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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Meanwhile, California Fault Lines And The Area Around Yellowstone Are Shaking Like Crazy

Latest Earthquakes - USGSOver the past few days the mainstream media has been fixated on the largest mass shooting in U.S. history, but meanwhile there has been highly unusual seismic activity along major fault lines in California and near the Yellowstone supervolcano.  Let’s talk about Yellowstone first.  In recent months, the big geysers have been behaving very strangely and this is something that my wife and I covered on our television show.  And now, just over the past week there have been three very significant earthquakes in the region.  On June 9th, there was a magnitude 3.7 earthquake, on June 13th there was a magnitude 4.3 earthquake and earlier today there was a magnitude 4.0 earthquake.  Yes, the area around Yellowstone is hit by earthquakes all the time, but most of them are extremely small.  For earthquakes of this size to be striking right around Yellowstone is highly unusual and more than just a little bit alarming.
The map below comes directly from the USGS, and it shows all of the earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 or greater that have hit the western portion of the United States over the last week.  The three big earthquakes that struck southwestern Montana are visible on the map, although they are hard to see because the dots all overlap.  But the main reason why I am showing you this map is because I want you to see all of the earthquakes that have been happening along the major fault lines in southern California in recent days…
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The biggest was a magnitude 5.2 earthquake that hit an area northeast of San Diego on Friday.  The following comes from NBC Los Angeles
A magnitude-5.2 earthquake centered in the desert northeast of San Diego caused shaking early Friday morning across Southern California.
The earthquake occurred at about 1 a.m. northwest of Borrego Springs in San Diego County, according to the USGS. The earthquake was initially reported with a magnitude of 5.1 before it was revised to 5.2, according to the USGS.

But that earthquake was not the end of it by any means.  It is being reported that this large quake was followed by at least 800 aftershocks.
Yes, we normally expect there to be aftershocks after a large quake, but to have that many is very, very unusual.
The quakes that have been striking farther north off the coast of northern California and Oregon are also of great concern as well.  Just recently, I wrote about the fact that the federal government has been conducting drills that have attempted to simulate the response to a magnitude 9.0 Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake.  If such an earthquake were to strike at this moment, the damage caused would be incalculable.
And the USGS has confirmed that such an earthquake is very possible and that it “would likely trigger huge tsunami waves”
The USGS has worryingly confirmed the same computer models show it is capable of producing  an earthquake with a magnitude up to 9.3, which would likely trigger huge tsunami waves.
This would be more powerful than the magnitude 9 tsunami-causing quake that hit Japan in 2011, claiming thousands of lives and taking out nuclear reactors.
Worse still, many scientists say the US is not yet prepared to deal with such a natural disaster, and it could strike at an time.

Scientists tell us that we are actually way overdue for such a quake and accompanying tsunami, and when it comes large numbers of Americans that are clustered right along the coastline will die.
Why all of this is of greater concern now is due to the fact that many areas along the “Ring of Fire” that roughly encircles the Pacific Ocean are roaring to life right now.
For example, just today the biggest volcano in Eurasia sent hot ash more than 3 miles into the air
Eurasia’s largest volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka in Russia’s Far East erupted shooting hot ash miles into the air on Tuesday, the local geophysical service said.
“The eruption was detected [Tuesday] morning…the eruption column rose 6 kilometers [3.7 miles]. The steam-gas plume stretched for 47 kilometers to the west of the volcano,” a representative of the Russian agency told RIA Novosti.

And down in New Zealand, there is evidence that a brand new major volcano may be in the process of forming under a small town…
Beneath Matata, a small coastal town 125 miles from Auckland, on New Zealand’s North Island, scientists recently discovered a massive magma build-up, possibly signaling the beginnings of a new volcano.
But oddly, this magma chamber is nowhere near an active volcano.
According to geophysicist Ian Hamling, since 1950 an incredible influx of magma – enough to fill 80,000 Olympic-sized swimming pools – has accumulated beneath the small New Zealand town, pushing up the surface of the ground by 40 cm (16 inches).

In my new book entitled “The Rapture Verdict” I talk about how Jesus prophesied that we would see a great increase in seismic activity in the last days, and that is precisely what is taking place.
The crust of our planet is becoming increasingly unstable, and we have seen a series of very disturbing earthquakes and volcanic eruptions so far in 2016.
Here in the United States, in recent weeks we have seen very large earthquake swarms develop under Mt. Hood, Mt Rainier and Mt. Saint Helens simultaneously.  Perhaps you don’t think that this is significant, but many of the experts sure do.
At some point there will be major volcanic eruptions along the west coast.
At some point there will be major earthquakes along the west coast.
Scientists tell us that it is just a matter of time before we see these things.
Unfortunately for all of us, these things may start happening with a frequency and an intensity that none of us are expecting.

Credit to endoftheamericandream.com

This is the fifth earthquake in two days in Guatemala


Plan B Is Going Into Effect to Stop Trump Because the Elite Cannot Hide Clinton’s Criminality From the Masses

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Christmas, my birthday and my wedding anniversary arrived on the same day. Information is pouring in about the abject and heinous criminality of Hillary Clinton faster than it can be fully reported.
For 15 months, I have known that the Clinton Foundation had participatory ties to state sponsored terrorism, alliances with known enemies of the United States and it breaks every campaign finance law on the books.

The Clinton Foundation and Uranium One

Last year, I was alerted by an anonymous deep cover source that the New York Times was about to publish an article which implicated the Clinton Foundation for selling uranium to the Russian government in exchange for (1) a direct cash payment made by the Russian government to the Clinton Foundation in exchange for the raw nuclear material; and, (2) a direct payment to Bill Clinton for a speeches made in Moscow.
Two weeks ago, I was instructed by my source as they thought it would help to create a headline that linked Clinton to the CIA/KGB which I did. I was told that this would help to potentially trigger complementary releases of information to what I had previously written about the Clinton Foundation. These new leaks which confirm what I have been saying since 2015 have begun to occur.
After reading this article, most will have little difficulty linking the criminal foundation to espionage and treason.
These links are occurring quietly and being shared among confidants. However, large chunks of information, supporting this notion are now appearing in public with large parts of the jigsaw puzzle on display.

Hillary Clinton Bows to the Trump Challenge

Hillary Clinton is coming under fire for a tweet last year in which she claimed Muslims have “nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism.” Considering the official narrative for 9/11 this is statement supportive of extreme Muslim terrorism on its face.
However, in light of the Trump challenge to acknowledge extreme Muslim terrorism by Donald Trump following the Orlando massacre, Clinton has been forced to acknowledge the threat of “radical Islamism.”
“I have clearly said we have terrorist enemies who use Islam to justify slaughtering innocent people,” Clinton said on NBC’s “Today” show this past Monday. The reason for the previous Clinton denial of terrorism being connected to radical applications of Islam will be clear in the next several paragraphs.

Stunning Revelation by Former DHS Security Agent

Retired Department of Homeland Security (DHS) security agent, Philip Haney, is reporting that the mosque that Omar Mateen attended several times every week is the exact  same mosque protected by Hillary Clinton’s State Department Muslim protection policy after the Islamic terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California which was carried out by Syed Farook.
Haney previously made the case that the mosque was an object of deep concern regarding radical terrorism. However, Haney’s work drew drew concern and criticism from Clinton’s State Department and the DHS’s Civil Rights and Liberties Office because “they believed it unfairly singled out Muslims”. Subsequently, Haney’s report was heavily edited and tossed onto the scrap heap of history. No action was taken to shut down the mosque as it should have been.
“As a member of one of the National Targeting Center’s advanced units, Haney helped develop a case in 2011 on a worldwide Islamic movement known as Tablighi Jamaat, as he recounts in his new book “See Something, Say Nothing: A Homeland Security Officer Exposes the Government’s Submission to Jihad.” Within a few months, the case drew the “concern” of the State Department and the DHS’s Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Office because the Obama administration believed it unfairly singled out Muslims. The intelligence, however, had been used to connect members of the movement to several terrorist organizations and financing at the highest levels, including for Hamas and al-Qaida.”
It is widely known that Mateen was the target of three separate investigations. What has been learned and just released from Political Insider reveals the reason for the third investigation. Mateen was investigated for a thrid time because of his association with a fellow member of the Fort Pierce Mosque, a “22-year-old Moner Mohammad Abusalha, blew himself up in an attack in Syria in 2014 with an explosives-laden truck. The association of the Fort Pierce mosque to terrorism was no undeniable. Then why did the third investigation suddenly end with no action taken?

WND wrote that “Haney reports that Obama’s FBI had Mateen on their radar at least twice, but both times the investigation was shut down. This means Hillary Clinton’s State Department is directly responsible for not flagging Mateen and getting Islamic terrorists off the streets. This is outrageous, and it should disqualify Hillary Clinton from being President of the Untied States”.
The failure of the FBI to act up on Mateen can only be explained by the Clinton policy put into place to block all investigations in radical Muslim terrorism which Haney witnessed in person.
More evidencewhich comes from Fox, which supports the fact that enough evidence is known that Mateen’s ex-wife knew of his Orlando plans  and she may have have even transported him to the site of the massacre. With the NSA and the Patriot Acts in tow, how did the FBI now know what Mateen was up to? They had to have known. It was very likely that both AG Loretta Lynch and the Clinton policy at the State Department of not investigating Muslims became the roadblocks to any investigation.

Martial Law Is Locked and Cocked

My colleague and friend, Paul Martin, of Revolution Radio.org, has proven through the years to have quality sources and one of his best sources has made a revelation to Paul that is very disturbing. As the subtitle indicates, Paul’s source has said that martial law is “locked and cocked”. And once martial law is instituted , he has been told that where you are when martial law is rolled out, is where you will stay. Make your travel plans accordingly. Also, martial law will not be called martial law, it will officially be referred to as continuity of government.

What Could Bring About Martial Law?

The need for the criminal elite to roll out martial law is predicated on their need to institute Plan B. Plan A was to have Hillary march into the White House and promptly sell this country down the proverbial river. However, so many people are learning about the totality of Clinton’s criminality, she will not be able to get elect by November, even with the help of massive voter fraud. Subsequently, the need for Plan B is quickly arriving. And what exactly is Plan B?
As I have stated in previous articles, I learned by accident about a huge George Soros presence at the Republican Convention through the implantation of such groups as moveon.org and black live matter.
Along these lines look at what is surfacing below.


Plan B is apparently going into effect. Hillary Clinton has too much to defend to get elected. By November, her rap sheet would be known to all, despite the MSM complicity to hide this information.
Plan B puts America under martial law and Obama stays in Office.
How much of this do I believe? I am ending all vacations this summer before the beginning of the Republican Convention.

Credit to Common Sense Show

Physicists Confirm Cris Putnam & Tom Horn’s Research—Say Physical Objects Could Cross Through Wormholes To Another Universe


A physical object could potentially pass through a wormhole at the centre of a black hole to another part of the universe, a team of theoretical physicists has said. While the object – be it a chair, a scientist, or a spacecraft – would be changed as it travelled beyond the event horizon (the edge of a black hole), it could technically remain as a physical object and be pulled through the theoretical wormhole. Traditionally, at the centre of a black hole lies a singularity. 

Matter is crushed into an infinite density and space and time no longer exist as we know them. Normally, any physical object that fell into a black hole would be crushed in one direction and stretched along another, being stretched out like spaghetti. If anything were to reach the singularity, it would be infinitely long and thin.

The researchers, from the Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences (IA) in Portugal, were building on previous work in which they found that without a singularity, there could be a finite-sized wormhole at the centre of a black hole.

Accepting this to be the case, the team then looked at the fate of an object that fell into a black hole and whether it could withstand the extreme gravitational field before arriving at the wormhole (and then continuing through to another part of the universe).

Credit to ibtimes.co.uk

QE: The Good, Bad And Ugly (Or, Why War Is Coming)

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Are we better off with "QE", the ultra-accommodative monetary policy pursued by major central banks around the world? Is it "mission accomplished" or are we facing a "ticking time bomb"? Are extreme characterizations even warranted to describe the unconventional monetary policy of recent years, and what are implications for investors? 

The Good

When interest rates are at or near zero and central bankers want to provide more "monetary accommodation," it is not clear that negative interest rates are the answer.  The term "quantitative easing" or "QE" was coined to describe the purchases by of government bonds by central banks. It was combined with "forward guidance" which signaled rates would stay low for an extended period; in our assessment the key goal of both policies was to lower long-term rates (historically, central banks control short-term rates, but leave longer term rates up to the market to determine). Doing so, so the logic goes, would provide the desired "accommodation." There is an index that tries to create a Fed Funds rate incorporating QE:
Note that this index suggests that we have had substantial tightening take place since the 'end' of QE.
Did I just write "the end of QE"? Last time I checked, the Fed has stopped increasing to its arsenal of bonds, but has continued to reinvest proceeds from maturing securities on its balance sheet. The Fed owns these bonds; that is, they sit on the asset side of the Fed's balance sheet. This is not the place to pass judgment on the methodology of the index, but want to show how at least some economists look at QE.
It's our understanding that central bankers never want to appear out of ammunition. As such, QE gives them a tool that they believe does the equivalent of 'lowering' rates at any time should, in their assessment, that be warranted.

The Bad

While the Fed's measures may have prevented more firms, possibly even the financial system as a whole, from imploding in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, the economy has hardly fired from all cylinders ever since. Historically, a sharp contraction is usually followed by a steep recovery; this time, however, the recovery has been rather lackluster.  Amongst the reasons for the lackluster recovery may be:
  • Rates aren't so low. While nominal rates are low, inflation is also low. More so, as the chart above suggests, there might have been substantial tightening since the 'end of QE' was announced. In Europe, ECB chief Draghi suggests real interest rates (nominal rates net of inflation) are higher now than twenty years ago. It's beyond the scope of the analysis here to comment on this argument.
  • Constrained banks.  Policy makers wanted banks to take less risk. That may be a good policy goal, but it comes at a price: in a credit-driven society, when those providing credit are constrained, one ought to expect lower growth. We agree with this argument in principle, but would like to point out that it's been lack of demand for credit, not the lack of supply that's been key to holding back economic growth. One can lead a horse to water, but you can't make it drink; similarly, central banks can make credit cheap, but can't force consumers and businesses to borrow.
  • Headwinds imposed by taxes and regulation. There is an argument to be made, and I sympathize with it, that we've had a tremendous increase in regulations, making it less attractive to invest. The counter-argument to this is that there's a political camp that has "always" complained about too much regulation and that there's nothing new here. I beg to differ and concur with the camp that suggests this may well be the biggest impediment to growth, but note that it is most unfortunate that this debate turns political.
  • Lackluster global growth / the strong dollar. I group those two into one not because they are identical, but because they both reflect what may be a global attitude that it's others that should fix their problems to help us. I beg to differ: while there may be headwinds caused by global factors, we can foremost control domestic ones. Our policy makers may be well served to focus on what they can control rather than blame others. Having said that, I allege that it is a defining symptom of the environment we are in that policy makers increasingly seek to blame others (this is a non-partisan jab at policy makers globally, not merely U.S. elections).
  • Demographics. As society ages, there may be less economic growth because labor force growth slows or even declines. I agree that demographics may be under-estimated, but the U.S. fares far better than many other advanced economies, yet the U.S. is plagued by a declining labor force participation rate as well. That said, U.S. elderly Americans are working (they don't have enough savings to retire); it's folks in their prime years that are dropping out of the work force that, in my assessment, is a bigger problem. Part of the challenge is an increasing number of Americans on disability. Just recently, I spoke with someone who lamented that he is sitting at home bored, but couldn't go back to work, as he would lose his disability benefits. The increase in disability benefits has held growth back.
  • Technology. A tune that I increasingly hear is that “everything worth inventing has been invented." Similarly pessimistic reasons make it to the headlines every couple of decades. I don't buy it. Quantum computing could provide an exponential boost to our computing power. Technology could solve challenge posed by climate change. Without a doubt in my mind, there can be lots of improvements in healthcare.  
  • Globalization. In my view, globalization doesn't hold growth back, but it provides a more level playing field. However, that's bad news for those who had in the past demanded top dollars for their services, when there are a billion others offering to provide the same service at a lower price. Technology, in some ways, provides the same challenge, as ever more complex tasks can be outsourced to machines. Those are challenges, and in my view, policy makers on both the left and the right of the political spectrum have done a poor job helping society keep pace and adjust.
  • Lack of vision. At the peak of the Eurozone debt crisis, Eurogroup head Dijsselbloem pointed out that one cannot expect investors to buy bonds of peripheral Eurozone countries if policy makers don't provide a vision of where they should be in ten years. I believe such criticism is well warranted not just for the Eurozone, but for much of the developed world, both with regard to fiscal and monetary policy. In our assessment, the lack of clarity on future policy is a headwind to growth.
  • Low productivity. In a speech in 2005, Janet Yellen, then President of the St. Francisco Fed, argued low productivity warrants higher rates. Now as Fed Chair, we believe she argues the opposite. The apparent contradiction may be found in the fact the low productivity is the result of other policies, not a variable that can be manipulated, even if some economists may be tempted to do so. At a debate amongst the living (current and former) Fed Chairs at the International House on April 7, former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan argued an economy that's close to full employment must be boosted by facilitating greater productivity, which, according to him, is facilitated by making it more attractive for businesses to invest. This is in contrast to former Fed Chair Bernanke, who joins what we see as a growing chorus of people that seemingly argue for greater fiscal spending. Greenspan disagrees, arguing greater fiscal spending may only lead to a temporary boost in growth, but will lead to both higher deficits and wage pressures (given that we are near full employment).
  • Low rates. In contrast to the first bullet point, low rates themselves may be part of the problem. In my assessment, monetary policy has facilitated unproductive businesses to stick around when many of them should have failed. Had they been allowed to fail, the downturn would have been more severe, but it would have allowed a market based re-allocation of resources to more productive businesses. Differently said, in my humble opinion, central banks are guilty of disrupting the creative destruction mechanism capitalism relies on; we are paying the price for this, amongst others, through lower productivity and lower growth. More broadly speaking, we allege that capital misallocation is fostered by rates that may be too low, also leading to subpar growth.
Why did I just list a laundry list of possible impediments to growth? With the exception of the first and the last, they have little, if anything to do with monetary policy. Yet, we believe today's breed of central bankers often feels responsible to do whatever they can to help out the economy, even if monetary policy cannot fix the problems at hand. QE might just be too tempting a tool; one, however, that cannot necessarily provide the cure that's needed.

The Ugly

The ugly part comes in when thinking about how to exit QE, if at all. The Fed ought to be focused on inflation & maximum sustainable growth, yet, the Fed to us appears to be increasingly focused on financial markets. Why should the Fed care about how the markets react? A former Fed official told me that the Fed may only need to be concerned about market reaction if it had created an asset bubble. He left it at that without saying that the Fed indeed created an asset bubble.
I would like to take it a step further, though. What happens to all the bonds that central banks have purchased? We hear an increasing number of both economists and pundits suggest that this is good news because it effectively reduces government debt, now that the debt has moved from private holders to the central bank. Indeed, we have seen reports that Japan may soon have one of the lowest government debt levels as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) given that the Bank of Japan (BoJ) owns an ever-increasing share of Japanese Government Bonds (JGBs). If true, this would be the best free lunch ever served in financial history. Sadly, I very much doubt that this free lunch is digestible. Let me give you two arguments:
First, for purposes of analyzing the impact on an economy, we believe the balance sheet of central banks should be consolidated with that of their government. When the Fed, BoJ or other central banks buys bonds, all they really do is replace long-term obligations (buying bonds) with short-term obligations (cash); that is, they reduce the duration of outstanding government debt. So while the Treasury Department in recent years has diligently tried to take advantage of low rates by extending the average duration of U.S. debt, the Fed has (more than) neutralized their efforts by gobbling up bonds. Think about having a homeowner switch their long-term fixed-rate mortgage to an adjustable rate mortgage. This may work well as long as rates are low, but can cause havoc should rates rise. Importantly, since the central bank sets the rates, it provides an incentive to keep rates lower for longer, potentially causing unintended consequences.
Second, and we have eluded to it, when a central bank buys bonds, it not only increases the assets on its balance sheet, but double entry accounting requires that something also increases on the liability side of the central bank's balance sheet. What increases are reserves, notably excess reserves held by banks. That is, banks are sitting on a pile of cash that can be used to support bank lending (as a result of fractional reserve money creation). If there were sufficient demand in the economy, this may provide substantial inflationary fuel. This is one of the reasons we are in 'unchartered' territory. The Fed suggests it can conduct monetary policy through what it calls reverse repurchase agreements, notably by engaging in short-term market operations to reduce liquidity. Our concern is not with the mechanism itself, but foremost the potential political fallout, as they amount to the Fed paying potentially tens, if not hundreds of billions to financial institutions to incentivize them not to use their reserves to provide loans: an increase in interest rates by the Fed directly translates to the Fed paying, well, interest on its liabilities.
The more sustainable approach, in our assessment, would be to unwind QE, i.e. to let the Fed's bond portfolio roll off or possibly sell its bond portfolio. The Fed could also extricate itself by swapping its bond portfolio with the Treasury department for cash or short-term Treasuries, to allow it to return to more traditional monetary policy faster. Selling bonds on a large-scale may well put downward pressure on bond prices, increasing bond yields, i.e. the cost of borrowing for the government, corporations and consumers alike.  And that, in turn, might make government debt levels appear less sustainable, as it would signal a sharp reversal from the seemingly ever lower borrowing costs despite higher absolute levels of government debt.

How it will all end?

Higher borrowing costs are a problem if you have too much debt relative to your income. Governments have a couple of choices, including:
  • Cutting expenditures
  • Raising revenue
  • Economic growth that lowers the debt as a percentage of GDP
Cutting expenditures may include things like:
  • Reducing entitlement benefits
  • Reducing military spending
  • Restructuring (defaulting on) debt
We believe different countries will address these challenges differently; some in potentially increasingly creative or convoluted ways to provide the appearance of legitimacy. In practice, the tough decisions may well need to be imposed by the market, whereas policy makers may increasingly focus on hoping that fiscal spending will get us out of the lackluster growth.Unfortunately I can't help but think of how the Great Depression ended: it was a boost of fiscal spending, all right: the financing of a war. I'm not suggesting any one country will necessarily start a war, but do note that increasing military expenditures in the name of national defense may be more easily passed through the legislature in countries without strong majorities than infrastructure spending. Add to that a rise in populist politicians throughout the world, and we have a mix that suggests to me history may well repeat to those unwilling to learn from it.
I leave it up to the reader to decide whether the Fed and other central banks are part of the problem or the solution. However, I would like to caution that investors may not want to rely on the Fed or the government to take care of their financial well being; they have their own problems cut out for them, as a government in debt may well have their own priorities that run counter to investor interests.
Credit to Zero Hedge


Holland BACKS Brexit: Dutch people urge Britons to QUIT doomed bloc and lead EU revolution

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A staggering 80 per cent of people surveyed by a national newspaper in the Netherlands believe the UK should take back control from Brussels on June 23.
The sensational poll, carried out by De Telegraaf, lays bare their anger towards the EU amid the refugee crisis and concerns over the Eurozone.
Many hope Brexit will deal a crushing blow to the doomed European project, which the front page of the paper brands a "monster".
Top Dutch MP Harry van Bommel, from Holland's Socialist Party told Express.co.uk: "The European Commission is a bureaucracy not a democracy.
"People distrust Europe and some people even hate it. Maybe the figure is so high because the EU isn't popular any more. 
"It is failing to solve problems like the refugee crisis or the economy. It also very demanding when it comes to how the budget should be spent."
Just 16 per cent of the 10,118 people polled were in favour of Britain staying in the bloc, with four per cent undecided.
One furious Telegraaf reader told the paper the EU is "only for the rich" and has widened the gap between rich and poor.
Credit to Express.co.uk

ISIS now at war with America...

Health Ranger issues 9-point survival alert for all awakened Americans: ISIS now at war with America... P.C. culture of denial resulting in mass bloodshed

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Natural News does not cover politics as a news focus, yet in the wake of the massacre of 50 innocent Americans in Orlando, I feel a strong humanitarian responsibility to warn all Natural News readers about the danger we all now face due to our federal government's runaway incompetence and abandonment of fundamental national security priorities.

Incompetence doesn't even begin to describe it, actually. What is being exhibit today by Obama and the rest of the regime in power is pure psychosis -- a delusional denial of reality that's going to get a whole lot more Americans killed if something doesn't change.

Because of the gross negligence that now dominates the insanely delusional ruling class in Washington, I feel it is crucial that I warn you about what's coming and how you can protect yourself from the WAR that is being waged against America by ISIS. I will return to food science articles in the next day or two, but right now I feel it is my duty to share the following with all Natural News readers out of a sense of public safety and personal survival:

Point #1) ISIS is now at war with America... any "leader" who cannot acknowledge this simple truth must immediately resign or be thrown out of office

The deaths of these 50+ innocent Americans must be credited to the utter incompetence of the Obama administration and the President's bizarre unwillingness to utter the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism." Because he refuses to admit that a radical branch of Islam even exists, he has shut down every effort by other people within the federal government to try to stop such acts of terrorism.

The FBI is currently investigating over 900 ISIS terror threat leads in the United States, covering all 50 states. Yet the Obama administration has systematically shut down federal prosecutions of such groups and silenced whistleblowers who tried to warn that all this was coming.

It's almost as if the Obama administration is actively working for ISIS...

Point #2) Government leaders are utterly incompetent to stop ISIS... and many appear to be actively working on their behalf

On the surface of all this, you might conclude that the leaders of the U.S. federal government (and DHS in particular) are utterly incompetent. Yet if you look more deeply into what's really happening, it's far worse: These people are actively working to promote an ISIS invasion of America.

What we are all witnessing right now is the invasion stage of a massive war being waged against America. The government's open borders policies have allowed ISIS to occupy America with "boots on the ground." Now there are hundreds of active terror cells across America... guess who helped put them there? Your President did. The same President who promised to "fundamentally transform" America.

This is the same President who also handed nuclear weapons capability to Iran in a thinly veiled effort to start a nuclear war in the Middle East, beginning with nuclear attacks on Israel. See this Natural News story for more details.

Point #3) Local police cannot protect you against radical Islamic terrorism, even if they want to

Local cops are over-worked, under-paid and vastly under-appreciated. They try to protect lives while operating in a highly hostile environment of never-ending media accusations and criticism.

Cops are also short-staffed, meaning in any given city, there are barely enough cops on the street to prevent mass chaos and looting on any given day. It only takes one lone wolf terror attack to occupy nearly the entire police power of a major city. Such an act leaves the rest of the city wide open and vulnerable to additional attacks by other terror cells, meaning the police cannot protect you even if they want to.

The solution, of course, is to carry your own concealed firearm if it is legal to do so where you live. If it's not legal to do so in your city or town, move somewhere else where self-defense is legal!

Point #4) The mass influx of illegal immigrants through a wide open border only encourages yet more terror cells to set up bases all across America

At the same time America is being invaded and occupied by an enemy network of terror cells, the utterly incompetent, America-hating nut jobs in Washington insist on keeping the nation's southern border wide open.

This is being done for no other reason than to serve as a Democrat voter recruitment tool, hoping millions of impoverished, desperate illegals will pour into the nation so that Obama can declare them all eligible voters before election day and usher the new criminal-in-chief into office.

The very idea of "no borders" is ludicrous. The White House has borders. The Vatican has borders. Even the democratic national convention has borders. Every secure nation in the world has borders, and those nations which fail to enforce their borders suffer runaway problems with drug smuggling, human trafficking, illegal weapons trafficking and an influx of illegal aliens.

But thanks to this policy, ISIS terrorists can now walk right into America and set up shop in every major U.S. city. In fact, they have already done so. Mission accomplished, Obama!

Point #5) At a time when Americans need self-defense the most, the entire political and media establishment is ludicrously trying to argue that all the tools of self-defense should be taken away from law-abiding citizens

The government won't protect you and the local cops can't protect you. So what does Obama and the freedom-hating media want to do about it? They want to take away your right to self-defense.

The gun control agenda is in full force today, all based on the absurd premise that if only innocent, law abiding Americans were all disarmed, somehow terrorists would stop killing their intended targets.

Yeah, it's brain dead stupid. But that's par for the course when it comes to an incompetent, criminal government that hates America (and hates your individual liberties even more).

My advice? If it's legal in your area, arm yourself NOW. A single, well-placed bullet could have halted the entire massacre in Orlando. Unfortunately, nobody was carrying a weapon that could have saved dozens of lives...

Point #6) America's mentally ill culture of unbridled political correctness encourages ISIS terrorism by silencing rational criticism of radical Islam

If you dare criticize Islam these days, you're immediately labeled an intolerant bigot. Apparently, we must all embrace radical Islamic terrorists under a new P.C. regime of "inclusiveness" which also has deep-voiced men wearing wigs and marching into women's restrooms because they "self identify as a woman."

It's all delusional P.C. blabbergook, and like most thinking Americans, I've had enough of the P.C. leftist lunacy in this country that seeks to shut down free speech by calling rational concerns about radical Islam "bigotry" or "intolerance."

The fact is, the same P.C. police on the delusional left who claim to despise violence against gays has pushed a dangerous denial about radical Islam that has now led to the mass murder of gay people. In this particular massacre, the link is a direct one: As Infowars reports in this article, a co-worker of Omar Mateen tried to report his erratic behavior to his employer, but the report was silenced because Mateen was Muslim. Political correctness, in other words, allowed Mateen's mental illness to flourish!

In protecting violent Muslims by silencing criticism under the guise of political correctness, the political left just sold out gays to Islamic terrorism. And even now, we're all being ordered to chant "peace" and "love" and embrace Islam as a "religion of peace" while our gay brothers and sisters are being gunned down in cold blood by an anti-American hater. This is tolerance?

No... it's LUNACY. And I for one won't stay silent as my fellow Americans -- gay or otherwise -- are being murdered in cold blood.

For our mutual survival, I submit that we must REJECT the P.C. lunacy that silences legitimate concerns about Islamic terrorism. It's time we had the backbone to stand up and tell the truth... or we will be slaughtered while people like Obama roll out the red carpet to yet more ISIS terrorists who commit mass murder across America's cities.

Point #7) All places where crowds gather are now targets for radical Islamic extremists

As a practical matter, realize that ISIS terrorists will tend to target large, high-density crowds for their operations (in order to maximize their body count). Obviously, this means that if you want to avoid being killed by ISIS terrorists, you may wish to avoid placing yourself in or near crowded spaces... especially those that are indoors.

Night clubs are one obvious target, and if you look at the Paris attacks from a few months back, they also targeted night clubs. Terrorists like to operate at night because it's easier for them to hide their weapons and explosives. Dark, indoor environments with large crowds and lots of noise are perfect targets for maximum carnage in the minds of sick, evil-minded terrorists.

Notably, this could also include orchestral or theatrical performances in a large auditorium. A huge hall full of 1000+ seated people with a very small number of available exits is a dream come true for a radical Islamic terrorist. All they need is a seat in the balcony and the willingness to kill large numbers of disarmed, helpless people who mistakenly think they are sitting in a "gun free zone." (Hint: There's no such thing. There are only "Victim Disarmament Zones" where the bad guys have all the firepower...)

Theaters, auditoriums, night clubs and even small indoor stadiums are all targets for ISIS. Personally, I strongly suspect some ISIS terror cell might target a televised UFC fight in order to achieve the high publicity factor that comes from the live streaming of their mass murder. (Their goal is terror, after all. The more eyeballs, the more successful they consider the operation...)

If you want to survive this war with radical Islam, don't put yourself in the middle of large crowds. And if you do, make sure you're armed and capable of shooting back if some determined terrorist opens fire on your group. (Your chance of being the FIRST person shot is extremely low... this means you have a very high chance of hearing someone else get shot, giving you time to draw your weapon and prepare to return fire. Remember, just a single well-placed shot could have ended the Orlando massacre...)

Point #8) America will not get serious about national security unless something big changes in Washington

If you want to see things in America continue on the current path, keep voting for the same kind of establishment people who brought us to this point of lunacy in the first place.

But if you want to see a radically different future for this nation -- perhaps one where P.C. idiocy is abandoned and we finally get serious about radical Islam -- then vote for anti-establishment candidates.

If the voters keep putting the very same people into office who right now deny the existence of radical Islam, this whole situation is going to get far, far worse. Remember: There are consequences for denial.

Point #9) Being "tolerant" should not involve being insanely STUPID

The political left's demands for "tolerance" have reached the point of insane stupidity. Being "tolerant" should not require us all to be so incredibly stupid that we don't point out the very real pattern of terrorism taking place right in front of us.

Now, the left's "tolerance" is a cover for terrorists who target gays. So "tolerance" promotes violence against gays at a far worse level than all the so-called "gay bashers" in the history of gay bashing.

This is the price we all pay for P.C. lunacy and the power we reluctantly grant the tolerati -- the sniveling nitwit generation snowflake f--ktards who demand we limit our thoughts and speech to those few topics they consider to be acceptable. Meanwhile, our gay brothers are being gunned down and the entire leftist media still cannot find the honesty to utter the word "Islam".

It's a mental disorder, I tell you. There is mass mental illness in the P.C. culture, and it's now costing us dearly in suffering and blood. The deaths of these innocents in Orlando is a direct result of P.C. lunacy and mentally ill denials of reality.

It's time to speak out, tell the truth, acknowledge reality and get serious about protecting America again.

Credit to naturalnews.com