posted on Jan, 8 2005 @ 07:23 PM
I've posted on a couple of different threads my opinion on the real numbers. I don't know if you've read any of the other stuff, this may be
redundant, but in short: I think that America, UK, Australia, Indonesia were conducting operations using a large number of mercenaries in the area.
All those mercenaries could have been washed away. That's why the initial estimates came in so low, with everyone around Aceh and the Maldives tight
A whole lot of governments were looking around the circle, trying to get their story straight, releasing as little info as possible about the missing
men. If anyone knows a missing mercenary, let us know. Of course we're not going to get any replies to that solicitation, and therein lies the
problem. The rising dependence on mercenary forces by the US warplanners is alarming. There's a whole story behind Aceh and the indigenous
people's rebellion against foreign investment and control over their oil wealth. South East Asia was just one theater in the dirty global war.
Columbia, don't even get me started on Columbia. And now Venezuela is giving America's oil to Russia, pretty soon we're going to need all the
Indonesias and Iraqs we can get, otherwise or cars might go thirsty. This is like a badly malformed Iraq flashback I'm having. Small country with
lots of oil, rebelious religious natives, covert war leading to open war. There're all the makings of a conspiracy I tell ya'!