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U.S. Enemies Align With Cuba to Claim Gulf Oil

January 3, 2007  •  From theTrumpet.com
While politicians and environmentalists stifle U.S. access to oil off Florida’s coast, Cuba encourages exploitation by competitors of the U.S.
 

The waters 60 miles off the coast of Florida are stirring these days. It’s not so much the fury of hurricanes and shuttling of pleasure liners and tourist boats. It’s the heavier-duty traffic churning through the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea surrounding the island nation of Cuba.

Stimulated by recent discoveries of oil in the North Cuba Basin, within almost eye-shot of the Florida Keys, nations that do not necessarily all have the best of intentions toward the United States are vying for a stake in exploitation of these reserves that border U.S. territory.

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