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PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2011 4:49 pm 
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5 Romanian invaders and their puppet translator killed in ambush

Sunday, 30 October 2011 10:40

http://alemara1.com/english/index.php?o ... s&Itemid=2

[Zabul Province]

ambush set up by Mujahideen in Shahjoe district’s Shahsam Khelo area left 5 Romanian invaders and 1 of their puppet translator[s] dead earlier today.

No Mujahideen were hurt in the operation.

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SEE 10 25 11 | Some Newsstories | item 6

Romania's former King Michael I addresses parliament

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15440501

THE SHAMELESS IN OVERDRIVE


Facts Don't Count

Living in a Delusional World

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

http://www.counterpunch.org/2011/10/28/ ... nal-world/

I have come to the conclusion that Big Brother’s subjects in George Orwell’s 1984 are better informed than Americans.

Americans have no idea why they have been at war in the Middle East, Asia and Africa for a decade.

They don’t realize that their liberties have been supplanted by a Gestapo Police State.

Few understand that hard economic times are here to stay.


US Congress Member[s] Meet HEYET

10 06 11

http://www.heyetnet.org/eng/amsinews/59 ... heyet.html

The meeting took place on Friday, 30th of September, 2011 at the residence of Sheikh Dhari in the Jordanian capital Amman where His Eminence briefed the US Congress Delegation on the truths about what is really happening in Iraq since 2003[,] providing a lot of crimes, gross violations of human rights and other dangerous practices committed against the Iraqis.

It is worth mentioning that [the] members of Congress...are:

James McDermott...Washington State,

Keith Allison...Minneapolis [MN] the first Muslim member, and

Gwendolyn Kelly Moore...Wisconsin


Chavez: "UNASUR is our Armour against Barbarism"

Published on Oct 27th 2011 at 11.01am

http://venezuelanalysis.com/news/6585

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez exhorted all South American countries to consolidate the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) to protect the region from situations like that of Libya, whose government was overthrown by NATO’s actions that killed its leader Muammar Gaddafi last week.

On this issue, Chávez and [UNASUR Secretary General María Enma] Mejía declared that in the coming months the defence ministers of the 12 member countries of UNASUR will gather in Lima, Peru to continue shaping and organising the statutes of the organisations’ South American Defence Council.

UNASUR was formed in 2008 by 12 member states: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Surinam, Uruguay, and Venezuela, and has become a key mechanism of regional integration in South America.


Chippy Shaik in new arms scandal

2011-10-30 16:45

http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/ ... 20111029-2

Johannesburg - Chippy Shaik, the man at the centre of the arms deal, is ­embroiled in another bribery scandal.

This time Shaik has been linked to a R750 000 payment from arms deal beneficiaries BAE Systems and Saab to the supervisor of his fake doctorate, Professor Viktor Verijenko.

In a new book titled The Devil in the Detail, released by arms deal researchers Paul Holden and Hennie van Vuuren, they reveal that a local company co-owned by BAE and Saab had made an “interest-free” loan to a company of which Verijenko is the sole member.


Here's the 10 30 11 PRC comment on debt-ridden Europe--

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/i ... 220069.htm

China is a friend indeed for debt-ridden Europe

With the European Union (EU) grappling with its worst financial crisis since the eurozone was set up, China has unequivocally conveyed its readiness to enhance cooperation with the debt-ridden bloc in a "win-win" manner.

"China is willing to enhance cooperation with the EU and expand cooperation in the areas of trade, investment, technology and finance," Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu told a news briefing Thursday.

Her statement came after European leaders passed early Thursday a package of measures to alleviate the European sovereign debt crisis. Beijing welcomed the EU move and hoped it would be "conductive to bolstering market confidence."

China's active attitude was well received in European countries. "If the Chinese... decide to invest in the euro instead of the U.S. dollar, why refuse?" French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Thursday.

However, some Westerners failed to fully understand China's good intention, asserting that the world's second largest economy would take advantage of the European crisis for its own agenda. Some even went further to drum up trade protectionism.

Actually, a prosperous and stable Europe is important to China's stability and development, as their economies are closely linked. The EU is China's largest trading partner and China is the EU's second largest.

Such a close bond means that when Europe is in deep crisis, China will not act like an onlooker. Instead, as a true friend and partner of Europe, China is willing to extend a helping hand and will be happy to see a quick recovery of the European economy

AND the continuation:

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/i ... 0069_2.htm

In the latest show of solidarity with the EU, China's top political advisor, Jia Qinglin, said last week during his visit to Greece that China has been a long-term investor in the sovereign debt market of Europe and will continue to support Europe and the euro in the future.

Beijing's good-will gesture is a good response to those who see China as a threatening rival to Europe. Despite differences in politics, economy and culture, China and the EU are still good friends and partners, and can cooperate in a mutually beneficial manner

However, amid such an unprecedented crisis in Europe, China can neither take up the role as a savior to the Europeans, nor provide a "cure" for the European malaise.

Obviously, it is up to the European countries themselves to tackle their financial problems. But China can do [what specifially?] within its capacity to help as a friend.

Thursday's rescue package includes a 50-percent writedown of the Greek government debt and a significant increase of the firepower of Europe's bailout fund. Such measures will stimulate confidence in the short term.

But the deal is just the start of a long and difficult process to solve the crisis for good. More concerted efforts are needed.

Meanwhile, as the eurozone debt issue is set to become a central subject at the upcoming Group of 20 summit in Cannes, France, China hopes that the conference will help tackle the sprawling financial challenges, restore market confidence and boost world economic growth.

[This is what.] It is advisable that at the summit European leaders take heed of the voices of emerging economies, whose remarkable contribution to world economic recovery and growth deserves better understanding and reciprocal treatment.


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