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The brutal attacksbombings this week in New York and Washington DC along with threats of attacks there and elsewhere in the country have changed our times forever While the mass media concentrates on the details of the destruction and the blanketed words of politicians I will attempt to understand and explain the events from the fence BOMBING AND BEING BOMBED ARE THE SAME THINGS ON DIFFERENT SIDES OF THE FENCE Terror is not a spontaneous human action without credence People just dont hijack planes and commit harikari suicide without any weight of thought to the action No one in the media seems to ask WHY DID THESE PEOPLE DO THIS HORRIFIC ACT OF VIOLENCE AND DESTRUCTION To be able to understand the answer to this we must first look at our US Mideast Policy During most of the 20th century US businesses have worked on attaining oil rights and concessions from countries in the Middle East and Eastern Europe After WWI secret back door deals by our State Dept yielded oil rights from then defeated Turkey to fields in what is now Iraq and Saudi Arabia in return for looking the other way at a crime against humanity the Genocide of the Armenians by the Turks Oil profits have been the motivating factors behind many attempts at counterinsurgency of democratic regimes by the CIA and the US in the Middle East such as Iran in the 1950s where the Shah replaced the Prime Minister who refused to give up oil rights to the US and since the people couldnt deal with the Shah an extremist government headed by the Ayatollah Khomeini ultimately prevailed During the Iran-Iraq war America supplied both sides with weapons and advice These are not the actions of a rich superpower wanting peace Lets not forget that Saddam Hussein before being Americas vision of the Anti-Christ was a close ally of the US and the CIA So what
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