Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Friday, July 25, 2003

TRAITOROUS RUMMY, Shaking Hands with Saddam Hussein--And Supplying the Iraqi Dictator with Money, Loans, and **Oil Field Equipment**

Traitor Rumsfeld, Shaking Hands with Saddam Hussein

This is a very carefully researched piece on the origins of GOPPER establishment of "THE IRAQI DICTATOR AND BAD PERSON" (petty_despot_Chimper) in the seat of power in Iraq. One of those, 'we can make you we can break you' moments that gangsters in power have, and abuse.

It even features the picture that the aging and unstable Hummer Rumsfeld thought would never appear...shaking hands with the IRAQI DICTATOR.

This National Security Advisory clearly shows that "Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely."

The following is only the very last paragraph. It is not a long briefing and should be known to fully understand the perfidy of crook Bush#41 and even worse, the mendacity and impeachable offenses of of petty_despot_chimper Bush #43. He needs to be dragged kicking and scratching, not only in front of a debate with his Democratic presidential replacement in 2004, but a War Crimes Tribunal.

Bush, and his entire big oil cabal, murdering, maiming gangsters, slaughtering bastards one and all, should be hung. Hung by their necks until dead. Would anything less bring justice to the long-suffering people of Iraq?


The current Bush administration discusses Iraq in starkly moralistic terms to further its goal of persuading a skeptical world that a preemptive and premeditated attack on Iraq could and should be supported as a "just war." The documents included in this briefing book reflect the realpolitik that determined this country's policies during the years when Iraq was actually employing chemical weapons. Actual rather than rhetorical opposition to such use was evidently not perceived to serve U.S. interests; instead, the Reagan administration did not deviate from its determination that Iraq was to serve as the instrument to prevent an Iranian victory. Chemical warfare was viewed as a potentially embarrassing public relations problem that complicated efforts to provide assistance. The Iraqi government's repressive internal policies, though well known to the U.S. government at the time, did not figure at all in the presidential directives that established U.S. policy toward the Iran-Iraq war. The U.S. was concerned with its ability to project military force in the Middle East, and to keep the oil flowing.(emphasis by NLTCP blog)

Most of the information in this briefing book, in its broad outlines, has been available for years. Some of it was recorded in contemporaneous news reports; a few investigative reporters uncovered much more - especially after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait. A particular debt is owed to the late representative Henry Gonzales (1916-2000), Democrat of Texas, whose staff extensively investigated U.S. policy toward Iraq during the 1980s and who would not be deterred from making information available to the public [Note 2].

Almost all of the primary documents included in this briefing book were obtained by the National Security Archive through the Freedom of Information Act and were published in 1995 [Note 3].

Some of the notes in this report need Acrobat Reader, available at the report website.


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