U.S. Arms Both Sides Of Next “Profitable Conflict”
June 1, 2006 (No Responses)
NOT CONTENT with just fucking up Iraq and the Middle East in general, the U.S. has become bored with the so-called ‘war on terror’ and has started planning for the next ‘conflict’ by trading arms and missiles to boths sides in advance.
It’s pretty decent of the U.S. really not to take sides at all, or rather to sign up with both sides in advance and agree to provide shitloads of death and destruction to either. Pretty commercially savvy that.
To what am I referring? The Bush administration said Wednesday it was planning to let Pakistan buy advanced Harpoon anti-ship missiles and related equipment valued at up to $370 million in “a significant upgrade” of the Asian nation’s existing weapons systems.
Who are Pakistan most likely to go to war against? Pakistan has fought three wars with neighbouring India since the partition of British India in 1947 and tensions are regularly heightened with many border skirmishes and clashes.
Why is this significant? The Bush administration last June signed a 10-year defense pact with India outlining expanded two-way defense trade, missile-defense cooperation plans and increased opportunities for technology transfers and weapons co-production.
So we can all look forward to yet another ‘profitable conflict’ for certain American corporations and families in the near future – if Bush and his demonic legions are allowed to continue in the same vein. As if we didn’t have enough friggin’ problems already.
Armageddon here we come, arms wide open and eyes clearly focused on the Almighty Dollar!!!