Pois é minhas senhoras e meus senhores, o sub-solo do Afeganistão é RIQUÍSSIMO e não há margem para dúvidas nem chamadas a supostas ‘teorias da conspiração’, está tudo muito bem escrito num relatório da U.S. Geological Survey, “Significant Potential for Undiscovered Resources in Afghanistan” divulgado em 2007, antes do fantoche Obama para lá ter enviado mais uns milhares de tropas.
Isso explica muito bem porque a NATO e os EUA se mantém tão interessadas em não arredar de lá pé, como muito bem coloca o General Petraeus, “There is stunning potential here.”, ainda que um artigo do New York Times article, o tente omitir.
Segundo o mencionado relatório, o Afeganistão possui uma das maiores reservas do mundo de minerais e metais preciosos, como por exemplo o Lithium usado nas baterias de telemóveis, portáteis, etc.
Para além de manter o sonho do seu mentor Zbigniew Brzezinski, de destruir China e Rússia e controlar a Euroasia, o fantoche Obama e seus controladores da Banca e Complexo Militar Industrial têm ainda este bónus.
Infelizmente algo que poderia tornar o futuro dos afegãos bem melhor, por certo o manterá num enorme inferno.
Ainda alguém se lembra que o suposto objectivo daquela guerra era capturar Ossama Bin Laden?
Ainda que como muitos o afirmaram, tal invasão havia sido preparada antes dos atentados do 11set2001.
Mineral resources present a great source for a country’s industrial growth and wealth. Estimates for copper and iron ore resources were found to have the most potential for extraction in Afghanistan. Scientists also found indications of abundant deposits of colored stones and gemstones, including emerald, ruby, sapphire, garnet, lapis, kunzite, spinel, tourmaline and peridot. Other examples of mineral resources available for extraction in Afghanistan include gold, mercury, sulfur, chromite, talc-magnesite, potash, graphite and sand and gravel.
A U.S. Geological Survey has shown that Afghanistan is one of the worlds’ biggest depositories of minerals and precious metals. Include on that list, a lithium find that could be as large as Bolivia’s, now the world’s major source of the rare mineral.
The president also plans to ask NATO and other partners in an international coalition to contribute 5,000 additional troops to Afghanistan, officials said. The combined U.S. and NATO deployments would nearly reach the 40,000 requested last summer by U.S. Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the coalition commander in Afghanistan, as part of an intensified counterinsurgency strategy.
Massive attention has now been given – and rightly so – to the reasons why Britain went to war against Iraq. But far too little attention has focused on why the US went to war, and that throws light on British motives too. The conventional explanation is that after the Twin Towers were hit, retaliation against al-Qaida bases in Afghanistan was a natural first step in launching a global war against terrorism. Then, because Saddam Hussein was alleged by the US and UK governments to retain weapons of mass destruction, the war could be extended to Iraq as well. However this theory does not fit all the facts. The truth may be a great deal murkier.
We now know that a blueprint for the creation of a global Pax Americana was drawn up for Dick Cheney (now vice-president), Donald Rumsfeld (defence secretary), Paul Wolfowitz (Rumsfeld’s deputy), Jeb Bush (George Bush’s younger brother) and Lewis Libby (Cheney’s chief of staff). The document, entitled Rebuilding America’s Defences, was written in September 2000…
General William Kernan, commander in chief of the Joint Forces Command, later mentions: “The details of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan which fought the Taliban and al-Qaeda after the September 11 attacks, were largely taken from a scenario examined by Central Command in May 2001.”
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