Blog de Antonio Romea. Intérprete Jurado de Ruso e Inglés.

Blog de ANTONIO ROMEA. Переводчик Антонио Ромеа. Traductor e Intérprete Jurado de Ruso. Intérprete de Conferencias Ruso-Español-Inglés. En este blog se publican artículos publicados y otros rechazados ¿censurados? en prensa española e internacional. También artículos sobre Política Internacional de varios autores. Y temas de Interpretación RU-ES-ENG.
Tras la Segunda Guerra Mundial (1945) se fundó la ONU, la cual condenó el Colonialismo. Se inició el proceso de Independencia de las naciones de Africa y Asia (1948-1965), ex-colonias de Francia e Inglaterra. EEUU desarrolló una política de neocolonialismo: dominio politico-económico, pero no militar directo en Hispanoamérica y otras regiones. Su intento colonial directo fue derrotado en Vietnam (1977).

La disolución de la URSS en 1991, puso fin a la Guerra Fría y la bipolaridad en que se había mantenido el Mundo desde la II Guerra Mundial. La Administración de EEUU, sin contrapeso, como Imperio incontestado, se lanzó a la conquista clásica de colonias.

Las víctimas: Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afganistán, Somalia...

Se presiona a los países que limitan las “inversiones” extranjeras, se les obliga a que "abran sus mercados" a los capitales occidentales: Irán, Siria, China, Zimbawe, Corea del Norte, Myammar, Sudán, etc.

Las Instituciones Internacionales, ONU, Premio Nobel, Tribunal de la Haya, IAEA, han dejado de ser neutrales. Adulteradas, son instrumento de esta nueva política colonial. También denominada Neocolonialismo:

1. Exportación de capitales.

2. Adquisición de territorios: Medios de Producción (empresas e industrias), Materias Primas y Energía (recursos naturales).

La forma es clásica, lo hicieron portugueses y españoles (S.XVI-XVII), e ingleses y franceses (S.XVIII-XIX), la retórica ha cambiado: Antes se colonizaba, mataba, destruía y sometía a la pobreza a los pueblos para "Cristianizarles" o “Civilizarles", en el S.XXI para "Democratizarles".

En el S.XXI comienza con un retroceso ético y legal con respecto a los principios fundacionales de la ONU, que debía garantizar la NO repetición de guerras contra civiles y crímenes contra la Humanidad.

International Affairs and Colonialism in S.XXI. Interpretation Russian-English-Spanish

7 nov. 2010

Does Qantas Airbus has enemies?

After the explosion in an engine of the Airbus A380 and its emergency landing in Singapore, Qantas and Singapore Airlines have suspended flights with these aircraft, until the European engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce revise them.
Airbus has already sent a research team at Singapore, but say the ultimate responsibility for the research corresponds to the Australian authorities, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB).

Witnesses at the Indonesian island of Batam say they saw as being on the plane flight produced an explosion in its engine and pieces of the fuselage fell to the ground.
We hope to clarify the true cause and is made public, which is often difficult when there are powerful economic interests at stake, like it happened in 11-S 2001 in New York or with Kennedy asessination.

Meanwhile, Qantas flight routes Sydney-Los Angeles and Sydney-London route will be operated by the Boeing 747-400 aircraft, and the London-Singapore flights planned to be carried aboard a 777 for Boeing operated by British Airways. The same British Airways who had already retired its last Boeing 757 on 30 October.

The American company Boeing is the other producer of large airliners. Before it was almost a monopoly, the sole supplier of long distances airlines and since Europe began to produce and sell, from 2007, Airbus is losing its market share.

The accident was fatally casual, as it coincides with the State visit of Chinese Prime Minister to Paris, where he signed an agreement for more than a billion euros to buy 109 Airbus China. Which was good news for the European manufacturer (France, Spain, United Kingdom), but not for its American competitor.

This accident reminds us of the tragic end which had the Concorde supersonic aircraft only for civilian use, could have been the next technological step in the global aviation and have replaced the current passenger aircraft.
But the technology was European, French and not American. Therefore, for decades there was a tacit boycott by the Boeing and U.S. administrations.
In times of Kissinger came to prevent the Concorde flew into U.S. airspace contaminated ground that, although the U.S. Air Force supersonic aircraft also used.
"These accidents are due to European aviation technology is less reliable and therefore you should buy American produce by sabotage who favor competitors? There is commercial terrorism?

The question is troubling, as large American companies have a long history of collusion with the CIA, of hiring thugs or fund private armies (from Death Squads to Blackwaters), who were themselves accused of assassinating political leaders and other acts of sabotaje that could be considered commercial terrorism, if not State terrorism.

In the early 50's, the interests of the United Fruit Company were behind the assassination of then President of Guatemala, Arbenz.
Panama, July 1981, a bomb exploded in the plane of President Torrijos, who tried to nationalize the Canal.
Ecuador, May 1981: President's Roldós helicopter broke, after hr proposed the Hydrocarbons law. Shortly after, Texaco won oil concessions in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
And in 2003, the first benefits of the invasion and destruction of Iraq, even before than the oil companies (Chevron, Texaco, BP) and the reconstruction business (Cheney's Halliburton, Bechtel) - were for arms companies, including Boeing and Lockheed. This was because the Pentagon spent his arsenal of weapons and missiles and had to reorder these companies millionaires. Boeing is a major producer of weapons, besides making the other large passenger aircraft in the market.

Although Qantas Airbus incident had been due to a bomb or sabotage, probably not transcend public opinion, as if i did, from now would be required for airlines companies that acquired the Airbus, to implement a security protocol for external staff who have access to the planes, similar to that we apply to passengers in airposrts. If exists a commercial terrorism, would be as dangerous as Islamic.

On american companies involved in sabotage and war you can read more in:

"Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" John Perkins.
"War and Business", Rolf Uesseler.
"Shadow Warriors: The CIA Hero of 100 Unknown Battles", Felix Rodriguez and John Weisman.
"Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatize Military Industry, PW Singer.
"Private Warriors: Private Armies and the New World Order" Douglas & McIntyre.

Antonio Romea. International Relations Analyst (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

No hay comentarios:

Publicar un comentario