Colombia should have been the next designated battlefield -- before Afghanistan. After all, this is the place which produces the drugs, which power the New York Stock Exchange, which launders the money through the major New York banks and "investment" firms, which feeds the so-called "Global Economy."
Colombia is so important, in fact, that NASDAQ Chairman Richard Grasso
himself traveled there a few years ago to convince the drug producers and traffickers to continue to "invest" in the US Stock Exchange, rather than funnel their drug profits directly into the Colombian infrastructure -- without giving New York its cut.
And then September 11 happened -- and (cue up the sad track) the
terrorist action-movie "Collateral Damage" was postponed.
Today the real "collateral damage" is the Government-Media's complete
loss of credibility with its bogus "explanation" of the destruction of the World Trade Center. Also, dummied-up poll results, showing overwhelming support for the Bush Dictatorship, are as ludicrous as the statistics quoted by Communist State Organs for the overwhelming support of former Soviet "presidents.