Black People : Uganda/ It's all about the OIL

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    As BP is allowed back into the Gulf of Mexico,
    special forces (hitmen) troops as well as drones are sent to Uganda.
    This "humanitarian effort" rhetoric is as tired as Bush's "weapons of mass destruction"
    as AFRICOM slaps high fives wih NATO, after colonizing a nation(Libya) with the largest fresh water aquifer in all the 52 nations in Africa, and military "advisors" are sent to Uganda, to secure US energy interests.
    Another oil well found in Uganda
    Sunday, 10 July 2011 16:01 Joseph Olanyo
    KAMPALA, UGANDA - The discovery of more oil reserves last month in the Albertine Graben is pushing Uganda's discovery ratings above most oil producing countries.
    Last month Uganda discovered commercially viable reserves at Gunya in the Albertine Graben.
    This is the latest discovery done by Tullow Oil, the exploration company as the third biggest East African Economy continues to punch the ground for more oil deposits.
    With already confirmed reserves of 2.5 billion barrels of oil encountered in 51 out of the 55 wells drilled, the developments have put Uganda's discovery rate at 92.3%.
    Uganda's oil discoveries have now overtaken most oil producing countries like Denmark, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Trinidad and Tobago following continuous discoveries. Saudi Arabia is the biggest oil producer in the world with reserves worth 262.7 billion barrels followed by Canada with 178.9 billion barrels.
    Explaining developments in the oil sector last week, Uganda's Commissioner Petroleum Exploration and Production Department (PEDP), Mr Ernest Rubondo, emphasised that the Albertine Graben is richer in oil deposits than gas.
    http://www.busiweek.com/11/news/uganda/1317-another-oil-well-found-in-uganda-
     
  2. Chevron Dove

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    Wow! Isn't that interesting and now all of a sudden they are going into Uganda to hunt down the terrible leaders that they probably already knew about and did nothing about when it was of no interest to them...
     
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    You are so right. There is never a shortage of money or troops, when it comes to capturing and controlling vital resources.
    The USA and Nato have the resources to drop thousands of bombs on Libya, in order to gain control of it's resources, but somehow do not have the resources to drop food on Somalia and end the artificial crisis? Which is easier and cheaper, dropping thousands of bombs on Libya or dropping thousands of food packages on Somalia?
     
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    You know, you have an incredible point here. Man! All of those starving people...

    But here's the thing thoug; Instead of distributing money and food towards that direction from money spent on wars and etc., 'they' will probably do something evil like take food and money resources from another Black African community and give it to Somailians and then cause awful and intense problems to occur between certain Black people that they want to continue to put fear within and control...that is usually how its been done from what i can tell.
     
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