Saturday, 19 September 2015

Miss Marple, Jessica Fletcher, Hercule Poirot, Drakula, Blohkin, Kaganovich and the Fed.

When will the world ever learn that whereever these clowns show up there are dead people everywhere whilst the main character wanders around in fine clothes, eating good food and quaffing reserve. They are not fictional in outcome. Just imagine our waddling little Belgie swanning around with Stalin's face. Same outcome. Dead persons everywhere the clown turns up in literature. The books do not lie, only the gloss of hystory.

These freaks are unable to run a hot bath without flooding your home. They couldn't make you corned beef on rye without poisoning you. I wouldn't trust them to open a door without their care givers and paramedics in attendance. All that these lying phukkwitz say has been proven over the past century, at least, to be epic failure and massive murder scenes. Open their gobs and shyte pours out. Let them write books and it is nothing but ordure in print. They have turned medicine into gaslight chamberswhere doctors are torturers and nurses are executioners. Allow them to appear anywhere and it is a circus of psychopathic fraud and counterfeit actions.

Yet the world still leaves these odious degenerate sterile killers of clusterphukkdom, these mentally ill devoid of spritus special needs paraplegic post natal abortions in waiting, alive & well, and wielding ultimate power over our children's future, the care of our aged and the happiness of our lives.

Which bit of "They are phukking useless at anything and may be a poison to us" don't you get?

What is wrong with you human race? Are you complete abdicators? Do you seek termination?





BRICS stocks, currencies cheer Fed decision, EU in the red
September 18, 2015, 10:25 am 


Federal Reserve chief explained that the federal funds rate will stay unchanged considering the weak global economy and low inflation [Xinhua]

Even though European markets were in the red, stocks and currencies in emerging markets cheered the US Federal Reserve’s decision to postpone a much-anticipated rate hike.

BRICS currencies firmed early on Friday after the US Federal Reserve kept interest rates on hold.
India’s rupee on Friday climbed the most since March 2014.

The rupee climbed 1 per cent to 65.7950 a dollar as of 1:11 pm in Mumbai. The Fed’s decision paves way for the central bank of India to cut borrowing costs for a fourth time this year.

By 0849 GMT on Friday the South African rand had gained 1.35 percent to 13.1800, with renewed appetite for emerging market assets lifting the currencies of these economies.

South Africa’s central bank decides on rates next week when its three-day policy conference concludes on Wednesday.

It lifted interest rates by 25 basis points to 6.00 per cent in a borderline call in August, citing the rand’s vulnerability to global market reaction to monetary policy in the US.

The central parity rate of the Chinese yuan also strengthened 63 basis points to 6.3607 against the US dollar on Friday, according to the China Foreign Exchange Trading System.

On Thursday the US Fed said economic and financial developments globally could restrain economic activity in the US, putting further downward pressure on inflation in the near term.

“Recent global economic and financial developments may restrain economic activity somewhat and are likely to put further downward pressure on inflation in the near term”, the Fed said in a statement on Thursday.

“The committee expects inflation to rise gradually toward two percent over the medium-term as the labor market improves further and the transitory effects of declines in energy and import prices dissipate,” it added.

However, the bank could still raise rates before year-end, with 13 of 17 Fed policymakers expecting it a hike this year.

The Fed’s inaction came as good news for the Russian ruble as well.

At 08:15 GMT on Friday, the Russian ruble traded slightly higher against the dollar at 65.4 rubles. Overall, the ruble has gained seven per cent against the greenback since August 24.

The next Fed meeting is scheduled for October 27.

The FTSEuroFirst index of leading 300 shares fell 0.8 per cent in early trade on Friday to 1,413 points, Germany’s DAX fell 1 per cent to 10,129 points, and France’s CAC 40 was down 0.9 per cent at 4,615 points.

Britain’s FTSE 100 index was also down 0.3 per cent at 6,170 points.

Emerging market equities rose to one-month highs on Friday, with MSCI’s broadest emerging market index up 0.6 per cent and on track for the biggest weekly rise since early April, with 3.7 per cent gains.

Source: Agencies