Monthly Archives: August 2011

Kim Jong il’s pledge to halt nuclear testing

Kim Jong il has pledged whilst in Russia to halt nuclear testing. Russia’s president Dimtry Medvedev has obtained Kim’s pledge that hinges on a pipeline from Russia’s gas fields through Central Asia and the two Koreas. Kim pledge has even … Continue reading

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Kim Jong il in Russia. Rumours abound

Kim Jong il is in Moscow. He looks good physically, having put on weight which he shed during his recent illness. Lord love the western media in covering Kim. GuamDiary marvels at the general amnesia that beset allegedly savvy journalists. … Continue reading

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John Huntsman knows no shame

Former governor of the American state of Utah, and more recently Obama’s ambassador to China, John Huntsman campaign for the Republican Party’s nomination to run against Obama in 2012 is going nowhere. Sensible and measured that he is, say, on ‘global … Continue reading

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Will the ‘spirit of Camp David’ prevail?

Rumours that Egypt would expel Israel’s ambassador in Cairo has shaken the pillars of ‘the spirit of Camp David’. Since the downfall of Hosni Mubarak, the ‘cold peace’ between Egypt and Israel is seeing modification that has caught the Zionist state … Continue reading

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Lee Myung bak’s hard ball slams him back

South Korea’s president Lee Myung bak has made no bones about ‘teaching North Korea a lesson’. He trashed Kim Dai Jung’s ‘Sunshine Policy’, cut off food supplies and fertilizers’ when he took over the Blue House in 2008, upped the ante … Continue reading

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Israel is out of step

As the Zionist state is being ravaged by growing internal dissension and unrest, scandals and the unmasking of the ‘tycoons’ who rule the roost, and stumbling of the right wing Likud led government of ‘Bibi’ Netenyahu, Israel is having a … Continue reading

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Spector of 2008 haunts Big Bracket Banks

Stock markets are reacting badly, witnessing large decline in equities. And this drop cannot be blamed on the financial woes of the European Union and the Euro. Look at the banks, especially the US bank! These ‘too big to fail’ … Continue reading

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