The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label schools. Show all posts
Showing posts with label schools. Show all posts

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Chicago heading down the path of Detroit as budget shortfall may now close schools

Since the city of Detroit became the poster child for failed industrial cities in the U.S., several other major municipalities have also succumbed to degradation and mismanagement.  One in particular, the city of Chicago, has not only been dropped to junk bond status by Moody’s for their corporate bonds, but now they are in trouble of having to suspend or close down schools because of major budget shortfalls that have already hit their pension systems.
Chicago Public Schools—with 394,000 students and nearly 21,000 teachers—has closed more than half of a projected $1.1 billion shortfall through cuts, borrowing and other means, but is looking to the state to come up with the rest. The school board warns of deep cuts later this year if Illinois, which faces its own fiscal crisis, doesn’t deliver an additional $480 million in the coming months, representing roughly 8% of annual district spending.



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Monday, July 21, 2014

On cusp of German bail-in vote, 50% of cities stand on verge of insolvency

On July 9, German legislators voted to approve bank bail-ins as the primary solution for re-capitalization the next time their financial system experiences a collapse or major crisis.  Thus following in the footsteps of the Cyprus Experiment, which saw depositors lose upwards of 60% of the money they thought was safely protected in their banks and financial institutions, German depositors, not the taxpayers, are now on the hook to pay for a bank’s corruptness, risky bets, or bad decisions.

However, even this egregious new policy may pale in comparison to what is coming for the German state as it is now estimated that 50% of all municipal governments within the chief Eurozone nation are underwater, and on the brink of insolvency and bankruptcy.




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Friday, May 10, 2013

Bloomberg expanded: New York cracks down on use of butter

It is bad enough when an elected official, and part of the 1%, tries to tell citizens when and where they can smoke, and how much soda they can drink.  But now, the dictatorial control over the people in New York has taken a greater turn as officials begin regulating the use of butter in food production for schools and other public facilities.


Butter has quietly been making its way out of city schools' cafeterias, including as a condiment and an ingredient. First they went after the candy machines. Then they took aim at the sugary sodas. And most of the bake sales. And the greasy french fries at lunchtime. And now the latest target of the city schools’ push to fight childhood obesity is something as simple as butter. The spreadable delight has been banned from school cafeterias. It can’t be used for cooking or offered with bread. And now it’s the subject of an aggressive crackdown that threatens the livelihood of school kitchen managers who’ve dared to order the illicit treat.  - New York Daily News

In the faux war on obesity, uneducated public bureaucrats have focused on natural products such as butter, sugar, and salt to impose unnecessary controls over the citizens of New York. while at the same time, doing nothing to stop the scientifically proven detriments of MSG, GMO, and HFCS, who's introduction into the processed food industry over the past 40 years has been the primary cause of childhood, and adult obesity.

In the end, corporate mogul's like Bloomberg, and political hacks like those in the New York legislature, find it easier to blame and go after nature, and what has been used in diets for thousands of years, than take on the corporations that fund their campaigns, and willingly cause continuing aggravation for the people of New York state.