"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Friday, 6 May 2011

NWO's Nabucco Gas Pipeline Delayed

Nabucco Gas Pipeline International GmbH has pushed back the start of construction of its EUR 7.9 B pipeline to carry Caspian natural gas to Europe to 2013; thus, Nabucco is now expected to start operations in 2017 instead of 2015, as previously expected, the company said in a statement. 
... the Vienna-based project company, has been involved in talks with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Investment Bank, and the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, asking for an EUR 4 B loan.
The company is also inviting new investment partners.  Call me cynical but...

Nabucco is the first stage of an EU/US-backed pipeline that involves such beacons of democracy and Rule of Law as Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan.  The conflict and uncertainty in that part of the world (Caspian/Middle East/Egypt) can't be helping, re-routing a feeder pipeline from Iran to Iraq can't be helping and having substantial EU involvement in the form of the TEN-T project can't be helping.

There's a race on between competing global energy companies to secure their pipelines first and get the gas flowing.  Iran was involved in negotiations with the US about Nabucco but since the feeder pipe is being re-routed I suppose those fireside chats must have broken down.  I wonder what will happen when they decide it would be more profitable to route it across a corner of Syria?  Or to link up the Levantine pipeline across Libya, Algeria or, say, Tunisia.

I just hope Nabucco's problems don't mean that our troops will be in Afghanistan for one second more than they have to be there.  Cameron must honour his commitment to bring them back by 2014 and not see them shipped off to yet another sh!tty little hell-hole far from home.  We haven't had one year of peace since 1997.   The country is war-weary and we want them home.

And that includes shipping them off to North Africa, or, as our europratocracy prefers to call it, the Southern Mediterranean.  The Ten-T road/rail tunnel from Morocco to Spain - the 'Trans-Maghreb link' is still in hand.    I've written about it before but I've no idea where it is on the blog now.  The link will run from the Maghreb all the way up to Bonnie, soon-to-be independent Scotland, without stopping.  Maybe it's a good idea to start investing in motorway service stations?

What it all boils down to is that our soldiers are dying for the NWO, not so that girls can go to school or walk unmolested in the streets with painted toe-nails.


- Northern axis: to connect the northern EU with Norway to the North and with Belarus and Russia and beyond to the East. A connection to the Barents region linking Norway through Sweden and Finland with Russia is also foreseen.
- Central axis: to link the centre of the EU to Ukraine and the Black Sea and through an inland waterway connection to the Caspian Sea. Connections towards Central Asia and the Caucasus are also foreseen, as well as a direct connection to the Trans-Siberian railway and a link from the Don/Volga inland waterway to the Baltic Sea.
- South Eastern axis: to link the EU through the Balkans and Turkey to the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea as well as to Egypt and the Red Sea. Access links to the Balkan countries as well as connections towards Russia, Iran and Iraq and
the Persian Gulf are also foreseen.
- South Western axis: to connect the south-western EU with Switzerland and Morocco and beyond, including the trans-Maghrebin link connecting Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. An extension of the trans-Maghrebin link to Egypt as well as a connection from Egypt to the South towards other African countries are also foreseen.


UPDATE:  Prof Michel Chossudovsky: Who is behind the Syrian protest movement?
"The objective is to weaken the structures of the secular State while justifying an eventual UN sponsored "humanitarian intervention". The latter, in the first instance, could take the form of a reinforced embargo on the country (including sanctions) as well as the freezing of Syrian bank assets in overseas foreign financial institutions. 
While a US-NATO military intervention in the immediate future seems highly unlikely, Syria is nonetheless on the Pentagon's military roadmap, namely an eventual war on Syria has been contemplated both by Washington and Tel Aviv.
If it were to occur, at some future date, it would lead to escalation. Israel would inevitably be involved. The entire Middle East Central Asian region from the Eastern Mediterranean to the Chinese-Afghan border would flare up."

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