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VIDEO Interview of Author of “The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti” Regarding Possibility of Vast, Untapped Oil Reserves

May 12, 2010


William Engdahl is the author of a very intriguing article, “The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti,”  which I posted to this blog on February 2 regarding oil in Haiti.  Engdahl was interviewed by the Real News Network and the video appears below.

Chavez Signs Deal in DR to Buy Stake in Oil Refinery; Chavez Also Meets with Zelaya

May 7, 2010


Presidents Leonel Fernandez and Hugo Chavez in the Dominican Republic This deal will put Venezuelan oil squarely in the Caribbean and make it much easier for Venezuela to provide oil to Haiti.  Two articles follow: Venezuela PDVSA Buys 49% Stake in Dominican Republic’s State-Owned Refinery CARACAS (Dow Jones)–Venezuela state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PVZ.YY), or PDVSA, […]

Chavez Writes Off Haiti’s Oil Debt to Venezuela

April 19, 2010


Chavez Writes Off Haiti’s Oil Debt to Venezuela CARACAS – President Hugo Chavez announced Monday that he would write off the undisclosed sum Haiti owes Venezuela for oil as part of the ALBA bloc’s plans to help the impoverished Caribbean nation after the devastating Jan. 12 earthquake. “Haiti has no debt with Venezuela, just the […]

Falklands – Pres. Kirchner Get Full Support from Summit Attendees

February 23, 2010


Tuesday, February 23rd 2010 – 03:22 UTC Falklands: full support for Argentina from Latinamerican and Caribbean leaders Argentine President Cristina Kirchner said on Monday Latin American and Caribbean leaders backed her objections to oil exploration in the disputed Falkland Islands as drilling of the first well began on Monday. Mrs. Kirchner thanked her peers during […]

Maxwell: Shameless and Graceless – The International Community in Haiti

February 17, 2010


Shameless and Graceless John Maxwell Sunday, February 14, 2010 HENRY Kissinger once said that the United States had no friends, only interests. Watching the US intervention in Haiti makes it clear that the US, in the pursuit of its interests, does not need to exhibit any human attributes such as shame or grace.   ARISTIDE… […]

The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti (So This is What the U. S. Is Up To)

February 1, 2010


    The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti By F. William Engdahl Global Research, January 30, 2010 President becomes UN Special Envoy to earthquake-stricken Haiti.Behind the smoke, rubble and unending drama of human tragedy in the hapless Caribbean country, a drama is in full play for control of what geophysicists believe may be one of […]

Oil in Haiti: Economic Reasons for UN/US Occupation

January 28, 2010


Is the real reason why the USA sent its military to Haiti because Haiti has OIL which is known to exist off its unprotected shores? Read this link and thereafter you should have your answer. * _____________________________________________________ There is evidence that the United States found oil in Haiti decades ago and due to the geopolitical […]

HAITI Earthquake May Have Exposed Gas, Aiding Economy

January 27, 2010


Well, well, well . . . the plot thickens.  STAY TUNED!  **************** Haiti Earthquake May Have Exposed Gas, Aiding Economy By Jim Polson Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- The earthquake that killed more than 150,000 people in Haiti this month may have left clues to petroleum reservoirs that could aid economic recovery in the Western Hemisphere’s […]