From: "Dan Fitzgerald"
Date: Tue, July 22, 2008 0:00 am
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Oh - and add to the list of inconvenient truths for this regime:
"Afghanistan has nothing to do with oil"
Fucking Swashbuckling Buffoons - kill our brothers for oil?
Screw that shit.
Afghan pipeline raises security questions
by Travis Lupick
Global Research, July 21, 2008
Afghanistan’s ambassador to Canada says NATO’s military mission has
nothing to do with a proposed massive pipeline project that will bring
natural gas to his country’s neighbours. In a phone interview with the
Georgia Straight, Omar Samad said the $7.6-billion pipeline won’t be
finished before Canadian troops are scheduled to leave Afghanistan in
“So I fail to see what the relationship of this pipeline is with the
Canadian mission,” Samad said from Ottawa.
On June 19, the left-leaning Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives
published a report questioning the feasibility of the pipeline project,
given the strength of the Taliban insurgency. Samad, however, said that
the Afghan army and local security forces would provide security for the
pipeline. “If there is a need to do something different,” he continued,
“we will discuss it with whomever will be interested to do so, down the
road…beyond the Canadian mission.”