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Is It Now About Time For WW3????

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January 23, 2010 – Comments (4)

Dariy farmers around the nation are getting foreclosed LARGE numbers due to low dairy prices against rising production costs.....

New York state dairy farmer kills 51 cows, commits suicide

Most banks in America are likely insolvent if they were forced to mark the value of their loans to true fair market value......

Bank Failures #8 & #9: Evergreen Bank, Seattle, Washington and Columbia River Bank, The Dalles, Oregon

Bank Failure #7: Charter Bank, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Bank Failure #6: Bank of Leeton, Leeton, Missouri

Bank Failure #5 in 2010: Premier American Bank, Miami, Florida

Benny The B can only fool the Fools for so long before even English majors finally figure out America is shutting down.....and they will likely figure it out quicker than most think.

Obama scrambles to revive economic optimism

PAPER: Obama's fortunes set to deteriorate further...
Bernanke under pressure; Faltering support for Fed chief...

Dow Suffers Worst Week SInce Last March...
Obama seen as anti-business by 77% of investors...
Europe welcomes bank plan, won't imitate it...
White House nightmare persists...

SOMETHING BETTER CHANGE BEFORE THE PEOPLE GET RESTLESS...........

Britain's terror threat level raised to 'severe'...

NOW THIS......

Hezbollah has raised the alert level among its fighters due to maneuvers conducted by the Israel Defense Forces in northern Israel, London-based Arabic-language al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper reported Friday.

According to the report, the Shiite organization has instructed its men to take "general precautionary measures" for fear of a sudden Israeli attack targeting Hezbollah's headquarters and post.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3838086,00.html

But it is not just between Israel and Lebanon......

CIA Deaths Prompt Surge in US Drone Strikes in Pakistan

Claim: 15 Foreign Militants Killed in US Drone Strike in Afghanistan

CBO: Afghan Troop Surge to Cost $36 Billion Over the Next 3 Years

Horrors of Religious Violence Found in Nigeria

At Least 24 People Killed in South Sudan Clashes

France Says UN Must Take Tough Action Against Iran

Russia Warns Against Rushing to Iran Sanctions

War is only a concept for many in America right now........

WAR AND WELFARE IS DEFINITELY THE GROWING SEGMENT OF THE ECONOMY AS THE REST OF THE CONSUMER ECONOMY COMES TO A GRINDING HALT........

Based on the accelerating deterioration in the Economy.....major change is heading towards us one way or the other......

 

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#1) On January 23, 2010 at 10:22 AM, alstry (34.93) wrote:

BIGGER BUILDINGS......SMALLER PAYCHECKS 

As Spotlight 29 Casino customers enjoyed the revelry of a $52 million expansion, cost-cutting measures were imposed, resulting in pay cuts to staff.

Twelve percent pay cuts and a temporary halt to 401(k) matches by their employer were announced the same week the ribbon was cut to celebrate the completion of a $52 million casino parking garage, administrative offices and expanded casino floor room.

Robert Paull, general manager, confirmed the cuts this week.

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#2) On January 23, 2010 at 10:24 AM, alstry (34.93) wrote:

CUTS AND CUTS AND CUTS......FEW HIRINGS.....

ARARAT, Va. — A major layoff has occurred at Aerial Machine and Tool Corp., a manufacturer based in Patrick County which has been heavily courted by Mount Airy in recent years.

A company official would not reveal the total number of people affected, but an anonymous employee who notified The Mount Airy News this week said that a third of Aerial Machine and Tool’s personnel have lost their jobs.

That could put the total impacted at around 100.....

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#3) On January 23, 2010 at 10:26 AM, alstry (34.93) wrote:

ONCE YOU CUT ENOUGH....IS THE ONLY THING LEFT TO DO FIGHT........?????

DAVENPORT -- One of the county's oldest businesses and a monumental chapter in the region's economic history closed Friday.

Manufacturing giant Cemex announced that its Santa Cruz County cement plant, opened in 1906 to help build a state hungry for growth and responsible for such construction feats as the Golden Gate Bridge and California Aqueduct, would cease operation.

Cemex officials had closed the plant temporarily last year, citing the weak economy, but only on Friday did they completely surrender to it.

"It's a business decision, but it's a tough one," said Cemex spokeswoman Jennifer Borgen. "We've been in this community for over a century. It's a sad day."

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#4) On January 23, 2010 at 11:54 AM, catoismymotor (46.33) wrote:

WW5! 3 & 4 Passed you by.

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