Thursday, October 10, 2013

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



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 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE



  
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10 September 2013
 
Breaking News: US Republicans make temporary debt-ceiling offer ~ link ~ US Republicans have offered President Barack Obama a short-term debt limit increase to stave off default.
 House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner said they would do so in exchange for negotiations with the White House to end a government shutdown that took effect on 1 October. Republicans met Mr Obama and pledged to resume talks later in the evening.  




Breaking News: White House: Obama happy over Republicans debt limit offer - with video ~ link
The White House says US President Barack Obama has welcomed an offer by House Speaker John Boehner for a short-term debt limit hike to avert a possible default.

“The president is happy that cooler heads at least seem to be prevailing in the House; that there at least seems to be a recognition that default is not an option," White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Thursday. 




Breaking News: GOP (Republicans) and White House (Democrats) to keep talking after Obama meeting ~ link ~ President Barack Obama and House Republicans clashed in a meeting Thursday afternoon over how soon the government can be reopened, even as the GOP offered to lift the debt limit for six weeks, according to sources familiar with the session.

House Republicans told Obama at the White House that they could reopen the federal government by early next week if the president and Senate Democrats agree to their debt-ceiling proposal. A GOP aide said they would seek some additional concessions if they advance a government funding bill next week.











US Mercury astronaut Scott Carpenter dies ~ link ~ Another hero of my childhood passes away.   Stirling 
 
Scott Carpenter, one of the last surviving members of the Mercury 7 - Nasa's first group of astronauts - has died aged 88, his family has announced.

In 1962 Mr Carpenter became the second American to orbit the earth, piloting the Aurora 7 spacecraft through three revolutions of the earth.
  
 
 
43 Million people lack food in Europe the Red Cross reports - with video ~ link ~ The Global Banking Cartel families, bringing human misery to this planet for over 200 years!   Stirling  
 
The Red Cross says that the financial crisis in Europe has left 43 million of its citizens with insufficient food to eat, calling it the worst humanitarian crisis over a half century.

Bekele Geleta, secretary general of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) presented a report in Geneva on Thursday over the impacts of the economic crisis.

The report also showed that some 120 million Europeans face the risk of poverty and many continue to suffer in countries that are in the process of recovering financially.


“People’s lives have been thrown into turmoil and there seems to be a gradual degradation, with millions existing on a day-to-day basis, with no savings and no buffer to withstand any unforeseen expenses,” said Geleta and added, "Europe is facing its worst humanitarian crisis in six decades."

The Red Cross surveyed 22 of its national organizations in Europe and found that the impacts of the euro-crisis have led to more people coming to the humanitarian organization to ask for treatment, financial assistance to buy medications or help fill in forms for benefits.

According to the report, 3.5 million people in Europe are receiving food aid by the Red Cross, which is 75 percent more than three years ago.
   
 
 
 
Data shows jump in Greece jobless rates -with video ~ link ~  Keep in mind that these are government figures...the truth is apt to be much worse!!!  Stirling  

Official figures show that the unemployment rate in Greece jumped to 27.6 percent in July from a revised 27.5 percent in June, as the financial crisis continues to take its toll on jobs in the country.

Greece’s statistics service ELSTAT said on Thursday that 1.36 million people were unemployed in July, up ten percent from a year earlier. 
 
 
 
Gold and the Four Words that define Western Economic Policy ~ link ~ Steal, lie, war and counterfeit ... sorry, I couldn't resist.   Stirling   
 
But in real terms, that’s precisely the point. The Fed can control the supply of dollars, but it cannot control their value on the foreign exchanges.

The only reason that US QE hasn’t led to a dramatic erosion in the value of the dollar is that every other major economic bloc is up to the same tricks. This makes the rational analysis of international investments virtually impossible.



Anti-Monsanto protesters dump bags of money in US Senate building ~ link ~ Just making a point about Monsanto, death and the buying off of American politicians!!!   Stirling   
 
 

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