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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

The Violence In Mexico Is Getting So Bad That Now Even FedEx Is Leaving Mexico To Escape The Cartels

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The violence in Mexico is getting so bad that now even FedEx is leaving various regions of the country, in order to escape cartel violence. As we read in one report:

The drug war is once again threatening to hamper the formal Mexican economy.

Citing concerns over rising insecurity, FedEx Mexico has announced plans to suspend operations in dozens of towns and municipalities across the southern states of Guerrero, Jalisco and Michoacán.

“FedEx Mexico sent a letter to customers regarding the temporary suspension of service areas of the Mexican states of Jalisco, Guerrero and Michoacán,” FedEx spokesperson Gretchen Mathis told Fusion in an email. “The suspension of service is limited to select zip codes within these states. The safety and integrity of our clients, employees and providers is our top priority.”

The FedEx letter, signed by a Mexico branch marketing director and published by Mexican media outlet Aristegui Noticias, lists 47 municipalities where services will be suspended starting in May.

Mathis told Fusion that FedEx will continue to operate “business as usual” in the rest of the country.

“FedEx remains committed to Mexico, and will resume service to the affected areas when conditions allow,” she added.

The embattled states of Guerrero, Jalisco and Michoacán have been experiencing a violent crime wave that has prompted other international companies to reconsider business operations in the area. Last year, Coca-Cola evaluated whether to suspend operations in a major city of Guerrero after two of its employees got kidnapped and several soda trucks were ransacked.

A study by the Institute for Economics & Peace think tank (IEP) estimates that in 2014 the cost of violence represented 17.3% of the country’s GDP. The cost of violence “represents almost $1,946 per person in Mexico,” claimed the report, which ranked Guerrero, Jalisco and Michoacán among the most violent states in the country.

This withdrawal on the part of FedEx is taking place not too long after Coca-Cola removed a build from the state of Guerrero after the cartel began burning down Coca-Cola trucks once the company refused to pay them tribute.

Credit to Shoebat

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Major Rabbi Predicts Christians Will Be Source of Torah in Coming Days of Messiah

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“For then will I turn to the peoples a pure language that they may all call upon the name of the LORD to serve Him with one consent. From beyond the rivers of Ethiopia shall they bring My suppliants even the daughter of My dispersed as Mine offering.” Zephaniah 3:9-10 (The Israel Bible™)

On Wednesday afternoon, two of the greatest rabbis of the generation met and discussed how very close the Messiah is, and how Christians and Muslims have an important role to play in that process.

Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch,Vice-President of the Rabbinical Court and the Head of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem, paid a rare visit to Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky at his home in Bnei Barak. They are two of the most prominent Torah figures alive today. Conversations between such great men have enormous significance and the Hebrew-language website Kikar Shabbat recorded the dialogue between these two great rabbis.

Rabbi Sternbuch agreed. “In the End of Days, those who fear God will despair and their hands will loosen from fighting God’s war against the sinners, and there will be no one to rely upon except God,” he said, adding, “We have to bring the Messiah.”After warm greetings, the rabbis began to discuss the problems facing the Jews in this generation. Rabbi Kanievsky said that troubles were to be expected. “It is the days before Messiah,” he explained.

Rabbi Kanievsky answered that the Messiah should be arriving in the very near future. He quoted the Talmud (Megillah 17b) again, saying, “In the year after shmittah the Son of David will come.”

Rabbi Kanievsky was referring to a prediction he had made earlier in the year based on the Talmud. The shmittah (sabbatical) year comes once every seven years and ended this year on the holiday of Rosh Hashanah. The year in which Rabbi Kanievsky predicted the Messiah would come, according to the Talmud, will end next Rosh Hashana, in September.

“The year after the Shemitta isn’t over,” he added.

Rabbi Sternbuch answered by quoting Jeremiah 8:2, which reads, “The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved” – implying that according to the Talmud, the Messiah should have already arrived if it was truly coming in this year.

Rabbi Kanievsky insisted that the Messiah was indeed coming in this year. He opened the Talmud folio (Ketubot 112b) that contained the prediction and began to read out loud to Rabbi Sternbuch.

Rabbi Sternbuch considered this and responded with a different source.

“We have an ancient authenticated hand-written manuscript from the Rambam (a Spanish Torah authority from the twelfth century), in which he says that before the coming of the Messiah, the Christians and the Ishmaelites (Arabs) will come to Israel,” he pointed out.

The manuscript the rabbi referred to is a recent version of the Rambam’s Mishnah Torah, recently published with restored sections censored by medieval Christian authorities.

Rabbi Sternbuch’s interpretation of the Rambam does seem to happening today. The creation of the State of Israel was a miraculous fulfillment of God’s covenant with Abraham, restoring the land of Israel to the Jewish people, but it also benefitted Christians, establishing a bubble of religious freedom in a region of the world that does not tolerate pluralism. Almost three million Christians come to Israel every year to visit their holy sites in a way that is not permitted in regions under Muslim rule, and the Jewish state is home to a considerable Christian population as well.

Though not as positive or as beneficial as the Christian connection, the Arabs have also multiplied in the Land of Israel as the Messiah approaches. Before the British Mandate, Palestine, a neglected corner of the Ottoman Empire, had barely 700,000 people living in the country. As the Jewish population increased between World War One and World War Two, the Arab population also increased by 120 percent.Gabriel Naddaf, an Israeli priest of the Greek Orthodox Church, said in an interview with the Algemeiner that “the Jewish state is the only country in the Middle East where Christians can practice their faith free from persecution”, noting, “The Christian community in Israel has more than quadrupled since independence in 1948, from 34,000 to 158,000 in 2012.”

Rabbi Kanievsky continued reading in the Talmud, which described yet another aspect of the days preceding the Messiah.

Rabbi Kanievsky seemed to be saying that in the Messianic era, Christians and Muslims will be a source of Torah learning – and this phenomenon is appearing as well. Many movements in Christianity are beginning to seek out their roots in Torah and Judaism. Hebrew Roots and Bnai Yosef are growing movements that advocate doing Mitzvot and Torah study.“In the days to come, all the non-fruit bearing trees in israel will bear fruit.” Rabbi Kanievsky explained, “When the Messiah comes, everyone will repent, and the people that ‘didn’t bear fruit’ will bear fruit and learn Torah.”

Both Rabbi Kanievsky and Rabbi Sternbuch are brilliant Torah scholars whose decisions regarding Torah law are unquestionably authoritative. When rabbis of this stature agree that the Messiah is imminent, it is clearly a sign to sit up and take notice.

Read more at http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/66476/two-major-rabbis-agree-impending-messiah-bringing-christians-muslims-israel/#Bb4eRydRZ5Ss2H4W.99

"The Men Behind The Curtain Are Being Revealed"

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Astute observers of financial markets, especially in the precious metals sector, have long argued that small concentrations of major market players have been manipulating asset prices. Last week those suspicions were confirmed when Deutsche Bank, one of the world’s leading financial institutions, not only admitted to regulators that they have been involved in the racket, but that they were prepared to turn over records implicating many of their cohorts in a global scheme to suppress prices.
In his latest interview with SGT Report, straight-shooting Callinex MinesCEO Max Porterfield explains that now that the men behind the curtain are being revealed, asset prices in precious metals, base metals and other commodities will return to more natural pricing mechanisms based on core supply and demand fundamentals.
They are being revealed, most certainly… whether anybody actually takes a fall for it is a whole ‘nother discussion in its own right.. It’s good someone is being held accountable in some form or fashion and at least we understand what we’re dealing with.

… The real world pricing is being seen not only in the precious metals space, but it’s being played out in other base metals as well… Underlying all this manipulation is really the supply demand fundamentals for all these commodities…
Full Interview Via SGT Report:
With the genie now out of the bottle, many of the institutions involved in price manipulation and suppression appear to have backed off for fear of multi-billion dollar class action lawsuits from investors. The direct result, as we have seen just in the last couple of weeks, has been upward price movement in gold and silver.
If you start getting some of the manipulation to come out of the market for fear that people are going to get called out on it, then you can allow the fundamentals to play out.
And according to Porterfield, those fundamentals bode very well for gold, silver and base metals investors who have thus far been pillaged by paper market conspirators:
I think this has signified the start of a new bull market…what we’ve been through, these nice gains… I can tell you right now… I travel frequently to investor hubs in North America and Europe as well… the sentiment is improving quite significantly compared to where it was last November when I was in Zurich where people were very, very negative.

There’s more optimism in the space, particularly in the precious metals space… and in the not-too-distant future in the overall base metals space as well.

I think investors should be aware and be prepare for pullbacks in any bull market and I think that’s healthy for any kind of bull market you’re in… it is a bumpy road no matter what… but there’s definitely a lot more upside ahead of us.
We know that during the bear market in gold, silver and other commodities many companies either slowed their operations or completely shut their doors. This reduction in supply, a growing demand for precious metals amid global economic chaos and the official acknowledgment of paper price suppression by at least one major financial institution (and likely many more) suggests that gold and silver prices could rise significantly over coming months and years.

Credit to Zero Hedge

As the economic collapse accelerates, home invasions for FOOD start appearing in the press

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According to a heartbreaking report by All Self Sustained, an elderly man was threatened with a knife last month by a man and a woman in a home invasion – the pair were looking to steal food.

71-year-old Luis Rosales answered the door of his New Jersey apartment in the afternoon and was confronted by a man and woman who were armed with an eight-inch kitchen knife. The pair forced themselves inside, threatening Rosales with death if he made too much noise.

The suspects used pepper spray to affect Rosales' vision before ransacking his apartment and raiding his fridge, telling Rosales that they were hungry. They also took his wallet.

A sign of things to come?

The report shows that a combination of "the economy and lack of social civility" has started to reach a level where US citizens are now robbing food from other people, as reported by All Self Sustained. This might only be the beginning – the economy is on the verge of collapse; unemployment continues to be a major problem; and wage growth is stagnant.

It is thought that 45 million Americans are now relying upon food stamps, and civil uprising caused by the removal of government-issued food stamps is considered to be a huge threat to society as we know it. And it's not just the US economy that's suffering – the world economy is also in complete crisis.

According to the World Socialist Web Site, more than 1 million people in the US may soon lose their government food stamp benefits if they fail to meet work requirements. In a government move that could stimulate the economy by encouraging employment while saving taxpayer money, there will soon be a three-month limit on food stamp benefits for unemployed adults aged 18–49 who are not classified as disabled or raising minors; critics, however, claim the move could increase crime and hunger.

The recent home invasion by the suspects searching for food reinforces the idea that hunger and food insecurity are on the rise. According to statistics by Feeding America, as reported by the World Socialist Web Site, 48.1 million Americans are currently living in a food-insecure household. Food banks gave away 4 billion pounds of food last year, and on the basis of the cutoffs being implemented soon, social service and food banks are preparing for a massive influx of hungry people.

Credit to Natural News
Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/053785_economic_collapse_home_invasions_hunger.html#ixzz46tkoLGYu

We Are 3-4 Months Away From A Gigantic Event That Will Spark War

"We Haven't Seen This Is In Our Lifetimes" - CEO Says "Alberta Is In A Depression"

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Regular readers know that we've covered Alberta's decline at length (refresher here), so there is no need to give much of a backstory other than to say that the situation seems to get worse for the Canadian province as each day passes even as oil has rebounded in the past two months.
Toronto's "Condo King" Brad Lamb tried to put things into context when he said the situation is "worse than 2008." However, on Friday we received an even more gloomy (albeit realistic) description of the economic situation in Canada's energy hub, Alberta. In a very blunt interview with BNN, Murray Mullen the CEO of trucking company Mullen Group, said that the situation has moved well past recession, and should be described as a depression.
"Well, if you're involved in the oil patch directly, drilling activity or anything like that I think we've gone beyond recession and it's more a depression. The facts are that this latest round of commodity price collapse that happened the first part of this year I think really put the nail in the coffin for the industry."

"The damage has already been done basically for this year. Even though it seems like the oil price and even natural gas is starting to recover, there was no room for error because commodity prices had fallen so low in 2015, and then when it happened in 2016, and it's not just crude oil, it's natural gas also. We're just kind of trapped in a difficult market dynamic that we haven't seen in probably most of our lifetimes."

"There's no investment activity going on below $40, it just goes to zero."
The fact that Mr. Mullen categorized the situation as a depression isn't surprising to us: after all that's how we characterized the economic reality in Alberta for the first time last December in "This Is Canada's Depression"
And while we wait for yet another local shoe to drop (and after soaring crime, surging suicides, and overwhelmed food banks, one wonders just what could be next), we continue to be on the lookout for the number of future bankruptcies that emerge from this space (as he alluded to numerous times throughout his interview). Recall that as as we first reported, Canada's banks have virtually zero reserves for a worst case scenario.
Because when the already shaking Calgary domino finally falls, that's when the Bank of Canada will have no choice but to make good on its threat from last year and unleash negative interest rates.

And just as we hinted, constantly from bad to worse. Moments ago, Bloomberg reported that Moody's has downgraded Alberta's credit rating. 
  • Moody’s says province will need to increase direct borrowing in order to finance operating deficits for first time in over 20 years
  • Moody’s expects Alberta’s net direct and indirect debt to increase to nearly 17% of GDP in 2018-19 from 7% in 2015-16
  • Outlook negative
Credit to Zero Hedge

F-22 fighter jets are in Romania to keep tabs on Russia's Black Sea antics

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The U.S. sent its most sophisticated aircraft to Romania on Monday for exercises aimed to enhance training with other Europe-based aircraft.

Two F-22 Raptors and approximately 20 supporting airmen from the 95th Fighter Squadron, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, landed at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base along with a KC-135 aircraft from the 916th Air Refueling Wing, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina, officials with U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa said.

The largest deployment of the multirole fighter to the continent, officials said, is meant to "bolster the security of NATO allies and partners in Europe" while showcasing its flexibility to fly throughout the region.

The deployment near the Black Sea comes as U.S. commanders re-evaluate the military's role, reach and responsibilities in Europe. Russia's resurgence has forced Washington to rethink troop levels in Europe, eyeing a larger, permanent force that would help deter an unexpected fight against Russian forces.

Credit to Airforcetimes

"Meteorite Causes Brush Fire On IMPACT In Maryland"