We Have A Debt Crisis While Sending Another $1.2 Million To Ukraine
- You have a crisis at the border that is supposed to be handled by homeland security. Remember why homeland security was started. And terrorists crossing the border.
- We get a lesson from Muffin. Everything is included except for student loans. Everything else you have to pay on time or your credit would go down. They want tax increases. What she left off is, if you can’t afford the car you have to send it back. If you can’t afford the house, you have to downgrade. If you can’t afford it you may have to live within your means. Congress doesn’t live within its means. They act as though they are a separate kingdom and they keep coming fro your pockets. All we are saying is that everybody has to tighten their belt and live within their means.
- Instead US Set to Announce $1.2 billion aid package to Ukraine.
- China is working out a deal for peace.
- With Everything that is going on. Yesterday was the May day celebration in Russia
- Putin’s deluded reality: President says Russia wants peace and accuses the western elite of waging real war as he presides over Victory Day parade with ONE tank hours after cruise missiles hit Ukraine.
- All the crises that are happening in America and the distractions. Biden wants $1.2 billion to go to Ukraine. And wants to resolve the writers strike. Putin wants peace. China wants peace. They are in DC with a pivotal debt ceiling meeting today.
- In one report we have catastrophic events ahead of us on June 1. McCarthy wants to reel in spending. We want to slow the rate of deficit spending. At the same time everything will collapse on June 1. Wonder if BlackRock ever comes up. Wonder if she calls the nation’s banker JP Morgan. At the same time.
- Banks report tougher credit standards in wake of failures. Could Joe Biden use the 14th Amendment to solve the debt ceiling? That is what is out there. Then they turn around and put the US set to announce a $1.2 billion aid package to Ukraine. Can’t send your social security check but I can send 1.2 billion to Ukraine.
- They already have an end date and already have a rebuilding plan with your money and China and BlackRock are running it. After the war, Ukraine faces the biggest reconstruction project anywhere in the world. The warmongers love this. They love creating a reason to take trillions of dollars to line their pockets. As Ukrainian forces prepared for their crucial counteroffensive against the Russians, Sergiy Tsivkach arrived in Washinton with another mission earlier this month: rebuilding Ukraine after the war ends. Tsivkach, who is the CEO of UkraineInvest, a government body tasked with attracting foreign direct investments, spent a few days in the area meeting with Biden administration officials and business groups like the National Association of Manufacturers at a Commerce Department conference. He also huddled with prospective investors at a law firm. They are already sending people to DC to rebuild. Everything is a crisis and behind in Ukraine. BlackRock has been to Ukraine. Hillary says we have to continue sending money. And DC is getting ready to rebuild. ‘There is a good deal of interest, but everyone is cautious about the war,’ Tsivkach told Semafor in a phone interview late last week before heading home. ‘Everyone also understands there will be an end to the war, there will be Ukrainian victory, and there will be a very profitable place to make business in Ukraine.’ The World Bank has placed the cost of rebuilding Ukraine at $41 Billion over a decade. Estimates from Ukrainian leaders range from $750 billion to over $1 trillion. ‘This will be the biggest reconstruction project anywhere in the world,’ Isobel Coleman, deputy administrator at the US agency for international development, told Samafor in an interview. Ukraine’s economy has taken a beating during the war. Its gross domestic product shrank by over 30% last year. Important infrastructure, like hospitals, schools and roads, even entire cities have been destroyed by Russian strikes. In some ways, the reconstruction process has already begun, Colman noted, including repairs to Ukraine’s energy grid after a barrage of Russian attacks over the winter that interrupted power. Ukraine’s short term needs are being fueled in part by Us dollars appropriated by Congress. Officials say that the longer term post-war reconstruction effort will involve both investments from private sector businesses and multilateral institutions like the IMF and World Bank. ‘we’re not looking to Congress to fund Ukraine’s reconstruction,’ Coleman said.
- Zelensky meets with the BlackRock chief to discuss reconstruction fun. The world’s largest asset manager advised Ukraine on how to revive the country’s shattered economy by attracting public and private investment. Zelesky met with Fink, head of BlackRock, the world’s largest manager of assets to discuss how to attract investment in the country’s war-ravaged economy. In a videoconference, the two discussed how BlackRock, which oversees $8.5 trillion invested all over the world, could provide ‘pro bono advice to the Ukrainian government on setting up a reconstruction fund in support of the recovery of the Ukrainian economy.’ according to a statement released on Monday by Zelensky’s office. The fund would be arranged for both public and private investors to participate in reconstructing and rejuvenating the market economy in Ukraine. The advice would be provided by BlackRocks Financial Market Advisory team, which works with financial institutions, regulators and government and is separate from the company’s investment management business. Attracting private investors in Ukraine is challenging while the war still rages. Ukraine’s government has encouraged entrepreneurs with gran’s zero-interest loans and other financial support, with companies large and small restructuring and relocating, altering the country’s economic geography. An end to the fighting, along with extensive insurance and other arrangements to attract international private investment in Ukraine’s fragile economy, would be necessary before Ukraine could ‘ restore a normal investment climate,’ as Zelensky described his goals in the statement. Many Ukraine’s public and private lenders including BlackRock have agreed to a freeze on payments on tens of billions of dollars in debt. Freeze payments on tens of billions of dollars in debt. Banks are tightening up and we don’t have zero interest. But you can take advantage if this all pans out. Zelensky has stolen 100 millions in Ukraine. And Muffin is giving a financial lesson. We won’t’ take it anymore.
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