posted on Feb, 27 2004 @ 07:46 PM
just a few examples...
Brown and Root a subsidiary of Haliburton oil of which big DICK cheney became chairman , he had no experience of oil industry , but he got the job.
Whilst he was defence secretary Brown and Root got awarded hundreds of millions of dollars worth of construction contracts in all the manipulated war
zones (bosnia, somalia, gulf etc) after the US had bombed them into oblivion. The technique is simple, you control the political decisions to start
wars that suit youre agenda; you lend the governments money to buy armaments from you and they use your oil to fight the wars; then when all this has
devastated the target country and its population,you get yourself awarded the contracts to rebuild what you have destroyed. Big DICK is the biggest
shareholder in haliburton oil with a stake over 50 million. conflict of interests perhaps?
Who supplys the US army and builds the camps around the world?
Yes you guessed it; its big DICKS Brown and Root
Quote from a study of Brown and Root
"From Bosnia and Kosovo, to Chechnya, to Rwanda, to Burma, to Pakistan, to Laos, to Vietnam, to Indonisia, to Iran to Libya to Mexico to Columbia,
Brown and Root's traditional operations have expanded from heavy construction to include provision and logistical support for the US military. Now,
instead of US army quatermasters, the world is likely to see Brown and Root warehouses storing and managing everything from uniforms to rations to
they all have there snouts in the trough
Cheney's Halliburton made huge profits out of Saddam Hussein after the first gulf war. The london financial times reported that he oversaw $25
million dollars worth of contracts for the sale of "oil industry" technology and services to Iraq, whilst at the same time supporting sanctions
against Iraq that had produced over 1 MILLION dead children.(try to imagine 1 million dead children for a minute, whilst making a profit from selling
to the sanctioned country???? )
Gee i wonder who is rebuilding Iraqs oil and transport infrastructure now?
I think i could hazard a guess..
War means big money for defence spending , all the money goes to the companys donating to both political parties , got to have better ways of killing
so got to have better weapons , we better research some more see what we can come up with gee with all the money coming in our shares are going
through the roof i bet our shareholders are happy (i wonder which faceless polititions have shares in these companies?)
that is just a small example of how war pays , ther is no profit in peace , who wants better planes, ships, missiles, bombs etc if there is no war
In a peace time Taxpayers with time to think would not tolerate such spending , its only in wartime where people think "hey we need those bombs"
that its allowed to happen. As you well know the world is always at war meaning big profits for corporations and those who own them whilst the rest