mercredi 31 juillet 2013

Le point sur l'immobilier US ou comment Bernanke organise la féodalisation du peuple américain avec sa planche à billets

Comment on House Prices: Real Prices, Price-to-Rent Ratio, Cities
Calculated Risk, 30/07/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Les différents indicateurs de prix (nominaux = non ajusté de l'inflation officielle)


ajustés de l'inflation officielle :


Ratio achat / location :



US Rents Hit Record Highs As Homeownership Plunges To 18 Year Lows
ZeroHedge, 30/07/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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La proportion de propriétaires continue sa chute libre :


Le loyer médian ne cesse de grimper :


Le tout alors que les salaires baissent désormais :


En fait tout se passe comme si la FED, avec sa grande politique keynésienne de gôche que-la-déflation-c'est-le-mâââl, dilue l'argent de tous en distribuant de l'argent à gros bouillons à la kleptocratie (qui aurait du faire faillite en 2008), afin que la sus-dite kleptocratie rachète avec cette fausse monnaie les logements des américains et en fasse des locataires.

C'est beau le groucho capitalisme quand même...

Toute ressemblance avec ceci serait purement fortuite :
1891, American Bankers Association, as printed in the Congressional Record of April 29, 1913 : On Sept, 1, 1894, we will not renew our loans under any consideration. On Sept. 1st we will demand our money. We will foreclose and become mortgagees in possession. We can take two-thirds of the farms west of the Mississippi, and thousands of them east of the Mississippi as well, at our own price... We may as well own three-fourths of the farms of the West and the money of the country. Then the farmers will become tenants as in England ...
Ce à quoi on assiste, c'est juste la version moderne, avec la planche à billets...

Dans le même ordre d'idées :
US Fast Food Workers Strike, Demand 100% Pay Raise
ZeroHedge, 31/07/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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"It's noisy, it's really hot, fast, they rush you. Sometimes you don't even get breaks. All for $7.25? It's crazy," is how one worker described the conditions that have caused her and the rest of America's fast-food employees to go on strike today. They demand the right to unionize and better pay - calling for a raise in the minimum wage from $7.25 to $15. Workers chanted, "Supersize our wages," as spokespersons for the Fast Food Forward campaign explained the economic logic, "If they have more money in their pockets, they'll spend it right here, helping to boost the entire economy." Which leaves us asking the always awkward question - where does this new 'economy boosting' money come from for this 107% pay rise? With gas prices rising, rents soaring and many employees already reliant on food stamps and medicaid, "I can't even order something off the menu with what I earn," one worker noted, "It makes me wonder what I'm even doing there." Indeed it does with all those benefits on offer elsewhere.

Bear in mind that the majority of new jobs created have been lower-wage jobs.

And it seems three years on that the family of four is still struggling.

Via AP,

Workers at McDonald's, Burger King and Wendy's restaurants across New York City, Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Mo., and Flint, Mich., walked out Monday in a one-day strike to demand better pay and the right to unionize, calling for minimum wage to more than double from $7.25 to $15 an hour and the end to what activists called "abusive labor practices."

Et Berruyer fait aussi en ce moment une série sur les inégalités de revenus aux USA. Y a les deux premiers ici et ici. J'attends le dernier pour vous faire un post dédié avec...

1 commentaire:

  1. j'ai l'impression que le droit de grande propriété sera respecte coute que coute .

    les raisins de la colère

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