This video is mandatory viewing to all supporters of the war(s).
Narration used in the video is DAHLIA WASFI. Her website is here
On March 19th, 2003, the United States and Great Britain led their second publicized military assault on Iraq. Under the facade of liberation and democracy, U.S. troops seized the country, securing the oil fields, the Ministry of Oil, the Interior Ministry (CIA), and the lives of thousands of people. Iraq's rich culture, history, and valuable assets were left vulnerable to stealth and destruction. In the years since, the lack of security, jobs, electricity, and potable water have made life for Iraqis unbearable. American troops are perceived by the indigenous population as occupiers--not liberators--for the Iraqi people are far better educated in U.S. history than Americans are themselves. Our obligation to the people of Iraq, to the people of America, and to the rest of the world is the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of American troops and mercenaries from Iraq. The United States MUST liberate Iraq from its own brutal hands. This website is my attempt to explain why.--DSW
Oil that will eventually be routed to Israel's port of Haifa to be refined and sold to the world. An enormous amount of money that will make one of the richest countries in the world, Israel, even richer.
Oil paid for by the lives of over 1.3 million Iraqi's and thousands of American dead.
NO MORE AMERICAN BLOOD FOR ISRAEL!!
More on the Zionist/Israeli and Neocon connection to the illegal and immoral wars we're fighting not for freedom and democracy or to find a dead man, but to support and protect the Apartheid State of Israel.
Laden with names like Bill Luti, Michael Rubin, Abram Shulsky, Doug Feith, David Wurmser, Eliot Abrams and Paul Wolfowitz.
Get the picture?
The new Pentagon papers
Before the Iraq invasion, many of these same players labored together for literally decades to push a defense strategy that favored military intervention and confrontation with enemies, secret and unconstitutional if need be.
At the time, I didn't realize that the expertise on Middle East policy was not only being removed, but was also being exchanged for that from various agenda-bearing think tanks, including the Middle East Media Research Institute, the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affair. ...
My first day in the office, a GS-15 career civil servant rather unhappily advised me that if I wanted to be successful here, I'd better remember not to say anything positive about the Palestinians.