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.
full report, released Thursday.
http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/fin ... report.pdf
So, 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.
friendly 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.
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.
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.
France 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
I 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.
Bring it on.