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On October 13, 2011, Alex Jones, at the end of his discussion with Dr. Steve Pieczenik, said in response to his “insider” source predictions that the U.S. would attack Iran in the next two weeks:

50:48 – “Spread the word, World War III is about to start.

Two weeks later, at the end of the day on October 27, no attack on Iran has taken place.

For more on this, see Lindsey Williams Iran sources likely correct; Alex Jones’ sources likely not, and Lindsey Williams’ October 2011 predictions, says “There will be no conflict in the near future with Iran.”

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Map flag of Iran

On October 13, 2011, Alex Jones, at the end of his discussion with Dr. Steve Pieczenik, said in response to his “insider” source predictions that the U.S. would attack Iran in the next two weeks:

50:48 – “Spread the word, World War III is about to start.

Lindsey Williams appeared on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith on October 12, 2011, and informed listeners that his sources had told him:

41:51 – “There will be no conflict in the near future with Iran.

I think that Williams’ prediction will prove to be true, unlike his prediction in October 2010 that crude oil would go to $150-$200 USD a barrel within six to eight months.

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2012 (film)

Lindsey Williams was on Radio Liberty with Dr. Stan Monteith on October 12, 2011, and relayed the following from his “insider” sources:

45:51 – “There will be no conflict in the near future with Iran.

25:44 – “2012 will be the most startling, the most unusual, the most eventful year in 2000 years.

Really? He also talked about getting enough gold and silver to pay your property taxes for the next three to five years (28:16). As if you would be so concerned about that if his prediction of 2012 being such an eventful year actually proves to be true, given that in the past 2000 years there was the fall of the Roman republic, the rise and fall of the Western and Eastern Roman Empires, the emergence of Islam, the conquering of the Americas, the Industrial Revolution, the Nuclear Age, Space Age and Information Age.

35:05 – DVD offer

41:37 – said talk of Planet X is a fear tactic

43:54 – “the elites are three months behind” with Libya, and said Syria’s next

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran

I saw an interesting interview with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad by Triple Crown Charlie (CFR, Bilderberg and Trilateral Commission member) Rose on September 23, 2011.

In it, he said the reason Iran needs so much 20% enriched uranium is to provide special medical isotopes to about 800,000 cancer patients, and that Iran is willing to accept it being provided by other countries, but the U.S. isn’t allowing it.

He also mentioned something I hadn’t heard, about the IAEA apparently going outside the boundaries of its lawful operation, in releasing the names of three Iranian nuclear scientists who were later killed, he says, by Israel.

A trusted correspondent pointed out that Ahmadinejad’s claim about needing 20% enriched uranium to help out 800,000 cancer patients is likely bogus, saying that such isotopes are produced by cyclotrons or nuclear reactors, and not centrifuges.

The IAEA is an American puppet, however, as former UN weapons inspector, Scott Ritter, who was right about no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, told us when he outed another former weapons inspector, Richard Butler, as effectively working as an American spy.

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Bloomberg reported this on January 2, 2010, however, as of June, the CIA hadn’t updated their production figures showing Russia at the top as they now have.

From their top 10 list, only three are OPEC nations: Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq.

Russia 9,920,000 barrels/day (2009 est.)
Saudi Arabia 8,146,000 barrels/day (2008 est.)

Saudi Arabia is reported to have 264.1 billion barrels of “proved” oil reserves, as of the January 1, 2009 estimate, with Russia having 79 billion barrels, or less than a third of Saudi Arabia’s.

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North Korea, formally known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, is often referred to in the mass media as “The Hermit Kingdom.” There is much justification for that designation.

It came as a surprise to me that you can actually obtain a tourist visa for North Korea. I first read an article in 2007 about how there are a few Canadians who visit each year on a tourist visa.

That is unlike Saudi Arabia, for instance. From visahq.com, “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia does not issue tourist visas.” There is the irony that you can get a tourist visa to visit an “Axis of Evil” country, as branded by the George W. Bush administration, yet can’t get one to visit a designated ally.

The travel advisories issued by the Canadian government, which has among the best relations with most nations of the world, North Korea has the second-lowest travel risk, with 22 countries having a higher level of risk.

The countries with an “avoid all essential travel” advisory are: Angola, Burundi, Central African Republic, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, East Timor, Eritrea, Iran, Lebanon, Liberia, Madagascar, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, and Pakistan.

The countries with an “avoid all travel” advisory are: Afghanistan, Chad, Guinea, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.

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