Thursday, December 12, 2013
The US-Iran Deal Has Now Been Exposed -- Episode 236 - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
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The people of Spain are now leaving to find work elsewhere. There are no jobs in Spain and the unemployment numbers are increasing. EU is making their move and trying to get the Ukraine to take a loan and if they don't the US Government / central bankers will impose sanctions. The Iran -- US deal has been exposed. The central bankers have made a deal with the new president to work with the central banks. The central banks are making their move to put the country back on the US dollar. Iranian Generals are warning the President of Iran to watch himself. The US/central bankers have given Iran 6 months to make their decision.
Posted by dogcicle at 12:14 AM
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
▶ Infowars Nightly News: Wednesday (12-11-13) Jessie James - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
On The December 11, 2013 Broadcast Of The Infowars Nightly News, Jakari Jackson Hosts With Special Guest Jessie James. News Covered: Russia Warns America 'We Will Respond With Nukes' Cop Who Killed 13-Year-Old Boy Armed With Plastic BB Gun Back on Duty. Student told to stop resisting arrest 56 times before fatal shooting, police say. Man Handcuffed At Walmart After Attempting to Price Match. Lawmakers Push for Billions to Pay for Questionable Missile Defense System. Obama Approval Hits New All Time Lows. Obama Mandela Speech Cost $500,000 Per Minute. Fake 'signer' at Mandela memorial outrages deaf. More Misleading Official Employment Statistics. Six-year-old boy accused of sexual harassment for kissing girl.
Posted by dogcicle at 8:45 PM
▶ Comet ISON - SNAFUBAR DEAD - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
www.youtube.com/thornews It's been almost 2 weeks since i've put out a new Comet c/2012 ISON WTF NASA EARTH PRoFESSIONAL SCIENCE episode. This episode was marred with technical difficulties and frustrations. So I just hit the 'FINISH THIS VIDEO' button and was done. I think i covered the bases, perihelion, death, life, destruction, debris and such. I apologize if this was not my best episode. I shall make it up on the next one. I think i over thought this one too much. c'est la vie.
Posted by dogcicle at 7:25 PM
▶  Banks Policing Themselves, Animal Abolition and Non-Violent Food Consumption - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Banks Policing Themselves, Animal Abolition, War on Women, & Mass Deportations.
EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks about the newly passed Volker Rule which bans banks from engaging in the type of risky trading that led to the 2008 financial crisis, but in reality doesn't give regulators the power to enforce the rule. Abby then talks to self-proclaimed animal abolitionist and Rutgers University Professor, Gary Francione, about the need rethink treatment of animals, discussing everything from factory farming to the ethics of eating meat. Abby then speaks with founder of StopPatriarchy.org Sansara Taylor, about the mass closure of abortion clinics across the US and what women's rights activists are doing to fight back. BTS wraps up the show calling out the corporate media for focusing on Obama's handshake with Raul Castro and 'selfie' photo with David Cameron, whilst ignoring the urgent issue of Immigration reform in the US, citing the nearly 2 million deportations that have occurred during the Obama administration and inhumane practices such as medical repatriation and mass incarcerations of undocumented immigrants.
Posted by dogcicle at 7:11 PM
Lies, Damned Lies, and Government Statistics - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=8399
Late last month former Bank of Canada governor and recently-appointed Bank of England governor Mark Carney surprised many by criticizing the quality of the economic data being provided by the UK's Office for National Statistics. To be clear, what was surprising was not that the ONS data is incomplete and misleading; everyone with an ounce of economic understanding already knew this. What is surprising is that a high-ranking bank official was admitting that the data they and the market in general is relying on is so unreliable. Find out more about the practice of cooking the books in this edition of The Corbett Report.
Posted by dogcicle at 6:39 PM
Revolution (Short Film By R11110000) - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
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This film was created in order to mock the idea of worshiping consumerism. Many follow the herd towards material items and possessions as if it will make them happier in life not realizing that they among many are being influenced from the many corporations around them producing advertisements across society.
Posted by dogcicle at 6:23 PM
▶ US suspends non-lethal aid to Syrian rebels - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
The US has curbed its non-lethal assistance to the Syrian rebels via Turkey after radical Islamists began to take control of the Free Syrian Army's bases in northern Syria. Turkey has reportedly closed its side of the border with Syria. READ MORE:http://on.rt.com/lccf8f
Posted by dogcicle at 6:10 PM
British government blocked parliamentary panel from further questioning head of MI5 - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
The British government has blocked a parliamentary panel from further questioning the head of the M-I-5 about the Edward Snowden leaks.
M-I-5 Director General Andrew Parker had been called to the home affairs committee to further explain on the evidence he gave to lawmakers last month regarding Snowden's revelations. However, the Home Secretary has declined the committee's request. Committee chairman Keith Vaz says he's disappointed by the response. British lawmakers argue that witnesses, no matter how senior, should not be afraid of answering questions from MPs. Parker and the heads of the M-I-6 and G-C-H-Q appeared before the parliament's intelligence and security committee in November for questioning about their operations.
Posted by dogcicle at 6:03 PM
▶ Alex Jones Show: Wednesday (12-11-13) John B. Wells - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013 ConspiracyScope2 On this explosive Wednesday, December 11 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Coast to Coast AM radio host John B. Wells joins Alex in studio to co-host and debunk the latest lies used to excuse corruption flowing within all levels of government. U.S. lawmakers are once again exaggerating the threat of Iran and North Korea in order to give billions in contracts to the military-industrial complex. On the state level, the Sonoma Co. sheriff's deputy who gunned down a 13-year-old for holding an air soft rifle is now back on duty only six weeks after the lethal shooting. The boy, Andy Lopez, was shot seven times. Alex and John also take your calls throughout the broadcast.
Posted by dogcicle at 5:01 PM
08-Dec-2013 Clif High Wujo, Bitcoin Community, Ice Age Onset Now, Earth Expansion, Weather Anomalies
▶ 08-Dec-2013 Clif High Wujo, Bitcoin Community, Ice Age Onset Now, Earth Expansion, Weather Anomalies - YouTube
Ice Age onset is starting now, this Winter, with colder climates to last 1,000+ years.
Earth Expansion causing sink holes and volcanoes.
Winds will increase speed and prevailing winds will change regionally.
Atmospheric density and air pressure will increase such that winds will increase momentum and energy.
Glaciers will form rapidly in unexpected areas.
Jet Streams may join or possibly collide at the equator.
Cold will persist longer in the Pacific Northwest causing ground to freeze buried pipes.
Winter will give way to Spring weeks later than usual.
Atmospheric pressure anomalies will cause tremendous wind shears and air travel accidents.
Tidal problems will occur across North America and Europe causing damage to sea walls and with salt and brackish water encroaching inland.
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Posted by dogcicle at 2:50 PM
Russia Warns America ‘We Will Respond With Nukes’
Paul Joseph Watson
December 11, 2013
Addressing the threat posed by plans by the United States to install a missile defense system in Europe, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin today asserted that Russia would respond with nuclear weapons if it was targeted by conventional American missiles.
Rogozin’s comments arrive just a day after President Vladimir Putin called on Russia to upgrade its weapons systems in order to repel U.S. plans to institute the EPAA missile shield in Europe, which is ostensibly designed to counter Iran’s nuclear build-up yet is also firmly pointed at Russia.
Asserting that Russia was “preparing a response” to the U.S. missile defense system, Rogozin warned, “They may experiment with conventional weapons on strategic delivery platforms, but they must bear in mind, that if we are attacked, in certain circumstances we will of course respond with nuclear weapons.”
The Obama White House has refused to mothball plans for the missile defense shield despite the Bush administration initially signaling it would be scrapped. Although Washington has indicated it will abandon long range missiles, medium-range interceptors will be installed in Redzikowo, Poland by 2018.
Moscow still fears that NATO powers are using Iran as a camouflage for the true target of the missiles – Russia’s strategic nuclear forces.
Russia has itself been working on new Yars (SS-29) Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles that have the capability of penetrating U.S. missile defenses and are set to be added to Moscow’s nuclear arsenal next year.
Russia is currently engaged in the largest military build-up since the cold war, including the development of a new missile defense radar in southern and western Russia designed to counter missiles launched from Europe, as part of maneuvers which pose, “a strategic threat to the United States and NATO allies,” according to US military officials.
Earlier this summer, Russia staged its biggest military exercise since the cold war in order to ascertain the readiness of putting intercontinental ballistic missiles on “high-alert” within a short time frame.
The drill was swiftly followed by NATO’s biggest drill since the cold war, an exercise that was based around NATO’s response to a simulated invasion of Poland by a “foreign power.”
The two drills coincided with Japanese fighters being forced to intercept Russian bombers that were practicing attacks on U.S. bases in the western Pacific.
A heightening of tensions between the U.S. and Russia would dovetail with the threat of a new arms race in Asia between Japan and China in response to the crisis surrounding the disputed Senkaku Islands.
Posted by dogcicle at 11:40 AM
» More Misleading Official Employment Statistics Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
Paul Craig Roberts
December 11, 2013
The payroll jobs report for November from the Bureau of Labor Statistics says that the US economy created 203,000 jobs in November. As it takes about 130,000 new jobs each month to keep up with population growth, if the payroll report is correct, then most of the new jobs would have been used up keeping the unemployment rate constant for the growth in the population of working age persons, and about 70,000 of the jobs would have slightly reduced the rate of unemployment. Yet, the unemployment rate (U3) fell from 7.3 to 7.0, which is too much for the job gain. It seems that the numbers and the news reports are not conveying correct information.
As the payroll jobs and unemployment rate reports are released together and are usually covered in the same press report, it is natural to assume that the reports come from the same data. However, the unemployment rate is calculated from the household survey, not from payroll jobs, so there is no statistical relationship between the number of new payroll jobs and the change in the rate of unemployment.
It is doubtful that the differences in the two data sets can be meaningfully resolved. Consider only the definitional differences. The payroll survey counts a person holding two jobs as if it were two employed persons, while the household survey counts a person holding two jobs as one job. Also the two surveys treated furloughed government workers during the shutdown differently. They were unemployed according to the household survey and employed according to the payroll survey.
To delve into the meaning of the numbers produced by the two surveys, keep in mind that payroll jobs can increase simply because the birth-death model used to estimate the numbers of unreported business shutdowns and startups can underestimate the former and overestimate the latter.
The unemployment rate can decline simply because the definition of the work force excludes discouraged workers. Thus, an increase in the number of discouraged workers can lower the measured rate of unemployment.
Before reviewing this, let’s first assume that the story of 203,000 new payroll jobs in November is correct. Where does the BLS say these jobs are? Are these the long-missing New Economy jobs that we were promised in exchange for giving China our well-paid manufacturing jobs and giving India our well-paid professional service jobs?
According to BLS, the jobs are mainly the same lowly-paid, part-time, nontradable domestic service jobs that I have been reporting for a decade or longer.
BLS reports that 17,000 jobs are in construction. On the surface this looks like some slight pickup in housing, but less than 5,000 of the jobs are in residential and nonresidential construction. The bulk of the claimed jobs are in “specialty trade contractors.” Specialty trade contractors are involved in repairs, alterations, and maintenance, but some of the work pertains to site preparation for new construction.
The BLS also claims 27,000 jobs in manufacturing. What precisely is being manufactured? Apparently, very little. The manufacturing jobs are spread over about 23 categories.
The manufacture of wood products gained 600 jobs. (Keep in mind that we are talking about a population over 300,000,000, and a participating work force of approximately 155,000,000.) Nonmetallic mineral products experienced, according to the BLS, 2,000 new jobs. Machinery gained 300 new jobs. Computer and electronic products gained 500 new jobs. Electrical equipment and appliances gained 600 jobs. Transportation equipment gained 4,900 jobs. Furniture manufacture gained 2,100 jobs (apparently to fill the foreclosed unoccupied houses). Food manufacturing gained 7,800 jobs. Petroleum and coal products gained 1,600 jobs, chemicals gained 2,200 jobs, and plastics and rubber products gained 1,300 jobs.You can review the remaining categories on the BLS site.
Most the rest of the 203,000 jobs–152,000–were in lowly paid domestic nontradable services (nontradable means that the jobs do not produce a service that can be exported), such as retail trade with 22,300 jobs, transportation and warehousing with 30,500 jobs, temporary help services with 16,400 jobs, ambulatory health care services with 26,300 jobs, home health care services with 11,800 jobs, and the old reliable waitresses and bartenders with 17,900 jobs.
This is the jobs profile of the American super economy. It is the profile of India 30 or 40 years ago.
Are even these lowly paid part-time domestic jobs really there? Perhaps not. According to statistician John Williams (shadowstats.com), the government shutdown and reopening, the birth-death model, and concurrent-seasonal-adjustment problems can result in misstated jobs.
The unemployment rate is affected by not counting discouraged workers who cannot find employment. No discouraged unemployed worker and no person forced to work in a part-time job because he cannot find full-time employment is counted in the 7.0 unemployment rate (U3).
To be included in the U3 unemployment rate, an unemployed person has to have looked for a job in the past four weeks. Those who have looked for a job until they are blue in the face and have given up looking are not counted in the U3 rate. In November any unemployed workers, discouraged by the absence of jobs, who ceased to look for employment were dropped from the labor force that U3 considers to be the base for the measure of unemployment. Thus, if unemployed workers move into the discouraged category, the rate of unemployment falls even if not a single person finds a job.
The government has a second unemployment rate, U6, about which little is heard. This rate counts workers who have been discouraged for less than one year. This unemployment rate is 13.2 %, almost double the reported rate.
In other words, the U3 measure of unemployment can decline for two different reasons: the economy can create more employment opportunities or people become discouraged and stop looking for jobs. Discouraged workers move into the U6 category where they are counted as unemployed until they have been discouraged for more than one year when they are no longer officially considered to be part of the labor force. The U6 unemployment rate can rise as short-term discouraged workers are dropped out of the U3 measure and moved into the U6 measure, and the U6 rate can fall when the workers become long-term discouraged and are officially removed from the labor force.
Think about this for a minute. The BLS admits that the US unemployment rate that includes people who have been discouraged about finding a job for less than one year is 13.2%. The official line is that the US economy has been enjoying a recovery since June 2009. How is there a recovery when 13.2% of the population is unemployed?
This question becomes even more pointed when the long-term–more than one year–discouraged workers who cannot find a job are included in the measure of unemployment. The US government does not provide such a measure. However, John Williams (shadowstats.com) does. His estimate produces a 23.2% rate of US unemployment. An increase in the number of long-term discouraged workers is consistent with the drop in the US labor force participation rate from 66% in December 2007 to 63% in November 2013.
There is no such thing as a recovery with 23.2% unemployment.
So, if there is no economic recovery, why are stock and bond prices so high, at all-time records? The answer is simple. The Federal Reserve is printing $1,000 billion new dollars annually and the newly created money is going into the bond and stock markets, driving them to high bubble levels.
So here sits the US economy with substantial unemployment, with massive trade and budget deficits that are taxing the US dollar’s credibility, with the labor force participation rate declining because there are no jobs to be found, and we are enjoying economic recovery with bond and stock prices at historic highs.
If this isn’t enough of a puzzle, consider the official second estimate of third quarter GDP growth. According to this estimate, the US economy expanded at a 3.6% rate in the third quarter; yet official U6 unemployment is 13.2%.
And if you believe the government, there is no inflation either. Yes, I know, your grocery bills go up each month.
Keep in mind that many of the new November payroll jobs could reflect seasonal hiring gearing up for the Christmas sales season. Remember, the payroll survey counts one person with two part-time jobs as two jobs.
Economic recovery requires a growth in real median family income and/or an increase in consumer debt, and, except for a rise in student loan debt, there is no sign of either.
US real median household income has declined from $56,189 in 2007 to $51,371 in 2012, a decline of $4,818 or 8.6%. http://www.deptofnumbers.com/income/us/
US real per capita income has declined from $29,554 in 2007 to $27,319 in 2012, a drop of $2,235 or 7.5%.
How do consumers take on more debt in order to finance their consumption when their real incomes are falling? The growth in consumer credit outstanding is due to student loan growth.
I have not seen the establishment’s explanation of how recovery can occur without growth in real purchasing power either from rising real incomes or rising consumer indebtedness.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 1,277,000 fewer seasonally adjusted payroll jobs in November 2013 than in December 2007.
How it is possible for the economy to have been in recovery since June 2009 (according to the National Bureau of Economic Research) and there are 1,277,000 fewer jobs today than existed six years ago prior to the recession?
How has real Gross Domestic Product recovered when jobs and real consumer incomes have not?
These are among the many questions that go unasked and unanswered.
Statistician John Williams says that the economic recovery is a statistical illusion created by deflating nominal GDP with an understated measure of inflation.
Paul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many university appointments. His internet columns have attracted a worldwide following. His latest book, The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West is now available.
Posted by dogcicle at 11:27 AM
▶ US 'disgusted' with Ukraine's govt, crackdown on OWS forgotten? - YouTube
Published on Dec 11, 2013
The West has expressed outrage at the actions of the Ukrainian authorities - the US Secretary of State John Kerry gave his opinion in the strongest terms. RT's Gayane Chichyakyan reports from Washington.
Posted by dogcicle at 10:26 AM