Antagoniste


8 mars 2011

Femmes libres Économie En Chiffres International Mondialisation Québec

Pour la Journée internationale de la femme, je dédie ce billet aux socialistes/communistes de la Fédération des Femmes du Québec:

Journée De La Femme

Les diktats du capitalisme patriarcal mondialisé (sic) ne semblent pas désavantager les femmes, bien au contraire…

Sources:
Heritage Foundation
The 2011 Index of Economic Freedom

Human Development Report 2009
Human Development Report 2009


8 mars 2011

Top5 Qc/Ca Canada Québec Top Actualité

Le Top 5 de l’actualité québécoise et canadienne (1er–7 mars) selon Influence Communication:

Actualité Québec

Actualité Canada

Top 5 Twitter – Semaine du 1er au 7 mars 2011

Québec

  1. Hal Gill: 0,38% (56e)
  2. Montréal-Trudeau: 0,13% (126e)
  3. Stéphanie Parent: 0,11% (144e)
  4. Alex Harvey: 0,11% (148e)
  5. Cinar: 0,09% (167e)

Canada

  1. #tigerblood*: 11,86%
  2. #winning*: 7,07%
  3. #isbetterthan: 3,18%
  4. #thataintwinning: 2,50%
  5. #happy17thbdaybiebs: 2,22%

*Fait référence aux déboires de Charlie Sheen

États-Unis

  1. #tigerblood: 13,34%
  2. #isbetterthan: 4,31%
  3. #blackpeoplemovies: 3,18%
  4. #thataintwinning: 3,08%
  5. McLobster: 2,88%

* Manifestations au Wisconsin

Monde

  1. #tigerblood: 11,74%
  2. #isbetterthan: 4,19%
  3. #blackpeoplemovies: 2,98%
  4. #thataintwinning: 2,94%
  5. McLobster: 2,23%

Source:
Influence Communication


8 mars 2011

L’Estonie, plus intelligente que le Québec… Économie Europe Récession

The New YorkTimes

After Cuts, Voters Back Ruling Bloc in Estonia
The New York Times

Early results in Estonia’s parliamentary election on Sunday showed the ruling coalition headed for a victory, in a remarkable show of support for a government that has imposed harsh austerity measures to lift the country out of recession.

Final counts showed that the two coalition parties — the Reform Party and the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union — had garnered 29 percent and 21 percent of the vote respectively, granting them a majority in the new Parliament. The main opposition party, the Center Party, had 23 percent of the vote, and the Social Democratic Party had 17 percent.

The vote reflects approval for a government that continued to embrace laissez-faire capitalism during the painful months after the global downturn. After Estonia’s economy shrank nearly 15 percent, the state reduced its budget by the equivalent of 9 percent of gross domestic product. Demand fell steeply, and unemployment crept up, early in 2010, to 19.8 percent.

Meanwhile, the economy has been projected to grow by 4 percent this year, and unemployment has dropped to around 10 percent, according to the Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund.