Today the Federal Reserve and European Central Banksters made
a bunch seemingly bizarre moves which, in the very short
term, may have the desired effect. I see it in a different way, like
when your car is just about out of gas, running on fumes, right before
the engine dies, you get a few seconds of very high revs, then it's
over. This will not come out well for anyone suckered in to the stock
market buying spurt today, unless they sell before the close.
Meanwhile, in Iran, various European governments are either
closing their embassies or pulling out some of their ambassadors. In
the U.K. the British government is ousting the Iranian diplomats from
their embassy there. Several explosions have been heard or seen in
Iran, although, no news about these seems to be coming out. There is a
war being waged on Iran at this time, which has yet to be formally
announced. The U.S. government seemingly has no voice in Israeli
governmental affairs any longer, but I think this is also a ruse
designed for deception.
Please take same time and follow the link to the Lysander
Spooner document I linked below and read his definition on what law is.
On that site are many of his writings which I think will benefit you.
Bookmark the site and check out more of his writings if you like, when
you have the time.
- Please listen to the recording
of today's show for my views on the topics I covered today.
recording of the show is at the bottom of the post.
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