“Yeah, the thing I think is interesting is that most of the terrorists came from Saudi
Arabia which is our a
“Saudi government is a major violator of human rights,” stated Sue,
“Yet, we support
them because of the oil. If we were going by what we are supposed to be standing for, we would
have bombed the hell out of Riyadh before Bagdad.”
“Well, The People’s
Republic is a major abuser of human rights, yet, we support thembecause of the major profits made from practically slave labor. I remember reading that duringthe Civil War, the first true war of American Industrial Era; northern factories were paying forpermits to continue shipping items to the South. That is, until William Tecumseh Sherman foundout about it and threatened to go public with it because he was tired of fighting against a powerthat we were supporting. Nothing is more despicable than supplying and supporting both sides of a war. Guess that is why Saddam Hussein stopped being our ally and fired that missile at the
U.S.S. Stark. He had found out that we were supporting the Iranians with weapons.”
“Half of Saddam’s problem with the U.S. was t
hat we and Britain were inciting the Kurdsto rebel for their own homeland in an effort to destabilize a democratic Iranian government to setup that playboy of a Shah as a puppet and to overthrow the Shah when he proved to be too muchof an idiot. It seem
s that the Prime Minister had wanted to nationalize the country’s assets so that
they would have the money to build schools, hospitals, roads, new sewage system and manyother insane ideas for the people of Iran instead of letting his country get drained of oil to supporta few super rich people in British Petroleum. He still planned to pay them for their efforts in
developing the resources but it wouldn’t have been a lifetime of insane profits. Anyway,” saidSue, “Returning to my original point; this U.S.
incited Balkanization with the Kurds spilled overinto Iraq as a huge portion of the northern populations are made up of Kurds. Hussein was hung
for reacting to this.”
“Sad thing is, if things continue on the same path that they are here, the
super-rich orplutocracy will react in the same way as Hussein acted towards the Kurds.
“Think about it though. You have these countries with strongmen in charge. What dothey all have in common?” asked Sue.
“Well, Germany of World War II, Tojo’s Japan, Iran, Libya
, Congo, Rwanda, Uganda,Burma, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, and many others were all victims of the plutocraciesof more powerful nations pushing them around for personal profit. The so called psyco leaderswere in reaction to how they had been treated. They have all lashed out in one form or another,through terrorism or all-
out war towards their oppressors,” answered Bill.
“Exactly, and the poor were sent to clean up the messes
. Also, I might mention that priorto the Civil War, the Northern Factory Owners wanted to extend slavery to factory workers with