US awards deals for post-war
U.S. soldiers will bomb the Iraqis to hell, then
the "American taxpayer" will pay, and pay, and pay to rebuild what they
destroyed. Except, you can't rebuild or re-animate dead babies and men and
women -- not even one, and certainly not the half-million Iraqis expected
to be murdered. Oh, yes. . . the sanitized war-term for murder now is "collateral
What about the dead U.S. soldiers? No matter.
There's plenty more where they came from.
Remember the Marshall Plan after World War II? Billions
of American's 'tax dollars' were spent to rebuild Europe. Aren't we
a nation of generous people? Leave the babies with sitters so mom and dad
can both work, and when the children are old enough to go to school, the
government lackeys will raise the children, so there's enough to pay the
I've read that after the 'rebuilding' of Europe
was completed the $$$ kept pouring out of the U.S. and the bankers in London
reaped the harvest. Here we are, 2003, nearly sixty years later. .
. and the beat goes on.
The United States Agency for International Development
is a Rockefeller funded NGO. They'll evidently 'co-ordinate' the deal, and
we'll foot the bill. Notice the steady increase in property taxes? All
over the country, in every county and town and city? That's because most
of the money from local and state governments goes to the Federal Government
-- including state income taxes! Then, it gets sent back with all sorts of
strings attached. It's called COMPLIANCE.
I'm getting us off track here, and yet, it's all
connected. There's a small book you could read in about an hour in
our section on Regional Governance titled,
Beware Metro Regional
that explains it all.
Now, with so much more needed to fund the new Department
Security, (which was planned and developed by the
CFR three years ago)
and the high costs of rebuilding infrastructures in foreign lands after U.S.
soldiers go killing and dying in defense of the [new] World Order, that
'government funds' are being withheld from the local and state governments.
Bush talks about lowering the 'income tax' while local officials raise property
taxes to make up the shortfall. Of course, they'll never raid their
pension funds hidden in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports.
CNN reported today that the whitehouse is sending
a request to the U.S. Congress for appropriations of up to $100 billion to
pay for this war that will shock and awe the world, using the new ultra-secret
weapons they've fondly dubbed 'the big hurt'. My heart hurts for us all.
The orchestrators of this chaos and killing, along
with their minions, will be the ultimate losers. They are NOT going
-- Jackie -- March 17th, 2003
US awards deals for post-war
March 10, 2003
The US Government has invited companies to compete
for projects which could begin in Iraq immediately after a war.
Plans for the rebuilding deals - worth up to $900m
- are being coordinated by the United States Agency for International Development
The agency is said to have discreetly sent out requests
for tenders from at least five companies involved in infrastructure and
Education, health, transport and energy schemes
are involved in what would be the biggest rebuilding project since World
Plans for the reconstruction have been detailed
in a privately distributed USAid document, called Vision for post-conflict
A USAid spokeswoman said that the companies were
chosen because of their proven ability, and that it was a policy to use US
companies for projects funded by the American taxpayer.
Non-US companies were free, through their governments,
to organise their own business, she said.
Among the companies invited to tender is the Texas-based
Halliburton, where US Vice-President Dick Cheney served as chief executive
from 1995 to 2000.
Halliburton has already been reported to have acquired
a contract to oversee firefighting operations at Iraqi oilfields after any
Many more contracts will have to be awarded after
any possible war.
Estimates of the cost of rebuilding a post-war Iraq
vary widely - unofficial figures from the United Nations suggest it could
be as much as $30bn.
A UN Development Programme spokesman told BBC News
Online: "Iraq has a unique economy - its people are among the poorest in
the world yet it has a modern industrialised infrastructure."
He said that comparisons with Afghanistan, which
is costing about $2bn to reconstruct following a US-led war to oust the Taleban
regime, were "misleading".
He noted that the amount of oil produced by Iraq
had plummeted from 3.5 million barrels a day at the end of the 1980s to 2
million at present.
"It's the only source of foreign earnings, so any
idea that Iraq can pay its own way without a substantial period of reinvestment
is very wide of the mark," the spokesman said.
Story from BBC NEWS:
Published: 2003/03/10 23:41:19
© BBC MMIII
with Iraq - Again?
Introduction and Overview. Reading this first will put the other items in
this section into perspective. Jackie
Hussein Did NOT
Gas the Kurds!
New York Times: "The United States Defense Intelligence Agency
investigated and produced a classified report, which it circulated within
the intelligence community on a need-to-know basis. That study asserted that
it was Iranian gas that killed the Kurds, not Iraqi gas."
for War with Iraq
In Revisionist Perspective by Paul Grubach
"Why should the U.S. go to war to serve Israeli-Zionist interests? Why should
mostly non-Jewish White, Black, and Hispanic Americans who make up
the vast majority of the U.S. armed forces have to risk their lives
for the Jewish state of Israel?"
HPMs are man-made lightning bolts crammed into cruise missiles. The Directed
Energy Directorate at Kirtland has been studying how to deliver varying but
predictable electrical pulses to inflict increasing levels of harm: to deny,
degrade, damage or destroy, to use the Pentagon's parlance. HPM engineers
call it "dial-a-hurt."
of All Wars - SHOCK and
"Ullman is ready to use every kind of weapon to create shock and awe. He
once said it might be a good idea to use electromagnetic waves that attack
peoples' neurological systems, "to control the will and perception of
adversaries, by applying a regime of shock and awe. It is about effecting
Eyes Mass Graves (for U.S.
Denver Post: "The bodies of U.S. soldiers killed by chemical or biological
weapons in Iraq or future wars may be bulldozed into mass graves and burned
to save the lives of surviving troops, under an option being considered by
This following article is the reality that 99% of the world sees about the
Iraq situation and the U.S. role. This war is not over oil. It's about
ownership and control of Earth's resources. . . this proven technology
could provide an ABUNDANCE of cheap, clean energy worldwide, virtually overnight,
if it was not ruthlessly suppressed with inventors bankrupted if not
War - No
Dr Richard Perle stunned MPs by insisting a "clean bill of health"
from UN chief weapons inspector Hans Blix would not halt America's war machine.
Evidence from ONE witness on Saddam Hussein's weapons programme will be
enough to trigger a fresh military onslaught, he told an all-party meeting
on global security.
Bodyguard Warns of Secret
A source close to Mr. Sharon said, "Sharon intends to shatter the growing
anti-war movement. He plans to call all those European leaders who are wavering
. . ." Is this the ONE witness Richard Perle needed to trigger a
fresh military onslaught?
What keeps Bush from planting evidence of WMD in Iraq?
Think about it. Bush is willing to lie, cheat and steal in order to forward
his agenda to destroy Iraq. To his disappointment, inspectors have found
NOTHING thus far except some crated-up, 20 year-old warheads. Hardly evidence
of an active program for WMD.
Iraq Show Cooperation by This
What can we make of this convoluted and contradictory piece?
The headline says 'this weekend' (2-15/16). In the body of the article we
read: "Mr. Bush did not mention Friday as a turning point. Ms. Rice said
he had set no deadline for action by the Security Council." Much of what
we read in the controlled media is designed to 'shape public opinion' and
generate fear and anxiety. Stay close with God in peace and love.
show embrace of Saddam Hussein in early
From the National Security Archive
"The declassified documents posted today include the briefing materials and
diplomatic reporting on two Rumsfeld trips to Baghdad, reports on Iraqi chemical
weapons use concurrent with the Reagan administration's decision to support
Iraq. . . "
about Saddam Hussein, which tells a side of the story that you will not get
from the major media.
Note: This link requires Acrobat Reader from Adobe.
Parliament Refuses to Accept G.I.'s in Blow to
ANKARA, Turkey, March 1 - The Turkish Parliament today dealt a major setback
to the Bush administration's plans for a northern front against Iraq, narrowly
rejecting a measure that would have allowed thousands of American combat
troops to use the country as a base for an attack.
Bush and 2
Allies Seem Set for War to Depose
N.Y.Times - 3-17-03
BUSH: "Saddam Hussein can leave the country if he's interested in peace.
You see, the decision is his to make, and it's been his to make all along
on whether or not there's the use of military."
Bush Planned Iraq
Regime Change Before Becoming
Sunday Herald, United Kingdom, September 15, 2002
"A secret blueprint for US global domination reveals that President Bush
and his cabinet were planning a premeditated attack on Iraq to secure 'regime
change' even before he took power in January 2001...'This is a blueprint
for US world domination -- a new world order of their making. These are the
thought processes of fantasist Americans who want to control the world. I
am appalled that a British Labour Prime Minister should have got into bed
with a crew which has this moral standing.'"
America's Defenses: Strategy, Forces, and Resources for a New
in September 2000, before George W. Bush was President, and prior to September
11th, this document is the report the Sunday Herald (U.K.) called, "A blueprint
for US global domination." Among other things, the report establishes missions
for U.S. military forces to:
"defend the American homeland
"fight and decisively win multiple, simultaneous
"perform the 'constabulary' duties associated
with shaping the security environment in critical regions
"transform U.S. forces to exploit the 'revolution
in military affairs'"
Awards Deals for Post-War
"A USAid spokeswoman said that the companies were chosen because of their
proven ability, and that it was a policy to use US companies for projects
funded by the American taxpayer." U.S. soldiers will bomb the Iraqis
to hell, then the "American taxpayer" will pay, and pay, and pay to rebuild
what they destroyed. Except, you can't rebuild or re-animate dead babies
and men and women, not even one, nor the half-million Iraqis expected to
be murdered. Oh, yes. . . the sanitized war-term for murder now is "collateral
Another Staged Baghdad
They told us that the Iraqis were dancing in the streets, celebrating at
the thought of being "liberated." Could it be they lied to us again?
An analysis of the allegation that Saddam
Hussein was captured.
Saddam Was NOT
"The Pentagon spin machine is trying to dupe us all by telling us that this
photo was taken in December. It shows two American soldiers lifting the lid
off that elaborate 'spider hole', where they claim they have found Saddam
Who Writes Letter(s)
to Editors for
Many Soldiers, Same Letter
Newspapers around U.S. get identical missives from Iraq. ". . . appear
to be part of a campaign to present a positive picture of the U.S.
Army to Recall
Former Military Members
CNN News 6.29.04
"The Army is preparing to notify about 5,600 retired and discharged
soldiers who are not members of the National Guard or Reserve
that they will be involuntarily recalled to active duty for possible
service in Iraq or Afghanistan. . . "
Pick Your Price:
or Your Soul
By John Kaminski
Demonic demagogues like Joseph Farah, Michael Savage and Rush Limbaugh all
have recently recommended killing large numbers of innocent Iraqis "to teach
them a lesson." . . . it's not cool to mess with Uncle Sam and mutilate his
hired killers, the highly paid mercenaries he hired to assassinate Iraqi
intellectuals. . . "
of US troops evacuated from Iraq for unexplained medical
"At no point in the last six months have the American people been told that
for every soldier who has been killed in Iraq, at least another 15 have fallen
so ill that they had to be flown back to the United States."
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