RETAIL EARTHQUAKE: All these big-name stores closing

The cabal switched the time on this so it would get buried right behind the last post up. Now why would they do that..  What did we say or publish on this one,  that made them do that???  Maybe its the underground issue, or WND issue.  We will see, I am sure.
***Fund raising - Well, as I suspected this new venture I am on has a training period and then a period of selling and only after its all said and done, you get paid.  I am still in training, but its actually surprisingly good and the company is highly ethical and employee supportive so I have high hopes on this, but until I can get that first pay check, I knew I might have to do fund raising one more time.  Soooo, here I am again asking you to donate to help meet the deficit of $300 by the first of the month.  

Thanks to a faithful reader and supporter, our deficit is now down to $300 due by the first of the month.  We wish to give you a heartfelt thanks for your donation and support.

I am confident that next month will be different.   I honestly think I will do well at it.  So help me get there so I don't have to do this asking/begging again.  If you appreciate the work we do and it has been of benefit to you, then we ask that you help us out by donating at the Pay pal button off to the right of this blog.  Thank you for all your support and God Bless you and yours for this coming new Year.  

Vatic Note:   I put this up because it has been proven to me more than once that World Net Daily or WND is indeed a disinfo site, working for the Zionists.  How do I know?  Well, several ways..... first of all, they have a reporter stationed in Israel and no where else except here in the states.  So why do they have such a deep interest in Israel?  Are they financially supported by some zionist foundation?

The second reason I know, is because I have been banned very many times and called "anti-semitic" for speaking and PROVING the truth about the Zionist khazars and what they are doing internationally.  They censored every single one of my proofs, proving the international bankers were behind so much of what is going on.

They then banned me the third time I tried to post proofs again.  They censor and gutted the comments and proofs, and then called me anti-semitic, which is their way, AS STATED IN THE PROTOCOLS, of trying to distract the readers from such truth, by slurring the messanger.  Its an old tactic.   WND has become very good at it. 

Now to the subject of this bogus disinfo article.   I believe these retail stores are shutting down because the upper echelon of the companies are going underground.   Think about it..... Have you ever heard of this many major retain chains at different markets all going out of business at the same time????  I have not, so I doubt anyone else has either.  Who owns most of these chains?  Right, the Zionist khazars.

Watch and see if 'bankers' are not on their boards of Directors.   I found that to be the case in just about every field, such as MSM,  Military industrial complex companies,  Insurance like AIG that we bailed out in 2008.  And Nancy "Levy" Pelosi owned mega shares of AIG.

She got bailed out and never disclosed her conflict of interest before presenting it to the house for voting.  That is a jail time crime. Insider information and non disclosure of her owning shares of that which was bailed out by the taxpayers.  Big time crime.   Martha Stewart spent jail time for a lot less than what Pelosi did. 

I truly hope I am wrong, but I doubt it.  They are almost finished stocking up their underground facilities,  now they are just finishing up putting pipes in to lakes and streams for their water supply and when that is done, they will all disappear.  Watch and see.   Bet the bankers go as well.  The good news is, we know what WND is, and thus we can see their objective.  FEAR PORN TO GET US DIVIDED AND IRRATIONAL.  We are one of the most effective fighting forces in the world, but not when we are in fear and scared.

Courage, and righteous anger will cure that.  

RETAIL EARTHQUAKE: All these big-name stores closing

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WASHINGTON – Christmas is over. Now get out.

That was the word this week as two of the nation’s giant retailers announced to employees and shoppers the closings of dozens of stores.
Macy’s is closing 14 of its 790 stores across the country.
JCPenney is closing 39 of its stores and laying off 2,250 workers.
And that’s just the beginning of the retail earthquake hitting America, say analysts.

“I believe that we are on the verge of a number of business failures of specialty retailers as well as some national general retailers which in turn will have a domino effect on those dealing with the retail industry,” says bankruptcy expert Chuck Tatelbaum. “Because of the changes in buying habits of U.S. consumers, as a result of the continuing hesitancy to spend, the 2014 holiday season was not sufficiently successful for many retailers that have either over expanded, fell out of favor or had insufficient capital and merchandise.”
The last few years have not been kind to major store chains. Many once revered brands have been closing stores. Apparently some were only staying open through the Christmas season, which will prove to be their last.
“Our business is rapidly evolving in response to changes in the way customers are shopping across stores, desktops, tablets and smartphones,” explained Terry Lundren, Macy’s chief executive officer. “We must continue to invest in our business to focus on where the customer is headed – to prepare for what’s next.”
Sears has been around for 122 years, but it, too, is closing 235 under-performing stores. Sears and Kmart lost $296 million in 2014.

Sears Holdings, which has more than 1,830 Sears and Kmart stores, said in its earnings announcement that the company “expects to migrate the shopping activity of highly engaged members who previously shopped closed stores to alternative channels.”
During 2014, Sears Holdings closed about 200 of the Sears and Kmart stores.
Even chic newer retailers are closing their doors. C. Wonder, the preppy retailer, is going out of business, closing all 11 of its U.S. stores in the next few weeks.
Wet Seal is closing 338 retail stores while dealing with bankruptcy proceedings. Nearly 3,700 full- and part-time workers will be unemployed.

“This was a very difficult decision to make, but after reviewing many other options since I returned to the company in September, our financial condition leaves us no other alternative than to close these stores,” Wet Seal chief executive Ed Thomas said in a statement.

But Wet Seal employees didn’t take the news well. Employees at several stores posted large signs in the store windows. One said: “Our Mission Statement: We lie to our employees to hide the fact that yes, we’re closing and gave no notice.”
For many workers, like those at Wet Seal, there is no severance pay and no compensation for accrued vacation time.

Aeropostale, suffering from declining sales, closed 75 stores during the holiday season, which runs from November through January. And in 2015, they expect to close an additional 50 to 75 stores.

RadioShack, which is negotiating with lenders to gain approval to shutter 1,100 stores, said last month that it closed 175 locations in 2014.
Online shopping is most often cited as the major problem for brick-and-mortar retail stores. Online sales now account for about 13 percent of all retail sales.

The Associated Press reported the JCPenney stores closing are in:
GEORGIA: Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth, LaGrange Mall in LaGrange, Walnut Square Mall in Dalton
IOWA: Crossroads Shopping Center in Waterloo, Southbridge Mall in Mason City, Westland Mall in West Burlington
ILLINOIS: Northland Plaza in DeKalb, Quincy Mall in Quincy
INDIANA: Marquette Mall in Michigan City
MASSACHUSETTS: Hanover Mall in Hanover, Silver City Galleria in Taunton
MICHIGAN: Adrian South Mall in Adrian
NEW JERSEY: Cumberland Mall in Vineland
NEW YORK: Hudson Valley Mall in Kingston
NORTH CAROLINA: Parkwood Mall in Wilson, Randolph Mall in Asheboro, Signal Hill Mall in Statesville, Southgate Mall in Elizabeth City
OHIO: Eastland Mall in Columbus, North Towne Plaza in Greenville, Upper Valley Mall in Springfield
OREGON: Pony Village Mall in North Bend
PENNSYLVANIA: Chambersburg Mall in Chambersburg, Granite Run Mall in Media, Nittany Mall in State College, Susquehanna Valley Mall in Hummels Wharf, York Galleria in York
RHODE ISLAND: Providence Place Mall in Providence
SOUTH CAROLINA: Aiken Mall in Aiken, Inlet Square Mall in Murrells Inlet
SOUTH DAKOTA: Lakewood Mall in Aberdeen
TEXAS: Market Square Mall in Brenham
VIRGINIA: Manassas Mall in Manassas, the Marquis in Williamsburg
VERMONT: Diamond Run Mall in Rutland, St. Albans Shopping Center in St. Albans
WISCONSIN: Aviation Plaza in Oshkosh, Regency Mall in Racine, Shawano Plaza in Shawano

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