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Europe's Scariest Heatmap

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Readers already know that when it comes to Europe, the scariest chart, from a political, economic, financial and social perspective, is that showing youth unemployment - youth, which engaged in idle, non-productive activity is a powder keg for both future economic instability and social upheaval. The monthly update is presented below. This time, we are happy to also present the "scariest heatmap" that goes with it, showing the geographic breakdown of unemployment in the critical 15-24 age groups. Those looking for geopolitical hotspots in the coming months and years, look no further than the dark shaded areas.


Europe's youth unemployment rate pushed higher once again to a record-breaking 24.4% - where Greece was in Dec 2008. What is crushingly awful is the 57.6% youth unemployment in Greece and 56.5% in Spain that leaves a social fire burning in the belly of the nations. Italy also saw a major move to record highs above 37% youth unemployment and France is now above 27% also... recovery?



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Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:41 | 3135959 GetZeeGold
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We need to ship some hope over there mucho pronto.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:54 | 3135997 DownByTheRiver
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OT : This guy has undeniably proven at least a dozen actors at the Sandy Hook 'Shooting' FROM THE SAME FAMILY


Download these before they get taken down....please. 


Small sample...


'Nick Phelps and Laura Phelps, parents of children at Sandy Hook'

Tony Greenberg and sister Jennifer Greenberg Sexton, from their library

More Laura Phelps vs. Jennifer Greenberg Sexton


Great grandchildren of David Rockefeller Jr.

and them posing as 'siblings of Victoria Soto, hero teacher'

a side by side of Leon Greenberg vs. 'the brother'


Pic of the great grandchildren of David Rockefeller Jr.

Compare the old man sitting to...David Rockefeller Jr.


If you want the rest go to godlikeproductions and search - 


More than a dozen actors exposed in Sandy Hook Hoax download vids b4 theyre gone


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:20 | 3136073 flacon
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The obvious way to solve youth unemployment is to have the youth leave the country. Problem solved and we can all go back to getting free stuff from the government. Solving problems has never been easier. :)

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:31 | 3136118 SamAdams
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Don't worry, each of these countries is headed by Masonic politicians and CEOs at the behest of Illuminati Money Creators.  What could go wrong???

Anyone ever check out those weird Masonic hands and pyramid in front of the IRS headquarters?  Note the "Bill of Rights is human and fragile" inscription.  How about that "We the people" on the pyramid.  Remember, your founding fathers were Masons, had slaves, and "We the People" referred to them, the elite.  This country has been run by Masons at the behest of bankers since the beginning.  Now you know the Masonic secret and you didn't even have to perform a bizzare and morally defunct ritual to be the wiser.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:21 | 3136400 rqb1
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i thought the founding fathers hated the boe

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 12:17 | 3136652 SamAdams
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You are taught that, and certainly some did. There were two factions, the Federalists (banker) and those who would be considered Libertarians today. Control the present and you control the past. History published by McGrawHill, is not. Where is mcGrawHill headquartered?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:35 | 3136484 Random
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Masons, about the truly big bosses, the Jesuits/Papacy? (jews are subordinate to the Pope also).

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:58 | 3136588 SamAdams
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Yes, as crazy as it may seem to the uninitiate, the Vatican and the Bankers have joined forces. Knights of Malta became Freemasonry. Jesuits are Illuminati. They were opposition, but realize synergy today. Money creation (London), war (DC), Religion (Vatican). Control what the mind knows to control the profane. Reveiling too many secrets.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:00 | 3136838 Raymond K Hessel
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And that must mean you yahoos are Assassins!!!  Ezio Auditore, is that you?!

Thu, 01/10/2013 - 05:30 | 3139639 matrix2012
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Nope Sam, you're far away from being crazy :-)

The Illuminati are a kind of secret world government, their main goal is to create the New World Order (NWO), a fascist-communist global 1984-style dictatorship where every citizen is totally controlled with an implanted RFID chip. One of the exoteric key institutions of the illuminations are the Bilderbergs, for example.

Within the illuminati one can distinguish 3 circles:

* exoteric (outer) circle: e.g. Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and others. Many on this level (e.g. one-time Bilderberg participants) are more or less clueless what's really going on, but their egos are pleased that they are so close to those with the real power.

* inner circle: e.g. regular Bilderberg participants

* esoteric circles: e.g. Grand Masters of occult societies. That's where the NWO (New World Order) plans are erected. If these plans are implemented or not depends a lot on whether the outer circle can be convinced.



Who is the Bilderberg Club?

Since 1954 about 150 ‘high priests of globalization' mainly from Europe and North America meet in secrecy each year in order to make far-reaching decision and to take orders ( SEE ). Bilderberg is the exoteric (outer) key instance of the illuminati ( SEE ), the secret world government that I fondly call the ‘reptiles' because clairvoyants perceive reptile-like entities in their aura (which cherish from the fear of human beings).

Another reason for this nickname: the illuminati have their roots in the BROTHERHOOD OF THE SNAKE, probably the oldest secret society of the world (needless to say that snakes are reptiles). This also explains why the international symbol for the US$ oddly looks like a snake around a rod, and the $ can't be deducted from the name... Without doubt, that's the SUMERIAN SEMICADUCEUS, the old symbol for the Cult of the Snake.

- - - - - -

"The Illuminati knows the people are going to find out about them ...the best thing they can do is call your attention towards something else and say that's that. So they have reflected the attention on Zionism ...The only problem is that most of the people in the Illuminati aren't Jews. Their founders were Jews by birth, but not by religion. But most of its leaders, except for the Rothschilds, are Gaelic: Scotch or French Gaelic. It's got nothing to do with Jews. My family & most of the people serving on the Grand Druid, their family trees go back to the pagan temples in Rome & Greece & England, to the original priesthood. Some go back as far as Egypt & Babylon. It's got nothing to do with the Jews."

[David Livingstone writes: "Elizabeth Hirschmann and Donald Yates in their study, "When Scotland was Jewish", documents the Jewish origin of many of Scotland's leading families, beginning with the Sinclairs and Stuarts, but also the families of Forbes, Bruce, Campbell, Gordon, Caldwell, Fraser, Leslie, Christie, Kennedy, ad Cowan (Cohen).]

Todd makes clear the Rothschilds, a family of Sabbatean Jewish Cabalists, top the Illuminati hierarchy:

"The Rothschilds lead the Illuminati and in every country they have a family ...being the head of the Illuminati. In the United States, we have the Rockefellers. David Rockefeller is both the head of the Council of Foreign Relations and the Trilateral [Commission] which is the name of the Illuminati within the United States."

"On the top of each pyramid you will see a capstone with an eye in it. The capstone is the Rothschild Family or Tribunal that rules the Illuminati; they were the creators of it. The eye is Lucifer, their god and their voice. The first 3 top blocks are on every pyramid. The top block is what I was initiated into, the council of 13 called the Grand Druid Council. They only take orders from the Rothschilds and nobody else. They're their private priesthood. The Council of 33 is directly under them, that is the 33 highest Masons in the World. The Council of 500, some of the richest people and conglomerates in the World-[including the Bilderbergs and the families like the Duponts and Kennedys.]

To learn where's the papacy role, search using : "Alberto Rivera Former Jesuit priest"

Try this one too: "Dr. Alberto Rivera" Ex Jesuit Father Fr. Priest

The Jesuits in Great Britain -


More about the Jesuit and Vatican at Biblioteca Pleyades -








Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:37 | 3136161 hansg
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Why do we need so much immigration if we expect our own youth to leave?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 14:48 | 3137333 Argentbilly
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Children are the future bro, how about labor refom, automation is tacking over.


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 22:51 | 3139476 Matt
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Neo-Luddite Revolution! Down with the machines! Do everything by manual labor to restore jobs!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:38 | 3136159 Brokenbroker
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What is the point out of sheer curiousity? That the thing was a hoax?
Not a hoax. Believe me. Kids died. Teachers died. I have friends and family that live and work there. It happened. Is it really that hard to believe that some kid went nuts? Or is it harder to believe that someone orchestrated this hoax? People cant even keep secrets among one or two people. Your sense of what kind of conspiracies can be pulled of is not at all realistic

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:38 | 3136160 Brokenbroker
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What is the point out of sheer curiousity? That the thing was a hoax?
Not a hoax. Believe me. Kids died. Teachers died. I have friends and family that live and work there. It happened. Is it really that hard to believe that some kid went nuts? Or is it harder to believe that someone orchestrated this hoax? People cant even keep secrets among one or two people. Your sense of what kind of conspiracies can be pulled of is not at all realistic

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 12:26 | 3136225 SamAdams
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No disrespect to the victims, but you fail to realize that we are a nation subject to much larger conspiracies that were successfully "pulled off".  After the first 10 or so, you start to become suspicious, especially when the facts don't add up.  As they say, "9/11, We will remember".  I certainly do.  I remember WT7 coming down when nothing even hit it.  I remember and have a photo of columns severed by demolition thermate at the angle necessary to implode a building.  To quote the smirking chimp, "Fool me once, shame on you... fool me twice, we won't get fooled again".... 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:56 | 3136002 Thomas
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Kyle Bass moment.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:26 | 3136087 economics9698
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I am the god of hell f ire and I bring you:
Fire, I'll take you to burn.
Fire, I'll take you to learn.
I'll see you burn!
You fought hard and you saved and learned,
but all of it's going to burn.
And your mind, your tiny mind,
you know you've really been so blind.
Now 's your time burn your mind.
You're falling far too far behind.
Oh no, oh no, oh no, you gonna burn!
Fire, to destroy all you've done.
Fire, to end all you've become.
I'll feel you burn!
You've been living like a little girl,
in the middle of your little world.
And your mind, your tiny mind,
you know you've really been so blind.
Now 's your time burn your mind,
you're falling far too far behind.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:04 | 3136034 yogibear
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The has the best BS and spin media out there.

When it gets tough Bernanke and Obama make daily apperances on television.

Things like the higher the deficit the better we will be, therefore we must take away the debt ceiling.

The US definitely knows how to get extra super mileage from BS and mis-information. 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:37 | 3136155 hansg
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What does this chart mean, exactly? At least in the Netherlands, almost everyone in the age range 15-24 is still in school! And if they hold a job it is something like waiter or supermarket work - hardly the core of a labor force. I would find the 25-30 age range much more interesting, since that represents an age people should be having a (real) job.




Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:44 | 3135966 AU5K
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Will a 2nd spanish civil war again precede a larger world wide conflict?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:56 | 3136004 Joe Davola
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Don't call it war, call it a test run.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:45 | 3135967 Dexter Morgan
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Central Planning at its finest!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:45 | 3135968 ATM
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and change too

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:48 | 3135978 Jason T
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Temperate climates always have best economies.  It's all about the weather.  Too hot in the mediterainian to work.


Of course Singapore disputes what I just said.. but they all have AC I imagine.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 22:55 | 3139480 Matt
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Seasons. Areas that have seasons, you have to have food stored up (historically) or money (now) to survive winter. Areas with tropical temperatures, you can survive day to day year round, so saving is not a requirement for survival.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:48 | 3135979 mrktwtch2
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when the euro does go..(and it will) the dollar will soar and commodities will get crushed ..could see gold below 850 oil at 38 and so on the only question is can they hold it together for another 14 months or so??

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:56 | 3135998 THX 1178
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No, the derivatives structure has welded all banks in the world together. When the Euro goes, so do the Euro banks, and their derivatives, and all of the US banks tied to these derivatives. Borders and continents do not matter anymore. This is going to come apart VERY VERY VERY quickly.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:10 | 3136044 TSA gropee
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@THX1178, That is their plan is it not? To have "it" all collapse so that the masses cry out for help, then TPTB come to their rescue with their version of what they need?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:53 | 3136240 THX 1178
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I don't know. Its like the singularity-- you just can't know what will happen after that point. Some say organic gold standard, some say one world currency, some say civil war in US, some say world war. I just don't think there will be enough money/resources to do much of anything. I think it is the end of fiat money and fractional reserve banking and the introduction of a hard money system. Its anyone's guess.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:34 | 3136137 tabasco71
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In 2012, there was USD$3.6trn of Euro denominated debt invested in emerging markets, compared to USD$0.6trn of USD denominated debt... to my mind this is a driver for keeping the Euro intact.

Not saying its the only consideration, but it would be a hell of a job to redenominate all those loans...?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 15:42 | 3137695 OpenThePodBayDoorHAL
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The euro's not "going to go". They will eventually sort out the differences between the regions, just like the US did. I know, it's like scientists who can prove a bumblebee can't fly...but it can.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:49 | 3135983 TideFighter
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I blew up the map hoping for a pin-head size of white at the Vatican. 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:59 | 3136015 JPM Hater001
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Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:57 | 3136009 AndrewJackson
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I don't know about you, but the numbers for the under 25 category seem extremely high in the US right now. We all know it is being tempered by uncle sam's student loans, but dang, I am low 20's and it seems like everyone I know does not have a job.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:24 | 3136072 fonzannoon
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Andrew I am 35 so I am going to have to go ahead and ask you to get a job Umkay? You see you are responsible for my social security and also I bought my house in '07 for 500k and I need you to buy it from me for 600k in a few years. Basically I am looking around the poker table right now for the sucker and I am petrified that I can't locate one. Please come and sit down at the table so I can get the fk outta here. I promise someone will sit down after you. Pinky swear.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:28 | 3136094 Dr. Engali
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Andrew. Whatever you do don't listen to this guy. I'm 50 years old and I bought my house at 350k and sold it to him for 500k. He is currently in a position where he has to pay for my social security.  After I die I don't really give a shit about social security, but I do have kids. I would prefer it if the system would die and they didn't have the burden of paying for you. So whatever you do don't get caught up in the system .Live in your mom and dad's basement, play Xbox and wait for your inheritance.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:32 | 3136123 fonzannoon
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decisions decisions Andrew.


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:42 | 3136189 tabasco71
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Oh go on then... I'm 75yrs old, been retired on final salary for 10yrs, heart and cholesterol in great shape and have a mistress about the same age as Andrew.  Follow the sun during the year splitting my time between my properties in the north and the south of the ocuntry. Don't care whether you work or not as immigration will pick up the pieces you don't want to touch. Thanks guys, glad its almost over, but will still be around to suck from you for at least another 20yrs at this rate.


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:37 | 3136498 FoeHammer
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Jobs? Whose got jobs? Where dey at?


I'd like to work for someone on ZH, particularly on a farm or other practical setting, particulcarly for an honest wage. A debt sef can only dream...

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:54 | 3136238 Sheeple Shepard
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If you dont know who the sucker at the poker table is, its you ; )

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:50 | 3136230 FrankDrakman
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Maybe not you personally, but most of the under-25's I've met in the US of A spent most of high school drunk, stoned, or both. They seem to expect jobs that pay $50k and up for little or no effort. It's no wonder to me that the group that's shown the most job growth is 50-64; employers know these people are going to go to work, and that their expectations are grounded in reality.

I'm 55, and I spent five years working in call centres at mimimum wage in the last decade because my sector collapsed in 2000. I finally found a decent job as a data analyst, but it took a long time, and I'm still not paid what I'm worth. Regardless, I show up every day and make an effort because that's what you have to do; I'm afraid many of your peers haven't realized it yet.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:05 | 3136313 fonzannoon
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FrankDrakman the 55 plus crowd are the parents of the under 25 crowd. Your crowd is primarily responsible for how that crowd has turned out.

I don't think it's fair to talk about your virtues and work ethic and extrapolate that to your "crowd" and completely abdicate your crowd's responsibility to make sure those virtues have been passed on to your children. If you are going to hold the under 25 accountable you should call a spade a spade and admit your failure as parents as well.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 14:06 | 3137112 Totentänzerlied
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Nonsense Fonz! The Baby Boomers are the most committed parents in the world!




Committed to themselves, their egos, and their free gubmint gimmedats, that is!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 09:58 | 3136010 Dr. Engali
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Just do like we do...stop counting them in the labor force and pretend like they don't exist. Problem solved. I'm surprised they haven't figured that out wonder why we are the greatest most fabulous bestestes bullshitting country in the world.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:32 | 3136127 sampo
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Actually, the reality is that of those, that are supposed to work here with respect to these charts, most are just cleaned under the mat by the government interventions.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:00 | 3136016 TrumpXVI
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Sardinia; the powder keg that ignited WWIII.

Who knew?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:17 | 3136064 BurningFuld
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Meh. If it's a small country that trys to start a revolution I'm sure NATO forces will be happy to come in and "help out" the home government.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:32 | 3136122 economics9698
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China and Japan want to be next.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:02 | 3136026 LeisureSmith
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Almost ready for harvest. The Borg is salivating for the public asset feast that is about to begin.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:03 | 3136028 Flakmeister
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Evrywhere I hear the sound of marching, charging feet, boy
Cause summers here and the time is right for fighting in the street, boy
But what can a poor boy do
Except to sing for a rock n roll band
Cause in sleepy london town
There's just no place for a street fighting man

Hey! think the time is right for a palace revolution
But where I live the game to play is compromise solution
Well, then what can a poor boy do
Except to sing for a rock n roll band
Cause in sleepy london town
There's no place for a street fighting man

Hey! said my name is called disturbance
Ill shout and scream, I'll kill the king, I'll rail at all his servants
Well, what can a poor boy do
Except to sing for a rock n roll band
Cause in sleepy london town
There's no place for a street fighting man

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 12:23 | 3136691 ndetmer
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There's so many of us
There's so many of us
There's so many
There's so many of us
There's so many of us
There's so many [x2]

Let's have a war
So you can go and die!
Let's have a war!
We could all use the money!
Let's have a war!
We need the space!
Let's have a war!
Clean out this place!

It already started in the city!
Suburbia will be just as easy!

Let's have a war!
Jack up the Dow Jones!
Let's have a war!
It can start in New Jersey!
Let's have a war!
Blame it on the middle-class!
Let's have a war!
We're like rats in a cage!

It already started in the city!
Suburbia will be just as easy!

Let's have a war!
Sell the rights to the networks!
Let's have a war!
General Motors get fat like last time!
Let's have a war!
Give guns to the kids!
Let's have a war!
The enemy's within!

It already started in the city!
Suburbia will be just as easy!


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:04 | 3136031 SheepDog-One
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But.....Europe FIXED!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:05 | 3136035 timbo_em
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So you're saying Barroso's great plan to turn the EU into the most dynamic region on the globe by 2010 (aka the Lisbon Strategy) did not work out?

Thank god, the EU Commission (namely Laszlo Andar Commissioner for employment and social affairs whowho studied at *wait for it* Karl Marx University, Budapest, Hungary) recently came up with an idea to simply ban youth unemployment. Oh wait, is this another great plan?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:09 | 3136047 Smegley Wanxalot
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Yes, it didn't work, and that also is all Bush's fault.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:22 | 3136079 Spastica Rex
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Is he out of the hospital yet? Poor sickly old guy. He can't be long for this world.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:54 | 3136245 SamAdams
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I hope he pulls through.  The CIA would be completely lost without his guidance.  I'm sure he'll be fine.  He's not even as old as King David Rockefeller. 

Thu, 01/10/2013 - 02:24 | 3139934 matrix2012
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Thought they all incl. the Bush Sr. will outlive us for they frequent the Josef Mengele REJUVENATION Clinic in Chile, as does the Almighty Kaiser David Rockefeller. The saints will stay longer coz they're needed for the humanity causes... /s

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:10 | 3136038 Element
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Looking at that second graph there appears to be two clear points of departure, Lehmans collapse, and then again in mid-2012.


Left wondering what the areas outside the europe look like???

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:10 | 3136048 yogibear
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The fix is to change the stats. Don't count the unemployed in Europe. Only count those who are collecting unemployment insurance like in the US.

Then the picture looks far better.

Start deleting any negative stats and only the positive ones. It works in the US.

Threaten any rating agencies in the US that downgrade you. The US sends it's IRS, FBI and cops over to harass any rating agency that intends on lowering a rating. Intimidation works very well in the US.


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:26 | 3136092 Spastica Rex
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The Chicago Way since 1920.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:12 | 3136054 ugniuz
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Cmon, this is sooooo BIAS, in Lithuania part-time jobs for 15years almost old do not exist, instead, teenagers go to Basketball, art academies etc. Thus, take away 15-19years old stats, cause this effect take place at least until they graduate from school. Most of the Europe works like that..

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:26 | 3136089 dtwn
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I agree.  Look at the unemployment rate for 20-35 yr olds, especially males.  Thats where the geopolitical instability will be.  Also, China with its massively skewed sex ratio.  If China experiences a dramatic slowdown, a bunch of young men with no job and no pussy is a recipe for disaster.

Thu, 01/10/2013 - 01:35 | 3139871 r3phl0x
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Porn and Fleshlights - our last hope for peace.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:07 | 3136331 Winston of Oceania
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State manipulation of the labor pool much like the six week vacation used to mask true unemployment in Europe is it not?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:16 | 3136062 Cultural Capital
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Throughout history the solution to this was to emigrate abroad. Now there is no place to run. Africa needs to set up some charter cities fast. 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:18 | 3136067 buzzsaw99
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those deadbeats need to start a war somewhere so the young people can stay busy bombing orphanages via computer.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:45 | 3136203 Peterus
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We're past this. Right now it would need to be a war in Europe where the young people can stay busy lowering thier own numbers...

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:21 | 3136077 Fox-Scully
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Most of the hottest spots around the Mediterranean--history continues to repeat earlier civilizations.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:21 | 3136078 AnAnonymous
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It is certainly an issue but not for 'american' nations.

'Americans' developed the procedure to solve this issue the 'american' way:

-pour that too much of people onto a third party.

'Americans' are triggering a new wave of colonization.

No issue for European nations. On the contrary, it will create jobs opportunities and will justify 'american' politicians in their jobs.

How? Simple. All these younsters are 'american'. The world belongs to 'americans'
Anywhere they will drop in, they will consider themselves the elected of the land who must be handed down the best the place has to offer. Dont expect them to merge with the locals. They will require the locals to speak their language, take up their habits etc

Tension to come. A demand for security from this young 'americans' who wont drop their 'american' citizenship.

'American' states will step in and wrestle the third country to offer the best for this 'american' youth.

Quite a lot of opportunities to come.

But expect no turmoil in 'american' nations from this youth. They will turn on the heat in the third party country.

The way 'americans' work.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:37 | 3136152 morning_glory
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And the Chinese integrate so well when they settle in another country?

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:04 | 3136311 AnAnonymous
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Undubiously and by oceans far better than 'Americans'

Show how many places in the world were forced in the Chinese languages when not originally using it as their language.

Compare with the number of places forced by 'americans' to adopt on their national level languages chosen by 'americans'

Chinese are out of league players.

Telling they underperform will still be hyperbolic.

'Americans', when you look for people that wont integrate, that is the deal. So much of it that on the world scale, it grew into the only deal.

Bear with it.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:03 | 3136858 Raymond K Hessel
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Why do you keep putting 'Americans' in quotes?

Are you saying we don't exist?!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:36 | 3136987 AnAnonymous
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Best one. If you want to find people denying the existence of 'americans', look at 'americans'

They perform the act regularly on this site.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:43 | 3137022 TheFourthStooge-ing
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Best one. If you want to find people shamelessly crapping in public, look at Chinese citizenism citizens.

They perform the act regularly on roadsides.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:04 | 3136865 IridiumRebel
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Go to Flushing Queens if you wanna see just how wong you are.......if they will unstrap you from your computer in whatever ching chang chong jail cell you post from. 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:38 | 3137007 AnAnonymous
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Sure. Anyone has to go to the Flushing Queens to see how my observation is wrong.

Oh wait, I understand now. GWB was not an inarticulated president. He simply tried to speak mandarin Chinese.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 23:08 | 3139524 Matt
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There are many languages in this world. To facilitate communication between people, there must be a common language. English seems to be the best candidate. Besides, you need to speak English to fly an airplane, so might as well learn.

I do not think people should lose their own language; I just think that it would be better if people retain their native tongue, and then learn English as a second language.

Chinese is a terrible language (as a candidate for international communication, not as a primary regional language), since most Chinese only know a small fraction of their own characters and have too much difference even between their own regional dialects. 

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:44 | 3137025 TheFourthStooge-ing
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Being a Chinese citizenism citizen, AnAnonymous avoids any association with the word "flushing".

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:56 | 3136260 TheFourthStooge-ing
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It is certainly an issue but not for Chinese citizenism citizens.

Chinese citizenism citizens developed the procedure to solve this issue the Chinese citizenism citizen way.

-pour that too much of people onto all of the earth.

Chinese citizenism citizens are triggering a new wave of colonization.

The issue for European nations: the Chinese citizenism project "Blobbing Up Europe".

This crisis has confirmed this region of the world on that path and Chinese citizenism citizens would be stupid to let this opportunity ruin.

Anywhere they will drop down their pantaloons the roadside on, they will consider themselves the elected of the land who must be handed down the best the place has to offer. Dont expect them to merge with the locals. They will require the locals to speak their language, take up their roadside excretory habits etc.

Tension to come. A demand for unencumbered roadsides from this Chinese citizenism citizens who will drop their Brown Baby Maos prodigiously.

Chinese citizenism citizens will step in and wok the dogs of all third countries to offer the best stir fried canine in spicy ginger sauce.

As Chinese citizenism citizens advocate bigger than biggest is still not enough, they even managed to get much more than blobbing up.

Something left on the side of the road but that is bigger than biggest when one considers all Chinese citizenism mantra is sure to clog up the street sweeping equipment.

Quite a lot of stinking to come, courtesy of Chinese citizenism blobbing up brown roadside pingoism.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:01 | 3136291 AnAnonymous
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Chinese poured their too much of people over the world?

'Americans' led by their desperate drive for symetry...

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 14:39 | 3137275 akak
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Lead-tainted playthings and slow-roasted kittens
Black cooking marmites and foul public shittins'
Denial, bigotry and middle class kings
These are a few of my favorite things

Crap-covered roadsides and crisp Szechuan puppies
Truncheons and sweat shops and Chink neo-yuppies
Rare tiger penis that makes big the shwing
These are a few of my mattering things

When the dog woks
When the prole shites
When I'm feeling sad
I simply remember my favorite theme:
That every 'American' is bad.

Dead female fetuses on toxic waste mountains
Resource depletion and shit-tainted fountains
Naked hypocrisy and trolling in spring
These are a few of my blobbing-up things

Citizenism and insanitation
The criminal rape of the Tibetan nation
Circular arguments that run 'round in rings
These are a few of my favorite things

When I troll blogs
When my butt stinks
When I'm feeling mad
I simply remember my mattering thing:
That every 'American' is bad.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 15:33 | 3137634 L G Butz PhD
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^^^gets my vote for comment of the day

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:23 | 3136081 Son of Loki
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Experts predict house price plunge to continue


"Today's forecast from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) predicts that average house prices here will keep falling,...."

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Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:28 | 3136103 Rentenmark
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Unemployment is bullish because it encites riots.  Riots produce lots of broken windows (and broken other things).  Repairing broken windows creates jobs!  We should be jealous of all the economic potential these high unemployment regions have.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 10:47 | 3136215 Southern_Patriot
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Totally way off topic. Just reaching out to fellow patriots. Alex Jones could use your help in the Twitter-verse. After last nights death threats to Alex by Piers and company, everyone is taking shots at Alex. Even Glenn Beck. If you don't have a twitter, get one and join in on the conversations PLEASE. 

Most of these panty waste on the left are calling for those who hold true to the Constitution, to be shot. Follow the hashtag NRA and watch the trend Alex Jones.

I have a feeling there will be an updated US heat map

Piers Morgan and Guests Discuss Shooting Alex Jones

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 13:37 | 3136991 farmerjohn2112
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Alex Jones made a fool of himself. The pro-gun lobby should run away, screaming. He appeared not a 'patriot' but as the poster jester for mandatory sanity checks.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:01 | 3136294 sodbuster
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I don't think there is a problem- look at where most of the darkest colors are at- today's youth are content, just to sit at the beach, check out the topless chicks, and try and get a little action. Not so sure they may not have the right idea.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:05 | 3136319 smacker
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The powder keg that is becoming pressurised by yoof unemployment does not worry me per se, because even huge numbers of older people agree with the view of tearing down the current political/corporate system which has now disappeared up its own anal orifice through corruption, vested interests, corporatism and everything else that is wrong.

What does worry me is that young people very often tend to be politically Left-leaning fools who believe in statism and the fair share syndrome. Whereas older folks have often learnt the hard way that neither actually work to improve national prosperity because at the end of the day there will always be inequality.

So having torn down the status quo, there will be another battle over what to replace it with. This might polarize the nation by age or class.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 14:16 | 3137157 Totentänzerlied
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"Whereas older folks have often learnt" absofuckinlutely nothing and continuously prove this by voting, in vast numbers, for ever more statism and "fair share"-ing, because they too are credulous, gotsta-get-me-mine, mo'free shit-loving cryptosocialist imbeciles.

Forward geriatric Soviet!

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 20:24 | 3139010 smacker
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Erm. I appreciate that some people are politically Left from cradle to crave and want to live on the taxpayer all their life. But I also believe many people - who may lean towards the Left in their younger lfe because they own little in the way of assets/wealth and want a share of other peoples' - move towards the Right as they get older and accumulate stuff themselves. That's what I was getting at. The only other issue to mention is whether the Right is genuinely of the Right at all nowadays, or whether it's just another face of socialism working towards ever bigger government.

Wed, 01/09/2013 - 11:19 | 3136382 pashley1411
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Seems a rather nice descriptive chart that, when an economy is in a crisis, economic activity retracts from the edges and focuses on the center.   There are advantages in being in the EU of course, but in Athens, Seville, and Sicily, you live at the tail end of the whip. 

Back in the not-so-distant past, the way you got those angry kids off the streets was to give them a weapon and march on your neighbors.   We'll see how retro the 21st century becomes.


Wed, 01/09/2013 - 14:10 | 3137131 Totentänzerlied
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Things change. Maybe in the past unemployed males of all ages were liable to get antsy, but today there's 1000 channels of cable news, more websites than people, facebook, online dating, endless porn, free music and movies and shows, essentially free car and student loans, credit cards, welfare, the military, the largest prison population on earth, cheap drugs (licit and illicit), videogames, and an infinitely dysfunctional culture of envy and laziness.

However, if anyone is not reassured by the above statement, there is always the silver bullet option:
Wed, 01/09/2013 - 22:14 | 3139386 The Fonz...befo...
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Don't worry for the wars that they have planned...there will be plenty of front line jobs available for the ganged
Problem solved

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