Re: Theos-World Does anybody want to die for oil?
Nov 21, 2002 11:06 AM
by Steve Stubbs
--- In theos-talk@y..., Bart Lidofsky <bartl@s...> wrote:
> Perhaps the fact that he was legally elected has something to do
Well, it is true that he was elected by the Supreme Court and it is
also true that the votes of the justices (there are only nine) were
fairly counted. I admired Jeb Bush for recusing himself from the
process in the interest of government integrity. There are others
who should have done the same.
> Making peace with Iraq would help the big oil companies far more
> war would. The oil companies are all against the war; they just
> sanctions lifted.
I hope you are right that that the oil executives who are out of
power persuade the oil excecutives who are in.
> 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.
I am missing something somewhere. Thet were unable to sort out the
signal from all the noise, but that has happened before, notably at
Pearl Harbor. Another problem was that the most vital intelligence
was in the hands of domestic law enforcement organizations which were
loath to share it. What does that have to do with the impending oil
> Colombia and Venezuela do not have the world's foremost experts on
> biological warfare working for them.
Neither did Iraq until we sold them the bio agents which were the
basis for their program. All the administration has to do is sell
the same agents to those two countries and voila! A new
Theat there will be futther oil wars is already apparent. The
administration is now telling people to forget about al Qaeda and
have an Orwellian Ten Minute Hate toward Hezbollah, which is not
attacking us, but which is supposedly controlled by Iran, another oil
power. Colobia seems like the most likely staging area for Oil War
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