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Bibi1581 Blog For 03/25/2018: Morning Edition

1…………> Where All Directions Point South: US Navy


The Seawolf-class fast-attack submarine USS Connecticut (SSN 22), left, Los Angeles-class fast-attack submarine USS Hartford (SSN 768),  and the Royal Navy hunter-killer submarine, HMS Trenchant (S-91) surface through the ice during the multinational maritime Ice Exercise (ICEX) in the Arctic Circle. ICEX 2018 is a five-week exercise that allows the Navy to assess its operational readiness in the Arctic, increasing experience in the region, advance understanding of the Arctic environment, and continue to develop relationships with other services, allies and partner organizations. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Darryl I. Wood (Released) 180321-N-HI707-750




2…………..> USS Ralph Johnson: Godspeed

On March 5, 1968, in an observation post overlooking the Quan Duc Valley, Marine Corps Pfc. Ralph Henry Johnson used his body to shield fellow Marines from a grenade, absorbing the blast and dying instantly. The Charleston native had only been in Vietnam for two months when he was killed at the age of 19. In recognition of his “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity” during the Vietnam War he posthumously received the Medal of Honor, and now the Navy will commission its newest guided-missile destroyer, the future USS Ralph Johnson (DDG 114), during a 10 a.m. EDT ceremony Saturday, March 24, at Columbus Street Pier in Charleston, South Carolina.


3…………> Spanish Treasure: Yutacan

A priceless stash of more than 300 gold pieces, including rings, buckles, crosses, brooches, cufflinks, bracelets, rosaries and toothpicks — as well as 74 encrusted emeralds among other items were discovered three years ago on a shallow reef, all parts of a Spanish treasure lost at sea after a shipwreck off the Yucatán coast in the 18th century. 

According to Roberto Junco Sánchez, a researcher at the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), the discovery of the treasure was purely accidental when an underwater archaeology team was mapping the site of a 19th-century shipwreck using a portable magnetometer just to record a signal from just outside the area it was surveying.

The signals led the team to a broken anchor, a golden rosary bead and dozens of silver coins, and the rest is now part of Mexican history.



4……………..> Nordic Window: Ancient Pedophile Culture

Norwegian police have documented 151 cases of sexual abuse, including child rape, in one small community of 2,000 people in a 900 feet deep fjord, a village named Tysfjord, north of the Arctic circle, a forgotten hamlet of some of Scandinavia’s earliest inhabitants called the Sami’s, a long lost tribe that still live in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.  The offences occurred between the 1950s and 2017, but Sami people accounted for about two-thirds of the 83 victims and 92 of the perpetrators identified in the police report on sexual abuse,



5……….> Ready For War: PLA Air Force

After the unceremonious trespassing by US Navy carrier battle groups through what the Chinese government consider their backyard, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force recently conducted a high-sea training mission in the West Pacific and a joint combat patrol mission in the South China Sea, according to an air force spokesperson. 

Shen Jinke, a spokesperson for the PLA Air Force, said a formation, including H-6K bombers, Su-30 and Su-35 fighters, carried out a real combat training mission in the West Pacific via the Miyako Strait to improve high-sea combat readiness. 

The PLA Air Force will continue to safeguard national sovereignty and security, as well as support the country’s peaceful development through high-sea training and combat patrol missions, according to Shen.


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Bibi1581 Blog For 12/17/2017: Evening Edition

1…………> Gold Trend Up: Analysts

Despite the outrageous US monetary policy that led to 70 to 1 extended credit to actual Central Bank reserves, and dedicated campaign by US Treasury to suppress the precious metal complex, all led by recently fired Fed chair Janet Yellen, gold futures on the COMEX settled at 1257.50 dollars per ounce, recording 9.19 percent increase when compared to the end of 2016.

“The strong performance (of gold) is particularly noteworthy in a year when the U.S. has been hiking rates and equities have remained in favor. With inflation still subdued around the world, we see monetary policy tightening as likely to be gentle,” said market guru John Reade.

What is less  advertised in the West is that China and Russia have been buying their all gold production in local currency, thus denying New World Disorder charlatans the power to dictate commodity prices, a development that will have a profound effect in the coming decade, leading to 30% devaluation of US dollar and the elevation of the Chinese yuan as the new reserve currency of the planet.


2…………> Save The Last Dance For Me: 747

The venerable Boeing 747, world’s first jumbo passenger jet that was introduced in 1968 as a technological wonder and miraculous aircraft that brought millions of people around the globe together, unifying space and time and becoming a beloved center of fact and fiction, including parts of many movies.

Now the winds of time have closed the circle of magic, rendering the most iconic passenger jet aircraft of all time obsolete, with its last dance expected to come soon on a commercially-scheduled flight on December 19 for a Delta Air Lines Seoul-to-Detroit trip.



3…………> The Auschwitz Decree: Himmler

The Islamic Merkeldom of Germany will mark 75 years since SS Reichsführer Heinrich Himmler infamous “Auschwitz Decree” that ordered “all gypsy mixed-bloods, Roma Gypsies and non-German-blooded members of gypsy clans with Balkan origins” to be brought to the Auschwitz concentration camp. 

The Roma were designated a “foreign and inferior race” under the new legislation, much the same terminology used for Jews and people of African origin, a classification that led to the wholesale murder of millions during the Holocaust.



4………..> Aussie Photo Gallery

The best photos of life “Down Under” during last week.

5…………> Vanishing Towns: Russia

During Stalin’s “Red Terror Campaign” millions of Russians were sent to gulags, one of the most infamous being at the skulls covered banks of Kolyma river in Siberia, where the small Far Eastern coal-mining towns of Kadykchan, and nearby Kirovsk also known as “The Arctic Hollywood” existed in the Russian Arctic Circle more than 2,500 miles and eight times zones away from what the locals called the mainland: i.e. Russia.

But with the 1980s Mikhail Gorbachev’s “Perestroika” in full blast, the Soviet Union collapsed and the two towns faced a problem that is still threatening many other locations within the largest country in the world: abandoned Soviet-era buildings – cracked windows , nearly collapsed roofs sagging and entrance ways overgrown, yards full with junk.

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