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Saturday, February 12, 2005

US blood for oil program...

"These are the spoils for which George W. Bush has killed more than 100,000 human beings." By Chris Floyd 02/11/05 "Moscow Times". Here's an excerpt:
The Administration's true objective in Iraq is brutally simple: U.S. domination of Middle East oil. This is no secret. Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz began writing about this "strategic necessity" in 1992, as Alternet reminds us; and in September 2000, a group led by Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld openly called for a U.S. military takeover of Iraq -- even if the regime of Saddam Hussein was no longer in power. At every point in their savaging of Iraq, the Bushists have pressed relentlessly toward this oily goal.

The objective was revealed -- yet again -- in a recent Washington appearance by Iraqi Finance Minister Adil Abdel-Mahdi. Standing alongside a top State Department official, Abdel-Mahdi announced that Iraq's government wants to open the nation's oil fields to foreign investment -- not only the pumped product flowing through the pipes, but the very oil in the ground, the common patrimony of the Iraqi people.
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(Compliments of DS)

6 Comments:

Anonymous kyte said...

Absolutely right. Afghanistan was about pipelines from the Caspian to the Indian Ocean. The contracts were signed by the Bush puppet soon after the Taliban were deposed, and isn't it interesting how quickly the majority of US troops were taken out of Afghanistan and sent to Iraq, without finding hide nor hair of Osama bin Laden.

All that BS about finding him wherever he is... so much crap. They NEED bin Laden alive and well because if he's dead, they have lost all their rationale for invading anywhere.

The Bush administration scares me .. no matter what they say I can't help being reminded of Nazi Germany before the war. Bush is intent on world domination. And because he's a born again Christian and totally mad, I also can't help wondering if some of his decisions are based in a desire to see the predictions of Revelations come true. And THAT scares the crap outta me.

February 13, 2005 7:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of foreign investment... worth a look is the approval by the Australian government permitting the sale of Western Mining.

k

February 13, 2005 7:34 AM  
Blogger Gerry said...

Yes, Kyte. Bin Laden was, after all, their boy in the eighties, so who says he ever resigned?

I've often said in this blog that it's like 1936 in Germany, only now the whole world is being grabbed, so where can you run to? Where do you go to get away from the WTO, the World Bank, and the IMF? They now make the rules governing investment, trade and even who is allowed to grow what.

But it's not Bush. He's too stupid. He's merely the puppet, the front man, the mouthpiece. It's the unelected Neocons who are running this show.

The Christians too are convenient puppets. Very convenient puppets indeed. The more crazy it gets, the more the Christians will go "Wow, Revelations, yeah!" as their eyes glaze over.

Xstrata? British/Swiss. Rio Tinto British) owns Ranger and Jabiluka.

I think that the US now dominates British politics and that we're just an unfortunate little puppet in this new American empire, welcomed because we can speak their language, have resources they want, and are geo-strategially vital to their evil plot. And Howard has turned the Liberals into Neocons and sold us to the US.

I think it's so bad that the truth gets dismissed as conspiracy theory, and so they can't lose. It's all over, Red Rover, uness somehow, someone can wake the masses up, but I don't see how that can happen.

The masses too have been bought with consumerism, mortgages and the privatisation of superannuation. Socialism is dead and capitalism will trash the globe and turn 90% of us into slaves servicing the Elite. Democracy? Dreamtime!

[/rant]

February 13, 2005 8:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kyte and Gerry - I agree, without bin Laden Bush would be nowhere. In fact before 9/11 all he did was vacation. The liberal media keeps saying how clever Karl Rove is and I suppose compared to Bush everyone is, but Rove's just using the same stragedy the Nazi's used to take over Germany (that's one reason why you shouldn't ignore history). I wouldn't be a bit surprised to find out that the terrorist attacks in Iraq were being carried out by the CIA! (Gladio all over again)

DS

February 13, 2005 12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As for why the British and Autralian governments are on board with Bush, watch what happens when Blair & Howard finally get the boot! PM Major got a lucrative position with the Carlyse Group (a private company at one time headed up by Bush Snr with the likes of James Baker on the payroll and making a mint off companies with defense contracts) after leaving government.

DS

But the Bushites are only following in the footsteps of our illustrious founding fathers like Washington and Hamilton.

February 13, 2005 12:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In a previous comment I mispelled Carlyle Group. Is mispelled as innocent as misspoke (a lie by any other name)? Or am I guilty of a felony?

DS

February 14, 2005 11:50 AM  

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