AzProf wrote: I see that Ben ghazi, Libya situation seems to be rearing its head. It is suggested as a serious cover-up. This very well could get O impeached. Maybe Jack will get what he wants.
A DOUBLE PATTERN is developing.....QUESTION...DOES A MIRROR REFLECT YOUR IMAGE AMERICA?
...Seems as though we have a race between O AND M....and who can out last who.
...O has huge stressful storm clouds coming...1).Bengazzi - who made the order and when?..
2).Legal issues a). healthcare law b).Federal law vs State law...Hmmm...study which states are" Republics" and which are "Commonwealths"...and what were; by law... the states to be of "Louisiana purchase "...The dirty little secret is we have commonwealth Judges placed in republic states making court rulings...Is this Constitutional?...
3). money issues--The GOVERNMENT IS getting paid...Certain states are even paid...Are the private industries?...Or are they asked to fend for themselves?..4)..Support issues..Cracks have shown up among the democrats 5) Legal issues he is legal citizen.. still rear its head..
Now someone above has place a huge bet at the poker table...
Read More Link On Right
What was the bet?...MR. M who was placed by authors of plan...Has much deeper problems than i have...therefore if I can out last Mr. M...
Then i will win control of That was to go authors of plan....Mr.O is winning support from Goi against Mr. M..Family may i suggest when you look at other sites that say M has to go before the event we look for are sadly mistaken....Listen to what Frank has taught you...Not before...yes after...
...O was able to place key people of power positions when he controlled all 3 branches of Gov't..and what does MR. Ben do when MR. O NEEDS MORE MONEY?..
...I found it was of interest to see O leaks 2 quarter will be debt free...Thats called placing a bet...What I'm waiting for is the authors of plan response to that bet..I do feel we are seeing hints of responses to that bet....
....2). Law suits of states rights vs Federal law..
...3). More Lawsuits filed against O's health care law..
...4).More lawsuits of Legal papers of O.
....5.a new one.. Election fraud...
....So we see 3 options....
1). They compromise ...M & O...both are figure heads of groups..
2). O out lasts M
3). M outlasts O...
Finally ...Prayer ...Are you praying for unity?...the number 2 means...unity and division...And we have a serious division problem...Don't we all want to be were Jesus is present?...Where 2 or 3 are gathered in my name there I am also...We all need to drop which side is more righteous....and SIMPLY PLACE THAT IN JESUS HANDS..AMEN,AMEN,AMEN....The choice is ours...we have been given the authority from heaven above...Note: Isaiah 64:6...all are but filthy rags...Who is the only one who can cleanse this filth? JESUS!!!
By kgrace » May 3rd, 2013, 10:15 pm • Frank 26, Since it was mentioned in a CC that when the M2 increased and it was said that the DFI funds were released to iraq :
1. Has leverage been lost in regards to the RV/RI of the dinar?
2. Does the May 22nd date basically mean nothing now?
By BulldogFord65 » May 3rd, 2013, 10:28 pm • Syria and Iran have threatened to retaliate for an Israeli air raid near the capital Damascus.
Syrian ambassador to Lebanon Ali Abdul-Karim Ali says Damascus has "the option and the surprise to retaliate." He said he cannot predict when the retaliation will be, saying it is up to relevant authorities to prepare for it.
In Iran, the semi-official Fars news agency quoted deputy foreign minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on Thursday as saying the raid on Syria will have significant implications for the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.
US officials said Israel launched a rare air strike inside Syria on Wednesday, targeting a convoy believed to contain anti-aircraft weapons bound for Hizbollah.
The Syrian military denied the existence of any such shipment and said Israel targeted a scientific research facility outside Damascus.
Russia had earlier said it was 'deeply concerned' over reports that Israeli jets attacked a scientific research centre inside Syria. The country held back from condemning the action as yet, but said it would do so if the report was true.
Syria announced on Wednesday that an Israeli air strike attacked the research centre after reports had emerged out of Israel earlier claiming a convoy had been attacked on the Syria-Lebanon border.
Syrian officials claimed Israeli jets had entered their airspace at low altitude, under the radar, and hit the facility in Jamraya, near Damascus, killing two site workers.
State television quoted the military as saying: "They ... carried out an act of aggression, bombarding the site, causing large-scale material damage and destroying the building."
Earlier reports had claimed that Israeli jets had hit a convoy allegedly carrying weapons to Lebanon's Hizbollah movement. According to Sky sources, the attack took place just inside Syria.
Sky's Middle East correspondent Sam Kiley said on Wednesday: "We know from Sky sources that the Israelis have conducted an air strike involving three sorties by 12 planes - a very heavy air strike, a high level of intent - on the village of Nabi Chit, near the bigger Syrian town of Zabadani.
He said it was possible that the Israelis had been targeting a suspected shipment of ship-to-shore and anti-aircraft missiles.
Israeli officials were concerned that if the anti-aircraft missiles fell into the hands of Lebanese militant group Hizbollah, Israel could lose the air superiority it had enjoyed until now.
It was not immediately clear whether both the Sky sources and the Syrian media were referring to the same air strike, but the Syrian army denied that an Israeli air strike had targeted a weapons convoy on the border.
There was no official comment from Israel on the statements from Iran, Syria or Russia.
Tzahi HaNegbi, an MP close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, commented generally, saying: "The best thing that Israel has been hoping for for a long time is that the West will take control of these weapons.
"But the world is not ready to take such a decision as it did in Libya or Iraq, so Israel finds itself facing a dilemma which we alone can resolve."
Iran had previously warned that any attack on Syria would be seen as an attack on Iran.
By dinarnate » May 3rd, 2013, 10:34 pm • [Post 72]
I think its gonna happen on a Saturday night. All the banks are closed or something from 10-1 internationally. Our Saturday night is the beginning of Iraq's week and leads into a day of rest for us before Monday... plausible as anything else I guess lol....
this Saturday is as good as any, next weeks saturday though leading into Mothers day is also interesting plus that's the day banks become allowed to use that foreign money with that 45 page doc that let's them trade or whatever haha... I'm no scientist. Anywhos .. have a great night
By kgrace » May 3rd, 2013, 10:36 pm • Where did you hear the banks were going to be closed Sat Night? and I like your post
By BulldogFord65 » May 3rd, 2013, 10:43 pm • Lebanon Says Israeli Warplanes Flying Over the Country
The Lebanese army says that eight Israeli warplanes have flown over Lebanon’s airspace in a span of 14 hours.
By Elad Benari, Canada First Publish: 5/3/2013, 11:31 PM
The Lebanese army said on Friday that eight Israeli warplanes had flown over Lebanon’s airspace in a span of 14 hours, the Daily Star reported.
The report said that Israel sends reconnaissance jets and warplanes over Lebanon on almost a regular basis, but the air traffic in the last 24 hours has been unusually high.
“At 7:10 p.m. Thursday, two Israeli warplanes violated Lebanese airspace entering above the sea west of Sidon and flying over all Lebanese areas as they conducted aerial maneuvers,” an announcement from the Lebanese army’s general directorate said, according to the Daily Star.
The planes left Lebanon's airspace approximately four hours later above Naqqoura.
Ten minutes before the departure of the first jet group, another two warplanes entered the airspace above the sea west of Jounieh and conducted aerial maneuvers across the country, the report said.
Those jets returned to Israel just after midnight above the southern village of Alma Shaab.
At 12:35 a.m. another sortie of two warplanes entered Lebanese airspace above the sea near Beirut, after which they conducted aerial maneuvers over the country before leaving at 3:15 a.m., according to the Lebanese Army.
At 6 a.m. two more warplanes violated the country’s airspace from above the sea near Beirut and flew over all Lebanese regions and left at 8:50 a.m. above the southern village of Rmeish, the Army said.
Last week an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) penetrated Israeli air space from Lebanon.
The UAV was shot down by Israel about eight kilometers off the coast of Haifa.
Hizbullah was fingered as being behind the incident, but the terror group denied “sending any unmanned drone towards occupied Palestine.” A Lebanese security official has also denied that the drone had been sent from Lebanon.
Following the drone incident it was reported that the Lebanese army had increased its presence along the Lebanon-Israel border.
On Friday, Lebanese President Michel Suleiman urged the international community to pressure Israel to stop violating Lebanese airspace, saying its activities breach the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701.
"We question the UN Security Council, the UN and the powerful nations over Israel's activities,” the president said in a released statement, according to the Naharnet website.
"We call on the international community to pressure Israel to stop its attacks and violations and to commit to abiding by Resolution 1701,” Suleiman stressed.
“These infringements are an attempt to shake Lebanon's stability and are a continuation of the enemy's policy of threatening Lebanon.”
(Arutz Sheva’s North American Desk is keeping you updated until the start of Shabbat in New York. The time posted automatically on all Arutz Sheva articles, however, is Israeli time.)
By BulldogFord65 » May 3rd, 2013, 10:45 pm • Report: Pentagon Can Destroy Iran's Underground Nuclear Facility
The Pentagon has reportedly redesigned its biggest "bunker buster" bomb so it can destroy the underground Fordow nuclear site.
By Elad Benari, Canada First Publish: 5/4/2013, 12:22 AM
The Pentagon has redesigned its biggest "bunker buster" bomb with more advanced features intended to enable it to destroy Iran's most heavily fortified and defended nuclear site, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
U.S. officials see development of the weapon as critical to convincing Israel that the U.S. has the ability to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear bomb if diplomacy fails, and also that Israel's military can't do that on its own, the report said.
According to the Wall Street Journal, several times in recent weeks, American officials, seeking to demonstrate U.S. capabilities, showed Israeli military and civilian leaders a secret Air Force video of an earlier version of the bomb hitting its target in high-altitude testing, and explained what had been done to improve it, according to diplomats who were present.
In the video, the weapon can be seen penetrating the ground within inches of its target, followed by a large underground detonation, people who have seen the footage told the Wall Street Journal.
The newest version of what is the Pentagon's largest conventional bomb, the 30,000-pound Massive Ordnance Penetrator, or MOP, has adjusted fuses to maximize its burrowing power, upgraded guidance systems to improve its precision and high-tech equipment intended to allow it to evade Iranian air defenses in order to reach and destroy the Fordow nuclear enrichment complex, which is buried under a mountain near the Iranian city of Qom.
The upgraded MOP designed for Fordow hasn't been dropped from a plane yet.
The improvements are meant to address U.S. and Israeli concerns that Fordow couldn't be destroyed from the air. Overcoming that obstacle could also give the West more leverage in diplomatic efforts to convince Iran to curtail its nuclear program.
"Hopefully we never have to use it," said a senior U.S. official familiar with the development of the new version. "But if we had to, it would work."
Iran admitted in the past it was moving more centrifuge machines for enriching uranium to the underground Fordow facility, the existence of which only came to light after it was identified by Western intelligence agencies in September 2009. The UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, has confirmed that Iran begun enriching uranium at the plant.
Fordow has long been thought to be a target that would be difficult if not impossible for the U.S. to destroy with conventional weapons. In January 2012, U.S. officials disclosed they didn't think their largest bomb could penetrate to the centrifuges within the complex, where Iran refines fuel it maintains is intended for civilian use but the U.S. and its allies believe is destined for a nuclear-weapons program.
At the time, the Pentagon had spent about $330 million to develop about 20 of the bombs, and sought additional funding to make them more effective, reported the Wall Street Journal. That money came through; so far, the Defense Department has now spent more than $400 million on the bombs, which are built by Boeing Co., BA +1.46% according to government officials.
U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded that Iran's nuclear sites are so well fortified that Israel's military alone can't deliver what a U.S. official called "a knockout blow." Even if Israel were able to obtain its own MOP—and U.S. officials said they haven't offered it to its ally—U.S. officials said Israel doesn't have stealth aircraft capable of carrying the bomb to its target deep inside Iran.
U.S. officials said they believe the enhanced U.S. bunker-busting capability decreases the chances that Israel will launch a unilateral bombing campaign against Iran this year and possibly next year, buying more time for the Obama administration to pursue diplomacy after Iran holds elections in June. Israeli officials declined to comment.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said this week that Iran is continuing to progress to the “red line” of nuclear capability which he set during his United Nations speech in September.
He added, however, that there is still time to stop Tehran from crossing that red line.
A top defense official told Channel 10 News this week that despite appearances to the contrary, Israel's military option on Iran was very much alive, and that Iran was reaching the point where construction of a nuclear weapon was within reach.
The official, whose identity was kept under wraps, is considered a highly placed, highly reliable source. The official said that Iran has in recent months “dramatically” increased its uranium enrichment capabilities, the result of the installation of new centrifuges.
With the new equipment, Iran should be able to soon enrich as much as 200 kilos of uranium. With that amount, the source said, Iran would be able to easily equip a nuclear arsenal.
(Arutz Sheva’s North American Desk is keeping you updated until the start of Shabbat in New York. The time posted automatically on all Arutz Sheva articles, however, is Israeli time.)
By dinarnate » May 3rd, 2013, 10:51 pm • kgrace.. thanks. I read your post though and quickly realized I might be being simple. Or at least, I realized my idea of banks closing at that time was probably based on speculation.. researching I found nothing. ..
However I stand by my quickly thought speculation based prediction lol. I did see a video a few months ago where a gentleman was on Blomberg speaking of "what keeps him up at night" and he had speculated that one Saturday evening they would roll out a new global basket of currencies. So that makes two... of us :-/ ..ha
By KTFA-JimNY » May 3rd, 2013, • I don't like the idea of any nation using its air power to bomb potential targets in another sovereign nation.
All this airstrike is going to do is to unite the Arab world against Israel and it clearly shows Israel as an aggressor nation.
The right thing to do would have been for Israel to file a complaint/protest with the United Nations and to provide photographic evidence, where possible, of the use of the weapons in question. This is how civilized nations are supposed to behave.
I support Israels right to defend itself but i condemn the use of military force against another sovereign nation on the premise that a shipment of illegal weapons "Might" have been on its way to a terrorist organization.
All this does is show Israel in an aggressor role and this plays right into the Arab agenda.
The United Nations was created to avoid these kinds of conflicts.
I condemn this attack, as i'm sure that many other nations will, and the United Nations should hold the Israeli Government responsible for any civilian loss of life as a result of these attacks.
This kind of thing should not be happening in this day and age.
By kufu21 » May 4th, 2013, 1:23 am • KTFA-JimNY..I support your response...But things are not what they seem..The United Nations..to put it plain and simple is nations of thugs..America needs to remove itself of this group..Israel on the other hand knows exactly whats up...
Israel is the master at hiding facts...Keep in mind the land which Israel resides is indeed Holy..But just who is Israel today?.It certainly is not Jewish...Only for 120 years was Israel's kingship leadership pure Jew..Saul,David,Solomon..After this ,the kingdom was divided...
And no where in the bible does it say Israel is Jewish since Israel's 1st 3 kings.. These are lies the Tv tells you..Is there any pure Jew left WHICH ARE ALIVE?......Only one...and he currently resides in Heaven...Judah was last pure Jew..The line ended and died with him..
Why?..Judah was seduced by his own niece..who dressed as woman of the evening...God did not accept this help to keep line going....Just like God did not accept Abram's choice to help God fulfill promise by having son from Sarai maidservant.
For this reason alone Jesus will come back to set up His millennium kingdom..Why? To fulfill scripture...Jesus the Jew..Son of man..will regather all the land King Solomon owned...This why it is a very tricky situation...
America has been blessed because we have supported the land...Furthermore..America is clearly Manasseh ...Israel is Ephraim..who is Ephraim?...= Is America's brother...Hmmm..Josephs 2 sons...And Joseph married who?..
And guess what? ..It is Ephraim who is no longer listed as one of twelve tribes in Revelation....So we must ask why?..who's been playing who here?...Also of interest is of where the greek manuscripts came from..Hmmm... 2 main sources...
One was Alexandrian text...the other ANTIOCH TEXT..I ask you which one is truly Greek text?...Alexandrian is Egyptian...Hmm.. Joseph wives influence?..Take out a one dollar bill...What do you see?...yep Mother and Father..Pyramaid...Eagle...and who is America?..KJ version came from Antioch..manuscripts..
By alp108 » May 4th, 2013, 6:38 am • KTFA-JimNY you state ......The right thing to do would have been for Israel to file a complaint/protest with the United Nations
I stand amazed at this statement .... I invite you to look past your idealistic view of the UN and explain why any Nation should go to the UN when you consider this small list of UN failures ..... or maybe you consider them ..... CIVILIZED ....successes
!. Rwanda.....Close to one million Rwandans were killed in the genocide, amounting to twenty percent of the population.
2. Sudan ....hundreds of thousands .... killed while the UN stands by
3. Khmer Rouge In 1994, the United Nations recognized the Khmer Rouge as the true government of Cambodia, despite the fact that they had killed 2.5 million Cambodians, amounting to 33% of their total population. Are you old enough to even remember the Killing Fields
4. Bosnia .... The 1995 Bosnian War massacre was the single worst act of mass murder on European soil since World War II.
5. Child Rape .... Many nations PLEAD for support from the United Nations in times of desperation and war. To the oppressed, the blue helmets of UN peacekeepers represent stability and safety. Unfortunately, this was not the case in numerous countries in the 1990s.
Reports from Bosnia, Kosovo, Cambodia, Haiti, and Mozambique revealed a shocking trend; areas with peacekeeping forces saw a rapid rise in child prostitution.
Often, soldiers (THE PEACE KEEPING SOLDIERS) would reward the children with candy or small sums of money, so they could claim the sexual relationship was prostitution rather than RAPE .... probably .... CIVILIZED CHILD RAPE .... . Senior officials in the United Nations ...REFUSED.... to condemn the peacekeepers, as they feared this public shaming would discourage nations from joining peacekeeping forces. GUTLESS, GUTLESS, GUTLESS
6. Sri Lanks ....their bloody civil war killing thousands
7. Nuclear Proliferation .... the latest .... Iran and North Korea ....I think both of these Nations have stated they want to blow the US and Israel .... off the map....that would include you and me ....
8. Terrorism .....“modern” terrorism began with the 1968 hijacking of El Al Israel Flight 426 by a Palestinian terrorist organization. The United Nations condemned the action, but failed to take any further action.
These terrorist acts continued throughout the remainder of the twentieth century, with no reaction from the UN; a simple condemnation was as far as they would go. With the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the UN finally took action, outlawing terrorism and punishing those responsible for the attacks.
Unfortunately, this applied only to Al Qaeda and the Taliban. State-funded terrorist programs—such as Hamas, Hezbollah, and Mossad— ARE unaffected. Nations that support groups that are widely linked to terrorism, such as Iran, are not held accountable specifically for these actions.
To this date, the UN still does not have a clear definition of terrorism, AND THEY HAVE NO PLANS TO PURSUE ONE.
9. COLD WAR and the Berlin Wall.... It continued for years ....untill ...thank God for Ronald Regan
This list could go on but why .... You live in a different reality than me, evidently....You see when I was a kid, there was this huge bully, everyday hitting on old alp108....I did as taught and went to the teachers for help...
They spoke to the bully .... IN A CIVILIZED WAY ....and he graciously agreed that he would stop ..... until the teachers were out of sight....then because I got him in trouble, bully was gonna make me pay ... well old bully didnt realize I carry couple cans of whoop ... and I opened them up... the end of the story ... he got off the ground with a tooth missing, broken finger and a bloody nose .....amazing thing happened .....bully never bothered me anymore...he even speaks to me today ....50 years later
so Israel opened their cans of whoop ... and I commend them for it ...... BUT .....I can appreciate your position on the UN .... many ... many have the same position .... I have a suggestion .... to really, really experience the effectivness of the civilized responses of the UN , maybe you should move to Rwanda or the Sudan and then ..... give us a report..... AND OH ...DONT FORGET TO TAKE YOUR KIDS....THE UN PEACEKEEPERS ....GIVE OUT CANDY
By DAME » May 4th, 2013, 8:02 am • InvestmentWatch
« WAR DRUM:
China has just made several moves against the U.S. dollar, and currency wars with the U.S. have a way of turning into real wars
Need $11.2 Trillion More Debt
May 3rd, 2013
Article at zero hedge says we may need $11.2 trillion in new Treasury's or the safe asset equivalent for the banks to meet Basel III tier 1 capital requirements:
Desperately Seeking $11.2 Trillion In Collateral, Or How “Modern Money” Really Works - Over a year ago, we first explained what one of the key terminal problems affecting the modern financial system is:
namely the increasing scarcity and disappearance of money-good assets (“safe” or otherwise) which due to the way “modern” finance is structured,
where a set universe of assets forms what is known as “high-quality collateral” backstopping trillions of re-hypothecated shadow liabilities all of which have negligible margin requirements (and thus provide virtually unlimited leverage) until times turn rough and there is a scramble for collateral,
has become perhaps the most critical, and missing, lynch pin of financial stability.
Not surprisingly, recent attempts to replenish assets (read collateral) backing shadow money, most recently via attempted Basel III regulations, failed miserably as it became clear it would be impossible to procure the just $1-$2.5 trillion in collateral needed according to regulatory requirements.
The reason why this is a big problem is that as the Matt Zames-headed Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee (TBAC) showed today as part of the appendix to the quarterly refunding presentation, total demand for “High Quality Collateral” (HQC) would and could be as high as $11.2 trillion under stressed market conditions.