At the beginning of the Iraq War, there were many who disagreed with Bush's allegations against Saddam Hussein. The people of the world, and Americans
themselves, commonly disbelieved the notion that Iraq possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction, let alone that Saddam was thus a threat to the western
world. This belief lead to private investigations conducted by the people, via OSINT, or "the internet."
The American people because increasingly disenfranchised through their efforts, a continuance of a recent trend beginning September 11th. Many learned
that those WMDs Bush spoke of were provided to Iraq during the Iraq/Iran war. We knew Saddam had them because we gave them to him. This thought even
went on to become popularized through Hollywood and other media. Many even began to theorize that Bush Jr was motivated to attack Saddam solely out of
revenge for Saddam having attempted to assassinate his father. A segment of the American population was first introduced to the concept of war
profiteering during this time also, learning about Halliburton's enormous no-bid contracts in Iraq, then discovering that Halliburton is Dick Cheney's
baby. An obvious conflict of interest suggestive of conspiracy.
An even smaller segment of the population learned about Rothschild's central banks, how the Federal Reserve was one of these banks and how only a few
nations were without one of these dominators of economics and peoples. That is, Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Libya and Syria, if I recall correctly.
From that alone one receives confirmation of a "New World Order coming into view," as Bush Sr once said. Particularly given that since that time the
oligarchy has evidently been systematically attacking those listed nations, immediately installing Rothschilds central banks.
Yet, I remember one other thing from those days. In the beginning, I often heard it said that if Bush were to have just announced our reason for war
was to conquer Iraq's oil, as many suspected anyway, then the American people would support this. Fuel prices were on the rise then, and a cheaper
price at the pump was all the justification many needed. However, Bush had apparently lied to us. That popular belief lead to a large segment of the
population becoming disenfranchised. It lead to them wanting to know what his real motivations were. It lead to where we are today, with an oligarchy
more exposed and jeopardized than at any other time in living history.
During his campaign, Trump has repeatedly criticized Bush for not ceasing the oil in Iraq. That point has been well received by the American public.
The Americans don't appear to be particularly opposed to war. It's a condition that America has adopted as commonality since the early 1900s. For
generations we've watched and fought war after war, and for the most part we've accepted this. We are in fact proud of our ancestry, and inclined to
take pride in our government, the progenitor of modern warfare. The American people are amused and entertained by war, because we're a warlike nation.
Im certain that many of you recall watching our invasion of Iraq live on television with awe and excitement, and I'm sure many of you recall the
recent petition being signed by Americans calling for us to nuke Russia. So, if we're such avid supporters of warfare, then what went wrong?
We were lied to. History is inundated by empires attacking other empires for arguably trivial reasons, and also for reasons never specified as far as
the average citizen knew. People love it even their government whips it's adversary. How many times have you heard complaints that we "could" have won
the Vietnam war had our hands not been tied, and yet what was even the point of that war as far as the public was concerned? Most people couldn't tell
you why we were fighting exactly. They just wish we'd won.
Bush went about the Iraq War all wrong. He should have told us that our economic troubles was due, in part, to Saddam now trading oil using currencies
other than the world reserve currency, US Dollars, arguably a form of economic warfare. He should have said that skyrocketing prices at the pump was a
direct result of this, as well as general crude rate hikes at his oil fields. For this reason, in order to preserve the integrity of the American
economy, Bush could say that he had declared war on Iraq, in order to overthrow this man who was a ruthless dictator anyhow. In order to prevent our
economy from being held hostage to the whims of a foreign power. We would sack Iraq's treasuries in order to recover a portion of our war expenses,
and we would capture and hold Iraq's oil industry in its entirety in order to recover the remaining costs of the war, in addition to securing these
resources vital to our strategic interests in order to prevent such events from harming us again. He should have said that he personally placed Vice
President Dick Cheney in charge of the American corporation Halliburton in order to oversee constructing any infrastructure necessary for
accomplishing our objectives there, which will in turn provide jobs to any patriotic Americans wishing to participate. That and all captured
infrastructure will then be sold to American oil corporations for a profit, which will be used to to recover our remaining war expenses and also to
reduce our nation's deficit. Halliburton will then regularly pay the US government fees in order to retain its contracts to continue transporting the
oil for those corporations. Meanwhile, security will be provided by Blackwater, an American mercenary outfit that will protect the lives of American
workers in Iraq so that American soldiers don't have to. Blackwater will also pay the US government regular fees for contracts to provide security for
the corporations there. Further, Blackwater' and Halliburton will have their services paid for by the corporations who's oil they'll be protecting,
and those corporations will also pay fees for continuing to operate the infrastructure we've sold them. Meaning, the US government is investing in a
renewable source of income in order to lighten the load on the American taxpayer. Finally, Bush should have said that by the conclusion of his first
term, he expects a return on investment sufficient to begin a reduction in taxation, while simultaneously the American people will see a financial
benefit averaging X amount of dollars more in their pockets at the end of each year, as well as a drop in cost of living and drop in unemployment.
Bush would have just announced that he would have made the world a better place, for America. The interests of the oligarchy and the citizenry is
often the same. So, it seems foolish to overlook that fact, instead of aligning with the people who's calm demeanors you depend on for survival. Have
they never heard of the saying "keep your friends close, but keep your enemies closer?" The American people will help you dominate the world,
willingly, knowingly, if you simply make the relationship mutually beneficial, instead of constantly adversarial.
Does no one remember why Rome fell? Why take such a simple thing and make it so difficult?
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