Sunday, June 10, 2007

Iraq Was Always Permanent, And Only A Piece Of The Pie

It doesn't matter what vernacular the Would Be Masters of the World use, their intention was to rumble into Iraq and take the country over forever, or at least until the oil ran out. So now that they're using terms like "beyond the horizon" and "Korean model" it's just other words for a permanent presense to secure the conquered plunder and to crush the local resistance to foreign subjugation.

It's not like the Bushistas suddenly came across this grandiose idea of long term occupancy, a lot of people saw what they were doing for years, even though the rotten MSM chose to ignore it. Iraq is just a part of the long term plan to control the entire planet by any means necessary. The fascists have been busy colonizing and building what they consider permanent bases in a lot of other places besides Iraq. There are about 750 of them worldwide and counting. You might have heard our globetrotting Resident claim today that Kosovo should be independent, in another backhand slap to Russian opposition. Well the US has already claimed Kosovo as it's own colony and is busy expanding it's Camp Bondsteel there. Sorry Vlad.

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So how do you like living in a would be empire rather than a democratic republic? Lorded over by autocratic tyrants, saddled with more and more taxes to finance their bloody ambitions, responsible for the deaths and misery of millions? Because empire is what weve been turned into, like it or not. As Chalmers Johnson puts it at Alternet, we've reached the Big League:

"Interestingly enough, the thirty-eight large and medium-sized American facilities spread around the globe in 2005 -- mostly air and naval bases for our bombers and fleets -- almost exactly equals Britain's thirty-six naval bases and army garrisons at its imperial zenith in 1898. The Roman Empire at its height in 117 AD required thirty-seven major bases to police its realm from Britannia to Egypt, from Hispania to Armenia. Perhaps the optimum number of major citadels and fortresses for an imperialist aspiring to dominate the world is somewhere between thirty-five and forty."

Wow, bully for us.
At least there are some people who don't mind being conquered.

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