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____/ Hardon on Tuesday 06 Sep 2011 17:01 : \____
> On Tue, 06 Sep 2011 16:33:46 +0100, Robin T Cox wrote:
>> Bill Gates' deal with the government of Tunisia, and other instances
>> of officials and corporations behaving badly
>> Politicians and corporations behaving badly: that's one theme that
>> emerges from the latest secret State Department cables released by
>> The new revelations don't measure up to the seriousness of the
>> alleged massacre of civilians by U.S. troops in Iraq that I delved
>> into over the weekend. But they are still very much worth noting.
> You probaboy can't blame Gates for this. He was no doubt given an
> offer he couldn't refuse from the CIA. At last the world is starting
> to see what many have been saying for decades. Western governments
> have been supporting any despot if it suits their goals. The latest
> outings are the CIA, MI6 and mossad assisting Gaddafi's regime in
> torture and murder.
> As for Gates, I'm probably wrong. He'd do anything to lock people into
> his crappy SW.
And patents, like Monsanto's (which he invests in).
Gates is a user. Always was, still is. But he now has a $400 million/year
PR budget (yes, PR).
~~ Best of wishes
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