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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Will Europe be darkened?

Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 7, 2006 at 20:06

You're a clever guy, Wild Wild West - only you could present an argument and disprove it yourself. Let us compare your list of oil producing countries with the list of countries bombed by the U.S.

1. China 1945-46 [for oil?]
2. Korea 1950-53 [for oil?]
3. China 1950-53 [for oil?]
4. Guatemala 1954 [for oil?]
5. Indonesia 1958 [for oil?]
6. Cuba 1959-60 [for oil?]
7. Guatemala 1960 [for oil?]
8. Belgian Congo 1964 [for oil?]
9. Guatemala 1964 [for oil?]
10. Dominican Republic 1965-66 [for oil?]
11. Peru 1965 [for oil?]
12. Laos 1964-73 [for oil?]
13. Vietnam 1961-73 [for oil?]
14. Cambodia 1969-70 [for oil?]
15. Guatemala 1967-69 [for oil?]
16. Lebanon 1982-84 [for oil?]
17. Grenada 1983-84 [for oil?]
18. Libya 1986 [for oil?]
19. El Salvador 1981-92 [for oil?]
20. Nicaragua 1981-90 [for oil?]
21. Libya 1986 [for oil]
22. Iran 1987-88 [for oil?]
23. Libya 1989 [for oil?]
24. Panama 1989-90 [for oil?]
25. Iraq 1991-2002 [don't make me laugh!]
26. Kuwait 1991 [invaded by Iraq, liberated by the US and given back to Kuwait - for oil?]
27. Somalia 1992-94 [for oil?]
28. Croatia 1994 (of Serbs at Krajina) [for oil?]
29. Bosnia 1995 [for oil?]
30. Iran 1998 (airliner) [How the heck can you bomb an airliner - unless you're a suicide bomber?]
31. Sudan 1998 [for oil?]
32. Afghanistan 1998 [for oil? where's your evidence?]
33. Yugoslavia 1999 [for oil?]
34. Afghanistan 2001-02 [for oil? where's your evidence?]
35. Iraq 2003 [don't make me laugh!]

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