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BlueDog2u Donating Member (692 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-21-04 01:07 PM
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138. Woo
Edited on Sun Nov-21-04 01:08 PM by BlueDog2u
I think you've got the big picture pretty well covered in your post. The involvement of these companies in international elections technology is a shocking development for me.

Are Bush and the Saudi's trying to corner the world's oil market?

Of course. And even before I learned about the possible insider trading scam involvement in 9-11 --see the thread in editorials for details - I wondered why in the hell Bush pushed so hard to go after Iraq and ignored the Saudia Arabia connection which was so obvious and let Bin Ladin live to taunt the US before our elections...o, I guess that helped Bush, didn't it? Turns out, of course, that both the Saudis and the Pakistan intelligence services, which collaborated in the murder of Daniel Pearl before deciding to execute his killers for knowing too much, were into 9-11 up to their eyeballs. And Michael Moore has proven that Bush's family ties to the Bin Ladin's in particular go way back, so we are seeing a kind of multinational consolidation of dynastic thuggery on several continents.

what hand Accenture/Halliburton played in the Afghanistan elections and the upcoming Iraq Elections?

Good question for investigation.
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