Saturday, May 22, 2004

The Anti-Chalabi Faction Rises?

Does the raid on Bush II's ex-tyrant-in-waiting's house signify the ascendency of the (largely Pentagon/CIA) faction who have always insisted Chalabi was...well, what he is, a vengeful con-man willing to tell any lie to advance himself? Or is it a purely internal Iraqi affair? Dudley Doright Powell, ever the yes-man soldier, seems to have been tirelessly plotting with his Pentagon masters for the day when the INC's ringmaster would fall from grace; but will it change anything? I firmly believe the economic/oil factors behind this massive crime are such that no matter what has been put in place, it will require permanent military muscle to keep the lid on and the oil flowing. The end of the House of Sa'ud is probably catalytical here. And that is just a matter of when not if. The whole Bush II energy policy predicated on hugely increased consumption of oil appears to be constructed around Iraq-the-colony as a necessity not a idle dream. I will not believe otherwise until we see a complete exodus of all US and US-loyal troops, which includes the various militia and security apparatus assigned to such as Halliburton, the interim quislings, the major oil wells, and other sine qua non of the Cheney-Wolfowitz gambit.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

SO was Chalabi working for the Americans or the Iranians? Does it even matter?

7:47 PM  

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