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White House Wants To Continue Iraq War For 10 Years

June 19, 2007

Bad News For The Iraqi People, U.S. and British Soldiers

According to a very believable article on the World News Australia web site, the war in Iraq is slated to stretch on for the next 10 years.

I believe it. They have no intention of leaving there and keep making excuses to stay, which is destroying Iraq. Those people’s lives are destroyed.

Congress is pussyfooting around, including the Democrats, who obtained the majority late last year, by vowing to end the war, which they have not. It is deceitful.

Estimates have placed the Iraqi civilian and soldier death count at a median of 500,000 people. Iraqi’s population is 25,000,000. At that rate, we can expect to see the extermination of the Iraqi people from earth over a 10-year period, because the White House, according to an article in the Independent UK, has designs on their oil.

That’s called genocide. That’s called war crimes. That’s called crimes against humanity.

To send soldiers to invade a foreign country, based on what has now been revealed to be a lie, was wicked. So many soldiers have lost their lives for following instructions…abhorrent instructions issued by greedy men with no human decency or respect for human life.

I ask you, Mr. President, how you would take it if a militarily strong foreign country bombed up America, killing men, women, babies, children and grandparents, wiping out many US states, and destroying the country’s infrastructure, as you have done in Iraq.

How would you feel if a foreign country bombed America into extinction? Yet, it was okay for you to do this to Iraq, and blasphemously invoke the name of God, while you declared these deceitful plans. You sent people’s innocent kids over there to die on the battlefield over a lie.

You described it as a military exercise aimed at finding Weapons Of Mass Distraction, which was a Weapon Of Mass Distraction, while you grabbed the oil, which according to reports this month, billions of dollars in Iraqi oil is missing. Gee, wonder where that went.

It was okay for you to interfere in countless foreign countries’ governments, so much so, that America is more isolated in the world than it’s ever been which is not good. America is not self-contained like China and Russia, with enough to sustain them. America needs foreign countries who produce goods and oil.

Your drive to get oil has alarmed many nations; so much so, world leaders like Hugo Chavez, armed 1 million troops, in the event you took your interference in foreign governments full speed and invaded his country.

Try something new in your Presidency. Tell the people the truth:

1. I have no intention of leaving Iraq. We must secure the oil fields.

2. We are torturing teenagers and innocent people, in addition to violent terrorists, at Guantanamo Bay, in violation of the Geneva Conventions, that America and many other nations swore to uphold.

3. I have interfered in the U.S. court system to get my way when I should not have.

4. I have lied to billions of people in the world about the Iraq war.

5. I have committed treason against the U.S. constitution.

6. I have perversely spied on many American citizens, in violation of the law under the guise of executive power, who did not deserve it.

7. I am a liar, thief and crook of the highest order that abused the name of God, to commit human atrocities to steal oil resources from a smaller nation, whose innocent people have been killed because of me.

8. Based on current numbers and historic accounts of similar financial levels in the past, I have destroyed the U.S. economy and by next year, if I am allowed to continue on this detrimental path, the country will be in a financial tailspin it won’t soon recover from.

9. Based on my poor choices, other countries will overtake America as the definitive global financial power, in the not too distant future.

10. I have cut needed programs and assistance for the American elderly, disabled, children and college students, that I may pay for my greed driven war to steal oil that does not belong to me.

11. I have provoked powerful Middle Eastern factions, who are not afraid to die or kill anything in their path when provoked.

12. I have endangered 130,000 loyal, selfless U.S. and British troops in my quest to steal and secure oilfields that do not belong to me.

13. I am interfering in foreign governments that I should not be and it is spreading anti-American sentiments all over the world, very detrimental and dangerous to U.S. citizens who did nothing to deserve it, that only diplomacy from others in the U.S. government will even begin to repair the breach.

14. I have no concept of property rights and believe through theft and treachery I can steal other nations’ resources, goods and assets, and squelch on national debts I am able to repay, with a smirk and villainy – which is ticking off powerful international parties, who are being defrauded.

15. I am provoking powerful foreign countries, who have the ability to wipe America off the map without even trying, via my dishonesty, cultural insensitivity, crass speech, inappropriate cultural jokes, villainy, thievery and via playing the impetuous aggressor.

16. I have my hand over the nuclear button with a newly announced, internationally unpopular missile shield, with the initiative of pointing missiles at people all over the world, some of which can hit the nuclear button much faster than I can and end it all for my nation, because they simply don’t trust me.

17. I do not believe in diplomacy and talking things through, which is riling up international parties that would sooner see me go, and my nation as well, if it means the preservation of their own.

18. I have not acted in the best interest of the American people, the British people or the Iraqi people, and owe them all a big apology and my resignation, lest my conduct and presence in power, lead to millions of innocent deaths at the hands of angry foreign countries that hate me and what I have done to the world, in which we all share, though I am acting as though I own it.

“US may be in Iraq 10 years”

18.6.2007. 08:35:35 – US forces could be needed in Iraq for a decade to battle insurgents, the top coalition commander says.

Speaking on Fox News, General David Petraeus vowed a “forthright” review in September on whether the recent troop surge is working.

General Petraeus said there was broad recognition in Washington that Iraq’s daunting challenges would not be resolved “in a year or even two years.”

“In fact, typically, I think historically, counter-insurgency operations have gone at least nine or 10 years,” he said.


“Future of Iraq: The spoils of war”
How the West will make a killing on Iraqi oil riches
By Danny Fortson, Andrew Murray-Watson and Tim Webb
Published: 07 January 2007

“Iraq’s massive oil reserves, the third-largest in the world, are about to be thrown open for large-scale exploitation by Western oil companies under a controversial law which is expected to come before the Iraqi parliament within days.

The US government has been involved in drawing up the law, a draft of which has been seen by The Independent on Sunday. It would give big oil companies such as BP, Shell and Exxon 30-year contracts to extract Iraqi crude and allow the first large-scale operation of foreign oil interests in the country since the industry was nationalised in 1972.

The huge potential prizes for Western firms will give ammunition to critics who say the Iraq war was fought for oil. They point to statements such as one from Vice-President Dick Cheney, who said in 1999, while he was still chief executive of the oil services company Halliburton, that the world would need an additional 50 million barrels of oil a day by 2010. “So where is the oil going to come from?… The Middle East, with two-thirds of the world’s oil and the lowest cost, is still where the prize ultimately lies,” he said.

the provision allowing oil companies to take up to 75 per cent of the profits will last until they have recouped initial drilling costs. After that, they would collect about 20 per cent of all profits, according to industry sources in Iraq. But that is twice the industry average for such deals.

Greg Muttitt, a researcher for Platform, a human rights and environmental group which monitors the oil industry, said Iraq was being asked to pay an enormous price over the next 30 years for its present instability. “They would lose out massively,” he said, “because they don’t have the capacity at the moment to strike a good deal.”

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