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The Houston-based oil cartel that owns and operates both the U.S. government and the smoke-and-mirrors Al-Qaeda organization is making another attempt at creating a new 9-11. The attack is designed to trigger nuclear Armageddon in the Middle East and complete a decades long campaign to seize the Persian Gulf oil reserves of both Iraq and Iran and provide a final solution to the Middle East problem at the same time.
In order to trigger the nuclear attack that will destroy Iran (and probably Syria), a false-flag event on friendly territory must involve a "weapon of mass destruction" and, of course, a large number of civilian casualties. No matter how many tons of explosives and thermite you pack into tall buildings, the result is not a WMD. Three previous false-flag attempts involving small nuclear bombs failed, and all are documented on this website. The new plan, which is already in motion, involves multiple attacks with a chemical or biological agent. The new attack plan is code named Operation DOSE. The name and a handful of key details discussed during a joint news conference staged by George Bush and the new UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown on July 30th, 2007.
The actual purpose of Brown's visit to Camp David was to allow the UK staff to be fully briefed on the next 9-11 so that everyone involved will be on the same page when the nukes begin to fall on Iran.
For all practical purposes this law transfers control of about 90 percent of Iraq's oil to the Houston-based oil cartel; the objective of the Iraq war since before 9-11. It's no wonder they are doing everything in their power not to pass it. Once they do this the violence will decrease, but not nearly enough to bring everyone home. A substantial number of troops along with thousands of mercenaries already in-country will remain, but with the primary mission of protecting the various oil giants as they come on line.