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Reinhardt Thread - "Suggestions and Predictions"

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posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 03:08 AM
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Been following him since the beginning but as to this area I've got to play catchup....The only thing from the past that I can think of related to R and or this thread or GLP (just off the top of my head) was the incident just north 15 miles or so a few weeks ago in which This happened. I haven't had a chance to connect the dots but either R hinted at this or someone posted it in this thread as a link somehow

I mean Waleska GA and this Law Office bombing in Dalton which is very close as in 20 miles or so...Too many coincidences...



[edit on 20-11-2008 by Criskahta]

*Update*

Over on GLP the suggestion has been put out there that basically through the Shaw Ind and/or/is Westinghouse will be contracted for the massive China infrastructure project. Now given this potential clue combined with Waleska and the above mentioned Dalton bombing is that Shaw literally runs the town of Dalton. The town of Dalton is Shaw! Now keep in mind that Cherokee Co where Reinhardt college is as well the Highway 20 mall project and the Dalton law office bombing are in the same area. Now I need to put this together and dig some more but my guess is this is where R is pointing...

Below is a post from RATS at GLP

When China announces a 600 billion dollar infrastructure

project this is the kind of company you want to own:

The Shaw Group Inc. is a diverse engineering, technology, construction, fabrication, environmental and industrial services company. The Company provides its services to a diverse customer base that includes multi-national oil companies and industrial corporations, regulated utilities, independent and merchant power producers, government agencies and other equipment manufacturers. It delivers its services from over 150 locations, including 19 international locations.

The Company holds a 20% interest in Westinghouse Group (Westinghouse), which provides advanced nuclear plant designs and equipment, fuel and a range of other products and services to the owners and operators of nuclear power plants.

The Company’s business segments include Fossil & Nuclear, Environmental & Infrastructure (E&I), Energy & Chemicals (E&C), Maintenance, Fabrication & Manufacturing (F&M), and Investment in Westinghouse.

[edit on 20-11-2008 by Criskahta]




posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 04:12 AM
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that story had nothing to do with r. totally unrelated. just someone's family feud. r had said something on the site about away for a short while and then something happened but it wasn't that news story - just coincidental timing of the post and the story.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 04:41 AM
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That would make more sense as the bombing thing from what I remember was a isolated local event. However, the other connections still hold IMHO. The Shaw/Westinghouse & China infrastructure connection as well as nuclear deal are very much legit. Shaw in Dalton has been working with Siemens in this area on a carpet waste to energy project. Further connection here to China I doubt it at present.
I'm lost as to what R is getting at here when he discusses all these points in this geographric area...I get the feeling he must be from the area and or have lived in this area. Or is he just drawing points from his local interest if this is indeed the case? Time will tell I suppose



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 08:08 AM
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as citigroup goes down, saudi control of it likely to go up...
Alwaleed Plans to Boost His Stake in Citigroup to 5%


Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal plans to increase his stake in Citigroup Inc. to 5 percent after the U.S. bank lost almost a quarter of its value yesterday.

Alwaleed, who now owns less than 4 percent of the New York- based company, said in a statement he's buying shares because he ``strongly believes that they are dramatically undervalued.''


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on your bike!
GM, Ford, Chrysler Depart From Congress Empty-Handed


U.S. lawmakers deadlocked on a plan to bail out the Big Three automakers, leaving General Motors Corp. facing the prospect it could run out of cash before a new Congress can come to the rescue next year.


a fine example of pretending to fail

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whut? no wei!

Wachovia, Golden West Investigated by Prosecutors, Regulators



U.S. prosecutors and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating Wachovia Corp.'s mortgage lending and disclosures to investors, U.S. Attorney Joseph Russoniello said.

Prosecutors are examining whether Golden West Financial, the lender Wachovia bought for $24 billion in 2006, fraudulently pushed borrowers into expensive loans or altered paperwork to get them approved, Russoniello said in an interview yesterday. His office and the SEC are scrutinizing statements the banks made to investors about Golden West's loans, he said.


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just a thought, but with somalian pirates running rampant,- could there be a new canal project in the works?
Oil Supertankers May Avoid Suez on Somalia Piracy

look at this map here

now try and figure how you will get all those asian goods to europe & the u.s. avoiding somalia.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 08:18 AM
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Don't know if this is relevant but I found this in a 2007 article from here



GEORGIA
GA - In May, the Georgia Department of Transportation entered into an interim agreement with Georgia Transportation Partners, a joint venture between Bechtel Infrastructure Corp. and Kiewit Southern Co., to expand the Northwest Corridor with as many as four new lanes in each direction. An environmental and engineering assessment of the estimated $2.1 billion project is under way. Private companies have also put in a bid to construct a new section of GW 400 from Highway 20 to I-85 through a public-private partnership. And in June 2006, Northwest TOT, a group that includes Goldman Sachs., McGuireWoods LLP, and the Atlanta engineering firm Post, Buckley, Schuh & Jernigan Inc. made an unsolicited proposal to the Georgia Department of Transportation to add truck-only toll lanes to I-285, which ties into the Northwest Corridor project. Four other companies have submitted proposals for such a project, and the state is evaluating each. On December 14, Goldman Sachs withdrew its offer. The firm will instead vie to advise the state on this decision and its future public-private partnership offers.


'suppose there are lots of people making $ from these projects.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 08:56 AM
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Alright. I just want to through some conjecture into the mix in the hopes that Reinhardt will get to see it.

The bankers are doing their world wide monetary collapse thing right? And we already get so many tainted goods from China. While I can't see any reason for China to suspend trade (dead dollars maybe) with the US if they did we would suffer for it but I feel we have been fairly conditioned to see such a calamity as a good thing (till we notice our bare shelves). The corporations seem to be fleeing towards China, mexico , or anywhere far far away from US currency.

If the corporate world moves to china to plant new economic roots would they out source to Africa for cheap labor? It seems to me that they might work for even cheaper wages than illegal Chinese immigrants . Power Mongers could even shift the war profits they earned out of African wars to the US as we devolve into war....But the only way I can see that working is if China stops trading with us.

Well thats all for my conjecture. For now....



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:11 AM
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A canal from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean directly to Europe.claimtheplanet.com...

Holy Crap.

This makes sense....with Obama being the chosen one by the Elite at this very moment! en.wikipedia.org...:Saudi_Arabia_map.png



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:20 AM
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Originally posted by whiteraven
A canal from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean directly to Europe.claimtheplanet.com...

Holy Crap.

This makes sense....with Obama being the chosen one by the Elite at this very moment! en.wikipedia.org...:Saudi_Arabia_map.png


the suez canal already opens the red sea up to europe but they have to go via somalia to get to it at the moment. i was thinking more along the lines of the via persian gulf.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:29 AM
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Where abouts in the gulf? From what point to what point?

The upsurge in Piracy seems to be a good diversion in order to declare some form of war in order to contain and control the area in and near the Red Sea.

Maybe the Suez needs to be upgraded.

I may need to be educated in this area so feel free. Thanks.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:31 AM
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EC has a quip.
“Laundering” Is Often Referred To As..
Fund raising success

Would he be referring to this list?
donors

Or maybe page 13 of this 990
legatus 990



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:36 AM
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NO way Justyc. Those Oil barons can't risk it... This one super tanker is one too many for them. Until those pirates die out I doubt they will continue to use the canal.

Better to lose money going around africa than to lose the tanker in the canal.

HOWEVER another option is there too.

IF western interests take control of syria then shiping over land directly to the Mediterranean sea becomes a viable and more cost effect method of shipment.

If the hat trick of Iran can be pulled off then china could also ship goods more freely through the spice routes thus further empowering China.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:38 AM
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look at the stretch of water on the right on your map ... that's the persian gulf.
then check the countries it would have to pass through, then look at the countries the shipping route presently has to pass through - see the potential of a new canal and who would benefit from it?



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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True enough but the Suez canal was an engineering marvel...and expensive too.

Sure going the other way would benefit Iraq , Mobil, Exxon, etc etc... But I don't think its possible to build a canal on the other side... Not unless you dig the trench with nukes??!?


Why not just move the operation to the other side? The only people that lose is the Syrians. Big oil saves money by shortening the length of the super tankers trip. And the sudias wont have to deal with the jews, We can ship the Iraq oil ourselves without giving Israel a cut.

It just seem more logical and cost effective to goto war and take over Syria than to build an even bigger canal than the worlds largest canal.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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That is a very, very large canal if I am reading this corectly.claimtheplanet.com...

Iraq, Syria, Israel.

I wonder if this is possible.

Thanks
WR
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Look at this link....www.encyclopedia.com...

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posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:48 AM
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Originally posted by titorite
NO way Justyc. Those Oil barons can't risk it... This one super tanker is one too many for them. Until those pirates die out I doubt they will continue to use the canal.

Better to lose money going around africa than to lose the tanker in the canal.

HOWEVER another option is there too.

IF western interests take control of syria then shiping over land directly to the Mediterranean sea becomes a viable and more cost effect method of shipment.



why even bother with syria when you can go straight through turkey? that way you get can get russia included in the deal.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:53 AM
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Originally posted by titorite
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True enough but the Suez canal was an engineering marvel...and expensive too.




ahhh - but that's the beauty of enterprise corruption isn't it? the canal gets built AND payed for by the suckers who are no wiser, whilst he ones that dreamt up the plan reap all the benefits.

also, it wouldn't just be oil being transported - other goods need to be moved from asia also.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:53 AM
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www.bloomberg.com...


Oil Supertankers May Avoid Suez on Somalia Piracy


and then read this....www.encyclopedia.com...


EGYPT: SUEZ CANAL'S REVENUES HIT NEW RECORD HIGH



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:56 AM
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Originally posted by justyc


why even bother with syria when you can go straight through turkey? that way you get can get russia included in the deal.



Our relations with turkey are not bad but not perfect. And after the Georgian conflict it should be self evident that Russia does not want to play ball with the US. Also either choice would represent a loss of profit because either country would want a cut.

Instead the big bullys can beat up the little guy for next to nothing, steal the land, ship through Syria and because you did not have to travel through any neutral or unfriendly nations you did not have to give anyone a cut. No tariffs, no F U taxes, no nonsense, just power brokers saving money.

Oh yes that is another issue with Turkey... If you use Syria the trip will be shorter you save on gas.



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 09:56 AM
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``If they stop shipping through the Suez, going round Africa instead, that's going to reduce supply,'' said Glenn Lodden, an analyst at DnB NOR Markets in Oslo. ``There's a clear incentive for owners to go around Africa.''
link in above post...


This is fleshing out well!



posted on Nov, 20 2008 @ 10:08 AM
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worlds largest canal
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Cool concept. We just finished building the worlds largest dam!!


www.cnn.com...



China begins building world's largest dam



And now....


The Three Gorges Dam (simplified Chinese: 长江三峡大坝; traditional Chinese: 長江三峽大壩; pinyin: Chángjiāng Sānxiá Dà Bà) is a hydroelectric river dam that spans the Yangtze River in Sandouping, Yichang, Hubei, China. It is the largest hydro-electric power station in the world. Except the ship lift, all the original plan of the project was completed on Oct. 30, 2008, when the 26th generator was brought to commerical operation.[1] Six additional generators in the underground power plant are being installed, with the dam thus not expected to become fully operational until about 2012. The total electric generating capacity of the dam will reach 22,500 MW.[2]
en.wikipedia.org...



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