IMF is very worried about an economic slowdown across Europe. Numbers manipulated to show Greece’s economy is improving. Chipmakers warn world economy is slowing. NY implementing the same law as CA, tell on your relative or friend if they have a weapon. DHS reports borders are more secure and less illegals are entering the US, other reports show the opposite. Obamacare will not show the premiums until after the elections. Ebola could be blamed the already collapsing economy. Turkey will equip and train the Syrian opposition. Buffer zone in Syria ready to go. Warnings of Islamic State ready to turn Ebola into a Bioweapon. Be prepared for a false flag.
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Current News – 10.10.2014
- The International Monetary Fund is quite concerned about the economic slowdown in Germany, because it points to slower economic growth in the euro zone as a whole
- The recession in Greece that began in 2008 was deeper than thought in the early phase but turned milder than estimated in the last two years, revised data showed on Friday.
- Demand for electronics devices is weakening, according to circuit makers
- September, the peak month for shipping tiny chips used to build everything from appliances to cars to phones and office equipment if they are to reach consumers and businesses by year end, has not seen its typical pickup after the summer holidays.
- In recent weeks, a series of U.S. semiconductor makers with global operations have begun to paint a worrying picture of a broad-based slow down in markets including autos and network equipment
- The Bank of Korea — South Korea’s central bank — released data that says South Korean domestic deposits have reached 16.19 billion Chinese renminbi in July this year, which is a 55-fold increase from the same period last year
- That number reached 13.7% at the end of last year, while at the end of July this year the renminbi accounted for 25.9% of all foreign currency deposits in South Korea.
- the UK will become the first country in the world other than China to issue renminbi denominated government debt.
- A new bill intended for the state Assembly, modeled after California’s AB1014, was debuted this week by a Manhattan Democrat. it would set up a framework to deny firearm possession to those believed to be dangerous.
- “So this is a bill that would permit family members or friends or medical professionals or law enforcement or really anyone who’s concerned that somebody having to access to guns poses a serious danger to go to a court and present evidence of that, and if the court were persuaded, they would be able to issue a temporary order preventing the person from acquiring or possessing guns,”
- The nation’s southern border is much more secure than the American people think it is, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson
- “Not enough has been said publicly by our government in a clear, concise way, about our border security efforts on behalf of the American people. And in the absence of facts, the American public is susceptible to claims that we have an open, porous border, through which unaccompanied minors and members of terrorist organizations such as ISIL may pass.”
- The Pew researchers, for the first time using larger census samples from past years, also went back to revise some of their previous estimates. The new figures, show an even clearer picture of the surging growth in unauthorized immigrants to a peak of 12.2 million in 2007 from 3.5 million in 1990.. After 2009, the population leveled off and by some measures might have been gradually growing.
- The report shows variations among states. In Texas, the unauthorized population never saw any significant decline in the last decade. In Florida and New Jersey, the numbers are growing again
- ” Healthcare.gov website is more streamlined for this year’s enrollment into Obamacare; but, the premium rates for plans will not be released on the website until after the November 4th midterm elections.
- “The only people who don’t want to disclose the truth are people with something to hide.” –Barack Hussein Obama
- customers who enroll in Obamacare will not be apprised of the cost of their monthly premiums until after they have cast their vote for a candidate in the states’ midterm elections. No one would buy an automobile, a home, or any product without knowing what it costs. be
- Liberia has entered discussions with major international oil companies to encourage bids for drilling in four blocks off the coast near the capital
- “Liberia is still open for business,” said chief operating officer and general counsel for Liberia’s National Oil Company
- The authorities of Ebola-ridden Sierra Leone are counting on Russia’s help in their struggle against the spread of the deadly virus,
- “We want countries like the Russian Federation, well-positioned countries to come, to send in teams,” Yambasu said.
- Earlier on Friday Russia forwarded proposals to the United Nations on helping the west African states hit by the deadly Ebola virus. A team of Russian epidemiologists, virologists and bacteriologists from Rospotrebnadzor is currently stationed in Guinea
- A surprisingly large number of sectors of the U.S. economy depend on what I call “public faith in the safety of crowds.” Tourism, commercial air travel, restaurants, sporting events and even public transportation all depends on the public believing that coming into close contact with other people is a relatively safe activity. (Which it is, for now…)
- If that belief in the safety of crowds is shattered, the public’s unwillingness to risk their health and lives will lead to a rapid revenue implosion among numerous sectors of the economy.
- WORLD BANK WARNS ABOUT ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF EBOLA OUTBREAKS
- Air travel to and from the city would suffer a sharp decline in business, and all the local businesses that depend on people gathering in crowds — restaurants, gyms, sporting events, concerts and more — would begin to slide toward bankruptcy.
- THE BIGGER IMPACT COMES FROM A LOSS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
- The real economic impact from all this, however, comes from a loss of faith in the safety of public transportation.
- All forms of public transportation, by definition, involve masses of people coming and going, potentially touching contaminated surfaces such as subway car hand rails. The ability of Ebola to spread in subways is especially strong, given the lack of natural sunlight in underground tunnels (sunlight destroys Ebola with UV light)..
- EBOLA TO BE THE SCAPEGOAT FOR AN IMMINENT DEBT COLLAPSE?
- some degree of confirmation of a medical-based martial-law coming to the US. Governor Dan Malloy has declared a Public Health Emergency in Connecticut, authorizing the “isolation of any individual reasonably believed to have been exposed to the Ebola virus.“ State of Public Health Emergency allows bureaucrats to detain and force-vaccinate people without due process – despite not one single case being found in CT. If there is a major Ebola pandemic in America, all of the liberties and the freedoms that you currently enjoy would be gone.
- “I hereby declare a public health emergency for the State, pursuant to the Connecticut General Statutes Section 19a-131a, for the duration of the epidemic. Specifically, in accordance with Connecticut General Statutes Section 19a-131b, I authorize the Commissioner of Public Health to Order the isolation or quarantine, under conditions prescribed by the Commissioner of Public Health, of any individual or group of individuals whom the Commissioner reasonably believes to have been exposed to, infected with, or otherwise at risk of passing the Ebola virus.”
- French external intelligence service, is currently negotiating with Tunisia installing a listening station in the south of the country. Objective:. Better monitor the Sahel, where the jihadist threat is high According to the French daily,
- Russia will create a space-based ballistic missile warning system capable of detecting launches of inter-continental and tactical missiles, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said , the system will be able to detect launches of various types of missiles, both strategic and tactical, including those launched from underwater positions.
- To build the system, Russia plans to place on orbit a group of new-generation satellites and to build a network of modern ground-based information processing centers,
- All equipment and software used in those satellites have been produced in Russia,
- U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Thursday that the key military assistance the United States would like to get from Turkey would be access to the Turkish air base at Incirlik and an agreement to help train and equip the moderate Syrian forces.
- Turkey has agreed to support the training and equipping of the moderate opposition in Syria, the U.S. State Department said on Friday, saying a U.S. military team would visit Erdogan next week to discuss the matter.
- Turkish President Erdogan Friday accused Syrian President Bashar Assad of waging “state terror,” equating the crimes of the Damascus regime with those of ISIS jihadists.
- Erdogan said the Assad regime and ISIS were both terror groups who should be dealt with accordingly.
- “Assad and ISIS are both responsible for all these events and tragedies,” he told reporters in Ankara.
- He added: “No one can prove that Turkey is supporting ISIS.”