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Re: Theos-World Does anybody want to die for oil?

Nov 21, 2002 10:46 AM
by Bart Lidofsky

Steve Stubbs wrote:
> Those folks who wonder if there really is such a thing as
> reincarnation will be pleased to know that George Bush, who was
> governor of Texas before Rick Perry won the recent election and who
> for reasons not understood seems to be living in the white house at
> the moment, 

Perhaps the fact that he was legally elected has something to do with
it. Just because you don't like the results of an election does not mean
that it was invalid, no matter what Democratic Party officials say.
They're just upset because they didn't stuff the ballot boxes enough and
weren't allowed to get away with breaking the law.

> is planning on giving you a chance to test that theory
> first hand. Every former oil executive in tbe Bush administration
> knows that there simply has to be a war for control of the Iraqi oil
> fields. 

Making peace with Iraq would help the big oil companies far more than a
war would. The oil companies are all against the war; they just want the
sanctions lifted.

> Listening to public discussions by residents of policy think
> tanks and ordinary ignoramuses alike it appears that nobody but
> nobody actually believes that nonsense about "weapons of mass
> destruction." 

Strangely enough, those people who scoff at the concept are the same
people who were screaming, a few months back, "The government had
evidence that 9/11 might happen before the event. Why didn't they DO
anything?" Now you know why they didn't do anything.

> The question is then whether the next "problem" will be discovered in
> Colombia or Venezuela. Venezuela is the larger oil producer but some
> observers think Colombia would be a better opportunity for a bunch of
> oil executives looking for an bullshit excuse to attack. They could
> discover a "problem." Then can find a "problem," attack Colombia,
> and then use that as a base from which to attack oil fields in
> Venezuela.

Colombia and Venezuela do not have the world's foremost experts on
biological warfare working for them.

Bart Lidofsky

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