The Iraq War Was NOT Started Over Oil or the Global War On Terrorism

Alex Thomas
The Intel Hub

The corporate media has repeatedly told the American people that we went to war with Iraq to fight terrorism, while some in the alternative community believe it was over Iraq’s extensive oil fields.

This could not have been further from the truth.

Multiple U.S. assets secured deals that would have brought America billions of dollars without killing anyone.

This Excerpt from Susan’s book, Extreme Prejudice, The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq, and the documentation that she has provided proves without a doubt that the United States went to war with Iraq not for oil or to stop terrorism, but to nation build and essentially create a perpetual state of war.

It also highlights the fact that back channel dialogue works and can be used in the future to avoid unnecessary wars( Iran, North Korea)

After reading Susan’s book for the third time I realized the need to publish parts of her book in articles for those who do not have the means or time to order and read her book.

Extreme Prejudice, The Terrifying Story of the Patriot Act and the Cover Ups of 9/11 and Iraq – Chapter: Dialogue! Dialogue! And Democracy!

By Susan Lindauer former U.S. asset and 9/11 whistleblower

Back channel dialogue won guarantees that U.S. corporations could hold major reconstruction contracts, post-sanctions, in all sectors desired by the United States. American Corporations would have the right to return to Baghdad at the same level market share they enjoyed before the first Gulf War, barring military sales or dual-use production. U.S. corporations would have enjoyed priority status for reconstruction contracts in telecommunications, health care and pharmaceuticals, and transportation.

Iraq was keen to agree in all sectors. In fact, Baghdad offered to buy one million American manufactured automobiles every year for 10 years.

With regards to oil exploration and development, as of November 2000, Iraq agreed that the United States would enjoy full rights to participate in oil exploration and development in all future oil concession. Furthermore, Iraq offered the U.S. the rights to second and third tier oil concessions for current contracts already grants to France and Russia, as  a way to guarantee U.S. participating. There was no danger of the U.S. getting cut out of Iraqi oil production.

Nor was there danger that Iraq would renege on its existing contractual commitment to Europe or Asia. No Country lost any contracts, under this arrangement.

Iraq embraced the United States, and encourages Washington to consider its vast market potential across all sectors in weighing the future of their relationship. Various senior diplomats assured the U.S. through my back channel that Baghdad hoped the United States would become a major trading partner after sanctions. Frequently, diplomats reminded met hat before the 1990 Gulf War, Iraq had been a strong ally of the United States. That friendship could renewed, they said. Iraq would show its appreciation.

From my own vantage point, some of the greatest success in back channel talks involved Iraq’s cooperation with global anti terrorism policy. Baghdad agreed that the FBI or Interpol (or Scotland Yard) would have authority to establish a Task Force inside Iraq, with authorization to conduct investigations, interview witnesses, and make arrests of terror suspects.

The FBI could have interviewed Mr. Al Anai, the Iraqi diplomat who allegedly met Mohammad Atta in Praque, Czechoslovakia, per the demands of Senator John McCain and Vice President Dick Cheney.

Moreover, Iraq offered to hand over a trove of documents identifying the financial network used by terrorists. Baghdad freely offered to provide evidence of a Middle Eastern link  o the 1993 World Trade Center attack and the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995.

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This small portion of Susan’s phenomenal book, backed up by other whistleblower testimony paints a clear picture for the world. The United States and it’s allies were 100% intent on going to war with Iraq regardless of the concessions Iraq was willing to make.

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