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#1721 vladzo

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 07:28 PM

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perhaps many of you have heard of this news, perhaps you have not. however it may be, i do hope that this comment of mine may open some new information; and some new discussion.

there is available, in the press, a new comparison of employment and unemployment in america. it is a new comparison of native born american workers and foreign born workers. i am regarded as being native born, because i am not spanish; but the statistitions would count be as being foreign born. the spanish workers are very competative and they have chased me out of three jobs; they regard me as a "gringo". their belief is that i should be able to offer them eployment; and that i should not need employment for myself at their level (the level of the lower income worker). i feel that such a belief is a form of psychosis; not a form of logical thought. but my feelings are not what is important here; it is the statistics about unemployment.

the latest employment statistics regarding the comparison of american workers with unemployed spanish workers shows that this spanish psychosis is more damgerous than "bird flu". the comparison is -- 5.2% of american workers are unemployed (here in america, their own country); but only 4.6% of spanish workers are unemployed (here in america). this means that the american ownership class (the employers) have betrayed the american working class (the employees). ? should i be a liberal masochist and disregard this disaster ? shall the soon to return military disregard this disaster ? i should say NEY NEY; a very strong NEY.

?? who are these employers ?? they are the same kind of psychotics as khodorkovsky, berezhovsky and guzinsky; they have betrayed their own countries. who is the military, many of them are those americans who could not get a spanish job.

???? what is next; is it economic collapse or political collapse ????

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#1722 Pliny

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Posted 15 April 2006 - 08:36 PM

Originally posted by vladzo
to all ::::::::::::::::

perhaps many of you have heard of this news, perhaps you have not. however it may be, i do hope that this comment of mine may open some new information; and some new discussion.

there is available, in the press, a new comparison of employment and unemployment in america. it is a new comparison of native born american workers and foreign born workers. i am regarded as being native born, because i am not spanish; but the statistitions would count be as being foreign born. the spanish workers are very competative and they have chased me out of three jobs; they regard me as a "gringo". their belief is that i should be able to offer them eployment; and that i should not need employment for myself at their level (the level of the lower income worker). i feel that such a belief is a form of psychosis; not a form of logical thought. but my feelings are not what is important here; it is the statistics about unemployment.

the latest employment statistics regarding the comparison of american workers with unemployed spanish workers shows that this spanish psychosis is more damgerous than "bird flu". the comparison is -- 5.2% of american workers are unemployed (here in america, their own country); but only 4.6% of spanish workers are unemployed (here in america). this means that the american ownership class (the employers) have betrayed the american working class (the employees). ? should i be a liberal masochist and disregard this disaster ? shall the soon to return military disregard this disaster ? i should say NEY NEY; a very strong NEY.

?? who are these employers ?? they are the same kind of psychotics as khodorkovsky, berezhovsky and guzinsky; they have betrayed their own countries. who is the military, many of them are those americans who could not get a spanish job.

???? what is next; is it economic collapse or political collapse ????

vlad




Where is a good Union when you need one, eh! Sheesh!

The government oughta do something about the situation, doncha think?


Several articles I have read recently have pointed out the passing of the Patriot Act, and the resultant clamping down of borders, seems a paradox to the reality of migrant Spanish workers flooding into the country.

Is there a plan? Have governments tied their hands with political correctness? Have international human rights overridden the national sovereignty of nations and made the birth of the global village a reality?

The government seems to be continuing in its path of the redistribution of wealth it adopted from Marx. First, by instituting the graduated income tax and now by eliminating the middle class.

Of course, true wealth is knowledge, explaining why the citizen is kept ignorant and misinformed of government and its actions, demanding only a faith and belief in it as though government itself were a god.
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#1723 Bader

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Posted 16 April 2006 - 08:28 AM

I can only find books on the tarpley.net site ferms.

Thanks for the good reading. It was quite transparent re bailing out banks on the pretext of helping the third and fourth worlds. I think it was Tony Blair who promoted the idea of taxpayers coming to the rescue in Britain and the UE. I never considered for a second it was original. Probably jumped in first to score a point over Gordon Brown.

Thanks Pliny I wasnt certain on Shamer's spelling.

vladzo: are 'Spanish' also Mexicans?
Good article on aol.com, click on Money news and read the article, on Mexicans having jobs lined up before they leave home and fortunes being made finding cheap labour for US firms.

Who is my neighbour?

About ten years ago I attended an evening meeting put on the the local university. The Economic lecturer had just come back from checking out the Asia Tigers that got rocked by currency speculation, remember that? He was just spouting free market mantra. At one point the discussion came around to cheap labour, if the govt dropped the law re minimum wage a lot of people would get jobs. I piped up and said/asked, 'what sort of an economy could $5 an hour support?' No one responded and I rather suspect most of them didnt know what I meant.

Political or economic collapse?

There appears to have been a coup in the US around the first world war, which could be likened to a collapse of sorts, over time. The 'oil' cabal merely makes it evident in my view.
Similar economically the collapse is controlled like Sept 11 and is happening over time. The standard of living is imploding like the twin towers and it will continue as economic borders re removed.

ferms gave an article that indicates the origins of the policy behind it.
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#1724 Bader

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Posted 16 April 2006 - 08:51 PM

ferms,

here is a summary of the methods of the moneypower backed revolutionaries, taken from "Pawns In The Game" by W.G. Carr ex-Canadian Navy Commander. An outstanding book in its own right, he quotes another oustanding book-

"Captain A.H. Ramsay sums up the situation aptly in the 'Nameless War'. He says: "Revolution is a blow struck at a paraytic - When the debt-grip has firmly established, control of every form of publicity and political activity soon follows, together with a full grip on industrialists, ( both management and labour). The stage is then set for the revolutionary blow. The grip of the Right hand of finanace establishes the paralysis; while the revolutionary Left hand holds the dagger and deals the fatal blow. Moral corruption facilitates the whole process.''

( this answers Vladzo's question)

Carr quoted from Sir Walter Scott's vol 2 The Life of Napoleon to illustrate how the debt grip was effected in France.
Once the revolution got underway they released criminals and mentals who effected the reign of terror by rape and murder in the streets. Key persons loyal to the King were already on a hit lists and got rounded up.

FEMA have demonstarted that they are disposed towards preventing all state and local 'forces' formal and informal from doing anything in a major emergency and has notified all types in a public statement that in any great emergency that there are four days of no law and order.
There is increasing siesmic activity in several places in the US which is becoming quite serious and some who are monitoring it claim that it isnt all caused by nature, ie scalar EM technology.
A case for marshall law is as possible as war on Iran.
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#1725 Pliny

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Posted 18 April 2006 - 04:20 PM

My heart weeps!

Big Government!
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#1726 farmer

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Posted 24 April 2006 - 12:35 AM

U.S. tells IMF to butt out of health care issue:

The U.S. government issued a barbed riposte yesterday after the IMF suggested Washington institute health insurance for all Americans and balance its budget faster than planned.
http://www.theglobea...ory/TPBusiness/
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What does it really mean guys?( Am i losing one of the institutions I love to hate? .....or what?):(
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#1727 Bader

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Posted 24 April 2006 - 10:01 AM

this is part of the other discussion farmer, note the international bankers are promoting the socialist state.

Health insurance wont pay the bills or the groceries when people are out of a job. It is good for those who need it but it is no substitute for people being able to afford it privately if they want it.

Fifty one percent of the IMF is US dollar ( private Fed Res). If you do a search on the 'IMF' you will find their website.

For a view of the ( non)Federal Reserve-

www.wealth4freedom.com/money/fedup.htm

also look at-

www.moneymasters.com
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#1728 Bader

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Posted 24 April 2006 - 10:10 AM

sorry about the word missing.

it should be

www.themoneymasters.com
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#1729 Hellboy

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Posted 31 August 2010 - 02:20 PM

As a currency trader I can tell you that the economic collapse of the U.S. is all but impossible.
As a currency trader I can tell you that the economic collapse of the U.S. is all but impossible.
As a currency trader I can tell you that the economic collapse of the U.S. is all but impossible.
As a currency trader I can tell you that the economic collapse of the U.S. is all but impossible.
Why? Because the largest economy in the world, i.e. China, is dependent upon it.

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