Flight MH370 “Overlooked Clues”

Saturday, April 19, 2014

By Gregory Clark

Tokyo ? (PanOrient News) While the global media have been searching for clues to explain the March 8 disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 they may have overlooked by far the mostly likely possibility - a deliberate decision by the pilot to make his plane disappear.

A week after the plane's disappearance several Malaysian commentators began to suggest the pilot, Zaharie Ahmad Shah, could have been under enough emotional strain to make such a decision. He was ...

Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima bombings Turn into Covert Currency War

Sunday, August 11, 2013

By Anthony Rowley

Tokyo- (PanOrient News)

When the Bank of Japan launched its monetary bombshell on April 4, taking the rest of world by surprise and financial markets by storm, some termed it Japan's "second Pearl Harbor" after the surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy on the US naval base in Hawaii in 1941.

Now they are wondering whether the follow-up action not long afterwards by the US Federal Reserve in hinting at an end to quantitative monetary easing (Q...

Euro's Sudden Fall from Grace Served the US National Interest

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Noda Provided Crucial Help to Obama's TPP Coup

Tokyo- (PanOrient News)

By Anthony Rowley

What a comeback! Earlier this a year, America appeared to be in real trouble, the dollar was seen to be on the skids as Congress tore itself apart over the budget deficit while US power projection in Asia and elsewhere looked to be crumbling along with the greenback. China was seen as the coming power whose time had come.

Then, things changed. Almost overnight, the euro went f...

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