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Buying a war: What is the bloody sense?

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[QUOTE=coalition;501008][FONT=serif][COLOR=#000000]Getting involved with the disease which is a bloody disaster. Broke and technically bankrupt, only imaginative accountancy keeps them from receiving a visit from the Bailiffs. Invade a country with commodity assets, destroy its infrastructure, impose a friendly crooked interim government, borrow $Billions from the World Bank and the IMF, keep most of it, and pay-off local puppets.Why are we involved with this political s*it...because we, like Vultures, pick at the leavings, Blairs pay off, is as a ME adviser, to the puppets the US imposes on the victims.

Droopy Cameron is an ultra right wingnut, hand in hand with the GOP/TP Demented, this is the 'caring pig' who, to kiss mad Howards ar*e, actually reduced Prisoners rations, to slightly above starvation. Make no mistake Droopy Cameron, Der Nazi, is as ultra Right as you can get, [/COLOR][/FONT]
[URL=""]Why Did Petraeus Fire the Auditor Charged With Stopping Flow of Pentagon Funds to Taliban?[/URL]
[FONT=serif][COLOR=#000000]The Soviet Union devoted nearly one-third of its force during its occupation to protecting its supply lines. The Americans have figured out a different way: pay insurgents to not attack. The Tierney report - the report of the House Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, laid bare the [/COLOR][/FONT][URL=""]system of payments[/URL][FONT=serif][COLOR=#000000] of Department of Defense contracting funds to Afghan warlords with ties to both sides of the conflict. Through both extensive data collection and excerpts the Subcommittee describes the realities of getting military supplies to the network of over 200 American bases and outposts across Afghanistan. The CEO of one "security company says:[/COLOR][/FONT][INDENT][FONT=serif]
“Matiullah has the road from Kandahar to Tarin Kowt completely under his control. No one can travel without Matiullah without facing consequences. There is no other way to get there. You have to either pay him, or fight him.”[/FONT][/INDENT]
Thus the truth: This is a manufactured war. Without American dollars to finance its explosives, ammunition, rockets, and pay and support for its fighters, the Taliban might be[URL=",,6634052,00.html"]little more than a nuisance[/URL]. DoD money likely dwarfs the profits that insurgents take in from the opium trade. For an upper estimate on this amount, the [URL=""]UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) maintains[/URL]:
how much sicker can it get, before we rid ourselves of this toxic American Nation. [/FONT][/COLOR][/QUOTE]