Tuesday, September 6, 2011

September 06 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Gold Bullion - It's NOT Chicken Soup It's The Refugee's Friend And The Only REAL Currency

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Cabale News ServiceSeptember 06 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Gold Bullion - It's NOT Chicken Soup... It's The Refugee's Friend And Due To It's Unique Properties The Only REAL 'Currency'

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[After the commentary Jim Lauderdale goes looking for El Dorado. Courtesy of the respective artists and KPIG Radio Freedom California Earth.]
» In reports that are being strongly denied by the Niger government it's been rumored that overnight a mile long column of armored personnel carriers and assorted other vehicles slid over the border from Libya to Niger. Rumor also has it that the convoy carried Muammar al-Gadaffi, some of his family, and tons of Gold... Which is what one takes for trade and barter when one is a refugee.

On the other hand, it could have just as well been a contingent of Libyan rebels looting the Libyan treasury and leaving for Vienna Virginia via the first "Air America" flight out of the Niger jungle. Just sayin'.

Here's something to think about every time the Western media parrots the phrase "Foreign Fighter". The same people the Pentagon and NATO have consorted with in Libya are shooting at our soldiers in Iraq and elsewhere.

West Point Study
Libyan 'Rebels' Are Also Most Likely To Be The 'Foreign Fighters' Killing US Troops In Iraq

[Click for full size chart. Courtesy of West Point Military Academy and Land Destroyer]
Taken from a US West Point study [West Point, PDF] these graphs created by data obtained in Iraq clearly show that Libya's eastern region, and the cities of Darnah and Benghazi in particular, provided by far more militants found fighting US troops in Iraq than any other nation, including Saudi Arabia.
Further, a major part of the Libyan "rebel" army is still on U.S. State Department Terrorist Organization sanctions list:
"Belhaj/al-Hasidi and his men are being portrayed as reformed terrorists despite the fact that they are still LIFG fighters and LIFG itself is still listed as an international terrorist organization." [Source]
Also see: "West Point CTC Confirms LIFG Terrorists Leading Libyan Rebellion - then apologizes for them."

» Yesterday was not a bank, or any other kind of holiday in the rest of the world, and the rest of the world's financial markets continued to be thrashed by troubles with the EU economic picture and the potential that the coalition of governments will come apart along with their currency. The effects are being felt this morning in the US market which was down three hundred points and more shortly after the opening bell. Gold was rising in price by a dollar a minute at one point reaching more than $1,900 and holding over that mark.

» We claim to have captured another top commander of Afghanistan's so-called al-Qaeda in a joint operation with Pakistan's intelligence service. It's also claimed one of the other top leaders "in charge of EU tactical planning" was also killed or casptured. But first one needs to believe there IS such a person as a "top leader in charge of EU tactical planning" in what has been noted repeatedly by everyone to to be an organization that doesn't really exist as an 'organization', so to speak, anymore. There's also this note from the Australian newspaper the Herald-Sun saying claims of the decedent being at the top of the hierarchy of the organization are more than a bit overstated: "Pakistan may have overplayed al-Qaida arrest, terrorism expert says"

As a matter of fact it's been reported there are currently more people working for the CIA's Drone War program than there are al-Qaeda. That puts the total number of people considered al-Qaeda at approximately 2,000 worldwide.

» Iran has put it's new 60 Megawatt nuclear reactor into operation on the Iranian power grid. The IAEA, purged of anyone who might dissent, and the US, claim the reactor is 'dual use' despite having no proof of that claim whatsoever.

» In Afghanistan thirty Pakistanis of Kirghiz and Uzbek ethnicity have been kidnapped by the Taliban. Their safe return according to their captors is dependent on those tribal groups, who have (most likely involuntarily and under duress) sided with the West, agree to stay out of the way of Talib operations.

» The US Post Office will be broke as of September 20 due to their looming inability to pay into the employee's retirement fund. Congress is scheduled to hold hearings today on a possible bailout and perhaps authorize a rewrite of the pension provisions requiring the Post Office to be vested in the retirement fund for seventy five years in advance.

This is Razer Raygun saying 'Happy Motoring America...' Enjoy it while you can.

Remember... Capitalism is holding a loaded gun...

...And the target is you.

(And PLEASE try to keep your government from killing all the dusky natives...)


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