Young Song Beats Puppy To Death With A Hammer

I have zero tolerance for people who abuse dogs let alone kill them in such a horrific way. And here I was taught that asians were civilized?

A visual effects artist who worked on several Dreamworks films like “Shrek” faces more than 4 years in prison — after he was accused of beating his neighbor’s puppy to death … with a hammer.

According to law enforcement, Young Song — who also worked on films like “Kung Fu Panda,” “Shark Tale,” and “Madagascar 2” — allegedly entered his neighbor’s backyard last week … and shot their 16-month-old German shepherd with a pellet gun, before beating it to death with a hammer.

According to the puppy’s owner the act was caught on surveillance video.

Song pled “not guilty” today to one felony count of cruelty to an animal, and one count of misdemeanor petty theft of a dog … after he allegedly dragged the mutilated corpse from his neighbor’s yard.

Song was arrested yesterday and bail was set at $40,000. He is still in custody. His next court date is May 26. Song’s lawyer Nicholas Okorocha had no comment.

Are House Prices Going Up?

I have the unfortunate experience of dealing with realtors on a somewhat regular basis. Now I have nothing against the profession, but I do have something against ignorance. I have talked to numerous realtors nearly every month for the last 8 or so years, from before the bubble, during and now during the collapse. The landscape has changed vastly, but their message remains the same “things are about to turn around” “houses are starting to pick back up” If I had a dollar for everytime I’ve heard a realtor say this I could buy an ounce of gold.

At the very best nearly every realtor I have met is so woefully ignorant of economics that they don’t even understand what drives their business. I don’t expect them to be market gurus, but at least understand the reality of your business.

At worse realtors are just rampant liars who try to prop up home prices with their words, after all you make a much bigger commision on a $250,000 house than a $100,000 house.

Everytime I hear the words “things are about to turn around” I ask the simple question…. Why?

Why would it turn around? Everything happens for a reason, prices went to the moon for a reason (government intervention in the markets, reckless Fed monetary policy, MBS and CDS, regulators in bed with corporations, greedy banks etc etc.) and now they are returning to earth for a reason.

So why would house prices go up? Do people have better job security today? No. Do people make more money today? No. Are people in less debt today? No. Is unemployment low? No. Is the cost of living going down? Hell no.

The list goes on forever, there is NO reason why house prices would go up in value (relative to other commodities) So don’t be fooled into thinking that they will. Here is a list of 29 facts about the housing market which further cements my point.

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However, to give us all some numbers to think about, the following are 29 absolutely crazy statistics about the housing crisis that show just how nightmarish the U.S. housing market is right now….

#1 During the first three months of this year, less new homes were sold in the U.S. than in any three month period ever recorded.

#2 Home prices just keep falling month after month.  The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city index has fallen for seven months in a row.

#3 U.S. home prices have now declined 32% from the peak of the housing bubble.

#4 In Phoenix, Arizona home prices are now down 56% from the peak of the housing bubble.

#5 Home prices in Las Vegas, Nevada are now down 58% from the peak of the housing bubble.

#6 Nearly 70 percent of all Las Vegas mortgages are now underwater.

#7 Due to the housing crisis, there are now more than 167,000 vacant homes in the state of Nevada.

#8 It is estimated that 25% of all mortgages in Miami-Dade County are “in serious distress and headed for either foreclosure or short sale“.

#9 According to a recent census report, 13% of all homes in the United States are sitting empty.

#10 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 18 percent of all homes in the state of Florida are sitting vacant.  That number is 63 percent larger than it was just ten years ago.

#11 In the city of Detroit alone, there are more than 33,000 abandoned homes.

#12 The average home in the city of Merced, California has declined in value by 63 percent over the past four years.

#13 U.S. home values have fallen an astounding 6.3 trillion dollars since the housing crisis first began.

#14 California had more foreclosure filings that any other U.S. state during 2010.  The 546,669 total foreclosure filings during the year means that over 4 percent of all the housing units in the state of California received a foreclosure filing at some point during 2010.

#15 Total home mortgage debt in the United States is now about 5 times larger than it was just 20 years ago.

#16 Approximately 26 percent of all renters in the United States spend more than half their pre-tax income on rent.

#17 It is estimated that 49 percent of all American renters are paying out more in rent than they can afford.

#18 In 1996, 89 percent of Americans believed that it was better to own a home than to rent one.  Today that number has fallen to 63 percent.

#19 72 percent of the major metropolitan areas in the United States had more foreclosures in 2010 than they did in 2009.

#20 Two years ago, the average U.S. homeowner that was being foreclosed upon had not made a mortgage payment in 11 months.  Today, the average U.S. homeowner that is being foreclosed upon has not made a mortgage payment in 17 months.

#21 In September 2008, 33 percent of Americans knew someone who had been foreclosed upon or who was facing the threat of foreclosure.  Today that number has risen to 48 percent.

#22 During the month of January, it was estimated that there were 1.8 million distressed homes in the United States that had yet to be listed for sale.  Many analysts believe that this “shadow inventory” will extend the housing crisis for several more years.

#23 In February, U.S. housing starts experienced their largest decline in 27 years.

#24 Now home sales in the United States are now down 80% from the peak in July 2005.

#25 Bank repossessions and short sales now make up approximately 30 percent of all home sales in the United States.

#26 As of the end of 2010, new home sales in the United States had declined for five straight years, and they are expected to be lower once again in 2011.

#27 31 percent of the homeowners that responded to a recent Rasmussen Reports survey indicated that they are “underwater” on their mortgages.

#28 Deutsche Bank is projecting that 48 percent of all U.S. mortgages could have negative equity by the end of 2011.

#29 According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, at least 8 million Americans are currently at least one month behind on their mortgage payments.

2011 On Track To Be Second Deadliest Year For US Troops In Afghanistan

Since the war started nearly a DECADE ago 2011 is gearing up to send more men home in body bags than any year other than 2010.  So far 117 have died in as many days, meaning at this rate somewhere around 350-400 will have been killed in total for the year. 

In the 28 months that the peace activist Obama has been at the helm 933 US men have been killed in Afghanistan alone.  In the 8 years that King Bush II waged this unconsitutional war a mere 630 were killed.  I never watch any mainstream news but I am pretty damn sure they aren’t constantly parading the death toll around, not when their golden boy is the one sending them to their deaths. 

So when will Obama stop our men from being killed and the trillions of dollars from going to the hands of the military industrial complex?  The thought is so humorous I can hardly put it to words.

America, the only one who will stop these wars, stop the Biblical amounts of your money being wasted is Dr. Ron Paul. So wake up.

Hey UN, What Happened To The 50 Million Global Warming Refugees?

In 2005, the United Nations Environment Programme predicted that climate change would create 50 million climate refugees by 2010. These people, it was said, would flee a range of disasters including sea level rise, increases in the numbers and severity of hurricanes, and disruption to food production.
The UNEP even provided a handy map. The map shows us the places most at risk including the very sensitive low lying islands of the Pacific and Caribbean.
It so happens that just a few of these islands and other places most at risk have since had censuses, so it should be possible for us now to get some idea of the devastating impact climate change is having on their populations. Let’s have a look at the evidence:
Bahamas:

Nassau, The Bahamas – The 2010 national statistics recorded that the population growth increased to 353,658 persons in The Bahamas.  The population change figure increased by 50,047 persons during the last 10 years.

St Lucia:

The island-nation of Saint Lucia recorded an overall household population increase of 5 percent from May 2001 to May 2010 based on estimates derived from a complete enumeration of the population of Saint Lucia during the conduct of the recently completed 2010 Population and Housing Census.

Seychelles:

Population 2002, 81755
Population 2010, 88311

Solomon Islands:

The latest Solomon Islands population has surpassed half a million – that’s according to the latest census results.
It’s been a decade since the last census report, and in that time the population has leaped 100-thousand.

Meanwhile, far from being places where people are fleeing, no fewer than the top six of the very fastest growing cities in China, Shenzzen, Dongguan, Foshan, Zhuhai, Puning and Jinjiang, are absolutely smack bang within the shaded areas identified as being likely sources of climate refugees.
Similarly, many of the fastest growing cities in the United States also appear within or close to the areas identified by the UNEP as at risk of having climate refugees.
More censuses are due to come in this year, and we await the results for Bangladesh and the Maldives – said to be places most at risk – with interest.
However, a very cursory look at the first available evidence seems to show that the places identified by the UNEP as most at risk of having climate refugees are not only not losing people, they are actually among the fastest growing regions in the world.
(Footnote: As requested, credit goes to the cartographer of the UNEP map, Emmanuelle Bournay.)
UPDATE: What’s it all about then? Find the response from the UNEP here and a theory as to why they were so keen about the 50 million refugees claim.
UPDATE: Some other published reactions to the story.
UPDATE: A little background about the claim.

Kikes Mock The Crucifiction Of Jesus

Please send this video to every Christian Zionist that you know, to anyone who thinks that the terror state of kikestan is “our only ally in the mideast”




Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.

Revelation 3:9  Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.

John 8 38I speak that which I have seen with my Father: and ye do that which ye have seen with your father.  39They answered and said unto him, Abraham is our father. Jesus saith unto them, If ye were Abraham’s children, ye would do the works of Abraham.
 40But now ye seek to kill me, a man that hath told you the truth, which I have heard of God: this did not Abraham.
 41Ye do the deeds of your father. Then said they to him, We be not born of fornication; we have one Father, even God.
 42Jesus said unto them, If God were your Father, ye would love me: for I proceeded forth and came from God; neither came I of myself, but he sent me.
 43Why do ye not understand my speech? even because ye cannot hear my word.
 44Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
 45And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.
 46Which of you convinceth me of sin? And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me?
 47He that is of God heareth God’s words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God.

Holocaust Stories POURING Out

“oy vey the goyim are catching on to our usurious central banking thefts and endless mid east wars, quick Murray release as many holocaust stories as we have to divert their attention, er, I mean stop anti semitism.”

Seriously though this is over 300 hundred stories in 1 week……..


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