MosNews: 21st March 2005
On the pretext of fighting international terrorism the United States is trying to establish control over the world's richest oil reserves, Leonid Shebarshin, ex-chief of the Soviet Foreign Intelligence Service, who heads the Russian National Economic Security Service consulting company, said in an interview for the Vremya Novostei newspaper.
Using the anti-terrorist cause as a cover the United States has occupied Afghanistan, Iraq and will soon move to impose their 'democratic order' on the Greater Middle East, Shebarshin said. "The U.S. has usurped the right to attack any part of the globe on the pretext of fighting the terrorist threat," Shebarshin said.
[Yes, and this same day the US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, said to the Prime Minister of South Korea "Don't worry, we are not going to attack YOU ..." - so who are they going to attack? and why? why does the U.S. also have to attack someone - are the munitions factories running low on orders??? - they are owned by the same people who own the petro-chemical industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the tobacco industry*, the banks, factories producing miltary vessels and weapons of war ..... and much more- M]
Referring to his meeting with an unnamed al-Qaeda expert at the Rand Corporation, a nonprofit research organization in the U.S., Shebarshin said: "We have agreed that [al-Qaeda] is not a group but a notion."
[It is said that it was conjured up by the C.I.A. as an excuse for military provocation - M]
"The fight against that all-mighty ubiquitous myth deliberately linked to Islam is of great advantage for the Americans as it targets the oil-rich Muslim regions," Shebarshin emphasized.
With military bases in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, Shebarshin said, the United States has already established control over the Caspian region - one of the world's largest oil reservoirs.
* - which explains in part the Afghanistan war: the Taliban had forbidden the growing of OPIUM, an essential ingredient in cigarette papers - see the real addiction in cigarettes
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