posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 07:56 AM
Saddam wasn’t insane at all – he being a former CIA operative, did his due diligence and checked with the US to see if the settling of the Kuwati
border dispute would even register on their radar. He was told that the US did “not have an opinion in this regional affair”.
Little did he know that his boss, former CIA head & current president, GHW Bush, was sinking in the polls like a rock in a river. A war would be just
the tonic needed to service opinion polls, pay off fat cat government contractors and establish an invoice system to those said same contractors for
munitions that will see non stop bombing sorties over Iraq for the next decade that were only interrupted to include new flight plans for the most
At the time, Al Qaeda was not really created, in term or network, by us yet. Osama & terrorism as a whole was looking at the events being engendered
in Palestine & Iraq by US policy.
If Bush had backed the uprising he called for? We would have been looking at years of civil war, with no faction capable of taking the land mass the
Saddam had....3 separate Iraqs. Until, the Iran backed faction was made capable &steam rolled the others, with Iran expanding its borders.
Clinton would have declared war on the new Iran-q , due to their direct military might in the face of Israel. It would have had zero EU support, due
to the fact that their companies made fortunes in making the new Iran-q the world’s 4th military power, as well as suckling from the teat that was
their discounted oil.
There's no holy war now, nor would there have been one then- you have a cultural one. The 1st of the 1st world's superpower is then & now revisiting
the colonialism that started decades of of war, discord & misery in that part of the world.....religion is a footnote & willful distraction that takes
the eye off of the rampant cronyism & illegal doings & moral abyss that are the "Allied" actions.