earth,
          Which shall be different from all other kingdoms,
          And shall devour the whole earth,
          Trample it and break it in pieces.
    24 The ten horns are ten kings
          Who shall arise from this kingdom.
          And another shall rise after them;
          He shall be different from the first ones,
          And shall subdue three kings.
    25 He shall speak pompous words against the Most High,
          Shall persecute[d] the saints of the Most High,
          And shall intend to change times and law.
          Then the saints shall be given into his hand
          For a time and times and half a time. 

    Is this finally the economic collapse?
    FORTUNE — The Great Depression. Wall Street in 1987. Japan in 1997. Points of economic collapse are generally crystal clear in the rear-view mirror. Professional politicians in Japan have been telling stories for 20 years as to why they can prevent economic stagnation. In the US, the storytelling started in 2007. All the while, stock market and real-estate prices have repeatedly rallied to lower-highs, then collapsed again, to lower-lows.
    Despite the many differences between Japan and the US, there is one similarity that continues to matter most in the risk management model my colleagues and I use at
    Hedgeye, our research firm — debt as a percentage of GDP. Now that the US can’t cut interest rates any lower, the only option left on the table is what the Fed just announced it would start doing — buying Treasury debt. And that could lead the country to the brink of collapse: According to economists Carmen Reinhart & Ken Rogoff, whose views we share, crossing the 90% debt/GDP threshold is the equivalent of crossing the proverbial Rubicon of economic growth. It’s a point from which it’s almost impossible to return.
    On July 2nd, we cut both our third quarter 2010 and full year 2011 GDP estimates for the US to 1.7%. At the time, the consensus around US economic growth estimates was about 3%. Now we’re starting to see both big brokerage analysts and the Federal Reserve gradually cut their GDP estimates, but not by enough. Even our estimate for 2011 is still too high.
    Slowing growth, both domestically and in China, is core to our bearish views on both the strength of the US dollar and US equities. There will be a downward bias to our US growth estimates as long as debt-financed-deficit-spending continues to be the solution politicians and central bankers turn to as a fix to our financial crisis.
    … the ‘government is good’ crowd leaked word that this second round of “quantitative easing,” known as QE2, was coming, and that Ben Bernanke was going to respond to our buy-and-hope begging. (The first round of quantitative easing was the Fed’s unprecedented purchase of agency debt to prop up the housing market, along with credit facilities for big banks, which began in 2008 and ended earlier this year.)
    So now what?
    With 40.8 million Americans on food stamps (record high) and 45% of the unemployed having been seeking employment for 27 weeks or more (record high), what’s left if (or when) QE2 doesn’t kick start GDP growth? Should we start begging for QE3? Should we cancel the bomb of the National Association of Realtors’ existing home sales report, scheduled for public release on August 24th? Or should we bite the bullet and accept that current economic policy dictates 0% returns-on-savings, even as Washington continues to lever-up our future to the point of economic collapse?
    Before the Fiat Fools — Hedgeye’s name for political actors and bankers who have placed their hopes of economic recovery in printing endless supplies of new cash — run out campaigning for QE3, maybe they should analyze some real time market results to yesterday’s announcement of QE2:
    1)The US dollar is battling for resuscitation after 9 consecutive down weeks — down 9% since June.
    2) US Treasury yields are making record lows on the short end of the curve, with 2-year yields striking 0.49%.
    3) The yield spread (in this case the difference in return between 10-year and 2-year Treasury bills, which shows a long-term confidence when high) continues to collapse, down another 4 basis point day-over-day to 223 basis points.
    4) The S&P 500 is down below its 200-day moving average (a common signpost for the health of a market or stock) of 1115.
    5) US Volatility (VIX) is spiking from its recent stability.
    6) In Japan, long time quantitative easing specialists found their markets closing down overnight by 2.7%, which makes them down 11.9% for the year to date.
    Lest our doom and gloom seem built entirely on technical measurements, what they boil down to is actually quite simple — an idea about our country which dates back to 1835. Alexis De Tocqueville, author of Democracy in America, which was published that year, seemed to warn of this day when he wrote: “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.”


August 13, 2010 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Is This Finally The Economic Collapse?

The Gathering Storm: Britain’s Faltering Economy!

  • You don’t need to be a genius to see through all the scams run by the snakes. They shove all the bad debts of banksters and Illuminist corporations onto the sheeple. Their solution to the crisis is to encourage even more debt. The real intention is to build an even bigger crisis. So, at the end of 2 years of so-called bailouts, stimulus and spending (in reality: grand larceny, daylight robbery and lining their pockets) , they say the economy is tanking, ‘we could not have foreseen this‘!
  • Do you really buy this stuff? How stupid do they think we are? Private debts have been socialized and profits have been kept by Illuminist banksters. Of course, the next stage of this problem is a sovereign debt crisis and a global currency meltdown!
    The gathering storm: Britain’s faltering economy
    High inflation. Slow growth. Falling house prices. Rising unemployment. Banks that remain broken. Confidence shredded.  Almost precisely three years after a financial crisis with its genesis on Wall Street and in the City of London mutated into the worst slump since the 1930s, the British economy seems set to suffer the worst of all economic worlds, a lethal combination that means life will be far from normal for many years. Indeed, conditions will be made more difficult by the harshest public spending cuts since the Second World War, however necessary they may be judged to be. 
    The Governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, warned yesterday that bank lending, the public finances and the economy as a whole will take many years to return to pre-crisis levels. He confirmed that inflation would be higher next year than previously feared, and growth in the economy slower. The upturn will be “slow and sluggish”, he added; things would be “choppy”. 
    Business and consumer surveys clearly show that the emergency Budget led to an immediate loss of confidence among households and companies, which almost certainly led to lower sales on the high street and a further slump in investment. 
    One of the many injustices of the crisis is the way that a recession caused by London and Manhattan bankers unleashed its havoc upon blameless firms and families across industries in the North, the Midlands and Wales, destroying livelihoods. Now, still reeling from the closures, the sackings and the repossessions, these same regions, many of which have relied on government jobs to sustain them, are threatened with savage Budget cuts. In many parts of the country, and for many thousands of families, the recession is far from over: “Double dip” may not do it justice. 
    The Bank’s warnings add to signs that the UK will soon suffer from the worst of all worlds on almost every main economic indicator – high unemployment coupled with inflation; depressed growth and house prices; and a widening divergence between the better-off regions and those, such as the Midlands, which have been hit hardest in the downturn. Public spending cuts threaten to throttle revivals in industrial centres such as Coventry and Newcastle, where government agencies and schemes also provide many jobs. 
    So while the whole nation will suffer a squeeze in its living standards over the next 12 months – thanks to minimal wage rises, tax hikes and soaring food and petrol prices – the most disadvantaged households in the most distressed regions are set to suffer the greatest pain. And, even though the latest figures on unemployment show a stabilising total just shy of 2.5 million, an additional 1.5 million are in temporary or part-time work because they cannot find a full-time job. The numbers of long-term unemployed are also up sharply; 796,000 Britons have been without work for more than a year, and 313,000 for over two years. Many economists believe that a headline figure of 3 million jobless next year is a growing possibility.
    Inflation, says the Bank , will remain above the official target for the whole of 2011, with an outside chance that it will spike as high as 5 per cent. Recent sharp rises in the price of foodstuffs and other commodities, including a doubling in wheat in two months, and the rise in VAT threatens a sharp spike in the prices households pay for everyday items such as petrol and bread. Again, poorer families will be the most disadvantaged, especially if they rely on housing benefit or disability allowances, soon to be reformed.
    But that relatively high inflation rate – which promises to be the worst among the advanced G7 economies – will be combined with growth of about 3 per cent over the next two years or so, rather than the 3.5 per cent previously estimated by the Bank. That is markedly more optimistic than official projections from the Office for Budget Responsibility for growth of 2.3 per cent in 2011, or the IMF, which sees the UK growing by a slow 2.1 per cent next year. According to the range of forecasts the Bank produces there is a chance that the economy will experience negative annual growth in the middle of next year. 
    Yesterday Mr King was keen to stress that the risk of a Greek-style sovereign debt crisis had been eased by the Budget, and with it the extremely damaging possibility of a sky-high rise in interest rates. But the internal dangers to the economy, even before the Chancellor takes £113bn out of the economy and 600,000 public-sector jobs with it, seem scarcely less real.


August 13, 2010 Posted by | Economics | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Suttmeier: “Waves of More Foreclosures” = More Bank Failures + Big Trouble for the FDIC!

Vodpod videos no longer available.

  • After trillion dollars of bailout and stimulus, the economy is still in the tank! At zero percent interest rate, the economy is still flat lining. This is no ordinary recession. This is the Big One, the Great Depression 2.0. This is an engineered calamity by the Illuminists to take down America and the world and goto war! Yahoo Finance:
    The U.S. housing market continues to send mix signals.  More homes continue to enter foreclosure but the number of homeowners carrying so-called “under water mortgages,” declined in the second quarter, reported Monday
    21.5% of homeowners owed more on their mortgage than their home was worth in the second quarter, that’s down from 23.3% in the first quarter and 23% a year ago.
    “There are a lot homes caught up in mortgage modifications,” explains Richard Suttmeier of, which he says results in a temporary stability in home prices.  The key word: temporary. “There’s waves of more foreclosures coming in the housing market because very few of the HAMP modifications are becoming permanent,” he says.
    Meanwhile, the backdoor bailout of the housing market continues. 
    Freddie Mac reported a $4.7 billion second quarter loss Monday and asked the government for another $1.8 billion in aid.  Last week, Fannie Mae – Freddie Mac’s larger counterpart – asked the government for $1.5 billion.  That brings the total tab for the government-sponsored entities to $148 billion.  Suttmeier estimates, Fannie and Freddie, will wind up costing taxpayers at least $400 billion.
    All of this housing trouble creates a vicious cycle for the economy, jobs and the fragile banking system, Suttmeier tells Aaron in this clip, predicing another 30% drop in home prices by 2014, as measured by the Case-Shiller Index.
    “If you’re not building homes, you’re not creating jobs. Construction is the biggest component of job creation on Main Street USA,” he says. “Community banks can’t lend because they’re stuffed with loans they wrote 2003-2007. They are going bad.”
    The ‘negative feedback loop’ is going to lead to more bank failures and that leads to another problem – a lack of money in the FDIC Insurance Fund.
    “The FDIC Deposit Insurance fund has now been drained by just $1.33 billion so far this quarter bringing the year to date total to $18.93 billion well above the $15.33 billion prepaid assessments for all of 2010,” Suttmeier recently wrote clients.  Ironically, filling that gap will fall on the shoulders of  the ‘Too Big To Fail Banks’ he says.  “Because they can afford it.” 
    The big banks can afford it thanks to TARP and other taxpayer subsidies but the rising cost of replenishing the FDIC fund means lower profits for the big banks, which means they’ll be even less inclined to lend money to the rest of us, further curtailing economic activity.
    Did somebody say “negative feedback loop”?


August 13, 2010 Posted by | Economics, Social Trends | , , , , , | Comments Off on Suttmeier: “Waves of More Foreclosures” = More Bank Failures + Big Trouble for the FDIC!

What Do Arabs Really Think About War With Iran?

  • The Illuminists are all out to sell us the propaganda that the whole world wants an attack on Iran. They are saying that Arab leaders also think Iran is a nuclear threat. Fact or fiction? Truth or propaganda? The Illuminists are experts in rewriting history, behavioral psychology and mass programming. They have an excellent tool in their Illuminist MSM. People are waking up to their lies though! (emphasis mine)
    What do Arabs really think about Iran?
    ….It seems that hardly a day goes by without some new article touting Arab government support for a U.S. attack on Iran, the latest by Jeffrey Goldberg in his new Atlantic piece.  For governments which have been literally begging the United States to end Israel’s occupation of Palestinian and Syrian territory in exchange for full normalization with Israel, having your opinion being considered on something – on anything – by the policy elite in the United States should be cause for celebration.  Unfortunately, the glow is turning to sunburn as all the latest hype on Arab support for a U.S. attack on Iran misses the true nature of Arab government concerns about Iran’s regional dominance.  There are three points to remember concerning Arab – Iranian relations:
    – Arab governments seek a “balance of forces” in the region – not regional conflagration.
    – Arab governments and the Arab publics tend to be in slightly different places on concern about Iran and entirely in the same place in their concern about Israel’s continued occupations of Arab territory.
    – A U.S. war with Iran which would have disastrous consequences for Israel and the United States, would only be that much more destabilizing to the current security of pro-U.S. Arab regimes.  
    Ever since Iran’s revolution in 1979, Arab governments have been concerned about the possibility of the revolution being exported.  The idea that millions of citizens of a state would engage in mass scale non-violent resistance against a U.S.-backed authoritarian government kept Arab leaders awake at night.  The fear was so palpable that almost all the Arab states (along with the U.S. and many European states) supported Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Iran in 1980 in the hopes of quashing the new model of governance that Ayatollah Khomeini was overseeing.  One decade and one million lives later, Arab governments were reassured that Iran could not extend its influence into their countries, but quickly turned on their benefactor, Saddam Hussein, when they realized that he had become the regional behemoth as a result of their support for him during the war (as evidenced by his takeover of Kuwait).  In 1991, the Arab states turned around and supported the United States as we destroyed Iraq’s military and civilian infrastructure. But they drew the line at regime change – Arab states were not prepared to support the U.S. in overthrowing the Baathist government and urged the U.S. to allow Saddam to crush the popular uprising throughout the country to overthrow him on the tail of the U.S. war.  Estimates indicate that as many as a quarter of a million Iraqis were killed.  As a result, both Iran and Iraq were “contained.”
    Are Arab governments considering yet another war?  Despite the repeated unconfirmed reports about anonymous Arab leaders urging Obama to follow Israel’s lead, the circumstances today are very different than 1979 or 1991.  There is no threat from either Iraq or Iran toward any neighboring Arab state, not real or imagined.  Iran’s unique blend of western parliamentary democracy and the “rule of jurisprudents” hasn’t really gained any adherents outside Iran.
    The Arab government position represented by the King of Jordan is also one allied with those of the Arab public as recently illustrated by Shibley Telhami’s latest poll of Arab public opinion.  The poll shows that 86% of Arabs would be “prepared for peace if Israel is willing to return all 1967 territories including East Jerusalem” even though a majority doubts Israel will do so without pressure.  This is a remarkable asset for U.S. peace-making if the U.S. chose to operationalize the President’s Cairo speech from last year.  At the same time, 77% believe “Iran has a right to its nuclear program.”  Perhaps more surprisingly, 57% of all those polled believe that it would be a more positive outcome for the Middle East if Iran actually developed nuclear weapons and an additional 20% believe it wouldn’t make a difference to the region.  This might be a consequence of believing that the U.S. will not be able to convince Israel to either end the occupation or to give up its own nuclear weapons program.
    At the end of the day, the Arab public is not only not concerned about Iran’s regional strength, but thinks it would be better for the region, probably in light of America’s perceived weakness vis-à-vis Israel, for that regional strength to continue – unlike the assessment of their rulers.  However, on the need to end Israel’s occupation, there is unanimity between the rulers and the ruled.
    For those advocates in the United States desperately trying to create a sense of inevitability to war with Iran, there is a logic to citing Arab leaders “who are more afraid of Iran than Israel.” It makes it sound as if this war is not only about maintaining
    Israel’s “military autonomy” to operate as it will in the region, but about the security of the region as a whole.  It is excellent misdirection, intentional or not.  Arab leaders will need to be more vocal in the coming days and months about their own interests and those of the region, in light of the campaign for a U.S. attack on Iran – and that is probably advice that is useful for the White House as well. 


August 13, 2010 Posted by | GeoPolitics | , , , , | 1 Comment

Vitamin D: The Pill That Prevents Cancer!

  • I have highlighted the merits of Vitamin D and how it is in fact a wonder ‘drug’. Of course, Big Pharma cannot make money out of this so they will actively suppress such information and even discredit it with dubious paid for research. You should always follow the money, to understand why some people say the thing they do. For eg: American cancer society maintains close financial ties to mammography radiation device manufacturers.
  • Here are more evidence on the benefits of totally free Vitamin D. So, go out for walks in the sunshine more frequently. Don’t be paranoid about skin cancer. This is more than likely propaganda from sun tan lotion sellers. 
    Increasing vitamin D intake through exposure to sunlight provides the additional benefit of increasing brain serotonin…which is known to enhance feelings of well-being. As research has shown that summer sunlight increases brain serotonin levels twice as much as winter sunlight, there is some speculation that vitamin D may play a role in this improved well-being.
  • A lot of sunshine (ie Vitamin D) makes your mood better and reduces depression. This is a fact!
    Revealed: the pill that prevents cancer
    A daily dose of vitamin D could cut the risk of cancers of the breast, colon and ovary by up to a half, a 40-year review of research has found. The evidence for the protective effect of the “sunshine vitamin” is so overwhelming that urgent action must be taken by public health authorities to boost blood levels, say cancer specialists. 
    A growing body of evidence in recent years has shown that lack of vitamin D may have lethal effects. Heart disease, lung disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis are among the conditions in which it is believed to play a vital role. The vitamin is also essential for bone health and protects against rickets in children and osteoporosis in the elderly.
    Vitamin D is made by the action of sunlight on the skin, which accounts for 90 per cent of the body’s supply. But the increasing use of sunscreens and the reduced time spent outdoors, especially by children, has contributed to what many scientists believe is an increasing problem of vitamin D deficiency.
    After assessing almost every scientific paper published on the link between vitamin D and cancer since the 1960s, US scientists say that a daily dose of 1,000 international units (25 micrograms) is needed to maintain health. “The high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency combined with the discovery of increased risks of certain types of cancer in those who are deficient, suggest that vitamin D deficiency may account for several thousand premature deaths from colon, breast, ovarian and other cancers annually,” they say in the online version of the American Journal of Public Health.
    The dose they propose of 1,000IU a day is two-and-a-half times the current recommended level in the US. In the UK, there is no official recommended dose but grey skies and short days from October to March mean 60 per cent of the population has inadequate blood levels by the end of winter.
    The UK Food Standards Agency maintains that most people should be able to get all the vitamin D they need from their diet and “by getting a little sun”. But the vitamin can only be stored in the body for 60 days.
    High rates of heart disease in Scotland have been blamed on the weak sunlight and short summers in the north, leading to low levels of vitamin D. Differences in sunlight may also explain the higher rates of heart disease in England compared with southern Europe. Some experts believe the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet may have as much to do with the sun there as with the regional food.
    Countries around the world have begun to modify their warnings about the dangers of sunbathing, as a result of the growing research on vitamin D. The Association of Cancer Councils of Australia acknowledged this year for the first time that some exposure to the sun was healthy.
    Australia is one of the world’s sunniest countries and has among the highest rates of skin cancer. For three decades it has preached sun avoidance with its “slip, slap, slop” campaign to cover up and use sunscreen. But in a statement in March, the association said: “A balance is required between avoiding an increase in the risk of skin cancer and achieving enough ultraviolet radiation exposure to achieve adequate vitamin D levels.” Bruce Armstrong, the professor of public health at Sydney University, said: “It is a revolution.”
    In the latest study, cancer specialists from the University of San Diego, California, led by Professor Cedric Garland, reviewed 63 scientific papers on the link between vitamin D and cancer published between 1966 and 2004. People living in the north-eastern US, where it is less sunny, and African Americans with darker skins were more likely to be deficient, researchers found. They also had higher cancer rates.
    The researchers say their finding could explain why black Americans die sooner from cancer than whites, even after allowing for differences in income and access to care.
    Professor Garland said: “A preponderance of evidence from the best observational studies… has led to the conclusion that public health action is needed. Primary prevention of these cancers has been largely neglected, but we now have proof that the incidence of colon, breast and ovarian cancer can be reduced dramatically by increasing the public’s intake of vitamin D.” Obtaining the necessary level of vitamin D from diet alone would be difficult and sun exposure carries a risk of triggering skin cancer. “The easiest and most reliable way of getting the appropriate amount is from food and a daily supplement,” they say.
    The cost of a vitamin D supplement is about 4p a day. The UK Food Standards Agency said that taking Vitamin D supplements of up to 1,000IU was ” unlikely to cause harm”.

  • See also:
    Vitamin D: The Sunshine Vitamin and the Prevention of Chronic Disease!
    Vitamin D The ‘Wonder Drug’, Sunlight and Skin Cancer
    Reduce Your Risk of Cancer With Sunlight Exposure
    Overwhelming Evidence That Sunlight Fights Cancer
    Avoid Flu Shots With Vitamin D
    Can Vitamin D Cure the Common Cold?
    Facts About Sunlight and Skin Cancer
    Valuable Insights Into the Importance of Vitamin D and Sun
    Vitamin D Fights Breast Cancer
    Vitamin D Deficiency is Major Health Risk
    Vitamin D Reduces Colon Cancer
    Vitamin D Lowers Risk of Type 1 Diabetes
    Why Vitamin D Protects You Against Cancer
    Breakthrough Updates You Need to Know on Vitamin D  


August 13, 2010 Posted by | Medicine & Health | | 2 Comments

Demonization Of Muslim World For Illegal And Immoral Military Conquest.

  • The War on Terror is a massive Illuminist hoax. 9/11 and Muslim terrorism are creations of Illuminist intelligence agencies. The current big hoo-haa over the Muslim mosque at Ground Zero, New York is a psychological operation to promote fear and hate against  Muslims. Why would any American leader intentionally ‘allow’ the construction of a Muslim mosque on Ground Zero? Don’t they know it is insensitive in the current climate? Obviously they do. Their intention is to stir up emotions: the Muslims are taking over (A LIE) and promote Islamophobia. This is to support the Clash of Civilizations doctrine/propaganda that these Illuminists snakes have been propagating in America and western Europe.
  • Snakes are laying the foundation for this coming Satanic World War 3 plan: Zionist West vs Muslim world. Don’t be taken for a ride. What they promote via their MSM is: fear, hate, revenge, violence, war…death. You cannot convince me that this is of God. Jesus Christ never preached fear and hate. The bible teaches that we should always love people who are different from us! The bible forbids the oppression of Palestinians.
    Exodus 22:21
    “You shall neither mistreat a stranger nor oppress him, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt.
    Exodus 23:9

    “Also you shall not oppress a stranger, for you know the heart of a stranger, because you were strangers in the land of Egypt.
    Leviticus 19:33
    ‘And if a stranger dwells with you in your land, you shall not mistreat him.’ 
    Leviticus 19:34
    The stranger who dwells among you shall be to you as one born among you, and you shall love him as yourself; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the LORD your God.  
    Leviticus 23:22
    ‘When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not wholly reap the corners of your field when you reap, nor shall you gather any gleaning from your harvest. You shall leave them for the poor and for the stranger: I am the LORD your God.’” 
    Leviticus 24:22
    You shall have the same law for the stranger and for one from your own country; for I am the LORD your God.’”
    Ezekiel 47:22-23 (New King James Version)
    22 It shall be that you will divide it by lot as an inheritance for yourselves, and for the strangers who dwell among you and who bear children among you. They shall be to you as native-born among the children of Israel; they shall have an inheritance with you among the tribes of Israel. 23 And it shall be that in whatever tribe the stranger dwells, there you shall give him his inheritance,” says the Lord GOD.   


August 13, 2010 Posted by | GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , | Comments Off on Demonization Of Muslim World For Illegal And Immoral Military Conquest.

Rising Number of Large Earthquakes!

Rising Number of Large Earthquakes! Source:

  • This is from the excellent work by The EarthQuake Project. Go to the website to see more details. You can plot earthquake frequency, total strength, total magnitude, average magnitude…by year, month, geography, historical, recent… etc..


August 13, 2010 Posted by | Disaster, EndTimes | | Comments Off on Rising Number of Large Earthquakes!

Dollar Disintegration After Failure of US-UK Blitzkrieg Against Euro. Wall Street In Flight Forward Towards Iran War, Oil Price Spike To Prop Up Greenback!

August 13, 2010 Posted by | Economics, GeoPolitics | , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment