Monthly Archives: January 2014

$1.5Bn Goldman Sachs Deal Demolishes Danish Ruling Coalition – 31 January 2014

RT logoDenmark’s minority government lost its coalition member in pushing through the parliament an approval for highly unpopular deal, which will sell a share in state-owned energy giant DONG to fifth-largest US bank, Goldman Sachs.

There is public resistance to the deal in Denmark, with an online petition against it approaching a record 200,000 signatures.

The Socialist People’s Party (SF) walked out of the ruling coalition ahead of the parliamentary vote on Thursday, which approved the purchasing a 19 percent stake by a Sachs-controlled consortium for $1.5 billion.

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John Ward – World Economy: Yes, It’s Good News In A Bad Sort Of Way – 31 January 2014

JohnWAmerica’s economy grew strongly in the fourth quarter as gdp increased at the annual equivalent of 3.2pc.

But it was a slowdowning sort of strong growth compared to the third quarter. And it was largely down to consumer spending. The quarter having contained Christmas. Yes, lots and lots of lovely cheap imports for everyone to buy. That’ll be the deficit sorted, then.

However, the Ben ‘n’ Yellen Show just tapered off another $10bn, and still things are OK, the sky hasn’t fallen in. Continue reading

Dana Mrkich – When A Mad Man Is At The Helm – 31 January 2014

Dana Colour Pic NewOne of my favourite quotes is by Leslie Parrish-Bach: “Suppose they gave a war and no-one came.”

I am being reminded tonight of the way in which people give away their authority to the person in charge, usually for fear of losing their jobs or status or lives or sometimes just because we are taught not to question a leader.

As our political leader here in Australia is making one detrimental decision after another I feel like saying to the members of his party: “When a mad man is at the helm, stop rowing the boat!” Continue reading

Ute Posegga-Rudel – Messages From The Realms Of Light – From The Andromeda Galaxy : You Are Blessed With New Empowerment – 31 January 2014

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 815 – Deadline Headlines With Jack Blood – 31 January 2014

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Jack Blood of and the newly-relaunched Jack Blood Show at joins us to go over the latest news and headlines from around the world. This month we cover the State of the Union 2014, new police technologies at the Super Bowl and elsewhere, and the purge of top military officials that continues to occur as a new wave of sexual misconduct charges ousts more top brass. Continue reading

Steve Lendman – America’s Criminal Afghanistan Legacy – 31 January 2014

StevelendmanOver 12 years of war left millions dead. Violence, displacement, deprivation, starvation and diseases killed them.
Many others suffer horrifically. Media scoundrels ignore high crimes of war, against humanity and genocide. America turned Afghanistan into a wasteland.
No end of conflict looms. It can continue for another decade or longer. It’ll do so as long as America is involved.

Polarity & Oneness Versus Duality & Separation – By Alaenura – 31 January 2014

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TheTelegraph – CES: First 3D Printer To Make Food Revealed – 31 January 2014

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The first food-safe 3D printer capable of printing sweets is shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

3D printing devices are already being used to make all sorts of components – but none of them edible.

See video at original article link: link to original article – Graphene Circuit Ready For Wireless – 31 January 2014

Graphene, one of the world’s thinnest electronic nanomaterials, has long held the promise as a wonder material in everything from flexible touchscreens to super-fast circuits. It’s that interest in semiconductors that led my team to build the world’s most advanced, fully functional integrated circuit made of wafer-scale graphene – 10,000 times better performance than previously reported efforts.Read more at: / link to original article

DealBook – Banks Could Still Face Tougher Capital Requirements To Prevent Crises – 31 January 2014



FRANKFURT — Ever since the end of the 2008 financial crisis, the world’s leaders have searched for ways to shore up the banking system.

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