Oh yes…” worst” is the word, but will this last until the next return of JC? Come on… this is another type of holocaust. Puerto Rico has cross arms waiting to be ??? What? We are also humans and very intelligent, but politicians make useless monkeys and slaves out of us. Still they believe they need to have absolute control over an island that has serve that country by giving their lives and souls for their world power. I do hope they consider our sacrifice and know that we also deserve a place in the world with honor as the rest. We are a rainbow island, with people from all over the world, this means “unity” Is not that what this NWO is?
The eyes of the world are trained on Greece, this week, as it teeters on the brink of disaster. Which perhaps helps to explain Alejandro García Padilla’s timing: the Puerto Rico governor chose Monday to announce that the island territory is insolvent, and cannot (will not) pay back its $72 billion in debt. Not on time and in full, in any case.
Like Greece, Puerto Rico’s economic problems aren’t new, and they aren’t likely to be resolved anytime soon. The Puerto Rico government recently asked a team of former IMF economists to write a report on the country, which makes for extremely depressing reading. The big economic picture is downright scary:
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And then comes a litany of lowlights:
- In 1996, the US government repealed Section 936 of the Internal Revenue code, which gave tax breaks to mainland companies operating on the…
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