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Message From Phoenix ~ Matrix Update

Listen .. Phoenix Welcomes Back Dr. Simon Atkins, Tuesday, July 22nd 2014 @8:00 PM EST - "Top 10 Predictions Into 2015: How To Prosper"

Iraq .. The House of Representatives postpone today’s session to tomorrow

Another Massacre in Gaza, This Time in Khan Younis (Press Release Ministry Of Health, Gaza)

Invitations to combat money laundering; Because it's harmful to the national economy

The Ten Plagues That Are Hitting America Right Now

July 22nd, 2014

The Ten Plagues That Are Hitting America Right Now

Why are so many plagues hitting the United States all of a sudden?  Yes, one can always point out bad stuff that is happening somewhere in the country, but right now we are facing a nightmarish combination of crippling drought, devastating wildfires, disastrous viruses, dying crops and superbugs that scientists don’t know how to kill.  And as you will see, we even have a plague of flies down in Mississippi.  So what in the world is going on?  Is this just a case of bad luck, or is something else happening?  At the conclusion of this article, please feel free to tell me what you think.  The following are ten plagues that are hitting America right now…



July 22, 2014


Hours before Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced he would send National Guard troops to the border, Texas state Senator Dan Patrick said there are at least 100,000 illegal immigrant gang members in the state.

On Monday’s The Laura Ingraham Show, Patrick, who is also the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, said from 2008 to 2012, 143,000 illegal immigrant criminals were arrested and jailed in Texas. He said these were “hardened criminals, gang members, and other criminals that we identified as being in Texas illegally.”

“We charged them with 447,000 crimes, a half-million crimes in four years, just in Texas, including over 5,000 rapes and 2,000 murders,” Patrick said. “We estimate we have 100,000 gang members here illegally.”

Patrick also observed during his trips to the border and detention centers that many of the “young children” are teenagers and with parents and family members. He said there is a concern that some are “gang members” and that potential terrorists can exploit the porous border.


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United States: 2014 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Press Release

July 23, 2014

United States: 2014 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Press Release
Summary: Focus. The 2014 Article IV Consultation focused on five broad themes to strengthen the recovery and improve the long-term outlook: raising productivity growth and labor force participation, confronting poverty, keeping public debt on a sustained downward path, smoothly managing the exit from zero policy rates, and securing a safer financial system. 

Main policy issues. • Policies are needed to boost longer-term potential output through investments in infrastructure, raising educational outcomes, improving the tax structure, and developing and expanding a skilled labor force (including through immigration reform, job training, and providing childcare assistance for working families). • Forging agreement on a credible, medium-term consolidation plan should be a high priority and include steps to lower the growth of health care costs, reform social security, and increase revenues. In the absence of such a comprehensive agreement, efforts should still focus on identifying more modest opportunities to relax the near- term budget envelope, paid for with future fiscal savings. • An enduring consequence of the past recession has been a jump in the number of families living in poverty. Improved employment prospects and economic growth will be essential to reverse this upward movement. An expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit and an increase in the minimum wage should also be part of the solution. • The goal for monetary policy is to manage the exit from zero interest rates in a manner that allows the economy to converge to full employment with stable prices while avoiding financial instability and negative spillovers to the global economy. This is a complex undertaking. To facilitate it, steps could be taken to expand the Fed’s communications toolkit so as to provide greater clarity on how the Federal Open Market Committee assesses progress toward its longer-run goals. • Continued regulatory oversight is needed to counter the emergence of financial imbalances, particularly those that may be growing outside of the banking system. Policies should also be deployed to keep mortgage credit accessible and attract more private capital into housing finance while minimizing risks to taxpayers. • The U.S. external position is assessed to be broadly consistent with medium-term fundamentals and desirable policies.


IMF Executive Board Concludes 2014 Article IV Consultation with the United States

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United States: 2014 Article IV Consultation-Staff Report; Press Release

July 23, 2014

IMF Executive Board Concludes 2014 Article IV Consultation with the United States

On July 22, 2014, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation with the United States.1

Economic activity in the U.S. accelerated in the second half of 2013, but an unusually harsh winter conspired with other factors—including an inventory correction, a still-struggling housing market, and slower external demand—caused momentum to fade in early 2014, leading to a contraction in growth of 2.9 percent in the first quarter.

Over the past few months, however, a broad-based improvement appears to be unfolding as evidenced by stronger employment and industrial production numbers. Looking ahead, activity is projected to accelerate in the remainder of this year to well-above potential (in the 3–3½ percent range), although the drag on growth from the first quarter contraction will not be offset. This means growth for the year as a whole will be a disappointing 1.7 percent. 

More positively, barring unforeseen shocks, 2015 growth should accelerate to the fastest annual pace since 2005, propelled by strong consumption growth, a declining fiscal drag, a pickup in residential investment, and easy financial conditions.

Risks around this outlook include slowing growth in emerging markets, oil price spikes related to events in Ukraine and Iraq, and earlier-than-expected interest rate rises. However, as confidence in the recovery picks up, nonresidential investment could grow more than expected and labor force participation could bounce back.

Looking at the medium term, potential growth is forecast to average just above 2 percent for the next several years, significantly below the historic average growth rate. 

This downgrade reflects the effects of an aging population and more modest prospects for productivity growth. This makes it critical for the authorities to take immediate steps to raise productivity, encourage innovation, augment human and physical capital, and increase labor force participation. 

Moreover, recent growth has not been particularly inclusive, with the latest data pointing to almost 50 million Americans living in poverty (as shown by the Census Bureau’s supplemental poverty measure) and the official poverty rate stuck above 15 percent despite the ongoing recovery. 

In terms of policy actions, the Federal Reserve has made important and substantive efforts to increase transparency and has adopted an adaptable approach to communication. The recent shift to qualitative forward guidance provides the Fed with greater flexibility but puts an even higher premium on clear and systematic communication to guide expectations. 

On the fiscal side, following the debt ceiling brinkmanship and the government shutdown in October 2013, the Bipartisan Budget Act and the subsequent raising of the debt ceiling were important steps to reduce fiscal risks. However, the need for a medium-term fiscal adjustment to ensure a downward path for the public debt remains. 

On the financial side, progress has been achieved on variety of fronts, including implementing the Dodd Frank Act, finalizing the Volcker rule, and designating another systemic important financial institution. 

In addition, the U.S. recently put in place a rule to require foreign bank organizations over a certain size to incorporate as holding companies, a move that aligns the treatment of foreign and U.S. banks that are operating in the U.S. and eliminates an existing regulatory distortion.

Executive Board Assessment2

'We will react to NATO build-up!' Key Putin quotes from defense policy address

July 23, 2014 

'We will react to NATO build-up!' Key Putin quotes from defense policy address

Moscow will respond to NATO’s expansion towards Russia’s borders, President Vladimir Putin said at the emergency Security Council meeting in Moscow. Here are his key quotes on Russia’s defense, Western sanctions, and violence in eastern Ukraine.


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Another Massacre in Gaza, This Time in Khan Younis (Press Release Ministry Of Health, Gaza)

July 23, 2014

Another Massacre in Gaza, This Time in Khan Younis



Another massacre is underway in Khan Younis, where relentless Israeli shelling and sniper fire are wreaking death and destruction on all that moves in the zone east of Khan Younis city.

The villages of Khuza’a, Al Fukhari, Abasan Alkabir, Abasan Al Sa’ir, Jarara, and Bani Suhela received no warning of the attacks, and no warnings to evacuate before the bombardment began at around 11pm last night.

The intensity of Israeli shelling around the Algerian Hospital in Abasan Alkabir shattered its windows, and led to its evacuation, leaving only the emergency department operational.

Despite residents’ frantic calls to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) for help in finding a safe route and safe vehicles to escape, the ICRC was unable to get a response from Israeli authorities until dawn today, when five bodies and 17 injured were retrieved and taken to Nasser Hospital in Khan Younis.

An unknown number of dead and injured remain behind, as ambulances are prevented access.

Israeli military has declared the Khuza’a area a closed military zone, preventing even medics from entering it, but reports from Khuza’a stated 12 dead by morning.

The casualties in other villages are unable to be established at this time. Random shelling continues unabated, and Israeli snipers inside houses are attacking anything that moves.

Homes are being destroyed over the heads of entire families. Thousands have been displaced, many fleeing to the Nasser and European Gaza Hospitals.

Even hospitals are not safe, however. Monday’s attack on Al Aqsa hospital has left staff and patients alike fearing for their lives even within medical facilities.

The reality is that there is no safe sanctuary, for residents, patients or health personnel alike.

As they did in Shujaiyah, the Israeli military is indiscriminately attacking civilians.

As they did in Shujaiyah, the Israelis military is refusing to provide humanitarian access to the dead and injured, in clear breach of humanitarian law.

As they did in Shujaiyah, the Israeli military is committing war crimes, with apparent impunity.

The Ministry of Health Gaza demands that the international community require the Israeli military to

1.       Immediately cease all attacks on civilian targets in Gaza;

2.       Immediately cease all attacks on medical facilities and personnel in Gaza;

3.       Immediately provides access to the dead and injured, as required by international humanitarian law.


Demise of the Dollar Quickening: Turkish PM Cuts Ties With US, Mulls De-Dollarization With Russia

July 22, 2014

Demise of the Dollar Quickening: Turkish PM Cuts Ties With US, Mulls De-Dollarization With Russia

As Turkey’s graft probe continues (which the Prime Minister believes is a conspiracy – fact or not – created by The West), AP reports that Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he no longer holds “direct” telephone conversations with U.S. President Barack Obama, suggesting a rift between the leaders who were once close. What is perhaps even more concerning is Turkey’s recent de-dollarization discussions with Russia to move to settlement in local currencies. It appears ‘allies’ are falling by the way-side quicker than many thought…


Message From Phoenix ~ Matrix Update

July 23rd. The Matrix of Information - No change in the data from July 16th.

The Matrix still indicates all of the above...including Maliki as next Prime Minister.

Note: The marker of "the shot heard around the world" may indeed be an event that may be tied to the impending WWIII and may have a historical replication of the same type of events leading up to WW1.

This of course would be classic "historical replication".

Will update as needed.