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 Why is US government causing civil unrest in other countries? what do US have to gain? Ask yourself these questions? Is the US government there to help the people? Answer is NO

What is true involvement of US Government? Here is the List of some countries not all

1. Gulf War

2. Serbia

3. Iraq

4. South Africa

5. Afghanistan

6. Libya

7. Syria

8. Egypt

9. Ukraine

Company in Which Joe Biden's Son Is Director Prepares To Drill Shale Gas in East Ukraine

Ukraine's shale gas deposits, keeping in mind that the Dnieper-Donets basin which lies in the hotly contested eastern part of the nation and where as everyone knows by now a bloody civil war is raging, is the major oil and gas producing region of Ukraine accounting for approximately 90 per cent of Ukrainian production and according to EIA may have 42 tcf of shale gas resources technically recoverable from 197 tcf of risked shale gas in place.

 

Why Clinton Bombed the Serbs - A National Disgrace Few American Even Know Nor Care About

1. To appease the Islamic world for our daily bombing of Iraq. President Clinton wanted to prove to the Muslim world that we really cared and that we were willing to destroy a Christian people to prove it.

2. The Saudis wanted the first Islamic country in the belly of Europe, and Clinton wanted cheap oil and Saudi money. The Saudis had signed a letter of intent to buy $6 billion worth of Boeing aircraft. The day after we bombed the Serbs in 1995 based on the self-inflicted Markale market place massacre by Bosnian Muslim forces, the Saudis signed on the dotted line. A coincidence? I don't think so. This is what Yossef Bodansky, author of "Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America," had to say in his 1995 book, "Offensive in the Balkans:"

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