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The War In Iraq Presentation

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The War In Iraq - Blood for oil Bryony Morris 1/5/08 There are many conspiracies that surround the on-going war in Iraq, but the one that stands out the most is that the war is based around America wanting Iraq's oil. There is substantial evidence that America's interest in Iraq is motivated by oil, not just national security. Many people have been led to believe that Iraq had 'weapons of mass destruction' but these weapons have never been found, and there is a lot more evidence like this that proves the war is not on terror. ...read more.


- Saddam Hussein's many offences such as use of chemical weapons and nuclear and biological programs date back to a period when Hussein was seen in Washington as a valued ally. - Bush decided to invade Iraq in April 2001, six months before September 11th, and the official reason was to improve Western access to Iraqi oil. - If the war is over oil the people who will benefit the most are the elite wealthy oil men who finance Bush's election campaigns. ...read more.


I have seen many of my friends who are in the British Army sent out to Iraq to fight over what I believe is Oil. In a time where global warming is increasing rapidly, the US is willing to have it's own and other countries military risk their lives just because they want to be the richest and highest in the world. My three questions for discussion are; 1. Is the U.S. government being open and honest about their reasons for declaring war on Iraq? 2. If it is all down to oil, should there be a war over it? 3. Should other countries military have got involved with the war in Iraq? ...read more.

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