posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 05:52 PM
Hi my names Alex and I’m 21 and very interested in the super natural and alternative religions (especially taboo subjects like who wrote them). I'm
also into politics mostly because I want a better world and love to embrace the truth. For me this has meant changing many passionate beliefs many
times. I used to have zero respect for Saddam Hussein, now I not only believe him to be a good leader but a good man too. Most people think that’s
crazy because of all the people he killed. Yes he’s had blood on his hands but so does every head of state and the amount of people killed has been
grossly exaggerated by our media. Of course that doesn’t justify anything. But its interesting that not one mass grave has been found in Iraq dating
outside the period of history when we were supporting him.
If I was to explain everything that’s made me as Westerner and veteran of British boarding school like this mans leadership and damn right bravery
so much I would run out of space. Briefly you should know that Kuwait’s earliest history starts in 1710 and that the territory had been part of Iraq
for over 5200 years before 1922. The Uquair Protocol of 1922 was drawn up by the British (who ruled the region as part of our empire) to include as
much of Iraq’s oil wealth as possible within the boarders of Kuwait since feared Iraq would become too powerful in the future. That is why Kuwait
has so much. In the summer of 1921 Winston Churchill was the first to suggest using mustard gas against the rebellious Kurds (he was Secretary for air
and war in the region at the time). Our sanctions which by the UN’s own estimates killed 1.5 million Iraqi’s between 1991 and 2003 had nothing to
do with WMD’s and everything to do with the fact that we needed to keep Iraq weak because Saddam was a threat to Israel. Had Saddam stopped
supporting the Palestinian’s and given up his hostility to the “damned holy land” the sanctions would have been lifted. But not lifting was
expensive to our economy (because of lost oil markets) but lifting them would have made Saddam strong. A catch 22 which we solved by the removal of
Saddam. If you want to know why Israel is important to us because the organization known as “Friends of Israel” (it’s paid for by the Israeli
government and Jewish “extremists” and was formally known as the Zionism movement).
Unlike the Soviet Union nearly everything you want to know about our system is publicly available, but the state commits its crimes in the knowledge
that the vast majority of people are to busy or lazy to look stuff up properly.
The media does jack all because it’s owned by few so people. Take Rupert Murdoch in England he owns the Sun (10 million readers), The Times, The
News of the World and the Sport daily newspapers. He also Sky News, Fox News and over 200 other sky channels (as well as a large stake in the
terrestrial Channel 5), in addition he owns 175 newspapers world wide (all of which supported the war in Iraq). Companies like Time Warner are bad too
because the people who control them have political beliefs, and it is well known politicians and business people do deals. There’s nothing illegal
about it in our system. Only actually making up something is illegal (and often poorly punished). Basically regarding the media there is little
competition and no legal requirement to keep you informed, it would seem just distracted and therefore entertained will do.
Before I go I would like to say I have some prints of letters by Saddam addressed to the American people regarding September 11th. Despite that they
were never broadcast in the western media. I would happily make the contents available to you but probably only electronically as they cost me £2.00
and I have no intention of going bankrupt, and so many people share stuff with. Frankly I think Saddam’s a spiritual man who despite all his sins
changed. I might be alone on the planet but if you want to know why I go that far in my belief just ask. I’m someone who’s been both pro and
against war, and would like to think I came full circle due to a state of education. Always happy to be proved wrong though; because in politics all
people can know the truth but can never know that they know it, or else their arrogant and worse fanatical.
Yours sincerely Alexander Jowett