Saturday, June 14, 2008

TPM interrview: International Peace Operations Association

The DynCorp-Government Connection

by Uri Dowbenko

Organized White-Collar Crime is the absolute essence of Mega-Corporate-Government Business.

As Jim Hougan wrote in his landmark book, Spooks: The Haunting of America - The Private Use of Secret Agents, "With their cultural and career investments in upholding the stereotype of the Mafia as the vehicle of organized crime, the public and the press have generally failed to grasp the felonious nature of the outfit's WASP counterparts on the Big Board. Whereas some petty hoodlums put out contracts on individuals, the multinationals have begun to place contracts on entire countries (for example, ITT versus Chile). With that difference, their operational styles are similar: offshore laundries used to wash bribes paid in clandestine support of a sales effort designed to create and satisfy the potentially lethal addictions of their would be customers. Whether the product is heroin or Starfighter jets, the result is often the same: profits that corrupt and impoverish… In short it appears that some multinationals had evolved into genuinely criminal enterprises."

Likewise, outsourcing State Terrorism is the fastest growing segment of the US Government market. In fact, white-collar criminal activities, like Federal IT, or Information Technology, which involves "privatizing" the financial database management of government agencies, accounts for some of the most lucrative contracts available anywhere on earth.


  1. Heehehehehe...BuShco has their tit in a ringer. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al Maliki raised the possibility that his country won’t sign a status of forces agreement with the United States and will ask U.S. troops to go home when their U.N. mandate to be in Iraq expires at the end of the year.

    The US proposal to build 58 bases, control their air space, and give imunity from prosecution to soldiers and private contractors didn't set well with Duhhbya's so called friend at all...G:

  2. Well, I don't see al Maliki surviving the year out. There'll be a 'revolt' by the Shi'te majority or an uprising by the resurgent Sunnis.

    Bu$hco likes their puppets to "stay bought" as he is wont to say.

    There will be a more compliant puppet by the end of the year.