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Barack Obama Secures His Grip on the Oil Industry - Massie

Barack Obama Secures His Grip on the Oil Industry - Massie

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Chavez in a Box – The Strings are Revealed
Just when you thought it was safe to take that long-planned vacation to Caracas, President Hugo Chavez enters the media again, angry with America. This particular outburst from the bully by the sea alleges the U.S. government is plotting alongside Colombia to invade Venezuela. This latest accusation from Chavez comes on the heels
of Columbia’s allegations that Venezuela is harboring rebel soldiers; namely, members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Chavez in a Box – The Strings are Revealed
Just when you thought it was safe to take that long-planned vacation to Caracas, President Hugo Chavez enters the media again, angry with America. This particular outburst from the bully by the sea alleges the U.S. government is plotting alongside Colombia to invade Venezuela. This latest accusation from Chavez comes on the heels
of Columbia’s allegations that Venezuela is harboring rebel soldiers; namely, members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

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July 30, 2010
Part I
Chavez in a BoxThe Stringsare Revealed
Just when you thought it was safe to take that long-planned vacation to Caracas,President Hugo Chavez enters the media again, angry with America. This particularoutburst from the bully by the sea alleges the U.S. government is plotting alongsideColombia to invade Venezuela. This latest accusation from Chavez comes on the heelsof 
Columbia’s
allegations that Venezuela is harboring rebel soldiers; namely, membersof the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).Researching the longstanding rhetoric between these two countries reveals a constantstate of back-and-forth on issues related to this current upheaval. Columbia being an
 
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ally of the United States, Venezuela positioned as our fourth largest supplier of oil,Chavez and his counterparts from across the border constantly find themselvesembroiled in confrontation. The real story, often times, has far less to do with FARC andmuch more to do with the politics of Chavez. As elections now approach in Venezuela, with the next parliamentaryvotes set forSeptember 26, 2010, the ruling party of that countrythe United Socialist Party of  Venezuelabegins anew their push to arouse nationalist sentiment amongst thepopulation. According to
Margarita López Maya
, PhDhistorian, professor andcandidate in the
Mesa de la Unidad Democrática
(United Democratic Table) partyrunning in opposition to the Chavez government this SeptemberChavez is a radicalanti-imperialist, playing games with his own people towards a self-centered goal of political gain. Chavez could no more afford to back up his latest rhetoric with actionthan to “eat rocks”, as he threatened to do. These empty threats amount to yet anotherattempt by Chavez to stir the pot; another attempt to secure his place as a SocialistDictator for decades to come.So why, then, does
this
country, especially the Obama administration, continue to playball with Chavez? And, more interestingly, why was the Chavez rhetoric towards THISWhite House so vanilla by comparison to the vile language hurled at Bush? The obviousanswer of Socialist brotherhood comes to mind; after all,the handshake viewed ’roundthe worldis household news by now.No, there’s something deeper here; something much more complexeven sinister,perhaps. Remember the rules of engagement for Marxists/Socialists: first, tear downCapitalism (we’re witnessing this administration’s work towards that end on a dailybasis); next: enslave the populace to the Socialist/Communist tyrannical government(how better to enslave us to our government than by forcing us to purchase ourgasoline from State owned gas stations?)Hugo Chavez may be privy to conversations, dealings, or negotiations taking place thatthreaten his country’s very existence. His rhetoric with Obama reveals a stark change inattitude as compared to that he served to Bush. While he continues the nationalisticrhetorictiming his speeches to coincide with elections, naturallyhis threats to “stopthe oil” are completely toothless. Chavez criticizes U.S.
policy
, yet taps Obama on theshoulder, winks, and
literally
callsthe American leader a “friend”. If Chavez is notgetting paid off in this deal, I’ll eat my hat. You may disperse with vile cajoling, Chavez; other than the repressed countrymen yousubject to your Socialist tyranny, the world knows who is now pulling your strings.
Part II
Red China invests $10 Billion to control Oil in South America“Made inChina” takes on New Meaning
 
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From the days of Nixon and the “Shanghai Communiqué”, Patriotic Republicanpresidentsthose with a firm belief in American Exceptionalismknew that thenormalization of relations between China and America required serious attention. Acquiescence, however, was unacceptableparticularly for Nixon. Prior to the famous1972 meetingbetween Nixon and Mao, China exhibited extreme hostility andaggressiveness towards the once capital and ruler of the mainland: Taiwan. So deeplyrooted was this ongoing sentiment towards Taiwan, in fact, that on the day of meetingwith Nixon, Mao snorted to the effect that GeneralissimoChiang Kai-Shewould not have approved of their secret rendezvous.Concerned, however, that the Soviet Union’s continued spread across severelyweakened states throughout Eastern Europe would ultimately land the Communist Stateat China’s border with virtually no resistance, Americans were pleased to see Nixonthe veryman who in 1952 was elected Vice President for his stance
against
communism –work to normalize relations not only between the U.S. and China; but between Chinaand the Soviet Union as well.Nixon and Kissinger, through the “Shanghai Communiqué”, agreed tobegin discussionsof troop withdrawals from Taiwan while not fully endorsing the PRC’s version of theOne-China policy. In other words, while Nixon agreed that China should be unified, andthat Taiwan and mainland China should work towards re-unification,neither he nor hisadministration would fully support the United States’ complete withdrawal from theregion while Communist China (People’s Republic of China) proclaimed sovereignty over our ally Taiwan(Republic of China). Seven years would pass before changes to the U.S. position would occur; those changes taking placeduring the most depressed days oureconomy has experience until recently.Enter Jimmy Carter. Carter’s policies on every issue from gas rationing to foreign policyto addressing the nation were the most ruinous of their kind until Barack Obama. Infact, were it not for the current occupant of the Oval Office, Carter would continue tobe remembered at this nation’s worst president in many, many decades. For purposesof this report, we’ll focus on Carter’s seemingly deliberate efforts to hand our nationoverto Red China on a silver platter.Soul-stirring speeches on the subject of American Exceptionalism would not be offeredto the citizens of this great nation until Ronald Reagan so poignantly spoke that magicalphrase. So it may not be possible to gauge Carter’s belief in, or cynicism towards, sucha theory. But one issue is certainly undeniable: Carter sold this country to Red Chinawhen signing theJoint Communiqué on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations. Hepulled all personnel from Taiwan, recognized Beijing as the capital of China, denouncedTaiwan as the capital and effectively severed ties with our island ally. Carter was sodesperate to right his self-induced sinking ship that he slipped into bed withcommunism.Today, China owns more than $1 Trillion of this country’s debt and is one of theprimary catalysts in ongoing discussions towards the removal of the dollar as theworld’s currency. China dominates this country, substantially, nay
preposterously
, in

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