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The main reasons why George Bush attacked Iraq and Afganistan

are oil, natural gas and establishing military bases in the Middle East.

The following articles elaborate on these reasons for the deaths of over 

100,000 Iraqis and over 1400 United States soldiers.  This does not

include the tens of thousands of innocent people who have been permanently

disabled as a result of injuries sustained in this war. Nor does this include

the thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians and United States serviceman

who have suffered and died from depleted uranium poisoning.

The page headings on the top of this page under the page title

"Iraq War" are links to numerous articles on this topic.




Map of Major Figures Involved in Plan to Invade Iraq


Pale Fire-White Death of Fallujah

Last month, the broadcast of a shattering new documentary provided fresh

confirmation of a gruesome war crime covered by this column nine months ago:

the use of chemical weapons by American forces during the frenzied, Bush-ordered

destruction of Fallujah in November 2004.

Using filmed and photographic evidence, eyewitness accounts, and the direct

testimony of American soldiers who took part in the attacks, the documentary

­ "Fallujah:


Aziz denies Galloway claims

By Stephen Khan

Published: 30 October 2005

Tariq Aziz, the former deputy prime minister of Iraq, has denied telling investigators

that George Galloway personally profited from the UN oil-for-food programme for Iraq.



Looted Hopes in Iraq

by Michael Hammerschlag

There has been much commotion over the lack of armor on Iraq vehicles and

vests, but that’s always been a trade-off: if you reinforce a HUMV enough to

survive an RPG strike, you may make it too heavy to accelerate enough to

avoid getting hit, and full body armor suits are great, except when 120° temperatures

causes heat prostration. As our death toll passes 2000, the far more egregious

outrage is why these hundreds of thousands of tons of ordnance were allowed

to be looted by insurgents in the first place.


Statement of Senator Patrick Leahy
    The War in Iraq


Bring Them Home Now Website


Why We Must Leave Iraq
    By Larry C. Johnson

    Thursday 25 August 2005

    Sometimes in life there are no good options. It is part of our nature to always assume that we can fix a problem. But in life there are many problems or situations where there is no pleasant solution. If you were at the Windows on the World Restaurant in the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 9 am on September 11, 2001 you had no good options. You could choose to jump or to burn to death. Some choice.

    A hard, clear-eyed look at the current situation in Iraq reveals that we are confronted with equally bad choices. If we stay we are facilitating the creation of an Islamic state that will be a client of Iran . If we pull out we are likely to leave the various ethnic groups of Iraq to escalate the civil war already underway. In my judgment we have no alternative but to pull our forces out of Iraq . Like it or not, such a move will be viewed as a defeat of the United States and will create some very serious foreign policy and security problems for us for years to come. However, we are unwilling to make the sacrifices required to achieve something approximating victory. And, what would victory look like? At a minimum we should expect a secular society where the average Iraqi can move around the country without fear of being killed or kidnapped. That is not the case nor is it on the horizon.



Rove leak is just part of larger scandal-By Daniel Schorr

WASHINGTON - Let me remind you that the underlying issue in the Karl Rove controversy is not a leak, but a war and how America was misled into that war.

Navy Judge finds "reasonable cause" to believe IRAQ war illegal
 Navy Judge Finds War Protest Reasonable

    By Marjorie Cohn
    t r u t h o u t | Report
    Friday 13 May 2005

"I think that the government has successfully proved that any service
member has reasonable cause to believe that the wars in Yugoslavia,
Afghanistan and Iraq were illegal."

    -- Lt. Cmdr. Robert Klant, presiding at Pablo Paredes'


Puerto Rico - US Iraq Dead DOUBLE What Pentagon Reports

From Dick Fojut

The Bush and Blair governments have repeatedly LIED to us about 9/11 - and their justifications for their "Wars Of Terror."

The "19 hijackers" list turns out to be phoney (by at least 7 "hijackers" found alive and well after 9/11) The 3 WTC skyscrapers were not destroyed by crashing airliners, but by CONTROLLED DEMOLITIONS.

9/11 quite likely was a FALSE FLAG operation. Treason from INSIDE America , not a "terrorist" attack from OUTSIDE.

Then they deceived us into attacking and invading Iraq with lies about imminently threatening (but non-existant) Weapons of Mass Destruction - and phoney Iraqi ties to Bin Laden.

The London Bombs may also be a False Flag "terrorist" attack to panic us into permitting them to accelerate their Wars Of Terror in Iraq - and soon upon innocent Muslims in Iran and Syria !



London: Bush's Flypaper Theory is Blown to Pieces
Posted July 7, 2005
Well, there goes that theory...
Odds are we probably won't be hearing for a while the Bush mantra that the reason we're fighting them over in Iraq is so we don't have to fight them here at home. For the last few months, this ludicrous shibboleth has been the president's go-to line -- his latest rationale for slogging on in Iraq .


Approve the Bush Agenda... or the Terrorists Win!
Posted July 8, 2005
Don't you love the way many in the media are trying to spin the

London bombings? Instead of focusing on the bloody deconstruction

of Bush's "fight them there so we don't have to fight them here"

strategy, they are using it to promote Bush's failing agenda.


Abu Musab al-Zarqawi: Suckering the Great Unwashed

Posted July 4, 2005

Now were expected to believe Abu Musab al-Zarqawi is in Iran . Quoting a
senior insurgency commander in Iraq , the Sunday Times said Zarqawi had
shrapnel lodged in his chest and may have been moved to Iran . It said his
supporters might try to move the Jordanian-born militant to another
country for an operation, reports Reuters.

Is it possible this senior insurgency commander is an idiot or possibly a
rank amateur? If indeed al-Zarqawi is the leader of the resistance, it
does not make sense for his top lieutenants to be so thoughtlessly
loquacious with the media and admit the wounding of al-Zarqawi and reveal
where he is. On the other hand, if al-Zarqawi is not connected to the
resistance but is instead a U.S. covert intelligence operation designed to
discredit the resistance and convince us they are little more than
criminals and sadists (to say nothing of idiots), the United States has
done an admirable job that is, an admirable job served up to those of us
who do not pay attention, who have abandoned common sense, and believe
everything the corporate media feeds us. As Bush and Crew demonstrated
when they fed us a passel of implausible lies in the lead up to the
invasion of Iraq, the passive and half-witted American news consumer will
believe just about anything, so long as some authoritarian character tells
him it is true. It matters not that the Abu Musab al-Zarqawi fairy tale is
completely over the top, even surrealistic.


Prewar Findings Worried Analysts
By Walter Pincus
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, May 22, 2005
On Jan. 24, 2003, four days before President Bush delivered his
State of the Union address presenting the case for war against Iraq,
the National Security Council staff put out a call for new
intelligence to bolster claims that Saddam Hussein possessed
nuclear, chemical and biological weapons or programs.
The person receiving the request, Robert Walpole, then the national
intelligence officer for strategic and nuclear programs, would later
tell investigators that "the NSC believed the nuclear case was
weak," according to a 500-page report released last year by the
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.


US Had "Lied to Britain over the Use of Napalm in Iraq "

Posted July 2, 2005

Two weeks ago the UK Independent ran an article which confirmed that

the US had "lied to Britain over the use of napalm in Iraq ". (6-17-05)

Since then, not one American newspaper or TV station has picked up

the story even though the Pentagon has verified the claims. This is the

extent to which the American "free press" is yoked to the center of power

in Washington . As we've seen with the treatment of the Downing Street

memo, (which was reluctantly reported 5 weeks after it appeared in the

British press) the air-tight American media ignores any story that doesn't

embrace their collective support for the war.


The Other Bomb Drops

Jeremy Scahill Wed Jun 1, 6:29 PM ET 

Posted June 4, 2005

It was a huge air assault: Approximately 100 US and British planes flew from Kuwait into Iraqi airspace. At least seven types of aircraft were part of this massive operation, including US F-15 Strike Eagles and Royal Air Force Tornado ground-attack planes. They dropped precision-guided munitions on Saddam Hussein's major western air-defense facility, clearing the path for Special Forces helicopters that lay in wait in Jordan . Earlier attacks had been carried out against Iraqi command and control centers, radar detection systems, Revolutionary Guard units, communication centers and mobile air-defense systems. The Pentagon's goal was clear: Destroy Iraq's ability to resist. This was war.

But there was a catch: The war hadn't started yet, at least not officially. This was September 2002--a month before Congress had voted to give President Bush the authority he used to invade Iraq , two months before the United Nations brought the matter to a vote and more than six months before "shock and awe" officially began.

At the time, the Bush Administration publicly played down the extent of the air strikes, claiming the United States was just defending the so-called no-fly zones. But new information that has come out in response to the Downing Street memo reveals that, by this time, the war was already a foregone conclusion and attacks were no less than the undeclared beginning of the invasion of Iraq .



Congressman Conyers seeks 100,000 to sign letter on

Downing Street memo inquiry - Raw Story, 5/27/05

Congressman John Conyers (D-MI) seeks to amass 100,000 signatures

from U.S. citizens calling on President Bush for more answers about a

2002 meeting during which a senior British official said intelligence was

"being fixed" to present a case for the Iraq war, RAW STORY has learned.


'Iraq was Invaded to Secure Israel,' says Senator Hollings, and
'Everybody Knows It.'
By Mark Weber

Posted May 15, 2005

When a prominent American political figure speaks boldly about Jewish-Zionist 

power, that's news. So the recent remarks by South Carolina 's senior Senator 

that Iraq was invaded "to secure Israel ," and that "everybody" in Washington  

knows it, are indeed remarkable.


A Look at The 'Powerful Jewish Lobby'

Posted May 15, 2005

By Mark Weber

For decades Israel has violated well established precepts of international law 

and defied numerous United Nations resolutions in its occupation of conquered 

lands, in extra-judicial killings, and in its repeated acts of military aggression.

Most of the world regards Israel 's policies, and especially its oppression of 

Palestinians, as outrageous and criminal. This international consensus is reflected, 

for example, in numerous UN resolutions condemning Israel , which have been 

approved with overwhelming majorities.

"The whole world," United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan recently said, 

"is demanding that Israel withdraw [from occupied Palestinian territories]. I don't 

think the whole world ... can be wrong." [1]

Only in the United States do politicians and the media still fervently support

Israel and its policies. For decades the US has provided Israel with crucial 

military, diplomatic and financial backing, including more than $3 billion

each year in aid.


When Silence Becomes Betrayal: Thousands of Iraqi Children are Dying

Iraqi Children Paying High Price for Freedom: Thousands are Dying,

Thousands are Dead!

Posted May 10, 2005

Killing one person is murder, but killing 100,000 has become accepted 

US foreign policy.

“We don’t do body counts” General Tommy Franks, US Central Command

Obviously, every day I pray there is less casualty, but I know what we 

are doing in Iraq is right.
-- George. W. Bush Fort Hood , Texas , Apr. 11, 2004


U.S. defense secretary offers Saddam a deal to put an

end terror in Iraq, London-based al-Quds al-Arabia says

Posted May 9, 2005



Rice congratulates Iraq's Chalabi on political comeback

Posted May 7, 2005

WASHINGTON - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made 

a congratulatory phone call to Ahmed Chalabi, who assumed a top 

post in Iraq 's new government after earlier falling from US grace, 

officials said Wednesday.



Video Showing Human Suffering of War

Posted April 29, 2005


Iraq has the freedom to be occupied By Naomi Klein  


It is not democracy that's on the march 

    in the Middle East

    Managed elections are the latest device to prop up pro-western regimes.

    The claim that democracy is on the march in the Middle East is a fraud. 

     It is not democracy, but the US military, that is on the march.


Carlisle Group Video: Military/Industrial Private Investment Firm

This video is a must see to understand how, more than ever, the

profit motive is behind the political decisions of this country.


Scott Ritter:  Iraq Vote Fixed

Former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter said Tuesday that January's historic 

election in Iraq , which set off a wave of democratic reform throughout the Middle 

East , was fixed.



Under Cheney, Halliburton Helped Saddam Hussein Siphon 

Billions from UN Oil-for-Food Program



1.Fraud Traced to the White House

How California’s energy scam was inextricably linked to a

"war for oil" scheme.
Katherine Yurica



This is Baghdad Year Zero, a feature by Naomi Klein,

originally from September 2004, published Friday,

September 24, 2004. It is part of Features, which is part


Written By
Klein, Naomi

The honey theory of Iraqi reconstruction stems from the most cherished

belief of the war’s ideological architects: that greed is good. Not good

just for them and their friends but good for humanity, and certainly good

for Iraqis. Greed creates profit, which creates growth, which creates jobs

and products and services and everything else anyone could possibly need

or want.


4. Investing in War

   The Carlyle Group profits from government and conflict

    By M. Asif Ismail

The Carlyle Group, a Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm

that employs numerous former high-ranking government officials

with ties to both political parties, was the ninth largest Pentagon

contractor between 1998 and 2003, an ongoing Center for Public

Integrity investigation into Department of Defense contracts found.


5. Thirty Eyes for an Eye


A reliable study released just before the current carnage in Falluga

estimates that “around” 100,000 civilians have been killed in Iraq

during President Bush’s jihad against Islamic terrorists who were

never there.  Violence, the study says, is now the principal cause of

death among Iraqis. 


6. US troops will never overcome insurgents, warns senior officer
By Toby Harnden in Baghdad and Philip Sherwell in Washington
(Filed: 30/01/2005)

The insurgency in Iraq will last at least a decade and American troops

alone will not be able to defeat it, a senior US military officer in Baghdad

has predicted


7.Iraq aflame over mass killings in Fallujah

  By James Cogan
  13 November 2004

The collective punishment of the people of Fallujah by

the Bush administration has entered its sixth day.

What is taking place is not so much a battle as a

homicidal rampage by the US military against every

Iraqi male trapped inside the city.


9. The American media and the Iraq election

By Joseph Kay and Barry Grey
2 February 2005

There are times when one must give the devil his due. The

American media is capable of carrying out extraordinary feats,

turning lead into gold and an election held under foreign occupation

into a victory for democracy.


10.Stories from Fallujah
      By Dahr Jamail

     Tuesday 08 February 2005

    When I ask him to explain what he saw when he first entered

Fallujah in December he says it was like a tsunami struck the city.


11.Halliburton Doing Business With the 'Axis of Evil'

  By Jefferson Morley staff writer
   Thursday, February 3, 2005; 8:00 AM

You might not think that a charter member of President Bush's

"axis of evil" could enlist the oil-services firm once run by Vice

President Cheney to bolster its bargaining position with an

international community intent on curbing its nuclear ambitions.

But that is apparently what happened last month.


12. Scott Ritter Says US Attack On Iran Set For June  

By Mark Jensen

The ex-Marine turned UNSCOM weapons inspector said that George W. Bush

has "signed off" on plans to bomb Iran in June 2005, and claimed the U.S.

manipulated the results of the recent Jan. 30 elections in Iraq .  


13. The Handover That Wasn't

By Antonia Juhasz, Foreign Policy in Focus. Posted July 20, 2004.

Before his departure, CPA chief Paul Bremer issued 100 Orders to
dramatically restructure Iraq's economy to fit free-market ideals. And no
Iraqi, including future elected officials, can undo them.

The most important tools being used by the Bush administration to maintain
varying degrees of economic and political control in Iraq are the 100
Orders enacted by L. Paul Bremer, III, head of the now defunct Coalition
Provisional Authority (CPA) before his departure.