• sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm
    Great thriller. (referring to No Escape movie). It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family.
    sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm Great thriller. (referring to No Escape movie). It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family.
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  • No Escape
    2015
    Action / Thriller

    Synopsis
    When Jack finds an opportunity to move to southeast Asia to head his company's new plant, he immediately jumps at it.. But when he arrives; he sees the many problems. Jack goes to the market, and finds himself caught in the middle of a violent uprising headed by armed rebels executing foreigners. Jack must get back to the hotel and with the help of a British tourist, must get his family to the American embassy in the midst of the chaos.

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    sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm
    Great thriller. It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family.

    https://yts.lt/movie/no-escape-2015
    No Escape 2015 Action / Thriller Synopsis When Jack finds an opportunity to move to southeast Asia to head his company's new plant, he immediately jumps at it.. But when he arrives; he sees the many problems. Jack goes to the market, and finds himself caught in the middle of a violent uprising headed by armed rebels executing foreigners. Jack must get back to the hotel and with the help of a British tourist, must get his family to the American embassy in the midst of the chaos. Comments sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm Great thriller. It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family. https://yts.lt/movie/no-escape-2015
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  • No Escape
    2015
    Action / Thriller

    Synopsis
    When Jack finds an opportunity to move to southeast Asia to head his company's new plant, he immediately jumps at it.. But when he arrives; he sees the many problems. Jack goes to the market, and finds himself caught in the middle of a violent uprising headed by armed rebels executing foreigners. Jack must get back to the hotel and with the help of a British tourist, must get his family to the American embassy in the midst of the chaos.

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    sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm
    Great thriller. It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family.

    https://yts.lt/movie/no-escape-2015
    No Escape 2015 Action / Thriller Synopsis When Jack finds an opportunity to move to southeast Asia to head his company's new plant, he immediately jumps at it.. But when he arrives; he sees the many problems. Jack goes to the market, and finds himself caught in the middle of a violent uprising headed by armed rebels executing foreigners. Jack must get back to the hotel and with the help of a British tourist, must get his family to the American embassy in the midst of the chaos. Comments sxminator January 02, 2019 at 07:50 pm Great thriller. It is funny reading pro critics at rotten tomatoes and metacritic who say that this movie although suspenseful sucks because it is racist and puts southeast asians to a bad light. You look at who these people are and they are all white. LOL. I am Southeast Asian and live in a country with terrorists. They just bombed a mall yesterday. Critics said that the movie also showed unnecessary violence and even rape. Well 2 years ago a country in the region Philippines had one of its towns occupied by ISIS affiliated terrorists. Some of the townsfolk were beheaded raped and tortured. Watching this movie hits home and I imagine myself in Owen Wilsons shoes, protecting my family. https://yts.lt/movie/no-escape-2015
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  • SatoExchange T-Shirts giveaway in Crypto event at Silliman University, Philippines
    The event at the Silliman University Philippines was a success.

    SatoExchange being one of the sponsors made a giveaway of t-shirts and other menu items at the event.
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    SatoExchange T-Shirts giveaway in Crypto event at Silliman University, Philippines The event at the Silliman University Philippines was a success. SatoExchange being one of the sponsors made a giveaway of t-shirts and other menu items at the event. https://www.satoexchange.com/news/satoexchange-t-shirts-giveaway-in-crypto-event-at-silliman-university-philippines/
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  • "There is absolutely zero to talk about. He runs a website that is one of the only places left online with free speech, and sometimes people post manifestos there before they go on shooting sprees. It’s unfortunate that people go on shooting sprees, but websites do not cause that to happen. People have free will. And if someone read these manifestos instead of calling for them to be banned, they would see that the shooters are doing this because of the failure of the multicultural project. It is hard to find anyone who legitimately believes the multicultural project is actually working, so the solution to the problems of multiculturalism has been to simply ban all discussion of it." - Andrew Anglin

    https://dailystormer.name/homeland-security-asks-8chan-owner-jim-watkins-to-fly-from-the-philippines-to-testify-before-their-panel/
    "There is absolutely zero to talk about. He runs a website that is one of the only places left online with free speech, and sometimes people post manifestos there before they go on shooting sprees. It’s unfortunate that people go on shooting sprees, but websites do not cause that to happen. People have free will. And if someone read these manifestos instead of calling for them to be banned, they would see that the shooters are doing this because of the failure of the multicultural project. It is hard to find anyone who legitimately believes the multicultural project is actually working, so the solution to the problems of multiculturalism has been to simply ban all discussion of it." - Andrew Anglin https://dailystormer.name/homeland-security-asks-8chan-owner-jim-watkins-to-fly-from-the-philippines-to-testify-before-their-panel/
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  • Top 30 Fastest Growing Economies in Trillions of $ 2020-2050
    Top 30 Fastest-Growing Economies in Trillions of $ 2020-2050

    1, China +46 trillion
    2. India +36 trillion
    3. USA +26 trillion
    4. Indoneisia +12 trillion
    5. Brazil +8 trillion
    6. Nigeria +8 trillion
    7. Mexico +7 trillion
    8. Russia +7 trillion
    9. Saudi Arabia +6 trillion
    10. Turkey +6 trillion
    11. Pakistan +6 trillion
    12. Eygpt +6 trillion
    13. Philippines +6 trillion
    14. Germany +5 trillion
    15. UK +5 trillion
    16. France +5 trillion
    17. Canada +5 trillion
    18. Korea +5 trillion
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    20. Vietnam +5 trillion
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    Top 30 Fastest Growing Economies in Trillions of $ 2020-2050 Top 30 Fastest-Growing Economies in Trillions of $ 2020-2050 1, China +46 trillion 2. India +36 trillion 3. USA +26 trillion 4. Indoneisia +12 trillion 5. Brazil +8 trillion 6. Nigeria +8 trillion 7. Mexico +7 trillion 8. Russia +7 trillion 9. Saudi Arabia +6 trillion 10. Turkey +6 trillion 11. Pakistan +6 trillion 12. Eygpt +6 trillion 13. Philippines +6 trillion 14. Germany +5 trillion 15. UK +5 trillion 16. France +5 trillion 17. Canada +5 trillion 18. Korea +5 trillion 19. Thailand +5 trillion 20. Vietnam +5 trillion 21. Bangladesh +5 trillion 22. Malaysia +5 trillion 23. South Africa +5 trillion 24. Spain +4 trillion 25. Australia +4 trillion 26. Colombia +4 trillion 27. Argentina +4 trillion 29. Iran +3 trillion 30. Poland +3 trillion
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  • Top 15 Countries Where Older Men Seek Younger Women to Marry
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  • "The Jews don’t think I should be able to have a home – but neither do they believe the Filipinos should be able to have a home. They believe they should be able to dictate to them the way their country is run.

    Sick, sick, sick.

    This is why people hate Jews." - Andrew Anglin

    https://dailystormer.name/philippines-sickening-amnesty-international-calls-for-probe-into-duterte-protecting-the-people-from-drugs/
    "The Jews don’t think I should be able to have a home – but neither do they believe the Filipinos should be able to have a home. They believe they should be able to dictate to them the way their country is run. Sick, sick, sick. This is why people hate Jews." - Andrew Anglin https://dailystormer.name/philippines-sickening-amnesty-international-calls-for-probe-into-duterte-protecting-the-people-from-drugs/
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  • Citing $69 Trillion Price Tag by 2100, Moody's Warns Central Banks of Far-Reaching Economic Damage of Climate Crisis
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/03/citing-69-trillion-price-tag-2100-moodys-warns-central-banks-far-reaching-economic
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    Noting previous warnings that the human-caused climate crisis could cause trillions of dollars in damage to the global economy by the end of the century, a new report from Moody's Analytics explores the economic implications of the international community's failure to curb planet-warming emissions.

    Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi told The Washington Post—which first reported on the new analysis—that this is "the first stab at trying to quantify what the macroeconomic consequences might be" of the global climate crisis, and it comes in response to European commercial banks and central banks. The climate emergency is "not a cliff event. It's not a shock to the economy. It's more like a corrosive," Zandi added. But it is "getting weightier with each passing year."

    The financial research and consulting firm's analysis (pdf) highlights a few key projections from a report published last October by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): if the average global temperature soars to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels—the lower limit of the Paris climate agreement—the cost to the global economy is estimated to be $54 trillion in 2100, and under a warming scenario of 2°C, the cost could reach $69 trillion.

    Moody's—whose clients include multinational corporations, governments, central banks, financial regulators and institutions, retailers, mutual funds, utilities, real estate firms, insurance companies, and investors—notes researchers have found that "warming beyond the 2°C threshold could hit tipping points for even larger and irreversible warming feedback loops, such as permanent summer ice melt in the Arctic Ocean."

    One of the key takeaways, the report emphasizes, is that economically, "the more draconian effects of climate change are not felt until 2030 and beyond. And they do not become especially pronounced until the second part of the century."

    "That's why it is so hard to get people focused on this issue and get a comprehensive policy response," Zandi told the Post. "Business is focused on the next year, or five years out."

    "Most of the models go out 30 years," he said, "but, really, the damage to the economy is in the next half-century, and we haven't developed the tools to look out that far."

    Responding to the Post report, which emphasized Moody's warning of the anticipated damage to the global economy, some advocates of ambitious global action to slash human-generated greenhouse gas emissions pointed to recent findings from climate experts that the world's temperature could rise 3°C or higher by 2100, implying that the economic costs could exceed the IPCC's upper estimate.

    Linking to the Post report, Defend Our Future—a project of the Environmental Defense Fund that aims to empower young people interested in advancing climate and clean energy solutions—tweeted: "There is no denying it: The longer we wait to take bold action to curb emissions, the higher the costs will be for all of us."

    Moody's analysts examined the climate emergency's expected economic damage across six impact channels—sea-level rise, human health effects, heat effect of labor productivity, agricultural productivity, tourism, and energy demand—and created forecasts through 2048.

    "This analysis reveals that some countries are significantly exposed to rising temperatures while others, particularly in Northern Hemisphere climates, are well insulated," the report says. Those at the greatest risk, analysts found, are "countries in hot climates, particularly those that are emerging economies such as Malaysia, Algeria, the Philippines, and Thailand, and oil producers such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman."

    On the agricultural front, rising temperatures are expected to impact both the health of farmworkers and crop yields, which particularly threatens less-developed nations that are economically dependent on farming. Echoing a U.N. report published this week, Moody's notes that "heat stress, determined by high temperature and humidity, lowers working speed, necessitates more frequent breaks, and increases the probability of injury."

    The report says that in terms of human health, the number of heat-related deaths worldwide is expected to increase as the global temperature does, and a hotter world "can lengthen the season and increase the geographic range of disease-carrying insects such as mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas, allowing them to move into higher altitudes and new regions."

    Recognizing some limitations of its analysis, Moody's acknowledges that "there are a number of factors that were not considered in this work. The foremost of these is the increasing frequency and severity of natural disasters." The report points to a U.S. government calculation that in the United States alone, disasters caused more than $300 billion in damage in 2017.

    As the environmental legal organization Earthjustice concluded in response to the report, "We literally cannot afford inaction on this crisis."
    Citing $69 Trillion Price Tag by 2100, Moody's Warns Central Banks of Far-Reaching Economic Damage of Climate Crisis https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/07/03/citing-69-trillion-price-tag-2100-moodys-warns-central-banks-far-reaching-economic Jessica Corbett, staff writer Noting previous warnings that the human-caused climate crisis could cause trillions of dollars in damage to the global economy by the end of the century, a new report from Moody's Analytics explores the economic implications of the international community's failure to curb planet-warming emissions. Moody's Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi told The Washington Post—which first reported on the new analysis—that this is "the first stab at trying to quantify what the macroeconomic consequences might be" of the global climate crisis, and it comes in response to European commercial banks and central banks. The climate emergency is "not a cliff event. It's not a shock to the economy. It's more like a corrosive," Zandi added. But it is "getting weightier with each passing year." The financial research and consulting firm's analysis (pdf) highlights a few key projections from a report published last October by the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): if the average global temperature soars to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels—the lower limit of the Paris climate agreement—the cost to the global economy is estimated to be $54 trillion in 2100, and under a warming scenario of 2°C, the cost could reach $69 trillion. Moody's—whose clients include multinational corporations, governments, central banks, financial regulators and institutions, retailers, mutual funds, utilities, real estate firms, insurance companies, and investors—notes researchers have found that "warming beyond the 2°C threshold could hit tipping points for even larger and irreversible warming feedback loops, such as permanent summer ice melt in the Arctic Ocean." One of the key takeaways, the report emphasizes, is that economically, "the more draconian effects of climate change are not felt until 2030 and beyond. And they do not become especially pronounced until the second part of the century." "That's why it is so hard to get people focused on this issue and get a comprehensive policy response," Zandi told the Post. "Business is focused on the next year, or five years out." "Most of the models go out 30 years," he said, "but, really, the damage to the economy is in the next half-century, and we haven't developed the tools to look out that far." Responding to the Post report, which emphasized Moody's warning of the anticipated damage to the global economy, some advocates of ambitious global action to slash human-generated greenhouse gas emissions pointed to recent findings from climate experts that the world's temperature could rise 3°C or higher by 2100, implying that the economic costs could exceed the IPCC's upper estimate. Linking to the Post report, Defend Our Future—a project of the Environmental Defense Fund that aims to empower young people interested in advancing climate and clean energy solutions—tweeted: "There is no denying it: The longer we wait to take bold action to curb emissions, the higher the costs will be for all of us." Moody's analysts examined the climate emergency's expected economic damage across six impact channels—sea-level rise, human health effects, heat effect of labor productivity, agricultural productivity, tourism, and energy demand—and created forecasts through 2048. "This analysis reveals that some countries are significantly exposed to rising temperatures while others, particularly in Northern Hemisphere climates, are well insulated," the report says. Those at the greatest risk, analysts found, are "countries in hot climates, particularly those that are emerging economies such as Malaysia, Algeria, the Philippines, and Thailand, and oil producers such as Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Oman." On the agricultural front, rising temperatures are expected to impact both the health of farmworkers and crop yields, which particularly threatens less-developed nations that are economically dependent on farming. Echoing a U.N. report published this week, Moody's notes that "heat stress, determined by high temperature and humidity, lowers working speed, necessitates more frequent breaks, and increases the probability of injury." The report says that in terms of human health, the number of heat-related deaths worldwide is expected to increase as the global temperature does, and a hotter world "can lengthen the season and increase the geographic range of disease-carrying insects such as mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas, allowing them to move into higher altitudes and new regions." Recognizing some limitations of its analysis, Moody's acknowledges that "there are a number of factors that were not considered in this work. The foremost of these is the increasing frequency and severity of natural disasters." The report points to a U.S. government calculation that in the United States alone, disasters caused more than $300 billion in damage in 2017. As the environmental legal organization Earthjustice concluded in response to the report, "We literally cannot afford inaction on this crisis."
    Citing $69 Trillion Price Tag by 2100, Moody's Warns Central Banks of Far-Reaching Economic Damage of Climate Crisis
    "There is no denying it: The longer we wait to take bold action to curb emissions, the higher the costs will be for all of us."
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