While intelligence services are being reformed and the war against terror is being fought, George W. Bush has requested that the financial assets of American corporations that have had trade relations with Iran, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and Syria should be frozen.
By including this measure as part of the war against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the American president deceitfully confuses the economic relations of the United States with these countries and the war against terror. After the numerous provocations of the American government against these three countries, G. W. Bush maintains its diabolic policy in a moment in which the United States is trying not to make a false move.