Saturday, 3 April 2010

US voices 'concerns' over Australia's internet filter
The US government has voiced concerned over Australia's controversial plan to implement a countrywide internet filter.

War game shows how attacking Iran could backfire
WASHINGTON — Here's a war game involving Iran, Israel and the U.S. that shows how unintended consequences can spin out of control:

With diplomacy failing and precious intelligence just received about two new secret Iranian nuclear facilities, Israel launches a pre-emptive strike against Tehran's nuclear complex. The strike is successful, wiping out six of Iran's key sites and setting back its suspected quest for a bomb by years.

But what happens next isn't pretty

Millions of Swine Flu Vaccine Doses May Be Trashed
Officials Say Lessons Learned From Unusual Flu Season

Central Banks Stashing Away Gold at Brisk Pace
Central banks around the world added 425.4 metric tons of gold to their reserves last year, the biggest increase since 1964, according to the World Gold Council.

That represents a 1.4 percent gain to put their holdings at 30,116.9 tons in total. The increase was the first since 1988.


Anonymous 3 April 2010 at 13:09  

So where is the gold going in the great cash for gold scam?
Who is behined the provision of envelopes in UK retail outlets?
Who is profiting?

The Network 3 April 2010 at 14:11  

It's like a game of musical chairs. When the music stops playing whoever holds the gold makes the rules.

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