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Submitted by cassano (Canada), Jan 6, 2007 at 05:15

Hi Susan

You bet china and Russia are up to no good.

china with it's 15 years of spying on American industry and run away military development ,which the pentagon sees and reports in it's quadrennial potential enemies report but for some reason president Bush wants to keep calling both china and Russia Americas friends ,while Russia is constantly aiding Americas enemies with weapons and I believe they also snuck out Saddams secret weapons in 15 Russian heavy duty military transports through Syria which could have been prevented if president Bush had told turkey to go you know where and parachuted 4 light divisions into northern Iraq before they got away . He should have said one date and attacked two weeks earlier [what ever happened to surprising an enemy].

When a shooting war starts between America and Iran, Uncle Sam better watch mister putin because Iran has cleverly turned powerful UN votes into its clients and china and Russia have been the thorn in Americas side.

Russia will lose a lot of money and china needs lots of oil and crippling Iran will raise the price of oil and badly hurt Chinas economy.

You know that there are thousands of population riots and violent demonstrations in china every year, they suppress all news and control the internet, and china looks powerful, but has many problems.

Right now china is pretending to embrace capitalism but they are communist to their core [and so is putin] , once they reach their objective they will revert back to communism because it's the only way they maintain power , through brute force , they figure that once they have all the tech they need to keep up to Europe and America [ after stealing it ] they could totally close the curtain ,china has always been a isolationist nation and will be one again , but if the oil reserves in the middle east were threatened before china reached their objective they could with their massive ground power ,if they had the logistical capacity , they could invade the middle east . That would be quite a show.

Russia has oil , they have lots of tech , they need money ,that's why Iran is valuable to both and is at the heart of the storm , Syria is Iran's stooge and do's as it's told .

What I am curious to see is if Israel will step in if President Bush doesn't, and attacks Iran before Iran strikes first.

Israel has been quietly outfitting several fighters with long range external fuel tanks. Why?

Cassano

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