Mar 062013


In the Name of Old Glory and the Good O’l USA

By Reinier Kanis



It really is odd, or is it when the press in America get amnesia regarding their own materials to the American public? Setting denial aside, here is the truth by Americas own press. The Iraq Liberation Act, which was passed by the US Congress and signed into law in 1998, explicitly calls for regime change.

President’s National Security Strategy:

“The purpose of US engagement, as espoused in the NSS is to protect the United States’ vital interest in the region—-uninterrupted, secure US/Allied access to Gulf oil.”

There it is in a nutshell, but we will show you more, only because there is such an overwhelming amount of evidence


Additionally, the “easing of US access to Persian Gulf supplies” is a priority stated in the US National Energy Policy Report of 2001—the notorious “Cheney Report.”

One would do well to have a look at just how serious the OIL problem really is in this report ( DIE OFF – a population crash resource page ). This will give you an idea why the American Government has its present day oil policy, and unfortunately for Iraq, American policy has priority to Iraqi independence.

In a closed session with Bush administration officials, Congresswoman Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) asked repeatedly whether they had evidence of an imminent threat from Hussein against US citizens. “They said ‘no,'” she said. “Not ‘no, but,’ or ‘maybe,’ but ‘no.’ I was stunned. Not shocked. Not surprised. Stunned.” (San Francisco Chronicle, 9/20/02)

The truth by the Bush administration, gets tossed aside to be able to meet its target oil objectives, regardless of how many will die come out faster and faster, by Bush’s spin doctors, and Americans hardly even noticed. Now its completely forgotten, as death and destruction are the order of the day.

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Intelligence documents that U.S. and British governments said were strong evidence that Iraq was developing nuclear weapons have been dismissed as forgeries by U.N. weapons inspectors. The documents, given to International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Mohamed ElBaradei, indicated that Iraq might have tried to buy 500 tons of uranium from Niger, but the agency said they were “obvious” fakes.

WASHINGTON (Boston Globe)– Questionable US and British intelligence assertions about purported Iraqi weapons of mass destruction have undercut the Bush administration’s credibility in building a case before the UN Security Council, according to analysts and some diplomats.

We have uncovered a massive American Underground, that differs so much from the face Americans think the world sees, however it is not that we personally have uncovered the truth, its always been out there, waiting for us to read it. The very most dangerous element on earth is not the Al-Quaida, not the Taliban, not the Iraqis, not the North Koreans, but it is the covert activities of the true axis of evil. The CIA-ISI connection is by far the most dangerous connection that threatens all of humanity, to and including nuclear war unlimited. One must clearly get a very good picture of the ISI and how dangerous it is, as well as being aware of just how closely the CIA has been involved with them. Another very revealing read, that may well give you an even greater understanding is this next article, The Smoking Gun, a extremely well documented article.

For more on how Bush twisted truth, and added in a lot of outright lies, one might do well to read a little American and British history on Iraq. Forgotten History Though this site is a private site, there is a lot of valuable connections to original (American Press) articles, that will show, it is credible information. This covers not only Iraq, but many of areas America has covertly manipulated. This material by itself is a stand alone site to collaborate the conspiracy of the hidden agendas of the American Government.

A note of hope does blow in the winds, but will they become the winds of change? In a speech to congress that may have fallen on deaf ears, the true American dream flickers a light of hope. Most certainly a worthy read. Today, I Weep for my Country…by US Senator Robert Byrd, Speech delivered on the floor of the US Senate March 19, 2003 3:45pm Arrogance of Power Its time Americans rise up and take America back, its time to turn the flicker of democracy back into a burning flame.

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Reading these full articles in full is highly recommended.

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on July 10th 2003 so many of the links may be dead today.


Online Journal

The deep politics of regime removal in Iraq: Overt conquest, covert operations – Pt. 1


Fake Iraq documents ’embarrassing’ for U.S. – Mar. 14, 2003

Boston Globe

Dubious claims erode US credibility

A Private Website but well worth reading.

Forgotten History

Common Dreams

Arrogance of Power

Center for Cooperative Research

Sept. 11’s Smoking Gun: The Many Faces of Saeed Sheikh


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