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Hiding Details of Dubious Deal, U.S. Invokes National Security

Filed in AT T, Bank Gold, o by on February 20, 2011 0 Comments

A onetime biomedical technician with a penchant for gambling, Mr. Montgomery is at the center of a tale that features terrorism scares, secret White House briefings, backing from prominent Republicans, backdoor deal-making and fantastic-sounding computer technology. Interviews with more than two dozen current and former officials and business associates and a review of documents show that Mr. Montgomery and his associates received more than $20 million in government contracts by claiming that software he had developed could help stop Al Qaeda’s next attack on the United States. But the technology appears to have been a hoax, and a series of government agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency and the Air Force, repeatedly missed the warning signs, the records and interviews show.

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Grigory Pasko: When the Deaf Sing

Filed in BP, Gold Investing, o by on December 30, 2010 0 Comments

On 21 December, the case of a certain S.Antonov was being examined in the court of the Central district of Minsk. According to the police report, he had participated in an unsanctioned action and had been shouting out anti-state slogans….

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Filed in Bank Gold, gld, ubs by on October 19, 2010 0 Comments

The multi-billion dollar Ford Foundation’s historic relationship to the Central Intelligence Agency [CIA] is rarely mentioned on Pacifica’s DEMOCRACY NOW / Deep Dish TV show, on FAIR’s COUNTERSPIN show, on the WORKING ASSETS RADIO show, on The Nation Institute’s RADIO NATION show, on David Barsamian’s ALTERNATIVE RADIO show or in the pages of PROGRESSIVE, MOTHER JONES and Z magazine. One reason may be because the Ford Foundation and other Establishment foundations subsidize the Establishment Left’s alternative media gatekeepers / censors.

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Global Currency Wars: Three Ways to Profit From the "Race to the Bottom"

Filed in currencies, Gold Investing, Gold Prices, silver by on October 12, 2010 0 Comments

Short of sitting on the sidelines, investors can’t escape the global currency wars – a “race to the bottom” shootout that has countries debasing their currencies to boost overseas sales. But here’s the only thing you need to know: As the central banks of the world slug it out in the global currency markets, individual investors who understand the currency-war strategy can reap some extraordinary gains. Let’s take a look. For three investments that will let you profit from the “race to the bottom,” please read on…

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China’s Housing Bubble May Pop In The Next 6-12 months-S&P

Filed in Gold Prices, silver by on October 11, 2010 0 Comments

Will the great Chinese housing bubble finallypop? S&Pcredit analyst Bei Fu thinks soifthe central government continues its tightening measures. It remains to be seen ifthe Chinese model of central planning can prevent …

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Citigroup (NYSE:C) Raises Gold Estimate to $1,450

Citing expected quantitative easing, which is another word for inflation, to be instituted by the Federal Reserve, Citigroup (NYSE:C) sees gold prices over the near and medium term to rise to $1,450 an ounce. That is based on the accurate assumption the value of the U.S. dollar and other currencies will fall against gold as they continue to be debased from the faulty policies of their central

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CEO of troubled Mount Clemens bank disappears

Filed in Bank Gold, ceo, economy, gld, Gold Spot Market, lead by on September 21, 2010 0 Comments

Community Central president was last seen on videotape leaving by himself Co-workers and community leaders remain shocked that the president of a troubled Mount Clemens bank has disappeared, leaving his office in “disarray” and his car in the bank parking lot. Investigators theorize David Widlak, president and CEO Community Center Bank, either met with foul play, voluntarily left the area, or took his own life.

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Iraq: The Trail of Disinformation

Filed in Gold by on September 21, 2010 0 Comments

Let’s start with a simple fact. The United States invaded and conquered Iraq on the basis of lies. Even the official report of the United States Senate admits as much. So, where did all this bad information come from? While the culprits would like to pin the blame on the Central Intelligence Agency, the facts point in a different direction. To cite just one example, the now-discredited claim that Saddam was trying to buy “Yellow Cake” Uranium from Niger came from the Pentagon, specifically from Paul Wolfowitz, using information the CIA stated was unreliable. Wolfowitz, and his assistant Douglas Feith, set up a special office called the “Office of Special Plans” in 2001, that fed information to the White House to urge the attack on Iraq. Shortly after the invasion, the OSP was disbanded.

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Red's Bull Alert:Gold gains as Central Banks Buy-up | Live Stock …

Filed in Australian Gold, Gold, Indonesian Gold by on September 14, 2010 0 Comments

Gold prices rose to a new record high on forecasts that Central Banks will be net Buyers of Bullion this year for the first time in two decades, the clearest.

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Top Central Bankers Agree on New Rules for Global Banking

Filed in euro, Federal Reserve, New Gold, South African Gold, Spot Gold by on September 13, 2010 0 Comments
Top Central Bankers Agree on New Rules for Global Banking

Filed under: International Markets , Money and Finance Today , Federal Reserve Top central bankers and regulators from 27 countries have agreed on new rules for central banking, according to The New York Times. Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, said, “The agreements reached today are a fundamental strengthening of global capital markets.” The agreement requires banks to raise the amount of common equity they hold to 7% of assets from 2%. Often known as Basel III, the group set a deadline of Jan. 1, 2013 for member nations to implement the rules. Continue reading Top Central Bankers Agree on New Rules for Global Banking Top Central Bankers Agree on New Rules for Global Banking originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Mon, 13 Sep 2010 09:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Give Me Capitalism Without the Cronies

Filed in Federal Reserve, Gold Investing, Gold Prices, silver by on August 31, 2010 0 Comments

Give Me Capitalism Without the Cronies Many of the monetary actions taken by the Federal Reserve and other central banks last year were done under the auspices that they were “trying to save capitalism” or “the free market.” Setting aside the…

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Divide and Rule

Filed in gld by on August 23, 2010 0 Comments

Mark Daniels | What we are witnessing in America today is a deliberate attempt by the Global Elites to divert attention away from the global economic crises and the criminal activities of the Central Banking Cartel.

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