Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Building Boom

Burj Khalifa - World's Tallest Bldg.
While the Obama Administration frets and obsesses over "home-grown terrorists" and while airport improvement construction projects shut down because congress just went on a 6 week vacation,  more people are becoming unemployed in the USA.

Meanwhile, a building boom is taking place in the middle east "where terrorists come from".

That competition in the middle east will determine who can build the world's tallest building for all the world to see.

Some time back Dredd Blog highlighted several things that the U.S. press does not tend to let the public know.

Especially when more and more is being plundered from the American middle class and poor to support middle east wars for oil:
Who rules the nation that has the largest man made harbor on earth and the busiest U.S. Navy port of call?

Who rules the nation that was given permission to take over a military hardware producing U.S. company?

Who rules the nation that has the tallest building on earth?

Who rules the nation that has the largest airport in the world?

Who rules the nation that received billions of U.S. taxpayer money in the TARP bailout?

Who rules the nation that has the headquarters for Dick Cheney's company Halliburton?

Who rules the nation where AIG did a lot of shady business?

Who rules the nation that would have ruled over U.S. ports if Bush II had his way?

Who rules the nation that has luxurious villas purchased by U.S. taxpayer dollars, gushing from the U.S. Treasury into Afghanistan, then to this ruler's realm?
(Islamic Ruler of Dubai). The answer to those questions, at the moment, is of course "Mohammed".

The answer to the question "who will build the next world's highest building?", however, is Saudi Arabia, who will now overtake Dubai in that department.

Meanwhile back in "the richest nation in the world" the government is taking benefits from the populace, giving tax cuts to the 1% wealthiest "Americans", and misplacing the largest infrastructure bill/money in history.

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