Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Do not speak to fools, for they will scorn your prudent words

So I think we all should stop fighting each other and start fighting the bankers and the corporations they own that run all the governments of the world and fight all the wars.

Problem is, I'm a Christian. In today's society that is not acceptable and thus we can't stand together. Isn't that true? Wonder how many people completely dismiss anything I say because they know I believe the Bible to be true?

I wonder how many people decided that nothing I have to say matters at all cause if I believe in God I must have a screw lose in my head and thus nothing I say can be right or true.

The world is all dividing and fighting each other over anything and everything. I believe we should stop. But there is an animosity growing, a darkness that is working, it's behind the International Bankers that own all the corporations that make all the weapons and broadcast all the media that runs all the governments and their military's and fights all the wars (cause nothing is more profitable to an International Banker than war) and removes God from the public conscious making people believe they have informed scientific fact behind their carefully brainwashed, er, I mean taught decision to reject Creation.

I don't think we will unite and stop what is coming cause I don't think God's plan can be delayed any longer. I believe He has a firm date set we do not know, but that date is coming very soon. 

And then "saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God"

Come, let us reason together.

Has anyone noticed it's impossible to have a discussion on any topic of any substance anymore without animosity and slander? 
It's like as soon as somebody says anything at all that somebody else doesn't agree with it turns into personal attacks full of anger.

Why is that? 

I would like to suggest it is because the vast majority of opinions today are formed from the TV. People like to think they have their own opinions, their own thought out views on the world, when if fact they are just repeating something they saw on TV... and TV tells them to be angry about it cause they are right and all those other moonbats are wrong and deserve only your contempt.

Wake Up!

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Cyprus; Behind the smoke and mirrors

This Cyprus bailout stuff is fascinating. There is so much smoke and mirrors going on. Here's  the real deal as I see it.

On 15 August 1971, the United States unilaterally terminated convertibility of the U.S. dollar  to gold. This brought the Bretton Woods system and the Gold Standard to an end and saw the dollar become fiat currency. Fiat currency is money that a government has declared to be legal tender, despite the fact that it has no intrinsic value and is not backed by reserves. Historically, most currencies were based on physical commodities such as gold or silver, but fiat money is based solely on faith.

The end of the Bretton Woods system created the situation in which the United States dollar became a reserve currency used by the world. A reserve currency is money, the U.S. dollar,  held by central banks of other countries and other major financial institutions as a means to pay off international debt obligations, or to influence their domestic exchange rate.

The international debt obligations is the interest on printing money out of nothing. The United States dollar is printed with debt attached. Every dollar comes with interest attached at the time of printing. This interest can NEVER be paid back. The system will collapse.

The world's paper money is fiat money. Because fiat money is not linked to physical reserves, it risks becoming worthless due to hyperinflation.  As a result, foreign nations closely monitored the monetary policy of the United States in order to ensure that the value of their reserves is not adversely affected by inflation.

What is happening in Cyprus is due to the fact that nobody can ever pay back the world debt of printing money out of nothing. The debt can be shuffled around as we see in bailouts  and  Japan buying U.S. debt, but the debt remains. Printing more money lowers the value of money in circulation, causing inflation, making commodities go up in price. This too is an illusion. Commodities have no value other than what somebody is willing to pay for  them. When the dollar losses value prices look like they go up cause it takes more money to buy the commodity. It's just inflation but since people are buying or giving value to an item we call it investing. Gold is still just a rock.

The world wide financial crises we see in the news everyday is the result of International Bankers controlling the worlds money supply. All the news about Cyprus really doesn't matter if nobody understands what is causing it to happen behind the smoke and mirrors.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Editing and updating.

Blogger made me update my template on here. I hate this layout. Will be editing and updating and starting to post again I'm thinking.


Just checking to see if I can still post on here since it's been a few years.

Jesus is returning really soon!