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THOSE BASTARDS NEVER GIVE UP
By Peter Fredson
November 12, 2007
Everyone is aware of the neocon dream of world domination, set forth in the Project for the New American Century Their fascist philosophy of ruthlessness, bullying, preemption, secrecy in the quest for power and wealth was published long before 9/11. Bush and his base fully intended to have wars of choice to seize the scarce resources of weak nations, and they had no hesitation in accepting whatever deaths were caused by their Machiavellian strategy, providing it did not involve their own, nor their own blood, nor their own service.
We saw how the 9/11 events turned sideways from Osama bin Laden and Afghanistan to Iraq. The war of choice became a classic quagmire, which is still going on, while the Bushies acquire the oil, bases and domination of the Middle East in unending warfare. Death and destruction does not bother George and Dick, or displacement of millions of refugees, because warfare is extremely profitable for the military industrialists.
We next heard the same war drums, lies, deception, and propaganda concerning Iran, with everyone awaiting the announcement that WW III has begun from some pretext, or perhaps some God will again command the Bushies to kill more Muslims and thus overcome evil in the world. Condi again speaks of mushroom clouds. Dick snarls and George manfully proclaims his patriotic fervor while shouting fire in a crowded theater. The Repugs kneel behind George, waiting to emblazon his butt with their affection.
But they are still not content. World domination is still not in their grasp, and they would like to have more oil, minerals, bases, power and wealth. Aggressivity is the Leo Strauss way to get all that, disguised as humanitarian endeavors at first.
Africom is the present Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld plan to seize the entire continent of Africa, with its resources. This plan involves the “camel in the tent” ploy. First you make seductive pleas for understanding and friendship, with offers of aid for medicine, education and other desirable things. Then you introduce troops which magically increase, bases suddenly spring up, militarization and privatization in the name of globalization seize whatever is worth the effort.
Resistance is first countered by bribery of high officials. More troops are introduced to fight the terrorism that will increase in giant steps as Americans disperse over the continent. Then come the tanks, gunships, helicopters, heavy artillery, MOABS, bunker busters, cluster bombs, heavy machine guns, a host of armored vehicles, and garrisons will spring up like dandelions wherever “insurrections” occur. The death of a million, two or four million, dark skinned bodies will bring no tears to the Bushies with a Hitlerian mentality that inferior races are doomed to disappear. The ends justify the means.
After all — wealth, power, glory are “worth it.”
The Bushie claims are soothing, all saying “nothing bad will come from this” but our experience tells us that this is all part of the deception which intends to allay suspicions. Why is it then that we doubt the motives and credibility of George W. Bush? May we examine the “reconstruction” of Iraq or the “rehabilitation of Afghanistan” as examples of Bush humanitarianism?
One comment from an African blogger was:
“Dear America Soldiers,
You are not welcome at all. Wherever you go blood spills, Terrorists attack. Please, Please and Please I beg you in the name of whatever is dearest to you, we do not want the security and prosperity you have in Iraq and Afghanistan now in Nigeria. We prefer our poverty instead of that. PLEASE LEAVE US ALONE! SOMEBODY HELP PLEASE”
To find out more about this fairly complex plan just Google “Africom.” You will also find an illuminating blog by Danny Glover and Nicole C. Lee “Say No to Africom.”
An audio of this is found at:
And a good African version of this is found by Dr. Wafula Okumu, of the Institute of Security Studies in South Africa, who give testimony to the House Committee of Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health