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Sudan Officially No Longer In Business with USA

America has officially lost all business contact with Sudan. With the latest violence against US embassies world wide, the lines of cooperation with the US are now more clearly drawn. The new lines say “America stay away….we are doing business with China”.

George W. Bush turned America from a world beacon of freedom to the world’s most dominant warlords. We have attacked targets in more foreign countries, and started more foreign wars than any other country since WWII. Now the financial costs of international business and economic development are coming back to haunt us.

In an unpublicized, but critically important event within the current Muslim violence against America, “A U.S. official said on Saturday that Sudan’s government is holding up the deployment of an elite Marine team that the U.S. planned to send to Khartoum to boost security at the embassy.” The nations of the world no longer welcome American forces as a friendly, supportive force. For them it is an unwelcome part of a warlord nation. This is a HUGE shift from the post-WWII global view of the US armed forces.

What Americans do not understand is that the change in heart of all these countries is not only for our armed forces , but for our businesses. The truth is that Sudan, Yemen, and countless other countries have completely changed their target customer from the Untied States to China. Modern history shows that the price of doing business with America is to expensive to their culture. The US demands 100% servitude in exchange for economic support. China just asks for partnerships.

These are the headlines we should be reading….

SUDAN: CHINA’S OUTPOST IN AFRICA : On August 30, 1999 Sudan became a net oil exporter for the first time, exporting 600,000 barrels of oil from Port Bashir, a new 2 million ton oil terminal built by China 25 km south of Port Sudan. (Energy Information Agency, Country Analysis Brief – Sudan, March 2005

China edges towards oil multilateralism amid fight between Sudan and South Sudan : Sudan has long been a symbol of Beijing’s determination to cement control over oil supplies with investment and diplomatic support, even in the face of Western criticism. State-run China National Petroleum Corp invested more than $10 billion to develop the Sudanese oil industry into the most important producer in East Africa despite Sudan’s status in the West as a reviled pariah state.

Expanding China-Africa Oil Ties :China now receives an estimated one-third of its oil imports from Africa (ChinaBriefing), which holds just 9 to10 percent of the world’s oil reserves. Its largest African suppliers of oil are Angola, Sudan, the Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Nigeria. Other African countries that export oil to China include Gabon, Algeria, Libya, Liberia, Chad, and Kenya.

Do you understand?????

While we fight to back Israel and war against 1/3 of the world’s population, we are being completely flanked by China’s mission of dimplomatic support and economic investment.


I have no idea why Obama is continuing ANY of the Bush foreign policies. His failure to change the course of American international policy has brought us to this point where , given any reason, the glowing hatred of America in most developing countries will burst into flames.

If he had kept his promise of ending the wars, and began a mission of development of business relations in these countries, we would not be in this mess today.

REMEMBER…..We had our chance as the heroes of the world. We blew it.

Itia (Abroad)

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