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Here's Why President Obama Made A Historic Trip To Myanmar

Here's Why President Obama Made A Historic Trip To Myanmar

Mamta Badka
Nov. 19, 2012, 10:40 AM

Thousands of people gathered to welcome the president who spoke of bringing much need economic and domestic reforms to the country. But the U.S. has vested interests in the country.

Earlier this year the U.S. began lifting sanctions on the resource rich nation and companies like Chevron and GE have already applied for licenses to operate in Myanmar. Here's a quick run down of why the U.S. is interested in the future of the nation:

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-the-real-reason-preside...



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not to mention checking on his opium fields

to make sure the military is protecting his cash crop for keeping clandestine operations flush around the globe

beephree

Be warned Burma,

the hand of Obamas "friendship" is a steel fist hidden in a velvet glove.

Barack "Caesar" Obama

Is working on
~ creating jobs in Myanmar
~ and aiding and abetting Exxon-Mobil et al in generating more off-shore, non-taxable revenue
~ there's probably a defense project on the drawing board to profit the Pentagon contractors
~ access to child traffiking supply for the pervert globalists
~ maybe another secret torture/prison site for the CIA
~ the possibilities are endless!
~ FORWARD!

you have one too many D's...

...on your final bullet-point, B_T
:-)