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  • WNW-179-Netanyahu Iran Drama, War in Ukraine & Middle East, Global Warming–Not
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  2.27.15 Next week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to address Congress on the deal the Obama Administration is trying to do with Iran to curtail its nuclear program. No doubt, Netanyahu will warn a deal that will eventually allow Iran to get nuclear weapons will cause big problems for […]Related Posts:WNW 17 […]
  • A Great Shaking and Collapse is Coming-Jonathan Cahn
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Best-selling author of “The Harbinger,” Jonathan Cahn, is worried about America. Cahn, whose new book “Mystery of the Shemitah,” warns, “Everything is converging around this time (which is based on 7 year cycles).  I believe we need to be ready, and that’s why I believe I had to write the ‘Mystery […]Related Posts:Dollar Col […]
  • Obama Makes Dire Strategic Mistake in Ukraine-John Browne
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial and geo-political expert John Browne was an advisor on Russia to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.  So, does he think the war in Ukraine is a dire threat?  Browne says, “Oh yes, I think it is dire particularly because President Obama has had the wrong end of the stick, and he […]Related Posts:Collapse and Systemic F […]
  • WNW 178-Obama Blocked on Immigration, Ukraine Ceasefire Off, ISIS Beheading Christians
    Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  2.20.15 The Obama Administration suffered a crushing defeat this week on his executive order on immigration.  A federal judge ruled that basically the President did not have the power to make up his own laws outside of Congress.  The immigration executive order would have given temporary legal status to 4 to 5 […]Related Posts: […]
  • Greece Will Default-Calamity Follows-Andrew Hoffman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Financial writer Andrew Hoffman says the debt problem in Greece will not have a happy ending. Hoffman contends, “More than half of Greek debt, everyone talks about the 400 billion euros they owe, more than half of this debt is from the bailouts in the last four years. . . . […]Related Posts:Global Economy Has Collapsed-Andy […]
  • Economy Has Not Recovered-John Williams
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Renowned economist John Williams says forget the happy talk about the so-called “recovery”—it ain’t happening.  Williams contends, “I wish I could say things are booming, but indeed they are not. . . . The GDP in the last three quarters, if you believe what they put out, is […]Related Posts:3.9% GDP Non […]
  • WNW 177-Middle East War Set-Up, Ukraine Peace Deal, Greece and EU on Brink
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (2.13.15) Everywhere you look in the Middle East, there are “wars and rumors of wars.”  Let’s start with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.  The President says he’s ready to fight the Islamic State, and they are “losing.” In fact, they are continuing to take territory in Iraq and Syria. […]Related Posts:WNW 176 Middle East […]
  • Growing Problems Leading to US Dollar Crisis-Peter Schiff
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Peter Schiff says forget about the Greece debt questions; the problems in the U.S. are far worse.  Schiff contends, “I am even more concerned with the problems with the dollar.  The dollar is benefiting right now because most people are just concerned about the euro.  So, the dollar gets […]Related Posts:Confusi […]
  • Everybody is Trying to Postpone the Inevitable-Axel Merk
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Money manager Axel Merk says, “I am very concerned about Russia.  I am very concerned about what is happening with Ukraine.  The problems we have there and in Europe, and in Japan and in the U.S., are we cannot balance our budgets.  Ukraine would not be in the situation it is […]Related Posts:Financial Repression as Far as th […]
  • WNW 176 Middle East War, Ukraine War, Economic Calamity Coming
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (2/6/15)  Everybody has seen the horrifying video of the Jordanian pilot being burned alive by the Islamic State.  I want to concentrate on why these Islamic radicals did this, and did it in a slickly produced video.  I think these terrorists wanted to make sure the world could clearly see and […]Related Posts:WNW 177-Middle […]
  • Turkish police seal off street outside U.S. consulate, detain suspect
    Turkish police on Friday sealed off a street outside the U.S. consulate in Istanbul, a Reuters witness said, and local media reported a suspect had been detained. Dogan News Agency The post Turkish police seal off street outside U.S. consulate, detain suspect appeared first on King World News.
  • North Korea steps up verbal threats ahead of U.S.-South Korea military drills
    North Korea ramped up its threatening language against the United States on Friday, days before the start of annual joint U.S.-South Korean military exercises that often trigger an angry response The post North Korea steps up verbal threats ahead of U.S.-South Korea military drills appeared first on King World News.
  • For Jeb Bush, the Q&A is the message
    The former Florida governor’s openness sets him apart from his likely 2016 opponents. The post For Jeb Bush, the Q&A is the message appeared first on King World News.
  • Republicans prepare to pass Homeland Security funding
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hours from a partial agency shutdown, Congress is moving to approve a short-term funding bill for the Homeland Security Department that leaves intact Obama administration immigration policies The post Republicans prepare to pass Homeland Security funding appeared first on King World News.
  • Indiana may allow 'baby boxes' for surrendering newborns
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — On the outside, the metal box looks like an oversized bread container. But what’s inside could save an abandoned newborn’s life. The post Indiana may allow 'baby boxes' for surrendering newborns appeared first on King World News.
  • No. 699: January CPI, Real-Retail Sales and Earnings, Durable Goods, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter Economic Contraction Indicated by Retail Sales and Durable Goods Orders • Headline January Real-Retail Sales Still Fell by 0.1% (-0.1%), On Top of the Monthly Plunge of 0.7% (-0.7%) in the CPI-U • Home Sales Activity Remained Heavily Stressed • Unchanged before Inflation, Real Average Weekly Earnings Gain Was Due t […]
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
      Commentary Date Releases Period Release Date   Friday, February 27, 2015 GDP 2014Q4 2nd Est. 02/28/2015   Friday, March 06, 2015 Construction Spending […]
  • No. 698: Annual Revisions to Seasonally-Adjusted CPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Slower Real Economic Activity Signaled by CPI Seasonal-Adjustment Revisions • Using Intervention Analysis, the Bureau of Labor Statistics Shifted Some Gasoline Deflation from Fourth- to Second-Quarter 2014 • Headline Drop in December CPI-U Narrowed in Revision to Minus 0.3% (-0.3%) from Minus 0.4% (-0.4%) […]
  • No. 697: January Industrial Production, Housing Starts, Producer Price Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • Both Production and Housing-Starts Activity Revised Lower in the Fourth-Quarter, and Flattened Out in Initial First-Quarter Estimations • January 2015 Annual PPI Inflation Fell to Zero, Driven Lower by Falling Oil and Gasoline Prices, Which Have Turned Higher in February […]
  • No. 696: January Retail Sales, Slowing Economy
    (SGS Subscription required) • January Retail-Sales Plunge Is on Track for a First-Quarter Contraction, Both Before and After Inflation Adjustment • The Better-Quality Headline Data are Showing a Marked Downturn in Broad Economic Activity • Gasoline and Oil Prices Appear to Be Bottoming […]
  • No. 695: Payroll-Employment Revisions – Corrections to Inconsistent Reporting
    (SGS Subscription required) • Consistent and Corrected BLS Payroll-Employment Data Are Available Here to ShadowStats Subscribers • Highly Volatile Inconsistencies in Payroll Reporting • Comparable with January 2015 Payroll Reporting, November Jobs Gain Was 340,000, Not the Headline 423,000 • Similar Quality Issues Plague Unemployment Data […]
  • No. 694: January Payrolls, Employment and Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Payroll Benchmark Revision Nonsense— Altered and Inflated by Affordable Care Act Considerations? • Upside-Bias Factor for Annual Payrolls Increased by 161,000 to 892,000 • Extreme Instability Apparent in New Headline Payrolls • January Household Survey Numbers Not Comparable with Headline December Detail • January 2015 Unemploym […]
  • Commentaries News
    PUBLISHING SCHEDULE:   The next Regular Commentary is scheduled for Friday, February 27th, covering the first revision, second estimate of fourth-quarter 2014 GDP. See Schedule for details. (LAST UPDATED February 26th)
  • No. 693: December Trade Balance, Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade Deficit Deteriorated Sharply for the Month, the Quarter and the Year, Both Before and After Accounting for Inflation and Oil Prices • Fourth-Quarter GDP Already Reflected Some of the Trade Hit; Further GDP Deterioration Is Likely • Oil Imports Rose and Oil Exports Fell in the Context of Declining Oil Prices • Real Construc […]
  • No. 692: SPECIAL COMMENTARY
    (SGS Subscription required) • 2014 – A Year of Market Hype, Manipulation, Intervention and Misdirection • 2015 – A Year of Reckoning, Economic Turmoil, Dollar Panic and Hyperinflation • Federal Reserve and Other Central Banks Have No Way Out as Dangers from the Panic of 2008 Persist • Global Financial, Economic and Political Instabilities Are Pushed to Limit […]

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  • Yemen: A Failed State-to-be that May be Split in Two
    Apparently, the United States and Saudi Arabia are not accustomed to losing, since those two states have failed to reconcile with a decisive victory the Houthis have managed to achieve in Yemen, therefore Washington and Riyadh decided to launch an all-out struggle against these Shia rebels. This led to the further deterioration of the political […]
  • India – Betraying BRICS and its Poor
    India can hardly be part of BRICS, if BRICS is to remain one of the main symbols of the fight against Western imperialism and savage global market fundamentalism. “India is dreaming about becoming next United States. And people, brainwashed by the Western and Indian corporate media, are hoping that Prime Minister Modi will take them there,” […]
  • Will Minsk-2 Checkmate the Warmongers?
    “The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them.” – George Orwell The rolling thunder of Kiev’s artillery attacks has grown more distant each day since the Debaltsevo pocket was “neutralized”. The cauldron that never was might go […]
  • Inner-fighting and Conflicting Agendas are Eroding Al Saud’s Empire
    If Saudi Arabia has seen several kings fall and rise throughout the decades, it is probably King Abdullah ibn Saud’s death this January 23,  2015 which will be most remembered by historians, as his departure marked more than just a transition of power; it rang the end of one mighty Saudi empire.  And though many […]
  • Ukraine Electricity Emergency Courtesy of Guess Who?
    The division of Ukraine since Kiev and Washington launched a civil war in the spring of 2014 against the Russian-speaking eastern provinces, has now created a predictable new economic crisis for that devastated country. The rogues in Kiev, by refusing any serious diplomatic resolution of the conflict for the past nine months, but rather opting […]
  • Chinese ‘Assault’ on the Middle East
    Amidst the US led chaos in the Middle East, China continues to expand its geo-economic stretch, exporting a reasonable chunk of its products to it and importing a vast quantity of oil. As a matter of fact, China has already become the biggest importer of oil, overtaking the US itself. In no less remarkable a […]
  • Holocaust Revisionism and the Campaign Against Russia
    “The main reason for that was not because of warfare or systematic killing, it’s because …diseases, …did not have any immunities, so they perished in large numbers.” The above statement, if said in reference to the slaughter of Jews in concentration camps by Nazis, would be illegal in most European countries. Individuals like David Irving, […]
  • US “Pivot” Sends Asia Fleeing Toward China
    When former-US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the US “pivot to Asia,” she and the policy wonks who dreamed it up probably imagined it as a well choreographed geopolitical masterstroke. In reality, it was more like an elephant crashing through the jungle, sending all in its path fleeing for cover well ahead of its […]
  • USA: Chaos in the Middle East to Solve its Own Problems
    In its quest to secure a global leadership role and establish or strengthen its dominance, the US continues to wreak havoc on the entire planet. The determining factor in Washington’s struggle for geopolitical dominance is the country’s large foreign debt, the payment of which is not possible. Under these circumstances, the only way for the […]
  • CIA is on the Hunt for Foreign Politicians’ Money
    A while ago a French daily evening newspaper Le Monde in collaboration with the US-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released data on secret accounts of the Geneva branch of HSBC – one of the largest banking and financial service institutions in the world, which allowed the rich and influential to evade taxes. Additionally, [ […]
  • U.S. Healthcare And The Tragedy Of The Commons
    Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog, When the system is set up to encourage maximizing self-interest, accountability for the whole is lost.   The lessons drawn from the U.S. healthcare system's failures can be fruitfully applied to a variety of large-scale problems around the world. Let's start with an insightful look at the fixes th […]
  • Welcome To Obama-Land
    Presented with no comment...     Source: Investors.com […]
  • The Austrian Solution to Greece
    Submitted by Tom Cullis via Mises Canada blog, Arnold Kling asks economists to fill in the blank: “Greece will achieve economic success when ____” There is an answer from the Austrian perspective, but first I want to highlight some thoughts from other prominent bloggers. Option A: Paul Krugman of The New York Times believes that they need a major reduction i […]
  • 2 Years Of Abenomics Later: Joblessness Jumps As Retail & Household Spending Slump
    For all the constant bullshit spewing from the mouths of any and every Japanese monetary and fiscal policy maker about a "continued moderate recovery", the facts are the facts and the data is the data - 2 years of Abenomics has utterly failed. The lastest example is tonight's triple whammy of surging joblessness (up to 3.6% from 3.4% - highest […]
  • ECB Warns UK: Excluding Russia From SWIFT "Could Undermine Confidence In The Whole System"
    As "isolated" Russia signs a military deal with Cyprus, agrees bilateral trade with Greece, ratifies the $100 billion BRICS Bank, and offers to trade advanced anti-aircraft missiles to Iran, it seems threats of more sanctions against Putin and his nation are finding resistance from an unexpected place. With British PM David Cameron re-demanding tha […]
  • Don't Show This To Warren Buffett (Gold vs. The Financial System)
    Submitted by Simon Black via Sovereign Man blog, Warren Buffett once famously chided that all the gold in the world would form a cube of 67 feet (20 meters) on each side. In doing so, he was attempting to argue that there was no point in owning gold since all the gold in the world would be an unproductive, useless hunk of metal. What’s ironic (and completely […]
  • Greece Warns It May Default On IMF Loan Next Week
    Now that the Greek tragicomedy of the new government "threatening" to leave the Eurozone if it doesn't get its way, has been postponed for a few weeks, if not months, we can go back to the biggest story involving Greece, one we first covered in October of 2014, when we said that Greece needs about €43 billion through the end of 2015 to cover i […]
  • Greenspan: "The Stock Market Is Great", But The Economy Feels Like In "The Late Stages Of The Great Depression"
    While conflicting economic data leaves hope for both buills and bears, Alan Greenspan warns that, unlike Yellen, "US economic growth is not strong." He then slays another pillar - suggesting the exuberant job growth is anything but (as he focuses on weak productivity as he pinpoints entitlements as "crowding out capital investment" in Ame […]
  • The Global Economy Is Not "Off The Lows"
    On the day when the MSCI World Stock Index hits a fresh record high - enthused by the exuberance of the US markets - we thought it more than a little ironic that Global GDP growth expectations for 2015 just hit a fresh record low...   Growth Expectations not "off the lows"   Equities not "off the highs"   Welcome to the surreal world. h/t […]
  • The Herbalife Ice Cube Has Almost Melted: Presenting "Cash From Operations"
    Back in July, when we took one quick look at the Herbalife Q2 results, we asked: So, is Ackman going to have the last laugh? Or will Ichan end up LBOing the company - even if at a huge ultimate loss - just to spite the fellow hedge fund manager with whom he has supposedly kissed and made up? We will find out soon, because if Herbalife is to be LBOed, Icahn k […]
  • Siberian Express to bring record-breaking cold temps to much of US Midwest
    February 2015 – WEATHER – CHICAGO, Il. – The brutal cold returned Wednesday as an arctic front brought single digits and wind chills below zero to the Chicago area, but Thursday’s temperatures could set record lows. “Wind chills right now … Continue reading →
  • Oklahoma’s earthquake problem is getting worse
    February 2015 – OKLAHOMA - A lawsuit claims that Oklahoma’s great increase in earthquake activity has been caused by pumping waste from drilling operations back underground. The suit involves the largest measured quake in the history of the state, a … Continue reading →
  • Magnitude 4.2 earthquake strikes near Oklahoma-Kansas border
      February 2015 – OKLAHOMA - An earthquake in northern Oklahoma shook Wichita shortly after 9 a.m. Thursday. The U.S. Geological Survey reported the tremblor struck at 9:08 a.m. and registered 4.2 on the Richter scale. It was three miles … Continue reading →
  • 45: Reunion volcano erupts – Mt. Etna has spectacular eruption
    February 2015 – GEOLOGY – One of the world’s most active volcanoes is erupting again. Piton de la Fournaise in the Indian Ocean on the French island of Reunion began spewing lava from one of its four craters on Wednesday. … Continue reading →
  • 43: Mexico’s Colima Volcano shaken by another explosive eruption
    January 2015 – MEXICO – Mexican authorities said a volcano eruption caught on webcam blasted ash at least 13,000 feet into the air, but did not pose a danger to the public. The Colima volcano, located on the border of … Continue reading →

Japan says some tsunami reconstruction funds going to whaling

Tokyo (CNN) — The Japanese government has affirmed that $29 million from its budget for post-earthquake and tsunami reconstruction is going toward extra security measures for the country’s whaling fleet, angering environmental activists like Greenpeace.

The whaling industry is “siphoning money away from the victims of the March 11 triple disaster, at a time when they need it most,” Junichi Sato, executive director of Greenpeace Japan, said this week, referring to the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis that struck Japan in March.

But Tatsuya Nakaoku, an official from the Japanese Fisheries Agency, said Thursday he funds would help “support the reconstruction of a whaling town and nearby area,” which was devastated by the natural disasters.

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