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  • Issachar
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    wow Butterfly .. I didn't see that little video until this morning. Quite impactful. A couple things we know, that are in the film .. e.g. ice melting indicating long term global warming, that movie causing riots in the ME .. are not accurate (from the perspective promoted by the government(s) and their PR arm(s); the main stream media, but it does show just how busy of a year this has been. I like the scripture verses at the end.

    Issachar

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    Distress of Nations SEPTEMBER 2012

    Fidockave213 - Distress of Nations September 2012

    Note this video does not imply the world is going to end in 2012 Extreme weather and Global unrest September 2012 Earthquakes sinkholes volcanic eruptions steam plumes riots floods UFOs meteor fireball etc major Earth changes. LUKE 21:25


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    We are now one year away from global riots, complex systems theorists say!

    http://www.kurzweilai.net/we-are-now...m_medium=email

    What’s the number one reason we riot? Hunger — food becoming too scarce or too expensive. So argues a group of complex systems theorists in Cambridge, and it makes sense, Motherboard reports.

    In a 2011 paper, researchers at the Complex Systems Institute (CSI) unveiled a model that accurately explained why the waves of unrest that swept the world in 2008 and 2011 crashed when they did. The number one determinant was soaring food prices. Their model identified a precise threshold for global food prices that, if breached, would lead to worldwide unrest.

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    Finland prepares for break-up of eurozone

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/f...-eurozone.html

    Finland prepares for break-up of eurozone
    Finland is preparing for the break-up of the eurozone, the country’s foreign minister warned today.

    The Nordic state is battening down the hatches for a full-blown currency crisis as tensions in the eurozone mount and has said it will not tolerate further bail-out creep or fiscal union by stealth.

    “We have to face openly the possibility of a euro-break up,” said Erkki Tuomioja, the country’s veteran foreign minister and a member of the Social Democratic Party, one of six that make up the country’s coalition government.

    “It is not something that anybody — even the True Finns [eurosceptic party] — are advocating in Finland, let alone the government. But we have to be prepared,” he told The Daily Telegraph.

    “Our officials, like everybody else and like every general staff, have some sort of operational plan for any eventuality.”

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  • SAT
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    Employers not rattled yet by "fiscal cliff"

    American employers are keeping their fingers crossed that politicians will steer away from a "fiscal cliff" of major tax hikes and spending cuts in early 2013, and, so far at least, have not gone back to a defensive recession-mode.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...86705K20120708

    a "fiscal cliff" of major tax hikes
    a "fiscal cliff" of major spending cuts
    Sounds just like the IMF warnings this week and what the EU is now aiming for???

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  • Issachar
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    Originally posted by SAT
    It seems from the economic chaos there is a major shift happening.
    I think so. Man and mammon are tightly linked. He loves to cling to "the things of this world" ...

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  • SAT
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    Just a little side note. I hope no one minds if I post it here.

    France Telecom investigated over spate of staff suicides

    On Wednesday, Lombard's attorney, Jean Veil, called the accusation against his client "stunning," saying the former CEO was being accused of harassment against people he had never met.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...8650XB20120706

    His work place policies are and were being blamed.


    It seems from the economic chaos there is a major shift happening.
    Last edited by SAT; 07-07-2012, 03:47 PM.

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  • SAT
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    Diamond quits in Barclays boardroom bloodbath
    http://news.yahoo.com/barclays-bank-...GY3ZTU2;_ylv=3

    Absolutely amazing how corruption etc etc etc etc has been getting exposed, like the world has never seen before. Starting in 2007.


    JPMorgan probed over possible power market manipulation

    U.S. energy regulators have subpoenaed JPMorgan Chase & Co to produce 25 internal emails as part of an investigation into whether the bank manipulated electricity markets in California and the Midwest.

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), which has recently stepped up its efforts to end manipulation of U.S. power markets, filed a petition in federal court on Monday to require the bank to produce emails from 2010 and 2011 as part of a formal investigation into the bank's power trading.
    http://news.yahoo.com/jpmorgan-probe...mZkYw--;_ylv=3
    Last edited by SAT; 07-03-2012, 06:16 PM.

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    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...85L07C20120622


    Euro's big four seek way out of crisis in Rome
    By Gavin Jones
    ROME | Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:57am EDT


    (Reuters) - The leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Spain will try to find common ground in Rome on Friday to restore confidence in the euro zone ahead of a full EU summit next week, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel likely to be outnumbered.

    Butterfly, thinking that Fab Four meeting in Rome is actually the Revived Roman Empire rising from the ashes....

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  • SAT
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    B-20(business) Summit
    Before the latest Greek results came in, Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, was grim-faced as she addressed the B(business)-20 meeting of world business leaders running up to Monday's G20. She beseeched the businessmen to exert their influence and pressure world leaders to address the "mission-critical" priority of restoring investor confidence in the world economy.

    "Be as blunt as you can with the G20 leaders," she said. "Prioritize and indicate what in your view, in the view of the investors around the world ... is critical as far as you are concerned to restore confidence."
    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/06...test+-+Text%29

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  • SAT
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    G20 has bought time, more force needed: World Bank

    The world's leading economies have relied on short-term measures to get them through the financial crisis and must now make deeper reforms to speed up growth and ease debt problems in many rich countries, the World Bank said.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...85G0IF20120617

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  • SAT
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    EU monitors heading to Madrid, despite 'Men in Black' claims

    Spain's €100 billion bail-out will be accompanied by EU-IMF supervision of banking reforms, EU and German officials said on Monday (11 June) - contradicting Madrid's claims that no "men in black" will come to the country as they did to Greece, Ireland and Portugal.
    Earlier that day, his spokesman said it was not important what the supervision is called - "troika ... men in black ... quartet" - but that Spain's banking reform will be under scrutiny in return for receiving the up to €100 billion loan from its eurozone partners.
    http://euobserver.com/19/116575

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  • SAT
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    G20 may press Germany for stimulus spending: source

    "Countries with sound fiscal positions will be encouraged to boost spending at the G20 level," the official said.

    "As of now, Germany and Canada could be seen as those having fiscal capabilities among the advanced economies."
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...85402L20120605

    Really! Canada! Really????

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    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/wo..._123234094.htm

    Brazil to tout concerted action at G20 Leaders' Summit

    BRASILIA, June 4 (Xinhua) -- The world's leading economies, especially those in Europe, must work together to combat the current global financial crisis, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said Monday.

    Speaking at an official luncheon marking the visit of Spanish King Juan Carlos I, Rousseff said failure to act was not an option while insisting the world could not expect emerging economies alone to solve the problem.
    The G20 Leaders' Summit will be held in the Mexican resort of Los Cabos from June 18-19. It is expected the meeting's agenda will be dominated by Europe's debt crisis and its impact on the world economy.

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  • SAT
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    G7 to hold emergency euro zone talks, Spain top concern

    Finance chiefs of the Group of Seven leading industrialized powers will hold emergency talks on the euro zone debt crisis on Tuesday in a sign of heightened global alarm about strains in the 17-nation European currency area.

    With Greece, Ireland and Portugal all under international bailout programs, financial markets are anxious about the risks from a seething Spanish banking crisis and a June 17 Greek election that may lead to Athens leaving the euro zone.
    http://news.yahoo.com/g7-hold-emerge...zA2Yw--;_ylv=3

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