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Israel Grants 'Oil Rights' to Rupert Murdoch and Jacob Rothschild!

Going to War with Russia? US and EU are ready to impose new sanctions against Russia furthering the new cold war and raising the stakes for this turning hot

Gold deposits worth 6.46 billion USD discovered in Xinjiang

Honoring the 70th anniversary of the original conference, Bretton Woods 2014 - September 3-4-2014

*UN's Mladenov: The fall of Mosul, was expected but not so fast

Hong Kong Woman with 'Ebola-like symptoms' quarantined

Planned Depopulation Through Controlled Genocide - Current and Past Articles Of Interest

Central Bankers Continually Pushing War As The Economy Falters - Episode 427

Rooftop Radio With Benjamin ~ Tuesday, July 29, 2014 @ 8:00 PM EST

High Probability Of A Large US Military Buildup In Ukraine Right Now. By Gregory Mannarino

MH17 FALSE FLAG, PUBLIC ENEMY PUTIN & BANKSTER'S NEW WORLD WAR

*The Security Council supported the initiative of Russia banning the purchase of oil from daash and victory

Arrangements serious to contain the Iraqi revolution blessed (next 48 hours)

NEW MH17 SENSATION: German experts point finger at Ukrainian air-force jets.

*The highest religious authority of Imam Sistani announce on Tuesday, July 29th the first day of Eid al-Fitr

Al-Jaafari discusses with Turkish Ambassador ways to develop the strategic relations between the two countries

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hong Kong Woman with 'Ebola-like symptoms' quarantined

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Woman with 'Ebola-like symptoms' quarantined

HONG KONG - A woman exhibiting symptoms similar to the deadly Ebola virus which has killed 672 since a February outbreak in Africa has been quarantined at an isolation ward in Hong Kong's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

A hospital spokesman said the woman recently returned from a trip from Africa and was undergoing tests to verify the cause of her illness, local media reported.  

He said the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) will be notified if it is confirmed the patient is suffering from the Ebola virus.

Health officials worldwide are on alert after a US doctor was allowed to board two continental flights in Africa despite exhibiting Ebola symptoms including vomiting and diarrhea. 
Authorities are desperately trying to track down dozens of fellow passengers which may have come into contact with the now deceased doctor.

The CHP said there is no known cure for the virus which is fatal in 90 percent of human cases

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Israel Grants 'Oil Rights' to Rupert Murdoch and Jacob Rothschild!



July 29, 2014

Israel Grants 'Oil Rights' to Rupert Murdoch and Jacob Rothschild!

Israel Grants Oil Rights Inside Illegally Occupied Golan Heights Syria: To Rupert Murdoch And Jacob Rothschild.

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Going to War with Russia? US and EU are ready to impose new sanctions against Russia furthering the new cold war and raising the stakes for this turning hot

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July 29, 2014

Going to War with Russia?

US and EU are ready to impose new sanctions against Russia furthering the new cold war and raising the stakes for this turning hot. 

The U.S. and EU are looking to place tougher sanctions on Russia aimed at the finance, defense and energy sectors of the country’s economy. 

The EU, which is highly dependent on Russia’s energy supplies, has not yet gone as far as the US in hitting Russia’s $2 Trillion economy. Both seem intent upon creating war. 

Such sanctions CANNOT make Putin back-down for that would make him appear weak and lose control of the political system. The US and EU are clearly intent on making the situation far worse and we are rapidly crossing that line which marks the point of no return. Watch November – this could turn ugly.

Meanwhile, stock investors are pulling money out of Russia at an accelerating and very alarming pace. This will add even further pressure upon Putin to become far more aggressive and to blame the USA for everyone’s domestic losses.

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Gold deposits worth 6.46 billion USD discovered in Xinjiang

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July 29, 2014

Gold deposits worth 6.46 billion USD discovered in Xinjiang

URUMQI -- Geologists have discovered a large gold deposit worth a potential 6.46 billion U.S. dollars in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, local officials said on Tuesday.

With at least 127 tons of proven reserves, it is the largest gold deposit ever discovered in resource-rich Xinjiang.

It is located in Uqar County, which borders Kyrgyzstan in west Xinjiang, according to the regional bureau of geology and mineral exploration and development.

"It's expected the total reserves will exceed 200 tons," said Cui Hongbin, head of the exploration team.

The discovery will not only increase China's gold output, which totaled 211.07 tons in the first half of this year, but will also benefit local revenue and employment, said Cui.

The bureau spent two decades exploring the area, where geological workers found more than 20 belts of gold ore in the 20-square-km Sawayaerdun deposit, he said.

The discovery has attracted the attention of several major mine developers in China who have expressed interest in co-development.

In 2013, the bureau also discovered two gold deposits with proven reserves of more than 50 tons each in the counties of Xinyuan and Hejing.

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Honoring the 70th anniversary of the original conference, Bretton Woods 2014 - September 3-4-2014

September 3rd – 4th, 2014

Honoring the 70th anniversary of the original conference, Bretton Woods 2014: The Founders and the Future will be held at the Mount Washington Resort in New Hampshire from Sept. 3rd to Sept. 4th. The hotel will be exclusively available for the conference, just as it was in 1944. The event will gather prominent leaders from government, business, and academia in a working-group environment to focus on the FUTURE of finance and the international monetary system.

Topics will include:

*Prospects for the world’s foreign exchange system;

*Future of finance and financial institutions;

*Technology and the future of the international financial system;

*How to anticipate and manage future crises better;

*The future of sovereign debt restructuring;

*The future role of the IMF and World Bank; and

*History and leadership at Bretton Woods in 1944.

*CLICK HERE FOR LIST OF Speakers, Delegates and Contributors

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Iraq and UN July 30th: UNAMI Renewal On Wednesday Reflects Need for an Inclusive Government to face ISIS Offensive in Iraq

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July 29,  2014 

UNAMI Renewal Reflects Need for an Inclusive Government to face ISIS Offensive in Iraq


Tomorrow (30 July), the Security Council is expected to adopt a resolution extending the mandate of the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for a year and increasing reporting to a quarterly cycle instead of three times a year. The resolution—which is now in blue—acknowledges the extreme insecurity in Iraq that was brought into sharp relief by the surprise takeover of Mosul by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) in early June, but otherwise does not substantively alter the mission’s mandate.


The preambular language in the draft resolution expresses grave concern at the large scale offensive of ISIS and associated armed groups (an indirect reference to former Baathists and Sunni tribal leaders) threatening Iraq’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. 

The draft also underscores that the only way to address the threat posed by ISIS is through united political leadership, an indirect reference to Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s Shia-led government’s sectarian policies and consolidation of power since he took office in 2006. It also indirectly references the need for the tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government to be bridged by calling for a comprehensive solution on the fair distribution of resources, i.e. oil. In response to the fact that ISIS has taken control of oil fields and pipelines, the draft condemns any direct or indirect trade in Iraqi oil involving terrorist groups and emphasises such trade may lead to further sanctions. (On 28 July, the Council adopted a presidential statement on illicit oil trade as a source of revenue for terrorists in Iraq and Syria.) The draft does not, however, reference the unilateral oil sales of the Kurdistan Regional Government, orchestrated in circumvention of the central government, and which Iraq considers illegal and in violation of national sovereignty.

These additions are a significant departure from past resolutions that consistently, if undeservedly, characterised the security situation in Iraq as improving. For several years, Council members found it difficult to address the growing violence in Iraq and at times narrowed their consideration of the issue to tangential matters, such as Camp Ashraf. This was primarily because of US sensitivities related to its 2003 invasion and 2011 withdrawal, as well as the degree to which the US, the penholder on Iraq, sought Iraq’s agreement prior to any Council outcome. In fact, during last year’s renewal negotiations several Council members objected to language that referred to “improvements in the security situation” in Iraq, which was grudgingly changed to the “improved situation”, striking the word security from that particular line. In contrast, this year’s negotiations were smooth as Council members were in broad agreement that the changes to the text more closely reflected the situation on the ground.


The operational paragraphs of the UNAMI mandate have not changed since the adoption of resolution 1770 in 2007, and other than increased reporting, that remains the case in this renewal. Council members believe that the existing mandate is broad enough and flexible enough to allow the mission’s good offices to respond to the situation at hand without having to renegotiate the mandate with Iraq. (UNAMI’s presence requires Iraq’s consent since it operates under a Chapter VI mandate.)


When the Council met most recently on Iraq on 23 July, Special Representative Nickolay Mladenov said Iraq will never be the same after this crisis and that the country faced two choices: disintegration or moving towards a new internal balance of power. He said that Iraq cannot afford a protracted government formation process given the threats the country is facing. (A prime minister has still not been elected by parliament following the 30 April elections.) He also briefed on the security implications of the seizure of north-western Iraq by ISIS, the fact that over a third of Iraq was outside the government’s control, territorial consolidation of Kurdistan and the ongoing impasse between the Kurdistan Regional Government and Baghdad. In the consultations that followed, Council members were interested in hearing more from Mladenov on two main issues: first, what an appropriate security response to ISIS might be and second, whether Maliki would persist in seeking a third term as prime minister.


It seems Mladenov informed Council members that any security response to ISIS, while very much needed, cannot be implemented in isolation from a political and economic package addressing the concerns of all communities without exception. It seems Baghdad is arguing it needs assistance with the security situation before focusing on an inclusive political solution, with the international community very strongly urging the opposite sequence. The draft resolution that will be voted on tomorrow explicitly stresses the need for the latter scenario.


As to whether Maliki would relinquish his pursuit of a third term as prime minister, Mladenov said Maliki’s bloc had won the largest number of parliamentary seats and was therefore technically entitled to a first pass at nominating a candidate for prime minister. If Maliki’s bloc acts on that technicality, it would likely reflect that Maliki is planning to use his electoral advantage to stay on as prime minister. However, if his bloc joins a broader coalition it may indicate that he is willing to step down.


Finally, Mladenov discussed the humanitarian impact of the current crisis as well as human rights violations being committed by ISIS, loosely affiliated armed groups and, in consultations, also raised concerns about violations by Iraqi security forces.


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Planned Depopulation Through Controlled Genocide - Current and Past Articles Of Interest

Population Control ..

Ebola Virus (Must read): The Global Elite’s Bio-Weapon Scheme for 90 Percent Depopulation

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UN Official Warns “Ebola Outbreak Could Become Pandemic”! Depopulation? Martial Law?

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Apocalypse Equation “Mass genocide” to reduce our world’s population to a more “sustainable level commensurate with our Earth’s resources ...

Agenda 21 & Fema Camps 2013- Depopulation Plans In America

Upon the collapse of the US Dollar, Ms Tomason asserts in her thesis, the entire global economy will crash plunging billions of human beings, including hundreds-of-millions in Western nations, into the lowest scale of “Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.” 

Ebola Suspected In Europe: “Broken Through All Containment Efforts”

Northcom’s Vibrant Response Exercise Reaches Midpoint; a simulated nuclear attack in a major U.S. metropolitan area and biological attacks

FEMA & THE CDC ACTIVATE THE EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM TO ANNOUNCE REAL GLOBAL PANDEMIC & ZOMBIE VIRUS

FEMA Readies For Pandemic? Possible Emergency Alert? Martial Law In October?

Why Ebola reaching Nigeria’s largest city is a whole new level of scary

July 30,  2014

Why Ebola reaching Nigeria’s largest city is a whole new level of scary

Since it claimed its first victims in Guinea last March, the Ebola virus epidemic has killed 660 people in three countries and infected nearly 1,100—more lethal than any other outbreak in the virus’s nearly 40-year history.

But last week’s developments could transform this outbreak from an unusually nasty regional epidemic to something much bigger. On Jul. 24, Nigerian authorities confirmed that a Liberian man, Patrick Sawyer, had collapsed in Lagos after flying there from the Liberian capital, Monrovia, and tested positive for Ebola; Sawyer died on the night of July 24-25.

This is alarming. So far, Ebola has been confined to Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia—war-torn and largely rural west African countries. But Lagos is different; not only is it Africa’s biggest city, with 21 million people. It’s also one of the world’s most densely populated. And perhaps scariest of all, it’s a center for international travel—meaning that if it’s not contained, the virus could easily go global. Sawyer’s was the first-ever recorded case of Ebola in Nigeria, according to the Nigerian Tribune.

So far, the Nigerian government’s efforts to contain it inspire little confidence. The World Health Organization says that Sawyer, who worked for the Liberian finance ministry, turned himself in to Nigerian health authorities after he began vomiting and having diarrhea in the middle of the three-hour flight from Monrovia to Lagos. Nigeria’s health minister says authorities are currently trying to track down an unspecified number of the 100 or so other passengers on the flight.

This might be tricky. The 35 Nigerian co-passengers took flight once word got out that the health ministry was supposed to have quarantined them, prompting the federal government to launch a manhunt to track them down, reports Sunday Newswatch, a Nigerian newspaper, citing a federal security agent. The government has only now begun screening passengers arriving from foreign countries for the virus, according to the Tribune.

One of the problems for airport screeners is that the first signs of Ebola, which is thought to be spread by bats, are a jumble of flu-like symptoms (e.g. headache, fever and stomach pain). “Unfortunately the initial signs of Ebola imitate other diseases, like malaria or typhoid,” Dr. Lance Plyler of the aid organization Samaritan’s Purse told the Associated Press.

Those symptoms soon become more noticeable, giving way to vomiting and diarrhea. Within a week, the sickened often begin bleeding from mucus membranes, particularly from the intestines. Victims die when internal organs begin shutting down; Ebola typically kills nine-tenths of those infected.

Causing its victims to spew mucus and blood helps Ebola enter the mucus membranes or cuts of its next host. It’s devastatingly good at this. Though medical workers are usually swaddled in biohazard gear, it’s still infected some 100 health workers. So far, 50 have died, including a prominent doctor.

Given that deadly efficiency, the fact that at least 35 people who might have been exposed are at large in Lagos—to say nothing of the other passengers arriving from infected areas of West Africa—is disquieting as well. Confined by geography, the built-up areas of metropolitan Lagos now have more than 20,000 people per square kilometer (53,000 per square mile)—about the same urban density as Dhaka or Mumbai. It has among the highest prevalence rates of open defecation of all major African cities, as well as some of Africa’s lousiest healthcare infrastructure.

*CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE WITH LIVE LINKS AND CHARTS

Central Bankers Continually Pushing War As The Economy Falters - Episode 427

Mladenov, of the United Nations in Iraq: Iraq has two choices to get out of the crisis

29/07/2014

Mladenov, of the United Nations in Iraq: Iraq has two choices to get out of the crisis

The view of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Nikolai Mladenov, Tuesday, that Iraq has two options to get out of the current crisis, as "the fall" attributed to the backlog of cases, he stressed that the Iraqi security forces beefed up their ranks around Baghdad and the South.

Mladenov said that "before the Iraq options out of the current crisis is the formation of a Government of technocrats or a Government inclusive", describing the options that they "represent the future of this country.

"The next Iraqi Prime Minister needs to be trying to build agreement among a larger number of members of Parliament for a vote of confidence, there are two ways to do this, one is the formation of a Government of technocrats, another way is to get a majority based on the representation of various segments of the Iraqi society and I think that was the key to the future", pointing out that "this move may not end the current Iraq crisis but need other steps later to build a broader popular base if the leadership The country to overcome the current crisis.

Mladenov said "I can say that, despite the difficulties being experienced by Iraq today, there is a glimmer of hope, a glimmer of hope comes from the fact that Iraqi political leaders have committed themselves to respect the Constitution and serve the timings and this is the only way to achieve a breakthrough for the reunification of the rows in the country and resolving differences between all segments of society.

Description of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq the situation in and around Baghdad as "very tense", but added that "the Organization of the Islamic State and Allied Corps temporarily has stopped.

Mladenov pointed out that Iraqi security forces have beefed up their ranks around Baghdad and the South, stressing that "If the political process is moving more frequently whenever restore morale faster.

And on the events of the connector, said Mladenov was "anticipated by many but it fell so fast was shocking," adding "this was because of the many unresolved issues.

Mladenov underlined that "there is no community in Iraq and in the Middle East and beyond the Middle East feel they are far from the threat of terrorism, and Iraq is currently facing a battle of survival it needs international support for it," adding that "Iraq's neighbours need to be aware that the Islamic State is a very serious threat and is not limited to that country and that there is a need to work together to confront the danger."

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Talabani: invite political leaders to make the interest of Iraq to their own interests and partisan

29-07-2014

Talabani: invite political leaders to make the interest of Iraq to their own interests and partisan

Baghdad .. congratulated former President Jalal Talabani, the Iraqi people and the Islamic nation and the people of Kurdistan on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, urged the political leaders to make the interests of Iraq and its people on their own interests and partisan and factional to complete the formation of the government. 

Talabani said in a statement received by the Agency (news) : on the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, I am pleased to extend my warmest Altھana, and purer blessings to the sons of the Iraqi people proud Bottiyavh and Mcharbh all our Islamic nation Mtdharaa to God Almighty to bless us all good, blessing and peace and security ', expressing' hope that will pass through to our great Iraqi people this critical stage determination and faith and preserves the unity of our people and the democratic experiment, continuing the process of building a democratic Iraq free federal independent. 

Called: Talabani 'political leaders to make the interests of Iraq and its people on their own interests and partisan and factional to complete the formation of the government, also called on political forces to overcome their differences for the sake of compaction rows and the unification of the floor to stand in the face of the terrorist attack suffered by the country, to maintain the gains and achievements of the democratic experiment in the new Iraq. 

added: Talabani this occasion, I for my brothers and sisters and my colleagues from the parties and national forces, political, and Iraq's leaders loyal sincere congratulations on Eid, and salute them on what has been achieved the process of forming a government in accordance with the timings constitutional, and more on their hands and invite them to continue Balhma itself and resolve the national himself in order to complete the formation of the government, taking into account the difficult circumstances faced by the country, and brought the interests of Iraq and its people on their own interests and partisan and factional. 

Noting there are 'in this auspicious occasion, I congratulate the people of Kurdistan, wishing them stability, progress and a decent life and well-off in the case of autism, brotherhood and solidarity, and to continue the struggle of democratic and parliamentary under the Iraqi constitution, which participated the people of Kurdistan in the enactment of this constitution resolutely, and gave great sacrifices for democracy, freedom and federalism.

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