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Feminist/Anglo-Zionist Destruction of American Men Continues as Engineering/Manufacturing jobs flow to Communist China at Prince Charles Command,0,430061.story

Jim Rogers and the English Jerk!

must watch!!!


Agiprop AEP Slams China’s Housing Bubble as the Biggest Housing Bubble In England Rolls On

Murdoch’s shameful lie’: Paper’s former legal chief flays News Corp boss for trying to blame him and editor for phone hacking cover up


Hebrew Family to Build Versailles Palace for themselves in the USA

Slave trade money is probably building this one as well!!

Anglosaxon, Fake Paul McCartney, aka Lord Paul McCarthney MI6 Agent Guarded by 1400 Police in Columbia

The real Paul was a Celt, this one is an Anglosaxon-Hebrew. MI6 contracted the Beatles music out to an Italian professor of classical music working in England. The Beatles were and are satanists and it is all about the Hegemony of the vile Anglo-Zionist culture upon the world. I’ve covered this in past ZGRs. Who pays the bills for Lord Paul but the working class. I’m so sick of these satanic MI6/Mossad/CIA celebrities. The first Paul could sing and play the guitar and was left handed. This one is right handed!

And Gasp his new wife is an Ashkenazi Hebrew!! The Queen is so, so proud of that.


SS-Whoregate Expands!!

Why has the director not been fired?

In the latest allegations against President Barack Obama’s elite bodyguard, agents were said to have drank and paid for sexual favours in the VIP section of a strip club in March 2011, a full year before the most recent incident in Colombia.

A US government contractor said he told the agents it was a “really bad idea” to take the women back to their hotel rooms but they said not to worry because they “did this all the time”, a Seattle television station reported.

The contractor’s claims were corroborated by the strip club’s owner, who said agents “descended” on the club three nights in a row in the week ahead of a visit by Mr Obama to the Latin American country last year.

The owner also said that senior figures from the US Embassy and visiting FBI agents would frequent his business.

These newest claims undermine the agency’s insistence that the scandal in Colombia last month – which has so far claimed the careers of nine agents – was an isolated incident and not part of a broader culture….


As England implodes due to gold market rigging, oil rigging, derivative rigging (CDS), its real estate bubble, war and crime and opium dealing, AEP has to point out Europes Problems and gloat.

Lord Cameron’s Five Secret Meetings with British-Israelite Satanist Rupert Murdoch

Newscorp- MI6/Mossad Spy Operation and Propaganda Outfit. The Ying to the BBC’s Yang.


GG Misses

* Q1 Adjusted share $0.50 vs Wall St view of $0.54

* CEO says co can work around the issues faced at Red Lake

* Co to stand by its full-yr output, cost guidance for now

* Shares fall in trading after the bell

By Euan Rocha

TORONTO, April 25 (Reuters) – Canadian miner Goldcorp Inc reported a slim increase in its operating profit on Wednesday, as its most prolific mine was hit by operational problems that reduced output and offset most of the gains from a surge in bullion prices.

Vancouver-based Goldcorp said adverse ground conditions at the Red Lake mine in northern Ontario delayed the development of certain areas in the mine’s high-grade zone. That, together with lower grades in certain other areas of the mine, led to a slow start to 2012.

The issues led to an 18 percent drop in Goldcorp’s quarterly gold output and threw the miner’s full-year production forecast into question. Its shares were down more than 3.7 percent in after-hours trading on Wednesday.

“We were clearly a bit disappointed with the production performance, I feel like we left an opportunity on the table,” said Chief Executive Chuck Jeannes. “Overall I was happy that we saw increased earnings, increased revenues and increased cash flows quarter-on-quarter, but it could have been better.”

Jeannes said output has begun to pick-up at Red Lake, but the company is now conducting a review to see whether it can make up the first-quarter shortfall over the rest of the year.

“We can certainly work around the issues. We don’t have a concern about the long term future of Red Lake, but whether we can make up those ounces this year will be determined.”

Canada’s No. 2 gold miner said that for now it is sticking by its 2012 gold production forecast of 2.6 million ounces at total cash costs of $250 to $275 per ounce of gold on a by-product basis.

The company said it is analyzing whether the first-quarter setback at Red Lake will impact its overall 2012 production and cash costs.

Shares of Goldcorp fell $1.55 to $39.50 in trading after the closing bell on Wednesday in the United States.


Excluding an impairment charge related to certain equity investments and other one-time items, first-quarter earnings rose to $404 million, or 50 cents a share, from a year-earlier profit of $392 million, or 49 cents.

Analysts, on average, had forecast earnings of 54 cents a share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

Net earnings dropped to $479 million, or 51 cents a share, from $651 million, or 81 cents, a year earlier.

The company sold 545,700 ounces of gold in the quarter on production of 524,700 ounces. That compared with sales of 627,300 ounces on production of 637,600 ounces in the same period last year.

Gold output at Red Lake fell to 114,200 ounces from 186,100 ounces. The output decline also hurt average production costs at the site, which rose to $523 an ounce from $322 an ounce, on a by-product basis.

On that basis, Goldcorp’s overall production costs in the quarter spiked to $251 an ounce from $188 an ounce.

Quarterly revenues rose to $1.35 billion from $1.22 billion, on the back of a 22 percent increase in the average realized gold price.

Jeannes said Goldcorp’s project development work is running on schedule, and the Pueblo Viejo project in the Dominican Republic is expected to begin initial production in mid 2012. The project is being developed in partnership with the world’s top gold miner, Barrick Gold.

Brazil Sex Worker to Sue USA over SS-Pigs!

What a creepy government run by the creepy English crown!! Or British-Israel throne as Prince Charles thinks of himself as King of the Anglo-Israeli world or Hebraics. This needs to come out of the SS Pension fund with a reduction in pay. Say how did they shoot JFK and Reagan if the SS is such a top flight organization? The ancient Romans said you can only kill the king if you can corrupt his body guards.  Yeah those fine boys in the SS, such wonderful guys. Just marvelous! They make me so proud to be part of the British-Israel Reichstag!!

Ex-Morgan Stanley Executive Pleads Guilty to Violating Anticorruption Laws

Election SOP to the voters. Gasp, another Anglo blueblood is a crook. There is a big surprise!!

U.S. Stocks Little Changed as Home Sales Offset Jobs Data

U.S. stocks were little changed as an increase in pending home sales offset pessimism triggered by disappointing jobless claims and earnings at Exxon (XOM) Mobil Corp. and United Parcel Service Inc.

PulteGroup Inc. (PHM) advanced 4.9 percent after the homebuilder posted a narrower loss. Chevron Corp. (CVX), the second-largest U.S. energy company, rallied 1.6 percent after boosting its dividend. Xilinx Inc. (XLNX) and Citrix Systems Inc. surged at least 6.1 percent, pacing gains in technology companies. UPS (UPS), a proxy for the economy, slumped 3.6 percent. Exxon lost 1.8 percent.

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rose less than 0.1 percent to 1,390.77 at 10:58 a.m. New York time. The benchmark measure had risen 1.7 percent in the past two days. Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 35.65 points, or 0.3 percent, to 13,126.27.

“There’s just uncertainty in terms of which way we’re going,” said Michelle Gibley, director of international research at San Francisco-based Charles Schwab Corp. Her firm has $1.83 trillion in client assets. “Growth in the U.S. is better than elsewhere, but we still have these periodic bouts of uncertainty from Europe. Things are better than they were, but not maybe as bullish as people were expecting. The earnings season has been good, but the bar was set low.”

The S&P 500 reversed earlier losses as the National Association of Realtors reported that pending home purchases rose 4.1 percent in March to the highest level since April 2010, tempering concern about the economy after an earlier government report showed jobless claims topped estimates last week.

Earnings Season

The data was released a day after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said he’s prepared to do more to stimulate growth. Investors also watched corporate earnings. Profits have topped forecasts at 75 percent of S&P 500 companies reporting since April 10. That’s down from 84 percent three days ago.

An S&P gauge of homebuilders climbed 2.6 percent. PulteGroup jumped 4.9 percent to $9.13. The largest U.S. homebuilder by revenue reported a narrower first-quarter loss as it reduced costs and sold houses at higher prices. PulteGroup, which has reported a loss in six of the last seven quarters, has been focused about cutting costs after the acquisition of Centex Corp. in August 2009.

Chevron rose 1.6 percent to $105.53. The second-largest U.S. energy company boosted its quarterly dividend to 90 cents a share from 81 cents.

Citrix Systems Inc. (CTXS) surged 9.6 percent to $84.57. The software maker forecast earnings in 2012 will be at least $2.75 a share, topping the average analyst estimate of $2.72.

Xilinx Gains

Xilinx Inc. gained 6.1 percent to $36.43. The maker of programmable chips used in mobile-phone base stations forecast sales this quarter that may beat some analysts’ estimates.

Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. (WPI) rose 5.7 percent to $73.69. The maker of the generic version of Lipitor cholesterol pills agreed to buy closely held drugmaker Actavis Group hf for 4.25 billion euros ($5.6 billion), expanding its reach in Europe and Asia.

UPS slumped 3.6 percent to $76.76. Package volume gains at UPS, an economic bellwether because it carries goods from mobile devices to pharmaceuticals, have slowed in recent quarters as Asian economic growth cools. Average revenue per piece stagnated as the company struggles to raise rates.

Rival FedEx Corp. (FDX), which operates the world’s biggest cargo airline, last month projected a profit range for this quarter whose low end trailed analysts’ estimates as the company pared its global growth forecast.

Exxon Declines

Exxon Mobil declined 1.8 percent to $85.28 after saying net income fell 11 percent as its biggest first-quarter production decline since 2008 countered oil prices above $100 a barrel. Chief Executive Officer Rex Tillerson has been looking for new projects to reverse production declines that reached 8.8 percent during the final three months of 2011, the steepest fall-off since Exxon acquired Mobil Corp. in 1999.

H&R Block Inc. tumbled 12 percent to $14.75 after the tax preparer announced preliminary profit and revenue that trailed estimates.

Dow Chemical Co. (DOW) slumped 3.4 percent to $34.87. The largest U.S. chemical company by revenue said sales dropped to $14.72 billion from $14.73 billion, missing the $15.2 billion average of nine estimates.

Aetna (AET) Inc. plunged 10 percent to $44.35. The third-biggest health insurer by sales reported first-quarter profit that missed analyst estimates.

Akamai Technologies Inc. (AKAM) retreated 8.6 percent to 35.41. The company that helps businesses deliver data at faster speeds over the Internet said Chief Executive Officer Paul Sagan will leave by the end of 2013.

10 Percent

The S&P 500 may lose as much as 10 percent from current levels given the market’s tendency to give back some gains after a “strong” rally, according to Bank of America Corp.’s Mary Ann Bartels.

The benchmark measure of U.S. equities jumped 29 percent between Oct. 3 and April 2, when it closed at 1,419.04. The index has since declined to 1,390.69. Bartels said in an April 24 note that one-third to one-half of the six-month advance could be lost, pushing the index down to 1,250 or 1,300. The report came out before the S&P 500 surged 1.4 percent yesterday.

“We’re in a correction,” Bartels, the New York-based head of technical and market analysis at Bank of America, said in a phone interview yesterday. “We’re starting to get sell signals on our intermediate indicators.”

Industries such as consumer staples, telecommunications and utilities have fallen too much as investors favor more “defensive” industries, Bartels said. Stocks driven by the economy, including materials, energy and industrial shares, have fallen out of favor, pointing to a potential “deeper pullback” for the U.S. equity market, she said.

“The market is still staying away from commodity-sensitive cyclicals,” Bartels said. “As long as that continues, that means the market is more likely to go down.”

Walmart, aka Anglo-Zionist Mart, aka Chinamart Hushed up Massive Mexican Bribery Crimes


Brazil’s All-In Bet on Amazon Dams Jeopardizes Economic Growth

Jose Carlos Arara puts a tarnished 38-caliber revolver into his waistband. It’s a sweltering, mid- November morning in the Brazilian Amazon rain forest, and the 31-year-old Indian chief walks through the jungle to check on his tribe’s yuca crop.

Assassins are hunting Arara, police say, because he opposes plans to build the world’s third-largest hydroelectric dam across the Xingu River, 2,300 kilometers north of Sao Paulo. The Xingu flows halfway across the country from Brazil’s western grain belt to the heart of the Amazon, and the 116 members of his tribe, the Araras, depend on the river for fishing, transport and drinking water….


Farmers Foil Utilities Using Cell Phones to Access Solar-Power to The People

Cameron Braces for U.K. Confidence Shock on Recession Return

Fed Rejects New Action

10 Questions for Tiny Tim!!

Must watch! What a LIAR!!

Natural Gas to Climb as Goldman Sees Output Cuts: Energy

U.S. natural gas for delivery this fall is trading at a record premium, signaling the fuel may be poised to rebound from its worst quarter in two years because of production cuts and rising demand from power plants.

Gas futures for delivery in October traded at an all-time high of 48.1 cents per million British thermal units above the May contract on April 11, when prices dropped below $2 per million British thermal units for the first time since 2002. The spread was 19.7 cents on Jan. 30. Near-month gas may rebound to $4 “relatively quickly,” Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said in an April 24 report….

Bernanke Takes On Krugman’s Criticism Ignoring Own Advice

Talking Hebrew Heads!! Watch M3 although I expect that the Feds monetary aggregates are lies these days. So watch gold…oh they rig that down! Okay watch the price of your kids college education increase yearly and your doctor bill. It now costs $500 to see a VET in california or the WASP and Hebrews know I am a dumb goy.


Worker Confidence Tanks

Consumer confidence in the U.S. dropped last week by the most in more than a year as perceptions of personal finances and the buying climate dimmed.

The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort Index fell to minus 35.8 in the period to April 22 from minus 31.4 the previous week, the biggest decline since March 2011. A gauge of the buying climate decreased to a two-month low, and a measure of household financial wherewithal fell by the most since September….

High Court Skeptical of Obama’s Use of Power as Campaign Starts

Note Condescending Evil WASP professors Barbara Perry’s comment…and stupid comment, very few people go to the ‘beach’ each summer compared to the 340 million that live here. WASPs are a small minority but are the dopplegangers of thought control.

President Barack Obama faces the specter of twin setbacks at the U.S. Supreme Court in the middle of his re-election campaign with justices questioning his assertion of federal power on both health care and immigration.

U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, the president’s top courtroom lawyer, met resistance across ideological lines yesterday as he called on the court to strike down Arizona’s crackdown on illegal immigrants. Even Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the court’s only Hispanic and an Obama appointee, told Verrilli his argument is “not selling very well.”

Coupled with last month’s argument over Obama’s health-care overhaul, the session raised the possibility of a one-two punch hitting the president in June, when the court might invalidate his signature domestic achievement and uphold the core of the Arizona law his administration went to court to stop.

June may be the “cruelest month” for Obama, said Barbara Perry, a presidential and Supreme Court scholar at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center. “His hope has to be that if both of these huge cases go against him, Americans will be at the beach and won’t be paying attention, but I don’t think he will be that lucky.”…

Arizona’s Immigration Crackdown Gets Support at Top Court

U.S. Supreme Court justices spanning the ideological divide signaled they were prepared to uphold the core of Arizona’s trailblazing crackdown on illegal immigrants in what would be a blow to President Barack Obama.

Both Republican and Democratic appointees, hearing arguments today in Washington in a case with ramifications for this year’s elections and for laws across the country, aimed skeptical questions at U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli as he argued that the measure would lead to the harassment of U.S. citizens and legal residents…

Bernanke Says ‘Prepared to Do More’ as Policy Unchanged

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said the central bank stands ready to add to its stimulus if necessary even after leaving its policy unchanged today and upgrading its view of the economy for this year.

“We remain prepared to do more as needed to make sure that this recovery continues and that inflation stays close to target,” he said at a press conference today following a meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee in Washington. Additional bond-buying is still “very much on the table.”….

Inflation Goal

Bernanke rejected suggestions that the Fed should allow inflation to rise above its 2 percent goal in order to stimulate growth, saying such a move would undercut the Fed’s credibility.

“To risk that asset for what I think would be quite tentative and perhaps doubtful gains on the real side would be unwise to do,” the Fed chairman said. It would be “very reckless” to “actively seek a higher inflation rate in order to achieve a slightly” faster reduction in unemployment.

The central bank said it would continue its swap of $400 billion of short-term debt with long-term debt to lengthen the average maturity of its holdings, a move dubbed Operation Twist. The Fed is scheduled to complete the program at the end of June. The Fed also didn’t alter its policy of reinvesting its portfolio of maturing housing debt into agency mortgage-backed securities….

Housing Declared Bottoming in U.S. After Six-Year Slump

Moody’ there is a source to trust!!

The U.S. housing market is showing more signs of stabilization as price declines ease and home demand improves, spurring several economists to call a bottom to the worst real estate collapse since the 1930s.

“The crash is over,” Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody’s Analytics Inc. in West Chester, Pennsylvania, said in a telephone interview yesterday. “Home sales — both new and existing — and housing starts are now off the bottom.”

Data released yesterday showing better-than-estimated new- home sales and a slowdown in price declines are bolstering optimism that the market is poised for a sustainable recovery. Economists including Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ’s Chris Rupkey, Bank of America Corp.’s Michelle Meyer and Mark Fleming of CoreLogic Inc. are also predicting prices are close to a trough after a 35 percent slump from a July 2006 peak, even as the threat of more foreclosures loom to boost supply.

Values in 20 U.S. cities fell 3.5 percent in February, the smallest 12-month drop since February 2011, the S&P/Case-Shiller index showed yesterday. The Federal Housing Finance Agency’s home-price index, which measures properties with mortgages backed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac, had a 0.4 percent rise for the same period, according to a separate report.

New Home Sales

New homes sold at an annual pace of 328,000 in March, up 7.5 percent from a year earlier, the Commerce Department said. The median estimate in a Bloomberg News survey forecast a rate of 319,000. The pace of sales for February was revised upward to 353,000, a two-year high.

A report on consumer confidence yesterday showed the most important signal that housing can only go up, said Rupkey, chief financial economist for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi in New York. The Conference Board said its confidence index was at 69.2 in April, compared with a revised 69.5 in March. Beneath the headline number, an important indicator was that consumers said jobs are easier to find, Rupkey said.

“Today’s consumer confidence shows labor markets recovering and that confidence is going to allow consumers to go out and buy homes,” Rupkey said in a telephone interview yesterday….

Geithner Says Economy Faces Risk From Europe Crisis, Iran

Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner said the U.S. faces risks from the crisis in Europe while the confrontation with Iran has helped drive up oil prices.

“We still face some risks ahead,” Geithner said to the Portland City Club today. “We still live in a dangerous and uncertain world, with Europe confronting a severe and protracted crisis. The world is engaged in a critical struggle with Iran, which has added to upward pressure on oil prices.”

Geithner’s comments in Oregon come as Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said today that he remains prepared to do more to stimulate growth if needed. Federal Reserve policy makers said they expect growth to gradually accelerate, while refraining from new actions to lower borrowing costs.

Crude oil for June delivery rose 57 cents to $104.12 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, a one-week high. Prices have advanced 1.8 percent in the past four days, the longest rally since the period ended Feb. 24.

Geithner said the economy is “gradually getting stronger” while having a way to go to repair the damage of the financial crisis. He warned that at year-end, the economy will face a “fiscal cliff.”…..


USA Weekly 388 k

More Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, a sign that the labor market is taking time to improve.

Jobless claims fell by 1,000 to 388,000 in the week ended April 21 from a revised 389,000 the prior period that was the highest since early January, Labor Department figures showed today in Washington. The median forecast of 48 economists surveyed by Bloomberg News called for a drop to 375,000.

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