PAID JOURNALISTS: German Journalist Whistleblower says it all

The interview is in English with French subtitles.

Propagande médiatique – les révélations d’Udo Ulfkotte

18 Oct. 2014 – Le journaliste allemand Udo Ulfkotte a donné cette semaine une interview tonitruante sur la chaîne Russia Today, à l’occasion de la sortie de son dernier ouvrage Gekaufte Journalisten (Journalistes achetés).

Dans ce livre, il détaille la manipulation des médias et des journalistes par les agences de renseignement étasuniennes et notamment comment le Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung sert « comme une prostituée les intérêts de Washington en manipulant ses lecteurs au profit des États-Unis » au travers de multiples organisations pilotées depuis Washington, comme l’Atlantic Bridge, la Commission trilatérale, le German Marshall Found, l’American Council on Germany, l’Aspen Institute, etc.

Ces informations ont été depuis confirmées par Willy Wimmer, ex-secrétaire d’État du ministère allemand de la Défense, qui a accusé le département d’État américain d’ingérence dans le travail de la presse allemande.

Le Rap, ou l’art dégénéré par LLC

Texte écrit par LeLibreCenseur sur le rap…

Le rap est à l’art poétique ce que la modernité la plus décadente est à la Tradition. Et ce n’est pas sans raison qu’on peut le qualifier très sérieusement et très objectivement d’art dégénéré, tant il réalise le potentiel de brutalité barbare, de régression morale et esthétique impliqué dans la dégénérescence civilisationnelle. Certes, c’est d’abord une musique proprement inécoutable : je ne supporte pas 10 secondes de rap, quel qu’il soit. Mais ce rejet épidermique, qui provoque jusqu’à la nausée et l’ahurissement devant les gesticulations verbales débilitantes de la Fouine ou d’un autre rappeur, procède de plusieurs questions fondamentales sur le statut de l’art, de la Tradition et de l’humanité.

Parmi les nouvelles pratiques « artistiques », le rap est sans doute celle qui fait le plus honte à l’esprit traditionnel européen. C’est d’abord une pratique américaine d’importation et d’impérialisme culturel sous la forme la moins civilisatrice. Si la barbarie a souvent été évoquée par divers polémistes traitant des «quartiers sensibles », ce n’est pas tant par la rencontre des parents travailleurs de ces zones, mais en référence à la musique qu’écoutent leurs enfants sur Skyrock. C’est un art de crâne vide. Des petites frappes qui se prennent pour des grosses cailleras en martelant des mauvaises rimes ; avec un ton de fausse virilité, un mauvais ton ; pas de musique, des paroles indigentes, soit violentes soit démagogiques. Niveau mélodie : zéro. Bref, une véritable régression culturelle. Ce n’est pas de la virulence politique ou sociale pensée : c’est de la brutalité, de la violence barbare faite son.

Plus grave : le rap n’est qu’une fausse musique produite par des sous-hommes en mal de virilité, qui jouent à être les hommes qu’ils ne sont pas et qu’ils ne seront jamais. Le rappeur et l’amateur de rap se caractérisent, non certes par leur rapport à l’art (puisque ce ne saurait en être), mais par une crise profonde de l’identité masculine. Musique ou poésie ? Ni l’une ni l’autre ! C’est une parodie de musique, du non-Art, l’art du sous-homme, c’est la sous-humanité faite art. C’est le sous-homme qui, ayant pris conscience de son absence de virilité, ou vertu (virtus) réelle, la compense par le « flow » décérébré, dénué de sens, d’intelligence et de lyrisme véritable, dans la mise en scène avilissante d’une virilité fictive et surjouée de la manière la plus grossière possible. Si la poésie lyrique est une sublimation de la virilité, le rap est la fausse sublimation d’une absence de virilité. Le comble de la virilité étant la subtilité la plus profonde, et en même temps la plus puissante, le rap en est la négation la plus absolue : c’est de la brutalité sans puissance et sans subtilité, un gueulard qui débite des débilités inintelligibles, mièvres ou absurdes. Le rap substitue à l’élaboration mélodique et au raffinement poétique la brutalité du ton. Il substitue à la simplicité noble de l’épopée les récriminations verbeuses et les vociférations bestiales. Il compense souvent l’indigence des paroles et la nullité musicale par la violence des sons et l’accumulation de mauvais calembours criés massivement plutôt que suggérés avec l’humour subtil qui conviendrait à ce projet. Les phrases, ou plutôt les formules aheurtées sont scandées comme des cris rauques, et déstructurent le langage, comme il se doit dans un art de la dégénérescence. L’envie de « faire passer un message » se lit dans la naïveté revendicatrice du ton du rappeur, naïveté confondante et quasiment puérile qui tranche avec sa prétention viriliste. Le rappeur rappe au lieu de chanter, comme l’enfant crie et pleure au lieu de verbaliser ses sentiments : c’est le même fonctionnement régressif. Le rythme ne sert qu’à cracher des paroles ineptes dont la vacuité intellectuelle est tellement évidente que seuls l’aveuglement et l’amour de la modernité la plus décadente peuvent expliquer son attrait.

Seigneur, délivrez-nous du rap !

Message personnel à l’attention des rappeurs de la dissidence : fuyez cet art avilissant et faites plutôt de la poésie, si vous en avez le talent ! Ne vous gâchez pas dans cette débilité américaine qui continuera de vous stigmatiser comme barbares !

Le Libre Censeur

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ISIS: America’s Terrorist Mercenaries

Generally historical revision takes place long after events unfold and the victors attempt to bury humiliating or inconvenient truths. Today, in the age of information, these would-be victors are finding it increasingly necessary to revise history in real-time through a strategy of increasingly repetitive, but decreasingly effective propaganda.

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By Tony Cartalucci for Activist Post

 

Phase I: Justifying Chaos

It was only in 2007 that US foreign policy openly sought to pursue war against Iran, Syria, and Lebanon’s Hezbollah, while undercutting pro-Iranian factions in Iraq which at the time the US was still occupying. Failing to accomplish this directly, the US planned a not-so-covert proxy war that would include funding, politically backing, and even arming groups ranging from the Muslim Brotherhood to militants aligned with Al Qaeda itself.

This is perhaps best summarized by the prophetic 2007 report “The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?” written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh and published in the New Yorker.

It stated (emphasis added):

To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has cooperated with Saudi Arabia’s government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.

Hersh would also go on to chronicle American political and financial support that was being provided to the Muslim Brotherhood, even then under then US President George Bush. In all, the supposedly “spontaneous” uprisings referred to by the Western media as the “Arab Spring” in 2011 were being engineered years ahead of time – not in an attempt to promote peaceful pro-democratic aspirations, but to serve as cover for ultra-violent foreign-backed insurrections that would leave a trail of destruction stretching along Africa’s northern coast, all the way to the borders of Iran, Russia, and even China.

Phase II: The War

After denying any role in the “Arab Spring” unrest, the US would soon not only openly support the protesters in the streets, but also support armed militants that followed in the wake of protests. This support included that of a military dimension – with militants in Libya being provided aircover and special forces initially, to eventually the air-dropping of weapons, equipment, and other supplies.

US Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) would even travel to the terrorist capital of Libya – Benghazi – and offer US support in person. He would stand literally upon the footsteps of Benghazi’s courthouse where Al Qaeda rallies would be held shortly after, promising weapons to men who would later slaughter a US ambassador in that very city.

After the destruction of Libya’s government amid NATO’s intervention, Benghazi would serve as a terrorist epicenter where weapons, cash, and fighters were being staged before being sent to NATO-member Turkey and then to fight in northern Syria. Among these terrorists were seasoned militants of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), an official Al Qaeda franchise in North Africa. One of their leaders, Abdelhakim Belhadj would eventually find himself in power in Tripoli after the collapse of the Libyan government, and even have his photograph taken with Senator McCain.

Predictably, as NATO shifted resources and attention from the overthrow of Libya to the overthrow of Syria, the conflict aimed at Damascus escalated. It did not however succeed. Instead, the West found itself in a protracted proxy war in which its role in arming, aiding, and abetting hardcore sectarian extremists became increasingly obvious.

Phase III: The “Rise” of ISIS

Clearly, the rise of the so-called “Islamic State” or ISIS, did not happen overnight, nor by accident. It was not only the logical result of the United States continuing its strategy of proxy warfare it had carried out against Libya, now unfolding in Syria, it was also the premeditated, documented result of what veteran journalist Seymour Hersh had warned about in 2007.

It is a threat that not only Syria understands all too well, but a threat its allies including Iraq, Iran, and Russia fully understand and are mobilizing against.

The US has found itself revising history, attempting to explain the existence of ISIS lurking in the footprints of its massive support of so-called “moderates” in Syria’s ongoing conflict. The US has attempted to claim ISIS has built itself on “donations,” selling oil to the black market, and by taking hostages for ransom. If only building a multinational terrorist mercenary force was that easy, we could imagine Syria, Iraq, and Iran would likewise have vast mercenary armies to outmatch ISIS in an afternoon.

The reality is, to explain how the US and its regional partners have provided “moderates” with billions in aid only to have ISIS rise up and displace these “moderates,” we must realize that there were never any “moderates” to begin with, and that the US intentionally armed and funded terrorists, just as Hersh warned in 2007, to create a terrorist mercenary army that “espouses a militant vision of Islam” and is “sympathetic to Al Qaeda.”

ISIS didn’t displace the “moderates,” the truth of what America has done in the Middle East has displaced the lies the West has been telling the public starting in 2011 at the height of the so-called “Arab Spring.”

It is essential that people around the world continue to spread this this truth faster than the West can spread its chaos.

 

Tony Cartalucci, Bangkok-based geopolitical researcher and writer, especially for the online magazineNew Eastern Outlook”, where this first appeared.

 

Germans Clear Russia in MH-17 Case

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A Malaysia Airways’ Boeing 777 like the one that crashed in eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014. (Photo credit: Aero Icarus from Zürich, Switzerland)

Exclusive: For months, Western governments and media have accused Russia of supplying the anti-aircraft missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 killing 298 people. But now German intelligence has reportedly determined the missile came from a Ukrainian military base, writes Robert Parry.

By Robert Parry, Consortiumnews

The West’s case blaming Russia for the shoot-down of a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine last July appears to be crumbling as the German foreign intelligence agency has concluded that the anti-aircraft missile battery involved came from a Ukrainian military base, according to a report by the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel.

The Obama administration and other Western governments have pointed the finger of blame at Russia for supposedly supplying a sophisticated BUK missile system to ethnic Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine who then allegedly used the weapon on July 17 to shoot down what they thought was a Ukrainian military plane but turned out to be Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, killing all 298 people onboard.

The Russians denied providing the rebels with the weapon and the rebels denied shooting down the plane. But the tragedy gave the U.S. State Department the emotional leverage to get the European Union to impose tougher economic sanctions on Russia, touching off a trade war that has edged Europe toward a new recession.

But now the narrative has shifted. The German intelligence agency, the Bundesnachrichtendienst or BND, asserted that while it believes rebels were responsible for shooting down the plane, they supposedly did so with an anti-aircraft battery captured from a Ukrainian military base, according to Der Spiegel.

The BND also concluded that photos supplied by the Ukrainian government about the MH-17 tragedy “have been manipulated,” Der Spiegel reported. And, the BND disputed Russian government claims that a Ukrainian fighter jet had been flying close to MH-17 just before it crashed, the magazine said.

None of the BND’s evidence to support its conclusions has been made public — and I was subsequently told by a European official that the evidence was not as conclusive as the magazine article depicted.

Der Spiegel said the information given to members of a parliamentary committee on Oct. 8 included satellite images and other photography. What’s less clear, however, is how the BND could determine the precise command-and-control of the anti-aircraft missile system amid the chaotic military situation that existed in eastern Ukraine last July.

At the time, the Ukrainian army and allied militias were mounting an offensive against ethnic Russian rebels who were resisting a U.S.-backed coup regime that ousted elected President Viktor Yanukovych last February, touching off what quickly became a nasty civil war.

Spearheading Kiev’s summer offensive were pro-government militias, some of which were filled with neo-Nazi extremists and financed by Ukrainian billionaire oligarchs including Ihor Kolomoisky, who had been appointed governor of the southeastern Dnipropetrovsk Region. The ethnic Russian rebels also were a disorganized lot with poor command and control.

Rushing to Anti-Russian Judgment

Yet, the Obama administration was quick to pin the blame for the MH-17 crash on Russia and the rebels. Just three days after the crash, Secretary of State John Kerry went on all five Sunday talk shows fingering Russia and the rebels and citing evidence provided by the Ukrainian government through social media.

On NBC’s “Meet the Press,” David Gregory asked, “Are you bottom-lining here that Russia provided the weapon?”

Kerry: “There’s a story today confirming that, but we have not within the Administration made a determination. But it’s pretty clear when – there’s a build-up of extraordinary circumstantial evidence. I’m a former prosecutor. I’ve tried cases on circumstantial evidence; it’s powerful here.” [See Consortiumnews.com’s “Kerry’s Latest Reckless Rush to Judgment.”]

But some U.S. intelligence analysts offered conflicting assessments. After Kerry’s TV round-robin, the Los Angeles Times reported on a U.S. intelligence briefing given to several mainstream U.S. news outlets. The story said, “U.S. intelligence agencies have so far been unable to determine the nationalities or identities of the crew that launched the missile. U.S. officials said it was possible the SA-11 [anti-aircraft missile] was launched by a defector from the Ukrainian military who was trained to use similar missile systems.” [See Consortiumnews.com’s “The Mystery of a Ukrainian ‘Defector,’”]

A source who was briefed by U.S. intelligence analysts told me that some analysts had concluded that the rebels and Russia were likely not at fault and that it appeared Ukrainian government forces were to blame, although possibly a unit operating outside the direct command of Ukraine’s top officials.

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The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Hidden Secrets of Money

Written By: Mike Maloney and Dan Rubock. Animation: Aden Mackness. Presented By Mike Maloney. Cameras, Edit, Sound Design: Dan Rubock

You are about to learn one of the biggest secrets in the history of the world… it’s a secret that has huge effects for everyone who lives on this planet. Most people can feel deep down that something isn’t quite right with the world economy, but few know what it is.

Gone are the days where a family can survive on just one paycheck… every day it seems that things are more and more out of control, yet only one in a million understand why. You are about to discover the system that is ultimately responsible for most of the inequality in our world today.

The powers that be DO NOT want you to know about this, as this system is what has kept them at the top of the financial food-chain for the last 100 years.

Learning this will change your life, because it will change the choices that you make. If enough people learn it, it will change the world… because it will change the system .

For this is the biggest Hidden Secret Of Money.

Never in human history have so many been plundered by so few, and it’s all accomplished through this… The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind.

LES BANQUES QUI NE PASSENT PAS LES STRESS-TESTS dont DEXIA – ECB Fails 25 Banks

du 27 au 31 octobre 2014 : C’est curieux, j’aimerais bien savoir comment les tests ont été menés. Quand la Banque Postale stresse ses clients pour 30 euros, elle devrait figurer en tête de liste des “fails”… [Note de CounterPsyOps: au total le sauvetage de DEXIA par la Banque Postale et la Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations aura coûté plus de 12 Milliards d’euros au contribuable Français , 6 Milliards d’euros à l’époque de Sarkozy à l’automne 2008, et 6.6 Milliards en janvier 2014 grâce à François Hollande]

L’article de Bloomberg est ici, avec les commentaires complets. De son côté Zero Hedge a écrit: “40% des banques de l’Eurozone sont en mauvaise santé… 130 banks sont testées, de 12 à 18 échoueront, et pour couronner le tout un tiers des 130, soit 40%, passeront le test sur le fil du rasoir… Cela veut dire que 40 à 44% des banques de l’Eurozone banks sont en mauvaise santé… If 40% of your banks are either dead in the water or barely floating, I’d say you have a major problem“… Surtout si vous examinez les garanties postées dans les bilans. Par exemple en Bulgarie, avec la banque qui a fait faillite, seuls 13% des prêts avaient une hypothèque valide. Les 83% autres étaient bidons, inexistants ou totalement suévalués. Et c’était la 4e plus grosse banque bulgare.

 

Source: Bloomberg

Revue de Presse par Pierre Jovanovic © www.jovanovic.com 2008-2014

 

Greenlight Capital CEO David EINHORN: “it’s time to short French government debt.”

Greenlight Capital CEO David Einhorn gave two ideas on Monday at the Robin Hood Investors Conference.

One was a long position — in the solar company SunEdison. And the other was a long/short — long Greek banks, short French government debt.

At about slide 38, Einhorn sorts out some of the mess that is Europe, focusing on Greece first. He argues that the worst is behind the country. The hardest decisions about austerity and the country is now “living within its means.” He recommends going long Greek banks — *Alpha and Piraeus.

France, on the other hand, is just starting to look ugly (that starts on slide 67). It’s overbudget, suffers from high unemployment, and needs reform. Once the bond market realizes all of that, Einhorn says, it’s time to short French government debt. SEE FULL PRESENTATION HERE

Greece has taken its bitter medicine, restructured its obligations and economy, and is recuperating after its near‐death experience. France appears too proud to reform.

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“France is a challenging place to do business. The labour laws are stifling, the 35-hour work week includes 5 weeks of vacation, and at over $12 an hour, the minimum wage is nearly the highest in the world. It is difficult and expensive to dismiss workers … French government spending is well over half of GDP. In 2012 France elected the Socialists led by Francois Hollande who then lowered the retirement age, raised the corporate and VAT taxes, and sought to raise the tax rate on salaries over 1 million to 75% … And while Greece’s economy continues to improve, France has lagged the global recovery and may be headed back into recession. The bond market hasn’t noticed, but the rating agencies downgraded French debt. Right now France is clashing with the European Commission, where its proposed 2015 budget exceeds the 3% limit, putting France in “serious noncompliance” with the new EU rules. France is potentially undermining EU authority, setting a dangerous precedent for other EU countries, and setting the stage for a possible Euro crisis”

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The debt service in France has remained stable. Ever lower interest rates have offset total debt ballooning from €1.2 trillion in 2006 to €2 trillion today. The bond market hasn’t noticed, but the rating agencies downgraded French debt.
Greece’s restructured debt has low interest rates and distant maturities. Almost half the debt pays no interest for a decade. Now, Greece has a lower interest burden than France.

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Yet, while France’s troubles are still ahead, 10‐year French Government bonds yield 1.3%, while Greek 10‐year paper yields 9%. If the market re‐prices the French sovereign risk just slightly, France’s debt service will quickly get out of hand. Given this dynamic, we think shorting French government debt is a good currency and tail risk hedge for owning Greek bank stocks.

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SOURCE : BusinessInsider

 


 

Deutsche Bank lawyer found dead by suicide in New York during BCE’s Banks Stress Tests

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(Reuters) – A senior Deutsche Bank regulatory lawyer has been found dead in New York after committing suicide, New York City officials said on Saturday.

Calogero Gambino, 41, was found on the morning of Oct. 20 at his home in the New York borough of Brooklyn and pronounced dead on the scene, according to New York City police.

Gambino was an associate general counsel and a managing director who worked for the German bank for 11 years, according to the Wall Street Journal, which first reported his death.

He had been closely involved in negotiating legal issues for Deutsche Bank such as a probe by regulators of banks over allegations they manipulated the Libor benchmark interest rate as well as currency markets.

Gambino was also an associate at a private law firm and a regulatory enforcement lawyer between 1997 and 1999, the Journal said, citing Gambino’s LinkedIn profile and conference biographies.

He died by hanging, said Julie Bolcer, spokeswoman for the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner. The manner of death was suicide.

“Charlie was a beloved and respected colleague who we will miss,” said Deutsche Bank in a statement. “Our thoughts and sympathy are with his friends and family.”

Deutsche, Germany’s biggest lender, has already paid 6 billion euros ($7.7 billion) in fines and settlements in the past two and a half years. It expects to post litigation costs of 894 million euros alone for the third quarter of 2014.

Earlier this year, former Deutsche Bank manager William Broeksmit, who had close ties to co-chief executive Anshu Jain, had been found dead at his London home in what also appeared to have been a suicide.

 

The Magic Number Is Revealed: It Costs Central Banks $200 Billion Per Quarter To Avoid A Market Crash

By Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge

We have all seen it countless times before: visual confirmation that without the Fed’s (and all other central banks’) liquidity pump, the S&P would be about 70% lower than were it is now.

Most recently, this was shown last Friday in “Another Reminder How Addicted Markets Still Are To Liquidity” in which Deutsche bank’s Jim Reid said:

The recovery from the lows after Bullard spoke yesterday is another reminder how addicted markets still are to liquidity. Indeed in today’s pdf we reprint and update a table from our 2014 Outlook showing the various phases of the Fed’s balance sheet expansion and pausing over the last 5-6 years and its impact on equities and credit. We have found that the relationship broadly works best with markets pricing in the Fed balance sheet move just under 3 months in advance. We’ve also included our oft-used chart of the Fed balance sheet vs the S&P 500 to help demonstrate this. So end July / early August 2014 was always the time that this relationship suggested markets should enter a new more difficult phase. So we still think central bankers hold the key to markets going forward and there seems to be a hint of change in the Fed.
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Another view was shown over the weekend, in “The Chart That Explains Why Fed’s Bullard Wants To Restart The QE Flow” which shows that when the Fed’s excess reserve firehose is turned on Max, stocks surge; when it isn’t – as has been the case recently – they tumble.
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So now that “best Keynesian practices” are out of the window, and everyone has once again turned Austrian, and only the “flow of money” (either inside or outside) matters, the question is how much do central banks need to inject to keep the stock market from crashing, let alone continuing to levitate. Luckily, Citi’s Matt King has just done the math, and the answer is…

Here is his answer:

We think the markets’ weakness owes more to an almost belated reaction to a temporary lull in central bank stimulus than it does to any reduction in the effect of that stimulus in propping up asset prices. Figure 5 shows the rolling 3m combined liquidity injection by the Fed, the ECB, the BoE and the BoJ, plotted against the rolling 3m change in spreads. While the relationship is not perfect – liquidity flows across asset classes and across borders, and there are announcement and confidence effects in addition to the straightforward impact on net supply – it is this, not fundamentals, which we would argue has been the major driver of markets for the past few years (Figure 6 shows the same series plotted against global equities).
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In case anyone missed it, and in case there is still any debate about this issue which we first explicitly stated nearly 6 years ago and were widely mocked by the all too serious intelligentsia, here is the key sentence again:

 “it’s the liquidity injections, not fundamentals, which we would argue has been the major driver of markets for the past few years.

And with that piece of New Normal trivia behind us, we continue:

For over a year now, central banks have quietly being reducing their support. As Figure 7 shows, much of this is down to the Fed, but the contraction in the ECB’s balance sheet has also been significant. Seen from this perspective, a negative reaction in markets was long overdue: very roughly, the charts suggest that zero stimulus would be consistent with 50bp widening in investment grade, or a little over a ten percent quarterly drop in equities.
Put differently, it takes around $200bn per quarter just to keep markets from selling off.
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If anyone ever needed any confirmation of what we said in June 2012, that “The Stock Is Dead, Long-Live The Flow: Perpetual QE Has Arrived“, now you have it, and only qualified but quantified. Because to translate what Matt King – Citi’s most respected strategist and the only person on Wall Street to warn about the Lehman collapse and its consequences before it happened, just said – if and when the global central bank liquidity tracker ever drops to $200 billion per quarter or less, the market will crash.

LA SEMAINE DE LICENCIEMENTS “SEARS + KIMBERLY-CLARKE + CANAL+ LLOYDS BANK”

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Les 3 pieds nickelés de l’économie: “El Blancos” Valls, Hollande, Sapin

du 27 au 31 octobre 2014 : Le tsunami des licenciements continue à faire son tour du monde… Sans commentaires… parce que j’en ai plus. Cela dure ainsi depuis mai 2012 !

Revue de presse par Pierre JOVANOVIC

- Sears US la grande chaîne va fermer 116 magasins et virer 6100 personnes, autant pour la reprise américaine – lire Usa Today merci à DJC

- SNCF maintenance 650 emplois menacés dans les ateliers de la sncf en dordognelire Sud Ouest merci à Mr Marsal

- SNCM-Transdev j’en ai parlé cet été, et c’est confirmé 2000 emplois en jeu à Marseille. Une explosion sociale en vue – lire 20 minutes merci à Mr Goosens

- PSA Discrétement 100 postes supprimés de plus à Poissylire Le Parisien merci à Aetos

- Altia dans le Jura, 111 emplois en dangerlire Le Progres</aa merci à Mr Labranche

- Amgen va virer 274 ingénieurslire San Fernando Journal merci à DJC

- Associations Caritatives elles sont en danger car victimes de vols à répétition partout en France, ici dans le Puy de Dôme – lire FR3 merci à Julien

- ATM croquettes pour chien et chats, confirmation, l’usine en redressement, 100 ouvriers ont pris une option pour Paul Emploilire L’Yonne merci à Mr Lafont

- Auchan Direct les salariés protestent contre un plan social déguisé – lire FR3 merci à mr Rorhrbacher

- Canal + comme je vous l’ai annoncé, la chaîne va en fermer trois autres, Jimmy, Cuisine+ et Maison+ en juin 2015 sur le bouquet canalsat – lire Ozap merci à mr Rorhrbacher

- Caterpillar à Rantigny, Oise, une centaine de salariés manifestent pour sauver leur entrepriselire Le Parisien merci à Mr Marsal

- Centre social des Trois villes 10 salariés viréslire Nord Eclair merci à Mr Labranche

- CML Mines jette à la rue 100 mineurslire The Spectrum merci à (pj)

- Coal River energy vire d’un coup 130 mineurslire State Journal merci à (pj)

- Conté de Cumbria 1800 fonctionnaires régionaux viréslire BBC merci à Mr Labranche

- Electrolux cette fois la société veut fermer l’usine de Glaris, 120 ouvriers à la portelire Romandie merci à Radio TPE

- France (usines) la France a perdu 558 usines !!!!! depuis 2009 merci aux banques – lire Creation Entreprise merci à Mr Labranche

- France (chômage) 51000 personnes de plus en septembre, donné le vendredi tard pendant les vacanceslire News360x merci à aux lecteurs

- France (surendettement) les Français toujours de plus en plus nombreux, reflet de la situation du pays – lire La Dépêche merci à Mr Labranche

- Homebase UK la chaîne de boutiques anglaise va en fermer 80, soit 25 % de l’ensemblelire The Telegraph merci à Mr ballerand

- Hopîtal dans le Sud Ouest 20 postes suprimés dans les mois à venir – lire Sud ouest merci à Mr Labranche

- Huyghebaert grossiste alimentaire belge à Anvers va virer 100 personneslire Sud Info merci à Mr Labranche

- Jacob mode féminine au Canada ferme toutes ses boutiques également – lire La Presse merci à aux lecteurs

- JCB le célèbre constructeur de leveuses et autres grosses machines BTP vire 150 ouvrierslire The sentinel merci à Mr Labranche

- JDM voitures sans permis pas de repreneur, 32 salariés chez Paul Emploi
lire Challenges merci à Mr Labranche

- John Deere encore des licenciements chez JD, cette fois 450 personnes en raison du manque de clientslire Kwwl.com merci à DJC

- Kimberly Clark le labo vire 1100 personnes !!! c’est la société qui vend les marques Colgate, Kleenex et Huggies – lire Le Matin merci à Marianne

- Lainé à Caen la société sera sans doute liquidée et 85 personnes à Paul Emploilire Ouest france merci à Mr Goosens

- Lakeside Foods Environ 75 salariés licenciéslire kaal.tv merci à DJC

- Milonga musique a été liquidé, fin d’une aventure 165 personnes chez Paul Emploilire La provence merci à Mr Goosens

- Legacy Publishing a décidé de licencier 50 % de son personnel !!! soit 50 personnes environlire Wcsh6 merci à DJC

- Lloyds Bank va se séparer de 9000 banquiers de plus !!!! – lire BBC merci à (pj)

- Lufthansa vend son service informatique avec 1500 ingénieurs à IBM… des licenciements inévitables – lire Les Echos merci à Indiana

- TV6 la chaîne ferme au 31 dec 2014lire Ozap merci à mr Rorhrbacher

- Stylia TV la chaîne ferme au 31 dec 2014lire Ozap merci à mr Rorhrbacher

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