Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Chinese laundry

Via spiiderweb, Focus Information Agency delivers this blurb:
Italian authorities yesterday announced they had interrupted an international arms trafficking deal that was to have operated between China, Malta, Italy and Libya, and which planned to supply hundreds of thousands of weapons to Iraqi insurgents, international media reported yesterday. The operation was to have seen an unnamed Maltese company acting as a middleman between Chinese weapons producers and Libyan buyers, who would, in turn, move the weapons on to Iraqi insurgents, according to coded emails recovered by Italian agents.
Sweet! Now we can attack China!


Anonymous hotpotatomash said...

i don't believe this for a second. libya is bush's great success story. the fruit of his policies. libya is our friend. what, next thing we'll be reading about is that bush's best buddy vladamir no likey him.

i bet the italians are intentionally running this story in an effort to get back on our good side after issuing those 26 arrest warrants for our cia agents. or was that germany? it gets so confusing when all of our allies hate us, think we're dangerous and try to arrest our agents for kidnapping their citizens on their soil.

thank god for our real allies who get it. like the 30% of brits who recognize that bush has not made the world less safe. and our BFF in israel where 25% don't believe bush is making the world a more dangerous hellish place.

on the bright side, at least bill kristol can start the drumbeat to war with china. hell, it's been almost 6 years since we've heard that one.

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