Sunday, February 26, 2006
PORT DEAL A BREACH OF TRUST...AGAIN
February 26, 2006
I cannot come to a decision on what is worse?
The White House and and Republican party people endorsing this $7 billion deal giving the United Arab Emirates-owned Dubai Ports World control over significant operations at six major American ports in New York, New Jersey, New Orleans, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Miami?
Or...the Democrats and their sudden shift in philosophy regarding their criticism of this deal - and the sudden change of heart that goes with it, a little something that could be referred to as racial profiling...so long as it can be attached to anything that serves their purpose in flaming the current President?
Choose your own poison.
In this age of living in a world that is under continuous terrorist threat from a multitude of different angles, I cannot justify this move by the White House at all.
Yes, I understand that we now live within the parameters of a global business community that has different ownership groups with many companies - that represent hundreds of nations all over the world.
But to me this is different.
I had Los Angeles radio talk show host John Ziegler on my program recently - and Ziegler thinks this deal with the UAE to be a completely over-hyped story that doesn't possess the numerous negative features that I and others continue to talk about.
Ziegler also made the point of saying on my program, that the UAE wouldn't risk becoming a part of any terrorist plot against the United States, because America would then blame who else, but the UAE.
I contend that without "terrorism" having any nation to call its own, it can, and does in its nomadic existence, strike countries without having to claim any one piece of territory or land as its own.
Sure we know that terrorist groups exist in multiple countries, and we have targeted selected areas of certain countries to bomb in retaliation of their activities.
But the White House isn't able to say for instance, that terrorism's home ballpark is located specifically and only in Iraq. Or Iran. Or in Saudi Arabia. Or in Afghanistan.
With this in mind, my concern is that we have now given "terrorism", not the UAE, a backstage pass, to plan and implement possible life threatening action against large numbers of United States citizens.
The red flags on this deal are endless.
How does one get around ignoring the fact that the 911 attack on America had Saudi ties? This of course is supposing that you believe it to be true that the Government has been completely honest with all of us concerning the 911 attacks. Conspiracy theorists like myself can stay after class on this one for additional thoughts and conjecture.
How is it that all of a sudden a country that has proven to be less than trustworthy in their support of America - is now given control of managing all incoming and outgoing cargo in this country?
From what I am to understand, port security and quality control issues are suspect without the UAE's involvement to begin with.
If this new addition to potential terrorist activity is eventually exploited by those seeking to do harm to this country - will people then point to the UAE's involvement and lack of concern for this country and its well being?
Of course they will.
But Saudi Arabia will beg this criticism off, and just like John Ziegler pointed out on my show earlier this week, they would claim ignorance and cite the massive financial investment they have made to acquire controlling interest in these ports as reason enough for people to think twice before accusing them of any kind of ill minded intentions.
Which is why this is a lose-lose proposition right from the moment of conception.
Is this deal in the best interests of the United States Of America and her people?
Is this deal in the best interest of Homeland Security and the myriad obstacles this branch of the Government faces each day in attempting to keep our borders safe?
This deal is neither of those things - what it is, is a breach of trust, another example of how the elite in this world are continuing to spin and direct the domino's in their favor to fashion an eventual take over that will dictate how future lives will be led the world over.
Our lives right now are in the midst of significant change, a slippery slope of new laws and laws broken, that are giving you and me less in the way of personal freedoms, and more in the way of manipulative and cunning vehicles designed to infringe upon the very liberties that the Constitution provides for.
But what am I talking about?
Unfortunately not that many people to be honest.
Too many in our gone to hell country are oblivious to the Kool-Aid being fed down the throats of those who are eagerly looking for second helpings - than to possess the smarts to see all the pictures falling off the walls.
Who has time for this stuff, when we're talking about how the Nuggets still haven't addressed their outside shooting concerns, or what the Broncos can do to get back to the AFC Championship game?
President Bush sounds more and more like a Liberal Democrat when he talks about hurting the feelings of the Saudis and other people in the middle east by stopping this deal from going through.
Funny when one thinks that the President likes to refer to himself as a "War President", then goes ahead and gives the green light to a transaction that has trouble written all over it.
Question: Does this deal make it easier for terrorist groups to strike again on American soil, Mr President?
Anyone answering that question that says "no", is...well, just plain stupid.
Apparently a top secret U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, decided recently that there was no security risk for America involved in this deal.
Was Saddam Hussein and Bin-Laden on that panel?
Look folks, when it comes to Politicians, when it comes to the power elite in this world, there are deals being made all the time that have nothing at all to do with national security interests - and everything to do with how much money, power, and control, will be transferred in any one of a number of different transactions being consummated.
This deal is most likely a part of that world Government system that looks at you and I as nothing more than ants.
Please, if I keep going with this thing, I'll soon begin to dive head first into other conviction based feelings I have on the planned destruction of America and its on going strategy.
I'll conclude for now by saying that this thing reeks of a repugnant aroma that can be smelled all the way out here in Denver, and throughout the state of Colorado.
And we're not even close to any water.
p.s. I'm a member of the Constitution Party. You do remember the Constitution? www.constitutionparty.com
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