Sanctions Backfire?: “More Japanese tankers will transport Iranian Crude”

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The Iran sanctions served to galvanize the anti-USDollar movement. One source involved in the barter system design, at the fringe of the new SWIFT system, reported that the Iran sanctions did them a great favor, by bringing several newer nations to the planning room for integration in the new global trade transaction system.”  Jim Willie (1)

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Government Debt per Capita: Quebec $38,725, Ontario $35,550 … Russia $ 1,247

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“Canada’s combined federal and provincial net debt will pass $1.1 trillion at 11 p.m. ET on October 3, (2011) according to a recent calculation.”

“Per capita debt is highest in Quebec and Ontario, where it has hit $38,725 and $35,550 respectively, and lowest in Alberta and the Yukon, where it has reached $14,700 and $14,900.”
Rachel Mendleson,  huffingtonpost.ca (1)

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New Website : Fukushima Update

Fukushima Update – 2011/10/18

The latest updates on the Fukushima crisis, including reports on how the Kyushu Electric Power Co has been manipulating and stage-managing meetings and reports to twist public opinion, and how the Japanese government is planning to redefine evacuation areas in response to news that Fukushima will reach cold shutdown one month earlier than expected. Continue reading

Rockefeller, Morgan, and War

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World War II might therefore be considered, from one point of view, as a coalition war: the Morgans got their war in Europe, the Rockefellers theirs in Asia.”

“It should be clear that the name of the political party in power is far less important than the particular regime’s financial and banking connections.”
Murray N. Rothbard