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SERIALS TITLES PUBLISHED IN NOVEMBER 2008

INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY REVIEW, SOVIET ANALYST, ARAB-ASIAN AFFAIRS, LATIN AMERICAN TIMES: SUMMARIES OF CONTENTS AND ISSUE FULFILMENT DETAILS

Sunday 30 November 2008 12:35

The following issues of our intelligence services were published in November 2008:

(1) International Currency Review: Volume 34, Number 1:

Background, The Editor's involvement, Diary report, Extensive financial corruption crisis reports as the Settlements dimension moved towards resolution: The implications for America and the whole world of the cowardly US failure to confront the organised criminals controlling Washington.

(2) Soviet Analyst: Volume 30, Number 10:

CRIMINALIST 'BLOWBACK' AGAINST THE U.S. FOLLOWS RAPE OF THE USSR:
A notorious example of how the 'Black' geomasonic, Luciferian manipulators foment and exploit false, manufactured divisions and tensions for their own mad global hegemony ends:

Plus:

The old 'Cold War': The stealing of the atomic bomb secrets of the 1940s revisited.

Grigori Yefimovitch Rasputin:
By the man who assassinated him: Prince Felix Yousoupoff: Continued.

Russia's military facilities in Cuba: Covert Soviets 'reactivate' the Cuba card.

Georgians hand US arms to Russians • Russian oil and gas for Latin America • Joint exercises. From the Archives: The Soviet Government Purchasing Commission • The most odious of Clinton's Russian buddies recalled • British police in Bulgaria on the umbrella murder • The idolatry of Putin • Putinporn gathers momentum • The Times' feeble apology following misleading obituary of Charles Janson, who sold Soviet Analyst to us in 1991 when 'there was no point in publishing a title called Soviet Analyst any more', and the British Foreign Office withdrew its support for this title.

(3) Arab-Asian Affairs: Volume 32, Number 4:
ONI OPERATIVE VREELAND WAS CORRECT (in respect of his knowledge that George Bush Sr. is the most dangerous revolutionary operative on earth today and is specifically responsible for a large proportion of the world's problems, as Vreeland explained to the Editor in May 2003. However Vreeland is also extremely dangerous when 'off his meds', as he is an abused MK-Ultra-type split personality capable of being 'triggered' to perform certain functions by his handlers. When last heard of, he remained in solitary confinement in Denver, with no access to communications.

FACTS: A Pentagon-linked agent informed the Editor in March 2005 of this fact, adding that 'he's in solitary for a very long time, his case is sealed, and he is no danger to you'. This was a reference to the fact that Lt. Mark Delmart Vreeland reversed himself and threatened the Editor with death while he was riding on the train down from Niagara Falls to New York City in May 2003, in the early stages of the Editor's investigations into the fraudulent finance, leading to the showdown. During the Editor's stay in Niagara Falls, Vreeland scammed the Editor's Credit Card to the tune of 1,600. after reading the Credit Card numbers upside down while the Editor was paying the hotel bills.

(4) The Latin American Times: Volume 20, Number 4:
BELIZE: OVERCOMING A BAD LEGACY: A decisive break with the past

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