6 comments on “USA is Embarrassing Itself with Policy Makers’ Hidden Agenda…
  1. RonMamita says:

    Cheerleader for the Most Hated Government In The World?

    Posted 25 Oct 2014
    “Europeans went in May to the polls to vote for their representatives to the European Parliament. The results were surprising, as parties in the far right and skeptics of the European Union grew in popularity, picking up seats in the political organization. If anything, the vote was a testament to how unhappy people were with the status quo.

    In many countries, lawmakers and their governments are quite unpopular. U.S. President Barack Obama’s approval rating sank to 42% in October from over 65% when he was elected into office, according to Gallup…

    In an interview with 24/7 Wall St., Ambassador Stuart Holliday, president and CEO of the Meridian International Center, a global leadership center based in Washington D.C., said that people’s perception of their own economic future plays a major role in approval ratings.”* The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

    *Read more here from Alexander E.M. Hess and Thomas C Frohlich / 24/7 Wall Street:


    Michael Snyder: Deflation then Inflation Through the Roof

    Posted 21 Oct 2014
    What do you look out for as a warning sign of the next calamity? Michael Snyder of TheEconomicCollapseblog.com says, “When there is a financial crisis, all of a sudden, banks don’t want to lend. They don’t want to lend to each other, and they don’t want to lend to anyone else. Credit freezes up, and our financial system is based on debt and the flow of money from the banks lending it to the rest of us. I believe we will have a brief period of deflation before the response by the Federal Reserve and the federal government, where we are going to then have tremendous inflation through the roof.”

    How can this be fixed? It can’t be fixed without killing the economy, as Snyder explains, “A lot of people say I hate the banks. Let the banks fail. This is kind of like a patient with a very advanced stage of cancer. That’s what our economy is like. We are so tied into these banks. If you try to kill the advanced cancer, you are probably going to kill the patient as well. If you try to kill the banks, our economy is going to die as well.”

    Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Michael Snyder, founder of TheEconomicCollapseblog.com.


  2. The US has no money to invest in infrastructure such as railroad – we already have mountains of borrowed money going into a decades long war (most of it at least – a lot’s being siphoned off by military contractors) aimed at converting the Middle East and North Africa into a permanent US colony.


    • RonMamita says:

      They have made a policy decision, they could have spent funds on civilian infrastructure projects that advanced living enjoyment with full employment and housing.
      Russia & China has embraced that civilian infrastructure policy and should see increase employment.

      “China has the most extensive network of high-speed trains in the world as well as the highest number of passengers.” Russia And China Want To Build The Longest High-Speed Railway In The World… many jobs and advanced engineering skills will result.

      As I stated in the above post:
      “I gather that China has a great potential to advance fast transportation technology with their massive population able to generate a reliable market of demand to provide profits for investors.
      The U.S. is on a path to continue to export war, as the military industry is the primary infrastructure and it also protects monetary policy. That may mean another world war profiteering because of those narrow interests.”

      We must not comply with those warmongers. Their policies lead to destruction.


  3. RonMamita says:

    False Flag Weekly News

    Posted 30 Oct 2014


  4. RonMamita says:

    EurAsia New Silk Road

    Can China and Russia Squeeze Washington Out of Eurasia?



    …Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed that part of that “Chinese dream,” would be:

    a future network of Chinese-organized new Silk Roads that would create the equivalent of a Trans-Asian Express for Eurasian commerce. So if Beijing, for instance, feels pressure from Washington and Tokyo on the naval front, part of its response is a two-pronged, trade-based advance across the Eurasian landmass, one prong via Siberia and the other through the Central Asian “stans.”

    In other words: let the US own the oceans, so they can use their king size navy to regulate whale traffic there, while China does business with Russia and Europe… over land. Exit global controller and thalassocratic power USA.

    Meanwhile, both Russia and China have lost interest in the West:

    Once upon a time not so long ago, Beijing’s leadership was flirting with the idea of rewriting the geopolitical/economic game side by side with the United States, while Putin’s Moscow hinted at the possibility of someday joining NATO. No longer. Today, the part of the West that both countries are interested in is a possible future Germany no longer dominated by American power and Washington’s wishes.

    Germany has more than half a century of intense economic cooperation with Russia, beginning with Willy Brandt’s Ostpolitik (1969), followed up with the Röhren-Erdgas-Geschäfte (1970), continued under Helmut Schmidt. In the Global South, Germany is therefore seen as the ‘sixth BRICS member’. German industry resists the current trend to isolate Germany from Russia, dictated by the US. German politics however remains attached to the Atlanticist position. China focuses on domestic development and still no global agenda, or so it seems. There is a military buildup, but not to levels where it could provoke the U.S.

    See Full Report: https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/eurasia-and-the-new-silk-road/


  5. RonMamita says:

    First direct China-Spain freight train arrives in Madrid
    by Staff Writers
    Madrid (AFP) Dec 09, 2014

    The first freight train to link China directly to Spain arrived in Madrid on Tuesday after covering over 13,000 kilometres (8,000 miles) in a test run of a planned regular service between the two nations.

    The train departed Yiwu in eastern China, a major wholesale centre for small consumer goods, on November 18 and passed through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France during its 21-day trip.

    The newly operational route is the longest railway route in the world, longer still than Russia’s famous Transsiberian railway linking Moscow to Vladivostok near Russia’s border with China.

    The journey time was over ten days shorter than if the goods transported by the train had been shipped by sea, Spain’s public works ministry said.

    The train’s 40 shipping containers transported goods made in Zhejiang province, including spinning tops for children and cutting tools. The train will return to China with wine, olive oil and cured ham.

    Speaking a ceremony in Madrid, Li Qiang, the governor of China’s Zhejiang province where Yiwu is located, said the route was important to “implement the strategy of developing a new ‘silk road'”.

    China has a regular direct freight train service to Germany, Europe’s largest economy.

    One route links the Chinese megacity of Chongqing to Duisburg, a steel-making town and one of Germany’s most-important transportation and commercial hubs.

    The other route links Beijing, the Chinese capital, to Hamburg, Germany’s second-largest city.

    The plan is to create a similar regular route between China and Spain, Spanish Public Works Minister Ana Pastor told reporters after the train arrived at a logistical centre near Madrid’s main railway station.

    The Spanish capital already is “a European and international distribution hub” with good links to both Africa and Latin America, she said.

    Euro Cargo Rail, a subsidiary of German freight operator DB Shenker Rail, is studying the possibility of starting a regular service between China and Spain during the first half of next year with two monthly trips.

    Roughly 80 percent of global trade is shipped by boat as freight train service faces several technical and bureaucratic hurdles which vary according to country.

    The goods on the train which arrived in Madrid for example had to be transferred to different wagons at three points during the trip because of incompatible track gauges in different countries.

    But rail transport is less expensive, more environmentally friendly and faster than maritime shipping, according to DB Shenker Rail.

    China is the European Union’s biggest source of imports, according to the European Commission.


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