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    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:25AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 6:24:34 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Briar <BriarLorenz@aol.com> Jul 31 10:53AM -0700  

    My understanding of our laws about this sort of thing is that polygamy
    is illegal here, so we only grant tax relief or help with the first
    wife and her children, the others are illegal here and should be left
    behind at home. If brought here they should be refused admission and
    arrangements made for their repatriation. Unless one of the recent
    bunches of idiots that sit in the House of Clowns changed that - does
    anyone know of any Act that did so ?
     
     

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 02:18PM -0700  

    And it is your opinion the country needs the old bitch jar if she was so
    bloody good why did your lot stab the old cow in the back?
     
    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 18:24:34 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 02:21PM -0700  

    Oh look the so called predictable adult debate from jar...I would need a
    years supply of oxygen jar because you KNOW FULL well there isn't anything
    better under your croc of shite who are now infesting the HOC.You old farts
    are all the same you sing your praises for the tories but can name a single
    aspect which is better under the inept wankers..
     
    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 18:24:02 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 03:38AM -0700  

    Yes they all are jar.......but the thread appears to be about the
    'news of the day', not a round up of every other single photo op
    during the last 50 years.
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jul 31 03:53AM -0700  

    On Monday, July 30, 2012 9:30:17 PM UTC+1, jar wrote:

     
    > sorry AFFA you are deliberately not understanding or you are insulting my
    > intelligence
     
    > What I understand is that the Blair photo's were taken when 'out & about'
    to meet the public.
    He was campaigning, and yes they all do that.
    This Cameron photo was not taken during campaigning (although it is
    possible he feels he has to re-connect with the people), and was
    an unnecessary exposure which would have inconvenienced quite a lot of
    people.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 03:58AM -0700  

    Poor old jar AWM he just doesn't like to see his beloved tories shown up for what they are. If I had his address I would send him a bog roll with the caMorons head on every sheet which they are selling down here in the croc shops. It's the best seller at the mo.

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jul 31 04:00AM -0700  

    On Monday, July 30, 2012 10:47:21 PM UTC+1, ewill wrote:
     
    > At least Cameron was going somewhere (as I've subsequently seen him on
    > TV sitting in the audience at the aquatics centre)
     
    Tom Daley saw him too. Just as he stood on th board in round four ....
    thought, "oh bloody hell. That
    turd is here", and subsequently blew his medal chances.

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 04:24AM -0700  

    It's true...he Daley tweeted to say, ''bollox to that, I don't want to
    go to that twats reception at No.10 for all GB medalists''.
     
    Sppppuuuuuulllllaaaaaaaaaaasssssshhhh !!!!
     
    Unfortunately, the current catering order is for one loaf of bread, a
    cucumber, and a bottle of Spitfire ale.
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:14AM -0700  

    Im sure that master piece took you a long time to think up Jonsky and we
    know whats on this board thats what makes it interesting
     
    On Monday, July 30, 2012 9:43:18 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:15AM -0700  

    lol Thats why he is diver AWM
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:24:07 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 05:24AM -0700  

    So yet again what do you have to say about the topic jar? We all know you can shit and stamp in it if your lot ate shown up for what they are.

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 05:26AM -0700  

    Apparently, listening to the commentary yesterday, it's the
    sssspppppuuuuurrrrrlllllaaaaaassssshhhhh that costs marks.
     
    > lol Thats why he is  diver AWM
    chances.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:38AM -0700  

    nothing to you jonsky. waste of time
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:24:40 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:39AM -0700  

    two sploshes !!
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:26:02 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 05:40AM -0700  

    Oh here's punch jar again the Tory loving puppet.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:27AM -0700  

    carry on making a fool of yourself . Dont forget everyone can see what you
    re up to.
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:40:37 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 02:14PM -0700  

    LOL Says tory punch..
     
    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 18:27:55 UTC+1, jar wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 30 08:58PM -0700  

    Exactly Affa I bet locky didn't read the couple of paragraphs below from
    his only link that he could find...
     
    The Office for National Statistics said on Tuesday that the government's
    preferred measure, public sector net borrowing excluding financial sector
    interventions, fell to 8.30 percent of GDP in 2011/12 from 9.27 percent in
    2010/11 - in line with forecasts from the independent Office for Budget
    Responsibility.
     
    This was despite higher than expected borrowing in March of 18.174 billion
    pounds, the highest March reading in two years and well above economists'
    forecasts.
     
    The fiscal-year total came in just below its 126 billion pound target at
    125.974 billion pounds, but Britain's total debt burden rose to a record
    1.0225 trillion pounds, equivalent to 66 percent of GDP.
     
    "They are making gradual progress in reducing the deficit," said Ross
    Walker, an economist at Royal Bank of Scotland.
     
    "It's going to get more difficult in subsequent years ... we haven't really
    had any significant current expenditure cuts."
     
     
     
     
     
    On Monday, 30 July 2012 23:02:55 UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jul 31 01:14AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 04:58:47 UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     
    > Exactly Affa I bet locky didn't read the couple of paragraphs below from
    > his only link that he could find...
     
    They hit their target in reducing Labours humongous borrowing requirement
    and any fool except you realises the national debt will continue to rise
    until LABOURS deficit is wiped out completely

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 02:34AM -0700  

    They scraped through locky. But this year they haven't got a snowball in hell chance of hitting their target. Every time we hear of something positive it is downgraded the following week. They are just a bunch of chances who are not fit for purpose and a bloody waste of the air that they breath.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jul 31 03:07AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 10:34:21 UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:
     
    > They scraped through locky.
     

    Nice of you to admit they HIT THE DEFICIT REDUCTION TARGET.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 03:12AM -0700  

    They scraped through last year locky according to the only link you could find which had the same bullshite as you. Have you seen Sandys new thread on the non existent state of our economy locky?

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:23AM -0700  

    That is unsurprising in the present world economic climate
     
    On Monday, July 30, 2012 11:02:55 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 05:27AM -0700  

    The only thing surprising is that the tossers who voted them in are now bullshitting 24/7 in their defence jar.

     

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    tinman <tinman080872@aol.com> Jul 31 04:16AM -0700  

    The sooner this lot are ousted from power the better for the whole
    country. Why on earth would anyone want to defend this shower of shit.
     
     
     
    IMMIGRANTS with multiple wives could claim higher benefit payments
    thanks to a loophole in the Govern-ment's welfare shake-up, it emerged
    yesterday.
     
    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/336416/Married-migrants-benefits-scandal

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 04:24AM -0700  

    Yep as per usual Tinman it's all tits up under the Tories.

     

    tinman <tinman080872@aol.com> Jul 31 04:27AM -0700  

    I'm still waiting for something good to come out of this coalition.
    The only thing I've seen so far is proof positive the Tories are unfit
    to govern.
     

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 04:29AM -0700  

    Now, now boys. We all know that this will all be Labours fault and we
    must highlight every benefit scam and loop hole perpetrated under a
    Labour Government just to be fair about this.
     

     

    Sandman <joerevo2@aol.com> Jul 31 04:32AM -0700  

    The same welfare shake up, as shown on TV last night, that stops
    our own disabled from claiming benefits, with tests being done by
    a French firm that has unqualified staff.

     
    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 12:16:43 UTC+1, tinman wrote:
     

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jul 31 04:37AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 12:29:34 UTC+1, AWM wrote:
     
    > Now, now boys. We all know that this will all be Labours fault
     

    This is a loophole which has been going on for decades.

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 04:54AM -0700  

    Decades ? Started by the Tories then ?
     

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:11AM -0700  

    Of course it is and you are right to tell them to calm down they were all
    getting far to excited just like dogs round a bone. Any gvt that follows
    Labour have to clear up the place before they can start refurbishing it.
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:29:34 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 05:12AM -0700  

    Doesnt matter who started it . If it has been going on for decades someone
    should have stopped it.
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:54:08 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 05:19AM -0700  

    Funnily enough though jar, this piece appears to be representative of
    the current Governments post Labour benefit 'shake-up'.
     

     

    AWM <Anotherwhitemug@aol.com> Jul 31 05:20AM -0700  

    Oh, but no one wanted to listen when this sort of scam was highlighted
    by a minority party many years ago.
     

     

    Affa <Affajeeves@aol.com> Jul 31 05:21AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 12:54:08 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     
    > Decades ? Started by the Tories then ?
     
    In her anxiety over the millions out of work, Mrs T's government relaxed
    incapacity benefit controls and
    the start of the 'bad back' syndrome and welfare dependency. I'm old enough
    to recall a time when there was no 'culture' of a life on benefits, and was
    there when it changed.
    I witnessed seaside hoteliers renting out all their rooms to the
    unemployed. When YTS was nothing other than cheap subsidied labour.
    When the wife took a job at the supermarket and the husband stayed at home.
    When the black job-market had gangers ferrying 'layabouts' across counties
    to work all day for cash-in-hand pennies.
    It is the legacy of Thatcher.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 05:22AM -0700  

    So have you any idea when your shower are going to start jar. All we see is things getting worse by the hour.

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jul 31 06:02AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 13:21:19 UTC+1, Affa wrote:
     
    > In her anxiety over the millions out of work, Mrs T's government relaxed
    > incapacity benefit controls and
    > the start of the 'bad back' syndrome and welfare dependency.
     
    Your telling us the local GPs in the valleys were part of this conspiracy
    theory, the first massive rise in sickie claiments was under Labour.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:11AM -0700  

    Who Knows AWM maybe they are making mistakes they are bound to harm the
    flowers when de weeding so to speak. I am all for this process which is
    bound to come up against the usual opposition and as I said I dont care who
    does it as long as its done. There is a lot being allowed to go on which I
    cannot understand the latest pandering to odd religons having more than one
    wife FFS. Just as well King Soloman doesnt wnt to come here I think he had
    upwards of a thousand wives and 300 concubines
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:19:32 PM UTC+1, AWM wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:12AM -0700  

    Yes jonsky I can tell you think that because thats all you post
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:22:15 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:14AM -0700  

    Youd put rain stopped play down to Mrs T AFFA . THe country could do with
    her now and thats for sure
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 1:21:19 PM UTC+1, Affa wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 10:17AM -0700  

    So are you saying things are better under your croc jar? That's funny a few weeks back when Tinman asked you what was so much better now under the shower of shite we have now you avoided the question with your usual childish evasion tactic of attacking the messenger. So feel free at anytime to post what is better now than it was under labour? LOL now I awaite your usual drivel with bated breath jar.

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 10:19AM -0700  

    The country needs that old bag like it needs a bloody hole in the head. It's thanks to her that we are in the shit now.

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:24AM -0700  

    Do us a fvour and keep holding your breath Jonskey
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 6:17:36 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    jar <jar1a2@aol.com> Jul 31 10:24AM -0700  

    thts your opinion so it doesnt matter
     
    On Tuesday, July 31, 2012 6:19:40 PM UTC+1, Jonksy wrote:

     

    Jonksy <jonksy@hotmail.co.uk> Jul 31 03:10AM -0700  

    Shhhhhh Sandy don't tell locky and co because it dispels the bullshit of the tits up Tories being on track with the economy and the widening deficit.

     

    Briar <BriarLorenz@aol.com> Jul 31 03:26AM -0700  

    It is hardly surprising that so few mortgages are being given - when
    people
    see the increased likelihood of losing their jobs quite soon, and when
    anyway
    the Banks seem not to have any to lend, people are paying rents, or
    staying
    where they are, even if cramped, rather than risk mortgages on still
    overpriced
    properties they may soon have to leave when they default.
     
    Grown-up children are staying home with parents until they are in
    their 30s,
    rather than marrying and moving out as soon as they stop being in
    their teens,
    the way my generation mostly did. Some even move in with
    Grandparent(s)!
     
    Only one thing is a puzzle to me - what did those banks do with all
    that money
    the "government" gave them ?
     
     
     

     

    Trueblue <V6jtrichardpr@aim.com> Jul 31 04:43AM -0700  

    On Tuesday, 31 July 2012 10:50:32 UTC+1, Sandman wrote:
     
    > A 12.5% drop in mortgages, the lowest since december 2010
    > and a 60% drop from 4yrs ago,consumer confidence at rock
    > bottom,
     
    Could it be the Banks Labour involved in the Libor scandle are holding
    money back to pay the huge fines.?

     

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Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Check out Obama Descendant Of African Slave, According To Genealogy Research

The New York Times has a longer article on it.  Some excerpts:

"Its team, while lacking definitive proof, said it had evidence that "strongly suggests" Mr. Obama's family tree — on his mother's side — stretches back nearly four centuries to a slave in colonial Virginia named John Punch."
...
""I consider myself Caucasian, but I find that my mixed-race roots go way back," said Mark Bunch, who administers the Bunch family project.
Mr. Bunch, 53, the finance director for a community hospital in the agricultural town of Othello, in eastern Washington State, learned of the project several years ago from a cousin. He bought a home DNA test kit, swabbed the inside of his cheek three times and sent it off for analysis. What came back — a genetic blueprint that included sub-Saharan African roots — surprised Mr. Bunch."

For me, the insinuation of the longer piece is that there are many white people in the US who don't realize that they are descendants of African slaves.  I don't see that as a knock on Obama, just a statement on how complex the US's history is: e.g., white descendants of an African slave fighting for the Confederacy because they are unaware of their roots, if the article is to be believed.  Echoes of Nella Larsen's Passing.

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in my opinion, scurrilous and propagandistic nonsense ought to be ignored.
to discuss is to provide them with value, which they don't have
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I am sure we know the insinuation of this so-called discovery. First he was supposed not to have been born in America. Second he is now a descendant of an African slave. What will be next? All because of election 2012.  Kunirum Osia
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NATO “Weather War” Warned “Out Of Control” As Global Food Fears Rise

Posted: 31 Jul 2012 09:29 AM PDT

A shocking report prepared for President Putin by The Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) on the 7 July catastrophic flood that devastated the southern Russian Caucasus Mountain town of Krymskkilling 171 people and damaging more than 4,000 homes, states that no timely warnings were given ahead of this disaster as the cause of it was classified by Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov as an "extreme and out-of-control NATO-US weather war event."

According to this report, there have been up to now no "active mechanisms for communications" between Ministries when events such as this occur as the missions of EMERCOM and the Defense Ministry conflicted due to the radar images of this freak storm being given the highest classification level "Of Special Importance" and refers to information which, if released, would cause damage to the entire Russian Federation.

The "damage" feared by the Defense Ministry should these radar images be released and the public warned of this storm, this report says, would be NATO and the United States learning of Russian capabilities to monitor and track these "weather war events" before they actually occur due to their unique"geomagnetic signatures."

And in what reads more like science fiction than science fact, this report warns that NATO-US "weather war" experiments being carried out for the first time this year, and which caused the Krymsk flood disaster, involve creating "electromagnetic dams" to block our Earth's "atmospheric rivers" causing mass flooding and drought events to occur over the lands occupied by their enemies.

An atmospheric river is a narrow corridor or filament of concentrated moisture in the atmosphere. Atmospheric rivers consist of narrow bands of enhanced water vapor transport, typically along the boundaries between large areas of divergent surface air flow, including some frontal zones in association with extratropical cyclones that form over the oceans.

The term was originally coined by researchers Reginald Newell and Yong Zhu of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the early 1990s, to reflect the narrowness of the moisture plumes involved. Atmospheric rivers are typically several thousand kilometers long and only a few hundred kilometers wide, and a single one can carry a greater flux of water than the Earth’s largest river, the Amazon River. There are typically 3-5 of these narrow plumes present within a hemisphere at any given time.

Unfortunately for the entire world, this report continues, NATO and the United States have begun implementing the worst plans outlined in the August, 1996 US Air Force research paper titled "Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025" [Note: this is an official US Air Force link (PDF)] that in its opening summery says:

"A high-risk, high-reward endeavor, weather-modification offers a dilemma not unlike the splitting of the atom. While some segments of society will always be reluctant to examine controversial issues such as weather-modification, the tremendous military capabilities that could result from this field are ignored at our own peril.  From enhancing friendly operations or disrupting those of the enemy via small-scale tailoring of the natural weather patterns to complete dominance of global communications and counterspace control, weather-modification offers the war fighter a wide-range of possible options to defeat or coerce and adversary.

In the broadest sense, weather-modification can be divided into two major categories: suppression and intensification of weather patterns. In extreme cases, it might involve the creation of completely new weather patterns, attenuation or control of severe storms, or even alteration of global climate on a far-reaching and/or long-lasting scale."

Important to note, this report says, was that the "weather war event" that devastated Krymsk was being aimed by NATO-US forces against ChinaNorth Korea and Iran, wherein the first two were hit by unprecedented killing rains and floods, with the latter being hit with a disastrous drought.

Iranian vice president Hassan Mousavi on 17 July became the first world leader to bring notice about these NATO-US "weather war" experiments to the general public this year by stating,  "The world arrogance and colonist (term used by Iranian authorities to label the West) are influencing Iran’s climate conditions using technology… The drought is an acute issue and soft war is completely evident… This level of drought is not normal."

Not only is the drought in Iran "not normal," this report says, but the drought in America’s breadbasket that is intensifying at an unprecedented rate is being caused by these "weather war" events completely destroying the normal flow of our Earth's atmospheric rivers that now appear to be "totally out of control" and may take years, if not decades, to recover.

The immediate consequence of this historic US drought, whose situation is only worsening, with almost two-thirds of the United States being affected, fears of a catastrophic global food crisis have arisen causing Robert Thompson, former director of agriculture and rural development at the World Bank and currently a visiting scholar at Washington’s Johns Hopkins University, to warn today, "This is a once- or twice-a-century drought, and it’s more severe than anybody has been preparing for…"

The exception to Thompson's warning that no one is preparing for a global food crisis appears to be the United States whose US Army forces have now joined their Homeland Security Department in placing"urgent orders" for massive amounts of riot equipment.

The same, however, cannot be said of the Western people themselves as they, as always, continue to ignore the brutal truths facing them having opted, instead, to continue to live in the fairytale land of the mainstream media lies they're continually told to believe against all logic and common sense because, after all…what use is the truth when they've already given up?

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U.S. forces on Syrian border. Assad ‘may put military on highest alert’

Posted: 31 Jul 2012 09:22 AM PDT

Russian intelligence has information about U.S. troops inside Turkey near the country's border with Syria, a senior Syrian official told KleinOnline today.

The official said the Russians said they observed American forces taking part in Turkish military measures to secure the Syria-Turkey borders.

The official said the information about a U.S. military presence in Turkey has led to a debate within the Syrian leadership about whether to move the Syrian military to its highest alert level. Currently, the Syrian army is on its second highest alert.

While the presence of U.S. forces inside Turkey could not be immediately verified this is not the first time the American military has been accused of aiding the insurgency targeting Bashar Assad's regime.

In February, KleinOnline was first to report the U.S., Turkey and Jordan were running a training base for the Syrian rebels in the Jordanian town of Safawi in the country's northern desert region, according to several knowledgeable Egyptian and Arab security officials.

The security officials also claimed Saudi Arabia was sending weapons to the rebels via surrogates, including through Druze and Christian leaders in Lebanon such as Druze leader Walid Jumblatt; Saudi-Lebanese billionaire Saad Hariri, who recently served as Lebanon's prime minister; and senior Lebanese opposition leader Samir Farid Geagea.

The U.S. has repeatedly denied directly arming the rebels, stating it is only providing nonlethal aid.

Any aid to the rebels is highly controversial. There are now widespread reports of al-Qaida among the ranks of the opposition, with some jihadist branches officially joining the U.S.-supported Free Syrian Army.

The opposition is currently intensifying the fight against Assad's forces in the key city of Aleppo amid claims, denied by the revels, the Syrian military has retaken the city.

KleinOnline reported that Assad held a meeting last week in which he set the goal of entirely quelling the opposition targeting his regime by October, according to a senior Syrian official.

The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Assad ordered his military to rid the Damascus region, including Aleppo, of rebels by the end of Ramadan on Aug. 18. He said Assad believes he can clear the opposition from the region of Homs by Sept. 10 and end the insurgency by October.

The official admitted the coming weeks will be "bloody." He affirmed Russia stands squarely in the Syrian camp.

Source.

August 1 debt crisis a reality, says financial expert

Posted: 31 Jul 2012 07:14 AM PDT

At least one expert is predicting an economy collapse that will make 2008 look like the economy of the 1980s Regan era and it is coming soon. And he says it could happen as early as Aug. 1, the day the Feds are expected to announce plans for a third round of Quantitative Easing and the beginning of the next phase of printing money.

“If the Fed ultimately comes through with QE3… it won’t strengthen the economy, but it will weaken the dollar,” said Peter Schiff in a recent interview with Yahoo! News.

In his latest book, “The Real Crash: America’s Coming Bankruptcy,” Schiff outlines the beginning of another recession; takes aim at the Fed's for unleashing a third round of Quantitative Easing and paints a frightening picture for the future.

“We’ve got a much bigger collapse coming, and not just of the markets but of the economy,” he said, according to Money Morning. “It’s like what you’re seeing in Europe right now, only worse.”

Additionally, he said Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s policies will ultimately result in a "Greek-style" debt crisis where the dollar plunges and consumer prices and interest rates spike. This coming crisis, according to Schiff, is inescapable due to the efforts the Fed's made during the crash of the housing market.

Surprisingly, Schiff isn't alone in his predications. What may be startling, though, is who is in agreement with the noted financial expert – scientists and geopolitical experts. According to reports, these individuals have discovered a pattern. Terry Weiss of Money Morning describes it as "[a pattern] they believe could soon hasten an American economic catastrophe – and a radical hit to the wealth and financial security of millions Americans. "

Chris Martenson, scientist and expert on exponential growth, is one of those who agree with Schiff; noting accelerating debt is often overlooked at first. And when it's finally uncovered, he told Weiss, "That's when chaos breaks out?"

At 357 percent more than the GDP, the total credit market debt is in doubling quickly, Money Morning reports.

“It’s a very dangerous exponential growth curve,” says Martenson, “one that’s setting us up for a situation worse than we’ve seen in Greece and a and across Europe. Every American needs to know what this means and what steps to take with your finances, investments and day-to-day life to prepare for it.”

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Re: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Dullest Campaign Eve

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Dullest Campaign Ever - NYTimes.com

The New York Times


July 30, 2012

Dullest Campaign Ever

A few weeks ago, Peggy Noonan wrote a column in The Wall Street Journal that perfectly captures my attitude toward this presidential campaign: It's incredibly consequential and incredibly boring all at the same time.

Since then, I've come up with a number of reasons for why it is so dull. First, intellectual stagnation. This race is the latest iteration of the same debate we've been having since 1964. Mitt Romney is calling President Obama a big-government liberal who wants to crush business. Obama is calling Romney a corporate tool who wants to take away grandma's health care.

American politics went through tremendous changes between 1900 and 1936, and then again between 1940 and 1976. But our big government/small government debate is back where it was a generation ago. Candidates don't even have to rehearse the arguments anymore; they just find the gaffes that will help them pin their opponent to the standard bogyman clichés.

Second, lack of any hint of intellectual innovation. Candidates used to start their campaigns by giving serious policy addresses at universities and think tanks to lay out their distinct philosophies. Bill Clinton was a New Democrat. George W. Bush was a Compassionate Conservative.

But the ideological climate has ossified. Candidates know that they'd be punished for saying something unexpected — by the rich, elderly donors and by the hyperorthodox talk-show hosts. Instead of saying something new, now they just try to boost turnout within their own demographic niches and suppress turnout in the other guy's niches.

Third, increased focus on the uninformed. Four years ago, Barack Obama gave a sophisticated major speech on race. Mitt Romney did one on religion. This year, the candidates do not feel compelled to give major speeches. The prevailing view is that anybody who would pay attention to such a speech is already committed to a candidate. It's more efficient to focus on the undecided voters, who don't really follow politics or the news.

Fourth, lack of serious policy proposals. Has there ever been a campaign with so few major plans on the table? President Obama's proposals are small and medium-size retreads, while Mitt Romney has run the closest thing to a policy-free race as any candidate in my lifetime. Republicans spend their days fleshing out proposals, which Romney decides not to champion.

Fifth, negative passion. Both parties are driven more by hatred than by love. Both sides feel it would be a disaster for the country if the other side had power during the next four years. Neither side is propelled by much positive enthusiasm for their own side.

Many Democratic politicians think Obama looks down on them as a bunch of lowlife hacks. As Noonan wrote in that column, he sometimes seems to regard politics as a weary duty on his path to greatness. The Republican coolness toward Romney is such that he's having trouble recruiting people to work on the campaign.

Sixth, no enactment strategy. To avert catastrophe, the next president will have to rally bipartisan majorities around a budget deal and many other things. That will require personal and relationship skills neither has demonstrated. The polarizing, negative tactics the candidates use to get elected will make it impossible to succeed after one of them wins.

Seventh, ad budget myopia. Both campaigns fervently believe that more spending leads to more votes. They also believe that if they can carpet bomb swing voters with enough negative ads, then eventually the sheer weight of the barrage will produce movement in their direction. There's little evidence that these prejudices are true. But the campaigns are like World War I generals. If something isn't working, the answer must be to try more of it.

Eighth, technology is making campaigns dumber. BlackBerrys and iPhones mean that campaigns can respond to their opponents minute by minute and hour by hour. The campaigns get lost in tit-for-tat minutiae that nobody outside the bubble cares about. Meanwhile, use of the Internet means that Web videos overshadow candidate speeches and appearances. Video replaces verbal. Tactics eclipse vision.

Finally, dishonesty numbs. A few years ago, newspapers and nonprofits set up fact-checking squads, rating campaign statements with Pinocchios and such. The hope was that if nonpartisan outfits exposed campaign deception, the campaigns would be too ashamed to lie so much.

This hope was naïve. As John Dickerson of Slate has said, the campaigns want the Pinocchios. They want to show how tough they are. But the result is a credibility vacuum. It's impossible to take ads seriously. They are the jackhammer noise in the background of life.

This is the paradox. As campaigns get more sophisticated, everything begins to look more homogenized, less effective and indescribably soporific.


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