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 Post subject: War and the "New World Order"
PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2007 10:43 pm 
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War is the ultimate means of attempting to change societies and reshape nations. It is through war that national economies and political structures can be forcibly restructured. War is, potentially, the ultimate economic shock therapy. The wars in the Middle East are stepping stones towards establishing a vision of global order that has been in the hearts and minds of the Anglo-American establishment for years. That vision is global ascendancy.



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Well ya :lol: They call it "Regime Change" :evil:

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Seems the US has lost a lot of CLOUT during the Bush years!



[url=http://www.mcclatchydc.com/world/story/38319.html]Mideast negotiations now bypassing Washington
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By Warren P. Strobel and Hannah Allam | McClatchy Newspapers

WASHINGTON — In a week of dramatic developments in the Middle East, the most dramatic development of all may have been the fact that the United States, long considered the region's indispensable player, was missing in action.

As its closest allies cut deals with their adversaries this week over the Bush administration's opposition, Washington was largely reduced to watching.

More painful for President Bush, friends he's cultivated — and spent heavily on — in Lebanon and Iraq asked the United States to remain in the background, underlining how politically toxic an association with the U.S. can be for Arab leaders.

Over the past few days:

The Lebanese government, which has received $1.3 billion and political support from the Bush administration, compromised with the Hezbollah-led opposition, giving the Iranian-backed Shiite Muslim group, which Washington considers a terrorist organization, a greater role in running the country.

Israel ignored U.S. objections and entered indirect peace talks with Syria through Turkey, another longtime U.S. ally.

The U.S.-backed Iraqi government of Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki deployed military forces to Baghdad's Sadr City slum under an agreement that specifically excluded U.S. troops.

Saudi Arabia, a crucial oil supplier and long a major buyer of U.S. weapons, is quietly closing what could be a multibillion-dollar arms deal with Russia, according to a U.S. defense official.

State Department officials scoffed at the notion that the United States has been relegated to the sidelines.

Private analysts and some foreign diplomats, however, said that leaders in the Middle East, both friend and foe, are now calculating with an eye to the era after President Bush — who visited Israel, Saudi Arabia and Egypt this month with little visible effect.

Others said that by refusing to talk to adversaries and using bristling "with-
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I wish that last sentence made more sense.

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The entire ARTICLE is at the link!

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Thanks, the article completed the picture. Plus I like to chat and let folks know I read their blurb.



I know someone who "encountered" the negotiating strategies of administrative agents.

He flipped them the bird and is still under surveillance. They ain't very good negotiators. Arrogant to the 10th power.

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Well, I doubt seriously if any Bush rep is treated with the same kind of subservience they might have received earlier by leaders from/in other countries. Things have changed. Bush is a lame duck. He's one of the most unpopular people on the planet. His policies have done great harm to most of the nations of the world. If anybody is flipping the finger at anyone, it's America getting flipped.

It's going to take a lot of work for America to regain her PRE-W status. It may not happen in our lifetimes. :(

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:lol:

Do you suppose W would know who Hegel was?

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Is he prominently featured in "My Pet Goat"?

Our sources confrim that Bush spent several minutes reading that tome.

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Maybe the goat's name? :lol:

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