Skip to comments.China in the Carribbean
Posted on 09/16/2005 3:57:39 PM PDT by Slingshot
The Dominican Republic and most of Central America just agreed to CAFTA with the USA. Their debts are massive and they are unable to pay them. Their electricity is off for 8 to 10 hours a day. Conditions are even terrible for the well to do. The President of the Dominican requests help from a rich country.
President Chavez of Venesuela, is offering discounts on oil to any Carribean country as long as they use socialist measures in their country and teach the children socialism. Even with the discounts their nations will continue in a downward spiral to abject poverty and anarchy. We just saw anarchy in the SuperDome.
The Chinese are moving in through Cuba and Venesuela and other nations in the region.
We Will have CAFTA. The Chinese will have a sphere of influence.
Is there any help for the Dominican Republic from USA?
Freelancing, Hein? You should add more detail, Looks interesting.
Yes. You could call it freelancing.
There is not much of an effort to connect the dots by our public paid newsmedia.
When Chavez was voted into the Presidency he flew to China the next day. He has been working directly with China and Cuba to PULL any other countries into the sphere of influence of China. He is succeeding.
Country after country is signing up to receive oil from Chavez when they institute Socialist reforms in their countries.
Meanwhile we listen to this concept that CAFTA and other so called efforts of Globalization are succeeding.
The struggle between these two poles is producing poverty on a major scale. These countries that do not export oil are on a downward spiral as we speak and they know it. The presidents of their countries can ask for help from any rich countries and all the help they get is more debt.
Now you figure it out. Why do they not like us?
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