U.S. Conspiracy to Initiate the 1st War Against Iraq

U.S. Conspiracy to Initiate the 1st War Against Iraq

Brian Becker
Even before the first day of the Persian Gulf crisis George Bush and the Pentagon wanted to wage war against Iraq.

What was the character of this war? Iraq neither attacked nor threatened the United States. We believe that this was a war to redivide and redistribute the fabulous markets and resources of the Middle East, in other words this was an imperialist war. The Bush administration, on behalf of the giant oil corporations and banks, sought to strengthen its domination of this strategic region. It did this in league with the former colonial powers of the region, namely Britain and France, and in opposition to the Iraqi people’s claim on their own land and especially their natural resources.

As is customary in such wars, the government is compelled to mask the truth about the war – both its origin and goals and the nature of the “enemy” – in order to win over the people of this country. That’s why it is important to get the facts. There is ample evidence that the U.S. was eagerly planning to fight the war even before the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on August 2, 1990. With its plans in tact, we must detemmine if it is possible that the U.S. government actually sought a pretext for a military intervention in the Middle East.

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U.S. Conspiracy to Initiate the 1st War Against Iraq

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