Polgar: "World Uncomfortably Unaware Of Approaching Disaster"

USA - Best-selling author of “The Age of Anomaly,” economist Andrei Polgar, says the world is set up to be blindsided in the next financial disaster. Polgar points out, “Right now, after so many years after the ‘Great Recession,’ not only are people comfortably unaware, but even worse yet, the entire idea of financial preparedness has been discredited..."

German Chancellor Merkel: ‘No Renegotiation’

GERMANY - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she cannot see a renegotiating of Britain's European Union withdrawal agreement and thrown out hopes of extending Article 50. Mrs Merkel told a closed session of the German parliament's foreign affairs committee she would need to co-ordinate with other EU leaders after Theresa May’s disastrous defeat in the House of Commons. She said: “For me it is clear that there cannot be any renegotiations.” Mrs Merkel said the idea of pushing back Brexit beyond the scheduled date of March 29 was a "fictional question", the participants said. The German Chancellor said she was open to making further clarifications to a declaration on Britain's future relations with Brussels, but it was up to London to say what it wanted after the parliamentary vote, the participants said.

Brexit Bedlam

UK - British lawmakers defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin on Tuesday, triggering political chaos that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave. After parliament voted 432-202 against her deal, the worst defeat in modern British history, opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn promptly called a vote of no confidence in May’s government, to be held at 1900 GMT on Wednesday.

Investors Beware: A Recession In 2019

USA - Global economic activity has been slowing down dramatically in recent months, and now the mainstream media is filled with dire warnings that a global recession is dead ahead in 2019.  And without a doubt, things do not look good right now as economic numbers from all over the globe just get bleaker and bleaker. 

China’s Confidence Rises in Its Military

USA - China’s military ambitions have given its leaders growing confidence about their capabilities, according to a new U.S. assessment that warns that Beijing may believe it can wage a regional conflict while maintaining its expanded global presence. “We now have to be able to look for a Chinese military that is active everywhere,” said a senior defense official who briefed reporters on the new report by the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency.

UK: General Election Alert

UK - Britain was on general election alert last night after Whitehall chiefs were ordered to draw up contingency plans for a snap poll. Amid the fragile situation in Westminster, Britain’s top civil servant told Government departmental heads to be ready in case an election is needed to break the Brexit deadlock. Cabinet Secretary Sir Mark Sedwill met senior mandarins this week to discuss preparations in case Theresa May decides to go to the country. Today, it also emerged that official guidance has now been drawn up on the possible timeline for a second Brexit referendum. A document, apparently presented at cross-party Brexit talks, suggested that another referendum would take 15 months to arrange and hold. Downing Street has repeatedly insisted the next general election will not take place until 2022, as mandated by the Fixed Terms Parliament Act.

Germany’s united front on Brexit crumbles

GERMANY - A new study says German businesses face a €3 billion no-deal Brexit price-tag in customs fees – and a further €200 million each year to finance additional customs formalities. That forecast by Germany’s chamber of industry and trade (DIHK) follows another bleak study by the Bruegel Institute in Brussels. It suggests the UK’s departure will also add €4.2 billion to Germany’s EU budget bill by 2020 – Berlin’s share of the €16.5 billion hole left by London’s departure. Another hole could be ripped in the EU’s finances, and Germany’s budget, if Britain walks away without paying in funds it owes in the current budget round. “The EU would, rightly, view it as a hostile act if the UK didn’t fulfill its financial obligations,” wrote Mr Guntram Wolff, head of Bruegel, in a report before a Brexit hearing in the German parliament on Monday.

Federal Reserve Confesses Sole Responsibility for All Recessions

USA - In a surprisingly candid admission, two former Federal Reserve chairs have stated that the Federal Reserve alone is responsible for creating all recessions in the United States. First, former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke said that “Expansions don’t die of old age. They get murdered.” To clarify this statement, former Chair Janet Yellen placed the murder weapon in the Fed’s hands: “Two things usually end them…. One is financial imbalances, and the other is the Fed.” Think that through, and you quickly realize that both of those things are the Fed. Is there anyone left standing who would not say the Fed’s quantitative easing in the past decade was the biggest cause of financial imbalances all over the world in history? Moreover, whose profligate monetary policies led to the Great Financial Crisis that gave us the Great Recession?

Earth’s Ecosystems Are On A Collision Course With Extinction

USA - Insect Populations Have Declined By Up To 98 Percent In Some Areas Of The World. Scientists are calling it “the insect apocalypse”, and it has extremely serious implications for the future of our planet. All over the globe, insect populations are plummeting dramatically. And since insects are at the very foundation of the global food chain, that is really bad news for all of us. In fact, one expert described what is happening to the global insect population as “hyper-alarming”. If we continue down the path that we are currently on, a bleak, apocalyptic future for our planet is all but assured.

German minister: ‘Hard Brexit would hurt everyone in Europe’

GERMANY - It is up to British legislators to avoid a “hard Brexit” because the EU will not substantially renegotiate its terms, German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said. An exit with no deal would hurt both the EU and UK, he said. Britain still has “a few days” before the scheduled departure date of March 29 to come up with a Brexit roadmap, the German minister told public broadcaster ZDF. The substance of the deal negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet with the EU is “non-negotiable,” but some minor details may yet be changed, he suggested. Altmaier said it was up to British legislators, who defeated May’s proposal in a record ‘nay’ vote on Tuesday, to come up with an alternative. A “hard Brexit” would hurt both the EU and Britain, he warned. “Everyone in Europe would lose, nobody would win,” the minister stated.

DAVOS - World Economic Forum (WEF) Overview

SWITZERLAND - The world is facing the increased risk of political confrontations between major powers… WEF, best known for creating and facilitating its annual economic forum in Davos, Switzerland, said the breakdown of international cooperation on major issues had reached "crisis levels," and would continue to prevent international action on urgent crises this year. The WEF report, called the Global Risks Report 2019 and released with risk consultancy Marsh, surveyed around 1,000 experts and decision-makers with 90 percent saying they expected further economic confrontation between major powers. Eighty-eight percent said they expected further erosion of multilateral trading rules.

China warns US Navy over Taiwan

CHINA - A senior Chinese military official warned the US Navy Tuesday against any "interference" in support of Taiwan's independence, saying that Beijing would defend its claim to the island "at any cost". General Li Zuocheng, a member of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks during a meeting in Beijing with Admiral John Richardson, the chief of US naval operations. China sees Taiwan as part of its territory to be reunified, despite the two sides being ruled separately since they split in 1949 after a civil war won by Mao Zedong's communists. The self-ruled island has its own currency, flag and government, but is not recognised as an independent state by the UN. "If anyone wants to separate Taiwan from China, the Chinese army will defend the unity of the motherland at any cost," he told the the US Navy chief.

A Message from your Totalitarian State

USA - “Get NewsGuard for your browser today. NewsGuard’s trained journalists assess news websites for credibility and transparency.” Keep in mind, from what I understand, that the people behind this project are trying to make this mandatory for all schools, libraries, universities as well as computer/mobile devices sold in the United States (and I’m assuming elsewhere). This is one of the major pillars of the end game.

Ben Carson Finds $516.4 Billion in ‘Mismanaged’ Obama Dollars

USA - The result of a new, independent audit of the last years of President Obama’s term, 2015 and 2016 – show an almost criminal attempt to cover-up gross mismanagement of funds and a wealth of errors. Thetruthdivision.com reports: Here’s what Audit Report 2017-FO-0005, released Wednesday, notes: “The total amounts of errors corrected in HUD’s notes and consolidated financial statements were $516.4 billion and $3.4 billion, respectively. There were several other unresolved audit matters, which restricted our ability to obtain sufficient, appropriate evidence to express an opinion.” That is a lot of waste, fraud, and abuse.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)