In the Caspian Basin and beneath the deserts of Iraq, as many as 783 billion 
barrels of oil are waiting to be pumped. Anyone controlling that much oil 
stands a good chance of breaking OPEC's stranglehold overnight, and any nation 
seeking to dominate the world would have to go after it.

The long-held suspicions about George Bush's wars are well-placed. The wars in 
Afghanistan and Iraq were not prompted by the terrorist attacks in New York and 
Washington. They were not waged to spread democracy in the Middle East or 
enhance security at home. They were conceived and planned in secret long before 
September 11, 2001 and they were undertaken to control petroleum resources.

The "global war on terror" began as a fraud and a smokescreen and remains so 
today, a product of the Bush Administration's deliberate and successful 
distortion of public perception. The fragmented accounts in the mainstream 
media reflect this warping of reality, but another more accurate version of 
recent history is available in contemporary books and the vast information pool 
of the Internet. When told start to finish, the story becomes clear, the dots 
easier to connect.

  
http://americanwars.blogspot.com/2007/02/from-afghanistan-to-iraq-connecting.html

 
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