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samedi 22 septembre 2007

PSP, Provocations au Moyen-Orient, Desmarais et Sarkozy, Actualité Canada-Québec-USA, Crise finanicère mondiale



PSP, Provocations au Moyen-Orient, Desmarais et Sarkozy, Actualité Canada-Québec-USA, Crise finanicère mondiale


Le Canada ouvre la porte aux policiers américains

Mondialisation.ca, Le 13 septembre 2007

Radio-Canada

Des policiers de la Garde côtière américaine détiennent depuis quelques semaines des pouvoirs temporaires d'agent de la paix et peuvent donc interpeller et arrêter des Canadiens sur le territoire canadien.






Desmarais impliqué dans le rapprochement Sarkozy-Bush ?

par Pierre Dubuc

Mondialisation.ca, Le 13 septembre 2007

L'aut'journal


Le 27 août dernier, Nicolas Sarkozy annonçait que la France allait « accentuer ses efforts en Afghanistan ». Au mois d’octobre, la France déplacera six avions Mirage de la base qu’elle loue au Tadjikistan vers la base de Kandahar. Avant la fin de l’année, l’armée française va également dépêcher des avions Rafale en Afghanistan.

La mission de ces avions sera « sous la responsabilité des états-majors américains » selon un expert militaire français cité par le Canard enchaîné du 5 septembre. Un membre de l’état-major militaire français, cité par le même journal, explique que tout cela « démontre que la France va bientôt reprendre toute sa place au sein de l’Otan, et toutes ses responsabilités dans l’Alliance atlantique » tout en rappelant que « de Gaule avait pourtant pris de sacrées distances avec ces instances dominées par les USA… »

Total en Irak, la France en Afghanistan

Comment expliquer cette implication française dans le bourbier afghan? La réponse se trouve sans doute dans cette information voulant que la compagnie américaine Chevron ait accepté que Total prospecte avec elle le champ pétrolifère de Majnoun en Irak, autrefois attribué à Elf (l’ancêtre de Total) du temps de Saddam Hussein et dont les réserves sont estimées à 12 milliards de barils.

En échange d’une plus grande implication de la France en Afghanistan – qui, en plus de ses avions, a 1 100 militaires stationnés à Kaboul – les États-Unis consentiraient à partager avec la France l’exploitation des richesses pétrolières irakiennes.


Carlyle, les Desmarais et le toujours corrompu Sarkozy





Je vous présente ici un premier court métrage de James André. Malgré certaines erreurs et inexactitudes le vidéo est très intéressant. Comme erreurs il y a par exemple que la guerre en Iraq coûte 400 milliards de dollars et non pas 400 millions, et cela represente plus de 1000$ par étasunien(ne)s mais beaucoup mais toujours beaucoup moins d’un million de dollars par personne comme il l’affirme, . Une autre affirmation qu’il fait qui n’a aucun sense est que «Power corporation […] a des liens directe avec la guerre en Iraq, c’est pourquoi le Canada est en Afghanistan»: premièrement il n’y a aucune implication logique entre l’affirmation que Power corportation (PCC) soit impliqué avec la guerre en Iraq et la guerre en Afghanistan; deuxièmement, la prémisse est fausse, s’il n’y était que de PCC il n’y aurait pas eu de guerre en Iraq car PCC possède une partie de Total et Total avait avantage à ce que Saddam reste parce qu’elle avait signé des contrats pétroliers (contrats annulés après l’invasion étasunienne) avec lui (Total avait presque le monopole des champs Irakiens), d’ailleur c’est pourquoi le Canada et la France s’opposèrent si fortement à la guerre en Iraq (Chrétien et Martin étant liés à PCC et Total étant une compagnie «française»). En revanche il soulève de très bon points dont entre autres les deux suivants:

The “Crash Of 2007-8” Is Underway

By Richard C. Cook

19 August, 2007
Global Research


The immediate triggers are being described quite well: the collapse of the U.S. subprime mortgage market; the vulnerability of the rest of the economy to the subprime undertow, due to the “efficiency” of the markets in spreading risk; the worldwide overextension of cheap credit; the failure of large institutional investors and Wall Street brokerages to behave responsibly; and the long-term effects of the U.S. trade and fiscal deficits which are now coming home to roost.

Amazingly, some commentators have been asking “if the monetary crisis will affect the producing economy,” and whether a recession lies ahead. In reality, the U.S. producing economy has been in a recession for the last year. This is shown most clearly by the decline in M1, the portion of the money supply immediately available to people for making purchases.

The causes of the M1 decline are two-fold. One is the weak purchasing power of American consumers, at least half of whose decently-paying manufacturing jobs have been eliminated by the outsourcing, mergers, and productivity improvements during the past two decades. The other is that while many of the U.S. corporations not connected to housing have been doing all right, their success has been tied to overseas investments and sales, such as GE and GM who are heavily invested in China.


HELICOPTER BEN UNLEASHES DOLLAR HYPERINFLATION


Fed printing money like crazy to avoid collapse: Money supply explodes

This afternoon's money supply release showed seasonally-adjusted M2 for the week-ended August 27th up by $64.9 billion to $7.400 trillion. M2 now has risen by $111.1 billion for the last two weeks, rising at an annualized fortnight growth rate of 48.2%.


Dollar plunges on fears Saudis might drop peg


Dollar hits fresh 15-year low

The dollar fell to a fresh 15-year low against a basket of currencies on Tuesday as the currency continued to suffer from the prospect of a cut in US interest rates.

Expectations that the Federal Reserve would move to lower interest rates at its meeting on September 18 have increased since last week’s US employment report, which showed the recent turmoil in the credit markets had spilled over into the wider economy.


Dollar's retreat raises fear of collapse

Finance ministers and central bankers have long fretted that at some point, the rest of the world would lose its willingness to finance the United States' proclivity to consume far more than it produces - and that a potentially disastrous free-fall in the dollar's value would result.


Mad Rush to "Dump the Dollar" Begins

Ben Bernanke sent our little greenback plunging to its demise.


Bear Stearns Profits Drop Staggering 62 Percent

Bear Stearns Cos. said Thursday its profit plunged 62 percent in the third quarter as turbulence in the debt market and wrong-way bets on mortgages crunched the investment bank's credit portfolio and bond business.

The Wall Street brokerage reported third-quarter income, after paying preferred dividends, of $166.1 million, or $1.16 per share, compared with a profit of $432.2 million, or $3.02 per share, in the third quarter of 2006.


Fears of dollar collapse as Saudis take fright

Saudi Arabia has refused to cut interest rates in lockstep with the US Federal Reserve for the first time, signalling that the oil-rich Gulf kingdom is preparing to break the dollar currency peg in a move that risks setting off a stampede out of the dollar across the Middle East.

The Saudi central bank said today that it would take "appropriate measures" to halt huge capital inflows into the country, but analysts say this policy is unsustainable and will inevitably lead to the collapse of the dollar peg.


Credit fears spread, Australia quashes rumours

Credit fears flared in Asia on Tuesday prompting Australia's central bank to quash speculation that one or more regional banks had asked for emergency funding, a day after savers rushed to withdraw deposits from a British lender.


China may lead US economy to collapse dumping US dollar

The U.S. dollar is standing at the edge of a cliff, and most people don’t even know it.


Is China quietly dumping US Treasuries?

A sharp drop in foreign holdings of US Treasury bonds over the last five weeks has raised concerns that China is quietly withdrawing its funds from the United States, leaving the dollar increasingly vulnerable.


China Becomes Increasingly Shirty, Ahead Of A Rate Rise

As China prepares to move into the position of the world's fourth largest economy, the world's second largest economy - Japan - has responded to fears that it, too, might begin diversifying out of US Treasuries. Reuters reports Japan's top financial diplomat Hiroshi Watanabe as suggesting "To diversify right now would have a huge negative impact on financial markets because of the size of our reserves". Japan may move to diversification sometime in the future, Watanabe added, but only if the US dollar stabilises.

One wonders just how stable the US dollar can remain if Japan is waiting to pounce. There is somewhat of a contradiction in operation there. Japan holds more US Treasuries than anyone else - US$615 billion at last count. Meanwhile, the IMF noted the share of US dollars held in foreign central banks fell to its lowest level in a decade in the fourth quarter of 2006.


China threatens 'nuclear option' of dollar sales


Iran cuts foreign dollar assets to 30 percent

Iran has massively cut down its dependence on the dollar in the face of US pressure over its nuclear programme and now 70 percent of its foreign assets are saved in other currencies or in gold, an official said on Monday.


Bond Market Collapsing

Fed move backfires!!


UK Banks face 10-day debt timebomb

Britain's biggest banks could be forced to cough up as much as £70bn over the next 10 days, as the credit crisis that has seized the global financial system sparks a fresh wave of chaos.

Almost 20 per cent of the short-term money market loans issued by European banks are due to mature between September 11 and September 19. Senior bankers fear that they will have to refinance almost all of these debts with funds from their own coffers, putting a further strain on bank balance sheets.

Tens of billions of pounds of these commercial paper loans have already built up in the financial system, because fear-ridden investors no longer want to buy them. Roughly £23bn of these loans expire on September 17 alone.


Black day for shares as €4.5bn lost

ON a black day for Irish shares a total of €4.5 billion was wiped off the value of the Irish Stock Exchange yesterday.


Spread of banking panic forces ministers to guarantee savings

The government last night issued an emergency pledge to Northern Rock savers that their money is safe, after a third day of queues outside branches threatened to spread across the banking system.


Britons Withdraw Billions in Bank Run

Shares in one of Britain's largest lenders tumbled another 30 percent Monday as customers, driven by fears of insolvency, made run on the bank and withdrew billions.


Fears grow for British economy as panic over Northern Rock spreads

Experts warn that a decade-long borrowing binge has left Britain dangerously exposed to the fallout from the global liquidity crisis.


Run on the bank

The jitters plaguing financial markets spread to the high street for the first time yesterday as thousands of panicking savers queued to withdraw millions of pounds from Northern Rock, Britain’s eighth-biggest bank.


Rush on Northern Rock continues

The rush of customers taking money out of Northern Rock has continued for a second day, amid concerns over its emergency Bank of England loan.


Global credit crunch reaches new dimension

It isn't a credit crunch, it's a repayment crunch!


19 September 2007

HEDGE FUND PLUMMETS!

ABSOLUTE CAPITAL MANAGEMENT STOCK LOSES SEVENTY PERCENT (70%) OF VALUE IN ONE DAY!

$3.5 BILLION HEDGE FUND TRADED ON LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE!

This is unheard of! No company plunges in value like this; and someone with lots of money in the USA, knew about this in advance when they sold options on Billions of dollars worth of stocks two weeks ago that I reported on this web site!

With multi-billion dollar hedge funds able to collapse in value in one day, watch out for more financial disasters hitting stock markets without warning as this week proceeds. The reason I say that is because the Options mentioned earlier, sold two weeks ago, require stocks to fall thirty to fifity percent before September 21 in order for the person who sold those options to profit.

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18 September 2007

SECTION 8 BROKE!

GOVERNMENT HAS NOT PAID RENT FOR SECTION 8 IN WEEKS!!

DEPT. OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT SAYS IT'S A BUDGET ISSUE THEY HOPE WILL BE RESOLVED SOON!

This is more proof that the United States government is literally "broke." Bankrupt. Cashless.

Not only don't they have the cash, they have little hope of even borrowing the cash because no one is willing to lend the U.S. Government money anymore!

Landlords will have to begin EVICTING tenants if the feds don;t come up with the cash soon. You just KNOW where most of the Section 8 people life: Cities. How fast will civil unrest occur once the evictions start?

Actually, this is just what the landlords deserve! These greedy bastards didn't care what low-life, diseased, uneducated filth they rented to, as long as they got the cash rent. So when government offered to pay for the filth who couldn't afford to pay, the landlords agreed to accept that government funding, now they're screwed!

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Gold Hits $724

Highest price per ounce in more than ten years!

In fact, Gold is rising in price so fast, some online services (like KITCO with the banner at left) are having technical troubles trying to accurately report the price!

Those "in the know" are fully aware that paper currency is in huge trouble and the stock market is one click away from shear panic selling! They are buying gold heavily today and pricing is fluctuating wildly as government and central banks struggle to artifically control prices.

18 September 2007

FEDERAL RESERVE CUTS KEY INTEREST RATE BY HALF POINT!

SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION DESIGNED TO STABILIZE FAILING HOUSING SALES

By lowering interest, it makes borrowing money less expensive, so folks go out and borrow which plows cash into the economy. Is this the right "fix" or will it be "too little, too late?"

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September 2007

IRISH STOCK MARKET LOSES $8 BILLION IN ONE DAY

FINANICAL FEARS SPARK INVESTOR FLIGHT

That's about 7 percent of its total value. . . . . in one day!

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18 September 2007

"PREPARE FOR LONG TURMOIL" SAYS U.S. TREASURY SECRETARY

PAUSLEN MEETS WITH BRITISH CHANCELLOR AND FRENCH FINANCE MINISTER

Crisis in financial markets coming!

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18 September 2007

FEAR SPREADS WITH BRITISH BANKING CRISIS

CITIZENS BEGIN PULLING MONEY OUT OF YET ANOTHER BRITISH BANK

Rumors that Banks are failing spreading like wildfire in Europe.

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September 2007

FAILING BANK TOLD ONLINE DEPARTMENT: DELAY CUSTOMER ACCOUNT ACCESS VIA THE INTERNET!

ONLINE BANKING "DISAPPEARS" WHEN BANK IS IN TROUBLE. . . . . . GEE, DIDN'T WELLS FARGO BANK HERE IN THE U.S. HAVE THIS TYPE OF ONLINE TROUBLE FOR ALMOST FIVE DAYS LAST MONTH?

Maybe Wells Fargo Bank is in trouble and needed to hide customer money for a few days?

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18 September 2007

BRITISH GOVERNMENT STEPS IN TO SAVE FAILING BANK!

THINKS AN ANNOUNCMENT WILL STOP THE "RUN" ON THE BANK

Fools. Their announcement won't stop the run, it will simply make it worse. Now, account holders know the government is there to fork over their money, so they'll pull it out even faster!

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Fed injects 31.25 billion dollars into markets

The Fed has injected some 200 billion dollars into the financial system since August 9 in a bid to boost credit flows which have seized up due to problems linked to the distressed US mortgage market.

Can you say "hyperinflationary spiral", boys and girls? I knew you could!


The day the stock markets saw red

The moment many feared and predicted finally came on Thursday, when shares took their biggest tumble since the dark days of 2003. In this series of articles, we look at what the wider knock-on effects are and find it's not all bad news.


Home Prices: Steepest Drop in 20 Years

If a wave of negative equity gets started, look for voluntary foreclosures, bankruptcies, or given the new laws to make bankruptcy harder, simple abandonment and flight from homes worth far less than what is owed on them. It doesn't matter of the banks track down the former owners, if they can't pay they can't pay, and the reason they can't pay is that the high-paying manufacturing jobs were all sent overseas.

The only good news is that all those executives who saw themselves getting rich by outsourcing their workers' jobs to cheap foreign labor are now watching that accumulated wealth dissolve away before their anguished eyes.

The bad news is that the government cannot afford any drop in tax revenues, so taxes on what little Americans have left are about to get sent through the roof, and this is probably the real reason troops are being sent to DC.


Stocks slump in early going


American home foreclosures leap 93% in a year


U.S. Fed pumps $3.75 bln into financial system

The Federal Reserve (Fed) on Tuesday pumped 3.75 billion dollars into the financial system to help beat back a widening credit crisis.

Since Aug. 9, the Fed has injected a total of 101.25 billion dollars into the financial system to ease tightening credit stemming from the troubles in the U.S. high-risk subprime mortgage market, which offers loans to people with lower credit and income.


Fed injects 17.25 billion dollars into market

The US Federal Reserve injected 17.25 billion dollars into the financial system in three actions Thursday, the latest in a series of moves designed to ease a credit squeeze in global markets.

The problem is, you can't solve inflation by creating more of it.


Lehman Brothers Shuts Down Subprime Unit, Fires 1,200 Employees

Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., the biggest underwriter of U.S. bonds backed by mortgages, became the first firm on Wall Street to close its subprime-lending unit and said 1,200 employees will lose their jobs.

Shuttering BNC Mortgage LLC will cut earnings by $52 million, Lehman said in a statement today. Lehman acquired Irvine, California-based BNC in 2004 and used it to expand in lending to homeowners with poor credit or heavy debt loads. The job cuts are equivalent to about 4.2 percent of Lehman's workforce of more than 28,000.


Four Major Banks Borrow From Fed


Four major banks said Wednesday they each borrowed $500 million from the Federal Reserve's discount window, lending weight to its efforts to restore liquidity to tight markets.

Tapping the discount window had previously been seen as a last resort for banks in trouble, a perception the Fed sought to eliminate.


Job losses spike as US mortgage firms feel downturn

John Challenger, the chief executive of Challenger, Gray Christmas, a private firm that monitors America's job market, said over 11,000 layoffs have been announced since Friday, including employment losses at financial companies impacted by housing- and credit-related woes.


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