Saturday, October 15, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog Europe

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Lord Stirling's news blog EUROPE

EU considering massive cuts to food aid for poor ~ link ~ So is this a group of arrogant jerks "Let them eat cake" moment, or is it part of a globalist plan to cause rioting in the streets?!!  Actually, it is likely to be both.  Stirling     
The European Union is considering a roughly 75 percent cut in funding for a program that helps feed 18 million of its poorest citizens.

The cuts, set to take effect after New Year's, would come at a time of rising unemployment and consumer food prices in many parts of Europe, as well as overall economic turmoil on the continent. The looming cuts already have raised fears among people who rely heavily on the program.

Soaring Suburban Poverty Catches US Communities Unprepared ~ link ~ Do something about it....take to the streets....End the Fed....Get money out of politics....Reform the election system including getting rid of computer voting and counting....End the wars....Bring our troops home and end the foreign bases in 70+ nations....Prosecute the criminal bankers....Prosecute those really responsible for 9/11....etc.   Stirling       

Occupy Wall Street: One injured, three arrested in New York's Time Square clashes ~ link  

Nobel Peace Prize-President quietly opens 8th US battlefront: Uganda ~ link ~ All without a declaration of war from Congress as required by the Constitution.   Stirling      

While America occupies Iraq and Afghanistan, wages covert war on Pakistan, conducts drone attacks on Yemen and Somalia, bombards Libya, and positions for a wider confrontation with Iran and Syria, Nobel Peace Prize Laurette President Obama has now quietly, without much fanfare, sent 100 US troops to help Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni crush rebels threatening his 25-year dictatorship.

In what is essentially a "reverse-Libyan-style" intervention, the US is sending troops to crush, not assist rebels rising up against their despotic ruler. Ironically, just as with Libya's rebels, Uganda's rebels are also listed as a foreign terrorist organization by the US State Department.

Free Trade Or Fair Trade?  20 Reasons why all Americans should be against the insane trade policies of the Globalists ~ linkIt is absolutely amazing how many Americans are still convinced that more "free trade" is the answer to our economic problems.  The truth is that there is a vast difference between "free trade" and "fair trade", and in this article I will prove that all true conservatives and all true liberals should be completely against the insane trade policies of the federal government.  Yes, we will always need to trade with other nations.  Other nations make or have things that we need to trade for.  Balanced trade relationships with other nations that have similar economies and that share similar values can be very beneficial.  For example, our trading relationship with Canada, though not perfect, is generally beneficial to both sides.  However, the United States also has dozens of trading relationships that are highly destructive to the U.S. economy.  There are some predatory nations that are blatantly and openly cheating and everyone can see it.  They are getting away with bloody murder and they are robbing us blind.  The United States of America is being taken advantage of, and as a result thousands of good businesses are being destroyed and millions of good jobs are being lost.  If you are an American and you are in favor of all of the unfair trade that is currently going on, then either you don't know much about economics or you actually want to see the U.S. economy be destroyed.

Congress has just passed new free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama.  The Obama administration has also made "the NAFTA of the Pacific" a very high priority. Obama says that all of these new trade pacts will create more U.S. jobs. Well, either Barack Obama is completely ignorant when it comes to economics or else he is lying.

When we merge our economy with the economies of nations where wages are much lower, it is inevitable that large numbers of jobs are going to leave the high wage areas (where we live) and go to areas where wages are much lower.
It also certainly does not help that we have the highest corporate tax rate in the world, that we burden our businesses with mountains of ridiculous regulations,  and that we allow our "trade partners" to give their businesses a huge advantage by openly subsidizing them.

The way that the system is set up now, nearly all U.S. businesses are at a massive, massive disadvantage.  In general, the only businesses that can compete effectively in this environment are the giant corporations that can offshore huge portions of their operations.

If you are a conservative, then there is no way that you should support our current trade policies.  If you are a liberal, then there is no way that you should support our current trade policies. However, if you are a "George W. Bush Republican" or a "Clinton/Obama Democrat" that believes in globalism and the establishment of a one world economy as part of a "New World Order", then it would make sense why you would want to see America deindustrialized and brought down to the level of the rest of the world.

But if you are a true conservative or a true liberal, then the following are reasons why you should be horrified by our current trade policies....

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