Monday, June 13, 2011

For all those who wanted to be an Arms Dealer but their Mummy wouldn't let them

Fans of the movie "The Lord of War" would be interested in listening to a real life arms dealer, Peter Bleach, who spent several years in an Indian prison for the 1995 Purulia arms drop case.

Interestingly this case mentions the Ananda Marga religious group, who were for several years implicated in the 1978 Sydney Hilton Bombing which was described in Parliament at the time as the first and only domestic terrorist event in Australia.

The Enlightened Ones confronted by Humans


Astounding footage has emerged of top Bilderberg members being confronted by protesters as they walked on foot down the mountain road towards the Suvretta Hotel. Bilderberg attendees rarely ever venture outside of hotel grounds which is why this represents such a shocking development.

Bilderbergers seen in the video clip include Peter Mandelson, Google founder Eric Schmidt, Peer Steinbrück, Franco Bernabe, Jacob Wallenberg, and Thomas Enders.

In one of the scenes, a protester explains how he had a conversation with a Bilderberg member who arrogantly told him that Bilderberg were busy “setting their agenda” and that demonstrators shouldn’t bother them.

Bilderberger Thomas Enders tells one protester, “don’t worry about it,” when he complains about Bilderberg’s undemocratic foundation.

Weaponized Internet - The suitcase internet info-weapon

For those who follow the Juniors and Small caps

Whilst this guy might be a legend and consistently beat the market any passive investor buying gold and silver in 2000, and adding to it once year thru 2010 could have beat this guy without ever having to look at a single price chart. Maybe I am just a lazy Aussie but I would rather have an average return of 15% per year for 10 years without having to take more than 1 action a year than put in 50+ hours/week like this guy must for about 13% per year.

Black Monday coming today?


Stock markets still look amazingly high for the increasingly gloomy economic outlook. But the long rally in US equities turned down six weeks ago and shows no signs of recovery. The Japanese earthquake disaster is impacting on Asian economic data.

There are big problems with no realistic solutions wherever you look. Even quantitative easing has lost its credibility with markets as it has so obviously failed to deliver the goods aside from delaying disaster.

QE follyLink

Why anybody thought printing money and going further into debt would make life better was not apparent to ArabianMoney a year ago. However, we underestimated the power of money printing to inflate financial markets, and that of course is the real reason for the total disconnect between stock market prices and economic reality.

If the prospect for the US is at best low growth for the next 10 years as one commentator suggested yesterday then stock prices have to be reset. Indeed, it does not have to be that dramatic, just properly discounting the high unemployment and falling house prices of today would be enough to require stocks to trade at a much lower level........

This Monday is also the date cited by Martin Armstrong in his 8.6-year cycle that matches with the crashes of 1987 and 1929 (click here). Is this a date with destiny? in full

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