It is with great excitement that we see this humble little movement growing into over 200 countries of the world. UBUNTU Parties are being established in around 6 countries other than South Africa right now and more are in planing. The main activity is in Canada, Germany, Austria, UK, USA and Australia. Our UBUNTU Planet online hub is almost ready for launch […]
Notice to readers, this week marks the beginning of my annual one month break from the internet. For that reason, until the August 25th edition, reports will cover topics that are not time sensitive. The Three Legged Crow is an ancient Japanese secret society based in Kyoto, Japan. The legend has it that a crow [...]
To demonstrate it hasn’t failed, the Fed must taper/withdraw its monetary heroin. That the Federal Reserve’s policies have failed is now so painfully evident that even the political class is awakening to this truth. Rather than re-ignite broad-based, self-sustaining economic growth,…Read more ›
About 48…First of all, I’m going to try to do better with getting articles up here at Project Camelot. When Kerry offered the opportunity to write a column and express my views and information I was both flattered and inspired. Personal issues and a very nasty winter have conspired to dampen my enthusiasm in addition to my inherent nature of being very min […]
Did you hear about Halim Saad and his lawyer Abdul Rashid Manaf teaming up to buy over a 30 per cent stake in CN Asia Bhd? You heard right. The deal's going down next week, I was told. A younger HalimIf all goes as planned CN Asia will become the second national oil company with focus on overseas assets. Halim is on a hot streak, having helped Sumatec […]
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The Netherlands or Malaysia are likely to try those responsible for the downing in Ukraine of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, not the International Criminal Court in The Hague, the Dutch said on Wednesday. Cases are only referred to the world's permanent war crimes court if countries involved are unable or unwilling to prosecute atrocities,...