Friday, December 02, 2011

WORTH READING

Venice

1. THE TRUTH ABOUT BURMA

"America has stood by Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy for over two decades.

"Because she's a CIA asset, folks...

"Look, I have no love for the Burmese generals or any other oppressive state apparatus; however, how would you react to CIA crawling around your country?

"Burma also part of the golden triangle of drugs in South Asia - which goes a long way towards explaining the CIA's continuing involvement in the area."

MSM Monitor: Burmese Update

Venice

2. THE TRUTH ABOUT SCOTLAND'S OIL

North Sea 'still has lots of oil'

Antrim Energy reports North Sea oil discovery
Ithaca Energy finds oil in North Sea
North Sea Forties Crude Price Jumps As VLCC Booked For Asia
EnQuest Raises Output Forecast on Alma and Galia, Crathes
Canadian Overseas Petroleum: tests show North Sea Asset 'promising'

SCOTTISH OIL TO ONCE AGAIN FLOAT BRITISH TREASURY?

Burano, Venice area.

3. Eben Alexander III and the near-death experience of a neurosurgeon

Venice.

4. Matthew Gold, UK Ambassador to Israel

Paul Flynn: Okay. Matthew Gould has been the subject of a very serious complaint from two of my constituents, Pippa Bartolotti and Joyce Giblin.

When they were briefly imprisoned in Israel, they met the ambassador, and they strongly believe—it is nothing to do with this case at all—that he was serving the interest of the Israeli Government, and not the interests of two British citizens...

There were ... meetings between the ambassador and Werritty and Liam Fox. Questions and letters have proved that, in fact, six such meetings took place...

I do not normally fall for conspiracy theories, but the ambassador has proclaimed himself to be a Zionist...

Robert Halfon: Mr Flynn is implying that the British ambassador to Israel is working for a foreign power, which is out of order.

Paul Flynn MP is no anti-semite... the British Ambassador to Israel and 'neo-conservative' conspiracies

Venice

5. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/30/iceland-recognises-palestinian-state

Very Cool = Iceland

Venice

6. Solving the Debt Crisis: An Ingenious Proposal

Venice

7. In Mexico, a universal struggle against power and forgetting

12 comments:

A13 said...

Hi Aang,
Very Cool for the link over :)
Cheers A13

Anonymous said...

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2011/12/egypt-elbaradei-outed-by-own-movement.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/8927918/ECBs-Draghi-We-need-fiscal-union-not-bank-intervention.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/kazakhstan/8925268/Internet-freedom-in-Central-Asia-worsens-say-human-rights-groups.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2011/12/the-guardian-protects-gould-werritty/

Anonymous said...

http://www.activistpost.com/2011/12/turns-out-government-sachs-conspiracy.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.examiner.com/law-enforcement-in-national/obama-cover-up-court-records-of-border-patrol-agent-murder-sealed

Anonymous said...

Scotland's oil
Aang,
assuming, that your links concerning specifically the prospects of North Sea oil and the general global energy situation are (unfortunately) a bit too optimistic..
these "new discoveries" refer to increases by thousands of barrels, whereas the global consumption is said to be still 85+ million barrels per day..
here a link showing a gloom picture of North Sea oil

http://dieoff.org/page180.htm

and here some sober statements from the world's largest producer

http://rt.com/news/prime-time/russia-oil-new-strategy/

or search vid "oil, smoke and mirrors"

I think, we have to face the ugly realities, realities which seem to enhance and spur the reckless and heinous behaviour of TPTB
Caveman

Anon said...

There's loads of oil and gas in the North Sea. 'They' have always been telling us lies about how little oil there is.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

fascinating stuff, that #3. love to u all!
njt

CanSpeccy said...

One reason that estimates of N. Sea oil reserves have been upped is the introduction of new extraction techniques (fracking and lateral drilling) which allow a return to "exhausted" fields and the extraction of about as much or more oil as the first time around.

Some good links! Thanks for the plug.

nobody said...

Caveman, my head used to be there until I read Dave McGowan. Google Dave McGowan Mike Ruppert Peak Oil. It's interesting. Turns out oil isn't a fossil fuel. Weird eh? Didn't they teach us that at school? That and the fact that compound interest is right and good, ha ha. Anyway, between McGowan and Ruppert, I'll take McGowan.

 
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