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GUEST,Dreaded Guest BS: Maybe Bush is right. (59* d) RE: BS: Maybe Bush is right. 06 Mar 03

Sorry you're confused, McGrath, but I just tell it like I see it.

I think people want to believe in political conspiracies because they can't believe they let themselves be so OBVIOUSLY taken advantage of. It makes it more tolerable if you tell yourself it was some convoluted scheme you couldn't have anticipated. But with Iraq and the U.S., it really IS as simple as I've laid out. This stuff is being done to empower the U.N.

Examine what GWBush is doing. It makes no sense on any level. Gas prices are up at the pumps in the U.S., and the Iraqi oil will be going to the U.N., not the U.S. And Caspian sea oil secured by the US is going to China, not the U.S. The U.S. consumer won't benefit oil-wise from this at all. And a war would just drain our treasury and push us further into debt. And the situation is already creating ill-will towards the U.S. around the world. There is absolutely no benefit to the U.S. in engaging in a 'war' with Iraq.

So, as with any crime, you ask 'Who stands to gain?' The only answer is...the U.N. and the cause of world govt. Bush's father himself said this was the establish a New World Order at the expense of national sovereignty. This isn't a conspiracy. We've been TOLD what is going on.

I DO believe there are some things govts do that are so unacceptable they MUST be covered up and confused (JFK's assassination, GWBush's bombings on Sept 11), but this Iraq thing is all being done in plain sight because the Bushes want to advance the U.N and the New World Order. And I don't like it because global govt means scrapping my U.S. Constitution.

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