5. April 2014

Practice to Deceive. April 2003


Imagine it's six months from now. The Iraq war is over. After an initial burst of joy and gratitude at being liberated from Saddam's rule, the people of Iraq are watching, and waiting, and beginning to chafe under American occupation. Across the border, in Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, our conquering presence has brought street protests and escalating violence. The United Nations and NATO are in disarray, so America is pretty much on its own. 

Update. Some more links fitting to the US' Practice to Deceive, from 2001 to 2014

Hemmed in by budget deficits at home and limited financial assistance from allies, the Bush administration is talking again about tapping Iraq's oil reserves to offset some of the costs of the American presence--talk that is further inflaming the region. Meanwhile, U.S. intelligence has discovered fresh evidence that, prior to the war, Saddam moved quantities of biological and chemical weapons to Syria. When Syria denies having such weapons, the administration starts massing troops on the Syrian border. ...

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Practice to Deceive. Chaos in the Middle East is not the Bush hawks' nightmare scenario--it's their plan. By Joshua Micah Marshall, Washington Monthly, April 2003

Update. Dazu passend / fitting in here:

Osama bin Laden - Die verbotene Wahrheit. Das Schicksal des FBI-Beamten John O´Neill.
Artikel vom 21. November 2001

A Clean Break: Eine Neue Strategie zur Sicherung des Reiches, vom 8. Juli 1996
Die mißlungene Instrumentalisierung Israels zur Durchsetzung US-amerikanischer strategischer Interessen im Mittleren Osten und die Folgen
Artikel vom 21. April 2003

Saudi Royal Ties to 9/11 Hijackers Via Florida Saudi Family? By Russ Baker
WHOWHATWHY, September 22, 2011

Florida: Judge blasts FBI for failing to produce records on Saudi family in touch with 9/11 hijackers that fled U.S. just before 9/11. By Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch, April 5, 2014