Bush has set up a classic scam. He takes more troops to increase the number there, then he pays us back with withdrawals. But the withdrawals are from the extra troops that went into the surge.
Others pointing this out already:
The withdrawals start now with a small amount. They are completed by next summer with a withdrawal of 30,000. The Bush scheme deserves its own name, a Surge Scam or Bush Surge Scheme or Bush Surge Scam.
This means Bush doesn’t have to do anything about Iran or Pakistan before leaving office. Iran can build its nuclear program and Pakistan can keep building nukes. Pakistan is working on a miniaturized nuclear warhead to go on missiles on subs. They will sell these to Saudi Arabia, Hugo Chavez, Iran, Turkey and UAE. Pakistan has about 30 billion in debt still and its foreign interest is greater than gross exports, or was on 9-11 2001. This scheme lets Pakistan and Bush keep avoiding the truth about Pakistan’s role before, during and after 9-11.
Bush is buying Pakistan the time it needs to complete its nuclear missile subs that it can sell to oil rich wealthy states that oppose it. This will allow Pakistan and Saudi Arabia and UAE to forever escape being held accountable for their roles before, during and after 9-11.
The Bush family and Bush himself received financial help from the Saudis. The Bush neocon complex has links to the Saudis, UAE, Pakistan, etc. The term Neocon Industrial Complex (NIC) at this date appears to have only been used by this link.
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In a classic move from Russian intelligence, Pakistan minister says “Jews behind 9-11”:
Saudi Government Provided Aid to 9/11 Hijackers, Sources Say
By Josh Meyer
The Los Angeles Times
Saturday 02 August 2003
WASHINGTON – The 27 classified pages of a congressional report about Sept. 11 depict a Saudi government that not only provided significant money and aid to the suicide hijackers but also allowed potentially hundreds of millions of dollars to flow to Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups through suspect charities and other fronts, according to sources familiar with the document.
One U.S. official who has read the classified section said it describes “very direct, very specific links” between Saudi officials, two of the San Diego-based hijackers and other potential co-conspirators “that cannot be passed off as rogue, isolated or coincidental.”
Said another official: “It’s really damning. What it says is that not only Saudi entities or nationals are implicated in 9/11, but the [Saudi] government” as well.
The nearly 900-page report, released last week, concluded that a series of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence failures preceded the Sept. 11 attacks and that there was evidence of financial support for the hijackers by an unnamed foreign government. U.S. officials have confirmed that that government is Saudi Arabia, but nearly all the details supporting that claim are contained in the lengthy redacted section of the document.
However one interprets the 27 pages, all who have read them agreed on one thing: If they are made public, they will prove extremely embarrassing not only to the Saudi government but also to the U.S. government, particularly to the FBI for missing so many clues pointing to Riyadh and for not aggressively investigating them, sources said.
Since that visit, the official said, Saudi leaders have reneged on virtually all of the promised reforms.