Sunday, April 22, 2012

Japan Forgives $3.7 Billion of Myanmar's Debt
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Japan forgives $3.7 billion of Myanmar's debt - thank you White Dragons!

Japan said Saturday it will forgive about 300 billion yen ($3.7 billion) of Myanmar's debt and resume development aid as a way to support the country's democratic and economic reforms.

The government made the announcement after a meeting between Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda and Myanmar President Thein Sein following a summit with leaders from the five nations of the Mekong River region.

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  1. Pretty interesting that reuters is breaking this story. They have been owned by the Rothschilds for a very long time, and have been usually at the center of their propaganda. American Kabuki, there is something very interesting going on in the Netherlands right now. The government is on the verge of bankruptcy and their PM is holding a vote on whether they should do massive austerity( what the bankers want), or go in the way of what Iceland did, and forgive debts. If this happens this will be a huge step in the right direction, and we can be seeing a chain reaction started from the courageous actions of Iceland's government.

  2. ABtried the link at 510pm cst and it appears to be dead now... looks like it has been "dissapeared"

    thanks for your work in bringing us news, i watch your site daily...

    thanks robert in louisiana

    1. I just tested it. Your local provider could be blocking the web site. Or the web site is just overloaded. Try it later.

      I tried to listen to a video the other day at the health club and their WAN refused to the website. Its amazing how much stuff these "net monitor" software packages censor.

    2. actually now that you said that interesting coincidence. this has been occuring somewhat frequently. also on a aside my debit card has been showing refused on in town local transactions like walmart when there are several hundred dollars in the account.
      perhaps there is something afoot ans the good detective would say..

      thanks for your time.

      robert in louisiana

    3. some wierd stuff AK its still bad links on my end here is the copy i get. cannot be found!

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      An external source has linked you here. Unfortunately we cannot control who links to us but you may wish to inform about their bad link.

      You can use our search box below to find the information you are looking for.

  3. I can only hope this good will continues around the globe. I hope Netherlands is next. That'd be great :)


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