I have decided to pull news from all over the world to show the deterioration cause by the Unraveling of the Economic wealth world wide and its effects.
here we go this is a rough ride thats just a warning ,the news paint a grim picture .but so does the Bible predictions: About a time of trouble such as never was. Daniel 12:1,Zephaniah 1:14,15
“The government's latest economic stimulus plan could create at least one million jobs by the end of the year, in turn curbing rapid unemployment among migrant workers hit by a looming global recession” CRI Nordic.
Economic crisis could cause ordinary people to rise up:
The unequal distribution of wealth has often been at the root of social unrest as the great unwashed rise up against the few who have riches and power. At the G20 meetings in Davos, Switzerland, France's finance.
posted January 31, 2009 at 03:09 pm
Crisis may 'spark social unrest'
Europe faces the risk of more social unrest unless measures are taken to quickly tackle the global economic crisis, France's finance minister says.
posted 1 February 2009
Published: February 26, 2009 17:41h
Social unrest shakes a weary world
Social unrest – what the authorities prefer to call “mass incidents” – is spreading.
British workers at the Total Lindsay refinery in Lincolnshire demonstrated when Italian and Portuguese workers arrived at the refinery to build a desulpherisation plan for an Italian company. Phil Noble / Reuters
Indeed, the government admitted last Monday that 20 million out of 130 million migrant workers who have formed the linchpin of the nation’s spectacular economic growth, are now out of work.
Last Updated: February 07. 2009 9:30AM UAE / February 7. 2009 5:30AM GMT
Crisis raises risk of social unrest in AsiaAgence France-Presse |
SINGAPORE - The global economic crisis heightens the potential for social unrest in Asia, where millions of people suddenly out of work will demand governments take swift and decisive action, analysts say.
And while the prospect of regimes being overthrown is remote at the moment, they say, it will depend also on how long and how deep the financial turmoil goes, in a region not unfamiliar with major political upheaval.
posted : 02/15/2009 4:54 PM
In a survey of 120 major cities, New York was found to be the ninth most unequal in the world and Atlanta, New Orleans, Washington, and Miami had similar inequality levels to those of Nairobi, Kenya Abidjan and Ivory Coast. Many were above an internationally recognised acceptable "alert" line used to warn governments.
"High levels of inequality can lead to negative social, economic and political consequences that have a destabilising effect on societies," said the report. "[They] create social and political fractures that can develop into social unrest and insecurity."
posted :Thursday 23 October 2008
A Planet on the Brink: Economic Crash Will Fuel Social Unrest
Governments across the planet are preparing for a surge of violent protests from economic upheaval. Wars may follow.
The global economic meltdown has already caused bank failures, bankruptcies, plant closings, and foreclosures and will, in the coming year, leave many tens of millions unemployed across the planet. But another perilous consequence of the crash of 2008 has only recently made its appearance: increased civil unrest and ethnic strife. Someday, perhaps, war may follow.By Michael T. Klare, Tomdispatch.com. Posted February 24, 2009.
LISBON, Portugal (AP) — The global financial crisis is generating increasing social unrest, the head of the International Labor Organization warned Tuesday. "I sense a huge popular frustration brewing," the U.N. agency's chief Juan Somavia said. He said European and Central Asian countries were heading into "a dangerous downward spiral" as their national economies slow sharply.
LISBON, Portugal - The global financial crisis is generating increasing social unrest, the head of the International Labor Organization warned Tuesday. "I sense a huge popular frustration brewing," the U.N....
ILO Director-General Juan Somavia11 February 2009 – The European and Central Asian region, facing an increase in unemployment of 8 million people, should use the present economic crisis to push for longer-term...
The Daily Tribune
02/16/2009 SINGAPORE — The global economic crisis heightens the potential for social unrest in Asia, where millions of people suddenly out of work will demand governments take swift and decisive action,...
SINGAPORE – The global economic crisis heightens the potential for social unrest in Asia, where millions of people suddenly out of work will demand governments take swift and decisive action, analysts say. And...
: An emergency European Union summit meeting on the economic crisis was announced Monday after a fierce public rift between France and the Czech Republic prompted accusations that Paris was promoting...
RISKS: Even fast-growing China and India have taken a hit, and East Asia cannot export its way back to health as it did after 1997, the US head of intelligence said The economic crisis is now the top US...
By Alexander Osipovich, AFPDecember 24, 2008 Riot policemen detain a protestor in Vladivostok Dec. 21 during a rally protesting against an import duty increase on foreign cars. Economic turmoil and unpaid wages...
PARIS - From lawyers in Paris to factory workers in China and bodyguards in Colombia, the ranks of the jobless are swelling rapidly across the globe. Worldwide job losses from the recession that started in the...
The Manila Times
SINGAPORE: The global economic crisis heightens the potential for social unrest in Asia, where millions of people suddenly out of work would demand governments take swift and decisive action, analysts said. And...
IN THE first comprehensive threat assessment that the administration of President Obama has provided to Congress, the new director of national intelligence, retired Adm. Dennis C. Blair, says that the most...
BANGKOK, Thailand -- Southeast Asian leaders hold their annual summit in Thailand this weekend, worried that the worst global financial crisis in decades will derail their export-driven economies and throw...