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If You Think This Oil Spike Is Temporary, Check Out This Chart

March 4, 2011 1 comment
This oil price spike is going to be anything but short lived, if you believe this chart from Morgan Stanley. 

It details how by the year 2013, there’s not going to be any excess supply in the system. That means, even if the Saudis aren’t lying about being able to ramp up production like Jim Rogers says, they’ve only got two more years to do so before that spare capacity evaporates.

So beyond the Middle East instability trend, there’s a much bigger problem lurking.


From Morgan Stanley (they clearly mean “spare” not “space” in the headline):


Turkmenistan to boost gas deliveries to China

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AP

ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan (AP) — Energy-hungry China is set to sign an agreement with the Central Asian nation of Turkmenistan later this year to boost its future annual natural gas purchases by 20 billion cubic meters, state newspaper Neutral Turkmenistan reported Wednesday.

The deal means Turkmenistan’s annual gas sales to China will eventually reach 60 billion cubic meters — equivalent to more than half China’s entire natural gas consumption last year.

Turkmenistan began delivering gas to China through a newly completed pipeline in late 2009, but that route is only expected to reach full annual capacity of 40 billion cubic meters by 2015. As of mid-February, Turkmenistan had supplied 5.8 billion cubic meters of Read more…

A breakdown of the Rothchilds

March 4, 2011 1 comment

vaticproject.blogspot.com

Vatic Note: This is a  MUST read.  It is from the perspective of someone living right there in Rothschilds backyard and knows it all.  This is the most extensive and revealing expose and even includes Soros, and others that Rothschild uses to claim his dominance over the globe and by golly its working.  Just read about Bosnia and eastern Europe where Rothschild has already taken over industry, land, and now made slaves of the people and their children for both labor and sex trade.  The man has no limits to his inhumanity.  The whole family is like that, but then they are Khazars and have a thousand year history of being kicked out of everywhere starting with Mongolia for doing exactly what they are doing now…. their inhumanity has been rejected everywhere.  THIS IS WHY THE WORLD MUST GO TO WAR AGAINST THE INTERNATIONAL BANKING KHAZAR ROTHSCHILD REGIME.  THEY HAVE DECLARED WAR ON US.  Fine, its time we started fighting back.  They want a world war, well, this is the only one we should be fighting. MEMORIZE THESE FACES AND NEVER FORGET THEM. Read more…

Biometrics: dream come true or nightmare?

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computerworld.com

Having previously looked at how biometric recognition is more than a fictional spy-thriller, we didn’t look at biometric technology used in the past which seems like something out of the future. These are some of those past biometrics, followed by a few new biometric recognition technologies being proposed for everything from securing your smartphone, replacing the ID in your wallet, and even required testing to prove paternity.

From WikiLeaks diplomat cables, we discovered that the State Department is more interested in collecting biometric data than was previously disclosed. A cable supposedly from Hillary Clinton told certain embassies in Africa to collect more biographical information like fingerprints, facial images, DNA, and iris scans for U.S. Intelligence. Besides asking for “detailed biometric Read more…

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe uses fear to avoid possible protests

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www.rnw.nl

Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe is said to have deployed soldiers to control the capital amid growing insecurity by his regime which fears that the anti-government protests in the Middle East may soon catch up with Zimbabwe.

By Innocent Munetsi, Harare

Soldiers both on foot and in armored trucks have been seen patrolling in neighborhoods of the capital Harare. They have set up tents at local police stations and have created roadblocks, stopping and searching cars and everyone they meet.

Chitungwiza, a stronghold of Mugabe’s political rival Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, is one of the perceived hotspots that have been cordoned off by pro-Mugabe soldiers.

This is the testimony of Leonard Chuma, a resident of Chitungwiza, Harare’s satellite town situated 25 kilometres to the south:

“Soldiers weren’t spared”
“The night club entrance was sealed off. In seconds, there were dozens of soldiers inside. The DJ was ordered to stop the music and we were all ordered to lie down Read more…

Questions Remain on Libyan Mustard Agent Stockpile

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globalsecuritynewswire.org

(Mar. 3) – Antigovernment activists in Libya march today in a funeral procession for one of five people killed yesterday in fighting with dictator Muammar Qadhafi’s forces (Gianluigi Guercia/Getty Images).


The U.S. intelligence community is uncertain of the exact location of Libya’s remaining chemical warfare materials, though officials say besieged dictator Muammar Qadhafi has moved to bolster the security surrounding the primary cache of mustard blister agent, Reuters reported yesterday (see GSN, March 2).

(Mar. 3) – Antigovernment activists in Libya march today in a funeral procession for one of five people killed yesterday in fighting with dictator Muammar Qadhafi’s forces (Gianluigi Guercia/Getty Images).

Before fighting began last month, Libya had been making Read more…

China Adds New Limits on Foreigners

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Shiho Fukada for The New York Times

A police officer, left, filmed a foreign journalist as street cleaners swept water to keep passersby moving and a plain clothes officer, right, watched pedestrians on Sunday along Wangfujing Street in Beijing, where a protest had been called.

By SHARON LaFRANIERE

BEIJING — Apparently unnerved by an anonymous Internet campaign urging Chinese citizens to emulate protests that have rocked the Middle East, the authorities this week have begun a forceful and carefully targeted clampdown on activities by foreigners that the government deems threatening to Read more…