Thursday, July 09, 2009

The Wicked Tool (4-26-09)

It is said of Nebuchadnezzar that he was a wicked man and yet he was also a tool in the hand of God. David reiterates this truth in Psalms 17. If this is a spiritual fact and truth how is it that you who find me wicked are justified in your complaint? Has God changed? Is He not free to change tools from generation to generation? If I am a tool in the hand of God who with all my beguiling charm seduced you to your own harm can God not make it to your benefit? If you are His beloved child will this not be His way?

On the other hand what if wicked men like Alsup are God’s tools and I am on your side. Is your complaint anymore justified. What comes across in your complaint is unbelief. Funny how in the same breath of your unbelief you accuse me of unbelief. Who is it that commits his way to the providence of Christ? He who suffers without complaint or He who does not trust God with His tools? If you find unbelief in your heart, repent. In this you show God that you love Him. I am not your enemy it is unbelief. If I am as you suspect and God used my wickedness to touch His beloved what punishment awaits me. You have your vindication at inception. If I am not maybe we should trust the Lord as brothers. You make the call. One final thought: wicked men have never encouraged others to trust in the Lord.


BigO said...

Amen, from the start i felt in my lean heart the the good Lord led both you and Scott to my family, and five years later i still hold fast!!!!!!

to God be the glory for all the things he has done, and to all who left the team and are now in the nosebleed section with your binoculars watching to see what is going to happen next, stay tuned !!!"GOD IS NOT MOCKED WHATSOEVER A MAN PLANT HE SHALL ALSO REAP !!!!!

BIG"O" 1+1+1=1


near the end said...

It's funny how all those's idiots on here said that people were going to have title issue's when they went to ref. or sell there home or get the house back in there name.

My sister had no problem's quickclaim went fast and easy; She got a line of credit no problem and she just sold her home and closed last week. What liar's.

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mike prince said...

Can some one give me a good update. How about Dr. Fred. Some one.

Yetter said...

I haven't heard from Dr Fred my self in a long while, he must have his reasons. Fact is the presiding judge left holes big enough to drive a truck through. That is where the battle is being fought at the present time, of course that is unofficial.

judge allslop said...

Speaking of the wicked tool,the Dark Side admits it has a tool to manipulate the world commodity and gold markets, upsetting international flows of capital and possibly causing bankruptcies, market panic and bubbles, but so far where are the subpoenas?

Goldman Sachs Loses Grip on Its Doomsday Machine: Jonathan Weil
Commentary by Jonathan Weil

July 9 (Bloomberg) — Never let it be said that the Justice Department can’t move quickly when it gets a hot tip about an alleged crime at a Wall Street bank. It does help, though, if the party doing the complaining is the bank itself, and not merely an aggrieved customer. Another plus is if the bank tells the feds the security of the U.S. financial markets is at stake. This brings us to the strange tale of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. And Sergey Aleynikov. Aleynikov, 39, is the former Goldman computer programmer who was arrested on theft charges July 3 as he stepped off a flight at Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey. That was two days after Goldman told the government he had stolen its secret, rapid-fire, stock- and commodities-trading software in early June during his last week as a Goldman employee. Prosecutors say Aleynikov uploaded the program code to an unidentified Web site server in Germany. It wasn’t just Goldman that faced imminent harm if Aleynikov were to be released, Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Facciponti told a federal magistrate judge at his July 4 bail hearing in New York. The 34-year-old prosecutor also dropped this bombshell: “The bank has raised the possibility that there is a danger that somebody who knew how to use this program could use it to manipulate markets in unfair ways.” How could somebody do this? The precise answer isn’t obvious — we’re talking about a black-box trading system here. And Facciponti didn’t elaborate. You don’t need a Goldman Sachs doomsday machine to manipulate markets, of course. A false rumor expertly planted using an ordinary telephone often will do just fine. In any event, the judge rejected Facciponti’s argument that Aleynikov posed a danger to the community, and ruled he could go free on $750,000 bail. He was released July 6.

judge allslop said...

Barron’s describing how the shorts benefited after AIG’s reverse stock split last week. "Immediately following the 20-to-1 reverse split, the stock continued to fall another 52% from around $23 to $11. The shorts are having a field day."
"AIG May Have Zero Value After Rescue."
General Electric has finally been revealed as "a financial company masquerading as an industrial conglomerate".
George Ortel, the manager of an independent research firm, believes $2 represents fair value for GE common stock. I expect the shorts will devour GE the same way buzzards devour dead carcasses.

habakkuk said...

Theres a shift happening. Can you feel it? Hang in there Kurt and Scott.

judge allslop said...

How much Gold is missing from the COMEX?,only the US Govt crime syndicate knows for sure. How comfortable are you with your "Honest Abe" gold certificates? In this world the only depository you can have faith in is the "Vault of You!".

Missing gold could have left mint in liquid form
Experts speculate on how $15M in bullion slipped past elaborate security
OTTAWA — Was gold worth $15 million stolen from the Royal Canadian Mint dissolved in liquid, rendering it invisible to metal detectors? Two gold-refining industry sources say gold chloride dissolved in an acid solution can be unrecognizable to metal detectors like those guarding the mint’s high-security Sussex Drive refinery. “It could be taken out in that form … in a liquid chemical form,” says one U.S. refining executive. A similar method was used to hide two Nobel laureates’ gold medals from the Nazis when Germany occupied Denmark in 1940. The mint dissolves gold in hydrochloric acid as part of the process to refine the precious metal to 99.99- and 99.999-per-cent purity, the finest gold in the world. The process electro-chemically disintegrates the metal into imperceptible particles of gold chloride suspended in the black-coloured acid solution. “Being a high security facility, the mint does not discuss its various security procedures and protocols,” says Christine Aquino, mint spokeswoman. “But I can confirm that we have methods to detect such a liquid.” The alternative, spiriting even miniscule quantities of solid gold from one of Ottawa’s most secure buildings, seems all but impossible, save for a Hollywood gold-heist plot, which seems almost as improbable.

judge allslop said...

hahahahah$$$$$Four Wall Street banks, which received $15-25 billion each from the taxpayers, have rejected California’s IOUs because the State is supposedly a bad credit risk.$$$$$$$hahahahahah

Dr. H Fred said...

Dear Ones:

Things are still being done in order to bring about the “Justice” that is deserving to those that have been in the forefront of this continuing battle. There is not a day that goes by that we are not doing something to bring this battle to the right conclusion. We (Deborah and I) visited with Kurt during the 4th holiday and it was a splendid and enlightening visit and that we went away more blessed then when we went in to see him. Just as a particle update I am glad to give on this Blog some of what has been happening. The ninth circuit proffered lawyers to handle Kurt and Scott’s appeal. As you would suspect the lawyers are nothing to write home about. Nevertheless Scott’s attorney tents to be the oddball and really see the opportunity to make a difference at this time being in this milieu. Kurt’s lawyer has proven herself to as worthless as paps on a bull. The one has submitted a brief on June 3rd and it’s submission will or should be reviewed with in the next 90 days. It clearly shows Alsup as a buffoon, incapable of ruling over his courtroom and likewise unable to be neural with regard to the defense. This lawyer is allowing Kurt a great deal of participation in the preparation of her submission to the 9th by preparing and submitting the many “Structural Errors” in the trial . In the mean time Scott has been placed in the “Hole” and to date we know not why. Nevertheless to most this would be punishment but to Scott it is a time to reflect on the things of God and how he might be even a greater blessing in the place where he is. It does however curtail his ability to communicate my telephone or e-mail. So we do a great deal of writing and communicating in that manner. A few months ago Scott with the aid of an associate filed a great deal of paperwork that I did not understand but got filed and Wednesday two weeks ago the associate got thrown out of jail with an attempt to erase that he has ever been there. Now that he is out he is working to get his buddy Scott out. Under the current sentencing Scott has done more than 300% of his sentence. Need I say that once this is done and we get to go to the plaintiff side therein will the battle be ours to win all the settlements we has spoke of many times? Dr. Larry Bates, told me just weeks ago that the persons that were the “Whistleblowers” concerning the mortgage industry got to go to jail and those responsible for the total programme are given stimulus packages and bonus for all they’ve done. We still regard your prayers as invaluable and necessary to our eventual victory, likewise to those of you that have been naysayers there are no events that will bring truth to you and it matters not what you say or think. I like my son Kurt and my like-son and brother Scott still maintain the initial promises given us are the two scriptures that follow... Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. And Isaiah 54:17 No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.

We still have a need for someone that can be a “Webmaster” to the first phase and someone that knows how and has the ability to broadcast the updates to the client base.


Just another piece of clay on the Potter’s wheel;

Dr. H. Fred

Yetter said...

Gracias amigo.Of the current situation with Scott and Kurt, Jules winfield said it best when he quoted Ezekiel 25.17. "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who in the name of charity and good will shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the LORD when I lay my vengeance upon thee."

Yetter said...

How does this compare to 47 yrs for allegedly stealing 500k.

NEW YORK, July 13 (Xinhua) — A New York lawyer was sentenced to 20 years in prison Monday for financial fraud, following arch swindler Bernard Madoff’s imprisonment of 150 years last month. Marc Dreier, a lawyer in Manhattan, admitted he had stole more than 46 million dollars from hedge funds by selling them fake promissory notes.

posthigh said...

Beyond the cross:

Jesus was an unusually cheerful person, but he was not a blind and unreasoning optimist. His constant word of exhortation was, “Be of good cheer.” He could maintain this confident attitude because of his unswerving trust in God and his unshakable confidence in man. He was always touchingly considerate of all men because he loved them and believed in them. Still he was always true to
his convictions and magnificently firm in his devotion to the doing of his Father’s will.
The Master was always generous. He never grew weary of saying, “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Said he, “Freely
you have received, freely give.” And yet, with all of his unbounded generosity, he was never wasteful or extravagant. He taught that
you must believe to receive salvation. “For every one who seeks shall receive.”
He was candid, but always kind. Said he, “If it were not so, I would have told you.” He was frank, but always friendly. He was
outspoken in his love for the sinner and in his hatred for sin. But throughout all this amazing frankness he was unerringly fair.
Jesus was consistently cheerful, notwithstanding he sometimes drank deeply of the cup of human sorrow. He fearlessly faced the realities of existence, yet was he filled with enthusiasm for the gospel of the kingdom. But he controlled his enthusiasm; it never controlled him. He was unreservedly dedicated to “the Father’s business.” This divine enthusiasm led his unspiritual brethren to think he was beside himself, but the onlooking universe appraised him as the model of sanity and the pattern of supreme mortal devotion to the high standards of spiritual living. And his controlled enthusiasm was contagious; his associates were constrained to
share his divine optimism.
This man of Galilee was not a man of sorrows; he was a soul of gladness. Always was he saying, “Rejoice and be exceedingly
glad.” But when duty required, he was willing to walk courageously through the “valley of the shadow of death.” He was gladsome
but at the same time humble.
His courage was equaled only by his patience. When pressed to act prematurely, he would only reply, “My hour has not yet come.” He was never in a hurry; his composure was sublime. But he was often indignant at evil, intolerant of sin. He was often mightily moved to resist that which was inimical to the welfare of his children on earth. But his indignation against sin never led to anger at the sinner.
His courage was magnificent, but he was never foolhardy. His watchword was, “Fear not.” His bravery was lofty and his
courage often heroic. But his courage was linked with discretion and controlled by reason. It was courage born of faith, not the
recklessness of blind presumption. He was truly brave but never audacious.
The Master was a pattern of reverence. The prayer of even his youth began, “Our Father who is in heaven, hallowed be your name.” He was even respectful of the faulty worship of his fellows. But this did not deter him from making attacks on religious traditions or assaulting errors of human belief. He was reverential of true holiness, and yet he could justly appeal to his fellows,
saying, “Who among you convicts me of sin?”
Jesus was great because he was good, and yet he fraternized with the little children. He was gentle and unassuming in his personal life, and yet he was the perfected man of a universe. His associates called him Master unbidden.
Jesus was the perfectly unified human personality. And today, as in Galilee, he continues to unify mortal experience and to coordinate
human endeavors. He unifies life, ennobles character, and simplifies experience. He enters the human mind to elevate, transform, and transfigure it. It is literally true: “If any man has Christ Jesus within him, he is a new creature; old things are passing away; behold, all things are becoming new.”

judge allslop said...

If they are not entering one million orders in minutes, they monopolize (manipulate or pre-know) the information.These con artists build nothing of merit and destroy everything they touch. There is no concept of building businesses that actually make products, produce food or mine something.

U.S. Tightens Its Derivatives Vise

The Justice Department’s investigation into credit-default swaps is homing in on the role of Markit Group Holdings Ltd. and its ownership by a group of banks that control a large amount of pricing information in the $26 trillion market. In recent weeks, the Justice Department’s antitrust division contacted Markit and several large banks that own the company, seeking information on the banks’ ownership of Markit and what data they provide to the company, according to people familiar with the matter. The interest of the Justice Department reflects the growth of credit derivatives from an obscure corner of the credit markets into a world-wide business that is drawing increased scrutiny. As the market grew, Markit became the dominant provider of pricing and information. The probe dovetails with a push by the Obama administration for more transparency in the market, which was blamed for helping deepen the credit crisis last year. Credit-default swaps are effectively insurance contracts designed to protect investors against losses on bonds or loans. The contracts are now more often used as a tool to speculate on the health of an issuer. Investors and competitors have groused about the dominance of Markit and its owners, which comprise the top dealers in the credit-derivatives markets, including J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Credit Suisse Group. They complain that Markit has access to key pricing information that is handed to it by banks, preventing them from producing competing products. As well, Markit runs key indexes that now account for much of the trading in the market. Other companies are able to utilize banks’ credit-default swaps data for product sales.

judge allslop said...

Think about what this disaster means to those on retirement. Now think about Wall Street firms releasing huge earning and bonuses. What is wrong with this picture as unemployment grows?You think you this bunch would bury their earnings in respect for the pain and suffering they have caused the average man. sociopaths have no such motivation. They are rubbing their earnings in the faces of the suffering homeless.

Goldman Sachs Welfare Kings driving Ferrari’s
July 15, 10:51 AM

I am rapidly losing my patience with Wall Street’s sense of entitlement to rob us blind and our governments complicity in the theft. A New York Times editorial today began, "Unemployment is rising, foreclosures are surging and lending is still restrained." What the Times concluded is that things are much worse than people thought.Some experts believe the real unemployment rate, counting those working part time who want full time work and can’t find it and those who have stopped looking because they can’t find work may be approaching 20%. The Times concludes that if the Obama Administration is serious about helping home owners in foreclosure than we need to revisit allowing bankruptcy judges to modify loans otherwise banks have an incentive to seek foreclosure because that is more profitable to them.One of the reasons is that foreclosures allow banks to postpone taking a loss until the process is complete. This process that can take over one year. Then there is Goldman Sachs, which represents the arrogance and sense of absolute entitlement that only Marie Antoinette could fathom. With this economic news they announced record profits and a willingness to pay out 18 billion to employee’s in compensation. The problem is that as Les Leopold shows on Huffington Post in an article entitled Happy Days are here again ( Here = Wall Street ), it is you and I who will actually be forking out the 18 billion or $600,000.00 per employee. Mr Leopold notes, " Firms like Goldman’s created new fantasy finance products that eventually crashed the whole world’s economy." To cover this they took out what amounts to insurance policies from AIG but because insurance has legal aspects and regulation, they called these insurance policies credit default swaps which are, of course, not regulated.

judge allslop said...


Should CIT be allowed to go bankrupt the impact around the country on small to medium sized employers would be disastrous. This alone could cause the second phase of this disaster. Just like the fall of Lehman Brothers that stabbed the financials directly in the heart, you have to ask yourself how much intent is involved in this total rollover of business as CIT’s failure stabs the real economy directly in the heart.

CIT Rescue Talks Collapse
Impact on Small Firms Feared if Lender Fails; Stress Test Finds Need for $4 Billion
JULY 16, 2009

Ailing business lender CIT Group Inc. said Wednesday "there is no appreciable likelihood" it will receive fresh government support in the near future, marking the first time since the collapse of Lehman Brothers that the U.S. has declined to aid a struggling financial company of significant scope and size. What happens next will be a major test of whether the financial system and economy are sufficiently healed to absorb CIT’s problems. The company is a source of funding for thousands of small and midsize businesses. It’s also a big player providing cash advances to clothing manufacturers and suppliers, and credit …