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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

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Everyone who exalts himself will be humbled.
~ Luke 18:14

OIC intelligence ministers meet in Morocco

OIC Sez: Muslim Ummah awaits Obama’s vision, pledges beyond America

Iran Urges OIC Members to Avoid Using Word "Israel"

Iran to launch legal action against Israel over Gaza

US envoy vows 'direct' nuclear diplomacy with Iran

Susan Rice told reporters that President Barack Obama's administration looked forward to "engaging in vigorous diplomacy that includes direct diplomacy with Iran, as well as continued collaboration and partnership with" the five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany.
Top commander supports Ahmadinejad
Iran's top military commander endorses President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's candidacy in the upcoming elections
It could get messy.....

Obama’s special Middle East troubleshooter, (Mitchell) was chairman of a law firm that was paid about $8 million representing Dubai’s ruler in connection with a child-trafficking lawsuit

Hamas and Fatah Meet in Cairo

Hamas Says Abbas Must End Its Peace Talks with Israel

EU aid chief in Gaza condemns Israel and Hamas
Hamas said it was "shocked" at his comments.
Israel? Not so shocked.

EU for "Palestinian unity with Abbas in charge"

Israel stymies French push to lift Hamas boycott

Noam Schalit to Paris to meet Sarkozy

Israel mulling 1000-for-1 prisoner exchange

"There was no ban," [on journali sts entering the Gaza Strip –Ed.] Seaman declared, "Israel did not want to endanger the lives of the workers at the crossings so we didn't open them, not for humanitarian reasons and not for foreign journalists."

Janitor pleads guilty in Tenn. nuclear parts theft

Man pleads guilty in Iranian military parts case
Prosecutors say Keshari, a 48-year-old naturalized U.S. citizen who was living in California, was a middleman between Iranian buyers and a supplier based in South Florida. The supplier also has been charged and is scheduled to go to trial in May.
Obama phones leaders in Germany, Russia, France

...And he gives his first interview as POTUS to Al Arabiya TV:

Dhimmah Carter Sez: US Can Get NK to Give Up Its Nuclear Weapons

Dhimmah's NAKBA:
Jimmy Carter said Monday that Israel will face a "catastrophe" unless it revives the Mideast peace process and establishes an independent Palestinian state.

In an interview with The Associated Press, he said Arabs will outnumber Jews in the Holy Land in the foreseeable future.
Funny, that's just what Rabbi Kahane used to say...

Russian foreign ministry delegation in NK

North Korea denounces South's unification minister

N. Korea says Seoul plans invasion

Raul Castro to visit Russia Jan. 28

NATO head, Russia's Ivanov to discuss resuming ties Feb. 6

Russia's king of crude

EU Parliament Official Sez: Let Iran participate in Nabucco

Gazprom officials met with Budapest ahead of Nabucco gathering

Gazprom eyes 30-year contract with Ukraine

Ukraine-Russia gas deal could be overturned

Gazprom looks at offshore arctic

Russia's Severstal to idle Ohio steel furnace
Severstal (CHMFq.L), Russia's largest steel maker, said on Monday it will idle its Mingo Junction, Ohio electric arc furnace next month because of poor steel market conditions.
New Delhi supports TAPI pipeline

Tajiks face electricity rationing in capital city

Lead Chevron Lawyer Discusses the Rigors of Defending Big Oil

Indonesia to get natural gas from Chevron, ExxonMobil

Clinton: Energy security a major US foreign policy element

The following was released today by the Republican National Committee:

Goldman Sachs Economist Alec Phillips Said Preliminary Estimates Show That Only $250 Billion Of The $825 Billion Stimulus Will Make It Into The Economy In 2009.

"'As the size of the overall package grows, estimates of the amount of stimulus Congress will provide appear to be shrinking,' said Goldman Sachs economist Alec Phillips. 'Preliminary estimates imply that of the $825 billion Congress is considering, only $250 billion will make it into the economy in the current calendar year.'" (Emily Kaiser, "Economy To President Obama: Help Me Now," Reuters, 1/25/09)

Goldman Sachs' Report: "Preliminary estimates imply that of the $825 billion Congress is considering, only $250 billion will make it into the economy in the current calendar year. This could still change as the package works its way through Congress, but these estimates highlight the political and practical challenges in enacting an effective fiscal package, particularly in 2009." (NBC's "Meet The Press," 1/25/09)


Gold Man Sacks Sez: US Banks May Be the New Utilities

Goldman sours further on banks

"Charity venture firm" hires former Goldman Sachs exec

Pfizer’s bid is being financed by banks that received fed bailout $: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup & Bank of America

Perella Weinberg Hired by FDIC as Bank Bailout Strategy Adviser

In the 1980s, the FDIC hired New York-based Morgan Stanley as an adviser when the agency decided to sell its stake in Continental Illinois, the Chicago-based bank that had to be rescued in 1984 with a $4.5 billion government bailout. Continental had hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc. as an adviser.
Senate OKs careless taxpayer Geithner to run Obama's Treasury

Massive Trial in Turkey Provides Look into 'Deep State'

In India, Clues Unfold to a Fraud’s Framework

Satyam to get training award from US body

A US-based professional body is ignoring the almost surreal events in recent weeks at Satyam Computer Services and bestowing the troubled software company with an award that recognises the internal training that Satyam conducts for its employees. The American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) said the Hyderabad company was chosen for the award in December before it was engulfed in the financial scandal on January 7.
OOOOOoooOOooooo, Lookie:

SEARCH: The American Society for Training and Development / Goldman Sachs

2001: Goldman Sachs Hires Laura Liswood to Focus On Global Leadership and Workforce Diversity

Ms. Liswood has worked with Goldman Sachs for the past three years, facilitating employee workshops and advising the firm on issues relating to diversity in the workplace. She is the author of Women World Leaders, which chronicles the careers of 15 current and former women world leaders. She is the co-founder and Secretary General of the Council of Women World Leaders located at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Ms. Liswood's experience includes being the CEO/President of the American Society for Training and Development, holding executive positions at Rainier National Bank and in the airline industry

Etc., Etc., Etc.

Drug Money Keeping Global Banks Afloat

The United Nations' crime and drug watchdog has indications that money made in illicit drug trade has been used to keep banks afloat in the global financial crisis, its head was quoted as saying on Sunday.

2 prominent Saudi firms establish Sharia-compliant real estate finance co

Albaraka Bank Syria will be established with a capital of $100 million, which will be subscribed to by the promoters and shareholders in a public offering

SEARCH: Albaraka /Goldman Sachs

Malaysia's Bank Islam identifies potential M&A partner

SEARCH: Malaysia Bank Islam/Goldman Sachs

'Stewmaker' Stirs Horror in Mexico

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 26 As the nation's drug war rages on, with its weekly tallies of headless torsos, it is getting harder to produce a shock wave in the Mexican media. But the gruesome recipes of "The Stewmaker" have gripped public attention here, as authorities describe how a "disposal expert" working for a Tijuana drug cartel boss allegedly got rid of hundreds of bodies by dissolving the corpses in vats of acid.
Alaska's Redoubt volcano threatens eruption

5.6 in the Aleutian Islands

Active Volcano Erupted in Europe

5.9 in Indonesia

Thousands displaced by Sunday's China/Kazakh border 5.0

5.3 in Bolivia

Bolivia faces crisis as Evo Morales wins referendum

Bolivia is facing a political crisis after President Evo Morales won a decisive victory in a referendum designed to enhance his own powers and turn the country into a quasi-Socialist state

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