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Evreu-rus din Rusia (...@yahoo.com, IP: 89.47.58...)
2008-12-29 23:05
US Economy: From Bad to Worse

The food, oil and mortgage crisis were generated and exploded having the fiscal superdeficits as background. These were provoked mostly by the giant sums destined to military spending, budget that grew constantly during the eight years of the Bush administration, leaving debts for one trillion dollars in 2009 and 2010.

That is only public debt, because that of the whole nation was blown to 10 trillion dollars in 2008, from the 5.7 trillions in 2000, when G.W. Bush started his administration.

The outgoing president, however, received a balanced budget with superavit from William Clinton in the year 2000. The last Bush budget, that for fiscal year 2009, sums 3.1 trillion dollars, a third of which will be spent in the military sector and produce a preliminary deficit of 407.4 billion dollars, similar to that of FY 2008 when it reached 413 billion dollars.

The cha�n of budget deficits left by Bush together with the growth of already enormous military expenditures, has contributed to the financial crisis, adding to other sectors in crisis already mentioned.

All this has created an ideal environment for the development of a recession in all the nacional economy.

The International Labor Organization (ILO) dared to predict last October 20 that the economic woes on sight will have serious impact on unemployment worldwide that could reach 20 million persons over the next 12 months, increasing that indicator from 190 million at the end of 2007 to 210 million next year.

In the first quarter of 2008, the US economy grew 0.9 percent, 2.8 in the second and the third quarter dropped to a meager 1.9 percent, according to some sources, while other say it was only of 0.3 percent, that is, virtually stagnant.

They also add that domestic sales dropped by 1.8 percent, the biggest collapse in 17 years, while available net income of US citizens was reduced by 8.7 percent, the lowest since 1947, that is, 61 years ago.

One of the most significant indicators of the current crisis is unemployment. According to figures of the Department of Labor, published on November 7, during 2008 a total 1.2 million workplaces have been eliminated and companies cut only in October 240 thousand jobs, a reduction in payrolls for ten consecutive months.

The unemployment rate reached 6.5 percent in October, the highest in 14 years. Its level exceeds the 6.3 percent rate registered in the last recession of 2001.

The Department of Labor reporte don November 8 that the total of North Americans without a job was 10.1 million, the highest in 25 years, of which only 3.9 million were receiving unemployment benefits.


The immediate future is bleak. One hundred to 200 banks could collapse next year and the housing market will take from two to three years to recover, predicted Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economy, in statements to Reuters last September 10.

The number of banks with problems was already of 117 in the second quarter this year, reported the Deposit Guarantee Corporation.

On September 14, the European Central Bank reported it had loaned private banks 30 billion Euros, but it was not enough to transmit confidence to investors. That same day the Bank of England injected another 5 billion Pounds Sterling (6.3 billion Euros or 9 billion dollars) into short-term markets.

In another attempt to stop the fall in the stock and financial markets, 10 banks, including the Bank of America, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, UBS, created an emergency fund for a total of 70 billion dollars.

It is early to evaluate these efforts to inject liquidity into markets and into financial companies that crumble under the massive weight of bad debts.

In November, 2008, the United Kingdom and Germany declared having entered in a recession of their economies. Spain could be in the same situation and 2009 seems to be a year when world economy will suffer the greatest brake-slamming since the depression from 1929 to 1933.

In his speeches, George W. Bush insists on the strength of the US economy and sticks to the technicality that there have not been two or three consecutive quarters of negative growth in the US economy, to declare the state of recession.

The fact that the man is stubborn and thinks he can still say farewell with an elegant gesture of optimism cannot be discarded, foundless as his reasoning may be.

The truth is the comprehensive crisis in several sectors, real estate, bank credit, fiscal indebtedness, energy, increase in food prices, loss of jobs are giving way to a confidence and uncertainty crisis in the policy followed.

Citizens claim for change, as shown by election results. Other pending tasks also passed on to him like the disastrous unfinished wars in Iraq and Afganist�n, the increasing loss of competitiveness of nacional industry, the migration problem, inaction before global warming, the lack of universal medical insurance coverage.

However, few analysts say that to repair the damage caused will not be easy and takes time. Meanwhile, they warn that the crisis may still not have touched bottom and things may yet get worse before starting to look up.

http://www.ahora.cu/english/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=856&Itemid=33

alwis46 (...@yahoo.com, IP: 86.121.236...)
2008-12-30 01:32
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse

Ai ajuns de rasul curcilor daca nu nu ai gasit decat o gazeta cubaneza din care sa citezi.
Ce naiba bai muscalule, altceva nu gaseai ?
P-asta cu criza rusa n-ai bagat-o, e nasoala rau, n-asha !?
Na, e de la rusi, oficiala.
http://en.rian.ru/russia/20081229/119220817.html

UIte, pana si rubla are crestere negativa.
Chestia cu cresterea negativa ii apartine lui Putin.
http://en.rian.ru/business/20081229/119210803.html

Vad ca Rusia sta bine si la inflatie, e undeva spre 14%...desi tinta era doar de 11%.
http://en.rian.ru/business/20081227/119198757.html

Din cate scrie agentia asta rusa, stati bine si cu bugetul :
http://en.rian.ru/business/20081227/119197315.html

Pai e un adevarat rai in Rusia nenica, n-asha ?


La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:

> The food, oil and mortgage crisis were generated and exploded having
> the fiscal superdeficits as background. These were provoked mostly by
> the giant sums destined to military spending, budget that grew
> constantly during the eight years of the Bush administration, leaving
> debts for one trillion dollars in 2009 and 2010.
>
> That is only public debt, because that of the whole nation was blown
> to 10 trillion dollars in 2008, from the 5.7 trillions in 2000, when
> G.W. Bush started his administration.
>
> The outgoing president, however, received a balanced budget with
> superavit from William Clinton in the year 2000. The last Bush
> budget, that for fiscal year 2009, sums 3.1 trillion dollars, a third
> of which will be spent in the military sector and produce a
> preliminary deficit of 407.4 billion dollars, similar to that of FY
> 2008 when it reached 413 billion dollars.
>
> The chan of budget deficits left by Bush together with the growth of
> already enormous military expenditures, has contributed to the
> financial crisis, adding to other sectors in crisis already
> mentioned.
>
> All this has created an ideal environment for the development of a
> recession in all the nacional economy.
>
> The International Labor Organization (ILO) dared to predict last
> October 20 that the economic woes on sight will have serious impact
> on unemployment worldwide that could reach 20 million persons over
> the next 12 months, increasing that indicator from 190 million at the
> end of 2007 to 210 million next year.
>
> In the first quarter of 2008, the US economy grew 0.9 percent, 2.8 in
> the second and the third quarter dropped to a meager 1.9 percent,
> according to some sources, while other say it was only of 0.3
> percent, that is, virtually stagnant.
>
> They also add that domestic sales dropped by 1.8 percent, the biggest
> collapse in 17 years, while available net income of US citizens was
> reduced by 8.7 percent, the lowest since 1947, that is, 61 years
> ago.
>
> One of the most significant indicators of the current crisis is
> unemployment. According to figures of the Department of Labor,
> published on November 7, during 2008 a total 1.2 million workplaces
> have been eliminated and companies cut only in October 240 thousand
> jobs, a reduction in payrolls for ten consecutive months.
>
> The unemployment rate reached 6.5 percent in October, the highest in
> 14 years. Its level exceeds the 6.3 percent rate registered in the
> last recession of 2001.
>
> The Department of Labor reporte don November 8 that the total of North
> Americans without a job was 10.1 million, the highest in 25 years, of
> which only 3.9 million were receiving unemployment benefits.
>
>
> The immediate future is bleak. One hundred to 200 banks could collapse
> next year and the housing market will take from two to three years to
> recover, predicted Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economy, in
> statements to Reuters last September 10.
>
> The number of banks with problems was already of 117 in the second
> quarter this year, reported the Deposit Guarantee Corporation.
>
> On September 14, the European Central Bank reported it had loaned
> private banks 30 billion Euros, but it was not enough to transmit
> confidence to investors. That same day the Bank of England injected
> another 5 billion Pounds Sterling (6.3 billion Euros or 9 billion
> dollars) into short-term markets.
>
> In another attempt to stop the fall in the stock and financial
> markets, 10 banks, including the Bank of America, Barclays, Deutsche
> Bank, UBS, created an emergency fund for a total of 70 billion
> dollars.
>
> It is early to evaluate these efforts to inject liquidity into markets
> and into financial companies that crumble under the massive weight of
> bad debts.
>
> In November, 2008, the United Kingdom and Germany declared having
> entered in a recession of their economies. Spain could be in the same
> situation and 2009 seems to be a year when world economy will suffer
> the greatest brake-slamming since the depression from 1929 to 1933.
>
> In his speeches, George W. Bush insists on the strength of the US
> economy and sticks to the technicality that there have not been two
> or three consecutive quarters of negative growth in the US economy,
> to declare the state of recession.
>
> The fact that the man is stubborn and thinks he can still say farewell
> with an elegant gesture of optimism cannot be discarded, foundless as
> his reasoning may be.
>
> The truth is the comprehensive crisis in several sectors, real estate,
> bank credit, fiscal indebtedness, energy, increase in food prices,
> loss of jobs are giving way to a confidence and uncertainty crisis in
> the policy followed.
>
> Citizens claim for change, as shown by election results. Other pending
> tasks also passed on to him like the disastrous unfinished wars in
> Iraq and Afganistn, the increasing loss of competitiveness of
> nacional industry, the migration problem, inaction before global
> warming, the lack of universal medical insurance coverage.
>
> However, few analysts say that to repair the damage caused will not be
> easy and takes time. Meanwhile, they warn that the crisis may still
> not have touched bottom and things may yet get worse before starting
> to look up.
>
> http://www.ahora.cu/english/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=856&Itemid=33
>

contraevreu-rus (...@aol.com, IP: 208.104.167...)
2008-12-30 02:25
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse


Ce probleme ai tu,leul in Romania unde traiesti tu nu e legat de rubla .


La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:

> The food, oil and mortgage crisis were generated and exploded having
> the fiscal superdeficits as background. These were provoked mostly by
> the giant sums destined to military spending, budget that grew
> constantly during the eight years of the Bush administration, leaving
> debts for one trillion dollars in 2009 and 2010.
>
> That is only public debt, because that of the whole nation was blown
> to 10 trillion dollars in 2008, from the 5.7 trillions in 2000, when
> G.W. Bush started his administration.
>
> The outgoing president, however, received a balanced budget with
> superavit from William Clinton in the year 2000. The last Bush
> budget, that for fiscal year 2009, sums 3.1 trillion dollars, a third
> of which will be spent in the military sector and produce a
> preliminary deficit of 407.4 billion dollars, similar to that of FY
> 2008 when it reached 413 billion dollars.
>
> The chan of budget deficits left by Bush together with the growth of
> already enormous military expenditures, has contributed to the
> financial crisis, adding to other sectors in crisis already
> mentioned.
>
> All this has created an ideal environment for the development of a
> recession in all the nacional economy.
>
> The International Labor Organization (ILO) dared to predict last
> October 20 that the economic woes on sight will have serious impact
> on unemployment worldwide that could reach 20 million persons over
> the next 12 months, increasing that indicator from 190 million at the
> end of 2007 to 210 million next year.
>
> In the first quarter of 2008, the US economy grew 0.9 percent, 2.8 in
> the second and the third quarter dropped to a meager 1.9 percent,
> according to some sources, while other say it was only of 0.3
> percent, that is, virtually stagnant.
>
> They also add that domestic sales dropped by 1.8 percent, the biggest
> collapse in 17 years, while available net income of US citizens was
> reduced by 8.7 percent, the lowest since 1947, that is, 61 years
> ago.
>
> One of the most significant indicators of the current crisis is
> unemployment. According to figures of the Department of Labor,
> published on November 7, during 2008 a total 1.2 million workplaces
> have been eliminated and companies cut only in October 240 thousand
> jobs, a reduction in payrolls for ten consecutive months.
>
> The unemployment rate reached 6.5 percent in October, the highest in
> 14 years. Its level exceeds the 6.3 percent rate registered in the
> last recession of 2001.
>
> The Department of Labor reporte don November 8 that the total of North
> Americans without a job was 10.1 million, the highest in 25 years, of
> which only 3.9 million were receiving unemployment benefits.
>
>
> The immediate future is bleak. One hundred to 200 banks could collapse
> next year and the housing market will take from two to three years to
> recover, predicted Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economy, in
> statements to Reuters last September 10.
>
> The number of banks with problems was already of 117 in the second
> quarter this year, reported the Deposit Guarantee Corporation.
>
> On September 14, the European Central Bank reported it had loaned
> private banks 30 billion Euros, but it was not enough to transmit
> confidence to investors. That same day the Bank of England injected
> another 5 billion Pounds Sterling (6.3 billion Euros or 9 billion
> dollars) into short-term markets.
>
> In another attempt to stop the fall in the stock and financial
> markets, 10 banks, including the Bank of America, Barclays, Deutsche
> Bank, UBS, created an emergency fund for a total of 70 billion
> dollars.
>
> It is early to evaluate these efforts to inject liquidity into markets
> and into financial companies that crumble under the massive weight of
> bad debts.
>
> In November, 2008, the United Kingdom and Germany declared having
> entered in a recession of their economies. Spain could be in the same
> situation and 2009 seems to be a year when world economy will suffer
> the greatest brake-slamming since the depression from 1929 to 1933.
>
> In his speeches, George W. Bush insists on the strength of the US
> economy and sticks to the technicality that there have not been two
> or three consecutive quarters of negative growth in the US economy,
> to declare the state of recession.
>
> The fact that the man is stubborn and thinks he can still say farewell
> with an elegant gesture of optimism cannot be discarded, foundless as
> his reasoning may be.
>
> The truth is the comprehensive crisis in several sectors, real estate,
> bank credit, fiscal indebtedness, energy, increase in food prices,
> loss of jobs are giving way to a confidence and uncertainty crisis in
> the policy followed.
>
> Citizens claim for change, as shown by election results. Other pending
> tasks also passed on to him like the disastrous unfinished wars in
> Iraq and Afganistn, the increasing loss of competitiveness of
> nacional industry, the migration problem, inaction before global
> warming, the lack of universal medical insurance coverage.
>
> However, few analysts say that to repair the damage caused will not be
> easy and takes time. Meanwhile, they warn that the crisis may still
> not have touched bottom and things may yet get worse before starting
> to look up.
>
> http://www.ahora.cu/english/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=856&Itemid=33
>

Ion Caramache (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.116...)
2008-12-30 02:50
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse partea intii

La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:

> US Economy: From Bad to Worse

Evrusake, stai sa vezi cum este prin Cuba lu' Fidel

SOMERI IN PARADISUL COMUNIST CUBANEZ

<<< Many Unemployed Youths Now Graduate in Holguin, Cuba
By Leonardo Pupo Pupo / Thursday, 11 December 2008 / redaccion@ahora.cu

Over 40,000 students from the Comprehensive Upgrading for Unemployed Youth (CSIJ) have graduated in the eastern province of Holguin since its first period 2001-2002. This has had a great social impact on the Cuban family and society.

Juan Mir, methodologist in this eastern territory, told AIN that nearly four thousand students are currently attending the classrooms across the province, and that when concluding the upgrading, these graduates are guaranteed higher studies in such as sectors as health, higher education sports and teaching.

This comprehensive upgrading promotes the incorporation of unemployed youths aged between 17 and 29 years, in order to improve their quality of life and preparing them for higher education or selecting a job.

The teaching activities for the courses are held in the afternoon and evening and using television or through meetings with a teacher who helps them consolidate knowledge.

The social impact of this program has shown behavioural changes in the students, social acceptance by dealing with these young people and is in the interests of the Cuban families so that their children have new opportunities to study. >>>


Evreu-rus din Rusia (...@yahoo.com, IP: 89.47.58...)
2008-12-30 02:52
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse

La 2008-12-30 01:32:09, alwis46 a scris:

> Ai ajuns de rasul curcilor daca nu nu ai gasit decat o gazeta cubaneza
> din care sa citezi.
> Ce naiba bai muscalule, altceva nu gaseai ?

Poftim si o sursa americana, daca preferi:

US Economy Experiences Worst Job Cuts in Decades
By Deborah Tate


New government figures show a rise in U.S. unemployment last month, with U.S. employers cutting some 533,000 jobs - the most in 34 years. President George Bush says his administration is taking action to help strengthen the economy.

The Labor Department says the unemployment rate rose to 6.7 percent in November.

President Bush told reporters the job data reflects the fact that the American economy is in a recession, due in large part to severe problems in housing, credit and financial markets.

He says his administration is taking steps to address the problems by extending unemployment benefits to the jobless, making credit more affordable and available, and taking action to prevent home foreclosures.

"It is going to take time for all the actions we have taken to have their full impact. But I am confident that the steps we are taking will help fix the problems in our economy, and return it to strength."

At a hearing on Capitol Hill, Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Keith Hall, described the unemployment figures as dismal.

"There is very little in this report that is positive," he said. "This is maybe one of the worst jobs report the Bureau of Labor Statistics has ever produced."

"Families are conserving their dwindling resources and simply not buying much of anything, including durable goods, such as cars," said Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, who chaired the hearing before the Joint Economic Committee.

Elsewhere on Capitol Hill, executives from the three major automakers testified at a congressional hearing for the second straight day, making their case for $34 billion in loans to help shore up their industry, which has seen thousands of job losses.

President Bush urged Congress to act on a proposal that would redirect $25 billion in loans to help the automakers, but only to those that can survive.

Congress could vote on an aid package to the auto industry when it returns for a brief post-election session next week.

http://www.voanews.com/english/2008-12-05-voa17.cfm

Ion Caramache (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.116...)
2008-12-30 02:58
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse partea doua

La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:
> US Economy: From Bad to Worse

Evrusake, io-te colea ceva despre
JULA SI MANGLEALA IN RAIUL COMUNIST CUBANEZ

<<<< Workplace Theft: Indicator of Mismanagement
By Circles Robinson* / Wednesday, 01 October 2008 / redaccion@ahora.cu

By Circles Robinson*
With Gustav and Ike, Cuba&#8217;s proven civil defense system once again demonstrated how well Cubans can organize. Despite the hurricanes&#8217; enormous destruction, only seven people died.

The population responded with a high level of family, neighborly and community solidarity, customary among Cubans during times of crisis.

However, the storms have greatly magnified the shortcomings in the island&#8217;s economy and addressing them has become all the more pressing.

One problem that most everyone agrees has reached epidemic proportions is workplace pilfering. Although by far not the only problem in the Cuban economy, it has combined with other factors including low productivity to keep the country from operating anywhere near capacity.

Workplace theft and cheating of consumers is widespread in both the service sector and industries. The problem exists in many countries, but management oversight, at best, or complicity at the worst, has greatly exacerbated its magnitude in Cuba. It seems particularly contradictory with a people known for their solidarity, and a system whose profits are earmarked for the public good.

A common topic of my co-workers and friends is the habit of overcharging at stores, cafeterias and restaurants. It is so common that being on guard has become the norm. Like my neighbors, I am also wary of adulterated products sold at state-owned facilities, be it a bottle of rum, stick of butter or a bottle of dishwashing liquid.

For those of us who have attempted to report problems to the supervisors, the frustration has only deepened, as their low level of concern indicates that they too may be involved.

Time and time again I&#8217;ve personally had the experience at supermarkets, agricultural markets, cafeterias, restaurants, bars and taxis, even most recently at the airport duty free store. Surprisingly though, most Cubans don&#8217;t complain about being overcharged, which makes a foreigner doing so seem even more out of place.


Eating at the Soul and Society

Over a month before the hurricanes, economic analyst Ariel Terrero pointed out that "theft is corrupting both the individual soul and society." Terrero was addressing the issue of disappearing building materials and shoddy construction work at different job sites.

His statement rings all the more true today as Cubans begin to feel the impact of the damage caused by the hurricanes that struck between August 31 and September 10.

Hard times, including shortages of some foodstuffs and an even greater lack of building materials are expected. This makes even more troubling the practice of treating state property as booty ripe for the taking and consumers as victims to be fleeced.

Likewise, while price gauging often accompanies the shortages that follow major disasters anywhere, in Cuba such price hikes are likely to serve as even greater incentive to buy or sell goods of a dubious origin.

On September 19, former President Fidel Castro wrote in a newspaper commentary: "It&#8217;s now, in the aftermath of the devastating blow dealt by the hurricanes, when we must show what we are capable of."

Without directly pointing any fingers Fidel Castro wrote that "every manifestation of privilege, corruption or robbery must be eradicated" and that "for a true communist, there can be no possible excuse for such conduct."


Where to Begin

How to change the widespread practice of workplace mismanagement and stealing is a matter of contention and opinions abound. Some pessimistically believe it&#8217;s impossible to deal with at this point, while others think it&#8217;s never too late to begin.

In discussions in my living room, some friends have said drastic punishment is needed for the higher ups involved, which would also serve as an example to those below them.

Others say an incentive system for sound management is needed so the managers will feel motivated to do their best to benefit the state coffers. Most would extend that proposal to labor, saying that employees should have a better grasp on the finances of their workplace, participate in decision making, and then have a clear stake in its performance through pay incentives.

No one is certain exactly where the culture of deteriorated workplace ethics began. Most blame the low buying power of salaries and fewer extras since the early 1990s. Some say the seeds were already there before but hadn&#8217;t gotten so out of hand.

Despite the social benefits of free education and health care, subsidized public utilities, transportation and some basic items, the reality is that today&#8217;s workers still scramble to feed and clothe their families. The contradiction between resolving ones personal problems and a country that needs to save on resources and make the most of what it has is rarely discussed.

It&#8217;s obvious that a major salary increase is not going to happen without increasing production, and most believe that such an increase in production is unlikely to occur without attractive pay incentives.

The idea of economic incentives for those that make a greater effort in a given workplace makes sense and is consistent with the earliest notions of socialism. Such a system should help increase productivity, thus boosting revenue for the recovery effort and for social and economic investment programs.

However, if a manager or employee that is stealing obtains considerably more than what they could earn through incentives I highly doubt they will stop their habit without much tighter controls and strong disciplinary measures.

While the problem is light weight compared to the financial crisis currently sweeping the United States and Europe, failing to put a dent in workplace mismanagement and theft in Cuba will act as a counterweight to the attempts to rebuild from the extensive hurricane damage and continue on the road to a healthier socialist economy. >>>

Omu' nou chiubanez = omu' nou soveticus = omu' mangleticus = omu' nou julibus = omu' comuist internatzucalist.

Ce zici Evrusake?

Ion Caramache (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.117...)
2008-12-30 03:11
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse partea treia

La 2008-12-30 02:52:20, Evreu-rus a scris:>
> US Economy From Bad to Worse

Imperialistii americani atita la rezbel

<<< U.S. War Hysteria under Fire

Pyongyang, December 26 (KCNA) -- This year the U.S. hard-line conservative forces have perpetrated unprecedented provocative moves in a bid to bring the six-party talks to deadlock, check the settlement of the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula and strain the situation on the peninsula.

Rodong Sinmun Friday observes this in a signed article.

Accusing the U.S. hard-line conservative forces of letting loose a whole string of malignant remarks to lay a hurdle in the way of the progress of the six-party talks, the article notes that this is designed to achieve their criminal purpose to render the DPRK-U.S. relations extremely tense and thus execute their hostile policy towards the DPRK.

It is the ulterior intention of the U.S. bellicose forces to drive the situation to the brink of a war by increasing the pressure upon the DPRK with a hard-line big stick policy, not through the negotiated solution of the problem, and torpedoing denuclearization process on the peninsula, the article notes, and goes on:

The U.S. bellicose forces have staged frantic war exercises targeted against the DPRK by mobilizing their allied forces at a time when the denuclearization was under way on the peninsula. This clearly indicates that they do not stand for the peaceful settlement of the nuclear issue but seek to stem the trend of dialogue and peace and stifle the DPRK by force of arms.

Their reckless military hysteria this year proves once again that they are stepping up their preparations for a war behind the scene of dialogue and their wild ambition to invade and dominate the DPRK by force of arms remains unchanged. The U.S. loudmouthed "peace" and "stability," however, are nothing but a smokescreen to cover up their scenario for invading the DPRK. Their plan to start a war of aggression against the DPRK remains unchanged.

The U.S. double-dealing tactics will never work on the DPRK.

It is the DPRK's independent mode of retaliation to counter the enemy brandishing a knife with a long sword and his use of gun with an artillery piece. The U.S. imperialists' policy to stifle the DPRK militarily is bound to go bust.

The U.S. bellicose forces would be well advised to behave themselves, properly understanding the mental power and military muscle of the DPRK. >>>

Ce zici Evrusake de succesilii doctrinei Giuce? Astia te omoara cu gindirea lu' Kim Ir Sen si Kim Jong Il.

Ion Caramache (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.116...)
2008-12-30 03:21
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse partea patra

La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:

> US Economy From Bad to Worse

Evrurake, ICRAL-ul din Phenian te ateapta cu ordinul de repartie in noul tau secure dweling ca ziceai ca vrei sa te muti cu foamelionu' tau din Sanki Leninsburg din motive de securitate perzonala.

<<< Housing Construction Progresses Apace


Pyongyang, December 26 (KCNA) -- The DPRK government has paid deep attention to the construction of dwelling houses.

The dwelling construction is in full swing in Mansudae Street in the heart of Pyongyang and other parts of the city.

The Pyongyang City Construction Guidance Bureau is making positive efforts to build various types of dwelling houses in Mansudae Street that goes with other main streets of the city in a formative art. It is effecting innovations in construction by introducing monolithic concrete tamping and precast construction methods.

Provinces, cities and counties are also building dwellings suitable to local conditions, thus changing their looks.

Kim Jong Suk County, Ryanggang Province, has fixed blocks for the construction of dwelling houses in a well-defined framework in accordance with the street miniature of the township before pushing ahead with the construction speed by tapping raw materials and internal reserves available there.

Hundreds of dwelling houses are under construction in the City of Hoeryong and similar construction is going on in other cities and counties of North Hamgyong Province.

This year has witnessed the construction of lots of dwellings suitable to architectural features in Hyongjesan District and Sunan District of Pyongyang and other towns, counties and districts of the country.

A turn has been effected in the construction of rural dwelling houses, too, with the result that new rural villages commensurate with the socialist society have made their appearance.

Dwelling houses were built or repaired in rural areas including Raerim-ri, Jaeryong County and Sinchang-ri, Sinwon County of South Hwanghae Province.

Villages with houses for patients have come into being in the form of modern rural dwellings in Talchon hot spring in Samchon County, South Hwanghae Province, Wonhung hot spring in Tongsin County, Jagang Province, Kalsan hot spring in Phangyo County, Kangwon Province and Hwangjin hot spring in Myongchon County, North Hamgyong Province.

Thanks to the popular policy of the Workers' Party of Korea, the dwelling houses built at the state expense are being distributed to people free of charge.>>>

P.S.
Evrusake, daca nu iti convine la Phenian, te poti muta la Havana ca acuma este si beserica ortodoxa ruseasca unde sa se roage nevasta-ta pentru iertarea pacatelor tale.

Ion Caramache (...@aol.com, IP: 205.188.116...)
2008-12-30 03:33
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse partea cincea

La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:
> From Bad to Worse

<<< Floral Basket to Kim Jong Il

Pyongyang, December 26 (KCNA) -- General Secretary Kim Jong Il was presented with a floral basket by the family of Jang Nis Sim, Korean resident in Russia, Friday on the occasion of the New Year Juche 98 (2009).
Written on the ribbon of the floral basket were letters "We wholeheartedly wish the great leader Comrade Kim Jong Il good health". >>>

Evrusake,
nu stiam ca ai inceput-o cu galbeaza si acum ai dat-o in galbinare...

Rocky (...@hotmail.com, IP: 82.224.94...)
2008-12-30 20:31
Re: US Economy: From Bad to Worse


BAI FRECANGIILOR DE ENGLISH MUTATIVA PE UN FORUM IN LIMBA VOASTRA ATRI GRESIT ADRESA sau sunteti drogati ?



La 2008-12-29 23:05:46, Evreu-rus a scris:

> The food, oil and mortgage crisis were generated and exploded having
> the fiscal superdeficits as background. These were provoked mostly by
> the giant sums destined to military spending, budget that grew
> constantly during the eight years of the Bush administration, leaving
> debts for one trillion dollars in 2009 and 2010.
>
> That is only public debt, because that of the whole nation was blown
> to 10 trillion dollars in 2008, from the 5.7 trillions in 2000, when
> G.W. Bush started his administration.
>
> The outgoing president, however, received a balanced budget with
> superavit from William Clinton in the year 2000. The last Bush
> budget, that for fiscal year 2009, sums 3.1 trillion dollars, a third
> of which will be spent in the military sector and produce a
> preliminary deficit of 407.4 billion dollars, similar to that of FY
> 2008 when it reached 413 billion dollars.
>
> The chan of budget deficits left by Bush together with the growth of
> already enormous military expenditures, has contributed to the
> financial crisis, adding to other sectors in crisis already
> mentioned.
>
> All this has created an ideal environment for the development of a
> recession in all the nacional economy.
>
> The International Labor Organization (ILO) dared to predict last
> October 20 that the economic woes on sight will have serious impact
> on unemployment worldwide that could reach 20 million persons over
> the next 12 months, increasing that indicator from 190 million at the
> end of 2007 to 210 million next year.
>
> In the first quarter of 2008, the US economy grew 0.9 percent, 2.8 in
> the second and the third quarter dropped to a meager 1.9 percent,
> according to some sources, while other say it was only of 0.3
> percent, that is, virtually stagnant.
>
> They also add that domestic sales dropped by 1.8 percent, the biggest
> collapse in 17 years, while available net income of US citizens was
> reduced by 8.7 percent, the lowest since 1947, that is, 61 years
> ago.
>
> One of the most significant indicators of the current crisis is
> unemployment. According to figures of the Department of Labor,
> published on November 7, during 2008 a total 1.2 million workplaces
> have been eliminated and companies cut only in October 240 thousand
> jobs, a reduction in payrolls for ten consecutive months.
>
> The unemployment rate reached 6.5 percent in October, the highest in
> 14 years. Its level exceeds the 6.3 percent rate registered in the
> last recession of 2001.
>
> The Department of Labor reporte don November 8 that the total of North
> Americans without a job was 10.1 million, the highest in 25 years, of
> which only 3.9 million were receiving unemployment benefits.
>
>
> The immediate future is bleak. One hundred to 200 banks could collapse
> next year and the housing market will take from two to three years to
> recover, predicted Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economy, in
> statements to Reuters last September 10.
>
> The number of banks with problems was already of 117 in the second
> quarter this year, reported the Deposit Guarantee Corporation.
>
> On September 14, the European Central Bank reported it had loaned
> private banks 30 billion Euros, but it was not enough to transmit
> confidence to investors. That same day the Bank of England injected
> another 5 billion Pounds Sterling (6.3 billion Euros or 9 billion
> dollars) into short-term markets.
>
> In another attempt to stop the fall in the stock and financial
> markets, 10 banks, including the Bank of America, Barclays, Deutsche
> Bank, UBS, created an emergency fund for a total of 70 billion
> dollars.
>
> It is early to evaluate these efforts to inject liquidity into markets
> and into financial companies that crumble under the massive weight of
> bad debts.
>
> In November, 2008, the United Kingdom and Germany declared having
> entered in a recession of their economies. Spain could be in the same
> situation and 2009 seems to be a year when world economy will suffer
> the greatest brake-slamming since the depression from 1929 to 1933.
>
> In his speeches, George W. Bush insists on the strength of the US
> economy and sticks to the technicality that there have not been two
> or three consecutive quarters of negative growth in the US economy,
> to declare the state of recession.
>
> The fact that the man is stubborn and thinks he can still say farewell
> with an elegant gesture of optimism cannot be discarded, foundless as
> his reasoning may be.
>
> The truth is the comprehensive crisis in several sectors, real estate,
> bank credit, fiscal indebtedness, energy, increase in food prices,
> loss of jobs are giving way to a confidence and uncertainty crisis in
> the policy followed.
>
> Citizens claim for change, as shown by election results. Other pending
> tasks also passed on to him like the disastrous unfinished wars in
> Iraq and Afganistn, the increasing loss of competitiveness of
> nacional industry, the migration problem, inaction before global
> warming, the lack of universal medical insurance coverage.
>
> However, few analysts say that to repair the damage caused will not be
> easy and takes time. Meanwhile, they warn that the crisis may still
> not have touched bottom and things may yet get worse before starting
> to look up.
>
> http://www.ahora.cu/english/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=856&Itemid=33
>


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