WEB Notes: Surprise, surprise the UN passes it before the US. As a reader pointed out, it will be more likely the US will go along with this deal now as it has been Internationally accepted. Though obama has stated he will veto any measure aimed at blocking this, so I fail to see how it will not be accepted in the US. If they will pass TPP they will pass anything. Notice, the Iran deal passed by a 15-0 vote, meaning everyone is on board with the deal. This deal is “too good to be true” they are saying so when Iran “blows it” the only option left will be war just like the Brooking Report states.
Source: The Hill | The Obama administration was forced to play defense on Monday after lawmakers in both parties criticized its decision to let the United Nations — not Congress — have the first say on the Iran nuclear deal.
WEB Notes: Please refer to our notes in this article which are relevant to this one as well. We would also add Khamenei stated the US is supporting ISIS and so has Assad of Syria. The US has admitted it themselves, even the CIA from articles we posted on this site. We addressed this in a previous Q&A even though there is more documentation that what was provided in that edition.
Source: Breitbart | Khamenei also defended Iran’s support for its Lebanese proxy, Hezbollah, which is a U.S.-designated terrorist organization, and the Assad regime in Syria.
Saudi Prince Threatens ‘Military Action Without American Support’ Against Iran
Source: MRCTV | In the first public criticism of the P5+Iran deal by a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family, Prince Bandar bin Sultan told Lebanon’s Daily Star the deal would allow Iran to acquire a nuclear bomb and would “wreak havoc in the region.” Covered in The Times of London, the prince also told Daily Star, “Saudi Arabia and the Gulf powers are prepared to take military action without American support after the Iran nuclear deal”
WEB Notes: Kerry is surprised? Really? Has he been sleeping under a rock? Iran is no friend of the US and it is sort of hard to blame them. It is the US who has spread destabilization to the middle east not Iran. The media always says the phrase, “Death to America, Death to Israel”. Yet, I never see video of it out of all the times it has happened. I am sure some people feel that way no doubt. But I have seen videos of the people in Iran and they actually want to be like the west (as good or bad as that maybe) with their cell phones and online sites, etc. The point in constantly saying “Death to America, Death to Israel” is obviously stated by the media so often for one reason and one reason alone and that is to unite the country against Iran. This video right here is a must watch for everyone. It documents how the “Jews” are actually liked in Iran and that Iran is the home to the biggest population of “Jews” in the world outside of Iran. They actually honored then President of Iran at the time with an award due to his treatment of them, but you never saw this on the mainstream media did you? Of course not it does not fit within the agenda that has been outlined.
WEB Notes: We never post these types of articles to get everyone all riled up and make their hair turn gray. We post these things so you can see what is going on in the world and try to understand where it fits in within the scriptures and to ensure your houses are in order so you are not caught off guard.
Source: Economic Collapse Blog | When financial markets crash, they do not do so in a vacuum. There are always patterns, signs and indicators that tell us that something is about to happen. In this article, I am going to share with you four patterns that are happening right now that also happened just prior to the great financial crisis of 2008. These four signs are very strong evidence that a deflationary financial collapse is right around the corner. Instead of the hyperinflationary crisis that so many have warned about, what we are about to experience is a collapse in asset prices, a massive credit crunch and a brief period of absolutely crippling deflation. The response by national governments and global central banks to this horrific financial crisis will cause tremendous inflation down the road, but that comes later. What comes first is a crisis that will initially look a lot like 2008, but will ultimately prove to be much worse. The following are 4 things that are happening right now that indicate that a deflationary financial collapse is imminent…
WEB Notes: More of what we have been pointing out about the Brooking report with respect to the Iran deal.
Source: Activist Post | I have argued from the very beginning of the US-Iran nuclear talks that the diplomacy taking place was nothing more than theatre to be used later in the rush to war as evidence that the US did “everything in its power” to avoid confrontation.
WEB Notes: More and more war games playing out across the world and this one is in the US with foreign troops.
Source: WNEM | Michigan National Guard is in training mode for the month of July.
Aircraft from more than a dozen military units will be operating in northern Michigan over the next several weeks as part of a major training exercise involving military personnel from Canada, Latvia, Poland, Australia and 20 states’ military forces. Northern Strike is unique in that it combines both air and ground combat capabilities in one training exercise.
Source: ZeroHedge | Retail sales have fallen yet again in the mighty U.S. economy, home of the Never-Ending Recovery . Once again, this number has fallen even before we adjust it for inflation, in order to make the statistic meaningful. A retail sales number which is not adjusted for inflation (by subtracting the rate of inflation) only tells us how much depreciating money the people spent, not how many goods and services they actually purchased.
WEB Notes: The first time in 54 years. More things are coming together globally right now than ever before at one point in time. There is no doubt that Cuba is now a part of the global structure or closely to it or I cannot imagine this embassy would have ever re-opened.
Source: USA Today | After the ceremony, Kerry met with Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez at the State Department. Kerry said that although the two nations differ on basic issues ranging from human rights to political systems, both will be better served by engagement rather than estrangement.