Posted by: Sk | February 8, 2009

Chapter 2: Gold mines and zircon

I’ve found it. In order not to leave traces in the hard disk, I will use my Corsair flash, whose use was allowed to me, without thinking probably, I put it under my pillow when sleeping and attach it to my trousers through some little rope in order not to loose it – or, for it not to be taken away. Thus, my texts are not going to leave any kind of trace on the hard disk and hardly any on the active memory.

Well, the list before was not exhaustive, I omitted the second page, in order not to get too depressed at once. The second one included “murder and/or attempt of murder, rape (!), suicide tending sect forming, potential terrorist activity” and some others, I will try to forget the quickest possible.

I won’t be able to deal with everything at once. Now, the second point was the illegal gold traffic. Ah, and the one I could not read, I asked a guard, meant, in badly written English, ‘that I had appropriated myself of pictures and logo of value 600.000 USD’ without anyone’s permission.

Gold traffic. Well, that was another accident – I mean I was really making a webpage for a jewelry factory, and prices seemed quite convenient. I even started some investigations on the subject in order to evaluate possible benefit. Of course, I just discovered there was quite a lot of shit all over, and wrote thousands and thousands of comments on it – with subjective appreciations of course. Perhaps that’s forbidden, too – kind some accusation of influencing market trends through deliberate distortion of financial data. That’s not true, data are freshly taken from internet and – if you take all data together and you conclude that there is an aggression against the diamond market, well, that’s proved by data itself.

It’s true that I made some propositions to some people, whether they were interested in cheap gold rings, but that was not forbidden there. And in other countries it may not be forbidden to sell in shops what you acquire abroad through a private. In Pakistan, for example. Although I’m not sure, but it is highly possible. As a private, I’m not in need of an export license – I’m just a commissioner, buying something for someone else. At the end, I didn’t sell anything, but that was because the general legal situation was not very clear, and I preferred not to get involved.

It’s a strategy. The best way of fishing information is to do as if already you were doing something. And you discover that perhaps it is very possible that very hypocritically and without saying anything, the US government is studying some crime consisting in the illegal import of gold by some people of the whereabouts. Who may be mine. Thus, better take distances. You know too much on jewelry, Mr director of the American Institute, that’s suspicious.

I wouldn’t say you can involve someone in illegal activity just because he’s written some e-mails that are parts of a strategy.

Ah. And Sask said by passing by, that a sexual obsession did not only imply porno films, but also erotic fantasies. I didn’t say anything, just wondered where this peculiar comment came from. Erotic fantasies … what an idea.

For the time being, I’ll leave my deep investigations on gold and zircon prices all around here – such a thing, erotic fantasies … It’s colder, isn’t it, zircon and diamonds. Refreshing, almost.

Texts left in the computer



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