Proverbs 22:3 NLT

A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.

-- (((Charles Finney, said the following: “If
there is a decay of conscience, the pulpit is responsible for it))) --


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Friday, April 15, 2016

Food bank in Gillette Wyoming never seen before. / 4-YEAR-OLD EXPELLED WHEN MOTHER COMPLAINS ABOUT SODOMY AND GENDER IDENTITY TAUGHT IN PRESCHOOL / Protesters across USA demand $15 minimum wage... / Deutsche Bank Admits It Also Rigged Gold Prices, Agrees To Expose Other Manipulators / Wells Fargo Finally Reveals Its Dire Energy Exposure: $32 Billion To Junk-Rated Oil And Gas Companies / NASA takes to FACEBOOK to shut down climate change deniers... / 37 warning signs that something big is about to happen to the US petrodollar / Germans Fear Impending Crisis in the Euro / China’s yuan gold benchmark to launch with 18 members / Global oil glut leaves supertankers in a huge jam at sea end to end 25 miles long of oil on ships / What is Coming? Elite Feverishly Building Survival Bunkers: "Fear Of Uprising From The 99%" / Prepping for Chaos! Cleveland Spending $20 Million On Riot Gear for Republican Convention / Verizon Strike: 40,000 Union Workers Hit the Streets- TBN Coverage from Philly / THE BANKS ARE PREPARING FOR THE INEVITABLE BANK RUNS AND CLOSINGS ARE YOU? / Experts Warn Of 'Downright Disastrous And Impending Collapses Everywhere' / U.S. Economy 2016: 3 Classic Recession Signals Are Flashing Red / OBAMACARE BLEEDING OUT: Insurers warn losses unsustainable... / Five of the Eight Largest US Banks on the verge of insolvency; Failed to meet 2008 Law on Bankruptcy preps! / Science Guy Bill Nye: Let’s Discuss Criminalizing ‘Climate Deniers / ‘Aggressive simulated attack’: Pentagon decries Russian jets zooming over USS Donald Cook (VIDEO) / Default Cycle Now In Full Swing As Goodrich Petroleum Is Latest To File Chapter 11 / Venezuela nears total collapse as government now unable to provide food, water, electricity and protection for citizens / For Many, It Is Time to Forget the Election and Save Yourself While You Still Can / http://www.dailyjobcuts.com/ April Announced U.S. Layoff Total (Est.) - 5,855

Food bank in Gillette Wyoming never seen before. I believe more of this to come. Steve Bigdaddy Renn - who posted the photo Owner-operator at Gillette Wyoming Mobile Powerwashing
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153551660408231&set=a.10150653499473231.395841.598758230&type=3&theater
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Food bank in Gillette Wyoming! I have never seen this in our town
Steve Bigdaddy Renn - who posted the photo Owner-operator at Gillette Wyoming Mobile Powerwashing
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Powerful earthquake hits south Japan, collapsing houses...

Map...
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FRAT BROS FOR TRUMP IN TROUBLE AFTER BUILDING WALL...

ROVE WARMS...
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4-YEAR-OLD EXPELLED WHEN MOTHER COMPLAINS ABOUT SODOMY AND GENDER IDENTITY TAUGHT IN PRESCHOOL

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Protesters across USA demand $15 minimum wage...

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Canada introduces new assisted suicide law...
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ISIS Sex Slaves Reveal The True Horror Of What Is Going On Over In The Middle East


Girl Silhouette - Public DomainCould you imagine being kidnapped, being auctioned off like a piece of meat, and being endlessly gang-raped every day by some of the most evil men on the entire planet for months on end?  This is what ISIS is doing to thousands upon thousands of women in Iraq and Syria, and some of their victims are as young as nine.  The things that I am about to share with you are almost too nightmarish for words, but it is imperative that we understand what is going on.  When ISIS conquers an area that is not Muslim, they believe that they can do whatever they want to the women because they are “infidels”.  So innocent young women are being treated in some of the most horrible ways imaginable, and most of the rest of the world looks on with indifference.  But of course what ISIS is doing is just the tip of a very big global iceberg.  As you will see below, there are tens of millions of slaves in our world today, and sexual exploitation is involved in approximately 80 percent of those cases. (Read More....)
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Deutsche Bank Admits It Also Rigged Gold Prices, Agrees To Expose Other Manipulators

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Deutsche Bank Confirms Silver Market Manipulation In Legal Settlement, Agrees To Expose Other Banks
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Wells Fargo Finally Reveals Its Dire Energy Exposure: $32 Billion To Junk-Rated Oil And Gas Companies

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Cubans in Ecuador ask for airlift directly to USA...

PAPER: ILLEGALS FLOWN OUT ON PRIVATE JETS!
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What do the Fed's emergency meetings in Washington D.C., the spree of...
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Germans Fear Impending Crisis in the Euro (Reuters) – The euro zone crisis is back – at least in the minds of many Germans. Since last summer, the influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees from the war-torn Middle East has overshadowed all else, dominating the political debate in Berlin and the front pages of German newspapers. But over the past weeks
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China’s yuan gold benchmark to launch with 18 members Top Chinese banks and gold miners, along with the world’s biggest jewellery retailer, will be among 18 members taking part in Beijing’s new yuan-denominated gold benchmark, a source familiar with the matter said. Two foreign banks will also join the benchmark-setting process, when it launches on April 19, marking China’s biggest step to becomin

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image: http://www.trunews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/oil-glut-300x187.jpg
Shipping vessels and oil tankers line up on the eastern coast of Singapore in this July 22, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/Edgar Su/Files

Shipping vessels and oil tankers line up on the eastern coast of Singapore in this July 22, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/Edgar Su/Files

Global oil glut leaves supertankers in a huge jam at sea end to end 25 miles long of oil on shipsIt may be the world’s biggest traffic jam. As ports struggle to cope with a global oil glut, huge queues of supertankers have formed in some of the world’s busiest sea lanes, where some 200 million barrels of crude lies waiting to be loaded or delivered. The vessels, filled with oil worth around $7.5 billion
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What is Coming? Elite Feverishly Building Survival Bunkers: "Fear Of Uprising From The 99%"

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US Judge Rules Sandy Hook Victims Can Sue "Military-Style" Gun-Maker


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The Government Breaks Through On Deficit Reduction, Will Lower Social Security Payments

 

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Prepping for Chaos! Cleveland Spending $20 Million On Riot Gear for Republican Convention


 
 

 

 

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Verizon Strike: 40,000 Union Workers Hit the Streets- TBN Coverage from Philly


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WW3: The Bear Simulates Attacks Against The Eagle


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THE BANKS ARE PREPARING FOR THE INEVITABLE BANK RUNS AND CLOSINGS ARE YOU?
Just had to share this on the heels of my trip to our local Wells Fargo Bank here just outside of Clovis, CA by 5 minutes and into Fresno.
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When I walked into the branch, I notice it looked completely different than from just a 3-4 weeks ago. There teller areas all the way down the entire length of the wall were enclosed in clear material.

When it was my turn to go to the window, I asked the teller, wow, you've remodeled in here. I asked her, is this plexiglass (lots of laughs). She said, no, it's bullet proof glass. This stuff was very thick - at least 4 inches. I said, "Oh, I supposed they felt they probably should do this in light of what might be happening in the financial world." She said to me, "Well, they decided they better do it sooner than later." Now be aware, where I live, Clovis, CA, is a quiet, well-mannered, somewhat rural city (just east and slightly north of Fresno). The branch is also in a nice area. We do not have bank robberies here! Trouble is coming soon I believe, and we better be prepared and have our cash on hand. I do believe a financial collapse is coming sooner than later.

Please share this if you wish.

Love and blessings, MM
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U.S. Economy 2016: 3 Classic Recession Signals Are Flashing Red


Red Light - Public DomainThose that were hoping for an “economic renaissance” in the United States got some more bad news this week.  It turns out that the U.S. economy is in significantly worse shape than the experts were projecting.  Retail sales unexpectedly declined in March, total business sales have fallen again, and the inventory to sales ratio has hit the highest level since the last financial crisis.  When you add these three classic recession signals to the 19 troubling numbers about the U.S. economy that I wrote about last week, it paints a very disturbing picture.  Virtually all of the signs that we would expect to pop up during the early chapters of a major economic crisis have now appeared, and yet most Americans still appear to be clueless about what is happening. (Read More....)
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TRUMP UNLEASHED: Cruz has toured country bragging about his voterless victory in Colorado...
PALIN: 'We will rise up' if election stolen...
'Snakes'...

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CDC Reports First Zika Infection Between Gay Couple In TX...
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OBAMACARE BLEEDING OUT: Insurers warn losses unsustainable...
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Five of the Eight Largest US Banks on the verge of insolvency; Failed to meet 2008 Law on Bankruptcy preps!

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PROTESTERS Hang Trump Effigy – Beat Up Trump Impersonator Outside NY GOP Convention
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Science Guy Bill Nye: Let’s Discuss Criminalizing ‘Climate Deniers
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‘Aggressive simulated attack’: Pentagon decries Russian jets zooming over USS Donald Cook (VIDEO)
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Default Cycle Now In Full Swing As Goodrich Petroleum Is Latest To File Chapter 11

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2016: 'End of the Road" For Economy?
2016: 'End of the Road" For Economy?
- mccrant@gmail.com
America is less than seven months from its next election for President. The top problem among voters is the economy. Not one of the candidates has given us his or her position on how they would address the problem.


Beyond the usual "Create more jobs" of "Give the average citizen more access to this or that", not a single candidate has provided a comprehensive answer. The real problem, unless you agree with Trump's idea of bringing jobs back to America and junking the climate change hypothesis as the garbage it is, is the normal statistics do not apply to this 'recovery' or the usual platitudes since it may very well be we've reached the end of the proverbial road and the 'can' can no longer be kicked down it. Government spending for make-work projects is not feasible either except for the short-term. In the long run they are simply too costly


While we are less than two weeks into April, scanning through the first quarter reports--particularly those of the banking sector--one gets he eerie feeling economists are already writing off 2016 as yet another lost year in the Obama non-recovery from the Great Recession.


One alarming fact emerges. There is almost universal consensus now that this will be the worst first-quarter report since 2008. Analysts are expecting a 20% decline in earnings for the six biggest U.S. banks from 2015 and if you remember that was worse than anyone expected as it caught the forecasters flat-footed after a reasonable 2014 final quarter boost.


From IMF's Christine Legarde's 2016 economic warnings to the Fed's Janet Yellen's hapless flailing to China's almost continuous official economic revisions, one is beginning to suspect 2016 isn't just going to show a lessening of economic growth but quite possibly a contraction that hasn't really been seen since the 1930s.


How bad is it really? A clue came from Legarde while making the usual rounds of Sunday news shows. Legarde pushed the International Monetary Fund agenda of negative interest rates for the global central bankers as a sure-fire means of delivering extra stimulus while trimming lending conditions.


Here is the dirty laundry for American voters to consider. Six of the world's central banks have already gone to negative rates! The leaders--in size--have been the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank. A full quarter of the world's GDP (not economic activity but real gross domestic production) is now governed by rates that are less than zero. If this plan worked as intended there would be no more need for additional stimulus plans.


In China the People's Republic Bank of China devalued twice inside a one calendar year and the world's second best economy is still stagnating. Low interest rates--as witnessed in America--did not get down to the Main Street folk but was estopped in the Beltway and on Wall Street


If a loose monetary policy won't work and government spending programs are a loser, what should the candidates be promoting? The easy answer is something that will actually revive Main Streets across the land. If it is true that cream rises to the top, then Wall Street and the Beltway will also benefit in the long run from this plan.


But none dare make the statement. They are wedded to the campaign donation and the sizable ones, the sustaining ones originate on Wall Street. So the direct payback pipeline must go through there first. So the cream originates to the top and that's where it wants to be. There is no trickle down effect to benefit Main Street.


It is paraxial that the candidates need the average person's vote but need the big company's financial support. Inevitably they side with the cash cows the campaigns rely on and never truly the constituents they are supposed to represent, except by lip service.


That's why they cannot put forth a workable plan for the people--only a plan that maintains the political status quo.


The bummer is whoever wins the campaign isn't going to help Main Street one bit. Every politician thinks that's Main Street's job. Beltway politics and Wall Street money-grubbers just impeded that process to the point the economy has no option but to fail. When it fails enough, then there'll be a popular revolt--to elect someone who appeals to the masses in looks or talk but is still answerable to the good old boy system currently in place.


It is tough to come up with a new, solid plan under those circumstances.


"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson
mccrant@gmail.com
America is less than seven months from its next election for President. The top problem among voters is the economy. Not one of the candidates has given us his or her position on how they would address the problem.

Beyond the usual "Create more jobs" of "Give the average citizen more access to this or that", not a single candidate has provided a comprehensive answer. The real problem, unless you agree with Trump's idea of bringing jobs back to America and junking the climate change hypothesis as the garbage it is, is the normal statistics do not apply to this 'recovery' or the usual platitudes since it may very well be we've reached the end of the proverbial road and the 'can' can no longer be kicked down it. Government spending for make-work projects is not feasible either except for the short-term. In the long run they are simply too costly

While we are less than two weeks into April, scanning through the first quarter reports--particularly those of the banking sector--one gets he eerie feeling economists are already writing off 2016 as yet another lost year in the Obama non-recovery from the Great Recession.

One alarming fact emerges. There is almost universal consensus now that this will be the worst first-quarter report since 2008. Analysts are expecting a 20% decline in earnings for the six biggest U.S. banks from 2015 and if you remember that was worse than anyone expected as it caught the forecasters flat-footed after a reasonable 2014 final quarter boost.

From IMF's Christine Legarde's 2016 economic warnings to the Fed's Janet Yellen's hapless flailing to China's almost continuous official economic revisions, one is beginning to suspect 2016 isn't just going to show a lessening of economic growth but quite possibly a contraction that hasn't really been seen since the 1930s.

How bad is it really? A clue came from Legarde while making the usual rounds of Sunday news shows. Legarde pushed the International Monetary Fund agenda of negative interest rates for the global central bankers as a sure-fire means of delivering extra stimulus while trimming lending conditions.

Here is the dirty laundry for American voters to consider. Six of the world's central banks have already gone to negative rates! The leaders--in size--have been the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank. A full quarter of the world's GDP (not economic activity but real gross domestic production) is now governed by rates that are less than zero. If this plan worked as intended there would be no more need for additional stimulus plans.

In China the People's Republic Bank of China devalued twice inside a one calendar year and the world's second best economy is still stagnating. Low interest rates--as witnessed in America--did not get down to the Main Street folk but was estopped in the Beltway and on Wall Street

If a loose monetary policy won't work and government spending programs are a loser, what should the candidates be promoting? The easy answer is something that will actually revive Main Streets across the land. If it is true that cream rises to the top, then Wall Street and the Beltway will also benefit in the long run from this plan.

But none dare make the statement. They are wedded to the campaign donation and the sizable ones, the sustaining ones originate on Wall Street. So the direct payback pipeline must go through there first. So the cream originates to the top and that's where it wants to be. There is no trickle down effect to benefit Main Street.

It is paraxial that the candidates need the average person's vote but need the big company's financial support. Inevitably they side with the cash cows the campaigns rely on and never truly the constituents they are supposed to represent, except by lip service.

That's why they cannot put forth a workable plan for the people--only a plan that maintains the political status quo.

The bummer is whoever wins the campaign isn't going to help Main Street one bit. Every politician thinks that's Main Street's job. Beltway politics and Wall Street money-grubbers just impeded that process to the point the economy has no option but to fail. When it fails enough, then there'll be a popular revolt--to elect someone who appeals to the masses in looks or talk but is still answerable to the good old boy system currently in place.

It is tough to come up with a new, solid plan under those circumstances.
2016: 'End of the Road" For Economy?
- mccrant@gmail.com
America is less than seven months from its next election for President. The top problem among voters is the economy. Not one of the candidates has given us his or her position on how they would address the problem.


Beyond the usual "Create more jobs" of "Give the average citizen more access to this or that", not a single candidate has provided a comprehensive answer. The real problem, unless you agree with Trump's idea of bringing jobs back to America and junking the climate change hypothesis as the garbage it is, is the normal statistics do not apply to this 'recovery' or the usual platitudes since it may very well be we've reached the end of the proverbial road and the 'can' can no longer be kicked down it. Government spending for make-work projects is not feasible either except for the short-term. In the long run they are simply too costly


While we are less than two weeks into April, scanning through the first quarter reports--particularly those of the banking sector--one gets he eerie feeling economists are already writing off 2016 as yet another lost year in the Obama non-recovery from the Great Recession.


One alarming fact emerges. There is almost universal consensus now that this will be the worst first-quarter report since 2008. Analysts are expecting a 20% decline in earnings for the six biggest U.S. banks from 2015 and if you remember that was worse than anyone expected as it caught the forecasters flat-footed after a reasonable 2014 final quarter boost.


From IMF's Christine Legarde's 2016 economic warnings to the Fed's Janet Yellen's hapless flailing to China's almost continuous official economic revisions, one is beginning to suspect 2016 isn't just going to show a lessening of economic growth but quite possibly a contraction that hasn't really been seen since the 1930s.


How bad is it really? A clue came from Legarde while making the usual rounds of Sunday news shows. Legarde pushed the International Monetary Fund agenda of negative interest rates for the global central bankers as a sure-fire means of delivering extra stimulus while trimming lending conditions.


Here is the dirty laundry for American voters to consider. Six of the world's central banks have already gone to negative rates! The leaders--in size--have been the Bank of Japan and the European Central Bank. A full quarter of the world's GDP (not economic activity but real gross domestic production) is now governed by rates that are less than zero. If this plan worked as intended there would be no more need for additional stimulus plans.


In China the People's Republic Bank of China devalued twice inside a one calendar year and the world's second best economy is still stagnating. Low interest rates--as witnessed in America--did not get down to the Main Street folk but was estopped in the Beltway and on Wall Street


If a loose monetary policy won't work and government spending programs are a loser, what should the candidates be promoting? The easy answer is something that will actually revive Main Streets across the land. If it is true that cream rises to the top, then Wall Street and the Beltway will also benefit in the long run from this plan.


But none dare make the statement. They are wedded to the campaign donation and the sizable ones, the sustaining ones originate on Wall Street. So the direct payback pipeline must go through there first. So the cream originates to the top and that's where it wants to be. There is no trickle down effect to benefit Main Street.


It is paraxial that the candidates need the average person's vote but need the big company's financial support. Inevitably they side with the cash cows the campaigns rely on and never truly the constituents they are supposed to represent, except by lip service.


That's why they cannot put forth a workable plan for the people--only a plan that maintains the political status quo.


The bummer is whoever wins the campaign isn't going to help Main Street one bit. Every politician thinks that's Main Street's job. Beltway politics and Wall Street money-grubbers just impeded that process to the point the economy has no option but to fail. When it fails enough, then there'll be a popular revolt--to elect someone who appeals to the masses in looks or talk but is still answerable to the good old boy system currently in place.


It is tough to come up with a new, solid plan under those circumstances.


"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson
mccrant@gmail.com
"I have sworn on the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man."--Thomas Jefferson
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Something Evil Has Surfaced: Whats Hidden Beneath Busted Wide Open—Corruption Of Epic Proportions




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Confirmed, The Banking System Has Been Manipulating The Precious Metals Market


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CIA, FEMA, DHS Retirees Are Going Into Hiding-Why?

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Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s administration issued the first 165 layoff notices Monday in a process that's expected to result in about 2,000 pink slips before it's finished.
Think about state jobs none of them will be safe from this

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