Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Iranian Naval buildup, showing Zendran influence

While this news of Iran upgrading the weapons on it's ships is old hat
the other news stories are not. Notice the announcement of the Atlantic
deployment comes after the first successful Mediterranean deployments
which included submarines. And notice the article about building
Aircraft Carriers. While such ships are at least a decade away Iran is
capable of building other ships for it's fleet, including Amphibious
Assault Carriers like the kind Indonesia and India operates, and Iran
may be studying India's new Carrier being built in Kochi. Also notice
this comes three years after I posted this
That the Iranian Navy could have ignored this is next to impossible.
Consider also how rouhani, iranpoliticsclub, bahman nassiri, and other
prominent Iranians are ow starting to mimic me on Iranian security
Peter Khan Zendran

News - English
News numbre: 9007040361
2011-09-28 - 11:41

Iran Equips Army, IRGC Naval Forces with New Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian Defense Ministry supplied large numbers of a
newly produced powerful ant-ship cruise missile to the country's Navy
and the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) to boost Iran's naval
defense power.

During a ceremony attended by Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General
Ahmad Vahidi, the Defense Ministry delivered the Qader (Mighty)
anti-ship cruise missiles to the Army's Navy and IRGC's naval force.

Addressing the ceremony, also attended by Iranian Navy Commander Rear
Admiral Habibollah Sayyari and Commander of the IRGC Naval Force
Brigadier General Ali Fadavi, Vahidi said that Iran has managed to
mass-produce the missile in the shortest time possible.

He stressed that production of the missiles showed that the Iranian
Defense Industries are able to satiate the Iranian Armed Forces' missile

As regards the features and specifications of the new missile, Vahidi
said Qader is an anti-ship cruise missile with a range of 200km and
enjoys a short launch time and is able to hit all naval vessels,
including frigates and warships, as well as onshore enemy targets.

Tehran launched an arms development program during the 1980-88 Iraqi
imposed war on Iran to compensate for a US weapons embargo. Since 1992,
Iran has produced its own tanks, armored personnel carriers, missiles
and fighter planes.

Yet, Iranian officials have always stressed that the country's military
and arms programs serve defensive purposes and should not be perceived
as a threat to any other country.

News - English
News numbre: 9007040331
2011-09-28 - 10:33

Iran Planning Naval Buildup Near US Coastal Waters

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari
announced that the country plans to move vessels into the Atlantic Ocean
to start a naval buildup "near maritime borders of the United States".

"Like the arrogant powers that are present near our marine borders, we
will also have a powerful presence close to the American marine
borders," Sayyari said.

Speaking at a ceremony marking the 31st anniversary of the start of the
1980-1988 war with Iraq, Sayyari gave no details of when such a
deployment could happen or the number or type of vessels to be used.

On July 19 Sayyari also said that Iran was going to send "a flotilla
into the Atlantic".

The remarks come as another high-ranking Iranian military official
rejected a recent US request to establish a "red phone" link between the
countries in the Persian Gulf.

"We would establish direct contact with the United States if we would
ever go to the Gulf of Mexico," Commander of the Islamic Revolution
Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Ali Fadavi said.

He rejected the US demand, and explained, "In the view of the Islamic
Republic of Iran, the presence of the US in the Persian Gulf is
illegitimate and makes no sense."

The Iranian navy has been developing its presence in international
waters since last year, regularly launching vessels in the Indian Ocean
and the Gulf of Aden to protect Iranian ships from Somali pirates
operating in the area.

Iran also sent two ships into the Mediterranean for the first time in
February, via the Suez Canal, to the annoyance of Israel and the United

And in July, Sayyari announced that an Iranian submarine had completed
an inaugural mission in the Southern Indian Ocean and the Red Sea.

News - English
News numbre: 9007040435
2011-09-28 - 18:29

Commander: Iran Plans to Build Aircraft Carriers

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian Navy plans to start designing and building
heavy vessels such as aircraft carriers, a senior Iranian Navy commander
announced on Wednesday.

"The Iranian Army's Navy has done a good job in designing and building
various types of vessels, and now after acquiring the know-how and
experience the Navy is after designing and building chopper and aircraft
carriers," Deputy Commander of the Iranian Navy for Research and
Self-sufficiency Jihad Capitan Mansour Maqsoudlou said.

Speaking to the Islamic republic news agency, Maqsoudlou said that the
Navy has also accomplished designing of new vessels.

"Manufacturing chopper or aircraft carriers may consume time, but
inability has no place amongst us since we believe that WE CAN," the
commander said.

He pointed to the Iranian Navy's major development plan, dubbed as
Velayat (religious leadership), and said manufacturing vessels and
submarines of different class and type is on the agenda of the Navy
based on the plan.

The Captain further named Jamaran 2 Destroyer as the most noteworthy
vessel under production at present, and said it is among the several
vessels in the final stages of production.

Iran's first home-made destroyer, Jamaran 1, was launched in late
February 2010. The Mowdge Class vessel has a displacement of around
14,000 tons and is equipped with modern radars and electronic warfare
capabilities and is armed with a variety of anti-ship,
surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles.

The remarks by Maqsoudlou came as Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral
Habibollah Sayyari announced yesterday that the country plans to build
up a naval presence "near the maritime borders of the United States".

"Like the arrogant powers that are present near our marine borders, we
will also have a powerful presence close to the American marine
borders," Sayyari said.

Speaking at a ceremony marking the 31st anniversary of the start of the
1980-1988 war with Iraq, Sayyari gave no details of when such a
deployment could happen or the number or type of vessels to be used.

Sayyari had first declared on July 19 that Iran planned to send "a
flotilla into the Atlantic".

Iran's naval power has even been acknowledged by foes. In a Sep. 11,
2008 report, the Washington Institute for the Near East Policy said that
in the two decades since the Iraqi imposed war on Iran, the Islamic
Republic has excelled in naval capabilities and is able to wage unique
asymmetric warfare against larger naval forces.

According to the report, Iran's Navy has been transformed into a highly
motivated, well-equipped, and well-financed force and is effectively in
control of the world's oil lifeline, the Strait of Hormuz.
©2006 Fars News Agency. All Rights Reserved

Sunday, September 25, 2011

Open letter to patrick kennedy on Iran

Your statements in support of the mujhadeen e khalk, who have paid you to be their pet micktard, are nothing short of inflammatory and based on your ignorance of Iranian history and Culure. Having being kicked out of politics because of such ignorant behavior I thought you would have come to face reality, instead I wonder if you realize who’s money you are taking and just what you are getting into.
I wonder if you realize that the first mistake your family made in dealing with Iran happened when your uncle president kennedy got involved with savak chief Sephabod Teymour Bakhtiar in his ploting to overthrow Mohammed Reza Shah, even after Bakhtiar was removed as savak chief, directling threatening Iran’s sovereignity. I wonder that your uncle’s refusing to give money in American aid to Iran unless Mohammed Reza Shah implemented sweeping government reforms led to the rise of khomeini, for though Mohammed Reza Shah had intended to implement reforms, the way john f kennedy had him implement them only incited radical muslims, and starting a tradition among the American democratic party of screwing over Iran.
It is true many Iranians had planned to kill john f kennedy, but the cia beat us to it, and it is true that savak trained sirhan sirhan. It is also true that the Iranian community has had a hand in ruining the political career of your family, yourself included, because of the many slights we have received from members of your family, and we have done this because we know your dirty secrets. We know you only came out as being in treatment for depression to conceal your drug addiction. We know you take drugs because you are under the spell of others in the democratic party like madeline halfbright, hillary cunton and your uncle ted’s cronies. We know you and your uncle had constituents who arrived at your office to bring legitimate concerns to your attention arrested. We know that if people knew how your relatives really behave you would be chased out of the country.
Most importantly, we know you have consistently voted against Iran , be it in support of the war on terror or in support of sanctions. Why you have done this we do not know, but it has contributed to your downfall. Instead of learning from your mistakes you nave continued your mistake by becoming the paid micktard for the mujhadeen e khalq. I wonder if you are aware that the mujhadeen e khalq is responsible for many of the worst atrocities in Iran during the 1978-9 revolution, including bloody sunday. Or that they are responsible for some of the worst atrocities committed during the 1980-8 war with Iraq , where they served alongside saddam hussein’s forces. Were these people to have their way with Iran we would have a situation worse than the mullahs have created. Why do you back these suskimargi who will only create more chaos?
Then again I wonder if you are acting as a pawn in a greater plot. After all, you have consistently acted as a pitchman for the new world order while posing as a democrat. After all, those members of the democratic party who have advocated war have advanced in their positions of power in the American government, retaining them despite popular discontent. And I find it more than coincidental that some veterans with the organization that is preserving the USS John F Kennedy played a sick prank on me, accepting some turmeric from me after they told me they had health problems, then admitting that is was a prank, not realizing that the man who gave me the turmeric is an Imperial Iranian Air Force veteran who knew a late member of that organization. Were it not for such ignorance this item would not even be embargoed by your pals in the american government and it could have been used to keep your sister alive. Not to mention how the American government is repeatedly harassing Iranians who do not support invasion of Iran , something which will lead to global war and destruction.
I wonder what your sense of reality is. After all someone either on drugs or who is mentally weak can behave as incoherently as you. The only time I ever saw you act coherently was when you were running from me at that demonstration in August 2008. Then again, you pretty much run when people see you as you really are. I wonder if you ever truly have taken a look at the people around you and met with people before you made decisions that have ruined their lives. In terms of the Iranian community not once have you ever met with us, despite the fact that we are one of the most prominent communities in the boston and new england region.
My challenge to you is this. I dare you to meet with any member of the Iranian community in your area and explain to us your behaviors. I dare you to spend at least a day in our shoes off your drugs and controllers before you continue your behavior. Are you man enough to do this?

Friday, September 16, 2011

Columbia students to dine with Ahmadinejad

Interesting how Ahmadinejad is choosing who he meets with, and how he is
ignoring the Iranian community at large in his NY visit as usual.
Peter Khan Zendran

Report: Group Of Columbia University Students To Dine With Iranian
September 13, 2011 1:16 PM

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A group of Columbia University students are
expected to have dinner with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad next
week in Midtown.

According to the Columbia Spectator, the school’s newspaper, as many as
15 members of the Columbia International Relations Council and
Association were invited.

CIRCA vice president of academics, Tim Chan, told the paper the Sept. 21
meeting is still tentative and none of the members expressed any
reservations about breaking bread with the controversial Iranian leader.

Meanwhile, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, two American hikers jailed for
over two years in Iran on espionage charges, could be freed “in a couple
of days.”

An Iranian court has set bail at $500,000 for each of the men — the same
arrangement that allowed fellow hiker Sara Shourd to go free a year ago.

The hikers all deny the charges and say they may have mistakenly crossed
into Iran while hiking in Iraq’s Kurdish region.

On NBC’s ‘Today’ Show, Ahmadinejad said Tuesday that he hopes the
release will improve relations with the U.S.

There’s speculation that Iran may have timed the potential release to
coincide with Ahmadinejad’s visit to New York later this month for the
United Nations General Assembly. Shourd was released last year just as
Ahmadinejad made his way over for the annual gathering.

Ahmadinejad’s previous visits for the UN General Assembly have been the
source of much controversy and sparked a number of protests.

During last year’s visit, he claimed that the United States was behind
the 9/11 attacks.

“Some segments within the U.S. government orchestrated the attacks to reverse the declining economy and its grips on the Middle East in order to save the Zionist regime,” Ahmadinejad said.

President Barack Obama responded by saying, “It was offensive. It was
hateful and particularly for him to make the statement here in
Manhattan, just a little north of ground zero, where families lost their
loved, ones was inexcusable.”

In trying to explain his 9/11 theories, Ahmadinejad said his real
concern is for the poor American taxpayer, who after the terror attacks
has been shelling out billions for the war on terror.

“We are trying to defend the rights of the American people here so their money is not used to kill people in Iraq and Afghanistan,” Ahmadinejad said.

Good riddance nigress simmons

This news could not come soon enough, to think this decision was made on my birthday too. As usual this announcement is full of airbrushed lies, as nigress simmons ruined brown by packing it with black supremacists, discriminating against all non-Black Africans, including Black Asians, not to mention promoted those professors who agreed with her and got rid of those who dissented, including faculty and students who expressed anti-war/anti-police state views. Not to mention the experiments conducted by brown's medical departments which would make mengele cream his pants.
Even more interesting this comes as I am getting relief for what happened in 2008 as the following evidence has come out in my favor
1. That the brown pig who created the problems for me on April 14, 2008, bob enos, did so to pick a fight with me, and the injuries he sustained in the fight where I beat him up on April 18, 2008 ultimately proved fatal as he was in and out of the hospital from then until he died in February 2011 because of those injuries, and that he lied on his reports whereas all other officers who responded admitted that I took him and 2 other cops out, and had it not been for enos' actions nothing would have happened.
2. That a catherine hanni had not only deliberately provoked the incident on April 14, 2008 by falsely directing me to the brown police but since then I have received harassing mail from her.
3. That watson institute faculty, including jeff kirkman and cathy lutz, deliberately lied about me to advance their careers at brown.
Overall, and administration which started out with so much promise has gutted a once great academic institution.
Peter Z

President Simmons announces plans to step down at end of academic year
September 15, 2011 | Contact: Marisa Quinn | 401-369-4204
Ruth J. Simmons Eighteenth President of Brown University
Professor of Comparative Literature
Professor of Africana Studies
Ruth J. Simmons, 18th president of Brown University, will conclude her term as president at the end of the current academic year. Simmons, in her 11th year as Brown’s president, will continue as professor of comparative literature and Africana studies.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — In messages sent today to the Brown Corporation, faculty, students, staff, and alumni, Brown University President Ruth J. Simmons announced that she will conclude her presidency at the end of the 2011-12 academic year. Simmons, who took up her duties as Brown’s 18th president in July 2001, is in her 11th year.

“I write to you in all humility to tell you of my plans to step down from the Brown presidency at the end of the current academic year and to thank you in advance for what will have been eleven deeply satisfying years at the helm of this wonderful institution,” Simmons wrote. “... I recently decided that this is the ideal time both for Brown and for me personally to begin the process of transitioning to new leadership.”

In her years at Brown, Simmons has reinvigorated the University with a 20-percent increase in the faculty, vastly improved resources for student financial aid, new academic initiatives, improved facilities and support for research, broader and deeper international academic relationships, and extensive redevelopment of the University’s historic College Hill campus. She also led the University through some of the most difficult economic times since the 1930s, following through on important construction projects — a new home for the Alpert Medical School, the Granoff Center for Creative Arts, the fitness and aquatic center, the Robert Campus Center and others — in spite of financial and economic pressures.

“Ruth’s leadership at Brown has been monumental. From the moment of her arrival in Providence, Ruth has inspired our community to raise our sights while providing the wisdom, direction, and leadership to achieve our highest aspirations,” said Chancellor Thomas J. Tisch. “She has paid careful attention to every critical facet of the University, from renewing our commitment to shared governance, to reaffirming our essential role in tackling even the thorniest issues through respectful and informed civil discourse.”

At Commencement ceremonies in 2011, the Brown University faculty presented Simmons with its Susan Colver Rosenberger Medal, the faculty’s highest honor and fullest measure of its esteem.

In her message to the community, Simmons said she would retire as Brown’s president on June 30, 2012, but will continue to be of service to the Corporation and the new president. After a leave, during which she will take up projects she has put on hold during her presidency, she will continue at Brown as professor of comparative literature and Africana studies.

As prescribed in the University’s Charter of 1764, the Brown Corporation is responsible for selecting the University’s president.

“Given the strengths of Brown, our robust governance, and engaged community, we are confident that we will find an inspiring leader to succeed Ruth and to build upon the many significant accomplishments of the last decade,” Tisch said. “We anticipate a thoughtful, measured, and inclusive search process and will be outlining the steps we will take in that regard in the coming weeks.”
Highlights of the Simmons presidency
Vision and planning

Early in her presidency, Simmons articulated a vision for Brown that would revitalize its core activities of teaching and research: at least 100 new faculty positions, a 20-percent increase; a larger and more competitive graduate school; expanded course offerings, including seminars for first-year students; improved financial aid; need-blind admission; increased research capacity with new laboratories and enhanced research support.

Simmons presented her proposals to the Brown Corporation in February 2002, her second Corporation meeting, and received unanimous support. The subsequent Plan for Academic Enrichment was approved by the Corporation in February 2004 and continues to guide the University’s growth and strategic planning.

“President Simmons’ plan was comprehensive and bold. Her vision challenged Brown to strive to reach new heights and encouraged constructive self-criticism throughout the University community,” said Stephen Robert, who was Brown’s chancellor when the plan was developed and approved. “All this, with superb execution, has elevated Brown beyond our most optimistic dreams.”
Academic enrichment

Advancing the goals of the Plan for Academic Enrichment, the University has been able to:

increase the size of its faculty by 20 percent (from 573 in the fall of 2001 to 687 in the fall of 2011), attracting both outstanding junior faculty and senior faculty of international renown throughout all disciplines;
expand its programs of direct academic exchange with international universities, notably in India and China, and organize those international efforts in a new Office of International Affairs;
develop new collaborative relationships and joint programs with local and regional partners, including Trinity Repertory Company, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Marine Biology Laboratory at Woods Hole, and the Draper Laboratory;
assume greater leadership in biology, medicine and public health through faculty expansion, curricular enhancements, improved financial support for medical students, stronger partnerships with affiliated teaching hospitals, and a new medical education facility for the Alpert Medical School. The Alpert Medical School now ranks 29th in the U.S. News & World Report ranking of U.S. medical schools;
invest in expanded graduate study, adding degree programs, improving stipends, and increasing applications;
establish fully funded need-blind admission and revise its financial aid policies so that students from families earning less than $100,000 will not have loans as part of their financial aid package. Sixteen percent of undergraduates who entered Brown this fall are the first generation of their families to attend college. Forty-three percent of Brown undergraduates receive need-based grants;
increase cultural, ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic diversity throughout the University community, including the appointment of an associate provost as the University’s first diversity officer;
work in concert with the city and state so that the University’s development efforts in the Jewelry District can help revitalize an important and historical area of Providence. (Under a June 2003 agreement, Brown and other universities agreed to make annual contributions to sustain the city’s economic health);
establish new centers and institutes, including the Cogut Center for Humanities, the Brown Institute for Brain Science, the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics, and others;
reestablish the Division of Engineering as the Brown School of Engineering;
create a new Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences in newly renovated space at Metcalf Laboratory.

Boldly Brown: The Campaign for Academic Enrichment

To support the goals of the Plan for Academic Enrichment, Brown undertook a $1.4-billion comprehensive campaign — more than three times larger than its previous capital campaign — and met its original goal 18 months early, in May 2009. Included in the campaign’s achievements were the University’s first $100-million gifts: $125 million from alumnus Sidney Frank, $100 million of which was devoted to undergraduate financial aid, and $100 million from the Warren Alpert Foundation, which renamed the University’s medical school and secured its new home in the Jewelry District of Providence. The campaign continued until its original endpoint of Dec. 31, 2010, raising a total of $1.61 billion.
Confronting difficult issues

In the spring of 2003, Simmons established the Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice and charged it with developing a full account of the University’s relationship to slavery and the transatlantic slave trade. In addition to documenting an element of its history that had received scant mention, Simmons sought to demonstrate how an institution dedicated to the development and transmission of knowledge could take on even the most difficult topics through research, presentations, and open, respectful exchanges involving the entire community.

The committee’s report, Slavery and Justice, delivered in October 2006, set a standard for conducting difficult discussions, a standard that has informed efforts at Brown and other institutions. It also led to a significant response by the University that included establishing an endowment to support public education for the students of Providence, new master’s degree programs and tuition-free fellowships in urban education and urban education policy, proposals for a memorial, and significant investments in financial aid and recruitment of underrepresented students, including students who are the first in their family to attend college.
The historic College Hill campus

In the fall of 2001, the University engaged the architectural firm R.M. Kliment & Frances Halsband to develop a planning framework so that the physical campus could be developed to support the growth envisioned in the Plan for Academic Enrichment. After 15 months of analysis and consultation, the University had a plan that would allow development of as much as 1 million square feet of additional space without compromising the unique qualities of the historical Brown campus. A combination of renovation and new construction produced:

The Sidney Frank Hall for Life Sciences;
The Perry and Marty Granoff Center for Creative Arts;
The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World;
The Stephen Robert ’62 Campus Center;
The Cogut Center for the Humanities;
conversion of J. Walter Wilson from a biology laboratory to a center for student services and activities;
renovation of Metcalf Laboratory as a home for the new Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences;
The Walk, a pedestrian link between the Pembroke Campus and Lincoln Field (available in pdf);
The fitness and aquatic center, nearing completion on Hope Street near Lloyd Avenue. A major new addition to the athletic complex, the project includes the Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center, the Nelson Fitness Center, the David J. Zucconi ’55 Varsity Strength and Conditioning Center, and the Ittleson Quadrangle.

Moving beyond College Hill

The consulting architect concluded that Brown’s plans would require more space than the historic campus could offer. In February 2005, the Brown Corporation endorsed recommendations that the University secure options for campus expansion beyond College Hill. It was an opportunity for Brown to work more closely with the city and state toward the revitalization of a significant part of the capital city.

The University had already taken its first step. In May 2003, Brown announced the purchase of the Doran-Speidel Building, a former watchband factory in the Jewelry District. In less than a year, the University reconfigured the structure’s 105,000 gross square feet for research purposes and rededicated the facility as the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine. As many as 150 researchers, including faculty, laboratory staff and student assistants, now work in the building.

In August 2005, Brown purchased the 11-story former Old Stone Square at 121 South Main St. That building now houses the Program in Public Health and the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics.

In October 2006, Brown announced its purchase of seven buildings in the Jewelry District. One of those properties — 222 Richmond St. — became a new home for the Alpert Medical School, opened on August 15, 2011, to admit the Medical Class of 2015.
Editors: Brown University has a fiber link television studio available for domestic and international live and taped interviews, and maintains an ISDN line for radio interviews. For more information, call (401) 863-2476.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Profitting from World economic problems, the british commonwealth

With all the focus on the economic problems in the EU, China, and America few people are asking who is benefiting from their problems, namely which countries. To this the answer which people are ignoring is the british commonwealth nations, most prominently the uk, Canada, and Australia.
In obtaining this answer one must look at the behavior of the paper and bullion currencies of those countries. While the Euro, Chinese Yuan, and American dollar have gone down in value, either deliberately or by outside control, the british pound and Canadian and Australian dollars have gone up in value. In terms of bullion coinage the british commonwealth has a major edge in international distribution.
While at present Worldwide Chinese Panda bullion coinage is the most popular bullion coinage in the World China’s main distributor, Pandaamerica, is very capricious in dealing with it’s customers, and as China lacks the global infrastructure to distribute the coins anywhere this is a problem. America has similar problems, especially with government agencies targeting people sending certain types of bullion outside of America, and both America and China have counterfeiting problems. The EU has a more complex problem there. The major bullion producing country in the EU’s Eurozone is Austria, with the Netherlands and France also producing bullion coins which are not as popular. The major problem again is a global distribution network. While the Scandinavian nations have an excellent Worldwide distribution network their policy of not allowing their products to be undersold prevents many countries from outside the EU from patronizing the Scandinavians distribution network. That leads us to the british commonwealth.
The largest distributor of bullion and precious metal coinage in the World is Downies of Australia. When Downies bought Murray Church’s Euro Collections International, which was the official distributor for the Mints of Austria and Poland, Downies expanded their influence. However instead of improving the business of the former ECI nations it hindered them. As Downies acts as the official foreign distributor for many foreign countries it is easy for them to impede the overseas trade of these countries, and many Central and Southern Asian, African, and Latin American countries who they have done business with, as well as EU countries.
By contrast not only have the uk, Canada, and Australia benefitted by Downies but so has the Perth Mint, which issues official and Bullion coinage for most other british commonwealth countries. Notice also how countries like Kazakhstan and Somalia who issue bullion coins which are not well known have seen losses because of this distribution network, how India and Malaysia have been discouraged from issuing their own Bullion coinage for this reason. Lastly, notice the Irish crisis, which was a topdown problem engineered by bankers with british commonwealth ties who wanted to discourage Scotland form accepting the Euro instead of the pound. When one follows the money around the World this is what one sees.

Saturday, September 03, 2011

Another Iranian traitor, Medhi Rouhani

I recently recieved this
Eagle of IRAN announces the date for mass protest nationwide to over
thrown the islamic regime in IRAN
Friday 23rd of September 2011

اطلاعیه مشترک مبارزین راه آزادی ایران و
گروه نظامی سیاسی عقاب ایران

روز رستاخیز ملت ایران

جمعه اول مهر ماه سال ۱۳۹۰ ساعت ۷ بعد از ظهر

گروه نظامی سیاسی عقاب ایران و همرزمان

سر لشکر خلبان مهدی روحانی

That this old fool medhi Rouhani can incite people to act stupidly like
this when Iran is facing threat of invasion and any removal of the
current government infrastructure would cause chaos for a long time,
especially as Iranians abroad ar epoorly organized, shows only that he
is a traitor interested only in himself.
Peter II, Khan-e-Mazendaran