From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 1:53 AM PT
To: Tefo
Cc: rest; George G - FREEDOM ROAD SOCIALIST ORGANIZATION; Mary Valder - Trilateral Commission; United States Justice Department; Edward Jay Epstein - Author of The Diamond Invention; Nicholas Oppenheimer - DeBeers-Anglo American Cartel [DAAC]; Roger W. Robinson;; Deborah "Aggressive" Sturman Esq.;
Subject: ...1967...---... You Might Never Ever Guess... Amazing




Of all the rather important facts in this Bloomberg story is the year 1967:


Freeport Protesters Leave World's Biggest Gold Mine (Update3)


Feb. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold Inc.'s Grasberg mine in Indonesia, the world's largest for gold and second-biggest for copper, resumed operations today after protesters ended a three-day blockade.


Villagers, who are demanding to be allowed to sift through ore in the company's waste piles, ended their blockade of an access road and operations resumed by 6 p.m., Freeport spokesman Siddharta Moersjid said in a telephone interview.

``Workers have returned and started the evening shift,'' Moersjid said. ``The blockade was opened voluntarily, and the protesters have given their demands to Freeport and the local administration. We will continue discussing their demands.''


Protesters, carrying bows and arrows, blocked access roads and halted gold and copper production since Feb. 22. A prolonged disruption at the mine, which produces about 4 percent of the world's copper, may have boosted prices. Production losses at the mine in 2003 because of two landslides resulted in global output lagging demand that year.


Freeport had rejected villagers' demands, saying sifting through the waste is dangerous as it contains toxic materials.

The Grasberg mine produced 766,100 metric tons of copper in 2005.


Shares of Freeport dropped $11.44, or 18 percent, since Feb. 1 to close yesterday at $52.87 in New York Stock Exchange composite trading.


`Far From Over'


Human right activists warned the dispute may continue and Freeport should continue holding negotiations with the Papuans.


``The blockade may be ended today, but there are a lot of things that need to be negotiated,'' Aloysius Renwarin, head of the Institute for Human Rights Study and Advocacy based in Papua, said in a phone interview from Papua. ``It's far from over.''


The protesters are still demanding to meet Freeport Chairman James Moffet, Renwarin said.


The government may lose $2.7 million a day in tax and royalty payments if production remains suspended, Simon Sembiring, director general of minerals at the energy ministry, said in an interview today. Last year, Freeport gave Indonesia about $1 billion in tax and royalty payments, he said.


Freeport signed a contract to mine in the area in 1967. It took six years and $200 million to get the mine up and running. Freeport had to cut, blast, and bulldoze a track that begins in mangrove and ends 80 miles to the north. The contract was renewed in 1992, giving Freeport the right to run the mine for 30 years.


All those benefiting from the “funny games” of Wall Street aided and abetted by the likes of the Wall Street Journal on the right, the New York Times on the left, banker David Rockefeller and his protégé, Roger W. Robinson[1], using the likes of the FREEDOM ROAD SOCIALIST ORGANIZATION to play both sides like a fiddle never to forget how on the mark the FRSO were to “nail” liberal Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy and his family’s pimp Charles Engelhard in their 1986 commemorative piece paying tribute to the likes of your courageous mother, owe it at least to themselves to read the so fascinating Internet only THE DIAMOND INVENTION.


The DeBeers-Anglo American Cartel and their prostitutes preferring teenagers, the most dangerous to the “status quo” who rely on the business of war, do not succeed in getting their “arms around” the SIGNIFICANT GAPS in blockbuster Hollywood author Edward Jay Epstein’s book, yet to find a space on a single bookshelf, THE DIAMOND INVENTION’s prologue – Courtship Hollywood – Style wasting no time in “cutting to the chase”:


In Japan, the matrimonial custom had survived feudal revolutions, world wars, industrialization and even the American occupation. Up until the mid-196os, Japanese parents arranged proper marriages for their children through trusted 'intermediaries. The ceremony was then consummated, according to Shinto law, by the bride and groom both drinking rice wine from the same wooden bowl. This simple arrangement had persisted for more than a millennium. There was no tradition for romance, courtship, seduction and prenuptial love in Japan; and no tradition that required the gift of a diamond engagement ring.


Then, in 1967, halfway around the world, a South African diamond company decided to change the Japanese courtship ritual. It retained J. Walter Thompson, the largest advertising agency in the world, to embark on a campaign to popularize diamond engagement rings in Japan. It was not an easy task. Even the quartering of millions of American soldiers in Japan for a decade had not resulted in any substantial Japanese interest in giving diamonds as a token of love.


All being well, I will this coming week when up in Los Angeles respond to a lady who in seeing fit to send me a rather large sized email promoting real estate agents that caused my computer to crash, possibly thinking that to mitigate this inconvenience I would appreciate Rick Cardenas’ telephone number 1.858.751.1800 and email address.


Not only the 108 individuals who all most likely received the “Let me know when you are online” email I sent out this past Friday morning Pacific Standard Time, the response rate 6.5% at this time still extraordinarily low, but the very low number of individuals-groups totaling 2400 on my one of a kind email list that is a statistically valid sampling of the world’s literate population, WILL all be counted on if their own way even if I don’t get around to sending out a single other email such as the one I anticipate helping bring the lady who sent me the computer crashing email as well as Mr. Cardenas as well as each and every real estate agent on the planet in to a “real-tycheck” [sic] to spread the truth of how extraordinarily easy it is for each one of us to now work out on our own before it is too late the EXTRAORDINARY SIGNIFICANCE of the American CE engineering that most extraordinary meeting between his Anglo partner Harry Oppenheimer and the next President of the United States at the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan just before John F. Kennedy also took on the title Commander In Chief of all United States Forces.


Such a meeting sending as clear a message today as it did some 46 years ago not only to the United Secret Service tasked with protecting both the currency and the President, all members of the United States Congress as well as the Justice Department tasked with executing our sacrosanct Anti-Trust laws but so very important our British allies who provided the DAAC with their “kick start” following the end of the Anglo-Farmer-Boer War of 1899-1902 and who continue to this very moment to grant the DAAC sanctuary just as they did during World War II as this mafia of mafia family, terrorist of terrorist financing organization thwarted the efforts of the United States to stockpile the critically important industrial diamonds and at the same time didn’t “see fit” to use their operatives to shut down Hitler getting his hands on all the industrial diamonds he needed that besides forfashioning weapons of war” provided the “Little Corporal” with the vitally important credit facilities to go from being a “Little Corporal” to thug before taking on the title, “Stooge of Stooges”.


Time to sleep, to dream, to wake up and find a world understanding the madness of placing extraordinary pressure on our young who thanks to the Digital Age, a G-D-Send are increasingly less defenseless, understanding perfectly well the land and rich minerals beneath it belong to them.







The great masses will more likely fall victim to a big lie than a small lieAdolf Hitler.


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From: John K. Pollard Jr.
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2006 1:18 PM
To: gary s gevisser
Subject: Fw: You Might Never Ever Guess... Amazing



You Might Not Ever Guess

Captain  Kangaroo passed away on January 23, 2004 as age 76 , which is odd, because he always looked  to be 76. (DOB: 6/27/27.) His death reminded me of the following  story.

Some people have been a bit  offended that the actor, Lee Marvin, is buried in a grave alongside 3 and  4 star generals at Arlington National Cemetery. His marker gives his  name, rank (PVT) and service  (USMC). Nothing else. Here's  a guy who was only a famous movie star who served his time, why the heck  does he rate burial with these guys? Well, following is the amazing answer:

I always liked Lee Marvin, but didn't know the extent of  his Corps experiences.

In a time  when many Hollywood stars served their country in the armed forces often in rear echelon posts where they were carefully protected, only to  be trotted out to perform for the cameras in war bond promotions,

Lee Marvin was a genuine hero.  He won the Navy Cross at Iwo  Jima. There is only one higher Naval award...  the Medal Of  Honor.

If that is a surprising comment on  the true character of the man, he credits his sergeant with an even  greater show of bravery.

Dialog from "The  Tonight Show with Johnny Carson": His guest was Lee Marvin.  Johnny said, "Lee, I'll bet a lot of people are  unaware that you were a Marine in the initial landing at Iwo  Jima...and that during the course of that  action you earned the Navy Cross and were severely wounded."

"Yeah, yeah... I got shot  square in the bottom and they gave me the Cross for securing a hot spot  about halfway up Suribachi. Bad thing about getting shot up on a mountain is guys getting' shot hauling you down. But,Johnny, at Iwo  I served under the bravest man I ever knew... We both got  the cross the same day, but what he did for his Cross made mine look cheap in comparison. That dumb guy actually stood up on Red beach and directed his troops to move forward and get off the beach.  Bullets flying by, with mortar rounds landing everywhere and he stood  there as the main target of gunfire so that he could get his men to safety. He did this on more than one occasion because his men's safety  was more important than his own life.

That Sergeant and I have been  lifelong friends. When they brought me off Suribachi we passed the Sergeant and he lit a smoke and passed it to me, lying on my belly on the litter and said, where'd they get you Lee?' Well Bob... if you make it  home be fore me, tell Mom to sell the  outhouse!"

Johnny, I'm not lying,  Sergeant Keeshan was the bravest man I ever knew.

The Sergeant's name is  Bob Keeshan. You and the world know him as Captain Kangaroo."

On another  note, there was this wimpy little man (who just passed away) on PBS,  gentle and quiet. Mr. Rogers is another of those you would least suspect  of being anything but what he now portrays to our youth. But Mr. Rogers was a U.S. Navy Seal, combat-proven in Vietnam with over twenty-five confirmed  kills to his name.  He wore a long-sleeved sweater on TV, to cover the many tattoos on his forearm and biceps.  He was a  master in small arms and hand-to-hand combat, able to disarm or kill in a  heartbeat.

After the war Mr. Rogers  became an ordained Presbyterian minister and therefore a pacifist. Vowing  to never harm another human and also dedicating the rest of his life to trying to help lead children on the right path in life. He hid away the tattoos and his past life and won our hearts with his quiet wit and  charm.

America's real heroes don't flaunt what they did; they quietly go about their day-to-day lives, doing what they do best.  They earned our respect and the freedoms that we all  enjoy.

Look around and see if you can  find one of those heroes in your midst.

Often, they are the ones you'd  least suspect, but would most like to have on your side if anything ever  happened.

Take the time to thank anyone  that has fought for our freedom. With encouragement they could be the  next Captain Kangaroo or Mr.Rogers


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