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Yeah, buh bye. Tool.

Yeah, buh bye. Tool.

It was the best news I’ve heard in a long time.

I awoke to hear on the morning news that brits voted to kick the EU down the road. Hooray! Victory for the people! Defeat for the evil globalists!!

My elation lasted approximately two hours only, until I came across this article by Alt-Market, excerpted below:

Here’s why the vast majority of analysts were caught with their pants down on the UK referendum:

1) They assumed that the Brexit will hurt globalists – In the article linked above, I outlined why the Brexit actually aids international financiers and central banks by creating a scapegoat for a market crash that was ALREADY going to happen.  Rather than re-explaining my position, here is a large portion of quotations from that article:

I believe the Brexit vote may be allowed to succeed, here’s why…

1) Elites including George Soros have suddenly decided to dive into the market to place bets on the negative side. Dumping large portions of their stock holdings, shorting equities and buying up gold and gold mining shares. Soros has been preparing his portfolio for a successful Brexit vote while at the same time publicly warning of the supposed dire consequences if the referendum passes.  The last time Soros put this much capital into the markets was in 2007, just before the crash of 2008.

2) The IMF and the BIS have been warning since late 2015 (for six to eight months) that a global economic downturn is on the way in 2016. We saw considerable volatility at the beginning of this year, and markets are due for another shock. The last time the BIS and IMF were so adamant about an impending crash was in late 2007, just before the 2008 market plunge.

3) While the Federal Reserve has not yet implemented a second rate hike (I still believe they could use a rate hike this year to stab markets in the back if necessary), Janet Yellen pulled a maneuver which was almost as upsetting to investors. After the Fed policy meeting last week, markets were moderately exuberant and stocks were rising, then, Yellen opened her mouth and blamed the Brexit for the rate hike delay

Here is what the Fed has done: By delaying the second hike for another month, and then blaming the Brexit vote as a primary reason, they have created a bit of a paradox. If the Brexit vote passes, the Fed is asserting that they may not hike rates for a while, giving market investors the impression that the global economic recovery is not all that it is cracked up to be. If the Brexit vote fails, then the Fed MUST hike rates in July, otherwise, they lose all credibility. I believe Yellen’s claim that the Brexit vote was the cause of the hike delay was highly deliberate. It has triggered what may become a growing firestorm in equities and commodities.

From the point of view of investors, if the Brexit passes, then all hell breaks loose. If the Brexit fails, then the Fed will hike rates and once again, all hell breaks loose. Or, the Fed refuses to hike rates even though its number one scapegoat is out of the picture, it loses all credibility, and all hell breaks loose.

It’s a lose/lose/lose scenario for the investment world, which is probably why global markets plunged after Yellen’s remarks. Investors have been relying on the predictability of central bank intervention for so long that now when ANY uncertainty arises, they run for the hedges.

Look, we Christians know how this story ends: we win, but before that will happen, they win – the globalists, the evil cabal – if only for a short time. They will have their New World (Dis)Order, come hell or high water, and any gain that seemingly goes to us, actually can be turned by them into their advantage.

They could certainly have falsified the ballot results to keep the UK in the EU if they had wanted, although it would have been more difficult as it appeared to be a paper ballot according to the news footage I was watching. They and the one they serve currently hold the reigns of power on this earth, and until everything is fulfilled in the fullness of God’s allotted time, they will continue to prevail and prosper over us. There are dark times coming – and it may just be around the corner, if Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.com is correct, and this vote was allowed to pass only so the elite could blame it, and not themselves, for the economic carnage that surely is coming.

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Courage is doing what God asks you to do.  – William Mount

 

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Righteous anger is the only sane response to the kind of villainy and treason coming out of Washington, and Gerald Celente has that in spades. Anyone who sees the truth of what’s going on can only respond with contempt. Obama has made good on none of his campaign promises, but has done more than his share to damage this country, perhaps beyond repair. Oh yeah, folks, he’s “folked” us all for sure.

 

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Nobody cuts through the political and economic bullshit like Mr. Celente. Here he sums up the pertinent facts about where we are at in this Global Ponzi scheme.

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Video by Greg Mannarino

 

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Money velocity is a measurement of how quickly currency changes hands and moves through the economy. The faster it changes hands, the healthier the economy is.

The chart below should scare the bejeezus out of anyone. It reveals that current money velocity is even lower than it was during all of the Great Depression. That can’t be good. How the economy is still kicking at all is a mystery, but this seems to indicate that it’s already dead – it just doesn’t know it yet.

Click here for the source article that goes into more detail. Money Velocity

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The military practices what it expects to do. If it practices the “Homeland Eradication of Local Militants (H.E.L.M.)”,  then that must mean that a martial law purge is on the horizon. As Bob Dylan said, “You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.”

 

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