Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Iraq Was Always Going To Be A Free For All Scam

It's not a "war" in Iraq. After the first Gulf Slaughter in 1990 the people of that country were forced to endure the most punitive sanctions in the history of the world for twelve agonizing years. Infrastructure was destroyed and a once prosperous middle eastern nation was reduced to medieval conditions after some million and a half people were murdered. Subsequent United Nations Humanitarian Coordinators all resigned in complete disgust saying they wanted no part of the ongoing genocide. The country was slowly strangled as the american military continuously bombed the hell out of it at will. The fascists were setting the stage for their next big production:
Operation Emptying Taxpayer Pockets

4/23/2003 - Interview with Andrew Natsios, Administrator for the US Agency for International Development, with Ted Koppel, Nightline, ABC News, 23 April 2003 on the costs of Iraqi Reconstruction.
Natsios insists over and over that the total cost will be no more than $1.7 billion.

11/13 2007 - Giddy congressional democrats say the sky's the limit

"The total cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could balloon to $3.5 trillion over the next decade because of such "hidden" costs as oil market disruptions, foregone investments, long-term health care for veterans and interest payments on borrowed war funding, according to a report released by congressional Democrats on Tuesday."


Blogger spooked said...

1.5 bil to 3.5 tril, with nary a peep raised by the politicans or the media?

These guys are fucking awesome.

15/11/07 5:12 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

It truly is the most spectacular lying theft in recorded human history.

15/11/07 5:22 AM  

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