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It's the oil, stupid

Couldn't have said it better. Once again, from the excellent war in context news service. It dovetails nicely with Naomi Klein's Disaster Capitalism thesis.

It's the oil, stupid

Couldn't have said it better. Once again, from the excellent war in context news service. It dovetails nicely with Naomi Klein's Disaster Capitalism thesis.

It's all about the Oil

If you've been living under a rock, or worse, subscribing to the bogus claims of the Bush administration to be bringing democracy to Iraq, the recently leaked legislation for Iraq's oil (written by U.S. consultants in English and then translated) should prove the popular claim that Iraq was invaded to seize control of it's oil for multinational companies, the majority of which are U.S owned.

It's all about the Oil

If you've been living under a rock, or worse, subscribing to the bogus claims of the Bush administration to be bringing democracy to Iraq, the recently leaked legislation for Iraq's oil (written by U.S. consultants in English and then translated) should prove the popular claim that Iraq was invaded to seize control of it's oil for multinational companies, the majority of which are U.S owned.

Federal Court Slows Genetically Modified Momentum

(Guest blog by Jill):

The Center for Food Safety reported last week on a decision against the US Department of Agriculture:

Federal Court Slows Genetically Modified Momentum

(Guest blog by Jill): The Center for Food Safety reported last week on a decision against the US Department of Agriculture:

Iranian kidnappings, the new Gulf of Tonkin?

William Clark presciently addressed reasons for the Bush administrations drive to invade Iraq in 2002. He hypothesised the preservation of the petrodollar as the monopoly oil reserve currency as the real (under-reported) reason to invade Iraq (since Saddam in Nov 2000 changed to selling his oil in Euros). Clark recently released a new article that expanded his petrocurrency monopoly hypothesis on Iran.

Iranian kidnappings, the new Gulf of Tonkin?

William Clark presciently addressed reasons for the Bush administrations drive to invade Iraq in 2002. He hypothesised the preservation of the petrodollar as the monopoly oil reserve currency as the real (under-reported) reason to invade Iraq (since Saddam in Nov 2000 changed to selling his oil in Euros). Clark recently released a new article that expanded his petrocurrency monopoly hypothesis on Iran.

Broken Moral Contract

Peter Tinley, lead tactical planner for Australia's SAS special forces in the US has spoken out against the Howard governments intentions in helping to invade and occupy Iraq. He made a stunning admission:"When I pressed them (US intelligence) for more specific imagery or information regarding locations or likely locations of WMD they confessed, off the record, that there had not been any tangible sighting of any WMD or WMD enabling equipment for some years,"As news.com.au reports (a Murdoch company, no less!):He said the Government had broken a moral contract with its defence force in sending it to an "immoral war".(Shout out to Brett for the heads-up)

Broken Moral Contract

Peter Tinley, lead tactical planner for Australia's SAS special forces in the US has spoken out against the Howard governments intentions in helping to invade and occupy Iraq. He made a stunning admission:

"When I pressed them (US intelligence) for more specific imagery or information regarding locations or likely locations of WMD they confessed, off the record, that there had not been any tangible sighting of any WMD or WMD enabling equipment for some years,"

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