US and UK set about depopulating South Sudan to secure resources for corporations

US and UK pursuing a ‘massive land grab’ in South Sudan

Salva Kiir government in South Sudan is effectively “a terrorist government put in power by the West” to tap into country’s vast resources, war correspondent Keith Harmon Snow, told RT.
RT: How possible is another irrevocable split – this time of South Sudan? Or has that already happened in reality?

Keith Harmon Snow: It is already happening in reality. The fighting since December 15 has led to the murder of about 5,000 people in the Juba area according to reports we are getting from South Sudan. Of course, none of this is in the international media at all; the international press is completely relying on the government of Salva Kiir for their facts and their information. And the government of Salva Kiir is effectively a terrorist government put in power by the West.
RT: What interests are the US and UK pursuing in South Sudan? Why they are involved there?

KS: Massive land grab! We are talking about agricultural resources that have not been tapped into that [huge] agribusiness want to take control of it. Sudan is home to massive properties that are producing, or have produced in the past, the main ingredient for soft drinks and ice cream, which is gum-arabic. The Darfur area in particular was [important] because the gum-arabic produced there [accounts for two-thirds] of the world’s supply, and it’s the best gum-arabic in the world. South Sudan has mining reserves and it also has massive oil reserves. Those are the biggest interests: land, oil, mining and agricultural production.
RT: How is the conflict affecting the oil industry and what is the international community doing about it?

KS: The oil industry in Sudan has backed the terrorism that happened there and agents of power that have put in place the government of Salva Kiir. The agents that supported the South Sudan, Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), would be the government of Uganda and powerful factions from the United States, including cooperative executives from the oil companies.
The interests of the oil companies have been served by bringing the SPLA into power, which they did, and they succeeded in creating a separate independent state called South Sudan. In the process, the oil has continued to flow out of South Sudan. They have brought about this situation and every day there is killing inside South Sudan; it benefits the oil companies because if you remove the people you have greater control of the land.
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4 Responses to “US and UK set about depopulating South Sudan to secure resources for corporations”

  1. Anonymous says:

    We’ve seen it all before, from WWI to the Arab Spring and the latest civil unrest in Sudan.
    Multi national corporations and banks under the guise of the ambiguous title of “International Community” led by the United Nations seek to steal by stealth foreign lands and resources to further their insatiable greed and morbid agenda to control the world economies and governments which once accomplished brings them under the helm of the “New World Order”.
    To achieve this goal coup d’états, assassinations, false arrests, imprisonments and executions are the order of the day with the inevitable overthrow of governments to be replaced by CEO’s compliant to the “New Order Agenda”.

    Gordon.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, this sounds like what is happening in Ireland, depopulation by default, house prices having dropped.
    Massive oil fields have been found under Southern Ireland, the Government gave the ‘ rights ‘ away to the Oil Company’s.
    They should have all been millionaires.

  3. Tapestry says:

    There is no political entity called Southern Ireland.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Sorry Tap, could I say near Ireland.http://www.shelltosea.com/content/gas-oil-robbery.

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