Chinese Oil Interests – A Dialog With My Sister-in-Law

December 5, 2013

China Oilfield Services Ltd. (click for larger image)
China Oilfield Services Ltd.
(click for larger image)

My sister-in-law writes this morning:

“Wow.  Check out the very last sentence.

There is already a Chinese community down near Carrizo springs /crystal city, for them to stay while “learning the oil and had drilling business”. They have their own school, stores etc. for their families.

after they have learned the business then they are supposedly returning to china.”

I reply:

Dear Sister-in-Law,

No, they will not return to China. The Chinese are preparing to take over Middle East oilfields, already underway in Iraq and Iran.

Revelation 9:13-16 foretells of an army of 200,000,000 soldiers coming against Israel. Why would mighty China want to attack tiny Israel? Tiny Israel could blow to smithereens those oilfields of Iraq and Iran. Present military strength exceeds 4,500,000 personnel. To give you an idea of the magnitude of the Chinese military, read this excerpt from 2013 “The Annual Report to Congress: Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China”, page 41.

“According to Chinese media, between 2008 and 2011, the PLA employed more than 2.4 million active-duty forces, roughly 7.82 million militia and reservists, and more than 6,700 aircraft sorties for MOOTW, including high-profile events such as the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2011 evacuation of Chinese citizens from Libya. Within the past year, China’s MOOTW experience has included dispatching soldiers to work with civilian entities to provide disaster relief in Yunnan Province following a 5.6 magnitude earthquake in September, and counter-piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden. Additionally, the PLA has increasingly committed itself to UN peacekeeping operations and continues military engagements as a member of the SCO.”

Over half of all Middle East oil passes through the Strait of Hormuz and half of all of China’s imported oil passes through the Strait of Malacca, through which some 40% of all world trade also passes. The Chinese president once referred to the Strait of Malacca as “China’s Malacca Dilemma”: China imports over half of all the oil it consumes. Imagine the consequences, if China were to lose half its daily oil supply.

The Chinese government, emboldened by the obvious weakness of the Obama presidency, is now going boldly after the contested Senkaku islands claimed by Japan. It is believed there are rich oil deposits on and around those islands. This is another destination for Chinese oil workers.

Learn more about China Oilfield Services Limited.

Well, there. I’ve done it again. This would make a pretty good blog post.


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