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Plagued with debt problems, the E.U. has apparently changed its name to the Eurozone.  

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, By any other name would smell as sweet.” 

Here Juliet tells Romeo that a name is an artificial and meaningless convention, and that she loves the person who is called “Montague”, not the Montague name and not the Montague family. Romeo, out of his passion for Juliet, rejects his family name and vows, as Juliet asks, to “deny (his) father” and instead be “new baptized” as Juliet’s lover. This one short line encapsulates the central struggle and tragedy of the play.
http://www.enotes.com/shakespeare-quotes/what-s-name-that-which-we-call-rose

No matter the name, The European Union, European Commission, E.U. or Eurozone, these countries are not playing for love, but for money and survival in the real world- far from Shakespeare’s time.

The flag looks like another spooky eyeball staring at you from The New World Order. There are 12 stars and 27 member states. Maybe it has to do with a clock having twelve positions, implying in time that there will only be 12 members in the future or that time will tell if the Eurozone survives.

More on the EU or Eurozone here at  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:European_Union and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eurozone.

Greenland is the only territory to have left the EU and it would appear, it was a smart move.

For all the implications  for the value of sterling and gilts of talks to form a British government, investors are this weekend probably more concerned about negotiations to stabilize the euro involving the European Central Bank and European government heads – as Jim O’Neill of Goldman Sachs pointed out on the Today Programme.

The big threat, not just to the health of the eurozone economy but to the world’s prosperity, is that Continental banks are finding it harder and more expensive to borrow for longer periods on wholesale markers.

That’s because their creditors are worried about their substantial loans to overstretched eurozone governments, through their respective holdings of assorted eurozone government bonds.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/robertpeston/2010/05/the_ecb_matters_more_than_cleg.html

In the midst of a financial disaster, we have a new flag.  Whip dee do.

On a rather sketchy legal basis, the leaders have told the European Commission to meet on Sunday and draw up plans for a “mechanism to preserve financial stability in Europe”.  The body that met today has no legal status, though Mr Sarkozy kept talking about “the council of the eurozone”, which I have never heard of before. When the European Commission has finished drafting proposals for this secret weapon on Sunday morning, it will be approved by the finance ministers of the EU’s 27 member countries on Sunday afternoon, and the new mechanism will be in force on Monday morning, in time for market opening, Mr Sarkozy said.  http://www.economist.com/blogs/charlemagne/2010/05/euro_crisis_0

Funny thing is, President Nicolas Sarkozy is not in anyway a leader of this group.  Ahh the limelight. 

The only other name change I can recall for a group of member states is when President Bush and subsequently President Obama, refer to the U.S. as The Homeland. 

The Homeland term is derived from and equivalent to the German Nazi term “der Fatherland”. Der Fatherland was used by Hitler to impassion Germans with patriotism, diverting their attention from laws, legislation and programs authorizing genocide and ethnic cleansing. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=homeland.

Does the Patriot Act ring any bells in diverting law?

North American Union Logo

When the North American Union Logo shows up on a Flag in America you’ll know we are destined to see the end of U.S. Currency and sovereignty.  It sounds just like what has happened to the countries of the Eurozone.

HT to  http://www.waykiwayki.com/2010/05/just-quickie-as-im-pretty-busy.html

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“The scale of this crisis is now greater than 9/11 when US air space was closed for three days. In lost revenue alone, this is costing the industry at least $200 million a day. On top of that, airlines face added costs of extra fuel for re-routing and passenger care – hotel, food and telephone calls.”  said Giovanni Bisignani, IATA’s director general and CEO. 

You can read the rest of Bisignani complaints here http://aviationblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2010/04/european-union-conferring-on-w.html.

You sir, are a jackass. 

Inconvenience caused by a volcanic ash, is not a target terrorist attack.

No one knows with 100% of accuracy if a plane will be impacted by ash depending on its flight path or elevations.  If one falls from the sky due to a rush to judgement, I guess he will know.

Maybe he is tired of looking at the mostly clear skies? Maybe the conspiracy of an invisible cloud has passed?  Maybe the reports by NATO’s F-16’s showing engine damage aren’t enough to convince him to wait a few days? Maybe he’s just ignorant?

I know with 100% accuracy that the nearly 4,000 or so people who lost their lives on September 11, would love to be stuck sitting alive somewhere waiting for a ride home.  Maybe Bisignani doesn’t know anyone on the list who died?  Did you?http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/memorial/lists/by-name/index.html

That one day changed forever how the world looks at everything from airport security to terrorism.  It took civil liberties away in the name of safety so much so, that many of the U.S. airports now require an X-ray of your body, let alone your luggage. 

To make a comparison to the quiet skies on the days following 9/11 is one thing.  To compare financial devastation and inconvenience in an effort to mitigate a solution, is absurd.

Just whose fault is it that there was no emergency volcano ash plan in place?  Giovanni Bisignani, IATA’s director general and CEO, that’s who.

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$700 Billion, have we totally lost our minds?  Where is free market correction when you need it most?  $700 billion is something around a third of our federal budget.  The US Dollar Index- USDX currency markets have the dollar value on a spirling downwards tick.  If the fed raises rates the already fragile real estate market could collapse and if it lowers rates the dollar could collapse.  Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

Oil prices and other goods and services costs have to go up to counteract the decrease in the dollar value-INFLATION.  The US debt is well into the TRILLIONS with us owing China a huge chunk.  China instead of sitting on the dollars when they sell stuff, buys American interest bearing Treasury Bills and Treasury bonds.  Should Congress order the Fed to buy the debt back?  Everyone likes a Sale!  Money on sale, money on sale!  The buy back could be at a discounted rate but then it would further erode the value and increase the debt.  That won’t work and in the real world, sale items can not be returned with out a receipt. 

Oooooopps, –, the Fed isn’t owned  by the American people now is it?  http://www.federalreserve.gov/generalinfo/faq/faqfrs.htm  It is owned by bankers.  

 

  • Lazard Brothers Bank of Paris
  • Israel Moses Sieff Banks of Italy
  • Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam
  • Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York
  • Lehman Brothers Bank of New York
  • Goldman Sachs Bank of New York
  • Chase Manhattan Bank of New York (the Rockafellers)
  • Rothchild’s Bank of London & Berlin

It seems the Fed may have created more problems than it was supposed to prevent. Yikes, the money supply is increasing and the value decreasing.   Let’s print more money!  As for the SEC- jeeze oh weeze Louise, what happened to enforcing the laws on the books?  Could it be that when WTC 7 burned in NYC on 9-11 it took with how investment banks may have operated to split up top shares of initial public offerings when the high tech boom was occurring and other hints of information that might have fortold of this economic panic?  

 “Sovereign nations that cannot meet their financial obligations typically resort to the currency printing press. The inevitable result is debasement of the currency. This is the course the U.S. government and the Federal Reserve have taken. The unfolding bank solvency crisis and the attempts to prevent a systemic collapse have accelerated the debasement of the dollar. Its purchasing power is falling rapidly, and soon foreign investment in the dollar will also begin falling. When substantial foreign investment starts to flee the currency for safety elsewhere, the Federal Reserve will be forced to monetize the U.S. debt instead of selling treasury.” bonds.”  http://dinapharm.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=101 {this link sells survival crap but offered a consise statement }

What it all boils down to is the printing of more and more money with little value.  How to increase the value?  That’s the billion/trillion dollar question.  Hey, remember the idea of the AMERO?  Let’s introduce a new currency to solve some problems.  Ironically, unsubstantiated rumors on the net are “circulating in the Kremlin today states that the US Secretary of the Treasury has informed the China Development Bankthat the US has shipped $800 Billion of a new currency called the Amero, which is to be based upon the merging of the economies of The United States, Mexico and Canada into what is termed as The North American Union.  The current American debt obligation to China, currently based on the US Dollar, is now estimated to be the staggering sum of $2.5 Trillion, and which this new Amero will be exchanged for $400 Billion of this debt as the current American currency is set to be devalued by 50 percent before the end of the year.”  http://www.nworeport.com/ussends.htm   WHAT?  Okay, cite the source, but holy crap batman!

Maybe its all another case of shock and awe and to paraphrase author Naomi Klein, a “Rise of Disaster Capitalism,” providing exciting market opportunities in the wake of our financial crisis.   I’ve been to both countries and live in the US and since the people are all so nice everywhere, we could integrate Canada, USA, and Mexico into a North American Union to compete?  Good as reason as any.  All those troops serving a Brigade Homeland Tour, now on active duty, won’t have to worry about the borders any more.  We’ll be border-less just like the European Union.  We’ll all just be friends and get along splendidly.  The military will have more time to concentrate on countering terrorist threats just like they have participated by interdicting drugs and illegal aliens for decades.  I wonder if the Blackwater guys will mind being paid in the Amero?

Is is a major inconvenience to exchange currency at the border, problem solved with the AMERO!  The Europeans have done it with the EU, and supposidly The African Union Group of Eminent Persons has a plan to introduce a bank of all African currency by 2010, named Gold Mandela.  Why not the USA? 

President Bush has already hinted at this over the years and historically there is key legislation already in place- starting with NAFTA.  Mexican and Canadian trucks zip on thru US soil in the fast track with the Trusted Traveller Program. http://www.dhs.gov/xtrvlsec/crossingborders/  What’s another Executive Order?  Between the Military Commissions Act 2006, and the John Warner Defense Approprates Act 2007, and a list of Civil Disturbance Statues our President may have no problems convincing us that a North American Union is the way to achieve economic stability.  We’re already in a State of Emergency, let alone fighting the War on Poverty, the War on Drugs, the War on Terrorism, the Wars on Whatever.  Will the tax-paying citizens have run out of money and energy to fight a War against a NEU or Amero? 

The things is, that if we abandon monetary nationalism –the almighty dollar, and move towards adapting to regional currencies, we could be going down a path to one world currency and globalization.  Is that bad?  A New World Order, ring a bell?  ding, ding, ding. 

Label it what you wish– from A New World Order, to World Law, Global Democracy, Internationalism, A New Economic Order, Global Free Trade, or the International Monetary System.  Throw in the mix phrases like Global Citizenship, Global Warming, Unity in Diversity, Inter Faith-ism and Solidary and all reflect a big shift in who holds economic power.  It’s like a Star Trek episode, we come from the Federation of Earth.  Things like a $700 billion dollar bail out (or rescue- if you prefer the term) is going to reshape America. 

For the better, I pray.  

I question whether conspiracy is a foot, but damn I sure don’t want the shoe to fit.

Ahrcanum.

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