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War to also plunder the U.S. Treasury
Posted: Wednesday, June 22, 2005

A War Waged by Liars and Morons
"Cynical Americans say the answer is oil. But $300 billion would have bought the oil without getting anyone killed, without destroying America's reputation in the world and without stirring up countless terrorist recruits for al Qaida."

Comment by Ayinde
Updated: June 23, 2005

Yes, America as a nation 'could afford' to purchase the oil in Iraq. But this war is not about benefits for the ordinary people in the United States of America. It is about protecting and enhancing the financial interest of a few. The bulk of tax money being allocated for this war is lining the pockets of a few corporations, especially Halliburton.

Disenfranchising and victimizing foreigners creates more enemies and this feeds the 'us against them' negative discrimination that keeps ordinary Americans distracted from the fact that the whole exercise is also to exploit them. The Government creates the enemies then tells the U.S. people that it needs funds to defend them and protect their way of life. The war on terror is a smoke screen to also take tax dollars to organize countries to serve the financial interest of a few U.S. corporations. It allows then to remote control the economies of other countries.

Bombing creates the need to rebuild so they need more funds for this exercise. All of this is part of the scam that adds an illusion of legitimacy to plunder the U.S. Treasury.

These illusions keep U.S. taxpayers from realizing that the bulk of their tax dollars for this 'war' is going to the Bush government's selected corporations. Oil is a part of the entire exercise. None of this really benefits the average American. They are robbing all sides, including ordinary Americans, for the material enrichment of a few white males.

U.S. citizens are not aware that they are the collateral that the government uses to get access to the money in the treasury. In the end they too will become collateral damage.


Also Read:

The War To Save The U.S. Dollar
The Americans could live with Saddam until he started selling oil for euros instead of U.S. dollars. Then the Europeans could live with him.
 

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