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It Is Just About Time....1.01.10.....Money is running out.........

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December 11, 2009 – Comments (14)

Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Shiite rebels fighting the Yemeni national army and Saudi forces on Yemen’s northwest border said today they had taken control of a Saudi military post.

The rebels, known as Houthis after the family of its leaders, said in an e-mailed statement they also seized all the military equipment at the al-Jabir border post late yesterday.

Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, launched an offensive with aerial strikes and artillery bombardments on Houthi border bases after the rebels moved into its territories Nov. 3.

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BRUSSELS (AFP) – European leaders backed Friday new sanctions against Iran, warning that Tehran's refusal to negotiate over its nuclear programme must be met with a tough response.

As they met in Brussels, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he expected "significant" new measures imposed if the Islamic republic fails to live up to commitments, and accused it of "stiffing the international community".

"Europe's position is very clear, we need sanctions, this decision has been taken," French President Nicolas Sarkozy told reporters, after two days of talks among the EU's 27 leaders.

"Something has to be done, we can't leave things as they are," he added.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown said: "Iran has got to be persuaded it is necessary to respond to what the world is saying."

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Colombia has been building up forces along its eastern border with Venezuela following weeks of provocations by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who has threatened war against Colombia for a recent agreement that allows U.S. troops to use Colombia's main military bases.

A new army division of 15,000 men has been formed to protect the 94,000-square-mile frontier region, according to a communique released by Colombia's defense ministry late last month.

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1.01.10..................It is not the end of the world......just the end of the world as you know it.

It is not hard to see.......simply hard to believe it is actually happening.

Anything is common with Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, and Iran????

If you said they all have "a" in the name, you are correct.

14 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On December 11, 2009 at 6:41 PM, RonChapmanJr (91.04) wrote:

4 separate posts in 1 day?  Come on, Alstry, even you should know better than that.  Stop trying to hog all the attention around here.  :)

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#2) On December 11, 2009 at 7:01 PM, RainierMan (77.97) wrote:

Alstry, jeez. You're worse than Goodvibe always calling a market top. You can't call the End of the World as we Know It, every day. Be more selective. Maybe once every 6 months would be better.

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#3) On December 11, 2009 at 7:13 PM, Recover22kplan (45.33) wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLu_UK_MpfA&NR=1

it's a jungle out there - I just got bcak from the mall, I hate the mall, I like Alstry

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#4) On December 11, 2009 at 8:40 PM, alstry (35.13) wrote:

It is crazy out there....Harley Davidson borrows hundreds of millions, fires 2/3 of its workforce at is largest manufacturing plant and sales evaporate and the stock goes up 300%???? 

Could you imagine how high it might go if the company went bankrupt?

Construction in Dubai has come to a grinding halt.  It is basically stopping in Las Vegas, pretty much stopped in Florida, and new home sales slowing to a trickle yet we are supposed to believe that the economy is growing?

Practically every city, county and state are facing serious finanical crisis yet muni bonds are trading at low rates?

Our government is running a $2 Trillion dollar deficit basically funding health care and defense with money that doesn't exist and some Fools think this can keep going on without severe consequences to the society?

Look what Ireland was forced to cut when it ran a deficit a fraction of ours.  Greece is about to be forced into similar actions.  Same with Bulgaria, Romania, and others.

We are systematically shutting down the world, money is running out as fewer and fewer are lending....and soon the only thing left to do may be simply fight.....

That helps explain President Obama saying War three dozen times in a speech accepting the Nobel Peace Prize.

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#5) On December 11, 2009 at 8:53 PM, alstry (35.13) wrote:

VOLKER ADOPTS ALSTRYNOMICS.....

Dec. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker said imbalances in the structure of the U.S. economy pose a bigger challenge than the financial crisis and will impede economic growth for some time.

“We have another economic problem which is mixed up in this of too much consumption, too much spending relative to our capacity to invest and to export,” Volcker, an adviser to President Barack Obama, said today in Berlin. “It’s involved with the financial crisis but in a way it’s more difficult than the financial crisis because it reflects the basic structure of the economy.”

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#6) On December 11, 2009 at 9:31 PM, jddubya (32.96) wrote:

"VOLKER ADOPTS ALSTRYNOMICS....."

LOL!!!!!!!!  Righhhhhhht....

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#7) On December 11, 2009 at 9:42 PM, alstry (35.13) wrote:

imbalances in the structure of the U.S. economy pose a bigger challenge than the financial crisis

“We have another economic problem which is mixed up in this of too much consumption, too much spending relative to our capacity to invest and to export,”

it’s more difficult than the financial crisis because it reflects the basic structure of the economy.”

PRETTY MUCH SUMS UP ALSTRYNOMICS........

AFTER ALL....IT HAS BEEN ALSTRY CALLING FOR RESTRUCTURING FOR SOME TIME.....IT IS JUST THAT PAUL IS A LITTLE LATE TO THE PARTY.

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#8) On December 11, 2009 at 9:47 PM, Rasbold (92.10) wrote:

Harley, hell yeah!

I'll sell to some taxpayers right after it goes BK, I'll make a killing!!!

Classic.

Keep it coming, dude. Don't pay any attention to these knaves, their Dow will be Jonesing soon!

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#9) On December 11, 2009 at 9:48 PM, Rasbold (92.10) wrote:

knaves....

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#10) On December 11, 2009 at 9:54 PM, jddubya (32.96) wrote:

"It Is Just About Time....1.01.10.....Money is running out........."

Time for what?  Is Concentric Contraction starting 1.01.10?? That's what you've claimed multiple times in the last few days....

But... but... this is what you spewed back in January 2009:

"Concentric Contraction has arrived and is hitting the shore with full force."

LOL - YOU WERE WARNED!!!!!! ALSTRY RE-RUNS!!!!!!!

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#11) On December 11, 2009 at 10:56 PM, alstry (35.13) wrote:

66% OF ARCHITECTS UNEMPLOYED

NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION DOWN 80%

AUTO SALES DOWN 50%

40 MILLION AMERICANS ON FOOD STAMPS

MORE AMERICANS UNEMPLOYED THAN EVER BEFORE

RETAILERS SHUTTING DOWN BY THE THOUSANDS

TAX RECEIPTS SHRINKING MORE THAN EVER

GOVERNMENT CONSUMING OVER 50% OF GDP

HIGHEST POVERTY EVER

CITIES FORCED TO SHUT OFF STREET LIGHTS

STATES FORCED TO SELL BUILDINGS

POLICE OFFICERS AND FIREFIGHTERS FIRED

HOSPITALS HURTING AND SHUTTING DOWN

COMMERICAL REAL ESTATE CRASHING

ELECTRICAL USAGE CONTRACTING

CRIME CONVULSING

FORECLOSURES FREQUENT

VACANCIES VIRAL

WHILE GOVT RUNNING A $2 TRILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT

AND TAXPAYER FUNDED BAILOUTS GIVING BANKERS BILLIONS IN BONUSES...........

AND GUESS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE DEFICIT CAN'T BE  FUNDED ANYMORE????

"Concentric Contraction has arrived and is hitting the shore with full force."

MAYBE FULL FORCE WAS A BIT CONSERVATIVE?????

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#12) On December 11, 2009 at 11:19 PM, alstry (35.13) wrote:

GETTING  CLOSER.....MUCH CLOSER  1.01.10

Iran and Syria signed a defense cooperation protocol on Friday, the last day of Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi's visit to Damascus.

According to Iranian media, the two countries stressed the need to strengthen their military ties. According to the document, the countries will share their military experience and hold ongoing consultations on defense issues.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3818615,00.html

As Iran increases its presence in US backyard, the US secretary of states warns Latin American nations about the consequences of the move.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad went on several official trips to Latin American countries, including Brazil, Bolivia and Venezuela in November.

During his visits, Ahmadinejad signed a number of agreements with Latin American leader to launch joint projects and thus increase Iran's presence in the region.

Pointing to the recent upsurge in relations, Hillary Clinton said on Friday that "we can only say that is a really bad idea for the countries involved," warning Bolivia and Venezuela in particular.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=113477&sectionid=3510203

Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- France urged immediate action to adopt tougher United Nations sanctions against Iran to halt its nuclear program, while China and Russia called for patience and further negotiations with the government in Tehran.

IT IS NOW GETTING REALLY CLOSE....REALLY REALLY CLOSE

IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO SEE WHO COMES DOWN ON WHICH SIDE WHEN THE FIGHTING ACTUALLY BREAK OUT.

Now the question is how to score CAPS points when the bell rings

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#13) On December 11, 2009 at 11:54 PM, alexxlea (65.17) wrote:

The sad thing is that if things really do pan out like they will in these scenarios, which are actually the realistic scenarios (the unrealistic scenario would be debt expanding and everything getting better magically), then all of this time spent accumulating paper wealth will have been for nothing, and those who would have had the best out of it would have been the people who took the money and ran in the boom years, and then used that paper to convert it into awesome life experiences. Either self-gratifying or not, it's definitely a lot more fun riding a bubble and laughing at poor people than being the poor people getting stomped on left and right in the process. They've got it down to a science to where the poor people don't think they can do anything about it anymore. We've quietly let society in general become so complacent with being reliant on debt slavery that I'm extremely saddened with conversations with ordinary people on the subject, or any related ones.

 

 

How do people not regret people running companies into the ground having fun at their expense? I mean honestly... I'm young and I'm still pissed as hell. 

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#14) On December 12, 2009 at 12:47 AM, ease1 (91.02) wrote:

Wait a minute!!!!   Ummm, I don't really want to say it but Alstry might be right after all.....................................

Seems the carp are preparing for war.. on the great lakes that is

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Lawmakers-seek-emergency-apf-3298617856.html?x=0&sec=topStories&pos=5&asset=&ccode=

The carp know that we are greedy debt laden bad people and have a plan to increse unemployment by killing the 7 billion fishing industry.

Dude, how did you know the carp would turn on us?

 

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