This Week in Disorganized America, Dec. 10, 2010

December 10, 2010

Mike Conner & Mishko host. Topics include:

  • Panel finds Obama’s Justice Dep’t reluctant to take cases of White victims;
  • Hispanic NYC Head of Taxi Union calls for racial profiling due to violence on drivers;
  • DHS Janet Napolitano says: “If you see something, say something”–We see and say a lot, Janet;
  • US treasury unable to print money let alone handle it;
  • Dream [sic] Act [temporarily] in limbo;
  • Callers-in.

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5 Responses to “This Week in Disorganized America, Dec. 10, 2010”

  1. A German on December 28th, 2010 8:24 am

    Belgium will disintegrate in January.
    There are talks right now in Paris, it’s planned to make the north: Flandria an independant state.
    Then Sarkozy will grab the south: Wallonia and !Brussels! and unite it with France.

    Only the German traitor politicians are too cowardly once again to take the 9 German cities in Belgium’s east.

    The German community in Belgium has to beg Luxemburg to take them.
    What a shame!

    Luxemburg will then be a long strip who parts France from Germany.

  2. A German on December 28th, 2010 10:31 pm

    How the European Jewslave right-wingers betray Europe in IsraHell:

  3. A German on December 29th, 2010 3:59 pm

    A nonsene headline in Germany’s biggest tabloid:

    “turmoil about the cuddle-alien.
    Is ALF a racist?”

    The article describes that the actor who gave ALF, aka Gordon Shumway, his voice in the 80s sitcom, constantly cussed and used the N-word.
    These recordings came now to daylight.

    The former producer of the sitcom, Lamar, answered:
    “Those folks should get a life! This show was made when the world was not so ridiculous political correct.”

    Silly report, but it shows how hyper PC and anti-white our media is.

    Would anyone said anything if he would have said “cracker” as ALF several times in the recording breaks???

  4. A German on December 29th, 2010 4:48 pm
  5. Tim on January 2nd, 2011 4:56 pm

    Mishko/Frank : You might have an interest in this development., not mentioned in the Jewsmedia:

    International Accounting Standards Board ( IASB) ” amends” standards to account for potential ” hyperinflation” ( !) :

    From Wiki: The IFRS Foundation is the parent entity of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), an independent accounting standard-setter based in London, England
    The members (as of 2009) are:

    * Sir David Tweedie (Chairman), United Kingdom, former KPMG, ASB
    * Phillipe Danjou, France, former Arthur Andersen, AMF (French “SEC”)
    * Jan Engström, Sweden, former Volvo Group
    * Robert P. Garnett, South Africa, former CFO Anglo American Corp., Peat Marwick, Arthur Andersen
    * Gilbert Gélard, France, former KPMG, Arthur Andersen
    * James J. Leisenring, United States, Connection to FASB
    * Warren McGregor, Australia, former CEO, Director Australian Accounting Research Foundation
    * John T. Smith, USA, former Deloitte, FASB
    * Tatsumi Yamada, Japan, former PWC, IASC Board
    * Zhang Wei-Guo, China, former Professor in Shanghai, China Acc. Standards Committee
    * Stephen Cooper, UK, UBS Investment Research
    * Patrick Finnegan, USA, formerly of the CFA Institute.[5]
    * Amaro Luiz de Oliveira Gomes
    * Prabhakar Kalavacherla (‘PK’)
    * Patricia McConnell, USA, formerly of Bear Stearns.[5]

    Link to full text of amendment :
    Severe Hyperinflation
    Proposed amendment to IFRS 1


    “The purpose of the amendment is to provide guidance on how an entity should resume presenting financial statements in accordance with IFRSs after a period when the entity was unable to comply with IFRSs because it had a functional currency that was subject to severe hyperinflation. The proposed amendment will add an exemption to IFRS 1. This exemption would allow an entity that has been subject to severe hyperinflation to measure assets and liabilities at fair value and use that fair value as the deemed cost of those assets and liabilities in the opening IFRS statement of financial position.”