Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

2 December - Beating Around the Bush



I was looking at my Index trying to find a post from August revealing what I had found in a Search based on Bush Family property in Afghanistan - and I couldn't find it ! A little more diligent research was rewarded with O$ama Who ?


Jordan Maxwell - You are property of the Rothschild family!


To my beautiful and innocent children,
I am so very sorry.
I am sorry that you are growing up in times that are very challenging. I am sorry that it is not easy to be a Muslim kid right now the way it was when I was a kid.
I am sorry that it has become ok for people on tv and people in power to say terrible things about us and about our religion.
I am sorry that people can be hurtful and call us names when we are just trying to go shopping.
I am sorry that we have to defend ourselves every time a Muslim criminal does something awful - I know it gets so tiring. And I know that other communities don’t have to do it so I’m sorry that there are double standards.
I am sorry that you may be judged every time you leave the house looking like a Muslim. I am sorry that some people think that since we cover our head, it must mean that we have also covered our minds.

FBI document, numbered 199I WF213589 and emanating out of the FBI’s Washington field office, alleged that the cynicism of the American establishment and "connections between the CIA and Saudi Arabia and the Bush men and bin Ladens" may have been the real cause of the deaths of thousands in the World Trade Centre attacks.

The investigation, which featured in the BBC’s leading current affairs programme, Newsnight, said the FBI was told to "back off" investigating one of Osama bin Laden’s brothers, Abdullah, who was linked to "the Saudi-funded World Association of Muslim Youth (WAMY), a suspected terrorist organisation," whose accounts have still not frozen by the US treasury despite "being banned by Pakistan some weeks ago and India claiming it was linked to an organisation involved in bombing in Kashmir".



The Bush “Dynasty of Death:" Four Generations
of Wall Street War-Making and War-Profiteering  PDF



Was the attack on Afghanistan
planned prior to September 11?  PDF



A tradition of terror


Editorial: Is U.S. fighting unwinnable war in Afghanistan?

Most of us will never experience, during our entire lives, the death and destruction that encompasses their vulnerable existence each and every day. 
The benefactors of the illegal and immoral invasion of Afghanistan, which began October 7, 2001, were administration-friendly, multi-national corporations and oil. The initial recipients of the blood money were the weapons manufacturers. After destroying the infrastructure, "more than 70 American companies and individuals have won up to $8 billion in contracts for work in postwar Iraq and Afghanistan over the last two years, according to a new study by the Center for Public Integrity. Those companies donated more money to the presidential campaigns of George W. Bush — a little over $500,000 — than to any other politician over the last dozen years, the Center found." (October 30, 2003) [
"DU weapons were extensively used in both countries (Afghanistan and Iraq) as weapons of extermination of present and future generations, genocidal in properties. It is only the oil pipelines, oil wells and platforms and the contracts of Corporations which had to be secured; even as the livelihood and economies of both nations were destroyed. The war waged on Afghanistan was manifestly a war of aggression." [3]


Afghanistan: Destroying their property and insulting their intelligence (Rep. Lynn Woolsey)

The trip taken by the U.S. delegation to the NATO Summit in Lisbon was an expensive one indeed. The decision made there to extend our military occupation of Afghanistan into 2014 (and possibly beyond) will exact untold, unsustainable, unacceptable costs.  
 
A war that has tragically already cost us 1,400 American lives will now take many hundreds more. A war that has already drained the treasury of $370 billion will drive us further into debt and stall our economic recovery. And a war that has undermined our national security goals will continue to make us less safe. Here we are patting down holiday travelers at the airport while we escalate a war that is fomenting rather than fighting terrorism. That’s the current state of our national security policy -- talk about missing the forest for the trees.


The New U.S.-British Oil Imperialism Part 1

The American and British ruling circles have been engaged in a policy of military imperialism for several centuries. The American revolution was fought to bring the United States under new, non-British ruling circles, with the new regime sold to the public as a democracy. In the twentieth century, these American ruling elites have revolved around the Rockefeller, Brown, Harriman, and Morgan family dynasties. The Bush family, beginning with Prescott Bush, have served as satraps of the Rockefeller, Brown, and Harriman interests.


Bush Family Value$



Oil dynasties

"WHY DID the Bush administration approve the secret airlift out of America of 140 Saudis, including two dozen relatives of Osama bin Laden, just after September 11?"

  [ "Chicken Hawks" are people who are enthused about their country engaging WAR – which is why they are called "hawks", – but who make sure that their own butts are nowhere near the fighting – which makes them "Chicken Hawks" . – ]
        "I am angry that so many of the sons of the powerful and well-placed... managed to wangle slots in Reserve and National Guard units. . . Of the many tragedies of Vietnam, this raw class discrimination strikes me as the most damaging to the ideal that all Americans are created equal and owe equal allegiance to their country."
                (Colin Powell's autobiography, My American Journey, p. 148) 

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