posted on Mar, 8 2013 @ 01:20 AM
Originally posted by Catalyst317
So, around 5,000 Americans were destined to loose their lives and that was part of the "mission"?
500, 5,000, 50,000, it doesn't really matter to those creating the conflict for profit. Those dying are just the little people, pawns to be moved
around the chessboard and of little or no interest, other than perhaps a couple of hand-wringing photo ops as another bunch of flag draped coffins fly
As for the "rebuilding" effort, I remember several years ago seeing a news report about a bridge that had been damaged by USAF bombing. Iraqi
engineers surveyed the bridge and reported back that the damage was largely superficial and the bridge itself was still structurally sound. They put
in a cost estimate of around $30,000 to clean up the mess and get it open again. Along comes the big US corporation tasked with bidding for the
repair and rebuild of the bridge, and puts in an estimate of $3Million. Guess who won the repair contract?
The whole Iraq debacle was one BIG money laundering and profit making scheme from start to finish - is it actually over yet? - and a lot of people did
very well indeed from those profits. In fact, nearly all of the wars in modern times can be traced back to the bankers as the instigators, not really
what we are taught in school or endless "history" programmes. Money is the big driver here, and control of it, or the debt that the wars create is
the real goal, as through debt comes control.