Iran Next

Why Iran will be next.

At 9:34 PM EST on March 19, 2003 (5:34 AM local time in Baghdad on March 20), United States and United Kingdom forces consisting of 40 cruise missiles and strikes led by 2 F-117s from the 8th Fighter Squadron (supported by Navy EA-6B Prowlers) and other aircraft began conducting military operations against the state of Iraq designed to disarm Iraq of its weapons of mass destruction and to remove the Iraqi Regime from power. Less than two hours after a deadline expired for Saddam Hussein to leave Iraq, the sound of air raid sirens were heard in Baghdad. A short time later, President Bush addressed the American public stating that coalition forces were in the "early stages of military operations to disarm Iraq, to free its people and to defend the world from grave danger."   Source --

Operation Iraqi Freedom had begun.   The reason for war, according to American president George Bush, was to rid Iraq from a “homicidal dictator” named Saddam Hussein, and to rid the world of a tyrant that was “addicted to weapons of mass destruction”. Source
Was that the real reasons for war?   I concur that ridding a country of a “homicidal dictator” is a noble idea so a quick look at reveals that the meaning of “homicidal” is: capable of or conducive to bloodshed; "a cutthroat rogue"; "a homicidal rage"; "murderous thugs"
Too right then that George Bush wanted this “cutthroat rogue” ousted from power to save the lives of Iraqi’s!   But is this really what happened?   Was Bush’s war about protecting the Iraqi people from a ruthless “dictator”?

According to a UNICEF report in 1999 it reported that 500,000 Iraqi children had died in the previous 8 years because of sanctions that the West imposed on Iraq.   500,000 innocent children were murdered by the West and they called Saddam a “homicidal dictator”!
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