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Varela Asks For A Delay On Changes to Mining Laws

Gold & MiningPanama's Vice president and Foreign Minister, Juan Carlos Varela, called on President Ricardo Martinelli for a moratorium so they can achieve agreement on any new law pr project before making a decision to implement changes to the Mining Code. Varela, who did not sign project #277 launched last 13 January by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Roberto Henriquez, believes first the government should wait until the current contracts are settled, a process that could take two years. What's more, he also called for consensus on a draft agreement for the development of mining for the benefit of communities. Varela's statements came during a ceremony for the delivery of certificates of title for land to 244 families in the area of "Brunklincito" in the Loceria. (Panama America)

Editor's Comment: Titles in "Little Brooklyn"? Hey, why not? Apparently future President Juan Carlos Varela has a strong environmentalist streak in him. I think it's a good (great) thing that he wants to modify the changes to the Mining Code to make it a better deal for the communities in the areas where mining will be taking place. There's a lot of money to go around - this copper deal has a multi-billion dollar bottom line for the Republic of Panama, so they can afford to be "generous."

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Are You Guys Getting In On This Petaquilla Stuff?

Gold & MiningBy DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I just peeked at the Petaquilla stock price again. Two days ago it was at $1.15 and right now it's at $1.29 - up another 5.73% just today. I hope you were smart enough to get on back in early November when it finally turned around for good. Anyway, when you're rich and famous don't forget to flip me a nickel...

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  • Check Out Petaquilla (Again, I Know...) - 20 July 2010 (closed at 45 cents per share)

  • Hence: $20,000 invested in PTQMF on 20 July 2010 would be worth $57,332 today - more if you're a trader whose buying on the dips and selling on the highs. I love it when I'm right.

    Copyright 2011 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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    PTQMF, LVLT, HTM, RTK, ECUXF - Price jumps on Wednesday

    Gold & MiningBy Matthew Tindall: Petaquilla Minerals Ltd.(USA) (OTC:PTQMF) surged 1.86%, currently trading at $1.15 and its overall traded volume is 201,710.00 shares while reporting, with the total traded volume of 312,776.00 shares. PTQMF shares were trading within the range of $1.13 - $1.15 while its opening price is $1.15. The stock has a 52-week range of $0.29-$1.22. PTQMF's market capitalization is $144.30M and it has 125.48M outstanding shares. Petaquilla Minerals Ltd. (Petaquilla) is engaged in the mining and mineral exploration of gold-bearing mineral properties in Panama. The Company has 12 subsidiaries and one joint venture interest, including Adrian Resources (BVI) Ltd., Petaquilla Minerals, S.A, Petaquilla Gold, S.A., Instituto Petaquilla, S.A., Brigadas Verdes, S.A., Compania Minera Belencillo, S.A., Petaquilla Infraestructura, S.A., Aqua Azure, S.A., Panamanian Development and Infrastructure Ltd., Petaquilla Infraestructura Ltd., Panama Desarollo de Infraestructuras, S.A., Petaquilla Security, S.A. and Panama Central Electrica, S.A. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, exploration management and sale of mineral properties.The Company’s primary focus is the production of gold from its open pit mine at its Molejon gold project, as well as the exploration of a number of its adjacent mineral concessions in the Republic of Panama. (Source)

    Editor's Comment: As of this posting, PTQMF was at $1.20 or up 4.35% in a day. The world is starting to catch on...

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    Have You Been Watching Petaquilla? Now at $1.15 per share...

    Gold & MiningBy DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I received the following today via email: "PTQMF: Came up on my screen last week, and I got back in. Posted this today - http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_P/threadview?m=tm&bn=59673&tid=2006&mid=2006&tof=1&frt=1 Good luck."

    I Love It When A Plan Comes Together: I've been watching this Petaquilla gold mine slowly come together literally for years. It now seems like they have their act firmly together, that they are regularly and consistently producing and selling gold, and pretty soon the numbers are going to "flip" - meaning they will have made enough from the mine to pay off the debt they incurred in order to build and develop. If you've been waiting on the sidelines for a green light, you might want to toss some of your play money at this stock.

    Copyright 2011 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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    Juan Carlos Navarro Using Mining Issues To Position For 2014

    Gold & MiningAccording to Democratic Revolutionary Party (PRD) leader Juan Carlos Navarro, the Government has allocated 44% of the national territory to mining concessions which have already been granted or are pending, without the approval of the National Environmental Authority (ANAM) nor an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). "If the ANAM can not evaluate an EIA, how can you supervise open pit mines in several areas at once," asked Navarro when speaking to Channel 13 Telemetro news. Navarro said that a serious mining operation has to be audited, with checks and balances that can be analyzed and studied, but stressed that in Panama this has never happened. In that vein, Navarro believes that mining in Panama would represent the death of nature in the country. (Panama America)

    Editor's Comment: The PRD has ruled Panama about 75% of the time over the past 42 years. And, in all of that time mining has never been developed in the country, even though the minerals have been there for millions of years. I believe it is perfectly possible in this day and age to apply the lessons learned in other countries, and to develop mining and to exploit those minerals in a safe and responsible manner that does not pose a risk either to the environment or the people who live in the area. Now the administration of Ricardo Martinelli has the opportunity to develop what could turn out to be one of the largest copper deposits on the planet, and the Koreans are going to come in to work with the Canadians to develop and exploit this mine. The potential upside for Panama and the Panamanian people is tremendous. Meanwhile, it looks like Juan Carlos Navarro is one of the few PRD politicians who will still be standing in May 2014, and he's already starting to position himself for a run for the presidency. He knows that environmental issues are good political issues in Panama - he cut teeth as the director of ANCON.

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    ANAM Urged To Return "Donation" To Pay For EIA Evaluation

    Gold & MiningThe Minister of Trade and Industry, Roberto Henriquez acknowledged that it "looks wrong" for a mining company to donate money to the Panamanian National Environmental Authority to pay for the evaluation of their Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the operation of a mining project in the Donoso district.

    "I do not agree with that and it looks bad, so my recommendation for the ANAM to return the money and to see how the government can provide the funds for the assessment to be made," he told TVN Channel 2. Henriquez acknowledged the donation generates suspicion, "precisely the last thing we want on this issue."

    He said what he wants is for mining issues to be handled with transparency, and as proof of this he personally called on President Ricardo Martinelli to ask that changes being made in the Mining Code should not be discussed in Special Sessions of the National Assembly, and they should wait until January. He also noted that the institutions that regulate the mining industry are being changed to accommodate the growth in the industry in Panama, which is why they recently renovated the laboratory, they are moving the administration section to a new facility in Plaza Edison, they are also hiring more geologists, supervisors and lawyers, in actions that will more than double their staff. (Panama America)

    Editor's Comment: Whoops. Sometimes it can be tempting for business managers to want to try to find ways to "speed up the process" of getting their paperwork through the Panamanian bureaucracy. However for a mining company to donate money to the agency charged with protecting the environment was a bone-headed move. The government of Panama stands to make literally billions of dollars from the successful exploitation of this mine - one would think they could pull their collective heads out of their bureaucratic assess long enough to conduct the evaluation of an Environmental Impact Assessment, right? This is another example of a self inflicted wound, completely unnecessary, and dumb.

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    Alert Over Mining Projects in Indian Lands

    Gold & MiningNational Assembly Deputy Leopoldo Archibold who represents the comarca Ngäbe Buglé and who is a member of the Democratic Change (CD) political party admitted that both the National Assembly and the Executive have an interest to exploit mining projects in the sector. Roxana Méndez, the Minister of Government has stated the same thing as Archibold, that there is an interest in developing mining and hydroelectric projects. For Archibold, the only way the region will overcome poverty is through mining. For the Deputy from the 12-1 circuit 12-1, the reform conducted by the Electoral Tribunal to the Organic Administrative Charter of the Comarca that allows for the organization of elections for delegates is a window to extract minerals.

    Environmentalists Criticized - Archibold said the Indians in the region are being misinformed. "The environmentalists are friends of the coffee industry, and in order to keep the Indians working in this sector they are being told that mining is bad," he said.

    The Potential Of The Region - A report from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry reveals that actually in the region they are reviewing the records of six areas for the extraction of gold, copper, and river gravel. The study adds that the records would be to explore gold deposits.

    Liborio Miranda, a spokesman for the Comarca said that if the government or the Assembly emphasizes the exploitation of mining or hydroelectric projects that would provoke a confrontation.

    Environmentalist Raiza Banfield characterized Archibold's statements as irresponsible and disrespectful, for accusing them of manipulating the Indians in the region. For Banfield, there is a pressure from the Government in trying to control the ways the Ngäbe people decide issues, to make way for these industries of death and to plunder natural resources. She added that now it is very convenient to blame the environmentalists, when this has been an ancient struggle of the indigenous peoples, who see development in a different way.

    The Comarca consists of an area of 6,994 square kilometers with a population of 110,000 inhabitants. There, 75% of the indigenous population of the country is concentrated. 95 out of 100 indigenous people are poor. 44% of the inhabitants of the region can not read. Only 14% reach secondary school, and there is no bilingual education. (El Siglo)

    Editor's Comment: Answer - Direct payments to the people. Everyone wants to help the indigenous people leapfrog out of poverty, right? And, everyone also knows that the mineral resources are sitting under the ignorant asses of the malnourished Indians. So therefore the common sense answer is to provide direct and guaranteed payments and subsidies from the mining or hydroelectric companies, as well as the government, to build schools, roads, clinics, and the like. Most importantly, there should be a complete and total census taken, and those people who live there now should receive direct compensation - checks they can cash - from the money generated by these activities. Finally, environmentalist Raisa Banfield lives in a nice house in the reverted areas - not the jungles of Panama - and therefore she has no right to tell the residents how they should deal with these issues. Archibold hit it on the head - the way out of poverty for these people is through mining.

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    SNC-Lavalin to lead consortium building $4 billion Panama mine

    Gold & Mining Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. leads a three-company consortium that will provide preliminary engineering services and later final engineering and construction management for Inmet Mining Corp. of Canada's $4 billion U.S. Cobre copper mining project in Panama. The contract award covers the openpit mine, crusher and concentrator, processing and tailings management, power supply, marine facilities and a new port. The mine has an estimated life of 30-years. Engineering starts immediately in SNC-Lavalin's Toronto office and mine construction late next year or early 2012. The mine is due in operation in 2016. "This is a great opportunity to work with our joint-venture partners and local stakeholders to build a world-class copper mine and infrastructure," said Feroz Ashraf, SNC-Lavalin executive vice-president. "The award builds on our 20-year relationship with Inmet." (Montreal Gazette)

    Editor's Comment: Did you hear that? $4 billion dollars in Foreign Direct Investment to get this new copper mine started? That's almost as much as the cost of the expansion of the Panama Canal. I've been saying for years - gold mines are sexy but the real money is in the copper. Panamanian president Ricardo Martinelli and the government of Panama has given this project the green light, and this mine could eventually lead to the exploitation of one of the largest copper deposits in the world. This is massively good (great) news for Panama and the Panamanian people. And yes, for all of you environmentalists out there - a few blades of grass are going to get bent. I guess the message is that you should follow suit. (grin)

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    Minera Panama Will Present Their Environmental Impact Study Tomorrow

    Gold & MiningThe company Minera Panama will present their Category III Environmental Impact Study tomorrow, Monday, 8 November 2010, on their copper mining project in Panama. This study will be unveiled at a public forum to be held in the community of Coclesito in the district of Donoso, province of Colon, as established by Executive Decree 123 of August 14, 2009, which governs the matter. The forum will be moderated by National Environmental Authority (ANAM) it is expected to be attended by inhabitants of the districts of Donoso, Colon, and La Pintada, Cocle, as well as NGOs, community leaders, and local and national authorities.

    The company Minera Panama has facilitated the participation of all of those who are interested in the project through actions such as the direct communication with the community using local liaisons, letters, invitations, flyers, putting up posters, as well as publishing several public notices in newspapers with national circulation. About one hundred mining sector experts and professionals from other disciplines, took part in preparing the study, which will be released officially. (La Estrella)

    Editor's Comment: As you might already know, I'm basically in favor of the continued development of the mining sector in Panama, as long as it's done in an environmentally responsible manner. It is perfectly possible to exploit mineral resources without causing irreparable damage to the environment. I know the environmentalists and radicals don't like it - however that is an undeniable fact. What's also true is that the history of mining and mineral exploitation is littered with unkempt promises and environmental disasters, especially in Latin America where corrupt government officials, who are now long gone, sold out the futures of their countries to make a quick buck on bribes to look the other way. Hopefully in Panama the government will be able to control, oversee, and regulate this nascent industry in a responsible manner. The potential benefits for the Panamanian people are tremendous if these huge copper deposits can be exploited - to the terms of billions of dollars in revenue. Really. It's a very big deal. Massive. And big deals have greater impacts on small countries.

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    Petaquilla Stock Hits 52 week high

    Gold & MiningBy DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Have you been paying attention to Petaquilla lately? If you haven't already, you might want to hop on now while it's still undervalued. PTQMF.OB hit a 52 week high today. And this is where it looks like I can finally say "I told you so."

    Copyright 2010 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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    Efforts to Rescue Trapped Miners Continue in Chile

    Gold & Mining By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - Like practically everyone else in the world I was glued to the television last night, watching the first of the 33 trapped miners emerge from the gold and copper mine in Chile where they worked, rescued after having been trapped for 69 days. An American team drilled the shaft used to extract the trapped miners, and in an exquisite demonstration of tact and good grace, they decided to stay at their hotel and watch the rescue on television, saying the rescue should belong to the Chileans. Right now the remaining workers are still being bought to the surface aboard the "Phoenix" capsule, one at a time. I did some research on mining and Chile and was stunned to learn that approximately 40% of Chile's GDP comes from mining activities. The numbers are huge, and there is a connection to Panama because this country is about to open the first large scale mining projects, one for gold and another for copper. There are vast untapped mineral resources in Panama and hopefully the government and the mining companies will be able to find a way to extract and exploit those resources in an environmentally responsible manner. And, watching those miners emerge from that mine last night was the ultimate "feel good" story. Thank God for the good news...

    Copyright 2010 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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    Bellhaven Announces Fully Allocated Non-Brokered Private Placement for C$4,500,000

    Gold & MiningPANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA - Bellhaven Copper & Gold Inc. is pleased to announce a fully allocated, non-brokered, private placement of 7,500,000 units at a price of $0.60 per unit for aggregate gross proceeds of C$4,500,000, subject to the approval of TSX Venture Exchange. Each of the units is comprised of one common share of the Company and one-half of a share-purchase warrant. Each full share-purchase warrant will entitle the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.80 for a term of 18 months from the date of issuance. In circumstances where, any time after the expiry of the four-month restricted period, the Company's stock trades at $1.50 or greater for 20 consecutive days, the Company may give notice accelerating the expiry date of the exercise period of the warrants to that date which is 30 days from the date of such notice. A finder's fee of 5% cash and 5% in broker's warrants will be paid in connection with this placement. Each broker warrant has a term of 18 months from the date of issuance and is exercisable into one common share of the Company in exchange for $0.64, subject to the same acceleration as the private-placement warrants.

    The proceeds will be used to finance Bellhaven's second drill program at the La Mina porphyry gold-(copper) project in Colombia (see press releases of May 17th, July 15th, July 27th, and September 9th) and the Company's first drill program at the Pitaloza high-sulphidation epithermal gold-(copper) project in Panama (see press releases of April 13th, June 3rd, July 8th, July 28th, and August 3rd). In addition, the proceeds will support field programs at Bellhaven's other high-sulphidation epithermal gold projects in Panama (e.g., Cerro Viejo, El Penon, and Loma de Quito), as well as general administration and other costs.

    Paul Zweng, Bellhaven's Interim CEO and Director, commented as follows: "We are pleased to receive continued financial support for our work programs in Colombia and Panama at minimal dilution to our shareholders. Our foremost objectives are to drill the first discovery hole at Pitaloza (Panama), to expand the La Cantera prospect at La Mina, and to discover a second gold-(copper) zone at La Mina (Colombia)."

    Editor's Comment: Here in Panama I see this press releases from a slightly different point of view. Bellhaven has raised more than 4.5 million Canadian, and they are going to spend a large portion of that money here in Panama on their continuing efforts to develop their mining project, which is a good thing for Panama. Of course the environmentalists won't like it, but they don't show up to their meetings on bicycles, either.

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    No Threat of Cyanide Spill at Petaquilla

    Gold & MiningPanama's Minister of Trade and Industry, Roberto Henriquez, said today that thus far the government has not detected any danger to the community due to the gold production from the company Petaquilla Gold in Donoso, in the province of Colon. The minister was reacting to reports that water levels in a holding pond had reached a height and there is supposedly a threat of a possible spill of cyanide. In this regard, he said "the cyanide danger is not in the soaking tub." Speaking to Telemetro Reporta, the official added that "the worst that could happen, if this (soaking) tub had a leak, then water with mud and clay would be released to the surrounding rivers." "I wish to reassure the community because these are not hazardous chemicals," said the minister. "There is not cyanide content that may be a concern," he said. The minister said that as a precaution they have asked the company to temporarily suspend production, until the water levels are lowered. (La Prensa)
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    About the Inmet Copper Project in Panama

    Gold & Mining By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - It occurs to me that it the environmental extremist protection crowd existed one hundred years ago, the Panama Canal would never have been built. Is there any chance ANAM would have approved an Environmental Impact Study for the Panama Canal in 1903? The ideas of finding responsible ways to balance development and economic business activity against socially and environmental protection are now woven into every project in development, from something as large as a new copper mine, all the way down to the building of a single house. By now, we supposedly know what works, and what doesn't. Take Inmet's copper project, for example. This is a huge (massive) development project which will reap economic benefits for Panamanian citizens for decades. There's nothing "pretty" about a strip mine so the environmentalists can always win on the aesthetics factor - cute fuzzy animals beat mud and heavy machinery, every time. However this project will inject more than $5 billion dollars into the economy in construction and development alone - forget about operating revenue and tax payments to the Panamanian state coffers once production starts. That's almost as much money that will be spent in the project to expand the Panama Canal - it's a really big deal. All of these issues need to be discussed and addressed - by adults - in a calm and rational manner. Emotions will get heated on both sides and remember the environmentalists and extremists are the guys who chain themselves to humpback whales or whatever - they get really goofy, really quickly.

    Equal Time - All Around: I have decided that if the primary players want to express their personal feelings and positions about the mining issues then I will publish those letters. I'm going to ignore the whack jobs (there's never any shortage of those) but I want to give equal and fair time to all sides. In the end the only "tie breaker" is the Panamanian government, who issues the permits, makes the rules, and passes laws to first allow and then monitor mining activities. They get the only votes that count. Now, with all of that having been said, I received the following email yesterday... (more)

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    Oh Crap, Here Come The Environmental Loonies...

    Gold & Mining By DON WINNER for Panama-Guide.com - I can see this Petaquilla stuff is going to get stupid, quick. I just received the following email: "Don, honey: As much as you have made a living in this forsaken land - to the expense of locals - there is such thing as feedom of speech, still. Mrs. Pérez, myself and the rest of this society have the right to post whatever the hell we want on our Facebook accounts. Now, what's really interesting is your oh so sudden concern with our opinion regarding Petaquilla. Are you on their payroll? Is "eco tourism" not paying these days? Well, there's always the option of leaving our land, resources, people, and rights alone. Ah! Silly me! I forgot! It's hard to pull these stunts back in the States. Sincerely, Lili Mendoza"

    Man, She Really Doesn't Know Me, Does She? Lili - you have the right to pound sand. Proceed. The "sudden interest" comes from the notion that the information posted about Petaquilla was most likely false. As in - bullshit. Or, are you saying it's true? If so, I'd love to know about it. Really. Someone might want to clue in "Lili Mendoza" (whoever the hell she is). And to answer your question Lili - no, I am not on Petaquilla's payroll, they've never paid me a dime for any reason. I have been interested in Petaquilla for about five or six years now. Here - plug this into Google and hit search - "Petaquilla site:www.panama-guide.com" - and you will see what I'm talking about. And besides, I didn't say a word about you or your Facebook account - some other dude did. Lady, get a clue...

    Oh, I See Now: Ana Perez posted the following:

    • "Escribanle a este ser tan BRILLANTE don@panama-guide.com... Que ha hecho su plata a cuesta del turismo Panameño, y lo mas increible es que el recurso natural que tenemos es justo lo que el quiere hacer pensar que esta cool destruir CON MINERIA POR PROFIT QUE ES LO QUE SE ALARDE DICIENDO EN EL ARTICULO ... PEREZA ESCRIBANLE!

    • (Translation) Write to this oh-so BRILLIANT don@panama-guide.com - who has made his money at the cost of Panamanian tourism, and the most amazing thing is that the natural resources we have is exactly what he wants people to think is that it's cool to destroy WITH A MINE FOR PROFIT THAT IS WHAT THE ARTICLE IS SAYING ... WRITE TO HIM!

    • "Noah Burgos - soy panameño y ningun Gringo va a venir a decirnos que la MINERIA y los daños colaterales son aceptables" (Translation - Noah Burgos - I am a Panamanian and no Gringo is going to come here to tell us that a Mine and the collateral damage are acceptable.")

    Hey Ana Peres - Why Not Write Yourself? Do you really think it's necessary to make some kind of a "set your hair on fire" call to ask your (what, minions?) to write me an email, when you can just write me yourself? You have my email address, and my cell phone number is 6614-0451. Please feel free to first, take a deep breath. And then, I will be more than happy to talk to you, and to publish your views of this issue. I really have only one question for you - did the reported leaking at the Petaquilla mine actually occur, or not? Other than that, you can ramble on about whatever you might like to talk about. If you don't want to talk to me, then please write something up and I'll publish it, in full, no edits or deletes. Is that fair enough for you? But first, please stick your head in a bucket of water, because your hair is on fire, and it's kinda distracting...

    Update - She Did Write: OK, I just spoke to Ana Perez on the phone. And, I made my offer to her. She will send me an article about Petaquilla - any length with no restrictions on size or content - and I promised to publish that article, word for word, with no edits, deletions, or changes. That is, quite literally, the best I can do.

    And For The Record: Since all of you Panamanian environmental activists are now apparently waking up to the fact that I exist - listen up. My opinion on this issue does not matter one iota. Meaning, not one little bit. Petaquilla is operating in Panama because the government of Panama has allowed it to do so. With that having been said, it is my humble opinion - I think - that in the long run the economic benefits will outweigh the potential negative consequences. If you would take the time to read the HUNDREDS of articles I've posted on this subject you would see that I have been absolutely consistent on this issue since about 2004, when Petaquilla first hit the radar screen. I think (again, simply my opinion, for what it's worth) that it is possible to operate a gold mine in an environmentally responsible manner. If you disagree with that, then more power to you. Let's agree to disagree. I also take issue with the idea of twisting the truth in order to score public opinion points. My question - did the leak occur, or not? What are the truth and facts? That's what I care about. The rest is bullshit.

    Want To Publish A Rebuttal? Ana Perez - write whatever you want, and I will publish it word for word. Scout's honor...

    Copyright 2010 by Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com. Go ahead and use whatever you like as long as you credit the source. Salud.

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