Nation By Nation (19Jun09)

8Jun-19Jun09 -- As the Freeworld's dollar coup de grace is ever nigher; as west media whores learn a new word: devaluation; as MPs steal porn and chocolates; as hyperinflation becomes admitted reality of the bloated west cesspit; and as the noose begins tightening, much amusing wailing is heard from the west bubonic tribes. Let's celebrate! (Mouseover flags for info)

A F G H A N I S T A N Afghanistan - 10Jun, USA murders 10 civilians with a missile strike. No sanctions by UN?


West is THE disease. It's west youth, not some shadow governance, that are committing these unspeakable transgressions. And they do it with glee. It's their west parents, not some secret cabal, that financially and morally support this west criminal abomination and who are actually "proud" of this 8 yr long genocide that has murdered 2,5M to date. The west is The disease from the top down to the lowliest plebe and back up. Don't fall for the west's desperate finger pointing antics like Nazis did in Nurenburg. They're all guilty of the greatest humanitarian transgressions ever! The degree of guilt is immaterial to this kid and all humans on the planet who find west serial killer spree reprehensible.

B O L I V I A Bolivia - As west vampires smell lithium and circle Bolivia, Morales says Bolivia will mine the greatest reserves on earth ALONE granting no one lithium monopoly.

B R A Z I L Brazil - Jumping on IMF bonds too, after China and Russia, with a 10B USD loan. Henceforth, baboons work for Brazil, Russia, and China. It's about time west puts up the "under new management" sign.

C A N A D A Canada - Misplaces 20M worth of gold bricks. Claims possible accounting error? Does the baboon world know anything beside murdering and lying? They can't even add simple numbers or are they just thieving?

C H I N A China - Tells USA to issue USA bonds in Yuans.
- Car sales 14% UP. That's UP, west.
- Becomes #1 car market.
- Moves USA bonds to IMF bonds. It's basically changing monthlies from USA bank the to the whole of west bank. Calls USA central bank what it is: "world's biggest junk investor...ridden with rubbish assets". So much for USA's begging for new fiscal beginnings. Sideline: USA is currently -- doing some rough order math -- on the hook for some 3B USD in just interest to China each month.
- Sub collides with USA trawled sonar rubbish.

E C U A D O R Ecuador - Says "to hell with OAS" after Cuba tells USA/OAS to shove off, 8Jun. "Group Of Rio", SouthAm org, looks to be replacing this parasitic west SouthAm diktat org.

E U EU - Out of the realm of this planet's accounting, EU central bank pumps near 4T EUR into the dying EUnuchville. 311B are being injected into the EUnuch war elite holdings immediately, 3T are earmarked for EU banks to keep them afloat a bit longer, 33B for sundry chocolate and porn expenses, and 500B for bank liquidity (That's right, EU bank vaults are EMPTY.) They're also burning 460B EUR in liabilities, as though they don't matter. Debt? Just evaporate it like Bush II did Boeings on 911. This may be beyond words and numbers but, of course, not beyond USA, where they've printed apparently 12T by now to float the west obese vampire carcass.
- Admits to 2M job loss per Q1.
- Finds USA backed Georgia guilty of attacking Russia last year. They're quick and bright, aren't they?
- Car sales plunge further 5%/May, marking 13th month of active prolapse.

F R A N C E France - Michelin zapping 2800 jobs.

G E O R G I A Georgia - Revolt, protest, and clashes continue.
- Russia not wasting time with Saakashvili and won't renew talks until someone sane replaces the west tie-eating marionette.

G E R M A N Y Germany - Exports shrivel 30%, at 64B EUR instead of last year's 90B EUR. That's particularly painful. Good!
- Import shriveled by 23%, at 54B EUR, marking biggest shriveling to date.
- Insolvency 10% up/Q1.
- Corp bankruptcy 18% up/Mar (y2y).
- Changes tax code for big biz to accommodate the prolapse "toxicity". This means the "deutsche volk" will have to dig deeper in their pockets.
- Wholesale prices 9% down/May (y2y). So far no word if it's deflation again. LOL Sideline: It's costing far more now for west to house and shelve all its rubbish than no one's buying than if they gave it away. West has appropriated airports to park new cars on.
- Germany, the "engine" of EU, is costing EU 500B EUR in cash for banks only thus far. Engine? How about the "anchor" of EU?
- Arcandor not "special" like Opel to be given free cash. 58K jobs hanging on a thread.
- 1300 firms knocking on Berlin's door for governance handout but prolapse fund is "only" at 115B EUR (this is for firms only! Banks have their special prolapse fund). As monstrously insane this is, in actuality the 115B isn't enough to even begin to cover the prolapsed begging firms.
- Merkel tells Zimbabwe to return "stolen land" to "white farmers". No joke! As real as the west prolapse! This just for a laugh over the insane delusions and factual perversions west lives by.

G R E E C E Greece - Cop killed in Athens, 17Jun. Revolution blamed.

I N D I A India - GM invades India. Sideline: This otherwise boring news illustrates 'phaseII/III' of the west prolapse, in which, after west war junta has consolidated the assets including the bogus multibillion "bailout" theft, the assets are being moved out of west to preserve some of the value. Sadly, west baboons are too cretinous to fully appreciate the finer points of their own fiscal rape and therefore cannot join the Freeworld in cork popping toasts to its many wonderful ills.

I R A N Iran - Ahmadinejad reelected. West beats the floor with fists like a petulant brat doing his usual orange revolt antics. Russia and China congratulate the reelected prez.
- Kissinger exposes USA's plot to maul Iran, if the west orange rubbish doesn't work out. Now, this isn't just some long-snout flapping policy. This is a direct int'l assault.


Unmistakable traces of the west mindrape. The sign is in english. They don't speak that in Iran. Whoever wrote it intended it for world propaganda, not for Iranians, or for the national election matter. Again, west baboons are too cretinous to get this so they're lapping it up like a good dog from the BBCNN autism machine. Say what you want about A Khamenei. He's not wrong dubbing UK the "most treacherous" and "evil".

J A P A N Japan - Trade surplus shrivels 55%/Apr (y2y), at 630B JPY. Now this is serious for no trade surplus, no Japan.
- Aggregate corp investment down by 4T JPY at 22T JPY (~250B EUR) marking 2nd yr of active investment prolapsing.
- Japan caught smuggling 130B USD in USA bonds into Switzerland. Again, that's 130B USD in one suitcase. 10 bonds were 1B USD each! This is out of this world! Sideline: On surface, Tokyo plays the obedient dollar lapdog. In reality, it's flushing it all down the bog like everyone in their right mind. This is a confirmation of the raging fiscal war within the very west cesspit. How extraordinarily entertaining! Watch them sweep it under the carpet somehow and say it's all some misunderstanding.

L A T V I A Latvia - On the brink of active devaluation.
- Crawling on its knees back to Moscow for help with prolapse.
- Even abandons once haughty plans to bill Russia for "occupation".
- IMF circling the prolapsed Riga like a scavenger offering a 7B EUR interest slavery bait.

M O L D O V A Moldova - Parliament dissolved for not being able to elect prez. Apparently, Moldova is still on the list of west possible anti-Russian war proxies and under west orange revolt regime change programme.

N E P A L Nepal - General strike protesting the killing of a Maoist leader, 14Jun.

N O R T H  K O R E A North Korea - As west has no chance of avoiding a wall to wall prolapse, west media whores are gripped by a WWIII frisson. Knocking the rust off the old Pearl Harbour false op, USA is mobilising Hawaii for an "impending" strike. And UK knows not only the target but also the date, 4June, and astonishingly also the very equipment with which this strike is gonna be carried out, Taepodong2. Now, in the same paragraph, the west media whores call N Korea the "most secretive" nation. Considering the facts that west tabloids know the date, missile, and scope of the nuke attack, either west is lying about N Korea being the most secretive nation or they're lying about the "impending" strike data. Either way, this highlights yet another west media charade.

P A K I S T A N Pakistan - Angry with USA's mass civilian murders. Gives USA warning.
- USA answers by murdering 13 in a drone attack, 14Jun.

P E R U Peru - Oil war flares up again. People once again rise against the pro-west governance oil rape. Governance imposes curfew.
- People win the first round as pro-west governance postpones the west rape of Amazon for 3 months in attempt to cool the situation.
- UPDATE: Apparently, the second round is won as well! Peru governance under the weight of 300K mobilisied defenders of their land overturns decree granting west vampires Amazon rape and genocide of the indigenous people.


Salutation to the people of Peru for solidarity and resolve in standing up against the west-bent governance and stopping the west rape of the Amazon paradise.

R U S S I A Russia - Creates Kazakhstan-Belarus single market front to counter the west WTO silly cripple.
- Swapping USA bonds for IMF bonds like China. A mere comment on this in Moscow tumbled and bruised the dollar.
- USA's prolapsed Citibank in Moscow begging for handout.
- Spurns USA like a rabid dog. West thought that if it gave Russia a radar, Russia wouldn't mind missiles pointed at it. A retarded 1st grader couldn't come up with such laughable nonsense that west has for int'l diplomacy.
- Hosted SCO and BRIC: China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrghyzstan, Uzbekistan, Iran, India, Pakistan, Mongolia, and Brazil, 15-16Jun. End of west announced in terms of "some" dollar change. What could that be? Let's hope USA has a standby currency ready. Let's say at the rate 1:60, only as an initial teaser rate, of course. LOL

S O U T H   K O R E A South Korea - Mobilising North Korean border. Sideline: Now, west is screaming about N Korea nuking USA on 4Jun. How are troops standing on the border to stop the nuke WWIII? Well, they're not! They're there in prep to invade, if anything.

T U R K E Y Turkey - Getting more Mi-28 choppers from Russia.
- Probably alerted by NBN, Exxon muscles in on the Black Sea hydrocarbon reserves.
- Bombs Kurdistan, northern Iraq.

U K UK - 3M scurry in confusion as the tube strikes against appalling conditions, 10Jun.
- Industrial product shrivels 12%.
- GDP down by 2% per Q1.
- Not all is down. Trade deficit up by 10% at 3B GBP.
- And unemployment rises to admitted 7%.
- Working for nothing is west new reality! BratAirways tells 40K workers to simply work for nothing for a month. No joke! Again, UK poodles are going to work for NOTHING, for the whole month. Who pays their mortgage, food, rent? Who cares?! Sideline: Now that you've finished laughing, there is no word yet invented for this kind of econ system. Let's get this straight. UK banks are printing 25000000000 GBP a month for themselves. UK leaders are stealing chocolates and porn and give themselves payrises. UK military is murdering some else's children. And UK plebes are working for FREE now. Everyone should understand now why UK has a double cross for a flag. Don't forget to set your alarm clock, poodles! You're working for free today!
- Urgently seeking 220B GBP via 25 yr 4,5% bonds to prolong the island charade. These bonds are peddled now by UK 4 elite banks, as insane and controversial as this sounds. Sideline: That's cuz governance didn't have much luck a few months ago trying to raise that kind of cash for UK directly so they figure if banks sell UK bonds, no one will notice they're UK bonds and as such total contagious toxic rubbish. They're so clever.
- Retail sales 1,6% down/May (y2y).
- Media mindrapists caught redhanded -- again spinning terror provoking lies. They're showing a pro-Ahmadinejad rally in Iran and call it an anti-Ahmadinejad rally. Yes, the west animal is not just the disease, it is also this persistently underhanded, patently stupid, and fundamentally evil.

U N UN - USA-flu declared a "pandemic" at last with 40K known cases spread through 76 nations.
- Sanctions North Korea, after 2nd nuke test, with arms embargo and ship searches. What arms? Doesn't N Korea have nukes already? Which is it, UN boys? China warns west on the ill-conceived idea of searching boats. All this smacks of a pretext for N Korea invasion by west. However, even if successful, it solves nothing for west. It's still headlong down the bog for the west baboon populaces of child murderers.

U S A USA - Fed hires Enron PR to fix USA hyperinflation image. No part of it is a joke! That's Enron and fiscal image fixing. Only a west birthed, reared, and brainwashed monkey could come up with such total and utter nonsense of thinking that a marketing campaign, no matter how perverted, could possibly fix a 90T USD hole with over 12T in hyperinflated rubbish no one wants.
- "Bailout" proves to be just a charade. BearSterns and AIG, after getting zillions in free cash post 5B USD loss/Q1 anyway. USA econ warlocks feign dismay.
- Unemployment admitted at 10%. Michigan admitted over 14%. Michigone suits it better. Call it a little Enron-like marketing PR campaign to rebrand the west ghost towns to something at least a bit amusing.
- Explosion at Ford plant, North Carolina, 3 dead, 41 injured.
- Comrade Obama eyes arms market. Didn't he beg for disarming just a few weeks ago?
- Foreclosures above 300K per month now, growing at 18%/mo, marking 3rd consecutive month of baboons losing roofs over their empty excrement-sloshing skulls.
- Retailer EdBauer goes belly up and on the west garage sale. It's yours for some 200M USD, if you want 300+ stores full of garbage.
- Comrade Obama unveils a "shrink to survive" programme to save USA ghost cities, which means bulldozing the prolapsed parts. Indeed, Chinese and Russian real-estate should be cleared off of the bubonic baboon before it's ceded. That's only good manners.
- Dead GM, once the daycare centre for 80K baboons now only babies 8K.
- Comrade Obama "overhauls" health care system. Here's how: he'll charge baboons 500B USD extra while he cuts 400B USD in services. Now, that's not an "overhaul". That'd be bulldozing of 1T worth of USA health care industry. Baboons aren't angry about it.
- Creating one bank, which it will then fuse with governance. What sort of a econ system is this? Well, it's the end of the phase II: the looting and consolidating of west war elite assets. Only one more phase left.
- Product shrivels over 1%/May marking 16% consecutive month of active prolapse.
- Frees a soldier, M Leahy, who committed "grisly executions" of bound POWs. Leahy's family "proud" of their boy. Yes, west is THE disease from top to the very bottom of the cesspit and back up. Sideline: Rarely, NBN attempts to preach a lesson. But if there is one thing to remember, it's that the entire west, down to the common plebe, is guilty of the greatest deliberate humanitarian atrocities and cataclysms. Do not fall for any of their pathetic finger pointing, scapegoating, and hiding behind "shadow governance" excuses. To a man, they're all guilty. They're all savage monsters. They're all bubonic baboons.

V E N E Z U E L A Venezuela - Liberating the chemical industries from the gringo talons to achieve "full petroleum sovereignty". This primarily concerns InteliChem, Mitsubishi, Debenture, Ensco, west: USA, Japan, and UK holdings.
- Seaports also getting liberated from west rape.
- Bans USA fizzly drink simply cuz it's a "poison".
- Liberates coffee plant from German claws that grabbed it in 1998.

Y E M E N Yemen - Caught 9 members of some Dutch-based west NGO. The west oil theft route is getting unfriendly for west oil vampires.

...to be cont'd as it all piles up.

52 comments:

Anonymous said...

A cracking new account of NBN doings throughout the world. My favourite story was BritAirs asking staff to work without pay. I did miss, however, reference to the gold bars worth scores of million of dollars missing from the Canadian Mint. This along with the Japanese attempt to pour $134 billion worth of US bonds into Switzerland are the most curious of tales being told in econ circles these days.

Anonymous said...

19.6.09
The Obama administration has pushed a bill through the U.S. House of Representatives approving $106 billion in supplemental funding, primarily for the Iraq and Afghanistan 'security' efforts, but attached to it was also an expanded credit facility for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of a massive $108 billion which included an agreement to allow U.S,. members of the IMF Board to agree the proposed $13 billion sale of 400 tons of IMF gold to shore up its finances.
In theory the US. approval of the IMF gold sale, which still has to pass through the U.S. Senate would be the final hurdle in the gold sale actually going ahead. But despite this there was virtually little or no impact on the gold market. In part this may be because of scant publicity being given to this part of the funding approval, but also in that firstly the gold market has largely discounted the IMF gold sale anyway, and secondly in that the IMF has said it will dispose of its gold in an orderly manner through a system such as the Central Bank Gold Agreement which limits sales volumes in a given year.
However the current CBGA runs out in September and there has been no announcement yet of a renewal beyond that date. Given Central Bank gold sales under the CBGA appear to have dropped sharply over the past year it may be felt there is no longer a necessity for a new Agreement. Indeed indications are that some major Central Banks, notably the Russian and Chinese ones, as well as some Middle Eastern banks, are likely to increase gold holdings in part in an attempt to diversify reserve dependence away from the U.S. dollar given the mixed views on the greenback's future path due to the huge amounts of money being pumped into the U.S. Economy to try to stave off recession - or even depression.
In their April Fortis Bank metals monthly, the London based VM Group commented that "There are some good arguments against a CBGA renewal. The original 1999 Agreement arose from a structural weakness in the gold market. Back then, a class of investors (the Central Banks) believed they were massively overweight in gold and wanted to sell; the Central Banks decided to collaborate on a selling programme in order to ensure that they drip-fed gold onto a market that was already very weak. Those conditions are arguably no longer relevant.
If there is no renewal of the CBGA, that would send a tremendously bullish signal to the gold price, at a time today when there are many more actors on the buy-side (such as private investors) and an obviously slowing interest to sell.
This would boost gold's status as a reserve asset, giving holders greater flexibility in how they bought and sold it. It would also encourage other Central Banks with large forex reserves but little gold (such as China) to buy. After all who wants to buy something for which they need an Agreement in order to re-sell?

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but the same error announcement as before has begun appearing once more.

poiuytr said...

20:34 -- thanks for the info
i dont know then. somehow NBN's become toxic. i changed nothing. other postings work. this really sucks.

what exactly is the "error announcement"?

poiuytr said...

The two stories: Can gold and 100B for wars, thanks! i left a few things off, got another page and half of scribbles here that i missed to squeeze in. will do... hang on! let's try fix the error otherwise it's over.

Anonymous said...

Extract from Ayatollah Khamenei's Speech to the people (19.6.09)
The election of June 12 showed that people with beliefs and hopes and joys is living in this country.
The enemies are using it,
If our young didn't have any hope,
They wouldn't partake in the election
If they didn't feel freedom, they wouldn't vote.
Faith in the system has been shown by the massive participation.
The enemies target the belief and trust of people on that system
This trust is the biggest investment of the Islamic republic
They wanted to take it from us
They want it to shake our trust in this system
The enemies of the people of Iran will succeed when people won't participate.
The system will be questioned.
Only when no one partakes in it.
We couldn't compare that to anything that happens.
The enemy wants to make people believe that they have been fooled
It started 3 months ago.
I have been hearing enemies saying repeatedly that the elections will be fraudulent.
They had been preparing months in advance
This 30 year old system has not come about without sacrifices and hard work.
And people have a firm belief in it.
But the enemies want to shake that very belief.
The third point is,
These rivalries, between different candidates were transparent.
They were clean and clear cut.
And transparent
The enemies are trying through their media - which is controlled by dirty Zionists.
The Zionist, American and British radio are all trying to say that there was a competition between those who support and those who didn't support the state
Everyone supported the state

Anonymous said...

Jun 20, 2009 - Beijing cautions US over Iran
By M K Bhadrakumar
China has broken silence on the developing situation in Iran. This comes against the backdrop of a discernible shift in Washington's posturing toward political developments in Iran.
The China Daily featured its main editorial comment on Thursday titled "For Peace in Iran". It comes amid reports in the Western media that the former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani is rallying the Qom clergy to put pressure on the Guardians Council - and, in turn, on Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei - to annul last Friday's presidential election that gave Mahmud Ahmadinejad another four-year term.
Beijing fears a confrontation looming and counsels Obama to keep the pledge in his Cairo speech not to repeat past errors in the US's Middle East policy. Beijing also warns about letting the genie of popular unrest get out of the bottle in a highly volatile region that is waiting to explode. Tehran on Friday saw its sixth day of massive protests by supporters of Mir Hossein Mousavi.
Beijing also made a political statement when a substantive bilateral was scheduled between President Hu Jintao and Ahmadinejad on Tuesday on the sidelines of the summit meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Yekaterinburg. Moscow welcomed Ahmadinejad's re-election. Both China and Russia abhor "color" revolutions, especially something as intriguing as Twitter, which Moscow came across a few months ago in Moldova.
Hua underscored that Ahmadinejad does enjoy popularity and has "lots of support in this nationalist country because he has the courage to state his own opinion and dares to carry out his policies". China Daily also appealed to the Obama administration not to spoil its new Middle East policy, which is shaping well, through impetuous actions. Significantly, the editorial upheld the authenticity of Ahmadinejad's election victory: "Win and loss are two sides of an election coin. Some candidates are less inclined to accept defeat."
The daily pointed out that a pre-election public opinion poll conducted by the Washington Post newspaper showed Ahmadinejad having a 2-1 lead over his nearest rival and some opinion polls in Iran also indicated more or less the same, whereas, actually, "he won the election on a lower margin. Thus, the opposition's allegations against Ahmadinejad come as a trifle surprising".
The editorial warns: "Attempts to push the so-called color revolution toward chaos will prove very dangerous." It pointedly recalled that the US's "Cold War intervention in Iran" made US-Iran relationship a troubled one, "with US presidents trying to stick their nose into Iran's internal business".

Anonymous said...

DIVIDE AND RULE! The Zionazi want to turn 'moderate' Shia against 'hardline' Shia, secular Iranians against religious Iranians, rich against poor, city slickers against country folk, women against men, young against old, etc.
At the same time they arm and fund independence seeking Kurds, Sunni, Baluchi and other minorities.
In short, the Zionazi do not care for the Iranian people and only seek to generate chaos and civil war to weaken and divide Iran in their own interests - oil and Israel.
The question is, can the Shia theocracy survive this assult? Theocratic governments tend to be rigid and inflexible. Their stubborness to change is often their greatest weakness.

Anonymous said...

Khamenei's closely watched speech at prayers at Tehran University (19.6.09) could hardly have been tougher. It had been hoped he might adopt a more conciliatory tone that would help defuse the gathering crisis, the worst in Iran's 30-year post-revolutionary history. But he warned: "If there is any bloodshed, the leaders of the protests will be held directly responsible. The result of the election comes from the ballot box, not from the street. Today the Iranian nation needs calm."
Tens of thousands of worshippers cheered as he told them: "It is your victory. They cannot manipulate it."

Anonymous said...

What is NBN 4-11Apr, shorn of text, doing topping this blog? It should be removed without delay. Otherwise, things seem back to normal again. We are using a blogspot here. Blogspots are meant for private (limited space) not professional use. Older posts should be put in the archives regularly.

Anonymous said...

The forgotten war: over one billion people dying of starvation round the world. That is what the Freeworld struggle is all about. Never to forget, please.

Anonymous said...

Stephen Kinzer’s book, All the Shah’s Men: An American Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror, tells the story of the overthrow of Iran’s democratically-elected leader, Mohammed Mosaddeq, by the CIA and the British MI6 in 1953. The CIA bribed Iranian government officials, businessmen, and reporters, and paid Iranians to demonstrate in the streets.
The 1953 street demonstrations, together with the Cold War claim that the US had to grab Iran before the Soviets did, served as the US government’s justification for overthrowing Iranian democracy. What the Iranian people wanted was not important.
Today, the street demonstrations in Tehran show signs of orchestration. The protesters, primarily young people, especially young women opposed to the dress codes, carry signs written in English: "Where is My Vote?" The signs are intended for the western media—not for the Iranian government.
More evidence of orchestration is provided by the protesters’ chant, "death to the dictator, death to Ahmadinejad." Every Iranian knows that the president of Iran is a public figure with limited powers. His main role is to take the heat from the governing grand Ayatollah. No Iranian, and no informed Westerner, could possibly believe that Ahmadinejad is a dictator. Even Ahmadinejad’s superior, Khamenei, is not a dictator, as he is appointed by a government body that can remove him.
The demonstrations, like those in 1953, are intended to discredit the Iranian government and to establish for Western opinion that the government is a repressive regime that does not have the support of the Iranian people. This manipulation of opinion sets up Iran as another Iraq ruled by a dictator who must be overthrown by sanctions or an invasion.
On American TV, the protesters who are interviewed speak perfect English. They are either westernized secular Iranians who were allied with the Shah and fled to the West during the 1978 Iranian revolution or they are the young Westernized residents of Tehran.
A repeat of 1953, but this time no one will get taken in.

Anonymous said...

Gerald Spencer - America Is Committing Economic Suicide
Foreign entities will very soon own everything of value in the U.S. and they will become the major (or only) source of employment for U.S. citizens. The American population will then become employees; possibly indentured servants; or maybe even beg to become slaves owned by the foreign countries and/or foreign individuals that will own everything of value in the U.S. in the very near future.
We are selling off our children's legacy to foreign owners, and the U.S. government calls it "Investing in America." We are racing to print money and then sell title to everything in the U.S. in order to keep from working.

Anonymous said...

The word reset was all the rage sometime back, remember? Now, word of the day is bulldoze (along with "twitter" possibly). NBN mentions it above and we can add the following:
In a nation with a huge homeless population, the US Government plans to start demolishing empty homes, simply to create an artificial shortage and boost housing prices supposedly to protect the value of the mortgages the banks hold.
But the mortgages the banks hold are not valued based on UNsold homes! The only point of bulldozing empty homes to create an artificial shortage to keep prices up TO PROTECT BANKERS' FUTURE PROFITS!
If homes are cheap, you borrow less and the banks get less interest from you. If the homes are expensive, you have to borrow more money anmd the banks make more interest off of you.
In other words, they are using bulldozers to re-create the housing bubble from a few years ago. And this will fail because they are artificially inflating housing prices WITHOUT BRINGING BACK THE JOBS THAT ALLOW AMERICANS TO BUY THESE HOMES AT THESE INFLATED PRICES!!!

Anonymous said...

Credit being bulldozed: California rating placed on downgrade watch by Moody's, whereas Ohio's credit rating downgraded by Fitch. $7bn in outstanding state bonds pass from AA+ to AA. Interesting. "Michigone", Caligone and Ohio gone.

Anonymous said...

The Plan in Iran was never to actually topple the regime, that is simply not realistic, but to use the "useful idiots" like Mousavi and his elitist friends, and the young and affluent of Tehran who obviously want greater freedom, to Force the ayatollahs to repeal the progress Iran HAS ALREADY MADE towards sovereignty, independence, and Democracy.
That democracy Must occur on Iran's Terms and their Timetable, not Imposed from outside. That would be a coup, and lead to puppet state status.
The LAST thing the US and the Zionist Cunts want is a truly INDEPENDENT democracy in Iran. That does not serve their interests.
Khameni and Ahmadinejad are not fools, they know what's up. They also know they have to acquiesce to the desires of the people for greater freedom, etc, and have been doing that slowly but surely, in such a way as to avoid civil war.
Obama, the two-faced Zio-stooge, is Saying he doesn't want to interfere while at the same time still funding and pursuing the Zio-agenda of "regime change". He has deftly suckered-in the "left" and "progressives" - just mosey on over to DKos, TheNation, DU, even Antiwar...article after article accusing fraud and supporting the "green revolution" and the benighted sheople are lapping it up like good little puppies. It's appalling how easily they have been co-opted.
Not one of them seem to notice that in the entire ME, IRAN is the closest thing to a real democracy - the rest are monarchies, dictatorships, puppet regimes, or in the case of Zionist Occupied Palestine, Fascist Apartheid Terrorist State.

Anonymous said...

Excellent analysis above, friend, except for one point: IRAN is the closest thing to a real democracy in the ME? No, if you're not suddenly blinded after so much clear-sightedness: IRAN is one of the leading democracies in the WORLD. I'd also put Venezuela, Russia, Lebanon and even, perhaps, Pakistan in this category. It is the West which has no self-respecting democracy remaining.

Anonymous said...

Here's the upgraded voice of the Tehran street, where the new top rallying cry is "Seyyed Ali Pinochet, Chile Iran nemishe" (Seyyed Ali Pinochet, Iran won't be like Chile). A seven-point list of demands has been Twittered and passed hand-to-hand (here in its original Twitter English version) since Tuesday afternoon.
1. Remove Khamenei from supreme leader because he doesn't qualify as a fair supreme leader.
2. Remove [President Mahmud] Ahmadinejad from president because he took it forcefully and unlawfully.
3. Put [Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali] Montazeri as supreme leader until a review group for the ghanooneh asasi [constitution] is set up.
4. Recognize [losing presidential candidate Mir Hossein] Mousavi as the official president.
5. A government by Mousavi and start a reform of the constitution
6. Free all political prisoners without any ifs and buts, right away.
7. Call off any secret organization such as gasht ershad [morality police]."
Some agenda, no?! Especially for a *Presidential* election (which, in Iran, is mostly about representation and not about real power). How did we go from "fixing election irregularities" to "replacing the Supreme Leader" and "changing the Constitution"?! Or was that the intention all along?!?!

Anonymous said...

In a none too distant past, revolutions came about with the help of the masses, Now, in our brave new world, the masses are called sheaple and seen as the enemy to be derided and defeated. Strange twist of events.

Anonymous said...

'How much attention do elections in Japan, India, Argentina, or any other country, get from the US media? How many Americans and American journalists even know who is in political office in other countries besides England, France, and Germany? Who can name the political leaders of Switzerland, Holland, Brazil, Japan, or even China? Yet, many know of Iran's President Ahmadinejad. The reason is obvious. He is daily demonized in the US media.
The US media's demonization of Ahmadinejad itself demonstrates American ignorance. The President of Iran is not the ruler. He is not the commander-in-chief of the armed forces. He cannot set policies outside the boundaries set by Iran's rulers, the ayatollahs who are not willing for the Iranian Revolution to be overturned by American money in some color-coded "revolution."
Are you ready for war with a demonised Iran?

Anonymous said...

Saturday, 20 June 2009
Taliban Defectors: US, Israel Funding Militants
Two militants' leaders who defected from notorious Taliban chief in Pakistan have revealed that their comrade was pursuing a US-Israeli agenda across the country. A prominent militant leader, Turkistan Bittani, who broke away from Baitullah Mehsud, called him "an American agent". Mehsud, a warlord in his late 30s, has claimed responsibility for dozens of devastating string attacks on both civilians and security forces throughout the feared region. Moreover, Bittani emphasized that Mehsud was being funded by US and Israeli intelligence services for brainwashing innocent youths.'

Anonymous said...

Back to basics:
Medvedev to visit three African countries
20.6.09
Nigeria is rich in oil, natural gas, petroleum, tin, iron ore, coal, limestone, niobium, lead, and zinc.
Namibia is rich in diamonds, copper, uranium, gold, lead, tin, lithium, cadmium, and zinc.
Angola is rich in oil, gas, diamonds, iron ore, phosphates, copper, gold, bauxite, and uranium.
Russia and China seem to be doing a great job at making deals to get when they want. The US, on the other hand, has decided to drop bombs to get the natural resources it wants; and we can see just how brilliantly well that has gone in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Anonymous said...

Calif. unemployment rate hits 11.5%. What do you make of that?

Anonymous said...

Saturday, June 20, 2009 - Vineyardsaker
The Guccis have abandoned their legal challenge
I have it from a very good source that Mousavi and Karroubi have not showed up at a meeting of the Guardian Council which was to investigate their claims. Only Rezae was present. Since they were not present to present their case, the Guardian Council will most likely declared that it cannot proceed with the case.
In sum - the Guccis have dropped the facade of legality. As predicted, the Guccis are now playing their last cards:
1) Street rioting (already happenng)
2) Terrorist attack (bombing of the shrine of Imam Khomenei, MKO, Jundallah, CIA/DIA & Co.)
3) Strategic psychological warfare (YouTube, Twitter, BBC, etc.)
I do not believe that they will succeed, but Iran will come out very weakened from this crisis.
Once the Guccis are crushed - which they will be - Uncle Shmuel will be able to use the "Saddam the evil dictator" excuse to unleash a military aggression against Iran.
Exactly as Kissinger said they would.

Anonymous said...

X here - Why more weakened? The president has been reaserted now more than ever with such a huge turnout, unknown for a long time to western "democracies". Iran has shown the world what a vibrant democracy it is. Demonizing Iran and/or Ahmadi Nejad?
so, what's new?
X

Anonymous said...

The jewnited states is not in a position to bomb anything now. What the untied states needs is a face-saving, someone to provide her a safe way out of the shit she stepped upon. She is entangled -to the throat- in Afghanistan, Iraq and now in Pakistan as well. The jewSA is in urgent need of Iran to save her from her misdeeds. It is in no position to bomb Iran, although the zios are seething for someone to bomb the hell out that courageous country. Very likely Israel itself will be at the receiving end of bombs before much longer.

Anonymous said...

Brian Cowan (no comment on name) said Ireland
was willing to hold a second referendum on the Lisbon Treaty at the start of October. If, of course, the EU agreed to paid the right price.

Anonymous said...

Sibel Edmonds on the Iran elections:

"Iran, Again: Begging for a Smell Test"

http://123realchange.blogspot.com/2009/06/iran-again-begging-for-smell-test.html

Anonymous said...

With the disasters in Afghanistan and Iraq the majority among our military leaders have been opposing another war in the region. The ‘Nuclear Iran’ campaign didn’t prove to be that fruitful for the previous administration in garnering public support to pave the way for our next attack in the next oil rich Middle Eastern country. And of course, using the same tactic would have been too much for the Obama administration to expect to have swallowed by the public. So what better alternative than pursuing a ‘Humanitarian & Democratization’ campaign to change the ‘hearts & minds’ of our people and garner ‘liberal’ support against Iran?
Give them a martyr self-declared reporter in the form of ‘Roxana.’ (CIA agent)
All of a sudden get on our high horse and preach vehemently on elections’ lack of integrity in Iran, never mind the same conditions exist in two thirds of the world’s phony democracies.
Start displaying a few selective pictures of ‘bloody noses and arms’ taken in Iran and cry ‘atrocities,’ never mind our 2000+ torture pictures with not only bloody and torn up bodies, but actual corpses.
What are they going to do next? Well, if they run out of ‘dramatic’ pictures, they may go back and recycle their favorite footages from the Iran Hostage Crisis of 1979! They certainly love that one; nothing like it when it comes to inducing misinformed passion to bring about wrongly expressed patriotism in the form of consent to another war. (Sibel Edwards. A pity she's not running the country!)

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Hi....
It seems to me that the page is too long. Needs to be separated into pages for each article. My browser, Firefox, kind of chokes on this large a page and stops working for 3 or 4 minutes. I don't have broadband though.
Thank you.

21/6/09 02:54
Anonymous said...
Anon, even with broadband this "choking" happens. I hope someone will apply your excellent suggestion.

Anonymous said...

Police force Iran protest off streets
Teargas and water cannon used as security forces and militiamen outnumber protesters in Tehran (The Guardian, 20,6,09)

Anonymous said...

Last election, Ahmadinejad won with about 62% of the votes cast and nobody said anything; this election Ahmadinejad won with about 62% of the votes cast and apparently it is the most corrupt election in world history (at least according to American commentators, who should know a corrupt election when they see one). What happened? Did he start unprovoked wars? Did he steal the land of others? Did he lock people up in a cage and then slaughter them? Did he preside over great human suffering? Just what the hell did he do between the previous election and this one to make him, apparently, the most hated man on earth?

Anonymous said...

The smuggler incident of two Japanese men trying to cross into Switzerland with huge amounts of US treasury bonds is now being passed off as a hoax. The bonds, it appears, are counterfeit. And, the insinuation is, the Russians must have been behind the whole thing. Give them some time and they'll say the Iranians did it, then handed the papers over to the Japs for distribution.

Anonymous said...

Iranian elections
A number of commentators have expressed their idealistic belief in the purity of Mousavi, Montazeri, and the westernized youth of Terhan. The CIA destabilization plan, announced two years ago has somehow not contaminated unfolding events.
The claim is made that Ahmadinejad stole the election, because the outcome was declared too soon after the polls closed for all the votes to have been counted. However, Mousavi declared his victory several hours before the polls closed. This is classic CIA destabilization designed to discredit a contrary outcome. It forces an early declaration of the vote. The longer the time interval between the preemptive declaration of victory and the announcement of the vote tally, the longer Mousavi has to create the impression that the authorities are using the time to fix the vote. It is amazing that people don’t see through this trick.
As for the grand ayatollah Montazeri’s charge that the election was stolen, he was the initial choice to succeed Khomeini, but lost out to the current Supreme Leader. He sees in the protests an opportunity to settle the score with Khamenei. Montazeri has the incentive to challenge the election whether or not he is being manipulated by the CIA, which has a successful history of manipulating disgruntled politicians.

Anonymous said...

U.S. unemployment highest in 25 years
20.6.09
The half-percentage-point jump in the national unemployment rate rippled throughout the country as 48 states and the District of Columbia reported increases in their jobless rates in May.
The U.S. unemployment rate rose from 8.9 percent in April to 9.4 percent in May, its highest level in more than a quarter-century.
Thirteen states now carry double-digit jobless rates, including Oregon's eyebrow-raising 12.4 percent; South Carolina's 12.1 percent, which is matched by Rhode Island; Nevada's 11.3 percent; and North Carolina's 11.1 percent.

Anonymous said...

Can we expect any type of article analyzing the situation in Iran soon?

Poiutyr, James Wolfe, someone?

I would love to hear their takes.

Anonymous said...

My own feeling exactly. Do tell us what to make of this whole sorry color rev attempt.

Anonymous said...

Investors head back to Bric country equities
By Ruth Sullivan - June 21 2009
As confidence grows following the global equity rally in March, investors are showing renewed interest in the world’s biggest emerging market economies – Brazil, Russia, India and China, also known as the Bric group.
Appetite, in part, comes from the faster rate of growth of some of the Bric economies compared with those of developed countries. China and India in particular are seen as motors of the global economy with growth this year forecast at 7.5 and 5.8 per cent respectively.
“While the green shoots may be thin on the ground in developed markets, the recovery in emerging market economies, especially the Brics, is more readily visible,” says Julian Thompson, head of global emerging market equities at Threadneedle.
Bric markets began to see inflows in the first week of March, about the same time as flows into other emerging market equities, says Brad Durham, managing director of EPFR, which tracks global fund flows. Net inflows to China reached $6.5bn (£4bn, €4.7bn) in the second quarter of the year, while more than $5bn flowed into Brazil, nearly $2bn into India and $1.4bn into Russia.
“Bric exposure gives an investor nearly 50 per cent of emerging market capitalisation, representing all four major emerging market regions, two leading commodity exporters – Russia and Brazil – and two of the world’s most powerful domestic demand growth stories, China and India,” says Mr Durham.
Another reason for the revived interest is that “people are waking up to the fact there is a lack of exposure to toxic assets in these countries,” says Virginie Maisonneuve, head of global and international equities at Schroders.
Investors are also sitting on a lot of cash following the flood of redemptions from last year, and now reworking their risk strategies, say fund managers.

Anonymous said...

A calm evening in Tehran. News full of CIA and Israel fomenting sectarian violence in Pakistan just as they are trying to steer election results in Iran to their own liking. First time, too, that mention is being made of the man in the shadows, the son of the Shah. How super a restoration of the monarchy in Iran would be! Whatever, the facts of transparent meddling are there for all to see. As is the certainty there´ll be no overthrow of the Iranian "regime" in the lifetime of the present plotters and planners.

Anonymous said...

Analysis of Iran's presidential elections
By Zafar Bangash - 22.6.09
Iran’s presidential elections held on June 12 in which the incumbent, President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, retained his post with a wide margin over his nearest rival Mir Hussain Mousavi has provided the Muslim-hating West another opportunity to spout its anti-Islamic venom. Through its corporate-controlled media mouthpieces, they had already declared Mousavi the winner even before the people of Iran had had an opportunity to cast their vote. When the result turned out to be contrary to their perceived wisdom, it was immediately denounced as “rigged”. It seems even Mousavi had fallen for this propaganda because as soon as the polls closed, he told a press conference in Tehran that he had “won”. How he could make such a claim when no results had come in?
When the first results started to trickle in late on Friday June 12 and showed Ahmedinejad leading by a wide margin, the Western media, led by the BBC News World Service started to question their authenticity. Others followed suit. Soon there was a flood of accusations that there must have been massive rigging otherwise how could Ahmedinejad be ahead by such a wide margin. This was based on the Western media’s own wishful thinking of Mousavi’s victory. Part of the reason for their failure to accurately read the mood in Iran is due to the fact that Western journalists stay at Five-Star hotels—Isteqlal, Azadi and others—located in North Tehran. It is in this part of the city that the taghutis and other parasites of Iranian society live. Physically, these people may live in their mansions in North Tehran but mentally they are in Europe or North America—destinations they frequently visit. Such people feed their prejudices to Western reporters who need little prodding, based on their equally jaundiced view of the Islamic Republic, to reflect the most negative stereotyped images of Iran.
Some examples may help explain the point. In the weeks leading to the June 12 election, the overriding theme in Western media reporting was that most people would “boycott” the polls because they have “no faith” in the system. As the election campaign generated excitement, especially with televised debates between candidates, the Western media’s tune changed; their coverage started to focus on the “huge crowds” Mousavi was attracting and deliberately ignored the even larger crowds attending Ahmedinejad’s rallies. Media outlets that bothered to report Ahmedinejad’s rallies dismissed them as “rented crowds”. The largely ignorant Western public did not know the difference; besides, they had little interest in Iran’s elections. Their knowledge of Iran is based on the drivel fed to them by their own media: it is “building” a nuclear bomb and Ahmedinejad has threatened to “wipe out Israel”. Such prejudices are reinforced by the Iranian expatriate community that is largely opposed to the Islamic revolution, hence their decision to live outside Iran. Supporters of the revolution went back to Iran to help the Islamic Republic. (Extract from Iraqwar)
If no other analysis is forthcoming, this one will do to put some clarity in all that murk.

Anonymous said...

U.S. Economy Trending Towards an Inflationary Depression
Economics / Great Depression II
Jun 20, 2009 By: Global_Research
Bob Chapman writes: As Emperor Obama (Romulus the Usurper) fires GM's CEO, steals money from Chrysler's bondholders, puts together Public-Private Investment Partnerships (PPIP's) that will privatize gains and socialize losses in an attempt to stabilize derivative prices by having banks buy their toxic waste from one another in the usual "smoke and mirror" tradition of Wall Street, and creates what currently is an annualized 1.8 trillion dollar federal budget deficit that will grow exponentially over time to finance zombie banker bailouts, to fascistically nationalize the financial, insurance and auto manufacturing industries, and to provide inane, flash-in-the-pan, socialistic spending programs (euphemistically called "stimulus packages" that will do little or nothing to stimulate production or to create permanent jobs).
While simultaneously supporting the Fed's actions, which amount to little more than using chewing gum and bailing wire to keep the money and credit markets from collapsing as it creates and distributes, in arrogant, secretive, crony-capitalist fashion, a gargantuan pile of counterfeit monopoly money in an amount on par with total US GDP for an entire year, you can just sense and feel that there is now a runaway, hyperinflationary freight train rumbling down the tracks at ever greater speed that is soon going to derail and create a train wreck out of our economy.
Since hyperinflation is clearly in our future, let's talk about what inflation really is, what causes it, what the different degrees or levels of inflation are, and what it takes to put a stop to inflation?
By modern definitions, inflation is basically an overall increase in the prices charged for goods and services in a particular economy over time. This is a pretty simple concept, but there is some real confusion as to what the root cause of inflation is. It does not come from people willy-nilly charging more for their goods and services. People can raise prices all they like, but if there is not enough money and credit available to purchase their goods and services at the prices they are charging, they will eventually have to either lower their prices, or expect to make far fewer sales.
What you have witnessed for the past two years is the above concept in overdrive, especially in the real estate and automobile markets, as the supply of money and credit has greatly contracted for all but the anointed Illuminist institutions that are parking their profits and bailout money at interest with the Fed for fear that they might lend it out to a zombie financial institution or business corporation and never get it back. As their money is sidelined with the Fed to sterilize it (i.e. to keep it from stoking inflation) the smaller fry who depend on them for their supply of financial capital are being allowed to die of money and credit starvation so the anointed can purchase the most valuable parts of their financial carcasses at pennies on the dollar via bankruptcy auctions and fire-sales in a blatant attempt to eliminate their competition and consolidate their power.

Anonymous said...

Mujahiden Army Kills Dozens of Enemy Soldiers
Monday, 22 June 2009 - Mujaheden Army one of the Iraqi Resistance movements announced its most important achievement where it killed and wounded tens of America occupation forces as well as destroying armored wheels in the capital Baghdad. The group said its fighters from Diyala Province successfully performed an operation, the first of its first and admirable, where it surprised enemy forces. Fighters of the resistance group played double tricks where occupation soldiers tried to dismantle an explosive while another explosive went off killing 10 enemy soldiers and wounding 8 others two of them in critical condition. The group also announced that it successfully targeted another armored wheel that was taking the dead and wounded. As a result of the explosion many more enemy soldiers were killed, wounded and ammuniton was blown up. HEYET Net - Agencies
http://www.heyetnet.org/eng/iraqi-resistance/4530-mujahiden-army-kills-dozens-of-enemy-soldiers.html

Anonymous said...

Selective news reporting here in the West????
I will be informed by the news media about the
rioting in Teheran, but nary a word about US/EU casualities happening in Iraq or Afghanistan?????

Anonymous said...

"Color" revolution fizzles out in Iran - 22.06.09 - M.K. Bhadrakumar
The first warning that the adventurous project to mount a "Twitter revolution" in Iran was doomed to fail had to come from the Israelis. It meshes well with the indications that Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's capacity to command the seemingly explosive political situation was never really been in doubt, no matter the hype in the Western media that Tehran was on the 'knife's edge". If any doubt lingers, that also is dispelled by the fury in the state-controlled Saudi Arabian media's unprecedented, vicious personal attack on both Khamenei and President Mahmud Ahmadinejad - of a kind alien to the culture of politeness in that part of the world. Riyadh's fond hopes of witnessing the Iranian regime debilitated by a protracted crisis have been dashed. Its principal interlocutor, former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, has vanished from the chessboard. Riyadh seems bracing for Tehran's wrath.
Israel's faultless prognosis - In an extraordinary media leak at the weekend, just as Khamenei's historic speech at the Friday prayer meeting in Tehran ended, Meir Dagan, head of Israel's Mossad, let it be known that a win by Iranian opposition candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi in the presidential election on June 12 would have spelled "big problems" for Israel. It was a subtle acknowledgement of political realities in Tehran. Speaking to the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee of the Knesset (parliament) last Tuesday, Israel's spymaster could foresee that the protests in Iran would run out of steam. According to Ha'aretz newspaper, Dagan said: "Election fraud in Iran is no different than what happens in liberal states during elections. The struggle over the election results in Iran is internal and is unconnected to its strategic aspirations, including its nuclear program."
The assessment is faultless. By a masterstroke in "back-channel" diplomacy, Israel signaled to Tehran it had nothing to do with any "color" revolution. It was a timely signal. Indeed, divisions have come to surface that have existed for years within the Iranian regime. But it is very obvious that there is no scope for a "color" revolution in today's Iran. Even a trenchant, relentless critic of the regime like veteran author Amir Taheri admits:
The regime's base has benefited from Ahmadinejad's largesse, and the rest of Iranian society is not sure anyone could do better. Ahmadinejad's principal weakness is his failure to bring the rich and corrupt mullahs to justice, as he had promised. His supporters say that would be the priority in his second term. ... Today, he is the authentic leader of the Khomeinist movement in a way that Mousavi, or former President Mohammad Khatami, or any of the other half-way-house Khomeinists could never be.
For once a genuinely informative piece by Bhadrakumar. If the Saudis played such a prominent role in Iran´s election (as they did in Lebanon), one understands the desire to restore monarchy to the poor Iranian nation.

Anonymous said...

Since the June 12 Iranian presidential elections, Iran "experts” have mushroomed like bacteria in a Petri dish. So here is a quiz for all those instant experts. Which major country has elected more presidents than any in the world since 1980? Further, which nation is the only one that held ten presidential elections within thirty years of its revolution?
The answer to both questions, of course, is Iran. Since 1980, it has elected six presidents, while the U.S. is a close second with five, and France at three. In addition, the U.S. held four presidential elections within three decades of its revolution to Iran’s ten.
The Iranian elections have unified the left and the right in the West and unleashed harsh criticisms and attacks from the “outraged” politicians to the “indignant” mainstream media. Even the blogosphere has joined this battle with near uniformity, on the side of Iran’s opposition, which is quite rare in cyberspace.
Much of the allegations of election fraud have been just that: unsubstantiated accusations. No one has yet been able to provide a solid shred of evidence of wide scale fraud that would have garnered eleven million votes for one candidate over his opponent.

Anonymous said...

Police in Tehran today attacked hundreds of demonstrators with teargas and fired weapons into the air after the protesters defied a warning from the Revolutionary Guard that it would crush any further protests.
As helicopters hovered overhead, hundreds of police moved to disperse about 200 protesters gathered at Haft-e-Tir Square, the scene of huge demonstrations last week.
Witnesses said police prevented any groups, even small ones, from gathering. At the underground station by the square, police prevented people from standing still, asking them to keep walking and separating those who were walking together.

Anonymous said...

200 demonstrators in Tehran today, high casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan, a red day for west borses. A good start to the week.

Anonymous said...

Our blog is apparently folding up. Thanks and goodbye to one and all.

Anonymous said...

Iran sets date for Ahmadinejad to take oath of office - 23 Jun 2009
Ahmadinejad will be sworn in for a second four-year term. He was declared victor by a landslide in the disputed presidential election on June 12.
After winning a landslide victory in Iran's closely-contested and disputed 10th presidential election, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn in before parliament between July 26 and August 19.
On Tuesday, parliament's board of directors set July 26 to August 19 as the period for the president's swearing-in and the introduction of the new cabinet, IRNA reported.
Parliamentary deputies will also review the credentials of the proposed ministers during the same period.
Iran's Interior Ministry declared President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the winner of the June 12th election with almost two-thirds of the vote.
The defeated candidates, Mir-Hossein Mousavi, Mehdi Karroubi and Mohsen Rezaei, have cried foul once the results were announced and reported over 600 irregularities in the electoral process to the Guardian Council.
However, the council which is tasked with supervising the elections ruled out the possibility of nullifying the presidential election, saying there has been no record of any major irregularity.

Anonymous said...

THE SEVENTY ONE YEAR RALLY ENDED IN 2007 - NOW INSIDERS ARE GETTING OUT FAST - 23.06.2009
If these executives are selling NOW after two years the top was made IS BECAUSE IT AIN'T MUCH HOPE ANYMORE. Almost zero interest rate did not work, the trillions in banking bail out is not working (39 banks went belly up this year and still counting), official unemployment is now over 10% MEANING REAL UNEMPLOYMENT IS ABOUT 20%.

SUBPRIME HOME REAL ESTATE IS NOT CONTAINED as more people keep loosing their jobs. Sub prime scam is now biting COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE! The USA Manufacturing capacity that used to run about 85-90% capacity keep going down as the de-industrialization keeps going. USA NEEDS 200,000 NEW JOBS EVERY MONTH TO KEEP THE ECONOMY GOING; however over 5 millions have lost their job. This means 5 million existing jobs are gone plus 4 million new jobs that were not created in the last two years (new kids entering work force) means an staggering and growing problem. Considering that the USA economy depends 70% on consumers and 20% are out of work or in “survival work” you can be sure that the GDP will keep shrinking by 14%.
HISTORICALLY NO COUNTRY HAVE EVER MANAGED TO PAY THEIR DEBT WHEN EXCEEDS 6% OF THEIR GDP. USA now is above 12% (also the UK is at 12% and the Western Europe is mostly above 6% like France, Spain, Italy) and you must rest assure that USA CANNOT PAY BACK THE DEBT. Furthermore, the reason why the interest rate is so low is BECAUSE USA CANNOT EVEN SERVE THE DEBT i.e. it has to borrow money just to pay the interest. So the US dollar and the Euro are at risk of extinction; and this is not a prophecy is a fact. Otherwise, why would imperial west keep pushing for more wars and bigger wars? Because in a major world wide conflagration THE ROYALTIES AND BANKERS think they will win; in that case THEY WILL FORCE THE LOSERS to turn the page and forget the debt. CAPICE? Why they were so interested in forcing Saddam to disarm? Why they are so cynical and double standards about nuclear power? REMEMBER AFRICA, ASIA AND AMERICA WERE CONQUERED BY THE GUNPOWDER and the knowledge of the iron; this military superiority allowed war monger Europe to murder over 150 million and loot the entire planet!
With a year deficit of ONE POINT FIVE TRILLION the USA needs now OVER ONE HUNDREDS BILLIONS PER MONTH FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD! The entire world savings IS NOT ENOUGH TO SUSTAIN USA DEFICIT! So they will keep squeezing – SO FAR GLOBALLY WE REACH OVER ONE BILLION PEOPLE LIVING IN POVERTY AND HUNGER!
GET OUT WHILE YOU CAN!

poiuytr said...

good news coverage!

right, the JapBond 130B attempt to offload has to be a hoax, how else could they explain it the inside dollar dumping. but of course, as hoax, it's impossible to sell 130B worth of USA counterfeit bonds. it's probably impossible to sell that if they were real without setting off alarms across the west fiscal dungeons.

Iran is typical west war zone now where they're working for civil war killing people and so on. we do know USAns dress like locals in Iraq and set off bombs killing civilians trying to set off civil war. it's the same thing.

Iran without a civil war is a dangerous nation for the west vampires so they'll have to do everything they can to push it off balance. but it's unlikely they can win this one. of course, it's an attack though, an int'l terrorist attack.

18:23 -- USA deficit
indeed! it's so over that they're killing Iranians dressed as Iranians, that they're provoking N Korea into a nuke exchange. 911, Iraq, Afghanistan weren't done for fun but out of sheer desperation. and today the west is on the brink of 90%+ devaluation and a wall to wall prolapse, which means they're beyond desperate and ready, absolutely yearning for a regional nuke war, anywhere, anyhow, by any means.

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