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  • casp321 casp321 Mar 30, 2012 4:46 PM Flag

    ON2: And COMPROMISING Iranian Yahoo & Google Account

    Go ahead blokck the TIMESTAMPPED messages for opening room for the PROPAGANDA. Why would Yahoo block timmstampped messages around their SCAM game time periods? Who is ordering Yahoo to "stop" and "start" game even on SCRATCH board?

    How dumb they can e after spending billions of dollars on their "itelligence" still it can be EXPOSED on a SCRATCH message board and SCARE them to "death"? to order the kill on scartch board:

    All is about HOW to keep the OIL price High and how take Fossil Fuel barrel to $120 or above to keep also Russian happy and engage them in more INTERNATIONAL SCAMs to send thousands of INNOCENT Irannians to slaughther house. What these CRIMINALs are doing is blocking information related to Buckley, Shackley, Secord involvement in TRAINING and MOBILIZING thousands of "ASSassINs" for the countries that they call "enemy" to hide the REAL INTENTIONs and actual IDENTITIES of those running all of these CRIMINAL underground activities:

    March 30, 2012
    Obama's Friday decision could send already soaring gasoline prices—a political liability for him heading toward the November elections—still higher, though media reports suggest that the administration has been working with key allies like Britain and France to release emergency oil reserves to offset any major disruption in supply.

    Obama sets stage for tough new sanctions targeting Iran’s oil
    By Olivier Knox

    White House Correspondent

    PostsBy Olivier Knox | The Ticket – 1 hr 36 mins ago

    Barack Obama moved Friday to tighten the economic vise on Iran over its suspect nuclear program, taking a big step toward tough new sanctions aimed at crippling the Islamic republic's ability to export oil.

    Obama announced in an official memorandum that he had determined that there is enough oil on world markets to go ahead with measures designed to push countries that buy Iranian crude—including key U.S. allies like Japan, South Korea and India—to get their petroleum elsewhere.

    "There is a sufficient supply of petroleum and petroleum products from countries other than Iran to permit a significant reduction in the volume of petroleum and petroleum products purchased from Iran by or through foreign financial institutions," the president said in a message to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

    "I will closely monitor this situation to assure that the market can continue to accommodate a reduction in purchases of petroleum and petroleum products from Iran," Obama said.

    Under a law he signed in December, the president had until Friday to make a determination about whether countries that import Iranian oil could "significantly" reduce their purchases without sowing chaos in world markets.

    The law permits Obama after June 28 to effectively cut off banks still doing business with Iran from the U.S. financial system.

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