Beyond US Contribution

"International Partnerships will pave the way for
increased capital towards humanitarian causes". M.B.

China-Russia Detail:
Rosneft President Sergei Bogdanchikov said his firm
and the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
had agreed to set up two companies...
~One to explore for and produce oil in Russia...
~One to refine and market fuel in China.
Included: A 200,000 barrel per day (bpd) refinery and petrol
stations, with CNPC in talks to buy a billion-dollar stake to
buy into Rosneft's planned IPO, through which it hopes to
raise a world-record $20 billion!

"Great changes are being made, which is good news for the
United States. Ability for other countries to increase,
and enhance their contributions towards
Humanitarian causes."~M.B.

In a March 23rd article of the Opinion Journal...
What a world without U.S. power looks like.

Today (3/23/06) statistics in Darfur:
~200,000 civilians killed (in past three years)
~Two million more became refugees.
~Problem source: Arab rulers in Khartoum
These Arab rulers have equipped Janjaweed Arab tribesmen
to ethnic cleanse black Muslims in western Sudan, and now
attacking civilians in Chad. This atrocity, is creating
20,000 more refugees!
For two years Kofi Annan and former Secretary of State
Colin Powell labeled it "genocide...

World roll call, no longer need look like this:

The Chinese (who have close commercial ties to Khartoum)
and Russians have blocked any serious intervention.
The Arab League--so quick to denounce Danish cartoons,
but opposed any attempt to single out Khartoum,
"Will hold its meeting in Khartoum to discuss, Darfur."
The African Union, never to say a discouraging word,
about murderous neighboring Africans
(Created a politically-failed military mission.)
French military bases are in neighboring Chad and
could establish a no-fly zone to stop Janjaweed bombing,
(though are already occupied with the Ivory Coast.)
Read about the UN's Darfur mission retreat
(Intimidated, the U.N. envoy to Sudan Jan Pronk, "withdrew.")
Evidently, Al Qaeda terrorists in Khartoum threatened to
retaliate against U.N. mission...

No comments:

Market Currents

Morning Stock Talk

Twitter / investment

Think Liberty... Support Small Businesses

Forbes Market News

European Politics

ECB | Euro foreign exchange reference rates

ECB - European Central Bank

Quick Video News




The DC Video

CNS News

CNS Headlines

I Hate The Media