Economy 10-4-10

October 4th, 2010

(Bloomberg) – Wall Street Sees World Economy Decoupling From U.S. – Read More Here

(CNBC) – Gold Is Not The Next Disaster – Read More Here

(LondonTelegraph) – IMF admits that the West is stuck in near depression

If you strip away the political correctness, Chapter Three of the IMF’s World Economic Outlook more or less condemns Southern Europe to death by slow suffocation and leaves little doubt that fiscal tightening will trap North Europe, Britain and America in slump for a long time. Read More Here

(NYTimes) – Cheap Debt for Corporations Fails to Spur Economy

As many households and small businesses are being turned away by bank loan officers, large corporations are borrowing vast sums of money for next to nothing — simply because they can. Read More Here

(IND) – Banks may need new bailout, warns think-tank

Taxpayers should be braced for another multi-billion bail-out of Britain’s banks, a left-leaning think tank claims today. Read More Here

(LATimes) – $69 million in California welfare money drawn out of state

Las Vegas tops the list with $11.8 million spent at casinos or taken from ATMs, but transactions in Hawaii, Miami, Guam and elsewhere also raise questions. Officials say budget cuts hinder investigations. Read More Here

(StarTribune) – Las Vegas suffering like never before

Gambling revenues have hit the skids, accompanied by the collapse of the construction industry. Confidence that the return of tourists will revive the city and the state is absent. Read More Here

(A1MortgageRates) – Mortgage Market Predicts a Collapse

Weak mortgage figures released recently have increased concerns that the there may be a consumer spending collapse in the United Kingdom. Read More Here

(BusinessInsider) – Gas Is Going To $5 A Gallon, Consumer Spending Is Dead, And House Prices Will Fall Another 20% – Read More Here

(ZeroHedge) – Guest Post: Prediction: Things Will Unravel Faster Than You Think

Underlying structural weaknesses have not been resolved, and the kick-the-can-down-the-road plan is going to encounter a hard wall in the not-too-distant future. When the next moment of discontinuity finally arrives, events will unfold much more rapidly than most people expect. Read More Here

Climategate

(UKDailyMail) – Get ready for new big chill as forecasters predict back-to-back ‘white-out’ winters

Britain is set for another winter of Arctic conditions with blizzards and temperatures as low as -20C, forecasters have warned.

The prediction could mean back-to-back ‘white-out’ winters after last year’s proved to be the coldest for 31 years. Read More Here

(IND) – Climate change film blows up in Richard Curtis’s face

When it comes to galvanising support for the fight against climate change, many methods have been tried, from switching out the lights in London skyscrapers to handing out free low-energy bulbs. Until now though, no one had thought of detonating two schoolchildren in front of their blood-smeared classmates. Read More Here

(HeritageBlog) – U.S. Could Learn from U.K.’s Global Warming Reversal

Great Britain’s most prominent scientific body significantly softened its position on global warming after 43 of its members complained that the previous position did not take into account dissenting evidence. Although the Royal Society’s climate change guide still asserts that greenhouse gas gases resulting from human activity contributes to warming, it does so more prudently: Read More Here

(Co2Insanity) – Meet the new global warming spokesperson?

I was kind of blown away this week by the above video showing climate skeptics/deniers being blown away because they don’t go along with the warmista view of things.

I was blown away a second time when Osama bin Laden announced he’s concerned about climate change and the victims. Per Ecopolitology he’s quoted as saying…..

In a new tape posted to an Islamic forum on Friday, Al Qaeda leader and world public enemy #1 Osama bin Laden departs from his usual calls for death and destruction in order to lament the vast and damaging effects of climate change.

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“The number of victims caused by climate change is very big,” says bin Laden (though officially the voice has yet to be verified as his). “Bigger than the victims of wars.” It may seem like the terrorist is softening in his old age, but analysts have been quick to suggest that this latest recording smacks of desperation: anything to recruit supporters and regain flagging support, and with tens of millions of Pakistanis affected by recent flooding, the timing certainly makes sense.

Realistically, this is the exact opposite of what you would expect from either party. I mean personally, I’d expect Osama Bin Laden to be the one blowing up human beings and the warmers to be the ones showing concern for people affected by alleged climate change (read weather) in Pakistan. Wouldn’t you?

So I am surprised none of the warmers have come forward to declare Osama bin Laden as Al Gore’s replacement as the new spokesperson for climate change. Actually I am wondering if this may not already be in the works.

Think about it.  We have the Obama Administration’s Malthusian Science Czar, John Holdren, wanting to change the new official name of climate change to climate disruption.  To me the word disruption kind of goes along nicely with blowing people up because they’re skeptics. If you take it one step further I wonder if he’s subliminally pushing for Osama bin Laden to be the new Global Disruption Czar?

Think about it. They’d have a certified warmer in charge who likes to blow up people. Talk about killing two birds with one stone!

If elected as the new spokesperson for climate disruption I promise ot blow up all skeptics and deniers!

OK warmers! I”m waiting for the announcement that Osama bin Laden is replacing Al Gore as global warming’s poster boy. He’s the perfect man to lead climate jihad.

In the meantime I think I’ll scour the internet for a surplus bomb-squad suit and some sand bags. Talk about CO2 Insanity.

Source: Co2Insanity

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