Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

Holy Shroud of Turin
CIA Director reportedly in Turkey for secret talks ~ link ~ The Globalists and nutty satanic Netanyahu are determined to have their World War III.  They have had two large roadblocks placed in their path in August.  The Israeli and American generals refused to go along with the madness of WWIII.  However, they still intend to cook something up.  Only the military can put a stop to the madness that intends to destroy this planet!!!   Stirling   
If the reports of the CIA Director’s secret visit to Istanbul are correct, the obvious questions are “why” and why now”? The last time Petraeus paid an unannounced visit to Turkey, which eventually leaked to the press, was roughly six months ago, reportedly do discuss the crisis in Syria. As intelNews as reported consistently, based on claims by British, German and American media, around the time of Petraeus’ secret visit to Turkey, US President Barack Obama has authorized CIA officers stationed in the country to provide “non-lethal support” to Syrian anti-government rebels. It is also known that, Washington considers Turkey as one of its most important intelligence allies in the ongoing Syrian crisis, along with Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Israel. Could the CIA Director’s second unannounced visit to Turkey in less than six months be heralding an intensification of Washington’s intelligence involvement in the Syrian crisis?  
Syrian envoy Lakhdar Brahimi warns of 'staggering' crisis - with video ~ link ~ The 'crisis' is totally the fault of the globalists and Israel who have manufactured it all.   Stirling     

The new UN and Arab League envoy for Syria has said the death toll in the conflict is "staggering" and the destruction "catastrophic".

Speaking to the UN General Assembly in his first formal speech since assuming the role, Lakhdar Brahimi called for unity in addressing the crisis.

European Parliament President calls for Special Economic Zones in Greece ~ link ~ Having stolen just about everything possible in Greece, the global banksters now intend to enslave the population to a new much lower level with slave like "wages"/etc.   This is a early test program; this is what they have in mind for the entire industrial world in the months and years to come.  Stirling        

The president of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, a member of Germany’s Social Democratic Party, has called for special economic zones (SEZs) to be set up in Greece. At the weekend, he spoke out in favor of their establishment and called for the creation of a “growth agency” in which EU officials would have the authority to impose reforms in the southern European country. These measures would allow international corporations to exploit Greek workers through starvation wages, while avoiding paying taxes on substantial corporate profits.

Special Economic Zones are areas within countries where special regulations mean international companies enjoy immensely advantageous conditions. This includes low corporate taxes, subsidies, special customs arrangements, the limiting or abolition of employers’ charges, the relaxation of safety regulations in the workplace, the weakening of environmental regulations and the repeal of collective bargaining.

Leaked: Troika requires 6-day work week in Greece ~ link ~ NO WAY THE WORKING MAN SHOULD PUT UP WITH THIS CRAP!!!  The evil banksters will make us all their total slaves if we allow them to.  Stirling   

Global crisis moves East as China suffers rapid downturn ~ link ~ China is finding out that those that give can take away...the Global Banking Cartel used China to break the back of the North American and European industrial bases and the Middle Class...now China is becoming one of the targets.   Stirling    
“It just keeps getting worse,” said Alistair Thornton and Xianfang Ren from IHS Global Insight. “The government has underestimated the pace of the slowdown and is behind the curve.”

The HSBC/Markit manufacturing index for China fell to 47.6 in August, the lowest since the onset of Great Recession in late 2008. Inventories are rising. The index for new export orders fell to the lowest since March 2009. “Beijing must step up policy easing to stabilise growth,” said Hongbin Qu from HSBC.

Student debt enters a typing point ~ link ~ The great deleveraging event continues to unwind while one sector of debt continues to grow by leaps and bounds.  While other forms of debt have fallen by $1.6 trillion since the peak of the debt bubble mania, student loan debt has increased by a stunning $303 billion since the third quarter of 2008.  What is more disturbing is the rising delinquencies seen in the student debt market that has now breached the $1 trillion barrier.  While education overall is correlated with higher wages, there isn’t a clear distinction between university quality or even various degrees.  Most of the studies examine the aggregate college pool when many went to college when prices were much cheaper.   Many students are sucked into the for-profit vortex only to come out with a worthless piece of paper and mounds of debt.  There is absolutely a bubble in higher education and how things unfold will carry a deep impact on the economy.

The cost of attending college has outstripped almost every other spending category.  Even the housing bubble cannot contend with the rising costs of college tuition.  Yet problems are now soaring with student debt:

Fears rising, Spaniards pull out their cash and get out of Spain ~ link ~ The withdrawals accelerated a trend that began in the middle of last year, and came despite a European commitment to pump up to 100 billion euros into the Spanish banking system. Analysts will be watching to see whether the August data, when available, shows an even faster rate of capital flight.

More disturbing for Spain is that the flight is starting to include members of its educated and entrepreneurial elite who are fed up with the lack of job opportunities in a country where the unemployment rate touches 25 percent.

Vitamin B3 may be the cure for drug resistance superbug infections ~ link ~ Not if Big Pharma has its way.   Stirling     

While the pharmaceutical industry is busy trying to conjure up new drugs to tackle the antibiotic-resistant "superbug" epidemic, a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation explains how simple vitamin B3, also known as nicotinamide (NAM), taken in high doses may effectively thwart staph and other potentially life-threatening infections without the need for drugs.

Researchers from both Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in California and the Linus Pauling Institute (LPI) at Oregon State University (OSU) collaborated with one another to test the effects of high doses of NAM administered to both live mice and human blood infected with Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus). What they found was that vitamin B3 significantly boosts the number and effectiveness of neutrophils, or white blood cells that target infections.

Lufthansa strike: 26,000 stranded, hundreds of flights canceled - with photos ~ linkLufthansa, Germany’s biggest airline, has canceled around 350 flights in Frankfurt, Berlin and Munich, leaving 26,000 passengers stranded. Crew will strike for a further 24 hours on Friday in a row that is causing millions of euros in losses.

Cabin crew members in Frankfurt and Berlin and Munich are protesting over their pay and conditions.

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