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-- Watch a great documentary called, "War Made Easy". Narrated by Sean Penn. It really lays out clearly the way wars are started and then supported by North Americans throughout history. It is not conspiracy tinged, it is truth.
Read the Project for a New American Century (PNAC). You will find that in order to get Americans behind a war, one must first give them an event which brings them all together. Pearl Harbor. Tonkin. 9/11.
So, again, that is why you have to use your imagination my friend. Seriously, do you think Americans cared who the Taliban attacked before?
Originally posted by SphinxMontreal
A toilet of a country which is responsible for 90% of the world's poppy production. You do know what extremely profitable, illegal and tax free product is made from the poppy plant, right? You do know who directly controls and greatly profits from this product right? You do know that the Taliban was eradicating this plant prior to 911 right? You do know that this toilet country also has other valuable resources right? You also do know that the Afghanistan attack was planned well before 911 right? Or maybe I am just overestimating your intelligence and knowledge on this matter.
If you're going to attack a powerhouse country like Iran (located half way around the world from the USA), would it not make sense to first attack and take over the surrounding oil rich/resource rich countries so you can have military bases (and fuel) nearby to initiate your bombing and ground missions from? Or does it make more sense for the US to attack Iran from thousands of miles away with no access to oil/fuel in the immediate area?
It's a good thing you're not a strategist for the American military. With your logic, you would have the entire armed forces decimated due to immense stupidity. But my guess is your "stupidity" is just an act for your little game of coverup, which obviously needs some brushing up.