INCREASE IN INTERNATIONAL
TENSION AND STATE TERRORISM IN THE WORLD
THE REPS OF DEATH
According an article published in the, French magazine, Canard Enchaîné, on July 1988, Alain Gomez, President and CEO of the International French based company Thomson, made the following declaration to his board of directors: the Reagan/Gorbatchev Agreement brought about a decrease of fear in the World. This phenomena we christened as decrease in induction, will result in a significant decrease in the whole arms market world wide. Our major potential clients are all in the Middle East. But almost all of our clients are facing financial difficulties. As for Saudi Arabia, it is overequipped. We are totally dependant of the Iran/Iraq war. If it stops, well go under.
This cynical analysis delivered by one of the most important leaders of French industry echoes strangely for those looking at current news and at multiple events which have destroyed international peace in the past 15 years or since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Despite intelligence and geo-political experts all agreeing on a general rise of local conflicts and state terrorism, they give hardly any explanation as to why and no information about responsibilities of some specific vested interests in the Western part of the world in this increase in violence and radicalization of international terrorism.