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Monday, October 3, 2016


‘Get Out!’ Merkel booed at protest while attending German Unity Day ceremony

Top 5 Prophetic Stories of Jewish Year 5776 fulfill

“Son of man behold they of the house of Yisrael say: The vision that he seeth is for many days to come and he prophesieth of times that are far off.” Ezekiel 12:27 (The Israel Bible™)

The Jewish year of 5776, which began last September 13 and ends on October 2, was full of incredible evidence that Biblical prophecy is coming to life in the Land of Israel and around the world. Breaking Israel News remembers some of the hottest prophecy stories of this past year.

1. Fulfillment of the Dead Sea Prophecy Has BegunThe Dead Sea (Photo: Shutterstock.com)

In one of the most exciting stories of the year, Breaking Israel News reported in July on a phenomenon occurring along the shores of the Dead Sea which was the exact fulfillment of a prophecy in the Book of Ezekiel. Fresh-water pools filled with live fish had begun appearing on the shores of the hypersaline sea in which life cannot survive, echoing a prophecy which states that in the times of the Messiah, the bitter waters of the dead sea will be healed and fill with “a very great multitude of fish.” The story exploded, becoming Breaking Israel News’ biggest article of all time.

2. Israeli Teen Returns from 15 Minutes of Clinical Death with Spiritual Messages Concerning the Coming Redemption15-year-old Israeli youth Natan recounting his near death experience with Rabbi Rami Levy (right) in this video screenshot.

In November, Breaking Israel News covered this shocking story of a 15-year-old secular Israeli boy who, after having a near-death experience on the holiday of Sukkot, returned to life describing visions of Biblical prophecies about the End of Days. Natan, who had never studied Judaism or the Bible, was nevertheless able to accurately describe the Mount of Olives splitting in two as is prophesied in Zechariah. He also spoke of the qualities and characteristics of the Messiah, saying that “lots and lots of people know him” and “everyone will be very, very surprised” at his identity. While many expressed skepticism at Natan’s story, body language expert Susan Constantine examined the video and gave Breaking Israel News an exclusive statement affirming that the teen was not attempting a hoax, but “truthfully believes he experienced a visitation in heaven.”

3. New Information Revealed on Exact Date of Disaster Comet NibiruPhoto: Shutterstock

Nibiru, also known as Planet X, became an object of intense excitement and curiosity among the Bible-minded after a number of respected rabbis began predicting that the unknown planetary body would have a devastating effect on Earth, fulfilling Zechariah’s prophecy that two-thirds of the world’s population will die at the End Times. Breaking Israel News began reporting on the story in January. In March, two experts voiced opinions on the exact date of Nibiru’s arrival, with Bible Codes rabbi Matityahu Glazerson predicting it would come on March 26, and Rabbi Daniel Asore asserting that the date could not be known.

4. Island Appearing in Sea of Galilee Could Presage Messiah Son of DavidDry land has appeared in the Sea of Galilee, September 2016. (Aerial photo courtesy of Rahaf)

Early in September of 2016, a geological anomaly at the Sea of Galilee presented unmistakable parallels to a Talmudic prophecy regarding the coming of the Messiah from the House of David. Regular news outlets reported that radical drying up of the northern lake, known as the Kinneret in Hebrew, had led to the appearance of an island in the midst of the waters. Breaking Israel News quickly made the connection to a prediction from Jewish Biblical commentary that the drying up of the Kinneret is one of the signs presaging the coming of the Davidic Messiah.

5. Sanhedrin Appoints High Priest in Preparation for Third TempleRabbi Baruch Kahane, shown here offering the Omer (barley) sacrifice to God in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem, has been appointed as High Priest by the nascent Sanhedrin. (Photo: Abba Richman)

The nascent Sanhedrin took a serious and significant step towards reinstating the Temple service in August when it nominated Rabbi Baruch Kahane as the Kohen Gadol, or High Priest who presides over all the ritual offerings at the Temple service. The service, lost 2,000 years ago when the Second Temple was destroyed, is gradually being brought back by the Sanhedrin and a group of Kohanim, men descended from the priestly line, in order to physically and spiritually prepare for the coming of the Third Temple. The appointment of a High Priest, explained Sanhedrin spokesman Rabbi Hillel Weiss, is a necessary step to ensure that the Jewish people are ready when the moment comes.\

Credit to breakingisraelnews.com


German Politicians Accuse US Of "Economic War" Against Deutsche Bank

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When we first heard the news that the US DOJ had slapped Deutsche Bank with a $14 billion settlement on September 15, a number that looked oddly similar to the $14 billion fine the EU slapped on Apple, we determined that this was likely nothing more than "blowback" on behalf of the US, saying "just a few weeks after the EU slapped Apple with a $14 billion bill for "back taxes," the U.S. has apparently responded with a $14 billion fine of their own to Deutsche Bank to settle an outstanding probe into the company's trading of mortgage-backed securities during the financial crisis."

Today, after three weeks of unprecedented volatility in the stock price of the German lender which sent its shares to all time lows as recently as Friday, Germany has latched on to this line of attack as German politicians accused the US of waging economic war against ­Germany as, in the words of the FT, "concern continues to rise among its political and corporate elite over the future of Deutsche Bank."

The German parliament’s economics committee chairman Peter Ramsauer, in an interview with Welt am Sonntag, said the move against Deutsche "has the characteristics of an economic war", adding that the US had a "long tradition" of using every available opportunity to wage what amounted to trade war "if it benefits their own economy", and the "extortionate damages claims" being made in the case of Deutsche Bank were an example of that. According to the German politician, the threat to force Deutsche Bank to pay a $14 billion fine over its mortgage-backed securities business before the 2008 global crisis “has the characteristics of an economic war.”“Extortionate damages claims” in the case are an example of that, said Ramsauer.

Another German politician, Merkel ally and MEP Markus Ferber suggested, as we did, that the Deutsche Bank investigation is a “tit for tat response” from the US Department of Justice after Brussels imposed a record €13 billion penalty against Apple’s tax misdoings in Europe. It's not just Apple however: earlier this year, Germany’s Volkswagen agreed to pay $16.5 billion in the US for cheating on American diesel vehicle air pollution tests between 2008 and 2015. The fines still risk growing by billions and VW needs to recall 85,000 vehicles.

As we reported last night, while the business community in Germany has taken a stand to support Deutsche Bank, Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel hit back at chief executive John Cryan over his comments. Cryan told employees his bank was suffering from market speculation, after Deutsche stock plunged to an all-time low last week. "I did not know if I should laugh or cry that the bank that made speculation a business model is now saying it is a victim of speculators," Gabriel said on Sunday.

Late Friday, media reported that Deutsche and the US regulators were close to a settlement of $5.4 billion, which pushed the stock six percent higher. The report has been largely denied, not only following reports that Cryan is only now set to fly to the US to negotiate the deal in Washington, but because Deutsche Bank has an obligation to confirm the rumor if it were true. Meanwhile, Moody's said it would be good news for bondholders if the settlement was $3.1 billion. Fines as high as $5.7 billion would erase 2016 profitability, but not fatally damage the German bank.

German parliamentary budget spokesman for the ruling conservatives Eckhardt Rehberg has ruled out state aid for Deutsche, saying its risky business abroad has resulted in billions of euro in penalties. "At the present time I would rule out any capital help. That would not be the right way to go,” said the politician.

Perhaps the best news for Deutsche Bank after a weekend in which many were expecting some formal confirmation of a reduced settlement is that the country's markets are closed due to the German Unity Day holiday, giving the German lender another 24 hours in which to come up with some positive headline news. As the FT wrote, hedge funds have bet heavily against Deutsche by short selling its shares.

Investors are worried that if the bank does not manage to agree a settlement with the DoJ over the weekend, its shares could be hit when they resume trading on Monday in New York and on Tuesday in Frankfurt. One hedge fund manager said it risked being “a black Monday for Deutsche”.

Perhaps he was unaware that Deutsche would not trade on Monday, meanwhile DB's ADRs are modestly lower in the US premarket, down less than 1% at last check, although this level may not hold if any additional news of liquidity outflows were to emerge in the next few hours.

Credit to Zero Hedge

The Perfect Storm Is Approaching And When It Hits It Will Be Devastating

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Brussels HUMILIATED as 92 PER CENT of Hungarians reject migrant quotas

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The final result from the country's historic referendum shows that more than nine in 10 voters rebelled against Jean-Claude Juncker's EU Commission in a crushing blow to the whole euro project.

In total 92.3 per cent of people voted 'no' to migrant quotas, compared to just 1.4 per cent who said yes. A further six per cent of the ballots were spoiled in protest.

Jubilant politicians from the ruling Fidesz party claimed victory in the historic vote shortly after polling stations closed and said it was a sign of people turning their backs on bullying Brussels.

Government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs roared: “The majority of the rejection to Brussels politics is overwhelming.”

He added: “As this referendum was initiated by the government, we have no other choice but to consider the citizens’ decision binding to the government.

"But it is also binding to Brussels, because they cannot go against a referendum.“

Credit to express.co.uk


War criminals accuse Russia of war crimes

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US State Department spokesman John Kirby spoke about a possibility of terrorist attacks in Russian cities and losses for the Russian Air Force in Syria.

On September 28, the representative of US Department of State stated during a daily press briefing that the US was studying a possibility to suspend contacts with Russia on Syria if Russia did not stop its operations in Aleppo. When journalists asked about possible consequences should Russia continue its military actions in Syria, Kirby stated that the civil war in Syria would continue.

"Extremist groups will continue to exploit the vacuums that are there in Syria to expand their operations, which could include attacks against Russian interests, perhaps even Russian cities. Russia will continue to send troops home in body bags, and will continue to lose resources, perhaps even aircraft," John Kirby told reporters on Wednesday.

The State Department still refuses to recognize any responsibility for the failure of the truce in Syria, while Moscow says that Washington is incapable of meeting one of the key requirements to distinguish between Syrian armed opposition groups and extremist groups. On the contrary, representatives for the US administration insist that they expect some steps from Moscow to restore the truce.

Noteworthy, after Russia started its anti-terrorist operation in Syria, Pentagon chief Ashton Carter also predicted combat losses for Russia. US President Barack Obama also said that Russia could get caught up in the Syrian "quagmire" and drew parallels with the Soviet experience in Afghanistan.

The Russian Foreign Ministry commented on the statement from the official representative of the US State Department John Kirby about possible militant attacks on Russian cities.

Official spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said: "Don't you think that such ventriloquism about "body bags," "terrorist acts in Russian cities" and "losses of aircraft," sound like the "attack!" command, rather than diplomatic comments?"

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US actions and rhetoric about the conflict in Syria de facto support terrorists, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Rybakov said. - See more at: http://www.pravdareport.com/hotspots/conflicts/29-09-2016/135734-russia_usa_syria-0/#sthash.SK2IcAxW.dpuf

Deutsche Bank Clients Unable To Access Cash

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While it now seems that Friday's rumor of a substantially reduced Deutsche Bank settlement with the DOJ, which sent the stock price soaring from all time lows, was false following a FAZ report that CEO John Cryan has not yet begun the renegotiation process, and in the "next few days" is set to fly to the US to discuss the proposed RMBS misselling settlement with the US Attorney General, Germany's largest lender continues to be impacted by the public's declining confidence, exacerbated over the weekend by a disturbing "IT glitch." 
For one, it remains unclear if Friday's report halted, or reversed, the outflow of cash from DB's prime brokerage clients, which as Bloomberg first reported last week was a major catalyst for the swoon in the stock price. However, as UniCredit's chief economist Erik Nielsen notes in a Sunday notes, one thing is certain: "so long as a fine of this order of magnitude ($14 billion) is an even remote possibility, markets worry."
There is also the threat of the bank's massive derivative book, which despite attempts of many pundits to gloss over, over the weekend none other than JPM admitted that that is what the markets will likely be focusing on for the foreseeable future: "In our opinion it is not so much funding issues but rather derivatives exposures that more likely to trouble markets going forward if Deutsche Bank concerns continue.  This is especially true if these concerns propagate into a confidence crisis inducing more rapid unwinding of derivative contracts."
Indeed, as we first hinted last Thursday... 
..  and as CNBC's Jeff Cox correctly observed subsequently, at the core of this week's investor angst is a word that came up during Bear's demise: "novation," or a request by hedge funds that deal with the bank to have others take their place in derivatives trades. In the case of Bear Stearns, word in March 2008 that Goldman Sachs had refused a novation request spread panic through Wall Street.
A few days later, the erstwhile Wall Street institution was no more. Though Bear was loaded with toxic assets, it was essentially a rapid crisis of confidence that had done in the firm.

That's why Thursday's news that a couple of hedge funds doing business with Deutsche were trimming their sales caused such a ruckus in the market. A Bloomberg report indicated that three hedge funds that do business with Deutsche were reducing their positions, causing afternoon market hyperventilation that the funds were losing confidence in the bank.
But while DB's market woes have been duly discussed, at home, the bank is fighting a "rearguard action" as Reuters writes, seeking to shore up confidence among the public, politicians and regulators who say the bank brought many of its problems upon itself by overreaching itself and then reacting too slowly to the 2008 financial crisis. 
Making matters even worse, as Reuters and Handelsblatt reported, the bank suffered a further blow to its image this weekend with a third IT outage in the space of a few months on Saturday "that prevented some customers getting access to their money for a short time."
Handelsblatt adds that "among rumors about state aid, the dramatic fall in its stock price, and an attack by hedge funds on the most important domestic bank, now come reports of a new IT glitch. "Customers can not access their cash because it is blocked", a customer complained on Saturday morning to Handelsblatt, adding that "I am stunned: I can't make weekend purchases since I can neither get cash nor pay by card."
Credit to Zero Hedge