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Forum Post: West Vs Brics Nations 08-01-14

Posted 3 months ago on Aug. 1, 2014, 2:30 p.m. EST by turbocharger (1491)
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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-07-31/g-7-nations-said-to-oppose-new-world-bank-projects-in-russia.html

So here it starts to go mainstream, just a little bit. Nothing more disrespectful to the west than to offer a sound alternative to countries in need.

Stocks go up on bad jobs numbers, down on decent ones. The bailouts are still underway, another 25 Billion dropped in their laps today, and it appears the effects are wearing off.

If they up the anti, its most likely going to have a negative effect at this point. This financial racket we live under is much bigger and more complicated than we realize. 5 steps ahead of us in the pr/propaganda war (anyone realize the day they announced that new world bank was the same day that plane got shot down and pinned on Russia?)

How long can rates stay at 0? How about the signifance of the libor scandal, and the even bigger significance that nothing changed as a result of it.

HSBC gets a 2B fine for being guilty of running billions in drugs from all corners of the globe, and yet they are still allowed to function. (I get popped with a pinch of coke and I'm put in a cage pending someone to come up with some - you guessed it- money, to get me out).

The world has always been nuts, but theres always an October surprise to keep the people pandering to the politicians, so enjoy the rest of your summer, some great political theater is about to take place.

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[-] 3 points by turbocharger (1491) 3 months ago

Thanks for that, looks like there is more of the same from the same site;

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/US-snooping-on-BJP-unacceptable-Sushma-tells-Kerry/articleshow/39380087.cms?intenttarget=no&utm_source=TOI_AShow_OBWidget&utm_medium=Int_Ref&utm_campaign=TOI_AShow

""We don't discuss intelligence matter publicly. But we value sharing of information regularly on counter-terrorism with India. US President Barack Obama clearly articulated that we fully respect and understand feelings expressed by Indian nationals," Kerry said."

We fully respect and understand.... What a shmobag answer.

Just about the entire planet has had it with us, and the vast majority of the people that live here have had it with either the politicians of their choice, the ones they dont like, or the system in whole. Bottom line: Everyone is about to say enough is enough.

Can the US/West continue to force its will on everyone? Or is it a case of the harder they squeeze, the more that slips out?