President Trump’s policies providing perfect scapegoat for Fed’s mistakes

Since the Federal Reserve was given control over the U.S. dollar in 1913, they have nearly destroyed it, resulting in a 97% loss of value. Yet, they are not held accountable for their crimes by any of our elected representatives or anyone in the news media. They’re like the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about.

We don’t need prophetic insights to know the Fed’s monetary policies have put us on an unsustainable path. Removing the dollar’s gold backing in 1971 allowed these criminals to create seemingly unlimited amounts of dollars out of thin air while creating unlimited wealth for themselves and enabling Congress to continue the charade by spending us into oblivion without any restraints and seemingly without any consequences, but there are consequences because no one can continue spending more than they earn year after year without eventually reaching the point of exhaustion. It’s just a matter of simple math. Yet, Congress has racked up $20 trillion in debt with no plans to slow down.

Everyone gets everything they want until they can’t. Everything is all good until it’s not. That’s they way the American people seem to want it.

Surely the Fed knew from the start their plans were unsustainable and would eventually require an escape route to clear themselves of all blame, especially when the insanity moved into warp speed with their bailout package in the 2008 financial crisis. It makes me wonder if what’s happening today was part of their escape plan all along.

Many conservatives and Christians have put their hope in President Trump, but in many ways, his plans are more of the same old same old with no significant spending cuts, even siding with the big spending Democrats by seeking to remove the debt ceiling altogether. Whether it’s intentional or not, he appears to be giving the Fed exactly what they want, a perfect scapegoat when our markets tank.

In the following post, Brandon Smith, founder of Alt-market.com explains how President Trump’s trade tariffs are providing the perfect smokescreen for a market crash. Brandon identifies some interesting similarities between the Fed’s policies today and in 1929. In both cases, they created dangerous financial bubbles through artificially low interest rates. In 1929, the bubble popped, just like it will eventually pop again, but the 1929 crash and following depression were blamed on the protectionist policies of President Herbert Hoover, which are eerily similar to President Trump’s trade tariffs.

First, I would like to say that the timing of Donald Trump’s announcement on expansive trade tariffs is unusual if not impeccable.

I say this only IF Trump’s plan was to benefit establishment globalists by giving them perfect cover for their continued demolition of the market bubbles that they have engineered since the crash of 2008.

If this was not his plan, then I am a bit bewildered by what he hopes to accomplish. It is certainly not the end of trade deficits and the return of American industry. But let’s explore the situation for a moment…

Trump is in my view a modern day Herbert Hoover. One of Hoover’s first actions as president in response to fiscal tensions of 1929 was to support increased tax cuts, primarily for corporations (this was then followed in 1932 by extensive tax increases in the midst of the depression, so let’s see what Trump does in the next couple of years). Then, he instituted tariffs through the Smoot-Hawley Act. His hyperfocus on massive infrastructure spending resulted in U.S. debt expansion and did nothing to dig the U.S. out of its unemployment abyss. In fact, infrastructure projects like the Hoover Dam, which were launched in 1931, were not paid off for over 50 years. Hoover oversaw the beginning of the Great Depression and ended up as a single-term Republican president who paved the way socially for Franklin D. Roosevelt, an essential communist and perhaps the worst president in American history.

This is not to say Hoover was responsible for the Great Depression. That distinction goes to the Federal Reserve, which had artificially lowered interest rates and then suddenly raised them going into the economic downturn causing an aggressive bubble implosion (just like the central bank is doing right now). But Hoover did actually aid the Fed in their undermining of economic stability by pursuing policies which were poorly timed.

I’m hitting readers with all of this because I am growing rather tired of the contingent of Trump apologists in the liberty movement scrambling to defend every single Trump action no matter how illogical. These people should know better. Sorry, but Trump is not “playing 4D chess” against the globalists. His primary initiatives have only served so far to create a useful distraction away from the globalists.

The disturbing key to all of this is the fact that many of Trump’s policies are things that I and many others have argued for in the past. The problem is, he is implementing them out of order and with bad timing, which will only make such policies appear destructive in the end, rather than constructive.

In terms of the implementation of tariffs, the people who are defending this action at this time do not seem to understand the basics of international trade. Tariffs can only be enacted from a position of economic strength and resource development. This strength comes from internal self-sufficiency in production; meaning, in order for the U.S. to force a trade balance (which is what tariffs are supposed to do) the U.S. must have a strong industrial base and MUST be capable of producing most if not all necessary goods and goods in broad demand.

The fact is, U.S. manufacturing has been utterly outsourced by the very corporations Trump just gave a 10% tax cut to, and rebuilding that industrial base would take decades. Why? Because there are no incentives for corporations to bring manufacturing back.

As I already stated, Trump is instituting potentially solid policies but he is doing so out of order. Tax cuts for corporations should have been enacted only as an incentive for manufacturing jobs to be returned to America. Instead, corporations got tax cuts for absolutely nothing. And will those tax cuts go towards more jobs or innovation? Nope. They will be going to pay off unprecedented corporate debts, and stock buybacks, most of which were accrued through borrowing from the Federal Reserve.

Will this stock buyback bonanza even generate new highs in the Dow? Probably not. But I’ll explain why that is later.

If Trump had given tax incentives for corporations to bring manufacturing back into the U.S., and then given those corporations a few years to make the shift, only then would tariffs have been an effective action. But as the situation stands now, we have minimal tangible production in this country, and, historic debts held by the same overseas competitors that Trump is now seeking to “teach a lesson.”

Debt is the next issue which needs to be addressed before tariffs can ever be implemented in a practical way. In terms of national debt, rather than setting up a plan to reduce U.S. debt expenditures, Trump is increasing debt by reducing taxes while at the same time increasing spending. Trump did not take a hard stand on the debt ceiling debate as he originally claimed he would, and so, the debt train continues unabated.

Who is going to purchase this debt, I wonder? Over the past several years the largest buyer of U.S. treasury debt was the Federal Reserve through fiat money creation. Now, the Fed has tapered quantitative easing and is dumping their balance sheet at a rate faster than anyone expected. The Fed is pulling the plug on its artificial support of the economy.

The next largest buyers are major foreign central banks in countries like China, Japan and to some extent the supranational EU. If the debt buyers of last resort are now the very same countries Trump is seeking to enact tariffs over, how do you think this little theater will end? Yes, with a dump of U.S. treasury bonds and perhaps the dollar as world reserve by those nations.

But what about the U.S. consumer? Isn’t the consumer market in America so enticing that nations like China would “never dare” dump U.S. debt or the dollar? No, not really. If we are talking about a trade “war,” then a country like China, which has a vast manufacturing base and which has also been building up its own domestic consumer market, would be willing to make the sacrifice. America would be hurt far more by the threat of debt default and the loss of the dollar’s international buying power than China ever would be by the loss of American consumers. With tariffs being implemented, they may lose the American consumer anyway.

Our retail market is hardly as appetizing as it was 10 years ago given the decade of drudgery Americans have endured, with the largest number ever of working age citizens no longer participating in the jobs market, as well as real worker wages in continued decline while the American consumer is now more indebted than at any other time in history.

All of these negative effects are weighing down our economy while the Federal Reserve is quickly deflating the fraudulent markets that the establishment used during the Obama administration to argue that America was “in recovery.” Of course, alternative economists have known since the beginning that this was a lie, and that the only thing propping up the economy and stock markets was central bank manipulation.

The Fed under Jerome Powell has made it crystal clear that they WILL be raising interest rates and cutting the Fed balance sheet, perhaps more than their dot plots had indicated in the past. Without low rates and a steadily rising balance sheet we have already seen the results. Stocks in particular have gone crazy compared to the past few years, dumping nearly 10% one week, spiking about half that the next week. One thing is certain, the supposedly endless bull market induced by the Fed years ago is now over. Stocks are in heart attack mode.

It is no coincidence that the first two times the Fed reduced its balance sheet the Dow plunged over 1,000 points. The latest dump of $23 billion at the end of February resulted in a drop of around 1,500 points. It is too early in this process to know what the trend will be, but it seems to me that stocks are being steam valved down every month. With a marked decline just after a balance sheet dump, followed by a less impressive dead cat bounce the week after.

In the meantime, Trump’s “trade war” is now being blamed in the mainstream for the decline in stocks that the Fed is actually responsible for. As I have always said, Trump is the ideal scapegoat for the inevitable economic crisis the central bankers have staged. Trump’s tariffs might exacerbate the problem, just as Hoover’s policies did in the beginning of the Great Depression, but the blame rests squarely on the Federal Reserve and central banks around the world. Will the average person understand this dynamic once the dust settles on our financial system? Probably not.

So, to summarize, while Trump has indeed set in motion policies that conservatives in general tend to approve of, he has done so in an impractical way that will ultimately be blamed for a market crash the Fed created. If conservative ideals such as limited government and sovereign trade protection get the blame for an unprecedented economic crisis then this could sabotage conservatism for generations to come. If elections are still even a factor as this crisis unfolds, the chances of the public accepting a socialistic nightmare regime after Trump exits the White House are high. And, the banking elites that conjured the whole mess will escape once again without any punishment.

The question we must ask is this – Is Trump aware that his policies are creating a perfect distraction for those same banking elites? I believe we will know for certain the answer to that before 2018 is over. (Source: Alt-market.com)

After nine years of artificially propping up our economy with injections of trillions of dollars created out of thin air, it looks like history is repeating. Even small steps to unwind the Fed’s balance sheet have already caused significant increases in price volatility in equity markets. With more unwinding ahead, the conclusion is inevitable. A market crash looms ahead of us. The only question remaining is whether or not the American people will see through the lies of the news media and our elected representatives to hold the real culprits responsible.

James Bailey

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James Bailey is an author, business owner, husband and father of two children. His vision is to broadcast the good news of Jesus Christ through blog sites and other media outlets.

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Kent
Kent
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March 13, 2018 11:04 PM

Thirty Five years ago I had an economics course in college and the instructor was a retired member of the Federal Reserve. As I recall, the deficit at that time due to the Reagan military buildup was approaching $1 trillion, which was a number at that time that I simply could not wrap my mind around and comprehend.

I asked my professor how would we ever pay it off. He replied “we won’t” he accurately predicted that the Fed and the US government would continue to print money out of thin air and spend it to the four winds until everything collapsed. As a naive college student I was rather stunned by this admission and I replied “well, what happens after the collapse”. He said one of two things would happen, either the American people will have had enough and kick the Federal Reserve out of business and hang all of the bankers and politicians responsible for the mess and go back to the ways were pre-1913.

Or the Federal Reserve convinces everyone that they will get it right the second time. Reset the US Dollar (or its successor) and start all over again doing exactly the same thing that got us into this mess in the first place. After 35 years I am still amazed at the accuracy of his predictions, which just goes to show that the Fed has been planning this ending for a very long time as my professor knew exactly what was going to happen.

Phillip Clarke
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March 13, 2018 10:48 PM

About a week ago, I awoke from a very disturbing dream. The young men were gone. They had been drafted. It had escalated to such an extent, that they were starting to call the 40 year olds, able-bodied women were rapidly being moved into the work force to fill positions vacated now by the enlisted. The draft was back in force. I woke up all upset because our son is a 40 year old vet and In my dream, he had received his re-enlistment notice. This dream seemed so real. I just woke up from a nap, turned on news channel 5, and saw where Tillerson, the Secretary of State is fired. I am not a Democrat. I am not political. I am a follower of Christ. I can’t help but feel God’s judgement is now upon us. I must tell you when I saw the President at the entrance to the plane, with a thumbs-up on the news. My spirit screamed within me, “it’s an all go, WE ARE GOING TO WAR!” I feel that the time is running out. GOD HELP US!

Stephen Gookin
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March 14, 2018 1:37 AM

In World War II, they were drafting men even to the age of 45. They may have started drafting the 18-21 year olds, but as the war went on, they kept raising the ages, till they got to 45. Although I am past that age now, I could totally see how many of us could be drafted if we got into a serious war. I don’t think many people understand how terrible war is. From what I have read, its not just the men killed or maimed in battle, but the Famines that affect far more. I hope that this could still be prevented, but if not then lessoned. My Father died just a few years ago. He was a pilot in the Korean War. Now we may see war ourselves.

Timothy
Timothy
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March 14, 2018 8:58 AM

James,
For quite a while I have been pondering your “Sudden Economic Collapse” dream and what might cause China to erupt in such anger (threatening to declare war). While reading an article on Silver Doctors yesterday, I read that Trump is asking for his staff to consider higher Tariffs than what is currently proposed (expanding Tariffs beyond Steel and Aluminium to finished good such as electronics, telecommunications, furniture and toys).

The article goes on to state: “Shortly after Trump authorized the tariffs, trade experts speculated that the steel and aluminum tariffs might not elicit a response from China – despite senior Chinese officials’ stern threats of retaliation – because China’s industrial sector doesn’t directly send that much steel to the US (instead, it funnels its wares into other countries, where they help drive global metals prices lower). However, we noted at the time that China could be considerably more enraged if the administration slaps tariffs on finished Chinese goods, like, for example, toys. And if the Politico report is accurate, it appears that Trump is poised to do just that: “Steel tariffs are one thing. Taking on the entire Chinese industrial policy apparatus that is designed to suck technology out of the world is another,” said one outside adviser to the administration who has been briefed on the planning and was not authorized to speak on the record.

The article concludes that “the rumor floating around Washington is that the White House $1 Trillion in Section 301 Tariffs”. That would certainly qualify as an event which would upset China.

Blessings to all

William
William
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March 14, 2018 9:23 AM

I think it should be the sudden devaluation of the US dollar.

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 13, 2018 3:32 PM

The genius of Donald J Trump.
Master 4D chess player with Wisdom from the almighty God.

The Federal Reserve is going bye bye. The cabal underestimates Trump and yet he keeps destroying their plans with brilliant chess moves. A controlled crash using gold, silver, tariffs, fake trade wars, and cryptos ……..leads to a new and fair system/currency. I keep prophesying …”the Fed Reserve is toast”.

Bye bye Tillerson
Bye bye Cohn
Phase 2 of #MAGA

Shalom

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 13, 2018 4:18 PM

The crash is necessary to transition from an evil corrupt system to a more honest system. I shared many prophecies over a year ago including a gold back currency and the Fed Reserve going away. So far many have come to pass from before and right after the election. This is crash is not the end of America but a revival for the end time harvest. I keep stressing these prophecies, because they are important for the viability of the end time harvest.

So Far all these have been fulfilled
1. Trump winning election including FL, OH, IA
2. Trump winning over 300 electoral votes
3. Trump playing 4D chess with the globalist ( Cohn, Powell, Tillerson gone.. McMaster soon)
4. The Recount won’t amount to nothing
5. Trump will be inaugurated
6. Trump will not be impeached.

Shalom

Richard
Richard
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March 13, 2018 10:44 PM

Thanks for your great encouragement brother!

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 16, 2018 10:03 PM

Addendum— March Madness
Andrew McCabe fired … probably going to be indicted.

Shalom

Taj
Taj
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March 17, 2018 8:16 AM

” and trump will be used to clean and purify this nation”. SSS.

Jesse Wanskasmith
Jesse Wanskasmith
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March 15, 2018 8:52 AM

Phanuel-
I have always assumed that the ‘crash’ that we have seen in dreams and talked about will immediately lead to the one world currency system of the anti-Christ.

Are you saying that Trump’s removal of the FED following the crash could be isolated from this one-world system proposed? In terms of timing – I believe the cabal believes they can remove Trump in 2020 and when that plan fails – all hell breaks loose with the Bond market. These things take time…

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 15, 2018 5:25 PM

Hi Jesse
I think we are mixing up timelines. The mark of the beast comes at the very end… the last 3.5 years of this age. I am referring to the time between now to that point in time. We are at the time of the beginning of the end time harvest and wealth transfer. We still have several years, because the third temple isn’t even built yet. The Cabal can’t remove Trump, only the Lord can.

Shalom

Jesse Wanskasmith
Jesse Wanskasmith
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March 17, 2018 9:55 PM

Yes- But we should see that once the Cabal figures that out, they will react with the popping of the bubble they created. Trump is on thin-ice trying to unwind this. M. Pinto also agrees the bubble must pop for a reform. It seems daunting how to be positioned for this (maybe 2019-2020) when we go deflation -> hyperinflation very fast.

Turning tables over dream seems to point to Trump taking a nationalistic stance when the Cabal says ‘nwo currency system’.

Take a look at this article: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-03-14/david-morgan-deep-state-could-pull-plug-markets-any-time

If you are losing the chess game, you just get up and turn the table over and the pieces go flying everywhere. That is a metaphor for a war. That’s a metaphor for crashing the stock market. That’s a metaphor for crashing the bond market, and it’s a metaphor for it happening on its own. I am concerned that if you win, you lose. This is why the unraveling is being done extremely carefully…

Mike M
Mike M
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March 17, 2018 9:44 AM

Word is that Trump’s handlers have been working in the background on a new gold-backed currency. They are definitely taking the fight to the cabal – something that I never thought that I’d see in my lifetime. It has been amazing to watch.

Martin
Martin
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March 16, 2018 4:40 AM

Lance Wallnau speaks of there being a need for sheep and goat nations.Matthew 25:32
All the NATIONS will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats.

mem
mem
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March 16, 2018 10:32 AM

The word is “ethnos” i believe and it does not indicate national bodies, but all humanity let alone that 100% of one nation will be goats or sheep
Sure some have tried to declare this nation or that nation being a goat or sheep nation, but there is zero biblical basis for this, only people, individual people are ever referred to as sheep or goats or wheat or tares

Antwon
Antwon
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March 13, 2018 4:08 PM

Sorry but America will never be great again…..

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 13, 2018 11:17 PM

Antwon
Yes it will… the American Church will be great again in the sight of our Lord. The American Church is America, we play a pivotal and major role in the end time harvest. America’s end time destiny is great. You will know this is to be true once Roe v Wade is overturned.

Shalom

Saeng fisher
Saeng fisher
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March 14, 2018 2:41 AM

phanuel I would like to believe you but as a cross cultural worker in east Asia for 25 plus years everything I have seen says otherwise. American missionaries working abroad have declined in my lifetime both in numbers and in length of service (most dont last beyond 5 years whereas they used to last 20+). The number of big American names exporting their “packages” ( books, sermons,radio broadcasts) has gone up but local Asian churches benefit very little from western cultural thought patterns overlayed onto bible passages. Many American missionaries that do come – especially short term teams which know little about cultures abroad- have an attitude that money will solve people’s problems. This creates Asian church leaders who are dependent on foreign funds.

Money is never the answer. Complete reliance on God is… through repentance and becoming a disciple who daily obeys the Word. If God humbles the American church perhaps what you are saying can happen. But the Father will have to wean the church first from pride, self reliance and playing the hero by bringing our dollars to the rest of the world. Only God can be the hero.

Ivette Ellis
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March 14, 2018 7:10 AM

I keep hearing your words from others who are also outside of the American church, a church that sadly resembles worldliness in thought, words, and behavior. The great American church will experience a divine shaking.

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 15, 2018 5:39 PM

Hi Saeng
I agree with all you have written, but just like in Elijah’s time there were 7000 preserved….,.., America too has many preserved ones about to burst forth. Elijah thought he was the only one and Israel was done…He was wrong….

“Lord, they have killed your prophets and torn down your altars; I am the only one left, and they are trying to kill me”? And what was God’s answer to him? I have reserved for myself seven thousand who have not bowed the knee to Baal.” Romans 11:3-4.

Shalom

Brandon J
Brandon J
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March 14, 2018 5:25 AM

Saeng, now That’s wisdom….

Mike M
Mike M
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March 14, 2018 11:26 AM

Indeed there is a humbling coming.

Richard
Richard
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March 15, 2018 9:10 PM

Indeed there is. The day the world and the Fed will no longer buy our debt to fund our ridiculous programs will change everything. Imagine the government and all the social programs being stripped down to only what we can afford to spend without borrowing. It will be beyond shocking and humbling.
Think of it, today I’m taxed so the government can give money to people, so the people then trust in the God of government. If that system disappeared this country would come back to God very quickly, as it would be people helping people. And the gospel would touch millions of lives.

Savage
Member
March 16, 2018 10:51 PM

It seems more likely to me that when the govt money evaporates, the entitlement-minded will feel entitled to whatever anybody has and feel that taking it by force is just the way it’s done. Whatever self-restraint men had in 1930 will be cast off in 2020.

Richard
Richard
Member
March 16, 2018 11:13 PM

Actually I agree with you, but there is only so much that people can steal. And don’t forget this country is heavily armed, and people will protect themselves. And Marshall law will take care of the problem quickly enough. Then the time I speak of will emerge.

Richard
Richard
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March 15, 2018 8:56 PM

Sang,
I really liked what you wrote, except one thing. It’s almost like you are comparing the whole American church to the very few big American names. I don’t understand how you’d get to the point of comparing the whole American church to these .1% ????? Even we don’t care for them, nor do we have their money. Those that are not of God will be gone, nor will they matter. But of course I hope they repent.
Also it’s good to see the American missionaries declining as the indigenous church has risen up greatly. This has been the evolving model for decades now, and we are grateful for it.
God bless you,
Richard

Saeng Fisher
Saeng Fisher
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March 17, 2018 9:36 PM

Hi Richard. I agree with you! It’s hard to to post one’s thoughts in a paragraph without missing some important point. Like you, I rejoice that men and women in the Body of Christ worldwide are rising up taking their rightful place in the Kingdom work. It’s the Great Commission as it ought to be: every nation going to every unreached ethnic group. My comment was more directed to the fact that among those who do go abroad from America (from big names to small short-term teams) there is a tendency to bring money rather than Jesus, to rely on the flesh more than the Spirit, and to stay too short a time to figure out the local culture. Given all the issues which get mentioned on Z3 about the sin which is so rampant in the American Chruch it will be difficult for that church to play a strategic role in any end times harvest. However, just a few people (perhaps the remnant that Phanuel mentioned) can launch church planting movements. A godly focused pioneer worker can train others who do the same which results in thousands of house churches being planted. I’ve seen it in India, Laos, China and beyond.

Richard
Richard
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March 17, 2018 10:45 PM

I am with you totally brother. I realize that we as Christians in the West are in desperate need of the power of the Holy Spirit. We certainly won’t be able to do it without God infusing our heart with mission and power, and I’m praying toward that end.
I have known, visited and supported missionaries in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, and I truly understand what you are saying. In fact I’m still glad that Western Christians do visit Asia and other places, as they often go home with far more than what they brought, discovering that though they are rich in this world, they are often in Spiritual poverty. Better to find out in this life, than to suffer so much loss in the next.
I also don’t hold anything against those that go for short term trips, remembering what I was like before I ever made my first mission trip – clueless, ignorant, and inexperienced. But how else to know unless I would have went? How does a fish know what it’s like out of the water unless it jumps out? I had never been out of the country before then, so I had no idea what the world was really like. Even still, we often brought money, which resulted in 2 Corin. 9:11-13 blessing to the in-country workers. And I left incredibly challenged.
“Lord give us great hearts filled with Love, Vision, Tenacity and the true power of the Spirit to fulfill your Kingdom purposes.”

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 14, 2018 8:57 AM

If only you can believe.., when I say church.. I mean the True end time remnant church full of His power and glory…. I have seen that church in visions…, that church can move any mountain. Can you believe? The prayers of George Washington for this country are always before the eyes of the Lord… why do you think Trump was elected? For what purpose? The enemy was blindsided……

Shalom

William
William
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March 14, 2018 9:22 AM

I believe.

John Barry
John Barry
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March 14, 2018 6:12 AM

Brother Phanuel no one Loves what GOD intended this nation to be more than I , but history teaches you are wrong . When empires die , they seldom come back and if they do it takes hundreds of years at least & we have Americas Abraham , George Washington & his vision to tell us the fate of America . Blessings Phanuel !

Mike M
Mike M
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March 14, 2018 11:05 AM

I believe that the American church can be made great again, but it will require a collapse of the current church with all the trappings and the wealthy preachers with $200 hair cuts and Armani suits. When what they have put their trust in fails them they will be crushed. The American church will be great again when we are the hands and feet of Jesus to a hurting country…truly being salt and light to a dark and hurting world.

Like Saeng alludes to, the underground church around the world is on fire in areas where there is persecution and no freedom to worship. I believe revival will come to the US, but it won’t be nights of open worship under tents like in days past…it will more likely be house churches and churches operating out of businesses.

You are absolutely right in that we are an empire in collapse – but Babylon has to eventually fall since the Word says that it will.

Blessings!

John Barry
John Barry
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March 14, 2018 11:50 AM

Amen Brother Mike M , George Washington’s vision indicates we will repent after our Nation is nearly overcome and then our Nation & people will be restored out of the ashes . I also agree that any preacher , teacher or prophet wearing Armani suits is most likely false , 99. 9 % chance . If we all Bless each other it will be hard for Satan to stop that church . Blessings Mike M .

Julie
Member
March 15, 2018 6:34 AM

Terry Bennett used those exact words. He also said The Sum of All Fears would come upon our nation if we did not repent. I believe he said he had seen it, then silence.

Jemba
Jemba
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March 16, 2018 1:12 AM

John, one of the things that’s always been a challenge for people of God (and others for that matter) is interpreting God’s language. When we some like Phanuel and other voices say America will be great again, it doesn’t necessarily mean in the same conventional descriptions that are common to us like GDP, military might, etc. In God’s eyes, though American might decline as an empire, if we become a country that calls on God again, allows prayer in schools, etc., God would consider us a great country. One of the mistakes that led the nation of Israel to missing Jesus is they were expecting him to be a military savior yet all along God meant a spiritual savior.

John Barry
John Barry
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March 16, 2018 6:22 AM

Brother Jemba , I agree if even just the church would repent and become a Holy Church , GOD would turn things around for us and we could be great in GODs eyes . It is always possible we could be the one exception in 6,000 years of written history to break the normal cycle of empires , but I doubt it greatly . We did not repent after 9-11 , now we are a sodomite nation , trillions in debt , our schools teach Marxism to our children , the Democrat party has gone communist and is attempting to destroy the constitution , most of the programing on TV is demonic , those under 30 are addicted to their smart phones and obey them and I could go on & on . Yet out of all this the church has still not repented , nor do I see any signs it will do so & history teaches it is not the normal pattern nations go . I love Brother Phanuel & those that believe we will be great agin , but I believe it will not happen till after WW3 and we have lost 180 – 200 million dead & all our cities are destroyed before we repent , this is what the prophets indicate to me is our fate . Blessings Brother Jemba

Mike M
Mike M
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March 14, 2018 11:25 AM

Make America Great Again.. I think about this a lot. To make it great again, and to make it what the founding fathers envisioned, we need to get our debt situation set right (like you said end the Fed) and get out of all these foreign entanglements that they warned us about. I too believe we are in for greatness, but not what our culture has become accustomed to being considered great. Great in the sight of the Lord as you said.

Speaking of Roe vs. Wade – just last week Qanon mentioned Planned Parenthood being next in their cross hairs… Last week Senate Republicans stated that Justice Kennedy will retire this summer. Another great opportunity – and Trump has been appointing judges at a rapid pace.

Thanks for all that you contribute to z3 Phanuel.

Antwon
Antwon
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March 14, 2018 6:29 AM

Sorry, but I disagree.

Taj
Taj
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March 17, 2018 8:19 AM

Overturned or set aside by executive order just like Lincoln did in Dredd Scott.

Phanuel
Phanuel
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March 15, 2018 8:14 PM

Addendum
McMaster removed via Wash post.
Bye bye McMaster
Phase 2 # MAGA
Indictments incoming
March Madness

Shalom

taj
taj
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March 15, 2018 8:45 PM

“Trump will become President. He will be used to clean and purify the nation. As hard as he is, he has been prepared for this…..” SS Selvaraj Aug. 2016

Mike M
Mike M
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March 17, 2018 3:42 PM

I think that was a set up to root out White House leakers… It worked!

Colton
Colton
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March 13, 2018 6:38 PM

You are correct, check out Bix Weir Roadtoroota on YouTube for confirmation. Past the point of no return for collapse so mine as well give the people a little more time to prep and buy cryptos by creating jobs and building infrastructure. That way we at least have the wall. And Trump controls the narrative and timing of the collapse. Just look who is appointed as head of the FED. Not a good guy by any means, but he specializes in the controlled burn and restructuring of economic systems.

Curious to see what Q anon says about pompeo and rex.

4D chess

Mike M
Mike M
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March 14, 2018 10:53 AM

During Trump’s campaign it was put on my heart that he is experienced at moving through bankruptcy. We are no doubt in an unsustainable debt position in this country and there will be no easy way out. I’ve been following Q as well. Know that Trump is not making decisions in a vacuum. It’s like there is this belief that he is a wild man making all these crazy decisions alone, but that is not the case. He is working a plan put together by others before he was elected.

Weiss
Weiss
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March 17, 2018 9:41 AM

Qanon just posted the other day in response to that very question, “Trust KANSAS.”

In.2.it.ive
In.2.it.ive
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March 18, 2018 1:10 PM

Wishful thinking are we? I would love for a more honest system to be true my friend, however we are in the endtimes where the cashless world govt system is next coinciding with mark of the beast. Trump is not the savior your hoping for, just another actor preselected years ago by the chess masters who run all govts and created the UK US UN through international banking system and wars. Satans minions in other words, Jewsuits, Masons, etc. Dont be so naive, God wants us to be aware which can be uncomfortable under the prince of darkness reign which is coming to a close.

Henrico Cordier
Henrico Cordier
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March 14, 2018 12:42 AM

Good morning James. I am from South Africa. It is very difficult to ask for dates that the economic system will collapse, and for sure all the signs are there that indicate it will and must happen sooner or later.

My concern is that in South Africa, the government spend left right and center and the people and working class is suffering a lot. Only 5 million people is supporting 55 million people. The system is totally out of balance.

I am working just over 28 years for the government and are very concerned that our pension money is in the line.

Will you please pray with me and others like myself, as well as that Almighty God give me guidance of what HE is willing for my life.

Kind regards and greetings in JESUS name

Katherine Lehman
Kathy
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March 14, 2018 11:20 AM

This elephant is dwarfed, IMO, but the others in the room, those also which almost no one is speaking.

Two days ago Trump declared his support of California’s Gun Confiscation Orders, in a WH release of policy papers which urge states…ALL states…to adopt Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs), aka Initiative 1491. Such orders allow firearms to be confiscated with a judge’s approval. This might sound OK…but orders “should be carefully tailored to ensure the due process rights of law-abiding citizens are protected.” ERPOs allow the seizure of a citizen’s weapons without true due process, for a period of up to 12 months, based solely on a written petition to the court by anyone else.

Isn’t there anyone who would love to submit such a request to a court claiming you were a threat to civil society?

At this point, de facto there is no 2nd amendment, no 4th amendment, and no 5th amendment…and the 1st is already under heavy attack, with no complaint, or restraint, from Trump or his administration. Isn’t there anything more important to discuss, in what remains of our Republic, right now than how wonderful it is that we’re going to Mars…especially when many know we’ve been there for at least the last thirty years?

ALL these elephants represent violations of the U.S. Constitution. WON’T ANYONE CALL THE EMPEROR OUT, AND TELL THE WORLD HE HAS NO CLOTHES ON?

Michelle gibson
Michelle gibson
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March 16, 2018 2:25 PM

Kathy, I have been saying the same thing, with all the EO’s all He needs is civil war to break out and he and the military seem to have all the power.

Matt NZ
Matt NZ
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March 16, 2018 3:33 PM

That may not be a bad thing. Bilderberg, the Trilateral commision, CFR, the Federal Reserve…etc are entrenched. The vast majority of US Military personel are Constitution loving patriots. Things are to that level. The Deep state I believe, showed Trump they control the economy with the Feb takedown. The military cleaning house will likely be the only option.

Katherine Lehman
Kathy
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March 16, 2018 2:27 PM

And his actions are NOT calming the waters, on many fronts. PRAY!

Peachey
Peachey
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March 14, 2018 4:36 PM

Effective April 1st is the “mandatory” date by which truck drivers MUST have those mileage meters installed in their semi’s.

My niece has a trucking company. Some independent trucking drivers are closing up shop already. Produce is already taking longer to get to the stores as the smaller stores cannot find drivers to haul their fresh product. I was advised not to buy fresh product beyond three days of freshness.

April 1st is just a few days away. There will be impact, there already is.

Peachey
Peachey
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March 14, 2018 7:21 PM

Because of the driver shortages, some fresh food is stored in warehouses 1-2 weeks. My niece has 17 trucks the delivers fresh food to markets. She has a web site she follows that lets her know what is going on with others.

Maj Matt
Member
March 14, 2018 5:06 PM

Relevant to this trucking issue: I receive daily updates for local job openings and have only recently received many notices for commercial truck drivers. Proof many are departing the industry.

Eldon
Eldon
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March 17, 2018 9:57 AM

I invite anyone interested in the subject of Trump vs the Deep State to listen to the first hour of this interview with Robert Steele (ex CIA). I believe you will be encouraged. Dave Hodges is a Christian and had to reign in Steele’s language a couple times, so be forewarned http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/ex-cia-officer-has-more-stunning-revelations-than-q-anon/

Vicki
Vicki
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March 17, 2018 8:04 PM

I was less concerned about Mr. Steele’s language and more concerned about how negatively he talked about Israel and “the Zionists”, especially in part 2 of the interview. I did a little research on him and it wasn’t hard to find a book he wrote on “Is Zionism Over” where he suggests that the strategy to move the US embassy to Jerusalem is intended to unite the “Arab tribes” and finish off Netanyahu. Mr. Steele might be against the deep state, but he is not on God’s side.

We need to stay close to the Holy Spirit and pray daily for wisdom and discernment. This was a big wake up call to me that the taking down of the deep state might be what opens the door for billions of people to follow the AC.

Joe
Joe
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March 17, 2018 2:09 PM

Brother Eldon, Thanks. If true this is the scoop of the century. What will happen to gold price. Phanuel, brother you would love this. President Trump is playing a much higher dimension chess than 4D i would say. He can be nominated for next 10 yrs Nobel prize if he can pull this off. Going to start praying for him because JFK was done for attempting half of this. US will be the most loved nation on the earth,to say the least, if this happens.

The risk of a False Flag to thwart this is also is very high.

Mike Jones
Mike Jones
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March 14, 2018 1:47 AM

Interesting timing – just this morning I read one of the best articles I have ever read about the Federal Reserve and the international bankers: https://www.globalresearch.ca/the-federal-reserve-cartel-the-eight-families/25080

James 5:1-6 (ESV) – Warning to the Rich – Come now, you rich, weep and howl for the miseries that are coming upon you. 2 Your riches have rotted and your garments are moth-eaten. 3 Your gold and silver have corroded, and their corrosion will be evidence against you and will eat your flesh like fire. You have laid up treasure in the last days. 4 Behold, the wages of the laborers who mowed your fields, which you kept back by fraud, are crying out against you, and the cries of the harvesters have reached the ears of the Lord of hosts. 5 You have lived on the earth in luxury and in self-indulgence. You have fattened your hearts in a day of slaughter. 6 You have condemned and murdered the righteous person. He does not resist you.

I Timothy 6:9-10 (NKJV) But those who desire to be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and harmful lusts which drown men in destruction and perdition. 10 For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil, for which some have strayed from the faith in their greediness, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

DRW
DRW
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March 15, 2018 9:22 AM

3/15/18 dream: A boy came to my door and asked for some money. I opened my wallet to give him a $5 bill. All the $5 dollar bills were defaced with pink marks. Among the $5 dollar bills was a smaller $80 dollar paper bill which I gave him. Interpretation: The boy is the future. The defaced bills have reduced value. The $80 dollar bill is a symbolic inflated $5 dollar bill (80/5 = 16:1).
In a different dream, I was shown a silver dollar coin with Ben Franklin on it. Ben is currently on the $100 dollar paper bill. A silver dollar coin worth $100 would be a future silver value of $117 per oz. The interpretations are certain. The timing is unknown.

Stirred-not-shaken
Stirred-not-shaken
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March 15, 2018 6:09 PM

Pink is short (silver or gold). The amount of the drop, or alternatively the target price, is related to the denomination of the bills. Dream 2 I would suggest silver up $1, or $10, since our bills are (bullish) green in the U.S. Most likely $1. SNS

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