US president speaking in Grand Rapids Michigan, January 29, 2003 (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)


President Bush Inc.: Concocting a war against Iraq to liberate its oil

Nipawin - Thursday - January 30, 2003 - by: Mario deSantis

"The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year."

John Foster Dulles


We, as normal people, are always in doubt and confused but, we must have at the same time, the responsibility to strive for clarity and look for our internal peace. When I first sit down to work on a problem, I start with the understanding that I don't know anything about it. Then, in an effort to concentrate on the problem, I make sure that the desk is clean, the lightning is appropriate, paper, pencils and computer are on hand, and then in another effort to concentrate a bit more, I make coffee and then if I am prepared to tackle the problem, we go on, otherwise I go to sleep. If we go on with the problem then we read and re-read and re-re-read the statement of the problem and I try to understand it by writing or drawing anything on paper, writings or drawings I cannot even understand myself thereafter. However, after some concerted efforts and lots of confusion we are able to understand the problem and solve it to the best of our abilities.




This morning I am confused as usual. I am so disappointed about the rhetorical speeches of president George Bush that I have begun to doubt of any shred of his sincerity, and again I have been striving for clarity. Last night I read the article "When Will We Resist? The US is Preparing to Attack the Arab World, While the Arabs Whimper in Submission" by Edward Said and I reacquainted myself with the big picture of the Middle East's predicament: Arab people suffering under dictatorial regimes, while the American armed forces position themselves to attack Iraq and liberate Iraqi oil for the recovery of the American economy. Anyhow, the situation in the Middle East reminds me of the Roman imperial policies of divide and conquer, with the understanding that today's Roman empire is the new world order of president Bush Inc.


Some time ago, Timothy Shire, publisher of Ensign, described how the American economy and social organization was so much dependent on
Gaaaaaassssss! Today, thinking about the bellicose stance of president Bush to wage a war of the willing against Iraq, I must stress all over again that Bush's war against Iraq is a war for oil, and only oil. There is a new world order commanded by crooks, and today Italian crook Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is going to meet his friend president Bush at the White House to concoct their strategy for war. I am asking myself if we can trust crooks? No, we cannot trust crooks, and this is what Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela has been saying today about president Bush:

One power with a president [Bush] who has no foresight and cannot think properly, is now wanting to plunge the world into a holocaust... All that (Bush) wants is Iraqi oil.


Nelson Mandela (Stephen Hird/Reuters)


cheap crude

This morning I have read the article "Out of Gas: A Systems Perspective on Potential Petroleum-Fuel Depletion" by Bill Harris, and again I reinforced my conviction that president Bush Inc. wants to attack Iraq because of its oil. Bill Harris writes:
The use of crude oil leads to increased GDP, which leads to increased numbers of automobiles, which leads to increased crude-oil usage.



cut back
by 20%

President Bush has vowed in his state of the union address that he wants to increase the GDP within the present power play of the American military and oil industrial complex. I can further understand the duplicity of president Bush Inc. as I read in the web pages of Hubbert Peak of Oil Production:
The likelihood of a global crisis similar to that of 1973 is very high. The precise timing is dependent on the durability of Saudi Arabia's pro-Western stance, and hence on the stability of the current political regime there. This is because Saudi Arabia is pumping more oil than it needs to, in response to Western (mainly US) political pressure. In fact, it is highly likely that if Saudi Arabia were to cut its oil output by 20%, it would actually increase revenue from sales, as the resulting supply shortfall would push prices up significantly. This must be very tempting for a country whose debt to income ratio is approximately 2:1... The only long term solution is to reduce our dependence on cheap oil from the middle-East. This is an entirely feasible thing to do, however it will require serious concerted action on the part of government, industry, and the financial sector.




What does president Bush do? Concoct a war against Iraq to liberate its oil and enrich the top 1% (one percent) of Americans!

Mario deSantis

  Said, Edward, When Will We Resist? The US is Preparing to Attack the Arab World, While the Arabs Whimper in Submission, Published on January 25, 2003 by the Guardian/UK (article provided to my attention by Sheila Steele
  Gaaaaaassssss! By Timothy Shire, January 5, 2003
  Berlusconi loses key legal battle. Berlusconi is accused of manipulating the law 28 January, 2003 BBC News,
  Judges protest over Berlusconi Berlusconi has accused judges of political bias January 18, 2003, CNN News.
  All Bush Wants is Iraqi Oil, Says Mandela Published on January 30, 2003 by the Independent (Cape Town, South Africa)
  Harris, Bill, Out of Gas: A Systems Perspective on Potential Petroleum-Fuel Depletion January 2003 Pegasus Communication,
  The Hubbert Peak for World Oil


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