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Chart Of The Day: Global Youth Unemployment

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We have some bad news... for Africa: according to the latest data released by the International Labor Organization, your youth unemployment problem is almost as bad as that of Europe.

Maybe more to the point, just what is it about those bracing Mediterranean sea breezes (not to mention mandated Eurozone "political capital" and relentlessly liberating - of one's job - globallization) that makes the young people in the adjoining countries choose to do pretty much anything but work?

Source: ILO

 

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Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:35 | 4803536 NoDecaf
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Greenland is looking good.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:37 | 4803545 Xibalba
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Kazakhstan as well

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:41 | 4803555 Grande Tetons
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Looks like living on land masses is bad. The oceans seem the place to be. 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:59 | 4803612 ACP
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Mexico is looking good...oh yeah, all their youth is in the US, which is not doing quite as well.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:54 | 4803977 Antifaschistische
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if Obama would just insist these countries initiate a $15 minimum wage, just think how much better they'd all be.

I know many ZHer's have experienced 2nd and 3rd worlds.   I'm always humbled by the people who get up every morning and ask themselves the question "what am I going to do today to make a little itty bit of money to put a little food on my little table tonight."   The answer is always the same.  "ANYTHING!!"

Then, I look at my very own family, friends, kids of friends, etc.   Last week I hear a 20 year old game junkie say "there's no way I would stock shelves at Bed Bath and Beyond for $8.50/hour".    So, sit at home and play games he does.  Completely oblivious to the reality that 4 billion people in the world would work an entire day for $8.50 if they had the opportunity.

It's painful to watch.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:22 | 4804409 SafelyGraze
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the chart is not correct

employment in south africa is booming 

ever since economic sanctions restored order and prosperity to it

hugs,
nelson's sign-language translator's selfie 

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:16 | 4804455 DoChenRollingBearing
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I note that Peru and Paraguay have low rates of youth unemployment...  Might those be interesting destinations for people thinking of a "Plan B" move?  Hmm.

In an extraordinary series of emails (for a Bearing Guy anyway), I recently received some excellent correspondence from a family VERY interested in moving to Paraguay, yes, Paraguay,  Turns out that economy is booming!

"Plan B Countries and Thoughts"

http://goo.gl/CLMVUe

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:43 | 4804527 The_Prisoner
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Paraguay has an interesting history. Back in the 19th century they were developing fast into a relatively industrialised nation. The British empire wouldn't have it, so they used Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina as proxy to destroy Paraguay.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paraguayan_War

I have never visited Paraguay and would be interested in finding out if the locals have a different cultural values from Brazilians and Argentines, which I know to be oligarchical-collectivists.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:45 | 4804544 DoChenRollingBearing
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The family I have been in touch with as well as a Paraguyan-American I know here both say that to this day Paraguayans don't like Brazilians.

I was in Paraguay only once, and it was a long time ago (1985), I rather liked it (good food, nice people), but, wow did it ever feel remote...  That may now be a part of its charm, though it seems things are heating up (growing, building roads & infrastructure).

It seems that Paraguay is now a "beacon of freedom" (at least economically) in their region, which as you said, is falling into sloppy Socialism.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 06:57 | 4804778 Tompooz
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Countries with high unemployement and super-low asset prices are the ones to consider when making the "plan B" move. Officialdom tends to embrace you and contractors will kiss your feet.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 02:17 | 4804573 COSMOS
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Aparently Georgio Bushwacker things its a good place.  He and his family bought a huge ranch right there sitting on top of one of the world's biggest aquifers.  If that prick thinks its a good buy, it must be since his daddy makes those big decisions.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 10:20 | 4805472 Cathartes Aura
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occupied territory, no extradition treaty,

In July 2005, military aid in the form of U.S. Special Forces began arriving at Paraguay's Mariscal Estigarribia air base, a sprawling complex built in 1982.

the Bush Crime Family always plans for their futures.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 02:40 | 4804592 MBB
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You must be very high on something illegal to think that. Unless you left off the sarcasm notation.

 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:36 | 4804111 wee-weed up
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"Mexico is looking good..."

Sure... as long as you have no problem with being decapitated by a local drug cartel.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:41 | 4803558 johngaltfla
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Plenty of work available in the Republic of Georgia and its breakaway republics. Contact any US based mercenary group for more information on overseas travel to the Ukraine, Georgia, or some Ebola infested African shithole....

 

Putin’s Indecisiveness Comes Home to Roost: Attempted Coup in Abkhazia

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:23 | 4803685 FieldingMellish
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Borat's sister No. 2 prostitute all Kazakhstan.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:26 | 4804421 IRC162
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Then one day,  he break his cage and he GET this,  and we all laugh.  HIGH FIVE! 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:18 | 4804055 No Zbig Deal
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wow...Before I got down to the comments I was looking at pop density by country. Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Greenland, and my fav...Guyana. Might be time for a 55gal barrel of spf 40 for me

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:43 | 4803565 JenkinsLane
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Nepal's looking so good it's gotta wear shades.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:21 | 4803678 garypaul
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I know. This chart is bullshit. Come on, India youth doing better than Canadian? I think it's a matter of comparing apples to oranges.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:28 | 4803703 johngaltfla
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Indian youth want to work. Canadian youth want to eat biscuits and drink beer on government welfare while playing the sitar.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:39 | 4803728 Kprime
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American yoots want to eat Taco Bell and drink beer on food stamps while surfing.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:42 | 4803743 FredFlintstone
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I thought it was shrimp or lobster.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:00 | 4803820 ACP
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That would be shrimp AND lobster.

Must gluttonify.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:25 | 4803908 johngaltfla
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American yoots want to eat Taco Bell and drink beer on food stamps while surfing FOR PORN.

Fixed it for ya.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:37 | 4803727 Kprime
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Apples VS Oranges

1.  Both Round

2.  Both have fructose (oranges have more)

3.  Alcohol, Hard Apple Cider VS the screwdriver

4.  Both grow on trees

5.  Both served as breakfast juice

6.  Only one keeps the DR away. it's as American as _____ pie.

 

 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:19 | 4803672 Smegley Wanxalot
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Gilligan's Island is looking the best. I have a job for Mary Ann.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:50 | 4803777 forexskin
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where's Jeannie in all this?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:33 | 4804100 Smegley Wanxalot
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I would keep her employed in the bottle ... when Tony Nelson is away.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 02:19 | 4804575 COSMOS
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smegley get your D**K out of that Bottle for God's sake the Jeanie can't breathe!!!!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:03 | 4803992 IronForge
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They're suffering from suicides in Greenland because there "are" no metropolitian jobs there. 

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:04 | 4804367 Aussiekiwi
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at last a workable solution.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 11:06 | 4805640 Monty Burns
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Greenland is looking good.

 

So is the Congo.  What's the secret to their success, I wonder?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:48 | 4803581 Goldilocks
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American Mind Control in Baghdad

Spooks use technology "proved" on one-million dead Africans

Copyright Joe Vialls, 29 May 2003

~//~
      
           During the late afternoon of 6 April 1994, a hail of cannon shells tore through the fuselage of a commercial airliner flying overhead central Rwanda. Several seconds later the blazing plane exploded on impact with the ground, killing President Habyarimana of Rwanda, President Ntaryamira of Burundi, and most of their senior government officials. In that fatal millisecond of time, the entire political command structure of central Africa was decapitated,  leaving the way open for “Operation Crimson Mist”,  the most obscene terminal mind control experiment ever mounted by the United States of America against a sovereign nation. That “Crimson Mist” has been used again recently on a smaller scale in Iraq, is now beyond doubt.

            As Habyarimana and his colleagues made their death dive, a small group of American men and women lounged around in a large hut at the edge of a discreet gravel airstrip a few miles from the Rwandan capital Kigali, temporary home for their three unmarked C-130 Hercules transport planes. All crewmembers carried forged credentials showing them as  “atmospheric researchers” employed by an authentic civilian American agency, but these were only for emergency identification if one of the aircraft was forced to make an unscheduled landing on unfriendly territory. For all practical security purposes, neither they nor their three large aircraft were even in Africa.

            When news of the presidential crash came in over the VHF radio, one of the Hercules planes was swiftly prepared for take off. The flight engineer checked the attachment of the RATO [Rocket Assisted Takeoff] packs, while the scientists made final adjustments to a large microwave dish mounted on the rear loading ramp of the aircraft. It was this strange and esoteric piece of equipment alone that would directly contribute to the deaths of more than one million African civilians during the hundred days that followed. Though completely silent in operation, the single microwave dish had more killing potential than a whole squadron of AC-130 Spectre gunships armed with fifty Gatling cannons.

            Though officially tagged an “experiment”, none of those present had any doubt that this was merely a cosmetic cover for the gruesome operational work ahead.  Each member had been carefully vetted and then vetted again by US Intelligence to ensure they had the “right stuff”, and were philosophically committed to two objectives. First was the evolving need to control or eliminate political dissent by remote means in the run up to the 21st Century, and second was the need to stem or reverse massive population increases across the world, which threatened to overwhelm existing natural resources, especially water and food. Intrinsically this required a willingness to commit mass murder, and everyone present had passed this critical test with flying colors.

            As the Hercules’ engines started with a roar, American agents in Kigali were working alongside local civil servants and members of the Rwandan security service, ramping up public suspicion about foul play in the presidential air crash. Urged on by corrupt officialdom, Hutu tribesmen started marching on Tutsi tribesmen and threw a few rocks at them. Innocent enough at the outset, although with a few nasty machete cuts here and there. But then the C-130 Hercules made a carefully-calculated pass directly over the advancing Hutu, and they suddenly went berserk.  Eyes glazed, the mood of the Hutu crowd went from simple anger to uncontrollable rage, and within minutes, hundreds of assorted Tutsi body parts were flying through the air.

~//~

           What the Hercules crew had just achieved has been an open secret since the late fifties, when researchers accidentally discovered that there is a precise “control” brain wave for literally everything we do, and for everything we feel. The problem back then was that each of these control brain waves [rage, fear, panic, lethargy, vomiting and so on] had to be transmitted with an accuracy taken out to three decimal places, or they simply did not work at all. But as the years rolled by, and with the advent of transistors and microprocessors, the operational application of precise control brain waves became practical reality.

            It is important to note here that the lethal trick repeated hundreds of times by the C-130 Hercules in Rwanda during April – July 1994,  was not “classic mind control” in the ultimate conspiratorial meaning of the term, i.e. where people claim to hear complicated messages inside their heads, or where it is feared that the NSA [or similar] intend to turn everyone into helpless Zombies by implanting electronic chips in their arms or necks. What the C-130 crew were actually engaged in was “electromagnetically augmenting” a preexisting state. Remember that the agents and security service personnel first had to point the Hutu tribesmen in the direction of the Tutsi, induce reasonable anger, and make sure they were appropriately armed. Only then could the C-130 go to work with the precise control brain wave of “rage”, augmenting and thus upgrading crowd behavior from that of angry demonstrators to uncontrollable genocidal maniacs. Although not “classic”, this was and is unquestionably mind control, for the simple reason that external means were being used to force an irresistible change in behavior.

            For those who really want to know how governments or agencies change public behavior on a whim, the explanation is not too complicated, though obtaining details of the classified control brain frequencies is all but impossible. Various academics have actually demonstrated some of these effects quasi-publicly over the years, which provides hard reality for skeptics.

             One of the leading lights in this field is Dr. Elizabeth Rauscher-Bise, who was a nuclear scientist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and at Stanford Research Institute, Professor of Physics at John F. Kennedy University of California, research consultant to NASA and the U.S. Navy, and a member of IEEE, APS, AAAS, MAA, ANA, AAMI. Elizabeth Rauscher-Bise identified specific frequency effects to induce nausea, happiness and many other behavioral states decades ago. Clearly, Dr. Rauscher-Bise is an enthusiast: "Give me the money and three months", she boasts, "and I'll be able to affect the behavior of 80 per cent of the people in this town without their knowing it. Make them happy - or at least they'll think they're happy. Or aggressive."

            Unlike many researchers in this field, Elizabeth Rauscher-Bise tends to be open about her work, has demonstrated the effects many times in quasi-public forums, and claims to experiment only on fully informed people. Many years ago during one memorable demonstration in California, she turned a specific brain wave on all students in the left-side of her auditorium, whereupon their teeth started chattering collectively and uncontrollably. When the unaffected students on the right-side of the auditorium suggested this might be some sort of trick, Elizabeth Rauscher-Bise calmly turned  the specific brain wave on them instead. The right-side now suffered exactly the same fate, watched by the stunned but no longer affected students on the left-side.

            The main problem lies in the delivery of the these brain waves to the target, because  they all lie in the extremely low spectrum, between 0.1 and 25 Hertz [Cycles], with all control brain waves in an even narrower central band between 0.6 and 10.2 Hertz. These are effectively the same as “earth” frequencies, meaning that they are very hard to direct via conventional radio transmission. Remember that in order to be effective in selective crowd behavior augmentation, you must be able to restrict delivery to clearly defined crowds in clearly defined areas.  This is achieved by using an extremely high frequency microwave beam, which is then amplitude modulated at exactly the same rate as the desired control brain wave. This is much easier to explain with pictures, so take a good look at the diagram below.

~//~

           Microwaves in the 1.0 to 3.0 Gigahertz range travel in perfectly straight lines, like light, making them easy to control in terms of direction, and regardless of power output. In most cases microwaves are transmitted by a dish aerial of the sort you frequently see located low down on a tall television transmitter mast. These are designed to transfer high volume electronic data between the television studio and transmitter, and vice versa.  Where the American “Mind Controllers” score with their airborne and truck mounted equipment is by using microwave aerials that can be adjusted, in exactly the same way as you would adjust the focus on a variable beam flashlight. How this is done is shown in the second diagram below.

~//~

           In the Rwandan Hutu tribesmen example shown at the start of this report, the crew of the C-130 Hercules only needed to know the width of the target crowd on the ground, and the width of their own microwave beam at any given true altitude in feet [as read directly from the radar altimeter]. With those two values available, it is then a simple matter to adjust beam width to  accurately bracket the target crowd from any altitude chosen.

            But this equipment is not just deployed in large lumbering Hercules transport planes. During recent weeks, European security experts have concluded that smaller versions of Crimson Mist were recently deployed on the street of Baghdad, designed in part to augment the media propaganda line that  Iraqi citizens are dangerous savages, all badly in need of direct supervision by “democratic” American authorities. One classic example of this was the “looting” of the Baghdad Museum, apparently by a crowd of undisciplined rabble, but video footage tells a very different story.

            To pull off this stunt the American authorities needed to assemble a crowd, managed quite easily with a promise of free food. Then they needed to place the crowd outside the museum, which again was easy because they located the free food outside the museum itself. Next up,  the attention of the crowd had to be drawn to the museum itself, which was achieved in spectacular fashion by firing two 120-mm shells from an Abrams tank gun straight through the main doors.

            Fine so far, but how to get them inside? The video shows two soldiers gesticulating to the crowd, urging them to go in and help themselves, thereby clearly identifying the target “Rwanda-style”.  Then it starts to get really interesting! The two soldiers rapidly withdraw, leaving the Iraqis standing leaderless outside the open doors, and  then CLICK, just like flicking a light switch, the entire crowd goes nuts absolutely simultaneously, which never happens in real life. In the real world there is always a leader visibly stirring up the crowd and preparing them for action, but not outside the Baghdad Museum. One second these folk are dull hungry Iraqis, next second they are instant uncontrollable maniacs streaming in though the museum doors.

            It is also suspected that the same equipment was used to augment the “looting attacks” on various hospitals around central Baghdad, though this claim seems to be based as much on logic as it is on video footage. These so-called “looters” are Iraqi citizens who received essentially free health care in the hospitals under Saddam Hussein. Not only that, but their wives and children are being bombed and shot by Americans, meaning that their free hospitals are absolutely essential to them, and thus the very places they would normally defend in the first instance. Bearing this logic in mind, it seems likely that the European security experts are also correct in this claim.

~//~

           While there is unlikely to be very much concern in America,  Britain and Australia for the plight of Iraqis on the streets of Baghdad, it may be time to examine what is likely to happen in our own “democratic” countries if things get more out of control than they are at present. Remember that the 2.2-million-strong demonstration in London just before the illegal invasion of Iraq, had little if anything to do with English folk liking Saddam Hussein.  Iraq was merely an excuse for this unprecedented mass of human beings to migrate to London waving banners that mostly read “Not in Our Name” at corrupt politicians.

            The bottom line is that the next time 2.2 million British citizens descend on the capital to have a go at the politicians [their real targets], they might be carrying something far more dangerous than banners. Every policeman and military man knows very well that a 2.2 million strong mass with hostile intent, simply cannot be stopped by standard riot control techniques, and they cannot be stopped by bullets fired by soldiers on the streets. Even if British soldiers could be persuaded to open fire on their own neighbors [most unlikely],  the entire Army would be powerless to act. So what then?

            Across the Atlantic in America, and in Australia, things are really no better. As I write, the American dollar is heading straight for basement levels, which in turn will lead to a depression and increased anger on the part of all Americans, aimed largely at corrupt politicians on Capitol Hill. Naturally the politicians will try to put the people down as usual, but what if this time it is a step too far. What if a few hundred or few thousand of the 260 million private weapons in American hands are brought into play, what then?

            The chances are that in all affected western countries, politicians and their real masters will try to invoke the use of highly unconventional weapons in order to try and save their own worthless hides.  How successful they might be when that day comes, as it surely will, is largely up to you.

__________

 

Bachman Turner Overdrive You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet Lyrics
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XZWgHNcUeA (3:58)

 

 

 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:48 | 4803762 forexskin
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mmmm..... getting an irresistable image.... wait for it...

 

TINFOIL HATS!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:16 | 4804249 Fred123
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Africans don't need a mind-control ray to go on a murdering rampage, it comes naturally.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 11:08 | 4805656 Monty Burns
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Have you or Joe Vialls any evidence for this?  Or is that a silly question?

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 14:05 | 4806489 kurt
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Hey Li'l Fellers!

Aldous Huxley Senior worked with the Nazis in preparing the Hitler speech auditoriums. Large speakers lined the back of the venue. They were tuned to 10 HZ. It was proven that this frequency prevents critical thinking and exaggerates emotional responses. 

Flash foreward 2014. Most young people have installed "subs" in their home entertainment centers and many have done so in their cars. You've no doubt heard the "bumba boom boom"? Sub woofers mean "under" woofers, like sub-marine. 

It has been said that the Devil is required to tell the people what he is going to do before he does it.

You've been told. 

Next false flag as you sit crying in front of your television with your surround sound on, listen to the impassioned speech, how it moves you. Then, DO WHAT THEY TELL YOU TO DO AND BELIEVE WHAT YOU ARE TOLD! If you don't the blood rage frequency is next.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:54 | 4803593 Thirtyseven
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Bolivia, lookin' good.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:53 | 4804460 Bear
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Greenland, that's the place to be

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:57 | 4803608 machineh
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no yoot, no problem

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:25 | 4803692 Kprime
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whass a yoot, vinny?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 19:59 | 4803614 Make_Mine_A_Double
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USSA yute unemployment is probably as bad as Italy's or Spain. It is disguised by BS student loans for lesbian studies and basket weaving so the shitheads can hide in the Ivory Tower and McJobs at part time min wage. Add that to .gov juicing the stats to the point where they are laughable and you will end up with around 20-30% unemployment for 18-26 cohort.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:25 | 4803691 kaiserhoff
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Title 9 guarantees there will always be scholarships for Lesbian rugby, and Virginia has a women's polo team.  Run that through your cost/benefit computer.

Great higgly piggly.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:06 | 4803840 Sheppy
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60%+ for black kids. Why hire a black kid at McDoobage when I can hire a 45 yr mother of 3 who can't read, but really really needs that job, and would never quit because there's a lean party at their homies house... Then they can demand $27/hr for running the fries. I say pay them $85/hr and drop prices to 1940's levels. Those evil rich slobs can afford the losses without hurting the middle class or poor at all!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00 | 4803616 NoWayJose
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It is always dangerous when world leaders think that they have too many young men...

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:10 | 4803627 williambanzai7
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US tie with Russia.

And the Chinese have higher youth employment.

Of course, we won the Cold War.

The youth of Greece, Italy and Spain can look at this chart and pat themselves on the back for being a bunch of fucking pansies.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:04 | 4803999 Portuguese Revo...
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Don't forget Portugal and Ireland... http://chartingfinancials.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/europe-countries-w...

In Ireland 10% of the population fled between '08 and the end of last year. Of course those that left were the best and brightest (in general). Portugal is also suffering the same fate.

No hope for a future in these Euro-Psycho-Lands.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:11 | 4803647 sangell
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But African can always leave and invade Europe to improve their situation. Where can Europeans go to improve their's?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:22 | 4804268 effendi
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For those who have not been paying attention over the past 7 years. Multiple millions of unemployed people have migrated within Europe. Places like England and Germany have many bright and hard working Polish, Spanish,Irish, Greek etc people. Often they have university degrees and speak 3 or more languages. Recruiters are looking for the cream and more than a few have advanced degrees and industry experience.

Also many Spanish and Portugese people are migrating to South America. Here in Australia I have had at least a dozen young Irish men and women as co-workers who have been here for a few months to a few years. None plan on going back to live in Ireland 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:22 | 4803681 fukidontknow
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Stupid Greeks - in NZ we keep youth unemployment down by getting the kids into a government guaranteed f$^%ing ginormous student loan. Yay us #winning.  

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:23 | 4803684 BudFox2012
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Nonsense.  There are plenty of jobs available to African youths.  You can be a school girl sex slave in Nigera, an AK toting 12 year old soldier in your local dicator's army, an aids incubator, a UN manual mine field clearer, a drone test target for Africom, or mine resources for pennies a day from your local Chinese corporation.  The opportunities are endless!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:25 | 4803690 FieldingMellish
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Health benefits suck balls though.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:36 | 4803724 ParkAveFlasher
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Yes, they do, direcly from that endless supply of protein.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:49 | 4803772 forexskin
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does ebola count as extra protein?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:12 | 4804235 IridiumRebel
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I'll have to check with the local MugabeCare provider.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:07 | 4804378 Aussiekiwi
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Is this where Soylent Green comes from?

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:17 | 4803878 Dre4dwolf
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Should really stop using that style map, greenland looks bigger like its half the size of russia+ for gods-sake, people grow up their entire life and don't even know what the planet really looks like.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gall%E2%80%93Peters_projection

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:52 | 4803973 dsty
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thst dont look right, all squashed up and all at the top and all stretched out at the bottom

i think its a girl thing

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:38 | 4804114 25or6to4
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And here I'm thinking that Denmark has the second largest land mass in the world. Thanks!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:43 | 4804328 Maxter
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The Gall–Peters projection deforms the continents, so its not really better then the mercator one. It shoes the true relative size of the continent though.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:01 | 4804478 Dre4dwolf
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Better than what they teach kids with, if the govt maps were real, the planet would be almost three times bigger than it actually is.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 02:58 | 4804608 Bearwagon
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Listen up, people, then I'll tell you a thing about it: If you really want to know what the planet looks like - use a terrestrial globe! NO projection comes even close ... and you can use it as a bedside lamp, too. :)

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 21:51 | 4803972 HUGE_Gamma
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why work if your not going to make any money?

 

 

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:17 | 4804048 JailBanksters
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So all you have to do then, is kick the Rothchilds to the curb and the country will prosper. Jesus was right.

And if you overlayed crime rates, they need to spend less money on unemplyment and spend more money on crime prevention

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 22:42 | 4804136 25or6to4
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Spitzbergen has no youth unemployment? Everbody move there!

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:07 | 4804213 toadold
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Looks like Keynesian Krony Kanabalism of the youth...and the old....and the middle aged.  Kan't those African kids get jobs at Harvard??  

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:16 | 4804251 limacon
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There has always been an overproduction of young males .

What to do with them ?

Usually , they are used up as war-fodder .

Tech societies use them as geeks .

Create wealth , get rich , show the jocks .

If there is no real work for them , you have the same problem Lois VIIII had with his young men . 

 

Probably the same solution . 

To seek glory in the cannon's mouth .

Unless you use the Ostrum solution .

 

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Thu, 05/29/2014 - 02:50 | 4804600 trader1
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Big Think Interview With Elinor Ostrom

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8CXgBSQhcA

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 23:44 | 4804332 yogibear
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Usually the leaders send them to war. When their young their too naive to figure out their there to kill or be killed.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 08:13 | 4804928 AdvancingTime
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We might be predicting more wars as the sad solution to this problem. Ugly indeed.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 00:06 | 4804372 Aussiekiwi
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If the young would just be patient and wait 20 to 30 years they would be middle aged, no problem then getting a job. In the meantime Taco Bell, Beer and food stamps for everyone.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:47 | 4804546 q99x2
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For them to survive most of us have to die off.

Nothing like millions of idle young intelligent minds with nothing but forks and knives (no food) to turn them into us.

YeeeeeeeeeeHaaaaaaaaaa everyone is hoping and changing.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 01:51 | 4804548 katchum
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Who needs to work these days, we are living in an era where working is not needed anymore. Everything is so efficient that ultimately, we can live for free.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 08:11 | 4804918 AdvancingTime
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Sadly many people are taking to that thought. Few Americans ever really work through the numbers but fact is if you can get enough from the Government in disability, unemployment, or some other kind of welfare why even jeopardize that income by thinking about taking a job.

For all the moaning about how it is not enough and those living on the dole are forced into a life of poverty in fact those that suffer greatly often do so because of poor spending choices rather then the amount they receive. Mor on living on the dole and how it is transforming society in the article below.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2013/06/living-on-dole.html

 

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 03:28 | 4804630 Pie rre
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I suppose if I were young, unemployed and desperate I could join the military to fight WW3. Yah, that's the plan.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 03:34 | 4804633 Perfecthedge
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We HAVE to keep the youth from working.  Who else would be on Farm Ville taking care of all that virtual lettuce? Come on, Mark Fuckberg desperately needs users, who else will keep him warm and feed?

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 03:38 | 4804634 Spungo
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Why does that map show Russia as being larger than Africa?
Russia - 17m km^2
Africa -  30m km^2 (76% larger)

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 03:55 | 4804650 Sambo
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Thats what happens when you peel off the surface of a sphere and stretch it into a rectangular shape for continuity. The regions closer to the poles get stretched and appear to look larger than they actually are.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 04:01 | 4804656 AnAnonymous
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Not only that but the unemployment is also told to be general as it is in Europe.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 05:50 | 4804709 Jano
Thu, 05/29/2014 - 03:50 | 4804645 Sambo
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I see a few white patches on that world youth unemployment map......oops, sorry, those are water bodies.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 04:03 | 4804654 Q-Q-Q
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My chart of the day, well someone elses actually......... but you get the point. Edit, wont post it unfortunately but a little more down for gold and then up, could be a big move coming when you least expect it!

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 05:39 | 4804706 dojufitz
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I thought Bono fixed all these issues.....

Geez.....

oh i remember...

...........................that was about poverty......

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 07:18 | 4804803 kurt
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JOBS JOBS JOBS JOBS in Mexico. I'm getting a small group together for $1000 a piece, I can arrange transportation across the border in avoidance of the Federales. We'll be crossing near Yuma Arizona into the Sonora desert in an unrefrigerated box truck. You will need to commit to at least one year labor in a garment factory. Housing and an expense account will be arranged. Sturdy shoes are recommended.

Thu, 05/29/2014 - 08:03 | 4804894 AdvancingTime
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Shocking! The implications of poor job creation are massive. The biggest may be that a huge number of people are dropping from the work force. Often these people have little in the way of savings, this means that the burden of caring for them will be transferred to society.

If to many people shift into this category we will slowly wear down through attrition. Finding a fair way to share and balance the work load that goes on every day may be one of the most important problems facing our modern world. Not discovering a solution to this dilemma bodes poorly for our consumer driven economy and adds to the toxic problem of inequality. More on this subject in the article below.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2013/09/implications-of-poor-job-creation...

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