Think the point here is that the big pharma/oil vested interests exploit
these types of situations.
Regarding atrocities in/of other countries in no way excuses atrocious U.S.
actions. It does not take a rocket scientist to see why the rich are the
most corrupt and guess who is the richest? It's simple - just follow the
What one hears, in mainstream media, is heavily filtered by self-serving
interests while the real issues are either omitted or censored. A Recent
Canadian example is the customs seizure of video tapes on U.S. news casts
and documentaries. Do you think the Canadian customs acted on their own?
So I think you will forgive me and others about being a bit skeptical with
regard inconsistent U.S.treatment of Iraq compared to other countries.
Also Iraq see:
What Our Students Are NOT Learning about Iraq
Mark Levine, professor of History | 02.19.2003
The knee jerk reaction against Iraq, besides the standard practice of the
rich plundering the poor, is frequently sympathy for Israel...
Your comments again, reminded me about the exploitations of the German IG
Farben and associated multinationals during the second world war. "The
Politics of Cancer Therapy" is the second part of the book titled "World
Without Cancer" by Ed. Griffin, which covers this very complex and
interesting subject. See:
"The Politics of Cancer Therapy" - one-hour audio lecture by Griffins can
also be heard @:
However, the written material is more in depth and recommended reading.
This very well researched, referenced and written book, shows how Hitler,
was a nobody till he, was brought to power by vested interests and then
used to advance their agenda. Which entailed free labour and human
experimentations etc.. There is a long established connections between the
German-US-other multinationals who while pretending to be patriotic are
busy selling to the enemy.
After reading this - one can see not much has changed and these tactics
continue to this day. In my opinion, it is very important to expose
atrocities if we are to deal with these types of vulnerabilities in the
>At 11:56 PM 28/02/2003 -0800, you wrote:
>>Sounds like a lot of hot air to me, trying to force a connection where no
>>clear evidence really exists. And the comparison to the Reichstag burning,
>>to the Nazis, is downright insulting and completely off-the-mark. Bush may
>>be an air-head and money-criminal, but he is no Hitler, and people who
>>level that charge are themselves only revealing an extreme left-wing
>>radicalism, blended with a blame-America-for-everything attitude. What is
>>next... maybe these same people will claim there was no moon landing, or
>>that the Holocaust never happened, or that Bin Ladin was "misunderstood"...
>>Where was this Advertisement when Germany was selling vast quantities of
>>pesticide chemicals to Iraq, for re-formulation into the poison-gas which
>>killed the Kurds? How many know that perhaps 80 different German firms
>>have been selling arms and munitions to Iraq over the last several decades,
>>several of them continuing to sell even after the UN embargo, ending only
>>after 9-11? Or the massive French and Russian investments in Iraqi oil?
>>Most of Saddams weapons systems are Russian or French, or Chinese. America
>>actually stands out with relatively clean hands with respect to Iraq,
>>having ended its sales of munitions shortly after the Iraqi massacres at
>>Halabja. I've been posting information on this, and similar themes, to our
>>OBRL-News for several years, but nobody saturated with the radical-left
>>politic seems interested to know about it.
>> >Dear all,
>> >in the todays edition of the New York Times you will find a new full page
>> >ad with an open letter by Dr. Matthias Rath. Please read the new ad, it is
>> >much more outspoken than our last one against the war and the people
>> >behind it:
>> >Please forward it as wide as possible!
>> >Kind regards,
>> >Ralf Langner
>> >project coordinator