Thursday, April 14, 2011

TRAVEL



In 1969, Rockefeller insider Dr Richard Day predicted the future in these terms: "Travel would become very restricted." (Rockefeller Insider Vowed in 1969: “Travel Will Be More Difficult”)

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WHERE TO GO INSTEAD OF NORTH AFRICA

MALTA - BIRZEBBUGA - SEABREEZE HOTEL

TOP TEN - LONELY PLANET

BEST CITIES TO VISIT

HAPPIEST DESTINATIONS

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anon,
wasn't last year's no fly restrictions over Europe "due to that dense and dangerous ash cloud" (after having blown and dilluted by winds for over 2000km) a bit overly cautious?? In Iceland, the source of "the danger", air travel was down for only 2 - 3 days...
AlJazeera, out of Qatar, (it's airforce is helping to bomb Libya, can't be terribly anti US), made following documentary, which might scare people away from flying...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IaWdEtANi-0&feature=player_embedded

The reasoning given here

http://oilsmokeandmirrors.com/

could reveal the motives behind..

brgds
Caveman

A13 said...

HI Aangirfan,
Travel back in these days was exciting!
Please look at these wonderfull photos that will take you back to another era..I was blown away by them.Now that's travel..Time travel.

http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/fotostrecke-66304.html

To Cuba on the MS Atlantic.1954.

Cheers A13

felix said...

Hotel Seabreeze - absolutely recommended. Perfect 1960s style. What a surprise to find it here!

John Friend said...

Hmmmm....the fascist TSA is certainly not facilitating travel in the USA.

Anon said...

Many thanks for the comments, links and photos!

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Travel reminds us that 'other' people in far away lands are nice, and similar to us.
Those who use fear and TV to sell us war, don't like that one bit.


Caveman, funny how that ash from Iceland was tracked all over the world, and reported on heavily by corporate media. Radiation from Japan........not so much.

Anon said...

Anonymous (6:58) you are so right. Some Australian mates lived in Libya (oil work) and told me how friendly and happy the people were and how good Gaddafi was. Of course, not everyone is 'nice' in all countries. The Bhutanese were supposed to have been pretty 'nice' until they got Rupert Murdoch cable TV, and then some of the kids became a little less nice.

 
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