Archive for the ‘geo politics’ Category

Ynetnews reported in their article, “US operated deep in Iran, trained assassins,” that, “the New Yorker reported over the weekend that the US trained members of the Iranian opposition group Mujahideen-e-Khalq. According to previous reports, Israel has been cooperating with the group, which allegedly carried out hits on Iranian nuclear scientists.” Ynetnews also reported that US officials doubt Iran is or will be developing nuclear weapons, as has been claimed to justify years of sanctions, covert subversion, terrorism, and unprovoked attacks by the West against Iran.

 

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2012/04/confirmed-terrorist-organization.html

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Nabucco – the alleged gas Holy Grail from the Caspian Sea to Europe, 4,000 kilometers from Turkey to Austria – is the perennial Pipelineistan soap opera.

 

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Central_Asia/NC23Ag04.html

 

This is a man whose insight I respect immensley. Please check out his site.

 http://www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net/

 

Yes, John Bolton just admitted that these wars are for OIL!!!!

And this should surprise anyone? People have been saying this for years! All wars are manufactured for the specific purpose of:
  1. Geo-strategic placement of empire
  2. To appropriate (nice way of saying to steal) a countries resources, be they oil, gold, land, sea ports, air space
  3. Profit from the selling of arms

Is the middle east cursed?

Prior to the discovery of oil, the region had been a hotbed for religious conflict and wars over other rich resources and land. The declining Ottoman Empire paved way for the rising European imperial and colonial powers interested in securing various territories and controlling access to Asia. In more recent times, interest in the region has been due to the energy resources there.

To maintain superiority, control and influence over the region, the West has placed corrupt Arab puppet leaders into positions of power and supported the overthrow of those that refuse to play ball, by manufacture of color revolutions. This has also served to keep their populations at bay, in return for militarization, power and personal wealth of the elite. The common theme underlying it though has been the struggle to control access to important resources such as oil.

Controlling the middle east is not just about oil though. Some analysts feel that this is a way to choke off resources to other competing and rising super powers, such as China and Russia. Never forget, Empire doesn’t care for competition. In pre-capitalist days warfare was like chess, each side trying to win. Under capitalism warfare is more like a casino, where the players battle it out as long as they can get credit for more chips, and the real winner always turns out to be the house – the bankers who finance the war and decide who will be the last man standing. Not only are wars the most profitable of all capitalist ventures, but by choosing the winners, and managing the reconstruction, the elite banking families are able, over time, to tune the geopolitical configuration to suit their own interests

And lets not forget about all those hungry corporations, those that have whole governments in their back pockets. They dream of war so they can sell both sides of any conflict all the guns, bullets, missiles, and any other things needed to destroy innocent lives. Then they go through their government chums to get all those sweet no-bid contracts to rebuild the infrastructure that the very bombs they sold to both sides destroyed  at a price that the country now liberated can’t afford, thus turning them into what America has become, a wage slave state. Always in debt, always sinking, always with a boot in their face. The only advantage they have is that at least it is more obvious than it is in the USA.

Rostam Qasemi has ordered the National Iranian Oil Production and Distribution Company to cease business with foreign companies involved in Iran’s refinery sector, and to benefit from local expertise and nationally-produced technology.

 

http://tehrantimes.com/component/content/article/35-iran-economic/95227-minister-bans-foreign-firms-from-iranian-petrochemical-sector?tmpl=component&page=

 

Since our wise leader Obama has decided to put even tougher sanctions on Iran, which includes sanctions on companies doing business with Iran, They probably figured why not keep Iranian jobs in Iran!

 

American business could learn a thing or two from that!!!!!

Mathaba
 
 
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