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“In the Soviet Union you could clearly see your enemy, where in the west you don’t.”

— Josjo [Joseph] Terelya, Ukrane (moved to Canada) (1943-2009) Imprisoned & tortured for twenty years because of his Catholic faith; experienced visions and given messages by the Virgin Mary while in the Soviet Gulags

(An enemy of God is an enemy of the people.)

Seldom anymore do we see the who, what, where, why, and when of a news story from any of the mainstream media or print media outlets. What we do see from the major “fake news” networks, much of print media, as well as social media platforms (selected) news feeds, is a systematic and unceasing stream of propaganda, half-truths, compulsive lies, and twisting of stories and political narrative to deliberately mislead the viewer’s opinions. We see some reporters who are spiritually dead inside doing evil through lies and deception hiding the truth, influencing people’s thinking, public opinion, and direction of culture. Changing the direction of culture in a way that is contrary to God’s Laws and Biblical principles towards evil (the father of lies). Media in many cases has become an enemy of God, truth, and an enemy of the people.

Therefore this website/blog will no longer list news articles and links unless it focused on God’s hand in history or prophetic event or situation.

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News 2024-2025

June , 2024


US Sanctions Force Moscow Exchange to Halt Dollar, Euro Trading - June , 2024

Russia’s main exchange said it’s halting trading in US dollars and the euro …

U.S.- Saudi Petrodollar Pact Ends after 50 Years - June 11, 2024

The 50-year-old petrodollar agreement between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia was just allowed to expire. The term “petrodollar” refers to the U.S. dollar’s role as the currency used for crude oil transactions on the world market. This arrangement has its roots in the 1970s when the United States and Saudi Arabia struck a deal shortly after the U.S. went off the gold standard that would go on to have far-reaching consequences for the global economy. In the history of global finance, few agreements have wielded as many benefits as the petrodollar pact did for the U.S. economy. …

$517,000,000,000 in Unrealized Losses Hit US Banking System, FDIC Says 63 Lenders on Brink of Insolvency - June 3 , 2024

Unrealized losses in the US banking system are once again on the rise, according to new numbers from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

In its Quarterly Banking Profile report, the FDIC says banks are now saddled with more than half a trillion dollars in paper losses on their balance sheets, due largely to exposure to the residential real estate market.


Unrealized losses represent the difference between the price banks paid for securities and the current market value of those assets.

Although banks can hold securities until they mature without marking them to market on their balance sheets, unrealized losses can become an extreme liability when banks need liquidity.

“Unrealized losses on available-for-sale and held-to-maturity securities increased by $39 billion to $517 billion in the first quarter. Higher unrealized losses on residential mortgage-backed securities, resulting from higher mortgage rates in the first quarter, drove the overall increase. This is the ninth straight quarter of unusually high unrealized losses since the Federal Reserve began to raise interest rates in first quarter 2022.” 

BRICS Nations Plan to Develop New Blockchain-Based Payment System, Posing Challenge to Dollar Dominance - April, 2024

The BRICS countries—Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—are reportedly developing a state-of-the-art payment system founded on blockchain and digital technologies. This move aims to reduce dependence on the US dollar.

A New Era in International Monetary System

Backed by the consensus of the five nations, the initiative emanates from a shared vision of the BRICS’ increasing role in the international monetary scheme. Kremlin aide Yury Ushakov reflected on the project, stating in an interview with Russia’s news agency TASS, “Creating an independent BRICS payment system is an important goal for the future. The main thing is to make sure it is convenient for governments, common people, and businesses, as well as cost-effective and free of politics.”

Election Case - Three liberal Supreme Court justices recuse themselves in lawsuit over 2020 election - May 30, 2024

The court turned away Raland Brunson’s lawsuit that accused the justices of misconduct for dismissing his prior lawsuit.

In a rare move, all three liberal Supreme Court justices recused themselves on May 28 from a case involving a lawsuit filed against them for rejecting a previous lawsuit that sought to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. …


Mr. Brunson argued that the three justices violated their oath of office “by giving aid and comfort to enemies of the Constitution, which is an act of treason, fraud and a breach of contract.”


He urged the Supreme Court to grant his petition, alleging the justices were guilty of “fraud, violations of the Oath of Office and … treason.”

“These serious offenses need to be addressed immediately with the least amount of technical nuances of the law and legal procedures because these offenses are flowing continually against Brunson’s liberties and life and consequently is … a continual national security breach,” the petition read.


“Seeking a redress of grievances, as Brunson has done herein, is a great power one retains to protect himself from the encroachment of a tyrannical government.”

US debt selloff - May , 2024

Big Ben: Great Clock stops for the second time in a week - May 19, 2024

Second time the clock stops working on Pentecost. Is this a marker in time of events that will soon unfold?)

It froze for roughly 30 minutes on Wednesday, a week on from displaying the wrong time and Big Ben failing to chime. …


Clock hands on all four sides halted for about half an hour from 09:00 BST on Wednesday, and the Big Ben bell failed to produce its famous “bong”.

The hands were moved forward, but witnesses have said the clock was still running five minutes behind.

Similarly, on 10 May, the clock stopped momentarily just before 13:00, and the bell did not sound.

Rep. Massie Introduces Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act to "End the Fed" - May 16, 2024

Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY) announces the introduction of H.R. 8421, the Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act. Rep. Massie’s legislation abolishes the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve and the Federal Reserve banks. It also repeals the Federal Reserve Act, the 1913 law that created the Federal Reserve System.

“Americans are suffering under crippling inflation, and the Federal Reserve is to blame,” said Rep. Massie. “During COVID, the Federal Reserve created trillions of dollars out of thin air and loaned it to the Treasury Department to enable unprecedented deficit spending. By monetizing the debt, the Federal Reserve devalued the dollar and enabled free money policies that caused the high inflation we see today.”

“Monetizing debt is a closely coordinated effort between the White House, Federal Reserve, Treasury Department, Congress, Big Banks, and Wall Street,” Rep. Massie continued. “Through this process, retirees see their savings evaporate due to the actions of a central bank pursuing inflationary policies that benefit the wealthy and connected. If we really want to reduce inflation, the most effective policy is to end the Federal Reserve.”

The text of Rep. Massie’s H.R. 8421 is available at this link.

Original cosponsors of Rep. Massie’s legislation include Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), Rep. Josh Brecheen (R-OK), Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN), Rep. Eric Burlison (R-MO), Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL), Rep. Michael Cloud (R-TX), Rep. Eli Crane (R-AZ), Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC), Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Rep. Bob Good (R-VA), Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Rep. Harriet Hageman (R-WY), Rep. Ralph Norman (R-SC), Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX), Rep. Keith Self (R-TX), Rep. Victoria Spartz (R-IN) and Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-WI).

The Federal Reserve Board Abolition Act was first introduced by former Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) in 1999 and hasn’t been reintroduced since 2013.

In addition to introducing this legislation to “End the Fed,” Rep. Massie has also introduced H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2023 to audit the Federal Reserve. H.R. 24 was originally introduced by former Representative Ron Paul (R-TX) in 2009

BRICS: US Dollar Dominance Gradually Fading - May 11, 2024

BRICS members China and Russia are pulling the strings to free the world from the clutches of the US dollar. Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a press meeting recently that the “United States days of bullying the world are coming to an end”. There could be merit to the statement as BRICS successfully convinced other developing countries to ditch the US dollar. The alliance is making developing countries trade in local currencies and strengthen their native economies. …

The weaponization of the US dollar is what’s driving developing countries to ditch the currency and join BRICS. In addition, the US pressing sanction of developing economies led to the mass exodus favoring local currencies for transactions. The development is only the start and BRICS will continue it for many more years and decades to come.

African and Middle Eastern Nations Withdraw Gold Reserves Amid American Economic Concern - April 24 , 2024

… The decision to repatriate gold reserves is not merely symbolic; it reflects a deeper unease among these nations about the trajectory of the American economy. Among the countries taking such actions are Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon, Algeria, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia, each representing crucial regions in Africa and the Middle East. Their actions are prompting questions about the future of the US dollar as the world’s primary reserve currency.

The deteriorating state of the American economy serves as the primary impetus behind these withdrawals. Persistent inflation, mounting debt levels, and concerns about the Federal Reserve’s ability to maintain stable monetary policy have eroded confidence in the US dollar. Additionally, geopolitical tensions and uncertainties surrounding trade relations have further fueled apprehensions among foreign governments.

For African and Middle Eastern nations, safeguarding their gold reserves is not merely a matter of economic prudence but also a strategic imperative. Gold has historically been viewed as a store of value during times of economic turmoil, offering a hedge against currency depreciation and geopolitical instability. By repatriating their gold reserves, these countries aim to insulate themselves from potential financial contagion and secure their wealth within their borders.

Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, decided to repatriate gold reserves held in the United States earlier this year. The move was met with domestic support, with Nigerian officials citing concerns about the long-term stability of the US economy and the need to diversify risk exposure. Similar sentiments have been echoed by other nations in the region, highlighting a broader trend of reevaluation of traditional economic dependencies.

In the Middle East, Saudi Arabia’s decision to withdraw its gold reserves from the United States sent shockwaves through global markets. As one of the world’s largest oil exporters and a linchpin of the global economy, Saudi Arabia’s actions underscore the growing disillusionment with the American financial system. The kingdom’s move is seen as a strategic maneuver to safeguard its financial assets amidst heightened geopolitical tensions and uncertainties in the region.

Egypt and South Africa, two other major economies, have also taken steps to repatriate their gold reserves, signaling a coordinated effort among African and Middle Eastern nations to reduce their exposure to US economic risks. While the immediate impact on the US economy may be limited, the long-term implications of this trend are profound and could potentially reshape the global financial landscape. …

Trillions of cicadas emerge after decades underground - May 2, 2024


IMF Prepares Financial Revolution – Say Goodbye To The Dollar - April 12, 2024

… Global banks are essentially admitting they plan for a complete overhaul of the dollar-based financial world, and the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC)-focused system built on “unified ledgers.”

There have been three recent developments all announced in succession that suggest the dollar’s replacement is imminent.

And by “imminent,” I mean before this decade is over.

The $27 Trillion Treasury Market Is Only Getting Bigger - March 24, 2024

Punishment from heaven! Tens of kilometers of locusts devastate everything in Egypt - Feburary 1, 2024


H.R. 24: Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2023 - January 9, 2024

To require a full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States, and for other purposes.

Bo Polny: It's Going Down! BRICS Welcomes New Members In Push to Reshuffle World Order - January 2, 2024

Saudi Arabia officially joins BRICS. The end of the petrodollar?