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originally posted by: crankyoldman
originally posted by: WhatTheory
Q stated the 1st BOOM was revealed.
What are your thoughts about what is the 1st BOOM?
Personally, I'm not sure.
If we go by the Q drops that NK=CIA entirely. And the DJT rhetoric about nuking NK was really about nuking the CIA and its NK "factories" etc. Coupled with the portrait water image change Q posted. Then it might be safe to assume that the NK CIA issue is no longer an issue. Pretty big boom.
in fact if you provide such i promise i'll go even even deeper.
In a May 1, 2012 interview with Canada’s Financial Post, Majescor Resources Inc. CEO Dan Hachey was effusive about Michel Martelly’s installment as president because he expects Martelly’s policy of mimicking the Dominican Republic (DR) to be a boon to the mining sector. Hachey enthusiastically noted that “thirty years ago, there was no mining sector to speak of in the Dominican Republic…. In that short period of time they’ve seen the development of the Pueblo Viejo Project [of Barrick and Goldcorp’s], which is one of the world’s largest gold deposits — and is pretty much a neighbour of ours…. They’re going to be coming on with production this year.”
This glowing picture omits the fact that Barrick and Goldcorp have come under strong popular opposition in the DR. In a country where 20 percent of the population lacks access to drinking water, these companies are accused of polluting 2,500 cubic meters of water per hour with the vast quantities of cyanide needed to process 24,000 tons of ore a day by opencast (or open-pit) mining. Open-pit mining is banned by the European Union. Activists in the DR have joined forces with a broader group called Observatorio de Conflictos Mineros de América Latina (OCMAL) that launched a campaign to end this practice in the region. These problems are compounded by the damages from the more intense tropical storms due to climate change. For example, in the Philippines, the largest gold mine had to be suspended due to an unexpected spillage of waste into a major river. In the DR, there is great concern that the country’s biggest water reservoir, which is close to the mining operations, is continuously at risk of cyanide contamination, since stories of spills and massive fish die offs caused by mining companies are legion. Barrick and Goldcorp have also been accused of dynamiting mountains and destroying Taino Indian archaelogical sites.
Advisory Board Members’ Resignation
March 21, 2016
For Immediate Release:
Advisory Board Members’ Resignation.
VCS Mining, Inc. (“VCS” or the “Company“) announces the resignation of Mr. Jean Max Bellerive, Tony Rodham, and Mr. Joe Baptiste from its Advisory Board.
Management would like to thank Mr. Bellerive (February 19, 2016), Mr. Rodham (February 19, 2016) and Mr. Baptiste (March 21, 2016) for their services. Management nor the parties had any disagreement.
The resignation is a result is part of restructuring plan of the company’s management and advisory program.
VCS Management would like to extend its thanks to the former members and wish them the best on their future endeavors.
The only information on the website for VCS Mining is that board member resignation advisory, a complete the blanks contact page and this short 'about' on the homepage along with the rather huge disclaimer almost hidden in black at the bottom of the page:
Mineral Acquisition & Exploration
VCS Mining is a U.S. based mineral Exploration and Exploitation company focused on locations throughout Haiti.
A Gold, Silver and other precious minerals company focused on growth through:
Acquisition of permits with significant some geological workcompleted
Production of ore bodies with economically viable assets.
Exploration of additional promising prospects.
Our strength, expertise, and strategic relationships in North America and the Caribbean create a unique ability to have access to and acquire highly attractive properties. These permits contain very attractive return on investment characteristics due to their low initial capital investment, and, in many cases, early time to production.
VCS Mining’s shareholder value will be increased through comprehensive strategic plans and focus on executing to achieve clearly identified goals and VCS Mining_logo.png
VCS Mining believes its value will be created by the development of our resources rather than the development of our public relations campaign. Precious metal exploration takes commitment and execution, and only a laser focus on consistent performance and a long-term perspective can turn possibilities into success.
VCS Mining is committed to increasing shareholders’ value through endurance, determination, and wise management of investor capital.
VCS Mining is a privately held company recently incorporated in the state of Delaware
Disclosure Statement: AN INVESTMENT IN THE EXPLORATION STAGE CORPORATION IS HIGHLY SPECULATIVE, INVOLVES A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK AND IS SUITABLE ONLY FOR INVESTORS WITH SUBSTANTIAL MEANS WHO CAN BEAR THE ECONOMIC RISK OF THE INVESTMENT, AND WHO ARE ABLE TO WITHSTAND THE TOTAL LOSS OF THEIR INVESTMENT. THE PROSPECTIVE INVESTOR, ANYONE INTERESTED SHOULD CONTACT THE COMPANY MANAGEMENT. IF ANYONE ASK YOU TO INVEST WITH THEM IN BEHALF OF THE COMPANY REGARDLESS OF THE CONDITION OFFERS TO YOU; YOU ARE ADVISED TO CONTACT THE COMPANY’S MANAGEMENT IMMEDIATELY. THE COMPANY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO OTHERWISE.
Forward Looking Statement Disclaimer: Certain statements contained in this website represent forward–looking statements. Such forward–looking statements involve a number of known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the company to be materially different from actual results and achievements expressed or implied by such forward–looking statements. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward–looking statements, which speak only as of the date the statements were made and the readers are also advised to consider such forward looking statements while considering the risks inherent in the business of exploration. ©2017 VCS Mining. All rights reserved.
originally posted by: Greenanon
a reply to: Perfectenemy
Try talking about Barrick gold/Haiti or Rosatom in 2014.
Tony left after the illegal gold mine finished stealing all the gold.
Crokin claimed that there were so many videos featuring high-level political figures doing horrible things to children found on Weiner’s laptop that when NYPD officers watched them, “it made grown men cry.”
originally posted by: Greenanon
a reply to: Perfectenemy
MSM rule #1
Never ask a Haitian about HRC. If you think you’re talking to a Haitian that might mention HRC destroy your camera.