$1 Trillion Motherlode of Lithium and Gold Discovered in Afghanistan

Source: Mining [dot] Com.

Now the American surrender in Afghanistan makes sense. Clearly, the globalists have lost faith in U.S. control of Afghanistan’s development and want to bring in a new management team, probably China.

7 thoughts on “$1 Trillion Motherlode of Lithium and Gold Discovered in Afghanistan

  1. Your article from 2010….2010!!!!…while enlightening about what MAY be available to be mined, is “old news”. It was written 9 years AFTER we went in, 7 years after we shifted focus to Iran, and – IMO, if the country had been stable enough, the mining would have commenced and the Afghan government awash in cash NOT form our coffers to pay for their own training and internal improvements.

    I don’t think any country can manage a country that has radicals who insist on taking it back to the 15th century. Instead of being concerned about exports of metals, we should be more concerned with the security of THIS country. But as pointed out by others, this has been a disaster in waiting through three plus administrations

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      1. From your source:

        “The battle is far from being won between lack of security, government uncertainty and the Taliban in the background.”

        The Chinese seem to be taking it slowly on copper. But the lack of infrastructure to support mining is a huge hurdle. Regardless of the minerals being discussed

        It ain’t the “globalists” that want us out; it is the Taliban and they could not care less about the potential income. That is what I took from your nationalinterest piece.

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        1. RE: “It ain’t the ‘globalists’ that want us out…”

          I can’t read minds, but I find it an unlikely coincidence that just after Stumble Joe begins implementing a Green New Deal in the U.S., a “Saudi Arabia of Lithium” becomes feasible in Afghanistan, just not under U.S. leadership.

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          1. You can’t read minds, but you can make up theories that are completely out of touch with reality.

            The Taliban and farmers are happy with opium production. They could not care less about selling rare metals to the rest of the world. Regardless of who is trying to convince them of it. – IMO

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          2. RE: “The Taliban and farmers are happy with opium production.”

            Maybe they are happy, but they can’t compete with today’s synthetic opium (fentanyl).

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