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03 February 2006

A Lawless World of Lawless Terrorist Lawmakers

We know Primate George Bush was ready to follow father George's footsteps into Iraq before the 2000 U.S. election was rigged for Primate Jnr to win it. We also know that Primate Bush absolved himself of responsibility for any of his actions because, as well as his black-gold oil addiction, he's also got a serious Gerin Oil addiction meaning he has not one but two monkeys on his back and at least as many masters to serve.

In a meeting which took place in the White House on 31 January 2003, Number 1 Terrorist in Chief, Primate Bush, and Number 2 Terrorist in Chief, UK President Tony Blair, discussed how to invade Iraq irrespective of whether or not there was a valid reason for so doing and how to make it look good from a PR point of view.

How were they going to do this? Using just a hint of good-old Operation Northwoods style tactics to spin reasons from out of nowhere:
President Bush said: "The US was thinking of flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours. If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach."

Details of the conversation are contained in a new version of the book 'Lawless World' written by British human rights lawyer, Philippe Sands QC. The book also contains Blair's sycophantic propitiative assurances to the world's number one terrorist:
Prime Minister Blair responded that he was: "solidly with the President and ready to do whatever it took to disarm Saddam", but that "a second Security Council resolution would provide an insurance policy against the unexpected, and international cover, including with the Arabs."

That was in relation to Iraq and that was three years ago. No qualms, no justifications and no case at all for waging their illegal war other than the serving the masters of the monkeys on the Primate's back.

The guns and compasses are now set for Iran and we have it confirmed once again that the planet's two Terrorists in Chief were going to send British and American families to their deaths in a mission to kill between 30,000 to 100,000 Iraqi people, whether or not there was any legitimate reason for so doing.

For those that have been following the deliberate confusion by Western powers of the terms 'nuclear power' and 'nukiller weapons', Energy Bulletin explains in no uncertain terms why Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and anyone else who dares to abandon the might of the invented worth of the dollar, is always going to be next on the list for a bit of fundamentalist Christian terrorism 'freedom and democracy' until something changes very dramatically:
The Proposed Iranian Oil Bourse
by Krassimir Petrov

The Iranian government has finally developed the ultimate “nuclear” weapon that can swiftly destroy the financial system underpinning the American Empire. That weapon is the Iranian Oil Bourse slated to open in March 2006. It will be based on a euro-oil-trading mechanism that naturally implies payment for oil in Euro. In economic terms, this represents a much greater threat to the hegemony of the dollar than Saddam’s, because it will allow anyone willing either to buy or to sell oil for Euro to transact on the exchange, thus circumventing the U.S. dollar altogether.

If so, then it is likely that almost everyone will eagerly adopt this euro oil system:
· The Europeans will not have to buy and hold dollars in order to secure their payment for oil, but would instead pay with their own currencies. The adoption of the euro for oil transactions will provide the European currency with a reserve status that will benefit the European at the expense of the Americans.

· The Chinese and the Japanese will be especially eager to adopt the new exchange, because it will allow them to drastically lower their enormous dollar reserves and diversify with Euros, thus protecting themselves against the depreciation of the dollar. One portion of their dollars they will still want to hold onto; a second portion of their dollar holdings they may decide to dump outright; a third portion of their dollars they will decide to use up for future payments without replenishing those dollar holdings, but building up instead their euro reserves.

· The Russians have inherent economic interest in adopting the Euro – the bulk of their trade is with European countries, with oil-exporting countries, with China, and with Japan. Adoption of the Euro will immediately take care of the first two blocs, and will over time facilitate trade with China and Japan. Also, the Russians seemingly detest holding depreciating dollars, for they have recently found a new religion with gold. Russians have also revived their nationalism, and if embracing the Euro will stab the Americans, they will gladly do it and smugly watch the Americans bleed.

· The Arab oil-exporting countries will eagerly adopt the Euro as a means of diversifying against rising mountains of depreciating dollars. Just like the Russians, their trade is mostly with European countries, and therefore will prefer the European currency both for its stability and for avoiding currency risk, not to mention their jihad against the Infidel Enemy.

Three years on from the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq and all that's changed is the last letter in the name of the target.

Will we ever learn?

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