To: From The Wilderness
Subject: FTW SUBSCRIBER BULLETIN 01-04
MOSCOW UPDATE: OIL,
ECONOMIC CRISIS AND WAR, FTW TO ATTEND CRITICAL CONFERENCE
FRANCISCO MIERES-LOPEZ TO DISCUSS OPEC PRICE SWITCH TO EURO
AT CONFERENCE ON POSSIBLE U.S./WORLD ECONOMIC COLLAPSE
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CONGRESS, "Globalization Process
and Hidden Menace of the Crisis of the World Reserve Currencies"
include The Russian Federal Foundation of Appraising, Russian
Institute of Crisis Studies, The Russian Institute of Contemporary
Economics and the Venezuelan Embassy, Russia.
Hotel and Resort - Moscow, Russia
Leading economic and financial experts from around the world
see a strong possibility of a possible U.S. economic collapse
with resulting political instability, tension and conflict.
This is a "pre-crisis" meeting to discuss options
for a financial and economic crisis, increasingly viewed
Registration and Translation fee: EUR$ 271 + VAT 20%
- Telephone 7-095-229-1550.
Feb 19, 2001 - Both the Commercial AttachпїЅ
at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow and the Russian news agency
Tass have verified the "bona fides" of an increasingly
significant conference to be held in Moscow arising from
a dramatic weakening of the U.S. economy and international
concern about a potential world-wide economic collapse.
As a scandal over the toxicity of depleted uranium munitions
fired by the U.S. in Kosovo continues to strain NATO and
as European nations including Russia, France and Germany
race to strengthen economic and military ties, a worsening
US economic picture is causing financial leaders around
the world to look for both cushions and opportunity. Conference
organizer Igor Tolstoshein has advised FTW that current
registration for the conference has topped 200 representatives
from more than 15 countries and many major corporations.
FTW Publisher/Editor Michael Ruppert has been
invited and will be attending the two-day conference at
the Bor Hotel, an exclusive forest retreat approximately
30 km south of Moscow. FTW will be prepared to contribute
to the conference with our analysis of Plan Colombia and
its agenda of maintaining a flow of drug dollars through
the US economy and Wall Street.
Among the speakers at the first day of the
conference will be Venezuelan Ambassador to Moscow Francisco
Mieres-Lopes who will discuss the feasibility of a switch
in oil pricing from the dollar to the euro and the imminent
armed conflict arising from the US's "Plan Colombia."
Some of the additional topics on the agenda include: "Unmotivated
armed conflicts as the regulator of the financial and stock
market fluctuations;" "Optimal Strategy in the
crisis for the financial structures of Russia and other
emerging market economies;" "China's 'golden Yuan';"
and, "The difference between the 'sell-short game'
and hidden panic."
The near implosion of the NASDAQ the day before
the latest bombing of Iraq - which sparked a sudden recovery
in the US Stock market - as well as worldwide financial
volatility underscores the timeliness of this event. The
International Finance Congress is attracting increasing
attention from both world governments and international
media. As of Feb. 20 attendance was still open and conference
organizers indicated that they were still accepting registrations
from qualified attendees.
FTW will get there early and leave late to
make sure that we have learned all that we can form this
major event. As of this writing "From The Wilderness"
subscribers have contributed more than $2,000 of the $3,000
necessary to get us to and through this event and we have
financially committed to go. Our emerging map of organized
criminal behavior in a "search-and-destroy" world
economy is apparently shared in some circles and we are
not alone in smelling trouble ahead.
For those wishing to contribute to covering
our expenses please send your donations to:
FTW - Moscow Conference
P.O. Box 6061-350
Sherman Oaks, CA 91413
Michael C. Ruppert Publisher/Editor "From
The Wilderness" www.copvcia.com