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Gold Climbs, Silver Touches 30-Year High Amid Inflation Concern

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bloomberg.com

Gold rose to a one-month high as rising consumer prices boosted investor demand for an inflation hedge. Silver touched a 30-year high.

The cost of living in the U.S. climbed in January for a seventh month, the government said today. The U.K. consumer- price index rose to a 26-month high last month, a report this week showed. The precious metal has fallen 2.6 percent this year after rallying 30 percent in 2010 and touching a record in December.

“Gold is ready to resume its uptrend because of the worsening outlook for inflation,” said James Turk, founder of GoldMoney.com, which held $1.4 billion of precious metals and currencies for investors at the end of January.

Gold futures for April delivery climbed $10, or 0.7 percent, to $1,375.10 an ounce at 1:42 p.m. on the Comex in New York. Earlier, the price touched $1,385.40, the highest since Read more…

Global systemic crisis / World geopolitical breakup – End of 2011: Fall of the “Petro-dollar wall”

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– Public announcement GEAB N°52 (February 16, 2011) –

GEAB N°52 is available! Global systemic crisis / World   geopolitical breakup – End of 2011: Fall of the “Petro-dollar wall” and a   major monetary-oil shock for the United States

With this issue our team is celebrating two important anniversaries in anticipation terms. Exactly five years ago, in February 2006, the GEAB N°2 suddenly encountered worldwide success by announcing the next “Triggering of a major global crisis” characterized especially by “The end of the West as we have known it since 1945”. And exactly two years ago, in February 2009, in the GEAB N°32, LEAP/E2020 anticipated the start of global geopolitical dislocation phase by the end of that same year. In both cases, it is important to note that the undeniable interest aroused by these anticipations at international level, measurable particularly by millions of people reading the related public announcements, has been matched only by mainstream media silence over these same analyses and the fierce opposition (on the internet) of the vast majority of economic, financial or geopolitical experts and Read more…

Strange Particles Coming Out Of The Sun

February 18, 2011 3 comments

rumormillnews.com

BeePee: YouTube user TATANKAWOWAHA sent me the initial picture of this strange anomaly happening on the sun and I followed up with the current image…

Something is coming out of the sun! A few months back some scientists were doing some math and they use radioactive material decay rates to generate random numbers (complicated) and they noticed that what was never supposed to change was changing with outbursts from the suns core… Its changing matter that we as humans have, we have 8 types that is being effected by this new particle and it will/is changing the entire human DNA structure! And no media coverage about it!

 

US price increases hit consumers

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WASHINGTON – US energy and grocery prices are on the rise, hitting already struggling consumers and posing a tricky dilemma for US policy makers.

Confirming what most US shoppers already suspected, the Labor Department on Thursday reported prices for everything from vegetables to unleaded fuel rose again in January.

The Labor Department’s consumer price index rose 0.4 percent for the month, a rate that was slightly higher than economists expected and which confirmed large price increases for commonly bought goods in the last year.

The figures showed gasoline prices have leaped over 13 percent in the last 12 months, while grocery prices rose slowly but Read more…

Nigeria Christians Concerned Amid New Deadly Clashes

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ABUJA, NIGERIA (Worthy News)– Tensions remained high in Nigeria’s Plateau State Wednesday, February 16, where up to eight people were killed and more injured in sectarian clashes sparked by the stabbing of a police officer.

Witnesses said Tuesday’s violence in the city of Jos included a gang setting up a roadblock in one neighborhood, leading to up to four deaths. Others, including Christians, said up to four more people were murdered and their bodies set ablaze elsewhere, including in the Gada-Biu area.

There were also reports that tires, cars and motorcycles were burned as well.

Christians said the violence began after the police officer was stabbed to death when he Read more…

Soros team wants al-Qaida in government

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Told Algerian officials those supporting Islamic caliphate should be ’empowered’

By Aaron Klein
© 2011 WorldNetDaily

JERUSALEM – An international “crisis management” group led by billionaire George Soros long has petitioned for the Algerian government to cease “excessive” military activities against al-Qaida-linked groups and to allow organizations seeking to create an Islamic state to participate in the Algerian government.

The organization, the International Crisis Group, also is tied strongly to the Egyptian opposition movement whose protests led to the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Soros’ own Open Society Institute has funded opposition groups across the Middle East and North Africa, including organizations involved in the current chaos.

Following protests that led to the resignations of Mubarak and Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali – both key U.S. allies – Algeria similarly has been engulfed in anti-regime riots.

Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has ruled the country with a tough hand. And he has been an Read more…

Farmers Deposit Seeds in Arctic Doomsday Vault, Patrolled by Polar Bears

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Matthew Hall

Farmers from Australia are the latest donors to a polar bear-patrolled Arctic doomsday vault that stores seeds as insurance against an international food emergency.

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a converted mine, is located about 800 miles from the North Pole in Arctic Norway.

An Australian delegation of farmers and scientists next week will deposit 301 samples of peas and 42 rare chickpeas in the vault, intending to protect the plant species from extinction by climatic or man-made events.

Snow blows off the Svalbard Global Seed Vault at sunrise, Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2008. 

John McConnico, AP
Australian farmers and scientists next week will deposit 301 samples of peas and 42 rare chickpeas in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, shown here in 2008.

“It’s a very robust structure, concrete, made into the Read more…