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Public owned assets in Iraq to be privatized -- more US Dollars can be created (english)
27 May 2003
The real real real reason for the war.
The Bush junta has mentioned Liberty, Oil, WMDs, Saddam, Al Queda, UN Resolutions,
as reasons for the war, but never mentioned THE US DOLLAR.
The real reason for the war:

Money. (rescue of the US Dollar)

Bremer:

"... private property .... best.."

The mass privatisation of publicly owned assets
to back up the the hugely overvalued US Dollar
with REAL VALUES.

Now Iraqi public property will be used to create new US Dollars.

Huge amounts of credit (dollars) can be created by
entering new "realty" into the crazy money system.

Reality becomes 100 times equity.

check http://www.wizardsofmoney.org/ .. its ENOURMOUSLY pertinent !!

more http://www.google.com/search?q=silvio+gesell+money+theory

Apart from the Bremer press conference not much is out.
Just a few lame links (from the synchronized corporate media).

Reproduced here for completeness and reference, don't click on them
it will only glue-up your brain.

UNFREE PRESS: http://www.google.com/search?q=presse+gleichschaltung

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.ns-propaganda.de/gleichschaltung_der_medien.html

Gleichschaltung? In the Third Reich it was considered important
that the press were to report identical things, so that dissent
could not be inspired.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A40573-2003May26.html?nav=
also check
http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&q=iraq+%22is+open+for+business%22+cred

BAGHDAD - The US-led administration in Iraq is to establish a major credit facility
"within weeks" to lubricate overseas trade after last week's lifting of UN sanctions,
its head Paul Bremer has announced.
"It will be a substantial credit facility that first symbolically indicates to the world
that Iraq is open for business and also provides a practical incentive to people who
want to trade with Iraq," Bremer told a news conference.
The facility will be funded by a raft of private banks as well as the Central Bank of
Iraq, he said.


http://www.bday.co.za/bday/content/direct/1,3523,1354855-6078-0,00.html

Don't click the advertisement riddled NYTIMES:
http://www.nytimes.com/2003/05/27/international/worldspecial/27IRAQ.html
See also:
http://physics.stanford.edu/cpbl/debtsite/quotations/
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Too true (english)
27 May 2003

All around us, the failure of modern economics screams out to be addressed. The towering indifference of those shining offices scraping the sky
above the menacing ghettos of Brooklyn; the speculative channeling of billions of pounds of volatile international finance, which can leave a country
prosperous one week and plunged into decline the next; the ludicrous production of cheap goods of poor durability, so that jobs are "protected," and
we can recycle the materials and make the goods all over again; the ridiculous export drives by which every country simultaneously attacks the
economies of every other nation, under the pretence that such global free trade improves the general wellbeing; the staggering waste of a throwaway,
quick-growth, all-new spiral of constant economic change; the outrageous financial debt which Third World countries have actually paid many times
over, but which, due to interest, is now larger than ever before -- a debt which forces those impoverished nations to compete to supply goods already
in surplus; the cynical manipulation of human emotions into buying fashion-obsessed trivia; the burgeoning transport demands of escalating economic
growth and centralisation, with identical goods crisscrossing the globe, regardless of environmental cost; the fact that despite the incredible productive
capacity of the modern economy, people are obliged to work harder, with ever greater efficiency, forever forced to adapt and retrain or face a life of
indignity and misery as one of the unemployed.


-- Michael Rowbotham, "The Grip of Death"