Tuesday, October 18, 2005

The Forming Alliance

It has come to my attention that there is a pending alliance that is occuring with our South American neighbor Venezuela. Intelligence shows that President Chavez has found it necessary to form alliances with Iran and Cuba's own Castro. Along with these alliances, Chavez deems it necessary to advance Venezuela's nuclear technology (a decision that I would not disagree with).

I have a brief assessment of this situation since I am need to go to Charlotte today. Chavez is making a costly decision. Nothing good can come out of such an alliance. The one set back is that Venezuela owns many oil reserves which our nation will be panting hungrily for in the coming years. That said, we need to ensure that we institute a domestic policy that will put energy conservation in the forefront while researching costly and effective alternate energy sources. When the US becomes self-sufficient in these areas, we can truly live out our role as the global police officer. That said, Chavez, you're under arrest.


At 9:21 PM, Blogger Mark said...

I foresee a time when Mexico and Canada are part of the United States, with open borders both North and South. In fact, in the novel I am writing, I have a name for the new nation---Canamexica.

At 10:53 PM, Blogger Poison Pero said...

1. We are making a huge mistake allowing these S. American clowns to run around with impunity......There is no excuse for Castro still being alive, and Chavez should live in fear of his last day, too.

2. You forgot the scariest part of this alliance: CHINA!!!

China's slowly taking over the Panama Canal Zone, which will give it huge influence in the region, and it is a natural fit for the Chinese to come to the aid of its Communist brothers.

China feels it has the right to do what it wants in the Western Hemisphere, because the U.S. has such a huge influence in the Far East.....They will always use this as their excuse.

I still say we need to make a deal with China and give them the East (except Japan and Australia/NZ), and tell them they have no business meddling in South America.

The two countries can be the hegemone of their respective regions...........And can be awsome trade partners as well.

It'll never happen though.......Instead we'll just have to live with the Dragon blowing fire up our asses from our "soft underbelly."

At 11:57 PM, Blogger William said...

Mark: I think it'd be great if we built better relations with our neighbors. The first step to such a move is really to develop our domestic policy; then, we could truly be able to aid other nations.

Pero: China is definitely an adversary. I have a friend from Venezuela who says that Chavez is not a bad president. The problem with that is that he is making a grave decision. China has a strong arm, and they are flexing it.

At 12:11 AM, Blogger Goat said...

Their is plenty of oil we just need refineries to handle the heavy oil from Akaska and along the entire South american,Mexican and US coast,vast amounts of oil,shoot our oil shale deposits smoke Saudi Arabia as well as new sites in Canada. Oil is a product of earth's geology not biology. I don't have the info right on hand though it is readily available if I found it. We need refineries,there is plenty of oil.

At 1:01 AM, Blogger Poison Pero said...

Today I was reading that Iran and Venezuela are working on economic and "military" alliances.


We have allowed this to happen in our backyard, and will keep getting kicked in the backside till we take care of the problem.

At 12:55 PM, Blogger William said...

Pero: That kind of thing is kinda' frustrating because then not only would we have to worry about Iran, but we'd have to worry about Venezuela as well - obviously. I really do not know what our options as a nation are for policing this alliance knowing that it could be a huge global threat.

As global police, we Americans have made some huge mistakes, but we've also done a lot of good! What good could come from a V and I alliance?!


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