Corporate world order, Afghanistan – The Global Chess game
I like many political global picture analyst, may of missed what the global corporations have been doing in the back ground concerning Afghanistan. It has not been mentioned by the politicians; well if it has then not much emphasis has been put on it.
Because of a regime change and the occupation of USA, and its allies. Cooperates have been surveying and looking for avenues of making more fast buck’s.
It’s all about minerals, oil and gas, copper and where there is copper you can find gold.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey and the Afghan Ministry of Mines and Industry, Afghanistan may be possessing up to 36 trillion cubic feet (1,000 km3) of natural gas, 3.6 billion barrels (570,000,000 m3) of petroleum and up to 1,325 million barrels (2.107E+8 m3) of natural gas liquids. This could mark the turning point in Afghanistan’s reconstruction efforts. Energy exports could generate the revenue that Afghan officials need to modernize the country’s infrastructure and expand economic opportunities for the beleaguered and fractious population. Other reports show that the country has huge amounts of gold, copper, coal, iron ore and other minerals. The government of Afghanistan is in the process of extracting and exporting its copper reserves, which will be earning $1.2 billion US dollars in royalties and taxes every year for the next 30 years. It will also provide permanent labor to 3,000 of its citizens.[1
Obama has just come back from a visit to China and Asia; there is no doubt he spoke to the Chinese government about the oil and gas, plus the copper in Afghanistan. Also note that pledge from Japan of 1 Billion a year for five years.
One of the reasons its to Obama a long time to explain strategy concerning the Afghan war, stability there needs funding as the Afghanistan government needs a large army, weapons and military equipment to protect them. The Corporate want to exploit the minerals, China, India and Japan want to buy.
Oh yes Afghanistan will be a going concern a lot safer to abstract minerals, fossil fuel and there is gold in them there mountains.
Afghanistan is worth investing in and could support its own armed forces.