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Deborah (25 Sep 2009) “THE INELIGIBILITY FIRE SMOLDERS ON”



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Deborah (25 Sep 2009)
THE INELIGIBILITY FIRE SMOLDERS ON


Good information on the major eligibility lawsuits:
Click here: Devvy Kidd — Patriots: Time For Major Push on Userper’s Citizenship Issue
May Obama never be able to stuff his ineligible Genie back in the bottle.
AMEN!!!

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September 26, 2009 at 2:02 am

(September 25, 2009) When The Left Behind Series and Obama Merge into Reality

(September 25, 2009) When The Left Behind Series and Obama Merge into Reality

In the first book of the popular Left Behind Series bt Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins on page 351 the Antichrist Nicolae Carpathia by then the Secretary General of the United Nations proposes a new Security Council setup and goes on to propose a disarmament of all member nations. “He wants Nugomo personally to insist on him as his replacement….Militarily, he wants a commitment to disarmament from member nations, the destruction of ninety percent of their weapons, and the donation of the other ten percent to the U.N.” this quote from the book has become reality as you will read in the inserted article in today’s Miami Herald.  Another eerily similarity is the proposal By Lydian leader Kadaffy of moving the UN out of New York to an Eastern country.

On page 352 the following quote:

He wants to move the U.N.”….. “He wants to move it to Babylon”.

On page 353

“He is asking for resolutions supporting some of the things he wants to do. The seven-year peace treaty with Israel….”

Well readers life is full of surprises and the book writers were sure good in the interpretation of scripture as it relates to the man of sin.

The Miami Herald article follows:

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Obama’s nuclear-free goal gains U.N. endorsement

The U.N. Security Council unanimously passed a U.S.-drafted resolution that endorses the goal of `a world without nuclear weapons.’

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UNITED NATIONS — With President Barack Obama in the chair at an unprecedented meeting of the U.N. Security Council, major world powers on Thursday endorsed his goal of a nuclear weapons-free world and pledged to strengthen the shaky international system for preventing the spread of nuclear arms.

The Security Council unanimously passed a U.S.-drafted resolution that endorses the eventual goal of “a world without nuclear weapons.” It lays out steps for nuclear powers to trim their arsenals, while making it harder for other nations to convert civilian nuclear programs to military ones.

While it isn’t clear how fast this will come about, diplomats and private security experts called it the most significant U.N. action on nuclear weapons proliferation in years.

U.S. officials said the council’s endorsement significantly boosted the disarmament agenda that Obama laid out last April in Prague. Among his goals are new cuts in U.S. and Russian nuclear warheads and missile launchers; U.S. ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, which bans nuclear weapons tests; and a major effort to secure “loose” nuclear materials.

The six-page resolution mentions neither Iran nor North Korea, both the focus of major proliferation concern, because other nations rejected U.S. attempts to include the two.

CALL FOR TOUGHNESS

However, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who joined other world leaders at the Security Council summit, called for tougher sanctions on the two if they don’t abandon their nuclear weapons programs. “We live in the real world, not in a world of postures and communiqués. And the real world expects us to take decisions,” Sarkozy said. “What these two nations are doing undermines the very rules on which our collective security is based.”

Diplomats from the United States and five other nations are to meet Iranian officials next Thursday, and Sarkozy said Iran had a last chance to halt uranium enrichment before an end-of-the-year deadline. If the talks fail, Iran must be penalized with “massive sanctions in the financial and energy sectors,” he said.

Iran asserts that it’s developing nuclear technology only for civilian purposes, and Tehran’s U.N. mission fired back with a statement calling Sarkozy’s remarks “totally untrue and without any foundation.”

Thursday’s two-hour meeting was the first time that a U.S. president had chaired a U.N. Security Council session, and only the fifth time in 64 years that heads of government, rather than foreign ministers or ambassadors, have sat around the table.

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi didn’t attend, although Libya is currently a member of the council.

U.S. SHIFT

Obama has pivoted sharply from the policies of former President George W. Bush, whose administration disdained arms control treaties and emphasized building an anti-missile shield that Obama downsized and reoriented last week.

Thursday’s Security Council action strengthens the 1968 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the cornerstone of efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

The treaty, which is up for review next year, calls on nations with nuclear weapons to reduce their arsenals. Nations without nuclear arms pledge not to acquire them and are guaranteed access to nuclear technology for civilian power, medical and research purposes.

One aim of the new resolution is to make it harder for Iran and other nations to withdraw from the NPT after they’ve used it to gain access to nuclear technology, and then proceed to develop nuclear arms. In that case, the countries that supplied nuclear technology could, at least in theory, repossess it.

Obama plans to host a summit next April in the United States on securing nuclear materials. He’s pledged to seek ratification of the nuclear test ban treaty, which the Senate rejected in 1999, though U.S. officials say it won’t be resubmitted to the Senate until next year at the earliest.

A related news story about Iran secret nuclear facility is included.

http://news.aol.com/article/iran-discloses-second-uranium-enrichment/427051

West Demands Iran Reveal Nuclear Plans

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// PITTSBURGH (Sept. 25) — Armed with the disclosure of a secret Iranian nuclear facility, President Barack Obama and the leaders of France and Britain demanded Friday that Tehran fully disclose its nuclear ambitions “or be held accountable” to an impatient world community.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Iran has until December to comply or face new sanctions. British Prime Minister Gordon Brown accused Iran of “serial deception.”

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President Barack Obama, right, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, center, and French President Nicolas Sarkozy condemned Iran on Friday for operating a nuclear enrichment facility in secret.

Said Obama: “Iran is breaking rules that all nations must follow.”

In the above photo, guess who is the Antichrist?

Kadafi speech:

http://renovomedia.com/politics/moammar-kadafi-praises-obama-in-speech-to-united-nations-general-assembly-video/

Moammar Kadafi Praises Obama in Speech to United Nations General Assembly (VIDEO)

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

By Andrea, posted in News, Politics

In his first-ever speech to the United Nations General Assembly, de-facto Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi (nee Muammar al-Gaddafi) praised Obama, saying the United States should make him president for life.

Except for his lavish praise for President Obama, Kadafi’s nearly 100 minute speech was mostly critical, incoherently covering a range of subjects from jet lag to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and ranting about  “the mother of all evils” invasion of Iraq, and moving the U.N. outside the U.S.

Nando

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Written by twelvebooks

September 25, 2009 at 3:04 pm

09-24-09 Deceived

Thank you Ready2GO, I was deceived by this link.  I took it out.

Nando

Readi2Go (24 Sep 2009)
Fourwinds10 Website


BEWARE the Fourwinds10 Website

Paulette & Doves,
If you read the “about” pages at this website, you will find that it is all about new age beliefs, channeling demon spirits and more. Do not go here to get enlightened.

ysic, Readi2Go

Written by twelvebooks

September 24, 2009 at 11:26 pm

Laura Sheller (24 Sep 2009) “Thursday: The Day a President Becomes `King of the World'”

Good link to a Canadian article about Obama and the G20 meeting

Nando

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/sep2009/lauras924.htm

Laura Sheller (24 Sep 2009)
Thursday: The Day a President Becomes `King of the World’


Morning doves, one & all !

Well……….he’s NOTmy king! or my lord………………

there’s only One KING of the universe & it sure ain’t bo!

Come LORD JESUS!

In Christ alone,

Laura Sheller

http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/14981

Written by twelvebooks

September 24, 2009 at 5:23 pm

09-24-09 Did the Fed just kill the bull market?

Well the following economic analysis is in line with the info I have published in the last two days and Caspers articles. Let us hope that all the insanity remains under control but I doubt it. The article appeared in msn.com

Nando

Did the Fed just kill the bull market?

Posted Sep 23 2009, 04:08 PM by Anthony Mirhaydari
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Well, that was interesting. After the Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday it would leave interest rates unchanged, stocks initially bounded higher before abruptly shifting direction and screaming lower. The bulls gunned the Dow Industrial Average achingly close to the 10,000 level before things fell apart.

At issue wasn’t the Fed’s target policy rate, which affects short-term interest rates. Instead, traders were apparently concerned that Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and his cohorts failed to expand its direct purchases of mortgages and government debt. This will likely result in higher long-term rates.

You see, the Federal Reserve has been engaging in unorthodox monetary policy over the past 9 months via “Permanent Open Market Operations,” or POMO. Fed traders were authorized in March to spend some $300 billion to buy U.S. Treasury debt and $1.45 trillion to buy mortgage-backed securities and debt from government-controlled housing lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. With the original budget on the Treasury allocation nearly exhausted, many wondered if the Fed will let the program expire, or renew it. Today we got our answer and Wall Street didn’t like it.

This is important since not only did these purchases help the federal government continue its simulative deficit spending over the cries of budget hawks in Congress, it helped keep a lid on borrowing rates throughout the economy.

Thus, we had a unique situation where stocks were rising without a concurrent and ultimately self-defeating rise in Treasury yields. To use an analogy, this is akin to enjoying a daily slice of chocolate cheesecake without an expansion in your waistline.

Despite a 57% rise in the S&P 500 since March, the yield on 5-Year Treasuries has advanced only 0.4%. During the early stages of the 2003 bull market, interest rates jumped more than 1.1%. While the difference may seem miniscule, it has a huge affect on the internal return calculations performed by corporate financial officers and trading managers.

Anecdotal evidence suggests private traders enjoyed buying financial assets alongside Bernanke & Co. On Monday, the Fed announced it had purchased $4 billion worth of mostly five-year Treasury notes. The announcement came at 10:15 am, which was the same time that stocks hit their intraday low before moving higher. The effort has also helped weaken the U.S. dollar, which the stock market likes as well since it boosts the competitiveness of U.S. exports, adding to GDP growth.

In an ideal world, the Fed would continue these efforts. There is still plenty of excess capacity in the economy as unemployment remains high, wage growth is stagnant, energy prices remain relatively low, and factories remain shuttered.

But with the G20 powwow about to start, the Fed probably worried about the vocal opposition to these direct purchases voiced by our foreign creditors in China, Russia, and elsewhere. They also feared the market’s reaction to an expansion of POMO, which would require further increases in the money supply. The obvious results would have been further weakening of the dollar and an increase in inflation expectations — both of which would have increased long-term interest rates and cancelled out the benefits of increased POMO.

Now, the equity market must operate in a more normal environment where rising stock prices result in higher interest rates. The question is: Can the economy, with its nascent recovery, handle more expensive credit?

Written by twelvebooks

September 24, 2009 at 3:47 pm

BG Ellis (24 Sep 2009) “Creation Is A Scientific Fact!”

Written by twelvebooks

September 24, 2009 at 3:26 pm

(Sept 22, 2009) The Heist of a Trillion dollars!!!!!!!!!!

Dear readers today the following post has a link to a video that asks the question, where did the trillion dollars went and who got it?

The woman in charge at the federal reserve had no idea of the matter.  It looks that it vanished in thin air.  Talk about a bank robbery, this people leave Capone as a baby.

Nando

http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/sep2009/markr922.htm

Mark Rouleau (22 Sep 2009)
Fed Cannot Tell Congress Who Got the One Trillion Dollars


The Inspector General for the Federal Reserve has no idea who got the One Trillion Dollars authorized by the Treasury last year.  Poof!

Mark Rouleau

Written by twelvebooks

September 22, 2009 at 7:46 pm