Originally Posted by SDW2001
Your nutballery knows no bounds.
Well...no use expecting you to support that statement so let's analyse it piece by piece:
The tear gas being used against protesters in Egypt (Tunisia, Yemen, Palestine, etc) is produced by CSI (Combined Services Inc), located in Jamestown, Pennsylvania (USA)... amongst others of course.
Nutballery? No...a verifiable fact.
What's the term for denial of facts? Has to be 'nutballery' no?
CSI is, in essence, an Israeli firm and prominently flies the Israeli flag outside its US headquarters.
Also undeniable and verifiable.
Their tear gas typically contains the highly toxic component of CS gas, which killed at least one Palestinian woman (Jawaher abu Rahmah) three weeks ago.
Again...widely known. Suppressed in the MSM - unpleasant to Conservatives but widely known nonetheless.
The CS gas choking Egyptian protesters is a present from the Israelis... probably paid for, in a round-about fashion, by we the US taxpayers... nice huh.
Egypt is a major ally of Israel surprisingly enough. Not just one of the Arab States that made peace but an actual ally. Fair enough. So why not?
Nutballery? I see none yet.
But, its business as usual. For decades, especially since the end of WWII and the inexorable metastasis of the military/security/industrial cancer within the US economy, the US (corporate controlled government) has gone to an inordinate effort to THWART or EXCLUDE freedom for any nations headed by non-democratic insitutions: malleable dictatorships and autocracies make life easier and more profitable for US (and global) big business, in many sectors. The fact that the US has traditionally supported thugs, despots, dictators, juntas and autocrats, while toppling democratically elected governments in Mid East, South and Central American, and Third World nations is quite easy to understand, especially if one's retirement portfolio is weighted in companies that profit from war, chaos and unrest.
Again...a demonstrable and supportable truth. Sad but true. I wish it were otherwise but there you have it...
Mubarak is just another puppet thug. Follow the money, it's the same everywhere
Yep...sums it up...a brilliant and concise summation.
Can't argue with any of it.
Could you perhaps provide some support for your rather odd dismissal of the facts?
I guess not...