“… major news organizations avoid the gold market manipulation issue although it might seem to be a godsend for them — the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Reuters, Bloomberg News, the Associated Press, etc. They seem reluctant to put to central banks any pointed questions about gold.” – Lars Schall, German freelance journalist
“Germany is now reporting less than 500 tonnes of gold in situ within the confines of the Bank of England under the Thames river.” – Harvey Organ
Coming soon near you:
“From the Shadow”
(“Desde la sombra”)
with Daniel Estulin on Russia Today TV
“I have good news for you. Starting on September the 5th, I will host my own TV program on Spanish RT (Russia Today TV). Aimed at Latin America, we will reach a weekly audience of over 5 millions. At last, we will be able to tell the things that no other mass media would ever have permitted to tell.” (1)
Saif on home ground: Gaddafi son avoids Hague ‘joke’ trial RussiaToday
”Muammar Gaddafi’s most-influential son won’t be heading to the War Crimes Court any time soon.”
”Afshin Rattansi, author and journalist talks to RT. He says the crimes court is a sham to international judicial machine.”
From the perspective of Blair, Sarkozy and many others, Muammar Gaddafi was a man who knew too much.
Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, may now become a new nightmare for the West’s current and former leaders.
“Sarkozy must give back the money he took from Libya to finance his electoral campaign. We funded it and we have all the details and are ready to reveal everything” Saif stated in an interview with Euronews TV channel.
It is what he could reveal about the diplomatic deals hammered out by his father that is bringing Western power-players out in a cold sweat. RT