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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: Free Will Is a Bitch, With An Apple...

Obama sets up pointless meeting between Netanyahu, Abbas
Whatta freakin' maroon:
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Monday blasted Abbas and the Palestinian Authority for squandering a golden opportunity to move toward a Palestinian state by not taking advantage of Obama's commitment to Middle East peace.
Palestinians 'disgraced' by Obama-led photo-op
Palestinian Authority officials told American media on Tuesday that US President Barack Obama had disgraced Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas by forcing him to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly earlier in the day. The brief three-way hand-shaking session was "a disgrace to the PA" and a "surrender to Israel," said one Palestinian official. Another called it "a desperate diplomatic step by the American government."

Arab states offer Israel flyover rights for settlement freeze
A number of North African and Persian Gulf states have promised to give Israeli airliners flyover rights in their airspace, as well as other concessions, if Israel freezes settlement construction, according to a report on Tuesday in the Washington Times. An unnamed US official said that US Mideast envoy George Mitchell has received private assurances from representatives of unspecified Arab countries that they would also open interest sections in Israel and end a travel ban against Israeli citizens if Israel completely halts the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank.

Saudi Arabia, according to the Times, will not offer flyover rights if a comprehensive peace agreement is not reached between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

The report came against the backdrop of a much-awaited trilateral meeting between US President Barak Obama, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and PA President Mahmoud Abbas in New York on Tuesday.
Carter says Israel must stop building settlements
Habitat for humanity, but not for Jews, who everyone knows are not human, right Dimmah?

Palestinian PM cites support for statehood plan
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said in an interview Tuesday that he has won broad international support for his plan to ready the Palestinians for statehood within two years.However, Fayyad sidestepped the question of whether the Palestinians would unilaterally declare statehood at the end of that period if a peace deal with Israel is not in place. He said that decision would have to made by the Palestine Liberation Organization and others when the time comes.

UN General Assembly: Key Issues
1) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
2) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
3) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
4) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
5) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
6) Meet with Hamas
7) Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden
8) Jerusalem Judenrein celebrations

Haneya to UN's Ban Ki-moon: Hamas accepts statehood on 1967 borders

Three way meeting? Hamas loves it

Israel hiding nukes in Golan, Syria claims
Syria is very thirsty and must to have the Golan

Iran, Venezuela plan to build refinery in Syria

Fatah al-Islam plans terrorist attacks against Lebanon

Iran rejects conditions for planned talks with world powers

Ahmadinejad warns against any attack on Iran

Iran displayed its ballistic missile
Grand scale dick wagging by a very small scale man

US Poll: Iranians support Ahmadinejad, US ties

Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Juden!

EU: Meeting on Iran nukes Oct. 1 in Geneva

Iraqi president to demand UN probe into bombings

Iraq's Kurds Suspend Norwegian Oil Operations
Iraq's self-governing Kurdish region has suspended all of Norwegian company DNO International ASA's oil operations after a regulatory probe in Oslo led to the disclosure of what the Kurds say is misleading information about their dealings with the company. In a release issued late Monday, the Kurdish region's Natural Resources Ministry said it was giving the company six weeks "to remedy to our full satisfaction the damage done to the Kurdistan Regional Government's reputation" and also sort out its "internal problems with the Oslo Stock Exchange."

After years of war, Iraqis hit by frenzy of crime
Some members of Iraq's security forces are also involved, perhaps a sign that militants are still infiltrating the security services.
The LA Times hearts Tariq: Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan defends his views
Scholar of Peace!

Well well well, whadda we got here? KAREEM SHORA, National Executive Director of the Arab Defense Leauge AND a member appointed by Bruno of the Advisory Council of the Department of Homeland Security, writing in COUNTERPUNCH:

After the CIA Torture Report
With the release of the CIA report and the Obama administration's decision to launch a Department of Justice investigation, our nation is in a struggle for the definition of what it means to be America in an admittedly dangerous and sometimes hostile world. Our worst enemies are those few individuals, on all sides, who act based on their emotions and in response to perceived injustice or pending national tragedy. It is time we learn from our historical mistakes born out of the Bush-Cheney counterterrorism policies and understand once and for all that the politics of fear, including the use of torture, have no place in this magnificent mosaic, the nation of nations we call the United States of America.
Sergei Demidenko, Russian expert on Arab affairs, on the OIC
A.: Russia has observer status with the OIC and must retain its presence in this organization. Whether we like it or not, Russia is also part of the Islamic world because many of its citizens preach Islam. Russia must keep its eyes open and follow various political and economic trends in the Islamic world because this directly affects us.

Q.: What should the OIC do in order to increase its influence in the solution of regional and global problems?

A.: OIC leaders are unable to change anything in this respect. An evolutionary process is a top priority. The organization will change, depending on changes in the Islamic world’s socio-political situation. Its role will also change as a result.
Musharraf Admits to Diversion of US Funds Against India
Former Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has said that military aid provided by the US to Pakistan for the war against terror during his tenure had been used to strengthen defences against India, the first such admission by any top Pakistani leader. Mr. Musharraf admitted that he had violated rules governing the use of the military aid, and justified his actions by saying he had "acted in the best interest of Pakistan." In an interview with a news channel, he said he "did not care" whether the US would be angered by his disclosure.
India increases security after Israel, Australia warnings
Israel and Australia have issued travel warnings to its citizens based on intelligence inputs on militant strikes.
McChrystal announced he will resign if he is not given "sufficient resources"

Within 24 hours of the leak of the Afghanistan assessment to The Washington Post, General Stanley McChrystal's team fired its second shot across the bow of the Obama administration. According to McClatchy, military officers close to General McChrystal said he is prepared to resign if he isn't given sufficient resources (read "troops") to implement a change of direction in Afghanistan:

Adding to the frustration, according to officials in Kabul and Washington, are White House and Pentagon directives made over the last six weeks that Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan, not submit his request for as many as 45,000 additional troops because the administration isn't ready for it.

In the last two weeks, top administration leaders have suggested that more American troops will be sent to Afghanistan, and then called that suggestion "premature." Earlier this month, Adm. Michael Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that "time is not on our side"; on Thursday, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates urged the public "to take a deep breath."

McChrystal's boots was made for walkin'...
"Afghanistan's insurgency is clearly supported from Pakistan," McChrystal wrote, adding that senior leaders of the major Taliban groups are "reportedly aided by some elements of Pakistan's ISI." The ISI has long-standing ties to the Taliban, but Pakistani officials have repeatedly claimed to have severed those relationships in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks.
The general and his Afghan labyrinth

Obama Is Considering Strategy Shift in Afghan War
Fellating the Taliban. Ooo shifty.

Afghan government credible and legitimate: Karzai
BWAHAHAHAHA! Then it must be the only government on earth that is.

More US troops is `right approach': Hamid Karzai

US willing to work with Karzai again: Holbrooke

First Full Afghan Tally Gives Karzai 54% of Vote

From Mao to market: 60 years of the People's Republic
Beijing - The People's Republic of China celebrates the 60th anniversary of its foundation on October 1. The following are key dates from those past six decades...
OIL DATA: China Ramps Up Gasoline Exports In August

ASIA MARKETS: Outlook Improves For China Energy Majors

China's strategic reserves capacity to double by 2011

China positive on N.Korea developments

Caspian Oil-Gas exchange opens in Azerbaijan`s Baku port

Russia begins to “protect” Abkhazian waters
Ya like the mafia protects your business.

Russia's LUKOIL eyes first Caspian oil in Mar '10

Iran, Russia call for solution to Caspian Sea issues

Vietnam steps up Caspian chase

Experts: Red tide threatens Caspian Sea


Russia in no hurry to become fully-fledged member of OIC - envoy
Russia is not setting itself any timeframe for becoming a fully fledged member of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, Russia's permanent envoy to OIC Kamil Iskhakov said. Generally speaking, there is no special need for that. Neither I, nor other Russian representatives have expressed any unearthly desire [to join OIC]," he said at a news conference in Moscow on Tuesday.

Russia has observer status in OIC, which is sufficient to get its interests defended, he also said. The OIC charter says that the OIC admits countries with a predominantly Muslim population. "This will not be the case with us," Iskhakov said.
Russia First Deputy PM: Stimulus Spending To Continue
Fire up the printing press!

Emerging-Market Stocks Rise First Time in 3 Days, Led by Russia

Teenaged racists jailed in Russia
A gang of 10 racist youths has been sent to jail for a string of brutal attacks on foreigners in the Russian capital, Moscow, in 2008. Terms of between eight and 10 years were handed down to the teenage ringleaders, including a 17-year-old girl, Yevgenia Zhikhareva. Several younger members of the gang got lighter sentences because of their age. The gang was accused of attacking foreigners at random on the streets of Moscow. One was killed. The victims were from China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. They were attacked in February and March 2008. The gang members were accused of four attempted murders and one actual murder. The dead man was an 18-year-old from Kyrgyzstan. He was stabbed eight times by Ilya Shutko, 19, who was jailed for 10 years.
EU must stand up to Russia in Georgia
HA HA HA, the EUniks are no match for me, silly headline!

US takes UN podium to criticize rights abuses in Iran, Russia, China
GENTLY CHIDING! Good dog. Here, Vlad will give you nice bone.
The United States has sharply criticized Iran for its crackdown on opposition groups while gently chiding Russia and China for failing to protect human rights....
Major boost for RMJM's Gazprom tower

Eurasian Secret Services Daily Report
SHHHH! It's a sekrit!

US Department of State - Turkmenistan Bilateral Meeting

US sees Turkmenistan as energy leader

HA HA HA, NAHHHHH BOOOOOOO Co, silly Ameerkanskis!
Robert Blake, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for the South and Central Asia bureau, briefed reporters on a bilateral meeting between U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov. "On the energy front, the secretary said that we want to see Turkmenistan really be a leader in terms of energy security and energy supply," said Blake. He added that Turkmenistan had an "important role to play" in the development of the $10.3 billion Nabucco pipeline for Europe.
15 years since the Contract of the Century
The NABUCCO project, the one most often discussed, still only exists on paper although a deal to implement it has been signed.
Turkmenistan stresses US energy ties
Turkmen leader Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov discussed energy ties with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday in talks reminding Russia that Central Asia's largest gas producer is pursuing new customers. Russia, traditionally the largest buyer of gas from Turkmenistan, halted imports after a pipeline explosion in April and demanded a review of supply terms.

Turkmenistan to hold gas talks with Russia soon
Vlad is making with the powerful laughing most very hard my comrades.

Uzbekistan has banned meat and diary imports from Turkmenistan to guard against the spread of a "dangerous epidemiological situation" in the Turkmenistan.
Uzbekistan: "Wanted" Posters All Over Tashkent
Photos of criminals appeared in Tashkent for the first time in years. Notices in Uzbek and Russian attached to the photos indicate that these people are wanted for grave crimes (religious extremism). These "wanted" posters can be seen at practically every market in the capital of Uzbekistan and even at entrances to apartment houses.
Uzbekistan: Kazakh preacher–Bahaist is exiled from the country
"It might look suspicious that foreign citizen was able to build serious religious organization within short period of time, supported by people not only in Tashkent, but also Dzijak and Bukhara oblasts of Uzbekistan", writes the author of, sponsored by National security service of Uzbekistan. "However, Uzbek "mission" of Bahai religious sect preacher was short. On July 24th of 2009 Chekparbayev was detained after anoth"It might look suspicious that foreign citizen was able to build serious religious organization within short period of time, supported by people not only in Tashkent, but also Dzijak and Bukhara oblasts of Uzbekistan", writes the author of, sponsored by National security service of Uzbekistan. "However, Uzbek "mission" of Bahai religious sect preacher was short.
Uzbekistani State Media Accuses Baha'is of Being Iranian Agents

BG, Eni Venture Seeks Over $1 Bln From Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, Ukraine are big trade finance risks - WTO

Kazakh bank BTA signs debt restructuring MOU

How Kazakhstan's Uranium Was Won

One atomic power station to be constructed in Kazakhstan

OSCE Raps Kazakhstan For Seizing Opposition Paper
A court this month ordered the "Respublika" weekly to pay state-run bank BTA substantial damages after ruling the lender had lost 6.8 billion tenge ($45 million) in deposits because of a story the newspaper wrote about the bank.

"Respublika" said it was unable to pay the 60 million tenge ($400,000) damages and said it would challenge the ruling. But last week the court seized its entire print run and froze the publisher's bank accounts. "This is an evident attempt to remove one of the few remaining critical voices in Kazakhstan," the OSCE quoted its media freedom representative Miklos Haraszti as saying in a statement on September 22.

"The level of intolerance toward the free flow of information and opinion is troubling in light of Kazakhstan's forthcoming OSCE chairmanship in 2010," Haraszti added. A Kazakh Foreign Ministry spokesman declined to comment on those remarks.
'Nazca Lines' discovered in Kazakhstan
QUICK! Call Richard Dawkins! They have found evidence of his GOD in glorious Kazakhstan, the only country on earth that has an official state embassy for UFO's!

Prince Michael and Princess of Kent to visit Kazakhstan

Ooo a number of objects!
"Prince Michael and Princess of Kent will visit Kazakhstan on September 22 - 26," Y. Ashikbayev informed. During the visit, the representatives of the British royal family will visit a number of objects. "They will hold meetings with the officials of our country and will visit Kazakhstan-British Technical University, Haileybury school, and will take part in the closing ceremony of the Steppe Eagle joint military exercise," Y. Ashikbayev informed.

Microsoft promises Kyrgyzstan special software

Impoverished Kyrgyzstan to ration electricity


Kyrgyzstan's Development fund influence US dollar exchange rate
Kyrgyzstan’s Development Fund has influenced the U.S. dollar exchange rate, Alexey Eliseev, the director general of the fund told reporters at the Tuesday. Eliseev said that the UDS rate became 1 KGS “lighter” after the fund held its board meeting with participation of the Prime Minister, Igor Chudinov, last Friday. It is a result of people’s anticipation of a massive inflow of foreign currency into the Kyrgyz economy.

The Gulag Blog: The FDIC to get credit from banks even while banks restrict lending
In the latest inexplicable move to extricate the U.S. banking system from crisis, the FDIC is reportedly close to asking the very banks it regulates for a loan to top up its balances. The plan is “strongly supported by bankers and their lobbyists” according to the New York Times. Are you kidding me? This is the most preposterous thing I have heard yet. How is the FDIC suppose to adequately regulate banks when it owes them money? If your looking for a textbook route to regulatory capture, I present you Exhibit A. What’s more is banks are restricting lending right now. How is this going to help that situation?

Hedge Funds Keep Watch on Washington
"A year ago, we got a real surge in such activity around the time of the [financial] meltdown in Iceland," says Goldman.
All Mortgages in Iceland May Go to State-Run Fund

Icelandic Presidential Couple Attend US Symposiums
At the Clinton Institution’s world congress on financial markets and public interests, Grímsson will speak at a panel discussion at the invitation of former US President Bill Clinton.
Goldman Sachs's Third-Quarter EPS Estimate Raised 28%
Gold Man's Sacksapalooza!

Pay rules may prompt Goldman to shed bank charter

Volcker Calls for Restricting Banks' Risk, Trading Activity

G20 versus UN: the battle continues
The future of international economic governance and financial reform continues to be debated separately at the United Nations and the G20, but little progress is being made.
AFRICA: WEMA bank denies chief executive's passport seizure
The Central Bank of Nigeria’s assurance, earlier in the month, that its audit had brought about stability in the banking system, appears to be threatened as the State Security Service is trailing some chief executive officers and their management. Clearing the air In a reaction to a media report on the quizzing of some bank’s CEOs and the seizing of their passports, Segun Oloketuyi, the group managing director/chief executive officer of Wema Bank Plc, on Sunday, denied that his passport was seized by the State Security Services and that he was invited for interrogation as is being speculated.

Wema Bank in a statement on Sunday, said: “Nothing could be more baseless, unfounded and farther from the truth than that the GMD/CEO`s passport was impounded by the SSS or anybody for that matter.” Some newspapers (not NEXT) reported that Mr. Oloketuyi’s passport and those of four other banks’ chief executive were impounded by the State Security Services, as part of the on-going shake-up in the banking industry. The statement, signed by Tunde Olofintila, Wema Bank’s spokesperson, said: “The management of Wema Bank Plc hereby totally and unreservedly refute the allegation that Mr. Oloketuyi’s passport was impounded. And in that stead, we affirm and most assertively and unequivocally too, that Oloketuyi is in possession of his passport.”

The CBN took over the affairs of Wema Bank for about 18 months up till June 10, when a new substantive management took over from the CBN-appointed interim management board, following the acquisition of a 40 per cent stake in the bank by SW8 Investment Limited. The bank also urged all institutions, including media organisations to exercise due diligence in discharging their responsibilities and avoid issues that can further exacerbate the economy, especially issues that bother on apparent falsehood.
Economic Weakness Persists, Report Says
NO, STFU! Fundamentally Sound! RACIST!

Saudis bullish as oil price tops US$71

Gold near 18-month high as US dollar tumbles

FORBES sez: Gold's No Bubble

Big week for Obama at UN
This is his agenda....

FCC's Diversity Czar: 'White People' Need to be Forced to 'Step Down' 'So Someone Else Can Have Power' (STFU, you crazy GOD mouf crackerpuss racist Jewtian bitch!)

Mark Lloyd is the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s Chief Diversity Officer, a.k.a. the Diversity Czar. And he has in a recently discovered bit of archive audio goodness detailed his rather disturbing perspective on race, power and the American system.

(Audio located below the fold, courtesy of and Naked Emperor News)

This is of course in addition to Lloyd's rather disturbing perspective on the First Amendment.

"It should be clear by now that my focus here is not freedom of speech or the press. This freedom is all too often an exaggeration. At the very least, blind references to freedom of speech or the press serve as a distraction from the critical examination of other communications policies.

"[T]he purpose of free speech is warped to protect global corporations and block rules that would promote democratic governance."

And Lloyd's rather disturbing perspective on Venezuelan Communist dictator Hugo Chavez's "incredible...democratic revolution." To go with Lloyd's bizarre admiration for the thuggishly fascistic manner in which "Chavez began to take very seriously the media in his country."

A Complete List of Obama's Czars

Obama Delivers Remarks at Hudson Valley Community College
In Brave New Glow Ball World there is no room for error, Spudniktariats! How he defines error OR America is certainly anyone's guess.
OBAMA: We know that can happen. We know that in a global economy, where there is no room for error and there is certainly no room for wasted potential, America needs you to succeed.
Obama and DeMint locked in proxy fight over Hugo Chavez
I am telling you, Lugar is a MFing prime suspect.
Facing stiff resistance, Obama administration officials have asked Sen. Dick Lugar (Ind.), the senior Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee, to intervene, but to little avail so far. “I’ve been attempting to work with Sen. DeMint to release the holds; we do need to have those officials,” said Lugar. “It’s very important in terms of our overall relations with Latin American countries that we’ve have been attempting to enhance with much more vigorous diplomacy,” he added.
Obama picks border czar Alan Bersin for Customs commissioner

Napolitano: 'Best in the World'
Esquire's criteria for determining "best" must differ dramatically from mine...
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has landed on another “best of” list. This time the former Arizona governor, who just last week showed up as one of D.C.’s most datable singles, is featured in the latest issue of Esquire as one of the “75 best people in the world.”
Stimulus funding just a down payment, DOE says
Hey did you know that money grows on trees at the DOE? Yet another miracle of science!
The $4.5 billion that the federal government has allocated in smart grid stimulus funding is just a utility’s down payment on the grid, Department of Energy senior advisor Matt Rogers, who oversees allocation of the funding, told Grid Week attendees today. It is a down payment in customer choice, but the expected return on investment is what has nearly every utility and a range of players and new partners clamoring for a piece of the market. “We are trying to move this in quite a rapid fashion,” Rogers said in a panel today on smart grid implementation. “As part of making the down payment is the expectation that these are high payout projects…It’ll take $150 to $180 billion in investments, but the payout is four or five to one.”
Propaganda piece on Fusion Centers: Pact to Help Keep Country Safe
Ya, right:
However, the Defense Department is not a law-enforcement agency, McDaniel emphasized. The department “does not collect, does not store information” about people, he said.
Before taking the H1N1 vaccine: Did you know?
"As of August 21st, 2009, the CDC listed 522 deaths and 7,983 hospitalizations associated with swine flu (H1N1) cases reported in the U.S. There is no information on lab confirmed H1N1 cases because the CDC has stopped recommending that suspected and reported cases are lab confirmed. This is INSANE given the supposed gravity of the situation that there is no clear diagnosis of alleged victims of the virus. Also consider that yearly 36,000 Americans die from the flu. So why would there be this kind of hype over 522 deaths by the 8th month of the year?"
U.N. Summit Spotlights Climate Change
Naturally! CHACHING!

Raytheon Hires Air Force Network Operations Expert For Cybersecurity Post

Dick Dawkins: Faith schools are child abuse
Unless of course it is him doing the indoctrinating and his agenda being forced.... it is not fascism when heeeeee does it, ya know!
"What I'm passionately against is indoctrination. That is wicked, that is evil, that is child abuse," he continued.
Doctor Is Pressed Again on Ties to Device Makers
Two leading senators have charged that a well-known heart doctor affiliated with Columbia University may have failed to tell the university about millions of dollars in payments and other income he received from medical device makers.
Papa John was a POS degenerate and I will never spin The Mama's & The Papa's again, mores the pity...
Actress Mackenzie Phillips reveals she had a long-term incestuous relationship with her famous father, musician John Philips, in a tell-all memoir, according to, which obtained an advance copy of her book.
Social engineering in pursuit of peace
Scary headline of the day!
Under the austere, at times draconian leadership of Mr Kagame, who led the small guerrilla army that swept those responsible for the 1994 genocide from power, members of the cabinet now juggle myriad masterplans. Designed to triple annual national income to more than $900 per capita by 2020, these address - and in some areas seek to control - almost every aspect of the lives of 10m inhabitants.
Alerts across USA intensify in terror probe

Tampa police to talk about homeland security issues today
Homeland Security released a statement today explaining what it calls "security notes" that have been shared with local law enforcement agencies around the country, urging them to remember that "soft" targets – public transportation, sporting events, public lodging and other places where people gather – have been targeted in the past. The notes contain no specific threats or targets.

"A series of unclassified homeland security notes have been produced to assist our partners as they go about their daily duties; they are not intended for the general public or the media," according to a Homeland Security media release. "While DHS and FBI have no information regarding the timing, location or target of any planned attack, we believe it is prudent to raise the security awareness of our local law enforcement partners regarding the targets and tactics of previous terrorist activity. As always, the American people should remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to their local authorities."
Utah OKs continued disposal of depleted uranium

NORTHDAKOTA: Company considers chemical uranium extraction

Nova Uranium Acquires 100% of Gold Property in Arizona, USA
Nova has the right to earn one hundred percent of the property's 64 unpatented lode mining claims, encompassing an estimated total area of 350 hectares (864.8 acres), from joint owners Philip Sterling and Manuel Hernandez by paying an aggregate of one million US dollars over a ten year period. In addition, the property agreement grants a 2.0% net smelter royalty to the vendors, which can be purchased by Nova, in its entirety, for $500,000 US for each one half percent of the royalty.
Uranium Shortage Looms in 2014, Benefiting Paladin, RBS Says
Uranium demand will rise and exceed supply in 2014 as China and Russia add nuclear power stations, benefiting producers Paladin Energy...
PALADIN ENERGY Ltd is a uranium production company with projects currently in Australia and two operating mines in Africa.
Charlemagne (742 - 814AD) was a Germanic King who ruled with the assistance of his Paladins, a legendary company of knights who formed the elite of the King’s army. These Paladins later became a source of inspiration for the romantic poets for whom they symbolised the highest virtues of chivalry and valour. The word Paladin was originally derived from the early Byzantine era to signify those who were the highest dignitaries of the Court and usually referred to a lord or chieftain, and later a knight errant - a champion on a quest for adventure.
First Uranium resumes operations at S.Africa mine

CanAlaska intercepts 40.4 metres of uranium mineralization

Australia's Talison to restart Wodgina tantalum mine

Roskill warns of future tantalum supply squeeze

Australia: Dust storm turns sky over Sydney deadly red

Why It's So Hard to Make Nuclear Weapons

Magnitude Seven Earthquake Possible in OC

5.6-magnitude earthquake rattles Myanmar


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