Saturday, July 22, 2006

The premise is

that war is high profit, and so let there be as much of it in the future as possible.

In April 2003, at a teach-in at the University of California, Los Angeles sponsored by Americans for Victory Over Terrorism, R. James Woolsey, a former CIA director and founding member of PNAC, told the audience that "This fourth world war, I think, will last considerably longer than either World Wars I or II did for us; hopefully not the full four-plus decades of the Cold War." end quote.

But former reichsfuhrer Woolsey, your hopes are vain, because:

Quote, John Stauber, Center for Media & Democracy:
"The Cold War was the best thing that ever happened to American capitalism, and the collapse of the Soviet Union was a disaster for the Eisenhower-named military-industrial complex," Stauber pointed out.

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