“The US Dollar Will Be Dead In 2012” / This By the Elites’ Inside Sources

Jan  Heman  3/22/2012

In the past we have posted many articles on the state of the U.S and world economies and they contained great information for informational purposes.

This particular information is quite different.

The following interview is conducted via an alternative radio voice and personality out side the U.S. because the mainstream media sources that we have all depended upon for accurate information through out the years here in America are financed by the very people who are controlling the major international banks and financial institutions that are keeping us in the dark when it comes to certain facts concerning economic matters.

Take the time to listen to this VERY IMPORTANT once in a life time interview with this Chaplin whom was so gracious in agreeing to do the interview for our benefit.

The financial and economic picture around the world is about to take the biggest turn for the worse the world has ever seen very soon, according to his inside sources within the ruling elites of the world, the decision makers that control the flow of credit to countries.

This Chaplin (now in his 70s) actually lived among and learned how the ruling elites of the world operate and he still has contacts with in that circle and still gets important useful information from them.

Knowing this information before this historic economic turn can help us get prepared before it happens.

Learn the indicators and the sequence of events that will trigger this historic economic event so you can make the appropriate move(s) to help protect you and your loved ones from the economic and financial destruction their next major move will cause.

They always announce their intentions in one form or another before they pull the trigger. It’s their code of conduct how ever sinister it may seem to us.

To get the full picture, listen to all of these very short videos all of the way through.

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http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/R7zApyT9uhU?rel=0

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http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/ZcS10_Z4ID4?rel=0

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http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/UgviibE8TRM?rel=0

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http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/895y9q-dLao?rel=0

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When it Comes to Jobless Figures Dishonesty and Propaganda Reign | NationofChange

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Once again we got a cheery re­port from most of the media about em­ploy­ers hir­ing, al­beit “not enough,” and about the job­less rate falling, al­beit “it’s still too high.”

The prox­i­mate cause of this lat­est round of pro­pa­ganda from the cor­po­rate media is the lat­est monthly job­less fig­ure re­ported out by the Bu­reau of Labor Sta­tis­tics, which said that em­ploy­ers had added 80,000 net new jobs (ac­tu­ally they found that pri­vate sec­tor em­ploy­ers had added 104,000 jobs while pub­lic agency em­ploy­ers had pink-slipped 24,000 peo­ple), and that the of­fi­cial un­em­ploy­ment rate was 9.0 per­cent, just a notch lower than last month’s 9.1 per­cent fig­ure.

The As­so­ci­ated Press, which is now the de facto na­tional desk for the evis­cer­ated na­tional news­me­dia, trum­peted these ane­mic re­sults with a head­line read­ing: Em­ploy­ers add 80K jobs, Rate dips to 9.0 pct. This was fol­lowed by an up­beat lead, cred­ited to AP Eco­nom­ics Writer Christo­pher S. Ru­gaber (who surely should know bet­ter if he’s an eco­nom­ics spe­cial­ist) that read: “WASH­ING­TON (AP) — The U.S. jobs cri­sis may be eas­ing slightly on the strength of a fourth straight month of mod­est hir­ing and a dip in the un­em­ploy­ment rate.”

Only it’s not that sim­ple. For one thing, econ­o­mists agree that the econ­omy would have to be adding 100,000 jobs a month just to keep up with the num­ber of peo­ple who are en­ter­ing the labor force, and dou­ble that to make any real progress to­wards low­er­ing the job­less num­ber, so 80,000 jobs is re­ally going back­wards. For an­other, most of the jobs being cre­ated are low-pay­ing and often tem­po­rary, which is not going to do much if any­thing to boost con­sumer spend­ing, which ac­counts for al­most three-quar­ters of Gross Do­mes­tic Econ­omy in the hol­lowed-out US econ­omy. (In fair­ness to Ru­gaber, a day later he wrote a bet­ter, less rosy piece, in which he pointed out that among the coun­try’s 14 mil­lion of­fi­cially job­less, the per­cent­age re­ceiv­ing un­em­ploy­ment ben­e­fits has fallen from 75% last year to just 48% this year, be­cause so many peo­ple have been out of work for more than a year–a third of all those un­em­ployed–that their ben­e­fit checks have run out. That tells you how se­ri­ous the job­less­ness re­ally is.)

Credit goes to Yahoo! News, which at least ac­knowl­edged right away that these lat­est stats from the BLS mean things are ba­si­cally bad, not good news. In this dis­patch, head­lined Oc­to­ber Jobs Re­port: Deja Vu All Over Again, re­porter Daniel Gross cor­rectly called at­ten­tion to the fact that the pub­lic sec­tor was un­der­min­ing the mea­ger job gains made by the pri­vate sec­tor, as well as the fact that the de­cline in the job­less fig­ure is not the re­sult of the new jobs, but of more peo­ple just giv­ing up look­ing for non-ex­is­tent jobs and being dropped from the sta­tis­tics.

Gross also properly noted that the so-called U-6 figure for unemployment, which was used as the standard measure for unemployment until the 1980s when it was deep-sixed by the Reagan administration in favor of a measure that no longer counts people who have given up looking for a job and people who have taken part-time employment because they cannot find full-time work, is still at 16.2 perc     jjj Gross also properly noted that the so-called U-6 figure for unemployment, which was used as the standard measure for unemployment until the 1980s when it was deep-sixed by the Reagan administration in favor of a measure that no longer counts people who have given up looking for a job and people who have taken part-time employment because they cannot find full-time work, is still at 16.2 percent.To continue re To see the variations of statistics (deception) in graph form and to continue reading, click on the link below.

Gross also properly noted that the so-called U-6 figure for unemployment, which was used as the standard measure for unemployment until the 1980s when it was deep-sixed by the Reagan administration in favor of a measure that no longer counts people who have given up looking for a job and people who have taken part-time employment because they cannot find full-time work, is still at 16.2 percenvia When it Comes to Jobless Figures Dishonesty and Propaganda Reign | NationofChange.

Alabama Workers Leave State As Immigration Law Takes Effect

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama’s strict new immigration law may be backfiring. Intended to force illegal workers out of jobs, it is also driving away many construction workers, roofers and field hands in the country legally who do backbreaking jobs that Americans generally won’t.

The vacancies have created a void that will surely deal a blow to the state’s economy and could slow the rebuilding of Tuscaloosa and other tornado-damaged cities.

Employers believe they can carry on because of the dismal economy, but when things do turn around, they worry there won’t be anyone around to hire. Many legal Hispanic workers are fleeing the state because their family and friends don’t have the proper papers and they fear they will be jailed.

Rick Pate, the owner of a commercial landscaping company in Montgomery, lost two of his most experienced workers, who were in the country legally. He spent thousands of dollars training them to install irrigation systems at places like the Hyundai plant.

“They just feel like there is a negative atmosphere for them here. They don’t feel welcome. I don’t begrudge them. I’d feel nervous, too,” Pate said.

While it’s not clear how many of an estimated 185,000 Hispanic people in the state have fled, one estimate figured as much one-fourth of the commercial building work force had left since the law was upheld last week, said Bill Caton, president of Associated General Contractors of Alabama. Commercial construction is a more than $7 billion-a-year industry in Alabama.

Legislators said the law would help legal residents suffering from nearly 10 percent unemployment.

One of the bill’s authors, Republican Sen. Scott Beason, said he expected short-term problems, but he has received “thank you” calls from two people who replaced illegal immigrants who fled their jobs. Beason predicts that trickle will become a rush.

“We have the best law in the country and I stand by what we’ve done,” Beason said.

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