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Precious Metals Cut Weekly Gains as Bernankeâ€™s New QE Commitment Questioned | Resource Intelligence
Doubting Bernanke's assurances, however, "You have to be a brave man or woman to hold gold into a Fed tightening cycle and a Dollar rally," writes The Daily Telegraph's international business editor Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.
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As Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, international business editor of the Daily Telegraph, concludes, the question isn't whether Greece can be forced into an ever deeper depression to abide by the deal its predecessors signed.
JOHN DOE #2 - WHO IS HE?
These theories reached a kind of apex in the work of a British journalist named Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, whose 1997 book, "The Secret Life of Bill Clinton," postulated that the former president covered up the government's complicity in the bombing as part of a larger career of perfidy that included drug-running and murder.
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard's stunning investigative reports on Oklahoma terror
Editor's note: The FBI's
shocking 11th-hour admission that it withheld voluminous evidence from the McVeigh defense team and the world has forced to the surface long-suppressed evidence on the Oklahoma City bombing
Arguably the best investigative journalist to have researched the subject is Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
of the London Telegraph.
© 2001 Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
landmark book, "The Secret Life of Bill Clinton" is available from WorldNetDaily's
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard has built a stellar career as a journalist, covering Central America for The Economist and The Daily Telegraph, and reporting from the United States for both The Spectator and The Sunday Telegraph, for which he was Washington bureau chief.
Cambridge-educated and internationally renowned, Evans-Pritchard has recently returned to England, where he serves as The Daily Telegraph's roving European correspondent.
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The Telegraph, London
The Telegraph's international ...
The Telegraph's international business editor, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, says the Scholes "fear that we are repeating the mistakes of past civilizations, overexploiting the land until it goes beyond the point of no return and leads to a vicious circle of famine, and then social disintegration."
"Cautionary stories abound," he