Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Figuring out what they are up to now

you have to examine the past. The killing of leaders by the US, based on racism and greed was much more blatant in the past. Look how the US is rattling sabers against Iran now. What does Iran have that North Korea does not? How about Iraq, what do they have? Drugs pay for covert actions and wars, what does Afghanistan have?

Patrice Lumumba was an African anti-colonial leader and the first legally elected Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo after he helped to win its independence from Belgium in June 1960.

Excerpt: The Belgian Commission finds that Belgium had not actively sought the death of Lumumba by his transfer to Katanga, but did not show foresight either; he died within five hours of his arrival there. Neither did they try to establish his welfare at any point. Interestingly the same report mentions that there had previously been U.S. and Belgian plots to kill Lumumba. Obviously either they failed or they were abandoned. Among them was a CIA sponsored attempt to poison him, which may have come on orders from U.S. president Dwight Eisenhower.[4] CIA chemist Sidney Gottlieb was a key person in this by devising a poison resembling toothpaste.[5][6][7] However, the plan is said to have failed because the local CIA Station Chief, Larry Devlin, had a conscience issue and did not go forward.[5][6][8]


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