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To: fringe who wrote (93659)3/16/2012 3:57:57 PM
From: Rocket Red
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eog now 1.04

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To: ralfph who wrote (93682)3/17/2012 12:14:00 AM
From: E. Charters
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84 and 87 too.

BTW aspirin and coke really works. Better than LRD.

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To: pocotrader who wrote (93676)3/17/2012 12:16:39 AM
From: E. Charters
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I have often wondered.

How do you tell when they are making mistakes and or lying?

Maybe in the virtual world, where the sapient analysis of all those 120 IQ journalists perfectly mirrors a bizarre but plausibly deranged world, it really doesn't matter.

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To: E. Charters who wrote (93698)3/17/2012 4:09:51 PM
From: heinz44
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Wolfenbüttel - it - everyone knows the deer's head label, which stands for the 'Jägermeister' in green bottles. The animal welfare organisation "Peta" has now targeted the company!
"Peta"Has prompted 'Jägermeister', to change the name of the herbal liqueur to"Waldmeister"...
"Peta" leads to this notion of image and animal welfare reasons, because more and more people questioned the meaning of the killing of animals in German forests - "because the ubiquitous massacre in German forests has nothing to do with animal or forest protection"

Wolfenbüttel – Jeder kennt es – das Hirschkopf-Etikett, das für den Kräuterschnaps „Jägermeister“ in grünen Flaschen steht. Nun nimmt die Tierschutzorganisation „Peta“ den Hirschen ins Visier!

Sie hat „Jägermeister“ aufgefordert, den Namen des Kräuterlikörs in „Waldmeister“ zu ändern...

„Peta“ führt für dieses Ansinnen Image- und Tierschutzgründe an, denn immer mehr Menschen hinterfragten den Sinn der Tötung von Tieren in deutschen Wäldern – „weil das allgegenwärtige Massaker in deutschen Wäldern nichts mit Tier- oder Waldschutz zu tun hat

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To: E. Charters who wrote (93698)3/17/2012 4:34:38 PM
From: heinz44
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OT-----------------------This may be of we all remember the headlines....Be carefull as to what your job/work is...

Munich - the convicted as a Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk (91) is dead. The police headquarters of Upper Bavaria South in Rosenheim confirmed a report of the Bavarian broadcasting company. Accordingly, Demjanjuk died in a retirement home in bad Feilnbach near Rosenheim.

The catch word .....automatically

But in the end, it was proven for the judges: Demjanjuk was guard in the Sobibor extermination camp in 1943 and had guilty there of the aid in the killing of at least 28 060 Jews. The camp was built only to destroy people. Who there did service, had been part of the killing machinery automatically. Demjanjuk would have had the opportunity to flee

to flee??? the guy was a POW....

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From: heinz443/17/2012 4:37:52 PM
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March 16, 2012, at 12:16 pm
by Jim Sinclair in the category In The News | Print This Post | Email This Post
Dear CIGAs,

At 11:30am this morning the Whistle Blower comment reported yesterday was deleted from the CFTC web page.

According to comments made in the euro press, the Fed is in arrears concerning gold audits due to countries storing gold with the New York Federal Reserve Bank.

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From: heinz443/17/2012 4:41:53 PM
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Goldman Should Be Barred From Returning More Capital, Bair Says

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS) should be prohibited from boosting its dividend or repurchasing stock because Federal Reserve stress tests showed the investment bank is too leveraged, according to former regulator Sheila Bair.

Sheila Blair...................isnt she the one the financial wizzards thru the help of usa politicos got rid of

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From: heinz443/17/2012 4:44:09 PM
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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

In the economic sense, this is nuclear even if only selective at the inception.

The Banks named for all intents and purposes are put out of business.

SWIFT instructed to disconnect sanctioned Iranian banks following EU Council decision
Published on 15 Mar 2012

This article is also available in German

Brussels, 15 March 2012 – Following an EU Council decision, SWIFT is today announcing it has been instructed to discontinue its communications services to Iranian financial institutions that are subject to European sanctions.

The new European Council decision, as confirmed by the Belgian Treasury, prohibits companies such as SWIFT to continue to provide specialized financial messaging services to EU-sanctioned Iranian banks. SWIFT is incorporated under Belgian law and has to comply with this decision as confirmed by its home country government.

“This EU decision forces SWIFT to take action” said Lázaro Campos, CEO of SWIFT. “Disconnecting banks is an extraordinary and unprecedented step for SWIFT. It is a direct result of international and multilateral action to intensify financial sanctions against Iran.”
The EU-sanctioned Iranian financial institutions and the SWIFT customer community have been notified of the disconnection, which will become effective on Saturday 17 March at 16.00 GMT.

SWIFT has been and remains in full compliance with all applicable sanctions regulations of the multiple jurisdictions in which it operates, and has received confirmation of this from the competent regulatory authorities. As a global provider of secure messaging services, SWIFT has no involvement in or control over the underlying financial transactions that are contained in the messages of its member banks.

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From: heinz443/17/2012 4:46:16 PM
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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary

When you turn your client into a counter party that client enters the cross hairs of the OTC derivative manufacturer.

In all probability, $3.4 billion is the price of tearing up the pieces of paper.

Italy Said to Pay Morgan Stanley $3.4 Billion
By Nicholas Dunbar and Elisa Martinuzzi – Mar 16, 2012 8:10 AM MT

When Morgan Stanley (MS) said in January it had cut its “net exposure” to Italy by $3.4 billion, it didn’t tell investors that the nation paid that entire amount to the bank to exit a bet on interest rates.

Italy, the second-most indebted nation in the European Union, paid the money to unwind derivative contracts from the 1990s that had backfired, said a person with direct knowledge of the Treasury’s payment. It was cheaper for Italy to cancel the transactions rather than to renew, said the person, who declined to be identified because the terms were private.

The cost, equal to half the amount to be raised by Italy’s sales tax increase this year, underscores the risk of derivatives countries use to reduce borrowing costs and guard against swings in interest rates and currencies can sour and generate losses for taxpayers. Italy, with record debt of $2.5 trillion, has lost more than $31 billion on its derivatives at current market values, according to data compiled by the Bloomberg Brief Risk newsletter from regulatory filings.

“These losses demonstrate the speculative nature of these deals and the supremacy of finance over government,” said Italian senator Elio Lannutti, chairman of the consumer group Adusbef.

The transaction may prompt regulators to push for greater transparency and regulation of how governments use derivatives, said the head of the European Parliament panel that deals with market rules.


prompt regulators to push for greater transparency and regulation ...How many times have I heard that
IMO exactly the opposite is done
So get ready for another 10,000 page "bill" which will contain a lil "pork" impeding business and doing fall about transparency

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From: heinz443/17/2012 4:54:50 PM
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UP and UP she goes - where she stops nobody knows

I am becoming more and more convinced that the US Monetary Authorities have engaged in a process which is resulting in the formation of another bubble, this time once again in the US equity markets. Think back over the last decade+ and what we have seen occur in the US financial markets beginning at the height of the stock market bubble that popped in 1999.

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