by Joseph Clifford
got into their
We supported Bin Laden and the Taliban for years, and viewed them as freedom fighters against the Russians? Isn't that strange?
as 1998 the
is more oil and gas in the
a giant American Oil conglomerate, wanted to build a 1000 mile long pipeline
UNOCAL spent $10,000,000,000 on geological surveys for pipeline construction, and very nicely courted the Taliban for their support in allowing the construction to begin. Isn't that strange?
the leading Taliban officials were in
the Taliban changed its mind and threw UNOCAL out of the country and awarded
the pipeline project to a company from
John Maresca VP of UNOCAL testified before Congress and said no pipeline until the Taliban was gone and a more friendly government was established. Isn't that strange?
1999-2000 The Taliban became the most evil people in the world. Isn't that strange?
a former Pakistani Foreign Secretary, was told by senior American officials
in mid-July that military action against
9/11 WTC disaster.
to war against
Bush blamed Bin Laden but has never offered any proof saying itís a "secret". Isn't that strange?
Taliban offered to negotiate to turn over Bin Laden if we showed them some proof. We refused; we bombed. Isn't that strange?
Bush said: "This is not about nation building. It's about getting the terrorists." Isn't that strange?
a new government in
The leader of that government formerly worked for UNOCAL. Isn't that strange?
a special envoy to represent the
The Bush family acquired their wealth through oil? Isn't that strange?
Secretary of Interior was the President of an oil company before going to
George Bush Sr. now works with the "Carlysle Group" specializing in huge oil investments around the world. Isn't that strange?
Rice worked for Chevron before gong to
Chevron named one of its newest "supertankers" after Condoleezza. Isn't that strange?
Dick Cheney worked for the giant oil conglomerate Haliburton before becoming VP. Isn't that strange?
Haliburton gave Cheney $34 Million dollars as a farewell gift when he left Haliburton. Isn't that strange?
Haliburton is in the pipeline construction business. Isn't that strange?
is $6 Trillion dollars worth of oil in the
"Itís the Oil, Stupid!"
Mr. Joseph Clifford contributed above article to Media Monitors Network (MMN) from James Town, Rhode Island, USA
by courtesy & © 2002 Joseph Clifford
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