Monthly Archives: January 2013


Silver Bars Being Secured By HSBC – Buy $876 Million Worth From Poland

HSBC has quietly moved into acquiring large amounts of silver bullion. The bank has secured another deal to buy silver bars from KGHM whichbrings their total purchases of silver from…


India Warns Kashmir to Prep for Nuclear War

  Officials in Indian-controlled Kashmir are warning residents to be prepared for a possible nuclear war by building build bomb-proof basements and collecting two weeks’ worth of food and water….


Paramilitary Force Assembled by Syria with Iranian Help

  President Bashar al-Assad’s regime has put together a new paramilitary force of men and women, some trained by key ally Iran, to fight what is now becoming a guerrilla…


Tensions Escalate: Japanese politician calls for disputed islands no-fly zone

On the eve of a visit to China, Natsuo Yamaguchi, the leader of Japanese coalition partner New Komeito, said yesterday he would propose that military planes from both countries should…


Various U.S. intelligence services help the French in Mali

  At the forefront of the military operation in Mali, France has according to several experts information American drones and satellites, in addition to its own intelligence capabilities, which are…

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Pakistan’s nukes face threat from army insiders

The threat to Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal is from within the Pakistani army and there’s no way external powers can destroy or seize these as long as Islamabad doesn’t make the…


India Scrambles To Make Gold Purchases Ever More Difficult: Hikes Import Tax And Duties Again

  Three weeks ago it became clear that in its fight to curb consumer thirst for gold products, India, whose population is the largest single source of gold consumer demand…


Saudi Arabia Sent Death Row Inmates to Fight in Syria in Lieu of Execution

  A top secret memo sent by the Ministry of Interior in Saudi Arabia reveals the Saudi Kingdom sent death-row inmates, sentenced to execution by decapitation, to Syria to fight…

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Discovery of quadruple helix DNA could lead to cancer breakthrough

Scientists at the University of Cambridge reported Sunday that they have discovered quadruple helix DNA inside human cells by creating synthetic molecules that seek it out — raising the potential…


France uses Mali war to boost Rafale jet

France is exploiting the deployment of Dassault Rafale combat jets against Islamic militants in Mali to boost efforts to clinch a $10 billion deal for 60 of the multirole aircraft…

Photo shows French army soldiers standing on armored vehicles as they leave Bamako and start their deployment to the north of Mali.

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France imposes media blackout on Mali war

France has reportedly imposed a media blackout on its invasion of Mali amid a growing war that rages on in the West African nation. On January 11, France launched the…


‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ Documentary

How could the flag flutter when there’s no wind on the moon? During an interview with Stanley Kubrick’s widow an extraordinary story came to light. She claims Kubrick and other…

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World’s 100 richest earned enough in 2012 to end global poverty 4 times over

The world’s 100 richest people earned a stunning total of $240 billion in 2012 – enough money to end extreme poverty worldwide four times over, Oxfam has revealed, adding that…

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US sanctions: India’s euro payments for Iran crude oil may end on Feb 6

  India may next month be forced to end the 18-month-old arrangement of paying for Iranian crude oil imports through a Turkish bank as a new set of US sanctions…

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Massive Fraud in Spain Threatens Entire Government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy; Protestors in Madrid Shout “Resignation”

I am piecing together a story of fraud and corruption involving the highest levels of Spanish government. My unnamed sources think it could bring down Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. However,…