Originally posted by GoodOlDave
Originally posted by ugie1028
So your judging them based on their... clothing...
No, I'm judging them by their pretending to be something they're really not. They claim to be protestors searching for the truth when in reality,
their uniforms show them to be Alex Jones groupies, and you have to be into some real hard core paranoid drivel to be an Alex Jones groupie.
lol, I'm not judging them by their clothing, but "you have to be into some real hard core paranoid drivel to be an Alex Jones groupie"... haha. You
ever wear a nike shirt?, must be a nike groupie.. drive a honda, honda groupie?
Dude there is no possible way to know where these people purchased their clothes, and to assume ones personality based on a t-shirt is almost as silly
as the elites 9/11 story and excuses for wars.
Afganistan was on the unocal, bush, cheney menu long before 9/11 gave them the excuse they needed.. must be a pure coincidence:
Guess who paid the taliban near $400 million: enron, why? to bribe them into allowing a pipeline through afghanistan. The taliban leaders were even
wooed in texas..
1998 Congressional record, 2/12/98 statement by John J. Maresca, vice president of international relations at Unocal Corporation.. who admits 4 years
before 9/11 unocal started work on the pipeline that was to cross Afghanistan. They only had 1 problem:
"... the need for U.S. support for international and regional efforts to achieve balanced and lasting political settlements to the conflicts in
the region, including Afghanistan.
The country has been involved in bitter warfare for almost two decades, and is still divided by civil war. From the outset, we have made it clear
that construction of the pipeline we have proposed across Afghanistan could not begin until a recognized government is in place that has the
confidence of governments, lenders, and our company.
But they started work developing the afghan pipe line anyway..
Last October, the Central Asia Gas Pipeline Consortium, called CentGas, in which Unocal holds an interest, was formed to develop a gas pipeline
which will link Turkmenistan's vast Dauletabad gas field with markets in Pakistan and possibly India. The proposed 790-mile pipeline will open up new
markets for this gas, traveling from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan to Multan in Pakistan. The proposed extension would move gas on to New
Delhi, where it would connect with an existing pipeline. As with the proposed Central Asia oil pipeline, CentGas can not begin construction until
an internationally recognized Afghanistan Government is in place.
unocal was even kind enough to supply a new afghan president, one of their consultants: Hamid Karzai
Which company would make lots of $$ from this pipeline?: Halliburton... who met with taliban loving enron in 2001? cheney.
Vice President Cheney held several secret meetings with top Enron officials, including its Chairman Kenneth Lay, earlier in 2001. These meetings
were presumably part of Cheney’s non-public Energy Task Force sessions. A number of Enron stockholders, including Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld
and Trade Representative Robert Zoellick, became officials in the Bush administration. In addition, Thomas White, a former Vice Chairman of Enron and
a multimillionaire in Enron stock, currently serves as the Secretary of the Army. A chief benefactor in the CentGas deal would have been Halliburton,
"... U.S. oil company Unocal Corp. had been negotiating with the Taliban since 1995 to build “oil and gas pipelines from Turkmenistan, through
Afghanistan and into Pakistani ports on the Arabian sea.” He cited Ahmed Rashid’s authoritative book “Taliban, Militant Islam, Oil and
Fundamentalism in Central Asia” as a source for this information.
Rashid, who has reported on Afghan wars for more than 20 years as a correspondent for the Eastern Economic Review and the Daily Telegraph, carefully
documents in his book how the U.S. and Pakistan helped install the Taliban
in hopes of bringing stability to the war-ravaged region and making
it safer for the pipeline project"
"The terrorist acts of Sept. 11, though tragic, provided the Bush administration a legitimate reason to invade Afghanistan, oust the recalcitrant
Taliban and, coincidentally, smooth the way for the pipeline. To make things even smoother, the U.S. engineered the rise to power of two former Unocal
employees: Hamid Karzai, the new interim president of Afghanistan, and Zalmay Khalizad, the Bush administration’s Afghanistan envoy."