3 Mar 2012

world currency

In the economic field, unfortunately, there is a high hypocrisy apparently in an international network of European and U.S. competition. The U.S. is in worst situation than it is the euro. The euro, however, is political instability and precisely there in lies the biggest problem. The global dollar bubble is that gripped developments. The undermining of the European Union and European cohesion is exactly the weak links in southern Europe.
The dollar -and must make this clear- it has to do with the following information, which we have today. Artificially appreciated against the euro, without any substance. The current cumulative deficit stood at U.S. $ 1.56 trillion, 10.6% of U.S. GDP. We did not see austerity measures. We saw endless paper cut! We saw to cut
$ 1.3 trillion the previous period, to cover their deficits and the House and Senate took decisions sequentially, to cover just this trick. There was an increase of U.S. debt to
$ 12.394 trillion!

Greek Citizen Appeals to ICC Against Greece’s Political Leadership for “Genocide”

A Greek citizen, Christina Salemi, resident of Chalkida, appeals to the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court of the Hague and sues President Kaloros Papoulias, current PM Lucas Papademos, former PM George Papandreou and Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos for genocide of the Greek people. In her letter, Salemi accuses Greece’s political leadership of genocide and crimes against the Greeks, that were committed after October 5th, 2009. She writes:

Conspiracy Theories? "the establishment, the government are the conspirators"

New World Order: Blueprint of Madmen "hidden in plain view" - from Dallas, Texas

Why Warren Buffett hates gold? Ned Naylor Leyland and Max Keiser

In this edition of 'On the Edge' Max interviews Ned Naylor Leyland from Cheviot Asset Management. He talks about the latest on precious metals market, agricultural markets and Norway's economic crisis.

D.I.C.s and Hackers - Max Keiser with Andy Bichlbaum

The Stratfor bimbo, the bank that is in bed with it and Wikileaks as the modern day Gutenberg press. In the second half of the show, Max talks to Andy Bichlbaum of TheYesMen.org about Stratfor, culture jamming and targeting the system's bottom line. Source

ACTA in UK: 10 years in jail for a download?

UK web surfers have caught a grim glimpse of the future with Internet users being threatened with 10 years in jail for "illegal downloading" after a prominent music file-sharing site was shut down shortly after Britain signed the notorious ACTA bill.

"How Did You Not Notice 24-Year-Olds Were Being Paid $2 Million A Year Who Clearly Didn’t Know Anything?”

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Michael Lewis' scathing, aphoristic, uber-sarcastic style need no introduction. As such we will leave this brief clip from Slate, in which The Big Short author is asked how to avoid a new financial crisis, without much commentary (the answer is that under the current status quo system it is impossible to guarantee no more financial collapses, even if Glass-Steagall were to be unwound, but that is the topic for another story), suffice to point out the punchline: "future generations will wonder, “How did you not notice 24-year-olds were being paid $2 million a year who clearly didn’t know anything?” That pretty much sums it up right there. Source

Western bloodlust: Assad days ‘numbered’, ‘day of reckoning’ for ‘disgraceful’ regime

Statements from Western leaders on Syria have grown harsh, if not menacing, as criticisms of the Bashar Assad government are unleashed and regime change becomes a common theme.
The fury and thirst for blood can be heard around the world as Washington and Brussels make their views known on how the conflict in Syria should be resolved. The noose began tightening around Damascus after reports emerged in the previous week that several foreign journalists were killed and injured in a siege of the rebel stronghold Homs. And now, Western officials are taking advantage of the incident as an excuse for openly calling for the removal of Assad and his government. The new labels for the country’s president and his regime are growing creative in their severity.

‘Medieval barbarity’ condemned from the UK

Responsibility for the “medieval barbarity” in Syria lies solely with the country’s leadership, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said at the end of an EU summit in Brussels.
“We will make sure … that there is a day of reckoning for those who are responsible. I have a clear message for those in authority in Syria: make a choice, turn your back on this criminal regime or face justice for the blood that is on your hands,” he said.

Cornel West "Something Wrong With Your Priorities!" - RIT MLK Event

"He (Martin Luther King Jnr.) was a revolutionary christian and when you really, really love poor people, when you really love folk who at the moment are weak and vulnerable, you can't stand the fact that they are being treated unjustly, you loth the fact that they are being treated unfairly, if you don't do something and say something the rocks are going to cry out."