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Drugs to Facilitate US Economy and the Fight for Oil

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This film, titled “The Truth and Lies of 9/11” by Michael Ruppert, an author, investigative journalist and former LAPD officer investigates the real reasons behind the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. Ruppert does not base his analysis on any sort of speculation about the 9/11 attacks, but on substantive evidence. A good book to read by Ruppert covering this subject is “Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil”.

 
Related Articles:
http://republicanredefined.com/2009/10/29/drud-trafficking-brother-of-hamid-karzai-on-cia-payroll/
http://presscore.ca/nbg/index.php?entry=entry100727-204624
http://nwoobserver.wordpress.com/2009/08/25/cia-secret-operations-drug-money/#more-4381
http://nwoobserver.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/the-geopolitics-behind-the-phony-us-war-in-afghanistan/
http://www.geopoliticalmonitor.com/afghan-heroin-the-cia
 
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Top GOP Candidates

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This year, the GOP has decided not to let anyone who exhibits even a smidgen of intelligence or honesty run. It is the race to the least vile and abhorrent. Amongst all the clowns, Gingrich and Perry take the cake. Huntsman has a very lackluster candidacy and seems like he should belong in the Democratic party, and Santorum is a hypocritical and loony Christian fanatic. I ultimately think that it will come down to Paul, who is suddenly being touted as some sort of hero and Romney, who will say anything to win. I will be outlining and comparing these two in this article.

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“I actually never thought that Barack Obama was anything but a typical Democratic party politician, which to me meant that he was probably in bed with Wall Street. I did think that he was a smart guy, and his heart was in the right place. I was disappointed at the extent to which he went overboard to be a pal of Wall Street after he got elected, but I wasn’t that terribly surprised. His number one campaign contributor was Goldman Sachs. When he got elected, he immediately brought in a whole army of people who had been close to Bob Rubin, Citigroup officials, Goldman Sachs guys. So it’s not surprising that we got the economic policies out of him that we got. I think a lot of people had expectations for him that were unreasonable”.

 – Matt Taibbi (Journalist, Rolling Stone)

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