Most arms deals are economically motivated yes. Zimbabwe is in shambles though. It doesn't make a lot of sense for them (South Africa) to indirectly foment an armed conflict in a border nation with so many problems. The displaced refugees are already an issue. More weapons don't seem to be any part of the solution.South Africa Struggles to Cope With Zimbabwe Refugees
posted on 08/10/2009 7:21:20 PM PDT
Right you are. But I’m still seeing a money trail leading somewhere. Why, for example, is our own congress so insistent on Cap & Trade, Nationalized industry and health care? None of that makes sense. But the money.....Somebody is rakin’ it in and the good of the country is not much in consideration. Could it be the same in S. Africa?
posted on 08/10/2009 7:56:11 PM PDT
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