US Government Screw Up Or A Distraction – Episode 159

youtube_kerry_distraction_economic_collapse2Kerry over the weekend said that all Assad needs to do is hand over his chemical weapons. Russia heard the proposal and spoke with Assad and he said ok lets do it. The US government back pedaled a little and then President Obama said lets proceed. The US Government has not backed down on a strike and they want Assad to admit they he used chemical weapons. The central bankers/US government want war, need war and will not give up until they get their war. They understand that the economy is going to collapse and they cannot be blamed when it happens.

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French housing crisis continues to plague millions of people

  • France is facing criticism to reduce homelessness as housing shortages continue to plague millions of people in the country, Press TV reports.
  • NGOs have gathered in Paris to highlight the French government’s failure to address the housing crisis, reminding lawmakers of former President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pledge to eliminate homelessness in France.
  • “Expulsions have gone up by 50 to 100 percent. This is the biggest reason today behind homelessness and has caused a very big housing crisis. All those who cannot pay their rents are thrown out. Some 30 to 40,000 households have been affected,” said Christophe Robert, the deputy direction of the Abbe Pierre foundation.
  • Over 130,000 people sleep rough in the European country, a rate that is almost 50,000 more than the figures from the early 2000.
  • NGOs also claimed that approximately nine million people live in unfit habitations across the country.
  • Meanwhile, official figures put at three million the number of people who live in extremely unhygienic conditions.

Russia To USA, ‘Check’ Your Move – Episode 158

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The anniversary of 9/11 is coming up and there are many potential false flags on the horizon. The million Muslim march, the FBI cyber threat warning, the transfer of nuclear weapons without paper work. Russia and Syria agreed on international control of the chemical weapons.  The US has not responded as of yet they are discussing their options. As we know the central bankers/US government have been planning to get into Syria and Iran for years now and at this point it doesn’t seem like they will back down on the attack of Syria. If they do, be prepared for a false flag.

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– Monti Paschi Faces Bail-In As Capital Needs Point To Nationalization

The FDIC/Bank of England document for bail-ins was created well before the Cyprus bail-in. They said this was not a template for the world bail-in scheme. It seems that all those who said it was a template are right. The Monti Paschi bank looks like its heading down the path of a bail-in

  • Just as we warned 4 months ago, the oldest bank in the world now faces a critical need to raise EUR2.5 billion in fresh capital – more than double its original plan. “There is no chance on the planet that they can raise [this] in 12 months… they are heading towards nationalization,” exclaimed one investment banker, confirmed by another who added via Reuters, “it will be difficult to find someone to shell out all that money.” The capital raise is equivalent to the entire market cap of the bank currently and it is becoming increasingly clear that the Italian state will be forced to provide the equity. The problem (for BMPS bondholders and depositors) is that under such a scenario, as Bloomberg notes, EC State Aid rules regarding a subordinated-debt bail-in could apply. However, given the small size of sub-debt in the capital structures, it is unclear who will get the haircut including senior bondholders and depositors.

Current Economic Collapse – “News Brief” – Episode 157

youtube_newsbriefeconomic_collapse2Congress is back in session on Sept 9. The President and other government officials are campaigning to persuade the congress to vote in their favor. There are reports that congress is headed for a no vote and since they are headed to a no vote they might not vote at all to save their careers. There are numerous warnings about a potential false flag to start the war.

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Greek Prime Minister Says Positive Economic Data Points to Austerity Easing

Correction I said 25,000 people they had to layoff it was 15,000

  •  Prime Minister Antonis Samaras of Greece seized on new economic data on Saturday that indicated the country was on track to economic recovery and promised relief to Greeks weary of years of punishing austerity.
  • “Greece is turning the page,” Mr. Samaras told politicians and entrepreneurs at an annual international trade fair in the northern port of Thessaloniki, traditionally used by Greek prime ministers to outline their government’s economic policy for the coming year. “There will be no more austerity measures,” he said.
  • Citing figures released on Friday by the national statistics agency, Mr. Samaras said the Greek economy shrank 3.8 percent in the second quarter, significantly less than an estimate of 4.6 percent. It was the smallest contraction since 2010, when Greece signed its first multibillion-euro loan deal with its so-called troika of creditors — the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund. The improvement is largely the result of an unexpectedly strong rebound in the country’s crucial tourism sector, with a record 18 million foreign visitors expected this year, he said.
  • Equally encouraging are early indications that the country will achieve this year a primary surplus — a budget surplus not counting debt financing, Mr. Samaras said. He said this would be the “first decisive step toward exiting the policy of memorandums,” referring to Greece’s two loan agreements since 2010, which are worth a total of 240 billion euros ($315 billion) and have been meted out in installments in exchange for a series of austerity measures.

“No” Vote From Congress, High Probability Of A False Flag- Episode 156

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Russia has moved more ships into the Mediterranean and China has ships on their way. The US is compiling any evidence they have to prove that Assad used chemical weapons. The UN has not finished compiling the evidence so the results are not in. The US job numbers came out and unemployment was reduced by 1%. The President indicated at the G20 that the FED will begin tapering, the central banks of central banks are saying to taper. Congress comes back into session on Sept 9th. The people of America are saying no to war, will Congress listen.

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Spain industrial output falls for 23rd consecutive month

  • Official data shows Spain’s industrial output has fallen for the 23rd consecutive month as domestic demand crumbled in a job-wrecking recession.
  • Spain’s National Statistics Institute presented the data on Friday, revealing that the country’s factories and utilities reduced production by 1.4 percent year-on-year in July.
  • This follows another 2.2 percent drop in output on an annual basis in June.
  • The institute also revealed that the production of durable consumer goods such as cars and home appliances plunged 10.5 percent. Analysts see the large drop as a worrying sign for the economy.
  • Another report by the institute on August 27 showed that the country’s recession is far worse than predicted, as the country’s economy shrank in 2012 by 1.6 percent, which was 0.2 percent more than expected.
  • Spain, which is the eurozone’s fourth-largest economy, is struggling to come out in this quarter from a two-year recession, which has affected millions of jobs and increased national debt.
  • The deep recession has driven the country’s unemployment rate to a record high of 27 percent in May. Official figures show that the total number of unemployed people has passed the five million mark.

Tension Builds Between The US, Russia And China – Episode 155

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The US fleet and the Russian fleet are positioned in the Mediterranean outside of Syria.  The US economy is on the brink of collapse and the central bankers/US government are making there last attempt of forcing the dollar as the reserve currency.  The central bankers need to control all natural resources before and after the war.  The central bankers will attempt to reset the system with those natural resources. China and Russia have been warning the US to not start this war because it would be catastrophic if they do.

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Cyprus parliament rejects condition for bailout, talks continue

  • The parliament of Cyprus on Thursday rejected legislation bringing its co-operative banks under the direct supervision of the central bank, a condition in a bailout program the island agreed with international lenders.
  • A finance ministry source said negotiations were under way in parliament on Thursday night to broker a deal and that the legislature’s approval on the matter was “crucial” to Cyprus receiving the next aid installment of 1.5 billion euros ($1.97 billion).
  • The vote, with a narrow majority of opposition parties and independent members of parliament, was a setback to plans to use the 1.5 billion euros, a second tranche from international lenders, to boost the co-ops, which are small credit institutions.
  • Cyprus and lenders from the International Monetary Fund and the European Commission agreed on a 10 billion euro bailout to the island in March.

Government Officials Promise, No Boots On The Ground In Syria- Episode 154

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The Senate committed just voted yes to the war. This is not the full Senate, the full Senate and House return on the September 9.  So there is no vote at this time. Kerry is saying the war will be paid in full by the Arab nations, they are doing everything and anything to get this war started. Cyber attacks are on the rise and Congress woman is reporting that a power grid failure has a 100% chance from happening. The economy is still declining and the Government officials are still using propaganda to show America and the world that everything is getting better.  While people believe the illusion, war is starting and the central bankers are planning for the collapse.

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Low pay UK: 5 million Britons earn less than living wage

  • A further 1.4 million UK workers are now earning less than a living wage compared to 2009, new research shows. The Labour Party says that many of the new jobs created in recent years are in low paid sectors.
  • Twenty percent of the working population, or 4.8 million Britons, are now earning below the so-called living wage, up from 3.4 million in 2009according to the think tank the Resolution Foundation.
  • At present the living wage is set at 7 pounds 45 pence per hour outside London and 8 pounds 55 in the capital; although in the period covered by the report (April 2012) the living wage was calculated at 7 pounds 20 outside London and 8 pounds 30 in it.
  • British employers are legally obliged to pay the minimum wage set at 6 pounds 19 pence, but there is no obligation for them to pay the living wage.
  • The think tank found that 2.9 million women, 25 percent, and 1.9 million men, 15 percent, were paid beneath the living wage in 2012. Seventy-seven percent of employees under 20 and two thirds of people working in the hospitality industry were not paid a living wage.
  • There were also significant disparities between the regions, with 16 percent of workers in London and the southeast paid below the living wage, compared to 20 percent in other areas of Britain and 23 percent in Wales.

This War Will Not Be Like The Others, It Will Be Catastrophic – Episode 153

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The economy is getting worse, retail is down, housing is declining, the stock market is barely staying in the green and gold is rising. War is coming. This war will be used by the central bankers/US government to control all natural resources and keep these countries using the dollar as the reserve currency.  If the central bankers/US government cannot do this the dollar collapses. The US Congress is debating to vote for the war on Syria. If the Congress votes no the US government will use a false flag event to bypass Congress.

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Spain youth unemployment reaches record 56.1%

The unemployment rate in the Eurozone is going up not down. As time passes it is getting harder and harder for people to find work. Spain youth unemployment is at 56.1%, the youth is the future of the country, if they cannot find work there is not future.

  • Number of young Spaniards belonging to ‘lost generation’ is up 2% since June, despite government claims that the worst is over
  • Youth unemployment in Spain has reached a new high of 56.1%, a quarter of the 3.5 million under-25s jobless across the eurozone, according to the latest Eurostat figures.
  • The number of young Spaniards belonging to what has become known as the lost generation is up 2% since June to 883,000. Only Greece has a higher percentage of young people out of work, at 62.9%.
  • Among adult males, Spain has the highest unemployment at 25.3%, higher even than Greece. Despite the government’s claims that the worst has passed and that employment reforms will encourage firms to hire, the figures suggest it will be a long time before any upturn in the economy is reflected in a declining jobless rate. With the holiday season coming to a close, the numbers are likely to rise as workers on seasonal contracts go back on the dole.
  • With close to six million Spaniards out of work, unemployment is so entrenched that there was no political reaction to the latest figures, neither from government nor the opposition. Indeed, mentioning the economy at all has become virtually taboo across the political spectrum. Meanwhile, Spaniards and recent immigrants are deserting the country in search of work, with 500,000 leaving in 2012, 60,000 of them Spanish nationals, most of them to Latin America and Europe.