Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Cheney BAE scandal ignored by American media


Ah ha, but not by SPIIDERWEB™. Little gets by us. Hahaha.
Explosive revelations that Vice-President Dick Cheney was behind the failed effort to cover up an $80 to $100 billion dollar slush fund run through the British defense firm BAE Systems, as reported several days ago by the Executive Intellegence Review and Mathaba News Agency, have been totally ignored by the mainstream media.

Instead, the American media establishment has been agog over a series of articles in the Washington Post claiming that Cheney has overstepped the boundaries of his office of Vice-President and behaves in an importunate manner to the President, George W Bush.

This type of deflection has become common during the Bush Presidency. A story detailing how the British Government set up a long-term agreement with the Saudi Arabian monarchy where defense systems and fighter jets were bartered for vast quantities of oil, which most of the profits from were turned into a slush fund used for gun-running and covert operations, aided and abetted by the U.S. government and Cheney, is more important to the public than four-year-old allegations about how Cheney supposedly manipulates Bush.

(unintentionally stolen from Mathaba)

Hey, it was a short post and all pertinent. Shoot me now.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, wrote it myself....steal away!

6/27/2007 02:49:00 AM  
Blogger spiiderweb™ said...

No theft. Never saw your post. Perhaps great minds...?

Am sorry if we both posted the same. You have website? I would like to link to it.

Truse?

6/27/2007 03:03:00 AM  

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