Tuesday, June 16, 2009

HUSSEIN Obama's Blood-For-Oil: UPDATE 2PM EST

Not being reported to the American people is that the extermination of the Amazon Indians began almost immediately after Obama's implementation of the Free Trade Pact with Peru, and as we can further read:
It sounds crazy, but I remembered seeing something else this morning so I searched and got these, among other reports:
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Similar pages http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1239.htm Russian Military Analysts are reporting to Prime Minister Putin today that President Obama has authorized the United States Southern Military Command to "immediately assist" Peruvian President Alan Garcia's plan to "virtually exterminate" Amazonian Indians who for the past month have been protesting US mandated laws in the newly signed US-Peru so called Free Trade Pact that would "open their region to oil and gas drilling, hydroelectric projects and biofuels farming".
To the growing violence in Peru instigated by the energy starved Empire of the United States we can read as reported by Britain's Guardian's News Service, and which says:

Not being reported to the American people is that the extermination of the Amazon Indians began almost immediately after Obama's implementation of the Free Trade Pact with Peru, and as we can further read:

Also going virtually unnoticed by the American people is that shortly before taking office, Obama backtracked on his campaign promise to impose a windfall profit tax on oil companies who have for decades been free to gouge these peoples with ever increasing energy costs and which just last year saw Exxon Mobil break its own record for the highest-ever quarterly profit for a US company as America began its plunge into the economic abyss. To the brutal realities facing the Americans, these reports continue, are current energy prices that are being driven up by speculation and the chronic long-term inability of the US to access promising oil and gas reserves, and which in World facing a critical energy shortage, Royal Dutch Shell Chief Executive Jeroen van der Veer warned yesterday that our Planets oil and gas industries cannot supply all the additional demand that will be needed in the future.

Sadly, these reports point out, that the United States is continuing upon a path that has long sought the complete destruction of the America's indigenous peoples which accelerated with their immediate breaking of the 1814 Treaty of Ghent ending the War of 1812 between the US and Great Britain which contained in its provisions, and agreed to by the Americans, that:

As the American peoples attention has been continually misdirected from South America by their propaganda media, the CATO Institutes 2003 report on the strategic importance of this region to the US bears witness to the United States plan for these peoples, and as we can read:

"General Peter Pace, the Commander in Chief of the US militaries Southern Command outlined these concerns clearly when he spoke of the three vital US national interests that guide US post-Cold War policy in South America. The first vital national interest is the "continued unhindered access to strategic natural resources in the USSOUTHCOM AOR [area of responsibility]". "Pace outlined the importance of Colombian and Venezuelan oil to the US when he stated that there is a "common misperception" that the US "is completely dependent on the Middle East" for oil, when in fact Venezuela provides "15% - 19 % of our imported oil in any given month". Pace went on to note that the "internal conflict in Colombia poses a direct threat to regional stability" with "Venezuela, Ecuador, and Panama" the "most vulnerable to destabilization due to Colombian insurgent activity along their borders". Pace outlined the second vital interest as the preservation of pro-US governments in Latin America so as to provide stability "for access to markets in the USSOUTHCOM AOR, which is critical to the continued economic expansion and prosperity of the United States". The third and final vital interest is the US's freedom of navigation, with particular concern over the "continued unencumbered access to the Panama Canal". In sum, US vital interests in Latin America are the unhindered access to Latin America's oil, the bolstering of pro-US governments or the overthrow of governments that might threaten US-led neo-liberalism (what is called 'stability' in official discourse), and open access to strategic land and water corridors."

What remains unknown at this time is if the Empire of the United States can succeed, yet again, in exterminating the rightful inhabitants of South America and claiming for itself through its US Military backed puppet regimes the resources rightfully belonging to other peoples. But, if the examples of Iraq and Afghanistan are looked at in their starkest reality, the United States is fully prepared to annihilate all who stand in their way, even to the most defenseless of our Earth's human beings. One can only wonder how these bloodthirsty Americans can sleep at night knowing that their leaders are killing so many innocents in their name in their name.

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