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A Record Number of Americans Fear an Economic Crash and Our Adversaries Have Noticed
by KEVIN D. FREEMAN on JUNE 29, 2015
A recent poll suggests that the fear of an economic crash has never been greater with a record 72% of Americans claiming serious concern. Now, couple that with experts from the Bank of International Settlements saying that we are defenseless against the next financial crisis and you can see the potential for problems. Then, add the uncertainties caused by tectonic shifts in our national culture from rapid-fire Supreme Court decisions and new executive trading powers. Mix in a generous dosing of cyber exposure. Add a dash of Greek tragedy. Mix well.
Is there any wonder that people are concerned?
The stock market has more than tripled from the lows of 2009. People aren’t feeling the wealth, however. This may be because much of the post-2009 gain has gone to the very wealthy while the middle class has felt basically shut out. As a result, an increasing number of Americans have chosen to put their lives on hold, hoping for some personal evidence of economic progress. This is not a sign of strength.
From the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA):
Increasing Number of Americans Now Delaying Higher Education, Retirement and Starting a Family for Financial Reasons: AICPA SurveyMore than Half of Americans Delayed a Major Life Decision in Past Year for Financial Reasons Published June 25, 2015Contacts: James Schiavone, 212-596-6199 or email@example.com + Mitchell Slepian, 212-596-6177 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW YORK, (June 25, 2015) –Buying a home or starting a family are just a few of the major decisions that people might regard as milestones in their lives. However, a new survey found that a majority of American adults (51 percent) have delayed at least one important life decision in the last year due to financial reasons. This represents an increase of 20 percentage points from a similar survey conducted in 2007, when 31 percent of Americans reported delaying a major life event.
The new survey, conducted by phone for the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) by Harris Poll in March among 1,010 adults, found many of the specific life events Americans are delaying for financial reasons have more than doubled since the 2007 survey.
Those events include:
Now, if people were simply becoming more conservative, this might not be a problem. The reality is, however, that people are worried and delaying major events because they are stretched thin. Total debt has ballooned in recent years, reaching almost $60 trillion last year. While there has been some progress in credit card debt as a percentage of household income the gains have been more than offset by the explosion of student debt. Believe it or not, student debt surpassed credit card debt in importance in the year 2010 and has been growing rapidly ever since.
Student debt was just getting started five years ago. The explosion can be seen in the following Fed Chart that shows consumer loans owned by the Federal Government. The vast majority of this is student debt.
The sheer size of this problem is hard to grasp. High student debt levels can be devastating for individuals and catastrophic for the economy as a whole. This, in part, explains why it has seemed so hard to jumpstart the economy.
The bottom line is that it has not been economic prudence that has caused Americans to pull back in spending. That wouldn’t necessarily be such a bad thing. Unfortunately, it is massive debt (particularly student debt) that has strangled the potential for economic optimism.
So what does this have to do with economic warfare? Everything. The fact that Americans are so worried financially is further evidence of our vulnerability. Panicked people who are stretched to their limits are unprepared for a financial war. And the Russians and Chinese are well aware of these vulnerabilities. Five years ago, Citizens Against Government Waste made a commercial that was effectively banned from television. A YouTube survives, however.
Watching the Greek economy fail should be a warning of how debt puts the borrower at the mercy of the global system. Realizing that Russia and China are rapidly building alternative financial systems should make their intentions obvious.
We know that Russia and China have serious economic problems of their own–in many ways far worse than ours. But we also know that their people are better prepared for economic hardship in many respects.Americans are no longer hearty. We are vulnerable and our leadership is arrogant. That is a very bad combination.
Economic problems are not confined to Greece. There is pain around the world and much of the world is preparing for a global economic war. We should at least recognize the signs of the times.
10 Ways Iran Has Gutted the Nuclear DealIran is trying to maneuver the West into signing a deal that effectively lets the Islamic Republic call the shots.
BY MEIRA SVIRSKY
Mon, June 29, 2015
No Inspections of Military Sites
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei recently and unequivocally ruled out any inspections of its military sites. Such inspections were also ruled out by Iranian Chief of Staff Major-General Hassan Firouzabadi, who said visits by U.N. inspectors to Iranian military sites are "forbidden" and a "red line.” The Iranian parliament just proposed legislation banning inspection of any nuclear site that goes beyond “conventional” (i.e. non-military) visits.
However, a group of bipartisan experts, including Olli Heinonen, the former deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), say without the resolution of the possible nuclear dimensions (PMD) of Iran’s nuclear program – which necessarily would entail inspections – the agreement essentially allows Iran to remain a “nuclear threshold state.”
Immediate Cancellation of All Sanctions
Khamenei also recently demanded sanctions relief begin immediately upon the signing of the agreement. However, according to U.S. law, once an agreement is signed, sanctions cannot be lifted until the U.S. Congress reviews the document. Congress has 30 days to review any agreement.
Moreover, even when sanctions are lifted, a fact sheet issued by the U.S. State Department about the deal claims the sanctions will "snapback" instantly in response to Iranian violations of the deal. But tough international sanctions are not like a light-switch that can be flicked on and off.
The Iranian regime is already enticing Western companies with the prospect of lucrative contracts. Governments around the world will likely be willing to tolerate a nuclear-armed Iran when the dollars start rolling in to their economies.
No Speaking to Nuclear Scientists
Iran has nixed any speaking to its nuclear scientists by Western inspectors. “They say the right to interview nuclear scientists must be given,” Ayatollah Khamenei said, according to his website. “This means interrogation. I will not let foreigners come and talk to scientists and dear children of the nation who have developed this science up to this level.”
Yet, these “interrogations” are essential for the West to get a clear picture of the military component of Iran’s nuclear program. Documents suggest Iran has researched and made significant progress on nuclear warheads, nuclear ignition systems and other technologies related to nuclear warfare.
Restriction on Inspections
A recently released report, Verifying a Final Nuclear Deal with Iran, written by the former deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Olli Heinonen, states that for the agreement to be effective in real terms, verifiability must be a function of “unfettered,” “anywhere, anytime” access and not subject to any bureaucratic procedures which would give Iran time to alter the results of any inspections.
Yet, the Iranian parliament recently proposed legislation forbidding inspection that goes beyond “conventional” visits. Although this is clearly a way of banning inspections of military sites, the sponsor of the bill, Alaedin Boroujerdi, chairman of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee, said his bill was designed to insulate Iran’s negotiators from the West’s “excessive demands.”
No Freezing R&D
According to the framework agreement hammered out in Lausanne, Switzerland in April, Iran agreed to "limit domestic enrichment capacity and research and development... for ten years."
Yet last week, in a live speech televised across Iran, the Ayatollah declared, “Freezing Iran's research and development (R&D) for a long time, like 10 or 12, years is not acceptable.”
Limiting research and development of Iran’s nuclear technology is mentioned four separate times in the framework agreement, with R&D on advanced centrifuges under a 15-year R&D ban.
Retention of Centrifuges
Under the deal, Iran will decrease the amount of operating centrifuges however, not a single one will be destroyed. Iran's insistence on keeping the centrifuges is strong evidence that it wants to preserve the ability to produce nuclear weapons.
The Institute for Science and International Security says Iran can build nuclear weapons in six to 12 months with only 2,000 to 4,000 centrifuges operating.
Former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz also puts these numbers into perspective. He writes: "5,000 centrifuges are far too many for other peaceful purposes such as producing medical isotopes or fuel plates for the Tehran research reactor. Moreover, it would be far more economical for Iran to purchase reactor fuel rods, fuel plates, and medical isotopes from other countries."
Continuation of Uranium Enrichment
Iran will only enrich its uranium to a level of 3.67 percent. However, in the words of Iranian President Hasan Rouhani, "The country that can enrich to 3.5 percent will also have the capability to enrich it to about 90 percent.”
The initial enrichment to 3.5 percent is actually the hardest part of the enrichment process. It is 7/10ths of the way to becoming bomb fuel. Iran can make enrich to the 90 percent level in about 4.5 months, while others put the time frame as short as six weeks.
Retention of Uranium Stocks
Iran is refusing to ship some of its current uranium stock outside of the country. The State Dept.’s fact sheet says Iran will "reduce" its uranium stockpile of 10,000 kg to 300 kg but this isn't as positive as it sounds.
Previously, reducing this stockpile meant Iran converted this low-enriched uranium into an oxide unsuitable for nuclear weapons production. However, it can be converted back easily.
Two experts from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Belfer Centre for Science and International Affairs write, “The notion that this puts the material ‘beyond use for bombs’ is simply wrong. The conversion of oxide back to uranium hexafluoride (UF6) gas is not ‘time-consuming,’ is not necessarily ‘detectable,’ and is not particularly ‘technically demanding.’ ”
Retention of Nuclear Sites
Under the deal, Iran is allowed to keep every single nuclear site in place, even the underground Fordow site that was almost certainly constructed for making nuclear weapons.
There will no longer be uranium enrichment at the Fordow site, but 1,044 centrifuges will remain and only be used in the context of a nuclear physics center.
What this means it that if Iran decides to scrap the deal, it can still transport uranium to Fordow and immediately begin enriching with those centrifuges. The site can accommodate 3,000 centrifuges, so about another 2,000 could be shipped in and installed.
Breakout Time Deception
The deal is hinged on the fact that, under the agreement’s restrictions, the time that Iran needs to build a bomb will increase from the current estimate of two months to one year.
However, this claim was recently and unequivocally refuted by Professor Alan Kuperman, coordinator of the Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Project at the University of Texas at Austin.
In an article recently published in The New York Times, Kuperman proves that with the number of centrifuges Iran is allowed to retain under the agreement, combined with the amount of enriched uranium it takes to make a bomb, the Iranian breakout time under the agreement would only be three months.
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Meira Svirsky is the editor of ClarionProject.org
It’s Going To Be An Interesting Week: After The Chinese Stock Market Crash There Will Be A Margin Call On $370 Billion Dollars Worth Of Debt Next Week. Greece Likely To Default On Tuesday, 26 Trillion In Currency Derivatives At Risk!
BY IWB · JUNE 27, 2015
After The Chinese Stock Market Crash There Will Be A Margin Call On $370 Billion Dollars Worth Of Debt Next Week!!!
China’s stock markets tumbled on Friday to near bear territory further deepening the sell-off that started two weeks ago. The Shanghai Composite, down 7.4% on the day, has fallen 19% from its June 12 high wiping out $1.25 trillion in market cap. The smaller Shenzhen and ChiNet indices also has plunged 20% from its recent peak.
Even with recent declines, the Shanghai Composite Index has surged nearly 30% year-to-date. Authorities have allowed local investors to borrow tons of money from brokers to speculate in the stock market (i.e., Margin Lending), while the central bank PBOC has cut interest rates three times since November. Beijing also introduced new easing measures in the past couple of days: a proposal to remove a cap on banks’ loan-to-deposit ratio and injecting cash into the financial system.
Margin Debt Soared to $370 Billion
Investors have poured into the market, opening 33 million new brokerage accounts between the start of January and the end of May. According to Macquarie Research, Chinese margin debt has risen 123% year-to-date, reaching a new record of 2.3 trillion yuan ($370 billion) on June 18.
Margin debt in China has reached 8.5% of the value of China’s tradable shares (For comparison purpose, that ratio was only at 4.6% during the peak of the Taiwan Stock Market Bubble back in the late 80’s)…
So if you figure the markets are down roughly 10% across the board, you could be potentially talking about Chinese investors having to come up with about $37 Billion this week just to hold their positions…
If they sell instead of paying margin, then there will be another cascade downward next week…
Between this bubble beginning to pop, and Greece’s default it’s going to be an interesting week…
Greece is probably going to default on Tuesday
It looks like Greece is going to default.
On Saturday, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis left a meeting of euro zone finance ministers after failing to get an agreement to extend the current bailout deal until after a referendum next week.
A DAY OF RECKONING FOR THE EURO HAS ARRIVED – 26 TRILLION IN CURRENCY DERIVATIVES AT RISK
This is the month when the future of the eurozone will be decided
This is the month when the future of the eurozone will be decided. This week, Greek leaders will meet with European officials to discuss what comes next for Greece. The new prime minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, has already stated that he will not accept an extension of the current bailout. Officials from other eurozone countries have already said that they expect Greece to fully honor the terms of the current agreement. So basically we are watching a giant game of financial “chicken” play out over in Europe, and a showdown is looming. Adding to the drama is the fact that the Greek government is rapidly running out of money. According to the Wall Street Journal, Greece is “on course to run out of money within weeks if it doesn’t gain access to additional funds, effectively daring Germany and its other European creditors to let it fail and stumble out of the euro.” We have witnessed other moments of crisis for Greece before, but things are very different this time because the new Greek government is being run by radical leftists that based their entire campaign on ending the austerity that has been imposed on Greece by the rest of Europe. If they buckle under the demands of the European financial lords, their credibility will be gone and Syriza will essentially be finished in Greek politics. But if they don’t compromise, Greece could be forced to leave the eurozone and we could potentially be facing the equivalent of “financial armageddon” in Europe. If nobody flinches, the eurozone will fall to pieces, the euro will collapse and trillions upon trillions of dollars in derivatives will be in jeopardy.
According to the Bank for International Settlements, 26.45 trillion dollars in currency derivatives are directly tied to the value of the euro.
Let that number sink in for a moment.
To give you some perspective, keep in mind that the U.S. government spends a total of less than 4 trillion dollars a year.
The entire U.S. national debt is just a bit above 18 trillion dollars.
So 26 trillion dollars is an amount of money that is almost unimaginable. And of course those are just the derivatives that are directly tied to the euro. Overall, the total global derivatives bubble is more than 700 trillion dollars in size.
Over the past couple of decades, the global financial system has been transformed into the biggest casino in the history of the planet. And when things are stable, the computer algorithms used by the big banks work quite well and they make enormous amounts of money. But when unexpected things happen and markets go haywire, the financial institutions that gamble on derivatives can lose massive quantities of money very rapidly. We saw this in 2008, and we could be on the verge of seeing this happen again.
If no agreement can be reached and Greece does leave the eurozone, the euro is going to fall off a cliff.
When that happens, someone out there is going to lose an extraordinary amount of money.
Alpha Bank in Greece is freezing funds, no transfers, no Internet Banking over this weekend. Lines forming at ATM’s! GREEKS LINING UP at ATM’S at the moment. Multiple Pics inside!BY IWB · JUNE 27, 2015
AND SO IT BEGINS?
Greece’s Alpha Bank Freezes e-Transfers until Monday
CO-SPONSORSHIP OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT DEFENSE ACT (H.R. 2802)
JUNE 19, 2015
The First Amendment Defense Act (H.R. 2802), introduced by Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) 100% and Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) 91%, would prevent the federal government from discriminating against any individual or group, whether nonprofit or for-profit, based on their beliefs that marriage is the union of a man and woman or that sexual relations are reserved for marriage. That protection would extend to tax policy, employment, licensing, accreditation, contracting and grants.
Unfortunately, the need for this legislation is real. The Obama administration’s Solicitor General Donald Verrilli admitted during Supreme Court oral arguments that religious schools may lose their tax-exempt status for continuing to affirm marriage as the union of a man and a woman if the Supreme Court redefines marriage. Those involved in the wedding industry, including photographers, florists, and reception hosts have been hauled into court for declining to use their artistic talents to participate in same-sex wedding ceremonies. And faith-based adoption agencies in Massachusetts, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. have been forced to end foster care and adoption services rather than abandon their belief that children do best with a married mother and father.
To be clear, the First Amendment Defense Act simply protects religious liberty and the rights of conscience. Americans are free to live and love how they choose and everyone should respect the intrinsic dignity of all human beings. The bill simply affirms that the federal government respects the rights of individuals, businesses, and organizations that wish to act in accordance with their beliefs about marriage, without taking away federally funded benefits or services from anyone.
Republicans begin push for First Amendment Defense Act (FADA)
POSTED AT 1:21 PM ON JUNE 26, 2015
BY ED MORRISSEY
Actually, Senator Mike Lee and Rep. Raul Labrador introduced their bill over a week ago, which didn’t get too much attention at the time. After today’s Supreme Court ruling on Obergefell, expect it to get a lot more attention, especially from GOP presidential hopefuls. The First Amendment Defense Act (FADA) would bar the federal government from imposing penalties on individuals, businesses, groups, and especially religious organizations for refusing to participate in same-sex weddings. Kerry Picket updates the effort today in the wake of Obergefell:
The First Amendment Defense Act seeks to protect individuals and organizations who contend that marriage is between one man and one woman from being targeted with federal taxes or removal of benefits.
For example, the bill would not allow the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt status of non-profit organizations like religious oriented schools who maintain traditional marriage views.
Labrador, an Idaho Republican, introduced the legislation with 57 co-sponsors,in the lower chamber, while Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee introduced corresponding legislation with 18 co-sponsors in the Senate.
Lee addressed this in a Deseret News op-ed, calling for the protection of a critical “space of freedom.” He explicitly quotes Solicitor General Donald Verrilli declaring that government punishment for refusal to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies will “certainly be an issue”:
In a brief back and forth about IRS regulations, Justice Samuel Alito asked Solicitor General Verrilli whether religious institutions — including schools — that maintain the traditional definition of marriage would lose their tax-exempt status should the court strike down state laws defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman.
The solicitor general responded: “It’s certainly going to be an issue. I don’t deny that. I don’t deny that, Justice Alito. It is, it is going to be an issue.”
This was a chilling moment, but not totally unexpected. For years we’ve seen warnings that, for some activists, the objective is not just legal recognition of same-sex unions, but government coercion of individuals and institutions to affirm — and even participate in — such unions, regardless of good-faith religious objections.
After citing a number of cases where refusal has brought government sanction, Lee predicts the outcome if Congress doesn’t act:
The next controversies will not be over whether gay couples should receive marriage licenses, but whether people who don’t think so may keep their business licenses; whether colleges that don’t think so will be able to keep their accreditation; whether military chaplains who don’t think so will be court-martialed; whether churches who don’t think so will be targeted for reprisal by the state; whether heterodox religious belief itself will be swept from the public square.
You don’t need to subscribe to any particular faith, or hold any particular beliefs about marriage, to see the danger of a government forcing innocent people to violate their conscience when they are just trying to make a living, serve their community or educate the next generation.
John-Henry Westen reminds readers at The Federalist of the history of speech and religious practice in Canada after SSM became legal:
In Canada, redefining marriage has led straight to the persecution of Christians. Just a decade ago, Canada made same-sex marriage legal, leading to fines for a Catholic-owned Knights of Columbus hall for refusing to host a homosexual wedding reception. Likewise, in 2005, Calgary Bishop Fred Henry was called before a Human Rights Tribunal for writing a public letter defending Catholic doctrine on marriage. The complaint was withdrawn, but the message was clear: Dissent is not tolerable under the new regime.
The process became the punishment, in other words. Westen points out that has been the case in the US, too:
In 2012, New Jersey judge Solomon A. Metzger ruled against a Christian retreat house associated with the United Methodist Church that refused to allow a same-sex civil union ceremony on its premises. Just a few months ago, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed sacked fire chief Kelvin Cochran, an African-American Baptist church deacon, for expressing his personal religious beliefs on marriage in a Bible study publication. …
Even the federal government is not innocent of wrongdoing here. Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder told state attorneys general they can ignore state laws about marriage (in violation of their oaths of office), and President Obama has decided support for natural marriage is reason to discriminate against religious organizations when handing out federal grants. His administration is also attempting to punish a Navy chaplain for expressing his faith. With the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision today, one can only imagine what is coming next, although Canada, Britain, and elsewhere offer disturbing prospects.
Indeed they do.
However, this may not be sufficient to undo those disturbing prospects. This act won’t amend a statute, but will fall under the extremely broad Supreme Court ruling of Obergefell. Courts may or may not believe that the FADA would modify the strange limitation of religious liberty to mere “advocacy,” as Justice Anthony Kennedy decided in the majority opinion. Short of a constitutional amendment, it’s not clear that FADA would prevail, or at least not consistently. Would this court uphold FADA if a case rose to its scrutiny? I’d give 5-4 odds against it, and maybe even 6-3.
Even if it did, this would indeed prevent the IRS from imposing tax-exemption penalties for the exercise of religion when it comes to marriage ceremonies, but it wouldn’t prevent such abuses at the state level. Like the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the individual states could pass their own versions of the bill — but look what happened in Indiana, Arizona, and Alabama when those states attempted to pass more modest versions of this concept. Congress has no power to bind states with this FADA, and most states probably won’t take the issue up, not without a major shift in public perception on religious liberty. It’s possible that Obergefell will prov
Roberts Joins Liberals on Supreme Court to Save Obamacare… Again
By United Press International June 25, 2015 11:55 am
WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that federal health subsidies under Obamacare are constitutional, delivering a victory to the White House.
The court ruled in a 6-3 decision. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Anthony Kennedy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Justice Elena Kagan voted in the majority.
"Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets, not to destroy them," Chief Justice Roberts wrote in the court's opinion. "If at all possible, we must interpret the Act in a way that is consistent with the former, and avoids the latter."
Justices Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas dissented.
"The Act that Congress passed makes tax credits available only on an 'Exchange established by the State.' This Court, however, concludes that this limitation would prevent the rest of the Act from working as well as hoped. So it rewrites the law to make tax credits available everywhere," Scalia wrote in the court's dissenting opinion. "We should start calling this law SCOTUScare."
Justice Scalia's full dissent may be read here.
About 6.4 million people, or 65 percent, of Obamacare recipients receive federal health subsidies.
As of March, about 10.2 million people joined Obamacare, formally called the Affordable Care Act, and paid premiums.
For the case, King v. Burwell, the Supreme Court needed to decide if it was legal for the Internal Revenue Service to provide subsidies for health insurance policies purchased on federal exchanges, as Congress wanted states to set up their own exchanges but lacks constitutional authority to enforce it.
Health insurance recipients across 34 states who rely on the federal exchange received average subsidies of $272 a month. The remaining 15 states and Washington D.C. have a state-operated exchange system.
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