Here is the fight between the NWO bad guys and the Other not necessarily good guys...
The unipolar world order has ceased to exist now that powerful new centers of economic growth are emerging in Asia and Latin America, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview on Thursday.
“Old habits die hard. Parting with one’s sense of global dominion is not easy and this process is going to be long and painful, but I’m sure that in the long haul we’ll agree on the need to redistribute our responsibilities from conflict resolution to economics to finance and trade,” Lavrov said on Venezuelan state television.
He also underscored the need to end the longtime practice of using one country’s laws on the territory of another.
All this should be done strictly in line with the UN Charter and without undermining the authority of the UN Security Council, Lavrov added.
“We are against any quick fixes here… All these problems should be tackled having fully in mind the hard fact that global politics, economics and finances are no longer directed by a single center, that there are new powerful centers of economic and financial growth now emerging in Asia and Latin America adding political clout to these new economic powerhouses,” Lavrov noted.
Russia wants to enshrine the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states in an international declaration.
“This is a fundamental principle of the UN Charter which, unfortunately, is often violated,” Sergei Lavrov said.
He also called for a redistribution of votes and quotas, including in the International Monetary Fund “we all agreed about ten years ago.
Sergei Lavrov warned against the principle of the so-called “legal extraterritoriality” when unilateral sanctions are imposed in circumvention of the UN Security Council and are aimed at undermining a country’s economic and social stability.
“Economic ties, trade, technological exchanges all this holds the key to development while one-sided sanctions thwart the countries’ pursuit of a better life,” Sergei Lavrov said in conclusion.
Credit to Eutimes.net
Friday, October 2, 2015
In our final look at today's lack of jobs report, we wanted to highlight two quick things.
First, of the 142K jobs added in September, 24K was government jobs, which incidentally was laid out by a scrambling for a silver lining Bank of America as the "positive" in today's jobs report. To wit: "Government hiring was strong for a fourth consecutive month, with payrolls up a solid 24,000 and averaging almost 29,000 in that time span." Because more government hiring is what the U.S. needs.
Sarcasm aside, this left just 118K for the private sector. Of this 118K, 78% went to low/minimum-wage paying jobs: Leisure and Hospitality was 30% of the total, adding 35K jobs, 25% was for education and health, more minimum wages, with Retail and Temp Help rounding out the remaining 23% in "gains." Meanwhile jobs which actually pay good wages, mining and logging, manufacturing and wholesale trade, all declined in September.
Unfortunately, there are still those - mostly economists and drama majors - who are still clueless about why the US economy is stuck in centrally-planned quicksand or merely doing their best to boost the government propaganda, here is the chart.
And since there will still be confusion, here is data so simple, even a 5 year old will get it: in September, the US economy added 21,000 waiters and bartenders and lost another 9,000 manufacturing workers - an economy which is rapidly transitioning to a Feudal state, where nothing is made, and in which the peasantry is increasingly focused on just serving the lords who have all the money.
Finally, since the start of the depression in December 2007, the US economy has added 1.5 million waiters and bartenders and lost 1.4 million manufacturing workers.
And that is what a Feudal "recovery" looks like.
Credit to Zero Hedge