Tom Daschle, Trent Lott and speaker of the house Dennis Hasterton Nov 13 after meeting with President Bush to end stalemate over terrorism insurance legislation.


U.S. Senate passes No Fault Insurance against Terrorism Attacks:
The coexistence of terrorism and of the war to extract oil

Nipawin - Thursday - November 21, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis



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The senate has passed the bill limiting the insurers' liability of terrorist attacks. The world can go to war now, as insurance companies are shielded from any monetary risk over terrorism.



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The power of money has taken over peoples' lives and we can now economically justify the coexistence of terrorism and wars; that is, terrorism has become now part of the U.S. economy as its risk has been offset by the central corporative planning committee: Congress. Therefore, the Bush administration can continue the greasing of its economy by furthering the military extraction of oil around the world.




As I write about the Bush's administration belligerent policies so I become startled and at a loss of my clarity and intelligence as I ponder the hate that involves us in this world of riches, poverty, and despair.




I just visited some web sites sponsored by what I believe are Islamic fundamentalist agencies and again I wonder how democracy has really evolved in the last twenty years of economic globalization. The blame game must be over before we are all going to be at a loss of our lives.

Mario deSantis

  Treaster, Joseph B., Senate Passes Bill Limiting Insurers' Liability After an Attack, November 20, 2002, New York Times
  Axis of Oil and Iraq, by Maria Elena Martinez and Joshua Karliner, Published on Wednesday, November 13, 2002 by the San Francisco Chronicle
  CAMP X-ray: A Shame for the so called Civilized & Modern World, TalibanOnline,
  Shiekh Osama bin Laden: A Mujahid Hero of every True Muslim, TalibanOnline


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