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RTOFS (Atlantic) Graphic Nowcasts/Forecasts - Latest Surface Temperature ~ link
Three Video Interviews With Lord Stirling by Renowned Video Webcaster Morris Herman of England ~ link ~ link ~ link
Video on the Gulf Stream and its connection to any future Ice Ages ~ link
Risk of Global Climate Change By BP Oil Spill by Dr. Gianluigi Zangari ~ link
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*In France they are withdrawing all monies from the banks on 7th December ~ link ~ German to English translation
French activists call for a Europe-wide and joint account termination on 7 December on. Everyone should get his money from the account. The question is: What does this protest?
In France the last few weeks has been enough protest - at least find the three fanzösischen citizen Yann Sarfati, Arnaud Varnier and Geraldine Feuillien. Since demonstrating in the street and have brought before parliaments and obviously not - so its findings - the real power lies anyway in the hands of international banks and corporations, they want to provide a novel form of protest a stir on: 7 December, all citizens of the country resolve their account and their money can be paid out in cash. Then, so the activists suggest, one can first put the money in a suitcase or invest it in a social bank. About 7000 people have signed up to Join the linked with the call to the Facebook page.
*Irish resisting EU bail-out pressure ~ link ~ The Irish Republic has insisted it does not need European Union assistance amid speculation it is under pressure to use an EU bail-out fund.
*Growing signs of renewed debt crisis in Europe ~ link ~ There are growing signs of a renewed debt crisis in a number of European nations, as bond yields soar to record highs and the continent’s economic growth stagnates.
The heads of leading European countries took the exceptional step of using the Group of 20 meeting in Seoul to announce that the European Union had confidence in the measures undertaken by Irish leaders to address the nation’s budget deficit. At the same time, the leaders of Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom issued a statement declaring that the EU had no plans for an additional bailout of European nations until at least 2013.
Bond yields have been driven up in part in response to calls from Germany for revamping bailout mechanisms to place a greater burden on private investors, as opposed to European governments. To calm markets, European leaders stressed on Friday that the proposed new bailout mechanism “does not apply to any outstanding debt.”
*Berlin denies forcing Ireland to accept bailout ~ link ~ BERLIN HAS strenuously denied weekend reports that it was “pressing” Ireland to accept a bailout from the euro zone rescue fund. Amid growing speculation that such a deal is imminent, senior German sources insisted there was no contact, formal or informal, between Berlin and Dublin over the weekend.
Despite official denials, German officials admit they were rattled by market volatility last week, when analysts failed to distinguish between talk of so-called “haircuts” on sovereign bonds in the post-2013 euro zone rescue regime and the current system, which carries no such risk. Rather than risk further instability and confusion every time EU leaders discuss plans for the permanent rescue fund, it seems some in Berlin would rather see Ireland accept a bailout now.
*Irish struggle with eye-watering austerity ~ link ~