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So the BOM has been deleting very low temperature measurements from its data sets. The global warming that has waffled on about for years has been completely fake. Let that sink in. You have been worshiping a false god and paying tribune to a false messenger of doom.
#datagate, get that trending.
Bill shortens latest (out of the blue) election promise is a plebiscite to create a republic and have an Australian head of state. Dam it would be funny if he got his wash and peopled voted in Pauline Hanson to be the president, who then hacked shortens communist head off.
So when authorities catch up with the male star of this video they will have the requisite evidence and admissions that the women involved attempted to kill him before (throwing a chisel and nail gun nails and his windscreen) and after ( attempting to run him over) the much publicized video clip section.
Never a more clear case of ‘Ex causa turpi’ if I ever saw one. If we ever meet this reluctant hero well give him the box of XXXX stubbies that Kevin Rudd still owes us.
A solid punch in the face; for when “please stop trying to kill me” is not really a sufficient reply to gain a change in disposition.
So if you think violence does not work, you’ll find its the first thing police will try to solve a problem.
Following the publication on from a short comical animated gif posted on reddit CNN embarked on an blackmail campaign against the creator of the gif, a child.
CNN has now stooped to criminal behavior to attempt to threaten the public into criticism of its fake new and fraud news activities.
This revelation of blackmail has created a Streisand effect.
CNN is has now dug a big hole for itself, a hole so a big a imaginary Russian hacker can’t even get them out of.
It really make you wonder what kind of person works at CNN, knowing that they are deceiving the public.
1 Claims of ill health
He will claim he is too ill to travel, he did this in the past to avoid going to Australia to testify for other church sex abuse cases.
2 No extradition
There is no extradition treaty with the Vatican City, which is a country in itself. So guilty or not, he can never be forced into a prison cell in Australia.
3 Massive funds
George Pell is the minister of economy in the Vatican City, he has at his hands a vast sum of wealth. Our ‘legal system’ is a run as a for profit business, so people who have money get favourable results regardless of what they have done.
4 Paedophiles at the top
The political and legal system here is filled with fellow paedophiles who will be all too keen for this to go away before people start scratching the surface too much.
5 Crooked cops
Victoria police is full with criminals of all stripes and will be told to collapse the case or else their crimes will get exposed. This is why police are so rarely charged with any crime, the police control the prosecution of themselves.
6 Courts can’t be criticised
The Victorian legal system is ruthless to critics.
Just last week several federal politicians were threatened with contempt of court if they did not retract their criticisms.
7 Hush money
George Pell set up the Australian Catholic church system of hush money, and now has a vast fortune at his hands to shut people up. It’s possibly why he was promoted to this position in the first place.
8 Decades of cover ups
It went on for so long because: Hush money, crooked cops, paedophiles in high places, people afraid to come forward and complain. Suicides along the way reduced the complainant numbers.
You’ll get a lynching if you demand it with burning torches and pitchforks.
Firstly before you start or spread a new hashtag , change your Facebook filter or some other inane pointless platitude, maybe consider a few things about the situation.
Finsbury mosque actually celebrated the 9/11 terror attack and was the breeding ground of several high profile terrorists.
So quickly this incident was called a terror attack. When muslim terrorists committed attacks recently in England the media was looking for any other term to describe the event.
The man allegedly responsible for the incident was held on the ground and kicked in the head, this is contrary to claims of him being held without injury.
London is now clearly no longer a safe place, and until you can say why you think this is the case without punishment, you are not in a safe place either, as the place where you are in slowly turning into London.
If you mourn for Finsbury, you mourn for the supporters of terrorism, who have themselves just been terrorized.
Now even mainstream sources are ringing the alarm bells of an imminent massive economic crisis, with 1929 being an indicator of the scale of the coming events. You have less than 18 months, possibly less than 6 months. So if you think things are bad now, its only going to get worse.
Transcript of interview:
Legendary investor Jim Rogers sat down with Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget on this week’s episode of The Bottom Line. Rogers predicts a market crash in the next few years. One that he says will rival anything he has seen in his lifetime. Following is a transcript of the video.
Blodget: One of the things I’ve always admired about you as an investor is that you don’t talk about what should be. You figure out what is going to be and then, you do that. So what is going to be with respect to the stock market? What’s going to happen?
Rogers: I learned very early in my investing careers: I better not invest in what I want. I better invest in what’s happening in the world. Otherwise, I’ll be broke. Dead broke.Well, what’s going to happen is it’s going to continue. Some stocks in America are turning into a bubble. The bubble’s gonna come. Then it’s gonna collapse and you should be very worried. But Henry, this is good for you. Because someone has to report it. So you have job security. You’re a lucky soul.
Blodget: Well, yeah, TV ratings do seem to go up during crashes but then they completely disappear when everyone is obliterated, so no one is hoping for that. So when is this going to happen?
Rogers: Later this year or next.
Blodget: Later this year or next?
Rogers: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Write it down.
Blodget: And what will trigger it?
Rogers: Well, it’s interesting because these things always start where we’re not looking. In 2007, Iceland went broke. People said, ‘Iceland? Is that a country? They have a market?’ And then Ireland went broke. And then Bear Stearns went broke. And Lehman Brothers went broke. They spiral like that. Always happens where we’re not looking. I don’t know. It could be an American pension plan that goes broke and many of them are broke, as you know. It could be some country we’re not watching. It could be all sorts of things. It could be war. Unlikely to be war but it’s going to be something. When you’re watching Business Insider and you see, ‘That’s so interesting. I didn’t know that company could go broke.’ It goes broke. Send me an email and then I’ll start watching.
Blodget: And how big a crash could we be looking at?
Rogers: It’s going to be the worst in your lifetime.
Blodget: I’ve had some pretty big ones in my lifetime.
Rogers: It’s going to be the biggest in my lifetime and I’m older than you. No, it’s going to be serious stuff. We’ve had financial problems in America — let’s use America — every four to seven years, since the beginning of the republic. Well, it’s been over eight since the last one. This is the longest or second longest in recorded history, so it’s coming. And the next time it comes — you know, in 2008, we had a problem because of debt. Henry, the debt now — that debt is nothing compared to what’s happening now. In 2008, the Chinese had a lot of money saved for a rainy day. It started raining. They started spending the money. Now, even the Chinese have debt and the debt is much higher. The federal reserves, the central bank in America, the balance sheet is up over five times, since 2008. It’s going to be the worst in your lifetime, my lifetime too. Be worried.
Blodget: I am worried.
Rogers: Good. Good.
Blodget: Can anybody rescue us?
Rogers: They will try. What’s going to happen is they’re going to raise interest rates some more. Then when things start going really bad, people are going to call and say, ‘You must save me. It’s Western civilisation. It’s going to collapse.’ And the Fed, who is made up of bureaucrats and politicians, will say, ‘Well, we better do something.’ And they will try but it won’t work. It will cause some rallies but it won’t work this time.
Blodget: And we are in a situation where Western civilisation already seems to be possibly collapsing, even with the market going up all the time. Often when you do have a financial calamity, you get huge turmoil in the political system. What happens politically if that happens?
Rogers: Well, that’s why I moved to Asia. My children speak Mandarin because of what’s coming. You’re going to see governments fail. You’re going to see countries fail, this time around. Iceland failed last time. Other countries fail. You’re going to see more of that. You’re going to see parties disappear. You’re going to see institutions that hav e been around for a long time — Lehman Brothers had been around over 150 years. Gone. Not even a memory for most people. You’re going to see a lot more of that next around, whether it’s museums or hospitals or universities or financial firms.
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British Airways (BA) planned to outsource 80% of its IT workforce to Tata consulting services (TCS) a large indian IT outsourcing company by dubious use of UK work visas.
The following article is from February 26 2016 where IT staff voice their concern over the outsourcing plan.
Less than 18 months later BA It systems collapse and BA flights are cancelled around the world.
The CEO Alex Cruz refuses to step down and is actively trying to gag staff from laying blame where blame is due, the incompetent short sighted cost cutting management and the equally incompetent TCS.
So has anyone learned anything from this?
probably not, so lets recap.
Outsourcing does not save money it just reduces the talent level.
If outsourced employees were talented they would have emigrated, and been available as local staff.
Cutting cost on vital operations puts vital operations at risk of systemic, catastrophic failure.
Bad managers (and leaders) will always attempt to silence criticism rather than accept criticism.
In the 21st century IT is not an optional extra or luxury for most business, its a critical element, with many businesses unable to function with out it.