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"Dissent is the highest form of
patriotism." Thomas Jefferson
Those who refuse to learn from history are condemned to repeat it.
? George Santayana
On February 27, 1933, a mentally deranged Dutch Communist, Marinus van der Lubbe, lit
a few small fires in the German parliament building, the Reichstag, in Berlin ? not enough
to set the building alight, but sufficient to get him hanged as the sole perpetrator afterward.
The happenings prior to that fateful evening, and the events following it, carry some lessons
for those wanting to understand September 11, 2001, and the subsequent developments.
van der Lubbe, a petty criminal and arsonist, hated the Nazis, and had bragged about
intending to set the Reichstag on fire while having a beer in a pub. The Nazi SA, with ears
everywhere, found out, and, unbeknownst to van der Lubbe, an SA detachment entered the
building through a disused central heating tunnel. While the Dutchman was busy lighting
insignificant fires, using his shirt as tinder, the SA planted gasoline and incendiaries, and
within minutes, the Reichstag was burning out of control. Why did the Nazis do this?
At the time, Hitler had a problem. Based on the success of the Nazi party in the previous
election, Hitler had become Reichskanzler, or Prime Minister, but he lacked a majority in
both the government and the parliament. Having no intention of playing second fiddle to his
rivals, a coalition of moderate parties, he needed a decisive victory in the March 5 election.
He also was uncomfortable with the democratic process, and wanted to proceed directly to
Nazi supremacy and dictatorship.
Hitler's solution was to eliminate the Communist party and its 100 deputies, which would
give his Nazis a majority in the remaining parliament. By ensuring that van der Lubbe
succeeded in destroying the Reichstag, he could pronounce the fire a Communist
conspiracy. By the next morning he had secured the signature of the aging President, von
Hindenburg, on legislation that changed Germany from a democracy to a tyranny. The one
hundred Communist deputies were arrested, civil rights were abrogated, and the country
embraced Hitler as its Leader.
In mid 2001, the Republican government in the United States was having a problem. It was
seen as merely presiding over a recession, having accomplished nothing of significance, and
it faced an uphill battle in getting the largest peacetime defense budget increase approved in
Congress. The corporate sponsors of the Bush administration were, no doubt, getting
impatient: the stocks of the defense industry were still losing their value, and, lacking a
credible enemy, there were serious reservations in Congress against spending more on

During the weeks prior to September 11, 2001, Muslim terrorists made it known that they
were going to hit some notable landmarks in America, and hit them hard. These boasts
surfaced on the Internet, much the same as van der Lubbe's bragging in the Berlin beer hall.
Much as in Germany in the '30s, help was forthcoming, and for the same reasons.
Fully aware of the threat to the nation's aviation from slipshod security in US airports, the
government did nothing to improve it; in fact, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) top
management intentionally hid reported security weaknesses.
On the morning of September 11, four large passenger jets with full fuel tanks went off
course over the US Northeast, and ceased communicating with Air Traffic Control. Flight
controllers overheard sounds of a struggle from the cockpit of one plane. Passengers made
cellular phone calls from two of the flights, reporting that the planes had been hijacked.
Normally, when something like this happens, the US Air Force, which has fighter jets ready
to intercept troubled or suspicious civilian aircraft on short notice, begins escorting the
offending plane, and, if necessary, forcing it to land, within ten minutes of being alerted by
the FAA.

But that day, each of the four planes was allowed to continue off-course for as long as half
an hour or more. Finally, after the first one had hit the World Trade Center in New York, a
couple of fighter jets were scrambled from Boston, which ensured that they couldn't reach
New York before the second impact.

Interestingly, in a TV interview on December 4, 2001, Laura Bush let it slip that already
back in July, the White House, knowing that the country would be in mourning at the end of
the year, had begun redesigning the 2001 Christmas cards on a more somber note than usual.
So far, the parallels with what happened in Germany in February 1933 are evident. They
become clearer still when we look at the results of the attacks. Just as in Germany in 1933,
the text of the new US legislation abrogating constitutionally guaranteed civil rights was
ready at the time of the WTC and Pentagon attacks. Unprecedentedly, the Federal laws
needed were enacted within less than a month after September 11, without significant
opposition or debate. Capitol Hill legislators barely bothered to read the bills they approved.
As a result, as if by flipping a switch, anyone suspected of terrorism in America is now
presumed guilty until proven innocent. The authorities are free to accuse anybody of being
or supporting a terrorist. Conveniently, terrorism has not been defined; however, it already
has become clear that it includes exercising one's First Amendment rights.
Likewise, the record-breaking Federal defense budget, along with an extra $20 billion for
fighting terrorism, was approved by December 8, 2001. The shares of the defense industry
began rising sharply and are rising still. Need it be added that Mr. Cheney came from a
leading position in the Carlyle Group, a large defense industry holding company, where the
Bush family has substantial interests? Need we be reminded that, already in 1998, oil giant
Unocal went to the US House of Representatives to demand a "recognized" (read
corruptible) government in Afghanistan, so it could build a natural gas pipeline through that
country and profit from the booming energy market in the Far East? Could it be that the
4,000 Afghani civilians killed by US precision bombs just happened to live along the
proposed route of that pipeline, now conveniently cleared of homes, schools, mosques, and
hospitals that used to stand in its way? We'll be watching Unocal and finding out.
Back in the thirties, Hitler proceeded to rearm Germany and attack his neighbors on
trumped-up charges of jeopardizing German interests and mistreating German minorities.
Germany became the bully of the decade and started the Second World War. Although
Germany lost the war and Hitler committed suicide, her arms industry, including the
German subsidiaries of US car giants GM and Ford, profited handsomely. The profits due to
Ford and GM were paid out after the end of the war.
Following the 9-11 attacks, President Bush readily stepped up to the challenge and declared
war on terrorism on the evening news of September 11. His battle cry "If you're not with us,
you're against us" is a round statement by a world-class bully, much like the accusations of
treason Hitler liked to level at countries that attempted to preserve their independence before
the onslaught of the supposedly invincible German war machine.
America has undergone a Fascist takeover, the beneficiaries of which are the owners of big
business. The system is rapidly being exported all over the world, and it is intended to
become permanent. To prevent citizens from getting in the way of the massive enrichment
of the already rich, and to help them accept their new position as mere consumers and
sweatshop laborers without the right to uncorrupted political representation, all objections to
the process are labeled "terrorism."
Here's a quote from Douglas Reed, writing about the loss of freedom Germans experienced
the night of the Reichstag fire.
When Germany awoke, a man's home was no longer his castle. He could be
seized by private individuals, could claim no protection from the police, could
be indefinitely detained without preferment of charges; his property could be
seized, his verbal and written communications overheard and perused; he no
longer had the right to foregather with his fellow countrymen, and his
newspapers might no longer freely express their opinions.
The Bush administration's 2001 antiterrorism legislation, introduced using a similar ruse,
effects the same changes in America, and is being copied in every country that has a popular
or ethnic opposition to deal with. It is a well proven method: Roosevelt knew about,
encouraged, and facilitated the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, sending
the Pacific Fleet there to act as a target, keeping the local military commanders in the dark,
and proscribing all defensive action. He then used the public's outrage over the attack to
draw America into WW II and provide the American arms industry with its fair share in the
proceeds of that great conflict, along with its overseas competitors.
You may ask: What, if any, are the differences between Hitler and Bush? Not many, but one
stands out: Hitler was elected to his office democratically. Bush was installed against the
will of the majority of US voters, through the machinations of his brother, the Florida
Governor, and the Supreme Court judges appointed by his father. Another difference may
lie in the span of their reigns: Hitler killed himself after 12 years in office, while Bush
stands under the curse of Chief Tecumseh, and is bound to die before his term expires in
January 2005.

The Website of the U.S. House of Representatives
107th Congress, 1st Session:

Testimony By John J. Maresca
Vice President, International Relations,
UNOCAL Corporation
To House Committee On International Relations,
Submmittee On Asia And The Pacific February 12, 1998
Washington, D.C.

Mr. Chairman, I am John Maresca, Vice President, International Relations, of Unocal
Corporation. Unocal is one of the world's leading energy resource and project development
companies. Our activities are focused on three major regions ? Asia, Latin America and the
U.S. Gulf of Mexico. In Asia and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, we are a major oil and gas
producer. I appreciate your invitation to speak here today. I believe these hearings are
important and timely, and I congratulate you for focusing on Central Asia oil and gas
reserves and the role they play in shaping U.S. policy.

Today we would like to focus on three issues concerning this region, its resources and U.S.

The need for multiple pipeline routes for Central Asian oil and gas.
The need for U.S. support for international and regional efforts to achieve balanced
and lasting political settlements within Russia, other newly independent states and in

The need for structured assistance to encourage economic reforms and the
development of appropriate investment climates in the region. In this regard, we
specifically support repeal or removal of Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act.
For more than 2,000 years, Central Asia has been a meeting ground between Europe and
Asia, the site of ancient east-west trade routes collectively called the Silk Road and, at
various points in history, a cradle of scholarship, culture and power. It is also a region of
truly enormous natural resources, which are revitalizing cross-border trade, creating positive
political interaction and stimulating regional cooperation. These resources have the potential
to recharge the economies of neighboring countries and put entire regions on the road to

About 100 years ago, the international oil industry was born in the Caspian/Central Asian
region with the discovery of oil. In the intervening years, under Soviet rule, the existence of
the region's oil and gas resources was generally known, but only partially or poorly

As we near the end of the 20 th century, history brings us full circle. With political barriers
falling, Central Asia and the Caspian are once again attracting people from around the globe
who are seeking ways to develop and deliver its bountiful energy resources to the markets of
the world.

The Caspian region contains tremendous untapped hydrocarbon reserves, much of them
located in the Caspian Sea basin itself. Proven natural gas reserves within Azerbaijan,
Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan equal more than 236 trillion cubic feet. The
region's total oil reserves may reach more than 60 billion barrels of oil ? enough to service
Europe's oil needs for 11 years. Some estimates are as high as 200 billion barrels. In 1995,
the region was producing only 870,000 barrels per day (44 million tons per year [Mt/y]).
By 2010, Western companies could increase production to about 4.5 million barrels a day
(Mb/d) ? an increase of more than 500 percent in only 15 years. If this occurs, the region
would represent about five percent of the world's total oil production, and almost 20 percent
of oil produced among non-OPEC countries.

One major problem has yet to be resolved: how to get the region's vast energy resources to
the markets where they are needed. There are few, if any, other areas of the world where
there can be such a dramatic increase in the supply of oil and gas to the world market. The
solution seems simple: build a "new" Silk Road. Implementing this solution, however, is far
from simple. The risks are high, but so are the rewards.

Finding and Building Routes to World Markets

One of the main problems is that Central Asia is isolated. The region is bounded on the
north by the Arctic Circle, on the east and west by vast land distances, and on the south by a
series of natural obstacles ? mountains and seas ? as well as political obstacles, such as
conflict zones or sanctioned countries.

This means that the area's natural resources are landlocked, both geographically and
politically. Each of the countries in the Caucasus and Central Asia faces difficult political
challenges. Some have unsettled wars or latent conflicts. Others have evolving systems
where the laws ? and even the courts ? are dynamic and changing. Business commitments
can be rescinded without warning, or they can be displaced by new geopolitical realities.
In addition, a chief technical obstacle we face in transporting oil is the region's existing
pipeline infrastructure. Because the region's pipelines were constructed during the
Moscow-centered Soviet period, they tend to head north and west toward Russia. There are
no connections to the south and east.
Depending wholly on this infrastructure to export Central Asia oil is not practical. Russia
currently is unlikely to absorb large new quantities of "foreign" oil, is unlikely to be a
significant market for energy in the next decade, and lacks the capacity to deliver it to other

Certainly there is no easy way out of Central Asia. If there are to be other routes, in other
directions, they must be built.
Two major energy infrastructure projects are seeking to meet this challenge. One, under the
aegis of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium, or CPC, plans to build a pipeline west from the
Northern Caspian to the Russian Black Sea port of Novorossisk. From Novorossisk, oil from
this line would be transported by tanker through the Bosphorus to the Mediterranean and
world markets.

The other project is sponsored by the Azerbaijan International Operating Company (AIOC),
a consortium of 11 foreign oil companies including four American companies ? Unocal,
Amoco, Exxon and Pennzoil. It will follow one or both of two routes west from Baku. One
line will angle north and cross the North Caucasus to Novorossisk. The other route would
cross Georgia and extend to a shipping terminal on the Black Sea port of Supsa. This second
route may be extended west and south across Turkey to the Mediterranean port of Ceyhan.
But even if both pipelines were built, they would not have enough total capacity to transport
all the oil expected to flow from the region in the future; nor would they have the capability
to move it to the right markets. Other export pipelines must be built.
Unocal believes that the central factor in planning these pipelines should be the location of
the future energy markets that are most likely to need these new supplies. Just as Central
Asia was the meeting ground between Europe and Asia in centuries past, it is again in a
unique position to potentially service markets in both of these regions ? if export routes to
these markets can be built. Let's take a look at some of the potential markets.

Western Europe

Western Europe is a tough market. It is characterized by high prices for oil products, an
aging population, and increasing competition from natural gas. Between 1995 and 2010, we
estimate that demand for oil will increase from 14.1 Mb/d (705 Mt/y) to 15.0 Mb/d (750
Mt/y), an average growth rate of only 0.5 percent annually. Furthermore, the region is
already amply supplied from fields in the Middle East, North Sea, Scandinavia and Russia.
Although there is perhaps room for some of Central Asia's oil, the Western European market
is unlikely to be able to absorb all of the production from the Caspian region.

Central and Eastern Europe

Central and Eastern Europe markets do not look any better. Although there is increased
demand for oil in the region's transport sector, natural gas is gaining strength as a
competitor. Between 1995 and 2010, demand for oil is expected to increase by only half a
million barrels per day, from 1.3 Mb/d (67 Mt/y) to 1.8 Mb/d (91.5 Mt/y). Like Western
Europe, this market is also very competitive. In addition to supplies of oil from the North
Sea, Africa and the Middle East, Russia supplies the majority of the oil to this region.

The Domestic NIS Market

The growth in demand for oil also will be weak in the Newly Independent States (NIS). We
expect Russian and other NIS markets to increase demand by only 1.2 percent annually
between 1997 and 2010.


In stark contrast to the other three markets, the Asia/Pacific region has a rapidly increasing
demand for oil and an expected significant increase in population. Prior to the recent
turbulence in the various Asian/Pacific economies, we anticipated that this region's demand
for oil would almost double by 2010. Although the short-term increase in demand will
probably not meet these expectations, Unocal stands behind its long-term estimates.
Energy demand growth will remain strong for one key reason: the region's population is
expected to grow by 700 million people by 2010.
It is in everyone's interests that there be adequate supplies for Asia's increasing energy
requirements. If Asia's energy needs are not satisfied, they will simply put pressure on all
world markets, driving prices upwards everywhere.
The key question is how the energy resources of Central Asia can be made available to
satisfy the energy needs of nearby Asian markets. There are two possible solutions ? with
several variations.

Export Routes East to China: Prohibitively Long?

One option is to go east across China. But this would mean constructing a pipeline of more
than 3,000 kilometers to central China ? as well as a 2,000-kilometer connection to reach
the main population centers along the coast. Even with these formidable challenges, China
National Petroleum Corporation is considering building a pipeline east from Kazakhstan to
Chinese markets.
Unocal had a team in Beijing just last week for consultations with the Chinese. Given
China's long-range outlook and its ability to concentrate resources to meet its own needs,
China is almost certain to build such a line. The question is what will the costs of
transporting oil through this pipeline be and what netback will the producers receive.

South to the Indian Ocean: A Shorter Distance to Growing Markets

A second option is to build a pipeline south from Central Asia to the Indian Ocean.
One obvious potential route south would be across Iran. However, this option is foreclosed
for American companies because of U.S. sanctions legislation. The only other possible route
option is across Afghanistan, which has its own unique challenges.
The country has been involved in bitter warfare for almost two decades. The territory across
which the pipeline would extend is controlled by the Taliban, an Islamic movement that is
Statement by John J. Maresca, Vice President, IR, Unocal Corporation
http://www.sumeria.net/politics/maresca.html (4 of 7) [7/3/2003 4:22:14 AM].not recognized
as a government by most other nations. From the outset, we have made it clear that construction of our proposed pipeline cannot begin until a recognized government
is in place that has the confidence of governments, lenders and our company.
In spite of this, a route through Afghanistan appears to be the best option with the fewest
technical obstacles. It is the shortest route to the sea and has relatively favorable terrain for
a pipeline. The route through Afghanistan is the one that would bring Central Asian oil closest
to Asian markets and thus would be the cheapest in terms of transporting the oil.
Unocal envisions the creation of a Central Asian Oil Pipeline Consortium. The pipeline
would become an integral part of a regional oil pipeline system that will utilize and gather
oil from existing pipeline infrastructure in Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and

The 1,040-mile-long oil pipeline would begin near the town of Chardzhou, in northern
Turkmenistan, and extend southeasterly through Afghanistan to an export terminal that
would be constructed on the Pakistan coast on the Arabian Sea. Only about 440 miles of the
pipeline would be in Afghanistan.

This 42-inch-diameter pipeline will have a shipping capacity of one million barrels of oil per
day. Estimated cost of the project ? which is similar in scope to the Trans Alaska Pipeline
? is about US$2.5 billion.

There is considerable international and regional political interest in this pipeline. Asian
crude oil importers, particularly from Japan, are looking to Central Asia and the Caspian as
a new strategic source of supply to satisfy their desire for resource diversity. The pipeline
benefits Central Asian countries because it would allow them to sell their oil in expanding
and highly prospective hard currency markets. The pipeline would benefit Afghanistan,
which would receive revenues from transport tariffs, and would promote stability and
encourage trade and economic development. Although Unocal has not negotiated with any
one group, and does not favor any group, we have had contacts with and briefings for all of
them. We know that the different factions in Afghanistan understand the importance of the
pipeline project for their country, and have expressed their support of it.
A recent study for the World Bank states that the proposed pipeline from Central Asia
across Afghanistan and Pakistan to the Arabian Sea would provide more favorable netbacks
to oil producers through access to higher value markets than those currently being accessed
through the traditional Baltic and Black Sea export routes.
This is evidenced by the netback values producers will receive as determined by the World
Bank study. For West Siberian crude, the netback value will increase by nearly $2.00 per
barrel by going south to Asia. For a producer in western Kazakhstan, the netback value will
increase by more than $1 per barrel by going south to Asia as compared to west to the
Mediterranean via the Black Sea.

Natural Gas Export

Given the plentiful natural gas supplies of Central Asia, our aim is to link a specific natural
resource with the nearest viable market. This is basic for the commercial viability of any gas
Statement by John J. Maresca, Vice President, IR, Unocal Corporation
http://www.sumeria.net/politics/maresca.html (5 of 7) [7/3/2003 4:22:14 AM].project. As with all projects being considered in this region, the following projects face
geo-political challenges, as well as market issues.
Unocal and the Turkish company, Koc Holding A.S., are interested in bringing competitive
gas supplies to the Turkey market. The proposed Eurasia Natural Gas Pipeline would
transport gas from Turkmenistan directly across the Caspian Sea through Azerbaijan and
Georgia to Turkey. Sixty percent of this proposed gas pipeline would follow the same route
as the oil pipeline proposed to run from Baku to Ceyhan. Of course, the demarcation of the
Caspian remains an issue.
Last October, the Central Asia Pipeline, Ltd. (CentGas) consortium, in which Unocal holds
an interest, was formed to develop a gas pipeline that will link Turkmenistan's vast natural
gas reserves in the Dauletabad Field with markets in Pakistan and possibly India. An
independent evaluation shows that the field's resources are adequate for the project's needs,
assuming production rates rising over time to 2 billion cubic feet of gas per day for 30 years
or more.
In production since 1983, the Dauletabad Field's natural gas has been delivered north via
Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and Russia to markets in the Caspian and Black Sea areas. The
proposed 790-mile pipeline will open up new markets for this gas, travelling from
Turkmenistan through Afghanistan to Multan, Pakistan. A proposed extension would link
with the existing Sui pipeline system, moving gas to near New Delhi, where it would
connect with the existing HBJ pipeline. By serving these additional volumes, the extension
would enhance the economics of the project, leading to overall reductions in delivered
natural gas costs for all users and better margins. As currently planned, the CentGas pipeline
would cost approximately $2 billion. A 400-mile extension into India could add $600
million to the overall project cost.
As with the proposed Central Asia Oil Pipeline, CentGas cannot begin construction until an
internationally recognized Afghanistan government is in place. For the project to advance, it
must have international financing, government-to-government agreements and
government-to-consortium agreements.


The Central Asia and Caspian region is blessed with abundant oil and gas that can enhance
the lives of the region's residents and provide energy for growth for Europe and Asia.
The impact of these resources on U.S. commercial interests and U.S. foreign policy is also
significant and intertwined. Without peaceful settlement of conflicts within the region,
cross-border oil and gas pipelines are not likely to be built. We urge the Administration and
the Congress to give strong support to the United Nations-led peace process in Afghanistan.
U.S. assistance in developing these new economies will be crucial to business' success. We
encourage strong technical assistance programs throughout the region. We also urge repeal
or removal of Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act. This section unfairly restricts U.S.
government assistance to the government of Azerbaijan and limits U.S. influence in the

Developing cost-effective, profitable and efficient export routes for Central Asia resources
is a formidable, but not impossible, task. It has been accomplished before. A commercial
corridor, a "new" Silk Road, can link the Central Asia supply with the demand ? once again
 making Central Asia the crossroads between Europe and Asia.

Thank you.
Statement by John J. Maresca, Vice President, IR, Unocal Corporation

Do a search at www.google.com under "Prescott Bush Nazi UBC 1942"
 and take your pick of the documents that come up. (Highly recommended.)
Standing On The Dead
                                              By Marc Ash

"What luck for the rulers that men do not think."
                                            —Adolf Hitler

     In October of 1942, under the Trading With the Enemy Act, the U.S. government halted
operations at New York's Union Banking Corporation. A bank official was charged with
"Running Nazi front groups in the United States."

     His name: Prescott Bush.

Prescott Bush, father of future U.S President George Herbert Walker Bush and grandfather
of George W. Bush,had been hard at work on behalf of his Nazi partners. In flagrant violation
of U.S. law, Prescott Bush had worked tirelessly to launder money, procure raw materials,
arrange transportation and provide guidance for the Nazi war effort and the German army
 he had helped to build.

 In April of 2002, George W. Bush — standing literally on the bones of the men who fell
 at Normandy beachhead in mortal combat with that very same Nazi army — delivered
his Memorial Day address. He said, in part, "This is a day our country has set apart to
 remember what was gained in our wars, and all that was lost."

     Let us remember.
As the German army came crashing into Poland, spreading death and destruction in its path,
Prescott Bush continued aiding the Nazis.

As German tanks rolled through the Ardennes Forest and into Paris, Prescott Bush continued
 aiding the Nazis.

 As Allied forces fighting to defend France were forced literally into the sea at Dunkirk by
 the German Army, Prescott Bush continued aiding the Nazis.

 As German war planes rained bombs down on London, killing 50 thousand English men,
women and children, Prescott Bush continued aiding the Nazis.

As millions died at the hands of the most ruthless and violent organization the world has
ever known, Prescott Bush continued aiding them.

And of course, as Hitler and the Nazis planned and carried out the extermination of Europe's
Jews, Prescott Bush was an eager and active partner.

 When did Bush stop? When we made him stop.

 In this case, George W. Bush won't have to worry about the US Government shutting him
down. That's been taken care of — he is the US Government.

As debate rages back and forth across the Atlantic over the morality and acceptability of
 this assault against Iraq, it is interesting to note the German position.

 It was Germany who bought most completely into the war lie during the past century. It was
the German people who, with their faith in country and leadership, and even their loyalty to
 the Fatherland, made possible the greatest nightmare the world has ever known. It is those
same German people who stand today before Europe and the world in unflinching opposition to this latest world conquering force.

How well do the German people know George W. Bush? Better than they want to.

     See Also: Heir to the Holocaust

                        The Bush Nazi Connection

                       Gold Fillings, Auschwitz & George Bush

The Nazi Hydra In Fascist America is a currently an ongoing work in progress of the White Rose
Curious, do  a web
  serch alsoremeber
 to click  the pix.
Gold Fillings, Auschwitz & George Bush
With American blood about to stain the sands of the Mideast why
hasn’t  the media focused on the merchant of death, who armed Saddam? They would need to look no further than George Bush,
the poppy and Vice President Dick Cheney. Poppy Bush is rubbing his hands with glee counting potential profits for his Carlyle Group. The group holds stocks in defense industries that armed Saddam during the Reagan years and provided arms for the US military. This is the way the Bush family makes it money. Just ask Prescott.
 It didn’t take Dick long to learn that secret. After the first Bush administration in which Cheney was the head of defense, he became  head of Halliburton. While at Halliburton, Dick sold
hundred of millions of dollars worth of dual use equipment to
 Iraq.  Stand behind the young soldiers and wave a flag for
 them, as they are mere  canon fodder for this fascist clique.  Don’t wave a flag for the  most corrupt  administration in the history of the  country that’s hell-bent on installing a fascist
 regime beholding to no one other than corporate interests.
Your freedom depends on it.

      Inocent until           
       proven guilty    
Ben laden   
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