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Oil in Tibet, and gold, uranium, cooper

$ | 07.04.2008 14:00 | Anti-militarism | World

The name of the game is always money, and when it comes to the CIA's war against China by promoting Tibet, that is certainly true. There is oil, uranium, gold and copper in Tibet. No wonder we have this latest hysterics over Tibet during the US oil war against Iraq and Afghanistan and perhaps Iran.

This story is on the outstanding website of Global Research at:
"The Tibet Card" by Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, 3/27/08 at
Alexander’s Gas and Oil Connections, 11/11/04, “Qiangtang Basin in Tibet estimated to Hold Oil and Gas Reserves

More reading material on the CIA, the Dalai Lama and Tibet is as follows:

The Making of Modern Tibet by A. Tom Grunfeld (1996) ISBN 1-56324-714-3.

"China, Tibet and the Propaganda Olympics" by William Blum in 3/29-30/08 Counterpunch at:

"Democratic Imperialism:" Tibet, China and the National Endowment for Democracy by Michael Barker, 8/13/07 at:

"Human Rights and Media Manipulation" by Michael Marker, 3/29/08 at

"Hijacking Human Rights" by Michael Barker, 8/3/07 at

"The Myths of 'Democracy Assistance'" US Political Intervention in Post-Soviet Eastern Europe" (on CIA-National Endowment for Democracy) by Gerald Sussman, Monthly Review, Dec 2006 at

"Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth" by Michael Parenti, January 2007 at:

"China, Tibet and US sponsored counterrevolution" of 4/1/08, at

"The CIA's Secret War in Tibet" by Paul Salopek, 1/6/97 at

"The Dalai Lama, Slick Denials and the CIA” by Loren Coleman from Popular Alienation: A Steamshovel Press Reader at

Tibet—Its Ownership and Human Rights Situation, Table of Contents, at:

Ownership of Tibet at

Feudal Serfdom in Old Tibet at

The Dalai Clique’s Separatist Activities and the Central Government Policy

Origins of So-Called “Tibetan Independence” at



Display the following 3 comments

  1. Finally the penny drops — Deely lama
  2. Economics — skunk
  3. Used and used again - first we had the CO2 crap now this — Tony Patterson