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Hillary Communes with Eleanor


Hillary Clinton    Eleanor Roosevelt "Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . ." [courtesy Google Images]

Hillary Clinton                   Eleanor Roosevelt
“Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . . .”
[courtesy Google Images]

This isn’t exactly news.  Apparently, it’s been known for a number of years that Hillary Clinton (a living candidate for the Democrat nomination for President of the United States) has, in the past, routinely “communicated” with Eleanor Roosevelt (the dead wife of former President Franklin D. Roosevelt).  Presumably, Hillary still communes with Eleanor.  (No word on whether their relationship is strictly platonic.)

But all of that is news to me.  In fact, it’s an astonishment to me.  It’s even scary to me because the mere idea that a woman who openly admits that she communes with the dead could even be considered as a candidate for President seems virtually incomprehensible.  To me, if we wind up with Hillary in the White House, it will another (after Obama, the Kenyan Muslim) judgement and curse by God on the United States.

I cannot explain Obama’s election except as a judgment and curse by God.  How th’ helk did America nominate and elect a man to the presidency who can’t even produce a birth certificate?  Is that even possible without God’s intervention?

Likewise, how th’ helk can enough Americans even consider voting for and electing a woman for President who openly communes with the dead?  I can’t see her candidacy having any success whatsoever except as a curse by God on the United States.

Obama’s election is not politics as usual.  Neither is Hillary’s candidacy.

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The World’s Money and Markets in One Visualization


Another view of derivatives [courtesy Google Images]

Another view of derivatives
[courtesy Google Images]

Interesting text and illustration from The Money Project:

 

“How much ‘money’ exists in the world? . . . [T]here are multiple answers to this question, and the amount of money that exists changes depending on how we define it. The more abstract definition of money we use, the higher the number is.

“In the following  data visualization of the world’s total money supply, we wanted to not only compare the different definitions of money, but to also show powerful context for this information. That’s why we’ve also added in recognizable benchmarks such as the wealth of the richest people in the world, the market capitalizations of the largest publicly-traded companies, the value of all stock markets, and the total of all global debt.

“The end result is a hierarchy of information that ranges from some of the smallest markets (Bitcoin = $5 billion, Silver above-ground stock = $14 billion) to the world’s largest markets (Derivatives on a notional contract basis = somewhere in the range of $630 trillion to $1.2 quadrillion).

“In between those benchmarks is the total of the world’s money, depending on how it is defined. This includes the global supply of all coinage and banknotes ($5 trillion), the above-ground gold supply ($7.8 trillion), the narrow money supply ($28.6 trillion), and the broad money supply ($80.9 trillion).”

 

You can see that derivatives dwarf all other forms of money.  Are derivatives extraordinarily dangerous because of their enormous magnitude?  Or, could it be that the sheer “mass” of derivatives is so enormous that that “mass” provides some sort of “ballast” and stability in an otherwise volatile monetary environment?  Does that “ballast” threaten to sink the monetary “ship”?  Or will that “ballast” help protect that “ship” from minor craziness taking place in silver, gold and stock markets?

Whatever the answer, it’s clear from the following illustration that we live in a time that is unlike anything else every before seen in world history.   The modern concept of derivatives may be roughly 20 years old, and yet the sum of those derivatives is over ten times greater than sum of all of the other forms of “money,” combined.

How could that have happened?

If you take time to consider the following illustration, you might find yourself beginning to gape.

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Posted by on December 23, 2015 in Debt, Derivatives, Money, Money Supply

 

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Aussie’s Sing Out Against Muslims


Good song.  Bold talk.  Aussies are coming to grips with the Muslim invasion of Australia and intent to take over.

But, if push comes to shove, how will the Aussies fight the Muslims given that the Aussies gave up their guns to their government?

Does anyone suppose that the Muslims can be stopped with mere songs and without guns?

I’d bet the Muslims are laughing at the Australians’ songs.

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Posted by on December 23, 2015 in 2nd Amendment, Muslims, Video

 

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Here’s One To Get Your Blood Boiling


Obama and the Republicans debate over whether we should allow another 10,000 Muslim refugees to enter America.  However, according to the following video, the US government is already (and, more or less, secretly) admitting about 100,000 Muslims per year.  The admission rate is growing by 10% per year.

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Bush Military Official: The Empire’s Ship is Sinking


Retired U.S. Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson was a former national security adviser to the Reagan administration and spent years as an assistant to Secretary of State Colin Powell during both Bush administrations. He’s been among the “bad guys” in our Military-Industrial Complex.  He’s been a card-carrying member of the “bad guys”.

However, about a decade ago, he decided to “come clean”.

In the following interview, he describes the rampant corruption inside the de facto government and the corporate interests driving foreign policy.

Brilliant.

As you listen, take notes.  You might be surprised at what you learn.

For example, Col. Wilkerson predicts that US military will remain in Afghanistan for another 50 years.  I doubt that our nation and/or military-industrial complex can coexist and both survive for another 50 years.  I therefore doubt Co. Wilkerson’s prediction.  Nevertheless, for the first time, I understand his argument that our government intends to remain in Afghanistan for the next 50 years.

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Obama Instant Speech Dispenser


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Posted by on December 17, 2015 in Humor, Obama

 

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Another, Fundamental Spiritual Distinction between Muslims and Christians That Can’t Be Overcome


What can match the pure exhilaration of sinless murder under the guise of Holy War and/or Jihad? [courtesy Google Images]

What can match the pure exhilaration of sinless murder under the guise of Christian Holy War and/or Muslim Jihad?
[courtesy Google Images]

The most important principle in the Bible is seen in Genesis 1:1:

 

“in the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.”

 

That verse is not simply an introduction to a story similar to “It was a dark and rainy night”.  The first first verse of the Bible is a legal statement of title to property.

The legal significance of that verse is seen in modern copyright and patent laws:  The author, inventor, creator of any new book, article, invention, heaven or earth owns perfect title to his creation and can do whatever he pleases with his creation.  He can ignore his creation, store it in some dusty attic, destroy it, sell it, lease it, or even use it to pick his nose or wipe his butt.  The “creator” owns the creation.

By virtue of having created the heaven and earth, our father YHWH ha Elohiym owns it all.  Because He created the sun, moon, earth and stars, he owns all of those entities and do with those entities whatever He pleases.

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Posted by on December 13, 2015 in Bible, Holy War/ Jihad, Muslims

 

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