Friday, October 29, 2010

October 29 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: A Privatized Army For 'Eradication Nation'? Are Government Run Armies Too Cumbersome?

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Cabale News ServiceOctober 29 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: A Privatized Army For 'Eradication Nation' - Is Government Control Too Cumbersome A Way To Run A Modern Industrial Nation's Army?

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The presidential commission on the Deepwater/Horizon spill has come to the same conclusion as the critics and independent specialists. The cement used in the final installation of the well was NOT TO SPEC, and the tests they used before pouring showed that. Halliburton may get shafted for this.

The cost of making enemies everywhere... The intelligence agencies of the United States have put out a KNOWN budget (black and 'wet' ops not enumerated anywhere of course). The estimate... 80 BILLION DOLLARS for 2010 alone.

The offensive in Kandahar Afghanistan is OFFENSIVE with local hospitals reporting LARGE NUMBERS OF CIVILIAN CASUALTIES. That should win their hearts and minds, for our enemies.

He claims retirement is a human right... The Dali Lama says he might retire after all these long hard years of enlightenment, enlightening, organizing a guerrilla insurgency in Tibet in return for 'extraction' by the CIA (he was 17 at the time), appearing in Western advertising, etc.

For more on the CIA and it's involvement in Tibet see: The CIA Circus: Tibet's Forgotten Army (How the CIA sponsored and betrayed Tibetans in a war the world never knew about) by R Sengupta, Outlook, February 15, 1999.

42! - China has a new super-computer that can do 2705 TRILLION calculations per second.

"Toe to Toe with the Rooskies" when we finally make that (less budget draining) move to invade the South for it's extractive resources? Russia has decided to go into the mercenary business after seeing some countries such as the United States, South Africa, Colombia, and Samoa do the same. It will consist of ex-soldiers and police to guard their oil installations, some of which are in Latin America.

Speaking of Mercenaries, something NOT ALLOWED under US law, BlackwaterUSA criminal and tort cases are collapsing despite the utter illegality of running a mercenary organization from US soil... No matter that the State Department and other government agencies employ them, they're still outlaws.

...And Finally:

Remember Iraq?
Invaded and infrastructure destroyed based on a pack of lies, then left essentially government-less (Chalabi is in the hot-seat, but illegitimately so, due to parliamentary deadlocks.)
Middle East Roundtable

Edition 20 Volume 8 - October 28, 2010

Regional ramifications of the governmental impasse in Iraq

Analysis, critique, and commentary by Faiza Alaraji, Hamid Alkifaey, Safa A. Hussein, and Mahjoob Zweiri

• The dilemma of democracy in new Iraq - Faiza Alaraji

The key to Iraq's future is not in the hands of the Iraqi people anymore.
• Iran-weary Arabs won't be comfortable with a Shiite government in Baghdad - Hamid Alkifaey

Many believe the current political impasse in Iraq is due to a regional power struggle over control of the country.
• Opportunities for foreign influence - Safa A. Hussein

It is not difficult to foresee Iraq emerging as an influential regional power.
• Iran's linkages - Mahjoob Zweiri

Iraq, in Iran's backyard, must not become a source of threat. That is Iran's strategic goal.
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