別再被誠懇的非洲裔外表所騙了                 
最近有證據顯示歐巴瑪的確是國王們的人馬。

要不然又無多年政治背景與實力,
名不見經傳的他怎麼異軍突起,
怎麼擺平美國東北與南方白人勢力,
以一名黑人當上美國總統?

現在歐巴瑪繼小布希的腳步與政策
不斷地掏空美國,請問好處歸誰?


美國不斷倒閉的銀行

>    美國只有40%的銀行仍然在獲利(沒有虧損)
>    美國銀行一共1800間左右
>    其中有522間已經向美國民眾儲蓄保障機構FDIC申請援助
>    FDIC今年九月的總資產負債表,因為援助130間銀行而呈負值(耗盡子彈)
>    明年若522間都開始出問題,那會怎麼樣?


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Failing Banks

By Ken McElroy

When I read the recent article about which state will have the most failing banks I must say I was surprised that it was Georgia. There has been so much press on California, Arizona, Nevada and Florida -- but guess what...the number of bank failures in the Southern state is likely to rise, as only 40% of its banks are profitable. Across the country, regulators have closed 130 banks since the beginning of the year. The highest number, 24, are in Georgia, followed by 20 in Illinois, 15 in California and 12 in Florida.
The carnage isn't over yet. According to the FDIC, the number of insured institutions on its problem list, 522, which is the largest in 16 years. The FDIC reports that 50 institutions failed in the third quarter.
In September, the FDIC's Deposit Insurance Fund balance fell below zero (How do you fall below zero…Only the government!) for the first time since mid-1992. To improve the fund's position, on Nov. 12 the FDIC board agreed to require institutions to prepay three years' worth of deposit insurance premiums, about $45 billion, at the end of 2009. The FDIC said the measure would give the agency enough funds to carry on its role of resolving failed institutions in 2010 without increasing assessments on the industry's earnings and capital.
This requirement is just another cash drain on banks which could put more on the FDIC list -- so keep a close watch for 2010. If the fund balance was "out of balance" with just 130 banks -- imagine what could happen when some of the 522 banks on the FDIC list fail.



美國又有七間銀行被迫關門

今年已經累積到140間了


Fred說過,以目前嚴峻的經濟環境下
銀行一開始倒下就停不下來了。
美國倒閉銀行絕對是這次觀察金融海嘯
最重要的數據之一。


Seven U.S. banks closed by regulators; failures at 140
By John Letzing, MarketWatch
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Seven U.S. banks were closed by regulators on Friday, bring the total this year to 140 as the effects of the credit crisis continued to be felt across the country.
What's more, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. established temporary institutions to help close two of the failed banks.

 


《國際金融》購買美國債,越來越難

美國真的快沒戲唱了,
已經籌不到資產來擔保自己所亂印的鈔票了。

 
【時報-台北電】鮮少對於美國國債有所發言的中國人民銀
行官員,昨日卻難得的開了「金口」。人行副行長朱民在接
受媒體記者訪問時表示,由於美國經常帳逆差減少,正在縮
減海外美元的供給,外國政府購買美國國債將越來越難。

「路透」報導稱,朱民是在週四(17)受訪時發表上述看法
。在論及對全球經濟總體形勢的看法時,朱民說:「美國目
前的經常帳逆差正在減少,而其居民儲蓄增加,所以其貿易
額在下降。這意味著美國供給國外的美元在減少,而其他國
家也沒有更多的錢去買美國國債了。」

朱民在談及美元的國際角色時指出,美元繼續貶值是不可避
免的,因為美國仍在發行更多國債為財政赤字融資。朱民說
:「美國不可能再要求別的國家將持有的國債再翻一番。」
(新聞來源:工商時報─李書良/綜合報導)


 

歐巴瑪說:如果不通過健保財政

改革法案,那政府將要宣布破產

如果現在不通過健保財政改革法案,那麼
>    政府要宣布破產,除非…
>    明年各企業開始增收25~30%的健保費。
>    不願意看到這兩種結果,就請讓法案通過。



這根本事「挾天子以令諸侯」、「恐嚇加威脅」!
財富未曾消失過,從「能量不滅定律」可知:
美國健保財政問題根本沒有「真正」被解決,
只是玩弄會計帳目上的花樣來欺騙大眾。

真正的財富不會消失,債務債權也一樣,
美國敢出來混,總有一天要還的,
而且為期不遠了…


President Obama: Federal Government 'Will Go Bankrupt' if Health Care Costs Are Not Reined In

ABC's Karen Travers reports from Washington:
President Obama told ABC News’ Charles Gibson in an interview that if Congress does not pass health care legislation that will bring down costs, the federal government “will go bankrupt.”
The president laid out a dire scenario of what will happen if his health care reform effort fails.
p1.JPG “If we don't pass it, here's the guarantee….your premiums will go up, your employers are going to load up more costs on you,” he said. “Potentially they're going to drop your coverage, because they just can't afford an increase of 25 percent, 30 percent in terms of the costs of providing health care to employees each and every year. “
The president said that the costs of Medicare and Medicaid are on an “unsustainable” trajectory and if there is no action taken to bring them down, “the federal government will go bankrupt.”

原文(全)連結:
http://blogs.abcnews.com/theworldnewser/2009/12/president-obama-federal-government-will-go-bankrupt-if-health-care-costs-are-not-reigned-in.html

 

中國開始拋售美元

其規模之大將舉世震驚
China's Dumping Of The Dollar Has Begun
Vince Veneziani and Gus Lubin

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China, once a proud holder of United States post-World War II debt, is getting scared.
For years the People's Republic has bought U.S. Treasuries, eventually becoming the largest holder of U.S. debt ($799 BILLION to be exact!). Those days are long gone, though.
During 2009, China hasn't been buying many Treasuries and has been unloading dollars in a way that makes Geithner shiver at night.
And other big U.S. debt carriers like Japan may follow suit if confidence is lost.
This presentation, courtesy of RBS, takes a deeper look into China's holdings and associated volumes since 2005. Get ready for shock and awe.

http://www.businessinsider.com/china-is-unloading-us-dollars-rapidly-2009-12


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  • WILLIAM
  • 感謝FRED大哥的分享
    之前就有看到美國健保的新聞
    我覺得最重要的是, 歐巴馬說法案不通過
    美國政府就會破產!!!
    很明顯的就是在告訴我們, 美國是會破產的
  • 呆呆的Joker
  • 「美國敢出來混,總有一天要還的」....

    應該可列為Fred年度十大金句....

  • 暴力石油派
  • 美國只會讓存美元與美國公債的債主破產, 美國自己活的好好的.
    只要鍵盤多按許多零就好了.
    十二個航空母艦戰鬥群可不是假的,三天內封鎖五大瓶頸(荷姆茲海峽+紅海南端+蘇伊士運河+麻六甲海峽+巴拿馬運河)就可以不戰而勝.
  • 路人甲
  • 誠實,有預警,標準美式作風.
    至少以後不能抱怨他沒先說. 他已經用最通俗的白話文說得很大聲了,您還能抱怨嗎 ?
  • 旱鴨子
  • Australian元月起大批嬰兒潮正式退休,
    這是美歐日的退休大海嘯的預演,清崎的書早就預言,2010年元月起Australian預演

    Tidal wave of retirees could break the bank
    By Melanie Christiansen From: The Courier-Mail December 28, 2009
    Baby boomers hit aged pension
    Three and half million baby boomers will become eligible for the aged pension next week.
    The massive demographic shift could be as big as the Industrial Revolution, say experts./ File
    Millions of boomers to start claiming pension
    Will pay less tax, work less
    A 'double whammy' to Australia's finances

    AUSTRALIA is on the crest of a demographic tsunami, with the first wave of 5.3 million baby boomers eligible for the age pension from next week.

    The country's money box faces the double whammy of paying for older Australians who need extra care and for workers who are retiring in greater numbers than ever before.

    With the pension age for women still being phased up to 65, those born in 1946 – the first year of the baby boomer generation – will be entitled to claim a government-funded age pension from next year, when they turn 64.

    Men born in 1946 will be in line for a pension a year later, when they turn 65.

    KPMG demographer Bernard Salt said it signalled the start of a landmark shift in Australia's population – one that would deliver a "double whammy" to Federal Government finances.

    "Not only will the baby boomers demand more from the tax base, but they will also be coming out of the workforce and will stop paying tax," Mr Salt said.

    Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar.
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    "It is a demographic tsunami, building up, building up and then crashing ashore."

    Apart from a surge in demand for age pensions, leading Australian demographers said ageing baby boomers would increase pressure on already stretched health budgets.

    "They are the most obese generation we've ever had, so reducing their obesity is really crucial if they are going to have healthy older years," said Adelaide University Geography professor Graeme Hugo.

    Professor Martin Bell, from the University of Queensland's Centre for Population Research, said the retirement of the baby boomers would also exacerbate skilled labour shortages in Australia and create planning issues for growing cities such as Brisbane.

    "This is an intriguing transition," Prof Bell said.

    "I'd rank it alongside the Industrial Revolution.

    "It's that kind of transition in the nature of Western society – from a young, rapidly growing population, which is broad at the bottom and thin at the top, to one that is almost the other way round."

    In response to some of those emerging challenges, the Federal Government last year announced it would push out the pension eligibility age to 67 by 2023.

    But as the Federal Government considers the Henry tax review – expected to deliver the most sweeping reform of Australia's tax system since the GST was introduced in July 2000 – CommSec chief economist Craig James said the pension qualifying age might have to be revisited.

    "I think we may see further shifts over the next couple of years," he said.

    "Perhaps even pushing that pension age out further."

    The high cost of Australia's rapidly greying population

    "Perhaps it requires more incentives for employers to take on more senior workers,'' Mr James said.

    Mr Salt said the problem should be met with a big rise in migration levels, targeting young skilled workers, to boost the tax base.

    "We either lift migration or we can ask Gen Y and Gen X to pay more tax per capita, and I don't think that's going to be popular,'' he said.

    Latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics indicate around 107,000 Australian women will turn 64 next year.

    By 2047, a quarter of all Australians will be aged over 65 years, almost double the current 13 per cent.
    In the last financial year, the Government supported 2.12million seniors with age pensions, at a cost of $28 billion.

    In the previous year, $24.6 billion was spent providing age pensions for 2.04 million Australians.
  • .
  • A Tour Of Detroit's Ghettoy在YouTube上有,
    值得一看.
    由底特律就可知道美國其它傳統工業城的現況.
    等到失業救濟金發放完畢(六到十二個月),幾百萬失業工人就... ... ...
    上有老父母,下有幼兒,沒有麵包,但工人很有體力,身強體壯.您認為強壯工人會怎麼作 ?
    洛衫磯才停電一天就...
  • 旁觀者
  • 打牌輸家翻桌子,不讓贏家離場,輸家想再重來一局.

  • keel
  • 看完YOUTUBE只覺得底特律好像恐怖片裡的死城,真可怕....
  • 路人甲
  • 美國1/4兒童領糧票,總人口1/8領糧票.
    (The New York Times)
    Food Stamp Usage Across the Country
    The number of food stamp recipients has climbed by about 10 million over the past two years, resulting in a program that now feeds 1 in 8 Americans and nearly 1 in 4 children.
  • 懶人
  • :-(

    12月USA失業救濟金增加43%

    Massive 43% Jump in U.S. Emergency Unemployment Benefits from Nov. to Dec. (MoM)

    Economic Statistics
    Jan 08, 2010
    By: Mike Shedlock