Sunday, May 04, 2008

War is building on our northern and southern Borders by the rest of the world as Bush is in their yards doing his instigating! 2 stories...

War is building on our northern and southern Borders by the rest of the world as Bush is in their yards doing his instigating! 2 stories must be reiterated!

As we watch Bush interfere in every area of the world as he races to instigate world war before his time is up a story I responded to last night about whether or not Alaska was going to become the next middle east mad me realize many do not realize what is happening in our northern yard and for that matter our southern Backyard as Bush instigates the world to war everywhere he can we are being squeezed from both ends right here in America. I find it necessary to repeat 2 of the many stories I have done on this as many still do not realize how bad it is right here gas and food aside!
This is really bad! First Russia building Venezuela Refineries, China Building Mexican ports, North American Union, what about the myriad of problems in our own backyard?
I know we have much to be paying attention to and be concerned with around the world. Most of it is due to Bush. However as I have written many times about Chavez's hate for Bush and America and watching their ever growing connections with Iran, China, and Russia, I am becoming increasingly concerned about what is happening right here in our own backyard while our attention seems to be everywhere but in our immediate area.

We have Russia building up to 13 refineries in Venezuela. Very interesting as Iran is experiencing gas shortages and riots as a result of a lack of refineries. Anyway Venezuela has to build four refineries to process heavy crude from fields in the Orinoco Belt and is considering establishing a joint venture with Russia to satisfy these goals, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said during a business conference Friday at the Russian Federation Chamber of Commerce.
"Orinoco, where Lukoil is now working, there are demonstrated reserves of 300 billion tons of heavy crude in two new fields," Chavez said. "Therefore we have decided to build four refineries, and in the future, accounting for the interests of countries in the Caribbean region, 13 refineries altogether."
Chavez said that at present, Venezuela is considering establishing a joint venture with Russia in pursuit of these aims. He said that Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru and other South American countries could also found such ventures. they will build a pipeline to Argentina and buy $5 Billion worth of equipment figuring why not Russia?

I have learned from our own Mariacha mama through a conversation on the clandestine efforts in creating A North American union that China is funding and clandestinely building ports in Mexico. She pointed out to us that Lázaro Cárdenas is home to a deep-water seaport that handles container, dry bulk, and liquid cargo.
The port handled 160,000 TEU in 2005 but is expanding to a capacity of 2.2 million TEU annually. Cargo is moved to and from the port by road and rail equally, with rail service provided exclusively by Kansas City Southern Railway. The port is expected to become a major container facility due to congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and its relative proximity to major cities such as Chicago, Kansas City, and Houston.
Then she noted that the LA and Long Beach ports handle 6.7 million TEU and 3.8 million and they are very congested. Due to a lot of reasons, they can't expand as you can see, the Mexican port is not to replace the US ports, (it couldn't) but to add more ports so we get more crap we don't need from China. Also there are plans for another deep water port in Baja. A Los Angeles firm, fronting for Chinese and Korean concerns, is lobbying the Mexican government to be granted permission to build a $1 billion dollar port in the agricultural area of Punta Colonet, 150 miles south of Tijuana.

The downside is the obvious environmental impact. The LA Times described the intended area as ‘deserted farmland’ This is far from fact. Punta Colonet south San Quintin is one of the most productive agricultural areas in Baja. Its proximity to Hwy. 1 and the US have spurred the growth of large commercial farming in the area. Having anchored in Punta Colonet, it is a beautiful, unspoiled area where orchards and farms run right to the oceans edge. There has been tremendous growth in the region over the last 5 years
Meanwhile because of warmonger Bush I don't know if we are a real threat to Venezuela or not but we have Chavez preparing for war.
President Hugo Chavez urged soldiers to prepare for a guerrilla-style war against the United States, saying that Washington is using psychological and economic warfare as part of an unconventional campaign aimed at derailing his government. Declaring that it is not just armed warfare, Under Chavez, Venezuela has recently purchased some $3 billion worth of arms from Russia, including 53 military helicopters, 100,000 Kalashnikov rifles, 24 SU-30 Sukhoi fighter jets. Last week, Chavez said he is considering arms purchases, including submarines and a missile-equipped air defense system, as he prepared for his tour of Russia, Belarus and Iran.

While all this is going on in our own backyard we had a very good discussion on the clandestine efforts to establish a security and Prosperity Partnership known as the North American Union. However there were a couple who said we were crazy. I was happy to receive confirmation from Canada and again from one of our members. He said: I wish more left-wingers would recognize this as There's a left-wing organization in Canada ("The Council of Canadians") that has been on top of this for several years now. They call it "Deep Integration" and talk about it as an extension of please read it in its entirety and learn what Canada and Lou Dobbs say

Now even worse than all that! I did a series of 3 stories last August 9th, 10th, and 11th. Feel free to check them out but here is the most critical as to what is happening in our northern yard as the world prepares for the upcoming war future! Anyway, I wanted to discuss that last week when Russia declared that it had successfully planted their flag at the bottom of the Arctic claiming it as Russian territory Russia was disturbed that Canada the US and others dismissed it as a joke saying that is worthless in the 21st Century. Myself I wasn't so sure as it seems like a scary ratcheting up of the race for future resources and world domination. Well attitudes are changing when recent events are taken into account.

IN RECENT weeks it has been noted that Russian nostalgia for past greatness has been seen stretching from the North Pole to the Mediterranean via the Caucasus. First the Russians planted a flag on the bottom of the Arctic. Then they promised to return to the Mediterranean. For good measure, a Russian-made bomb fell (but did not explode) into a vegetable field in Georgia. That the three events came close together may be a coincidence. That they all testify to Russia's new assertiveness is not. Then there are the ongoing threats of retargetting missiles, and dropping existing arms treaties because of Bush insisting on putting the missile shield in Poland and Chezhoslovakia.
The incident in Georgia may be the most serious with Georgia vying to join NATO which would really heat up the region. I am talking about the bomb dropped in Georgia. Of course no one did it and the Georgian's are blaming the Russians while the Russians are blaming the Georgians themselve, of course America has cautiously called the strike a "provocation" and the European Union urged all sides to show restraint.
This latest row with Georgia is not the only source of anxiety for its neighbours. A few days ago Russia's naval commander proposed "to restore its permanent presence" in the Mediterranean, using the Baltic and Black Sea fleets. For years a Russian naval base in Syria has been standing empty. The return of their ships to Syria is a dream of Russia's admirals and a nightmare for Israel, which fears renewed Russian co-operation with Syria.

I heard that Russian ships were off the coast of Syria and one has to be concerned about that knowing what Bush is doing in the middle east. However in my mind Russia's Mediterranean plans pale in comparison with its audacious foray into the Arctic where they collected soil samples and planted the Russian flag two and a half miles below the sea. The official purpose of this first-ever manned mission was "to prove that the North Pole is an extension of the Russian coastal shelf." Geologists say the region could have big oil, gas and mineral reserves.

Knowing that the Artic features prominently in Russian Imperial mythology and the rising desire for Russia to regain prominance as a world power you have to be very concerned about this and Canada now is. Canada's prime minister has begun a three-day trip to the Arctic in an effort to assert sovereignty over the region a week after Russia symbolically staked a claim to the North Pole by sending submarines.
Five countries -- Canada,
Russia, the United States, Norway and Denmark -- are competing to secure subsurface rights to the Arctic seabed. One study by the U.S. Geological Survey estimates the Arctic has as much as 25 percent of the world's undiscovered oil and gas. PM Harper, who has pledged to spend billions defending Canada's sovereignty over the Arctic, is expected to announce the location of a planned military deep water port later in the week.

"Economic development -- unleashing the resource-based potential of the North, environmental protection -- protecting the unique Northern environment, national sovereignty -- protecting our land, airspace and territorial waters." Last month, Harper announced that six to eight new patrol ships will be built to guard the Northwest Passage sea route in the Arctic, which the United States insists does not belong to Canada.

U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins has criticized Harper's promise to defend the Arctic, calling the Northwest Passage "neutral waters." This is all very troubling as we watch the ratchetting up of tensions around the world as we try to move into the future. The increased militanism around the world is tenuous but throw all the recent developments in with what is shaping up to be a fight over the Arctic and its resources which will only serve to ecologically destroy another very important part of the Ocean's and world's ecosystem in what is increasingly appearing Russia, Denmark, Norway, claim the arctic challange canada and us

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


TomCat said...

All these years of being an imperialistic bully are coming back to haunt us. Considering that the US overthrew more democratic governments, many of them in Latin America, than any other nation in history, is it any wonder that these nations are looking elsewhere?

an average patriot said...

You know what they say about payback buddy! We are going to pay big time. You know what is going on in South America. Did you see what is going on in the Arctic? Bush is off screwing the world and they are right here getting us.

Brother Tim said...

The only disagreement I have is with the statement about Hugo Chavez. Hugo does not hate America, as witnessed by all the low priced oil he gives for heating your part of the country. What Hugo hates is George W Bush (can't say I blame him) and the neocon hegemonic attitudes.

We're in for one helluva ride. We may be able to whip any country by themselves, but when they ban together, it's gonna be OUR ass that gets kicked.

an average patriot said...

Oh yeah, Chavez hates Bush big time. I think he could be a good ally but he is not in Bush's pocket so he will build to go against our Government and we just happen to live here. Bush is off screwing the world and we are getting surrounded right here and no one talks about it. What is going on in thee Arctic is sobering. You know Bud how this is all going to end and the chief scum instigated it all and will just say gee I wanted peace!

Dusty said...

Russia is befriending everyone we threaten. They aren't stupid and it's not rocket science. It's a smart move by Russia actually.

Sadly, they don't give a damn about the citizens of those countries either...just like China.

Human Rights has never been a strong suit of Russia and especially China.

BBC said...

Well, look at it this way. America was just another experiment, and doomed from the start because they did and built in wrong.

If you look at it from the highest levels of wisdom and understanding (and few can) you understand that America is the failed Roman Empire relocated and reborn in America and posing as Christians.

I'm okay with America failing, it deserves to, from the ashes something better will rise up, I hope. After all, from the beginning mankind has just been an experiment in freewill.

Damn, I shouldn't say things like that, it just goes over most heads and Einstein isn't here or he would get it.

But hey, The Quiet Man was a great movie.

BBC said...

"manifesto to the world."

Well, others have written those also. But send me a copy of yours and I will read it, if you don't mind me it tearing to shreds if I find any flaws in it.

Or if you posted it provide a link on my blog. You can email it to
bbc98362 at yahoo dot com.

an average patriot said...

Sadly you're right and because of what we have done to many South American countries along with the rest of the world they love Russia and China and welcome their intervention.
I had a South American ex pat doing research for me but we had a falling out over her loving to see that and us getting screwed.

an average patriot said...

You're a riot! You know I agree with you. We were headed the way of the Roman Empire anyway Bush just sped it up. It is a normal life cycle ! that is on my web site too! You must have read the about me stuff! The Quiet Man is one of my favorites, Donovan's Reef and quite a few others were in contention too. Can't wait to get to your other comment. I want to address it!

an average patriot said...

A manifesto to the world! Where did I put that? I wrote it quite a few years back now hoping to head off what is happening and going to happen soon to all our demise.
It is on my web site like a lot of other things but... My web site
I updated it a while ago and it is 100% right on but too sober for most to see so I keep it close to the vest. Plus it needs to be updates again and daily as this is moving too fast as Bush runs out of time and speeds this mess up.
You supplied me your email I believe so I will send it to you. I am afraid it is right on and will be to the very end. I welcome you telling me what you think. Take care and stay in touch! I will try to do that right now. I switched computers and everything so I hope it works right.