The Axis of Max

My global propaganda campaign is working. To defeat the dollar, CB’s around the world (except the US and UK) are buying Gold. The Axis of Max are the nations banding together to defeat US hegemony and the baloney that comes with it.

7 comments on “The Axis of Max
  1. Jayme says:

    Good for Turkey.

    What other option has been left for Iran?

    Imagine the tyranny that a single world currency would impose. Having to run one’s transactions through a central banking system (like SWIFT) is exactly equivalent to an RFID chip in the forehead that is used to leverage an entire nation and it’s people. Central banks are unnecessary parasites.

  2. Jayme says:

    “According to country’s mines ministry, Iran’s gold reserves will climb to 320 tons soon and country should be extracting some 5 tons of gold per year within the fifth development plan.”

    Iran’s Gold production only averages 2.5 tons a year
    http://www.bullionstreet.com/news/irans-gold-production-only-averages-25-tons-a-year/3191

  3. swell says:

    reporter in story

  4. Marc Authier says:

    When silver ?

  5. Du German Tungsten opp’s I mean Gold is all audited by the NY FED and certified as “Good Delivery” status – and any Central Bank can take those bars to their vaults! … Brother Ben and Cousin Timmys’ word is as good as Tungsten opp’s I mean Gold!.

  6. ricin3000 says:

    The Maxis of eagles

  7. Al Kyder says:

    Interesting comments maxkeiser. I have not reported this and it is very hush hush, but I’ll do it here instead. Forgive me for this long post but this is explosive news and very very important. Critical to this article in fact.

    Iran Building Gas Pipeline to Syria

    Azerbaijan, Baku, Nov.17/ Trend F.Milad/

    The construction of Iran-Iraq-Syria gas pipeline started on Saturday, the IRIB News Agency reported.

    The 225-kilometers long pipeline is projected to be completed by June 2013.

    Tehran, Baghdad and Damascus signed the contract to build a new pipeline to transfer Iranian gas to Iraq, Syria and Europe in Asalouyeh port, south of Iran, in July, Mehr news agency reported.

    The primary agreement on the strategic project was reached in May in Baghdad.

    Under the new deal, a gas pipeline will be constructed to transfer Iran’s gas to Iraq and Syrian territories feeding their power plants. It will extend through southern Lebanon to the Mediterranean Sea and Europe.

    According to the project, Iran’s natural gas resources will be transported to Iraq and Syria via a 5,600km-long pipeline which will have the capacity of transferring 110 million cubic meters of gas per day (110 MMcm/d).

    The construction of the largest gas transfer project in the Middle East is estimated to cost $5-6 billion; some European financers expressed their willingness to finance this huge project.

    Previously, Iranian and Syrian oil ministers said their countries planned to build a gas pipeline with the cooperation of Iraq in January to widen export options for regional energy players.

    “A trilateral agreement between the three countries on the transit of gas has been reached. The first official contract is ready to be signed soon,” Javad Owji, head of the National Iranian Gas Co. (NIGC), said in May.

    “We plan to transit gas from the South Pars field through Iraq, Syrian and then Lebanon to the Mediterranean area and Europe,” Owji added.

    Owji said up to $6 billion was needed to build the 56-inch pipeline and it would have the capacity to transfer 110 million cubic meters of gas per day.

    Early in July, Iraq’s Ambassador to Tehran, Mohammad Majeed al-Sheikh said Tehran and Baghdad are set to discuss transferring Iran’s natural gas to Europe via Iraq and Syria.

    The 1,500-kilometer project was first announced in July 2011 as Syrian rebels began stepping up the fight to topple Assad.

    Fars said the entire project is to be completed in the second half of 2013.Economist Saeed Leilaz, however, described it as more showmanship than a serious plan at this stage.”Given the ongoing civil war in Syria, such a project can’t be implemented now. Lack of security and political instability in Iraq and Syria doesn’t allow this project to be enforced at least at this point,” Leilaz said. “This is a symbolic gesture by Iran to show that it can bypass Western sanctions.”

    Iran already supplies gas to several other countries,including Armenia and Turkey, and has plans to build a pipeline to Pakistan. Iran has the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves after Russia.

    Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline to be Completed by 2014: Ahmadinejad

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Thursday said that Pakistan-Iran gas pipeline project would be completed by 2014.

    Addressing a news conference in Islamabad, he said work is speedily in progress for laying of gas pipelines in Iran. The Iranian president said his country is cooperating with Pakistan in the energy sector.

    Iran would provide one thousand megawatt electricity to Pakistan, he added. Ahmadinejad, who is here in Islamabad to attend the D8 Summit, said Pakistan and Iran enjoy cordial relations. He said D8 summit in Islamabad was a success and it will help promote trade and economic ties between the member states. The Iranian leader said there are threats to his country but they know how to defend it.

    Earlier, while addressing the D8 summit, he said world needs a new order on the basis of the fundamental principles of justice and humanity. “Over the past decades we have been witnessing the emergence of a more complicated form of colonialism and hegemony which has been tightening its grip on the world resources, imposing its toll on all of us one way or another,” he said. Ahmadinejad said prejudices and conflicts among nations are instigated in the name of religion, such as the situation affecting large parts of Asia and Africa. He said that discrimination in the international relations by using the UN Security Council and the prevailing economic mechanisms has caused a widening gap between the rich and the poor and widespread poverty in many countries. The Iranian leader said that independent nations are threatened and coerced through organised campaigns intended to hinder their progress. “They have been occupying Palestine for decades under false pretexts. The main owners of Palestinian land have either been expelled out of their homeland living as refugees in other countries, or are put in jail and the target of constant barbaric attacks of the uncivilized Zionists. Today, the oppressed people of Gaza have become the victims of these expansionist policies,” he said. Ahmadinejad further said, “Our countries and our nations because of their historical past, rich cultures and unique resources can and must play a prominent role in defining and building the future world order.”

    He said that justice, love and freedom constitute the foundations of the new order, and recognized as a right for all human beings. He said human beings are entitled to enjoy sustainable peace, security, welfare and progress as their inalienable rights. “We all seek to put an end to hegemony, unilateralism, occupation, arms race and violation of countries sovereignties,” said the president. “In addition to cultural bonds and principles, our nations and countries are endowed with great economic, political and geographical potentials,” he noted.

    “We can and we must cooperate to exploit appropriately these resources and potentials towards the prosperity of our nations and for reforming the present world order,” he added. He called for formation of a permanent economic working group with the presence of senior experts of member countries for a fair development of economic relationship.

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