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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

part 2

3. Another weird fact about the Obama boys - they are deeply in trouble it seems with revolting generals and secret disgracing information made public about them - might be the Mossad is not happy with him any more attacking their banksters from Goldman and now one of the prime assets of Rothschild - BP.

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Guest Post: Obama Administration Knew About Deepwater Horizon 35,000 Feet Well Bore, Green-Lighted And Fast-Tracked Project




President Obama and Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar, Secretary of Energy Steven Chu, and Defense Secretary Robert Gates were informed that BP would drill an unprecedented 35,000 feet well bore at the Macondo site off the coast of Louisiana. In September 2009, the Deepwater Horizon successfully sunk a well bore at a depth of 35,055 below sea level at the Tiber Prospect in the Keathley Canyon block 102 in the Gulf of Mexico, southeast of Houston... According to the Wayne Madsen Report (WMR) sources within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the Pentagon and Interior and Energy Departments told the Obama Administration that the newly-discovered estimated 3-4 billion barrels of oil in the Gulf of Mexico would cover America's oil needs for up to eight months if there was a military attack on Iran that resulted in the bottling up of the Strait of Hormuz to oil tanker traffic, resulting in a cut-off of oil to the United States from the Persian Gulf. Obama, Salazar, Chu, and Gates green-lighted the risky Macondo drilling operation from the outset, according to WMR's government sources.


4. Another strange plane crash - when such a guy dies like this its never an accident.


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Australia Mourns Mining Executives Killed in Plane Crash

Talbot Group Holdings shows Queensland mining magnate Ken Talbot  (top C) with management board members of Sundance Resources, killed in  West Africa Plane Crash, 21 June 2010
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Talbot Group Holdings shows Queensland mining magnate Ken Talbot (top C) with management board members of Sundance Resources, killed in West Africa Plane Crash, 21 June 2010

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Australia is mourning the deaths of several mining executives, including billionaire tycoon Ken Talbot, in a plane crash in West Africa. The entire management board of Sundance Resources was wiped out in the accident, leaving the company in crisis.

The mining industry has made the Australian economy one of the world's most resilient, so the deaths of so many influential figures has made headlines around the country.

Eleven people died when a twin-engine aircraft crashed Saturday into thick jungle near Congo's border with Cameroon in West Africa.

The Australian government says that retrieving the bodies from such inaccessible terrain could be "painstaking".

Among the dead is one of Australia's richest men, Ken Talbot. He made his fortune through a network of pubs before founding a successful mining company, which he later sold.

Talbot was to go on trial in Brisbane in August on corruption charges. He had denied bribing a former minister in the Queensland state government.

5. I mentioned yesterday the same for the warlords and politicians in Iraq - the easiest way to get rich in banana republics is to work for the CIA but the risk might be you end up like the 11 guys above.
I wonder who makes more mio dollar bonus pays Wallstreet or the CIA. That is why they have to deal with drugs and weapons the taxpayer can not finance the multi-billion budget they need to sponsor close friends that might be why the government will never completely strip down Swiss banking secrets they need them.

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US Funds Used to Pay Afghan Warlords

A U.S. armored personal carrier vehicle escorts a convoy of trucks  carrying U.S. equipments in Kabul, Afghanistan (File)
Photo: AP

A U.S. armored personal carrier vehicle escorts a convoy of trucks carrying U.S. equipments in Kabul, Afghanistan (File)

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A congressional investigation says tens of millions of dollars of U.S. taxpayer funds are indirectly being paid to Afghan warlords, public officials and even the Taliban to ensure safe passage of U.S. supply convoys in Afghanistan.

A lengthy report released late Monday says eight Afghan-based private contractors working with the Defense Department through a $2.1 billion transportation contract are paying several thousand dollars per truck for guards.

The contract covers at least 70 percent of all goods and services used by U.S. forces.

Congressional investigators say trucking contractors raised the issue with military officials, but their concerns were never properly addressed.

The report was completed by the House of Representative's national security subcommittee, which will hold hearings on the report Tuesday.

The U.S. military says it has begun investigating reports of corruption in Afghanistan, and has created a task force to determine the impact of its contracting processes on corruption.

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