Saturday, June 09, 2007

Teetering On The Brink of Apocalypse

Teetering On The Brink of Apocalypse

“In Iraq, the new 'Hydrocarbon Law,' if it passes the puppet parliament, is a shameless scheme to rape and plunder the country's oil treasure. It's a blueprint for privatization giving foreign investors (meaning US and UK mainly) a bonanza of resources, leaving Iraqis a sliver for themselves. Its complex provisions give the Iraqi National Oil Company exclusive control of just 17 of the country's 80 known oil fields with all yet-to-be-discovered deposits set aside for foreign investors. It's even worse with Big Oil free to expropriate all earnings with no obligation to invest anything in Iraq's economy, partner with Iraqi companies, hire local workers, respect union rights, or share new technologies. Foreign investors would be granted long-term contracts up to 35 years, dispossessing Iraq of its own resources in a scheme to steal them. That's what launched our road to war in 1991 having nothing to do with Saddam threatening anyone. It hasn't stopped since. The Bush (preventive war) Doctrine spelled out our intentions in June, 2002. It then became NSS policy in September getting us directly embroiled in the Middle East and Central Asia and indirectly with proxy forces in countries like Somalia so other oil-rich African nations (like Sudan) get the message either accede to our will or you're next in the target queue. With the world's energy supplies finite, the US heavily dependent on imports, and ‘peak oil’ near or approaching, ‘security’ for America means assuring a sustainable supply of what we can't do without. It includes waging wars to get it, protect it, and defend the maritime trade routes over which it travels. That means energy's partnered with predatory New World Order globalization, militarism, wars, ecological recklessness, and now an extremist US administration willing to risk Armageddon for world dominance. Central to its plan is first controlling essential resources everywhere, at any cost, starting with oil and where most of it is located in the Middle East and Central Asia.” Resource Wars - Can We Survive Them? by Stephen Lendman http://www.globalresearch.ca/

The barbarian elites who rule the West ( and their puppets) have determined that perpetual wars designed to control, expropriate and exploit the natural, mineral and human resources of much of the world is the way to go and the rest of us will have to suffer through this nightmare of pillage, plunder, rapine and carnage. Because they are psychopathic heathens they don’t care their agenda will result in massive death, devastation, destruction and deprivation for the human race. We can see this happening now in Haiti, Columbia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and coming soon to a war zone near you: Nigeria, Sudan and Iran. Under the guise of “national security” and the totally bogus “Global War on Terror” the barbarians use slick propaganda and psychological warfare on their own people (and captive populations like us) to justify, rationalize and initiate carnage and bloodletting on a world wide scale. They use the media, their social institutions and ennobling language to justify their slaughter and rapine. The Bu$h administration, the latest New World Order sycophants seems determined to carry out global resource wars designed to extend US corporate and military hegemony over large swaths of the planet.
Recently the Bu$h administration shared its “thinking” on Iraq saying they were using the extended US presence in Korea as a “model” . I have been saying for years the savages who ordered the invasion of Iraq have no plans whatsoever of departing from the region any time soon. The fascists who run the US government covet Iraq’s oil, while the Zionists who plan to destabilize their Arab and Muslim neighbors have a mutual interest in establishing a permanent Neo-Colonial military occupation of the region. Bu$h, the NWO’s useful idiot, his Secretary of State Gates and the top military man in Iraq have all indicated they favor an extended military presence in Iraq. In fact the US has been paying for construction of major military bases since the invasion and plan to create four giant bases in Iraq. “In May 2005, United States military forces in Iraq occupied 106 bases, according to a report in the Washington Post.1 Military commanders told that newspaper they eventually planed to consolidate these bases into four large airbases at Tallil, Al Asad, Balad and either Irbil or Qayyarah. But other reports suggest the U.S. military has plans for even more bases: In April 2003 report in The New York Times reported that ‘the U.S. is planning a long-term military relationship with the emerging government of Iraq, one that would grant the Pentagon access to military bases and project American influence into the heart of the unsettled region.’ According to the Chicago Tribune, U.S. engineers are focusing on constructing 14 ‘enduring bases,’ to serve as long-term encampments for thousands of American troops. As of mid-2005, the U.S. military had 106 forward operating bases in Iraq, including what the Pentagon calls 14 ‘enduring’ bases (twelve of which are located on the map) – all of which are to be consolidated into four mega-bases.” http://www.fcnl.org/iraq/bases.htm
To “pacify” Iraq Bu$h and company have escalated the aerial assault and have sent more troops into Baghdad in a futile attempt to squash the anti-occupation resistence fighters. This means more killing and more maiming. US casualties have soured and the bombings are killing more Iraqis generating more anti-AmeriKKKan sentiment, this is a lose-lose situation all the way around. “BAGHDAD - Four years into the war that opened with ‘shock and awe,’ U.S. warplanes have again stepped up attacks in Iraq, dropping bombs at more than twice the rate of a year ago. The air power escalation parallels a nearly four-month-old security crackdown that is bringing 30,000 additional U.S. troops into Baghdad and its surroundings - an urban campaign aimed at restoring order to an area riven with sectarian violence .It also reflects increased availability of planes from U.S. aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf. And it appears to be accompanied by a rise in Iraqi civilian casualties. In the first 4 ½ months of 2007, American aircraft dropped 237 bombs and missiles in support of ground forces in Iraq, already surpassing the 229 expended in all of 2006, according to U.S. Air Force figures obtained by The Associated Press.” http://www.theeagle.com/stories/060607/world_20070606025.php
Bu$h has in effect escalated the war/occupation of Iraq! His stealth escalation of the occupation was aided by the sell out Democrats who recently caved in and continued funding the occupation with no demands for troop withdrawals or draw down time lines. The AmeriKKKan people’s wishes for a rapid end to this fiasco are being ignored as the warmongers in both political parties have committed to increasing the carnage in Iraq. In addition to the escalation of the Iraq occupation, the US is now bombing Somalia and supporting reactionary puppet/proxy forces from Ethiopia in their invasion of Somalia as they attempt to soften Somalia up for the eventual US take over of Somalia’s oil resources.
Meanwhile the NeoCon/Zionist warmongers are frothing at the mouth going crazier every day trying to foment a pretext for a pre-emptive attack on Iran similar to the Israelis who bombed the French built Iraqi nuclear reactor back in 1981. Such an attack would escalate hostilities throughout the region and perhaps bring the world to the brink of nuclear war. Both Russia and China have diplomatic and economic relations with Iran. China buys a lot of oil from Iran. A direct attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities by Israel or the US would cause massive nuclear fallout that would endanger the whole region and be perceived by Russia and China as an indirect attack upon them and their people!
Do the NeoCons care? Do they care they’ve murder over 600,000 Iraqis? Obviously not. Depopulation is one of the New World Order goals so they literally will kill two birds with one stone. These savages have the world on the brink of disaster. There is no doubt they pose a dire threat to the global ecosystem and all humanity. “The new ‘Great Game's’ begun, but this time the stakes are greater than ever as explained above. The old one lasted nearly 100 years pitting the British empire against Tsarist Russia when the issue wasn't oil. This time, it's the US with help from Israel, Britain, the West, and satellite states like Japan, South Korea and Taiwan challenging Russia and China with today's weapons and technology on both sides making earlier ones look like toys. At stake is more than oil. It's planet earth with survival of all life on it issue number one twice over. Resources and wars for them means militarism is increasing, peace declining, and the planet's ability to sustain life front and center, if anyone's paying attention. They'd better be because beyond the point of no return, there's no second chance the way Einstein explained after the atom was split. His famous quote on future wars was : ‘I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.’” Resource Wars - Can We Survive Them? by Stephen Lendman http://www.globalresearch.ca/
All is not lost, peace loving people of the world could through acts of supreme sanity and great courage turn these psychopaths out thereby preventing World War III or IV depending on whose version of history you subscribe to. General strikes, boycotts and various forms of civil disobedience could be extremely effective in altering the warmonger’s plans and policies. The alternative is certain perpetual lies more war, death and destruction.

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