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The Mangling of Logic Pt. 12


With reason seemingly being officially regarded as an enemy of the state, it stands to reason that appointing Paul Wolfowitz as the shiny new chairman of the International Security Advisory Board is the perfectly logical thing to do.

The 'board' is a prestigious State Department panel which has access to highly classified intelligence, and advises Condoleeza Rice on disarmament, nuclear proliferation, WMD issues and other matters.

To refresh our memories, Wolfowitz was one of the key architects of the illegal Iraq invasion, war, and continuing brutal occupation;
Meanwhile, reports continue to emerge of U.S. attacks on Iraqi civilians. Earlier today the Pentagon said U.S. soldiers mistakenly shot five civilians traveling in a car in the town of Tarmiya north of Baghdad. One passenger died while being taken to the hospital. Five Iraqi civilians, including a child, were killed in similar U.S. shootings last week.

...as the deputy secretary of defense under fellow war criminal Donald Rumsfeld. He resigned, as did Rumsfeld. Both distancing themselves of any responsibility.

He then was inexplicably awarded the job of president of the World Bank, where his outstanding contributions were cronyism, corruption and terrible socks. He was forced to resign.

And so, illogically, inexorably, his next job should be working for the US taxpayer. Of course, that's not really who he's working for. The reason he keeps popping up like a zit on the face of humanity is because he reliably does what he's told on behalf of his real employers; international bankers and corporations, who's own mangled form of logic demands this kind of ridiculousness.

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