"We have no ambition in Iraq, except to remove a threat -BUT DON'T BURN THE OIL WELLS! (Videos)

How things have changed - since George Washington was president that is:

Burning Oil Wells is Nothing New

Can we agree that burning oil infrastructure is just part of denying resources to an attacker? Allies burn oil wells to deny their use by the Japanese ...( go to time = 2:25 in the World at War series Burma video at )THIS LINK. At 5:09 a striking similarity is mentioned: "The Burmese people found themselves exchanging one set of imperial masters for another..."

We're here from the government and we're here to help

In this first video George W. Bush Declares war on Iraq assuring all of us that:
"We have no ambition in Iraq, except to remove a threat ...and restore control of that country to its own people..."

In the previous video Bush claims to be trembling on his knees in prayer in concern for the safety of our troops. Really? I don't see how his actions have spoken to back up his words. Why? Take a look at THIS REUTERS ARTICLE where it appears Americans are actually buying the bullets used to kill their own sons and daughters, fathers, sisters, mothers and brothers in uniform. How can I believe he really cares about the well-being of American soldiers he sent into combat when (click HERE for full story)we learn:

"US soldiers are now being forced to steal water in Iraq. With supplies tight, and the number of trucks carrying potable water even tighter, troops have resorted to stealing water from civilian contractors. Many have also reportedly suffered from dysentery because they were forced to drink untreated water from Iraqi wells. ... It gets worse. Soldiers say the situation has become so dire they were forced to raid the United States’ own airbase in Baghdad for bottled water. They found the water stored in pallets held by civilian contractors, who were supposed to be distributing it."

He also claims to respect their lives, culture, and religion - see previous post "They Hate Us for Looting Their Countries"...

The next video is the Bush Ultimatum to Saddam:
1. Saddam and both of his sons must leave Iraq within 48 hours. For their disobedience Saddam and his two sons have since been offed: Saddam was hanged, his two sons (and the people with them) were blasted to shreds by U.S. Forces. At least that's the impression in my mind based on images on television sets and computer screens.

2. To Iraqi civilian and military personnel, listen carefully: "DO NOT DESTROY OIL WELLS" at time=8:04 So the war isn't over oil - but the most important thing for anybody to take away from this speech, because we are told it is more important than other things - indirectly - because we need to listen to this part "carefully." In other words - everything else is a bunch of psychobabble for the masses - ya' know - wave the flag, talk about the troops, sprinkle a few "freedom"s and "liberty"s in there ... ya' know - to kinda' catapult the propaganda! But whatever you do - don't disrupt the oil infrastructure 'cause that will add to our bottom line thereby reducing profits.

3. Bush later says: "War crimes will be prosecuted. War criminals will be punished...and it will be no defense to say "I was just following orders." (I think he meant to say: "War Crimes will be punished arbitrarily as they suit NeoCon purposes; Although we will punish you for not having weapons of mass destruction - and America will NOT accept this excuse - our own coalition torturers will hypocritically rely on this very defense "I was just following orders. We will provide political cover to protect our own torturers - including into the Obama administration."

Looky looky here: Bush admits he selected waterboarding from a torture menu:

...and again George W differs from the original G W (Washington) since Washington didn't see any reason to torture - where George Washington actually released the mercenaries into Pennsylvania. Talk about a terrorist threat! I wonder what George W knows that George W (Washington) didn't know?


Conclusion: There is a lot of money in warfare for all merchants of death - and there is a lot of war in the future for America it seems - and to the winner go the spoils. Perhaps all Americans should practice eye-hand coordination skills for future jobs: I thought the Carlyle Group was making these army robots-and I thought George Bush's daddy was a big man at Carlyle.

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