140512 – Evils of Central Planning


Today’s Items:

First…
Remember Greece?
http://www.theguardian.com

In a harbinger of what is likely to come to the U.S., Greece is poised to formally open debt relief talks with its creditors.     Greece would propose measures to alleviate its monumental debt burden, which at 175% of GDP is by far the highest in the EU.      Even if the Greece’s debt burden is made more manageable, their economic woes are far from over because of the 30% plus unemployment and over 40% earning below poverty wage levels.

Next…
Day Of Reckoning
http://kingworldnews.com

According to Keith Barron, all the countries in the West try to minimize the value of gold, but is held by the worlds’ central banks, including the IMF, as a reserve.   While the U.S. encourages Americans to foolishly spend their savings on consumption, China is encouraging their citizens to save in gold and put it in a safe place, and to be fiscally prudent.     The contrast between East and West indicates the West is in real trouble.

Next…
U.S. Households
http://www.mybudget360.com

The latest data from the consumer credit report shows that total household wages was close to 7.2 trillion dollars, yet total household debt is at 13.1 trillion dollars.     In short, U.S. household debt is nearly twice as high as annual wages and salaries.  Yikes!

Next…
Postal Debt
http://www.cnsnews.com

The U.S. Postal Service currently owes 99.8 billion dollars in benefit payments to its current and retired workers but does not have the money.      One pretty much sees where this is going…     Yes, if Congress does not cough up the taxpayer dollars, you will not get your junk err… past due notices.

Next…
Summer Economics
http://www.zerohedge.com

In a precursor to what we will hear in the U.S. in the near future, the Italians found out that March industrial production fell by 0.5% because summer came early this year.     So, the only thing worse for centrally-planned economies than a cold winter is summer?

Next…
Income Inequality
http://www.zerohedge.com

Here are the top 5 U.S. cities with the greatest income inequality…
5. Gainesville, Florida.
4. Jackson, Mississippi.
3. Miami, Florida.
2. New Orleans, Louisiana.
1. Atlanta, Georgia.
Washington D.C. is 15th followed by the first Texas city of Beaumont at 16.

Next…
Chicago Teachers
http://www.thenewamerican.com

The Chicago Teacher’s Union became the latest organization to blast the fascist ‘Common Core’ takeover of edumacation.     It appears that people are waking up to the dangers of central planning initiatives and it all started with the realities of Obamawreck.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.     Good Day!

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140416 – USPS Rounds?


Today’s It92124199ms:

First…
Core Inflation
http://www.businessinsider.com

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the year-over-year change in the core inflation index rose to 1.7% from 1.6% in March.     Once all the QE money jumps off the sidelines and into the economy, it will be even worse.

Next…
COMEX Shenanigans
http://kingworldnews.com

According to James Turk, silver is in backwardation and not reflected in COMEX settlement prices.      The price in silver’s futures price for the COMEX front month looks totally fictitious when compared to the spot price of physical metal.     The major markets for physical silver are in Europe which is where Warren Buffett bought his 130 million ounces years ago.

Next…
Extreme Prejudice
http://www.sfgate.com

A federal judge has ruled that Obama is not required to disclose the rationale for a 2011 drone attack that killed a U.S. citizen.     By extension, if this ruling is left to stand, Obama will need no rationale to murder Americans in the future.     Those at the Bundy ranch, in Nevada, should be aware of this ruling.    Speaking of the Bundy’s and I certainly  do not mean Al Bundy

Next…
What You’re Not Being Told
https://www.youtube.com

Well, leave it to StormCloudsGathering to do the job that federal investigators failed to do.    Thanks to the caching of internet pages, he clearly illustrates the criminal connection between the BLM, Harry Reid and the Chinese.     Needless to say, don’t expect to see Harry Reid, or his family members, in an orange jumpsuit anytime soon.

Next…
Heartbleed Admission?
http://www.washingtonsblog.com

The Department of Homeland Insecurity stated that U.S. government websites were immune to the Heartbeed bug.     Did the Department of Homeland Insecurity just unintentionally admit that they knew about the bug as they protected their own websites?

Next…
Drug Reaction Study
http://naturalsociety.com

A new drug study, testing the safety of many common pharmaceutical drugs, has revealed that 42% of all adverse drug reactions reported in Shanghai, including death, were caused by vaccines.    It appears that the more studies that come out, the more Big Pharma appears more like a criminal enterprise.

Next…
Armed Postal Service
http://www.newsmax.com

The U.S. Postal Service intends to solicit proposals for assorted small arms ammunition.    When they say small arms ammunition, do they mean Teflon “cop-killing” bullets?      At any rate, the postal creed should now be “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from swiftly shooting their rounds.”

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.     Good Day!

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130207 – Aging Power Grid



Today’s Items:

First…
Prepare for the Coming Cyber Wars
http://www.shtfplan.com

If we are hearing that the U.S. government is preparing to launch pre-emptive cyber strikes against rogue nations, then it is a sure bet that the alphabet agencies, like the NSA and CIA, are already doing it.     Anyway, the BS being put out is that rogue nations could attack our power and financial system.    Well, the Superbowl proved that one does not need to hack the power stations and a hit on the financial systems is just the thing one, in the higher levels of government,would want to implement for a complete economic and political takeover of the U.S.    You know, so they can get rid of the U.S. Constitution that they hate.

Next…
Hypocrisy Defined
http://www.zerohedge.com

Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, of the Department of Injustice, wants RBS to be held accountable for their stunning abuse of trust with the growing LIBOR scandal.    Hey Lanny, when are you going to hold yourself, Holder, and the other idiots accountable for gun-running and other illegal activities?    It should not just be financial, but all institutions, including yours, that are NOT above the law!

Next…
Central Banks Losing
http://goldsilver.com

Since the onset of the “Great Recession”, we have witnessed a spectacular ‘dead cat bounce’ in everything from stocks to real estate markets.    It is important to watch what those who are in the know are doing and not what they are saying.    The Bank of Japan is the latest victim of the reckless mindset of endless printing, and other central banks will suffer the same fate.    This is why it is absolutely important to get out of paper, and after preparing, to keep stacking physical.

Next…
EPA Posts Positive Report
http://news.yahoo.com

When it comes to the EPA, one must always be suspect of what they are up to because they are definitely not looking out for average Americans.    So, when the the EPA releases a report that heat-trapping gases from U.S. power plants fell 4.6% in 2011, what could be their true motive?    Could it be to try to get some positive press coverage because of the legal losses they have been suffering?     You decide.

Next…
Super-dome Incident
http://www.caseyresearch.com

This Superbowl will not be remembered for the game or the commercials.    It will be remembered for a blackout that lasted 35 minutes.    What Americans do not realize is that much of the energy transmission systems, in the U.S., were built over 50 years ago.    Just imagine what it takes to maintain a 50 year old roadworthy car and that is the state of the U.S. power structure.

Next…
Junking Saturday Mail
http://www.foxnews.com

Officials at the U.S. Postal Service announced that Saturday delivery of mail will end.    The plan, which is aimed at trimming 2 billion dollars, would start to take effect in August.    This entity is the perfect example of a horrible business model.    Forever stamps?    Union pay raises regardless of income?    Genius.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.    Good Day!

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