Friday, March 30, 2012

BRICS: Dollar No Longer Reserve Currency?

on Mar 29, 2012

Priceless - Julian Assange likes my recent post

This is becoming surreal, my hero and fellow Aussie Julian Assange has posted a link to the Silver Doctors version of my Tungsten filled Gold bar story from late last week. I spoke to The Doc from Silver Doctors today and he advised they have had over 130,000 views of their version of the post (most from Julian's posting).

Julian Assange's post in reddit

Wikileaks is priceless

Weekend Chillout - We Will Together

Well that was an "interesting" week, those who know me know the reason. Anyway nothing a few glasses of Hunter Red and some mindless Australian 80's pop music wont fix.

The Sheeple are waking up

Thanks to Mike Krieger for this priceless pic.

Capital Account on MF Global and Goldman Sachs

A brilliant Capital Account episode focusing on the MF Global disaster and the coincidental links to Goldman Sachs former staff members.

Quote of the Week II

"Each problem has hidden in it an opportunity so powerful that it literally dwarfs the problem. The greatest success stories were created by people who recognized a problem a turned it into an opportunity." ~ Joseph Sugarman

The Amber Room hunt

Vladimir Putin in KGB his unifom
Perhaps someone should ask Putin...."From 1985 to 1990, the KGB stationed Putin in DresdenEast Germany.[32] (wikipedia)


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A German historian has made some remarkable discoveries about the missing "Amber Room” – an art collection dubbed the eighth wonder of the world.

Studying declassified intelligence files, Mario Morgner found out that East Germany was devoting huge amount of time, energy and money trying to locate St. Petersburg's missing "Amber Room."

The Amber Room, once located outside St. Petersburg, was designed by German Baroque sculptor Andreas Schlueter in 17th century as a present for Russian tsar Peter the Great from King Friedrich Wilhelm I. The room was lavishly decorated with amber panels, golden ornaments, mosaics, and gems.

During World War II, it was dismantled and shipped by German troops to Koenigsberg, now Kaliningrad. The room was put on display in the royal palace, but soon it was damaged by a fire and subsequently disappeared. Read more