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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Iraq Order 81

This story was very offensive. The US had a military occupation of Iraq.

As part of the military occupation, "Order 81" was one of the laws imposed. "Order 81" made it *ILLEGAL* for Iraqi farmers to use the heirloom seeds they had been using for decades. They were required to buy seeds from US-controlled agricultural corporations.

That's a clear example of war profiteering. One "side benefit" of the invasion was more profits for Monsanto!

War is an excellent opportunity for insiders to steal. Insiders profit from war, while forcing the slaves to pay. War is a great excuse for taking away freedom. "Order 81" is a flagrant example of war profiteering.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is one of those "gems" that are invaluable to know if one wants to figure out why did we go to Iraq, to bring them freedom or to shackle them to slavery.


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