Tuesday, October 4, 2016


Two posts today, this one and AMERICA TROUBLED and JASON A below.

It is clear that Deutsche Bank bears watching. In the following article, Could Deutsche Bank crisis cause the EU to collapse? The Commentator points out something that seems to line up with what David Wilkerson wrote in his book The Vision in 1973.

Excerpt (emphasis mine):

It had been assumed the largest threat to Europe’s banking system would come from the Italian banks, with their £300 billion worth of bad debts. Yet it is the crash in value of the shares and bonds of Deutsche Bank, resulting in part from the $15 billion (£10.8 billion) fine proposed by the U.S. Department of Justice for the German bank’s mis-selling mortgage-backed securities in 2005-07, which now presents the biggest threat to the Euro and to the EU as a whole.

Excerpt from The Vision (emphasis mine):

Although economic actions in Europe will trigger the coming recession, the United States will be blamed by most nations for what happens. . . . Politicians and businessmen in Europe and Japan will place the blame on Washington and the American bankers.

Economic warnings:

Is Deutsche Bank Insolvent?

Italy Prepares For "Impact From Hypothetical Worsening" Of Deutsche Bank "Crisis"

Options Market Predicts Deutsche Bank Stock Will CRASH! Bank Holiday and Capital Controls!

The End of Dollar Dominance?

War warnings:

Shia fighters join Assad’s troops to prepare for final assault on Aleppo

War Peril looms as Obama/Clinton Russia ‘Reset’ Policy in Ruins

Putin suspends nuclear pact with U.S.

Russian TV News Drips With Contempt for Weakened Obama and His ‘Horse Manure’; mocks Hillary's age

40 Million Russians To Take Part In "Nuclear Disaster" Drill, Days After US General Warns Of War With Moscow

Earthquake warnings:

RARE Megaquake warning issued from USGS

Hurricane warning:

Matthew Slamming Hispaniola; Southeast U.S. Landfall a Growing Threat

Why The 'Blob' East Of Hurricane Matthew's Eye Should Concern Us (Forbes)

Hurricane Matthew Is Now Something to Worry US

Hurricane Matthew strikes Haiti; Florida, N.C. declare states of emergency