Well, now we know why France,
Germany and Russian were so eager to
defend Saddam and Iraq - they were
raking in millions by profiting from
starving the Iraqi people!!! And
lest anyone think Canada just hates
us for no good reason, read the
report. Those countries are in good
company with the like of Syria and
China with the kickbacks.
Here's the full report, released
Siemens, obviously a huge German
company, is listed as one of the top
offenders. Oh, and from which
country does DaimlerChrystler,
another major offender, hearken? You
got it, Germany.
neighbors to the north make the top
10 list, too. Maloney Industries, an
oil equipment company, profited
handsomely. I wonder if the Canadian
minister wench that stomped on a
Bush doll had her hands in it? We
will find out.
Engineering Company really gives the
word "engineeirng" a bad name in
light of the report of its crooked
dealings. Were they the ones that
sold Saddam the devices that were
supposed to block our GPS signals so
the smart bombs and cruise missiles
would reverse course and attack
their launchers? They failed
miserably. The old boy Putin could
not have been pleased.
Sinochem (China) and SES (Syria)
major players. No surprise.
Say, what is this name Marc Rich
plastered all over the report?
Hmmmm...name rings a bell. Oh yeah,
that's the guy Clinton pardoned on
his last day in office. Poor Mr.
Rich, who's buxom wife Bill was
friendly with, had been run out of
the country for illicit dealings.
Probably just a coincidence, right?
Seems Sweden loved taking food
and medicine from the Iraqi people,
too, with both Volvo (car of choice
of the American liberal yuppies) and
Atlas Copco Airpower.
Big-mouth George Galloway is up to
his America-hating eyeballs in the
scandal. He'll do jail time for
sure. Gotta laugh.
chose to involve itself heavily on
the management and logistics side
rather than the trading of material
goods (other than, of course, the
stockpiles of fresh French weapons
found in the bunkers during the
convoy to Baghdad).
anxiously await the dissection and
scrutiny of the report whereby we
will obtain lots of names of
politicians and business people
directly involved. Might we find
that those who objected the loudest
to the Iraq war had the most to
loose? Methinks so.