Sunday, October 24, 2010

Osama bin Laden 'living comfortably in Pakistan' I'm sure China knows where he is, Think about it!


Osama bin Laden is alive and well and living comfortably in a house in the north-west of Pakistan protected by local people and elements of the country's intelligence services, according to a senior Nato official. That is near the Chinese border people. No wonder China was able to build that railroad through fierce tribal and Taliban country unbothered.Osama bin Laden 'living comfortably in Pakistan'

Now that we know where Bin Laden is this all makes sense! I have to tell you. I spent a couple hours researching the China Afghanistan Border along with the railroad and China's considerable interest in Afghanistan. During Afghanistan's war with Russia China cooperated with the US and was sending arms and supplies to the Mujaheden. They have a small border with Afghanistan and a crossing that was closed in 2001 because we attacked Afghanistan.

Reading up on it finds that there really is no road in Afghanistan to the border and access in China is very rudimentary. Reopening the border has been proposed as has even extending the railroad into China by Afghanistan. Of course the future of any kind of mining depends on the security of the country let alone extending a railroad into China.

Until I found this out my thought was I would love to see it but I do not see the Taliban allowing it to happen though up to now they have not interfered with the building of the railroad which has been heavily guarded by Uzbeks. Up to now we have been defending China's interests but I firmly believe it should be up to China to defend the railroad not us. I do think it is a winning idea because there is no way I can envision the Taliban or Al Qaeda wanting Chinese troops in Afghanistan.

I understand China has sent peace keepers around the world in the past but never a military defensive force. It is time! I understand they may but will only do so under a UN mandate. Well what are we waiting for? Get that mandate as China's military should be helping too and the Taliban could keep their military out by stopping their efforts to keep out foreigners. Afghan Railroad

I have to reiterate what we already discussed as this really puts their mineral wealth in a new perspective at least for me!

Afghanistan the Saudi Arabia of Lithium The China of Capitalism, success or failure of tribalism is up to them, Afghanistan the curse of natural resources! As you know, US geologists found $1 trillion of mineral reserves in Afghanistan, the deposits, which include large veins of iron, copper, cobalt, gold and lithium are so large they could alter the Afghan economy, American geologists said after discovering the resources.

Plans were announced to start mining copper in the Aynak valley, southwest of Kabul, which holds one of the world’s biggest untapped copper deposits, estimated to be worth up to $88_billion (£44 billion) – more than double Afghanistan’s entire gross domestic product (GDP) in 2007.

In November, 2008 a 30-year lease was sold to the China Metallurgical Group for $3 billion, making it the biggest foreign investment and private business venture in Afghanistan’s history.

However despite the latest finds, with no mining industry in place it would take decades to develop an infrastructure to exploit the vast mineral reserves which are scattered throughout the country including along the border with Pakistan where some of the most intense fighting has taken place. US geologists find $1 to $3 trillion of mineral reserves in Afghanistan

China‘s involvement in Afghanistan is more than overdue! At this point I believe they are complicit. We worked to make the Soviwts fail here and now I see that China is complicit with the Taliban. I do not like what we see here.

China is mining what may be the largest deposit of copper on the planet. They stand to make tens of Billions and we are defending their interests.

For now this is justified as we have to be in the area anyway but once China builds a railroad in order to move the copper to port that better come to an end. You can bet every inch of that railroad and port is going to need 24/7 security. It will be a major target as the Taliban seek to keep what is Afghanistan’s theirs!

China should have her troops there providing her own security at the very least. If they were helping in Afghanistan as they should they would be less inclined to be trying to gum up the works for us everywhere else. We must make this a world effort if we are to succeed. I am happy to see we are moving in that direction.

In closing there are 1 to 3 trillion dollars worth of mineral resources alone. Enough to make them a power house if they could only come together in some manner and had someone in control of the country that knew how to capitalize from it. They are throughout Afghanistan including the Afghan Pakistan border which is significant to me.

There is enough lithium alone to power laptops computers Ipads Ipods everything you can think of in the age of lithium batteries, the 21st century. The heck with copper mines pipelines and oil and gas this could force the Taliban into being the China of Afghanistan allowing Capitalism to facilitate their preferred lifestyle of tribalism as the Chinese have used it to further communism.

A Nato official as you read has announced that Osama Bin Laden, Ayman Al Zawahira, and Mullah Omar are living in relative luxurty in seperate houses protected by fierce tribal fighters in the lawless Kurran valley. That is across from ora Bora where Osama escaped from and near the Chinese Border. Bingo! Finding all this out I am positive they are turning a blind eye or at the very least complicit in hiding Bin Laden if not allowing him to travel into China where no one can follow. What do you think about that?


James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com/

2 comments:

Demeur said...

It's hard to analyze this Jim without knowing what happened when we stopped backing the Mujaheden. We know that we basically installed the Taliban as the governing group after Russia left. What China did during that post period is the question. If they maintained any relation with what is now Al Qaeda then they shouldn't have to worry about defending a rail line. Their only worry would be against any local splinter group in Afghanistan of which there are many.
And here's a thought. Seeing as how we'll have to eventually negotiate with the Taliban (or the groups that make them up) it may work out to where the Chinese use the Taliban to protect the rail line. I know that may sound weird but we're already paying the Taliban groups not to attack our contractors.

an average patriot said...

We forced Pakistan to pick up a relationship with them and that is still our problem today!