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It is not clear to me I'm sorry. Are you saying that the Iraq war was created to apease the warmongers from getting too bored and want to turn on the administration?
My theory is that the iraq war was not created to appease the warmongers such as republicans. but a first step in reducing the number of troops here in the united states. There could be an interest in placing our government in the hands of the NWO, and that having a large excess of military would thwart that effort.
In testimony to Congress in 1999, General Anthony C.Zinni, commander in chief of the US Central Command, testified that the Gulf Region, with its huge oil reserves, is a “vital interest” of “long standing” for the United States and that the US “must have free access to the region’s resources.”
Originally posted by CindyfromFlorida
I think that you could be on to something. A military coup would be the only way to stop the Bushco machine. I would like to think that there are forces within our military that can see that the road that we are on will only lead to our own destruction and would work to return the govenment to the people and wrest it from the control of the giant corporations. We certainly can't count on the democrats, and our voting system is too compromised to be effective anyway. Another reason to withdraw NOW!!
Originally posted by dr_strangecraft
is that, by ejecting the arms inspectors during Clinton's 2nd term, Saddam voided the terms of surrender from Gulf War I.
The UN voted for the invasion, not because of WMD's, (although America's rivals portrayed it that way, as did the US press).
The UN okayed the invasion because, when you abbrogate the terms of surrender, it puts you back into a state of war.
Which is why Clinton shot rockets at bagdad in 1998.
Why do you think Clinton did that? (answer: because he was afraid of US casaulties, and didn't want his popularity to plummet.)