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From: osama bin kenobi
Approved: APPROVED - Jedi Council
Subject: Iraq Invasion Was Planned Long Before Bu$h's Election
Keywords: Rebel Alliance Galactic Usenet News Service
Summary: May The Force Be With You...Always
Organization: Rebel Alliance Galactic Usenet News Service
Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2002 06:16:52 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 23:16:52 PDT
Are you going to allow Iraq to be destroyed over oil? If you will, how
are you any different from the terrorists?
Bush planned Iraq 'regime change' before becoming President
By Neil Mackay
Sunday Herald / R.A.G.U.N.S.
A SECRET blueprint for US global domination reveals that President
Bush and his cabinet were planning a premeditated attack on Iraq to
secure 'regime change' even before he took power in January 2001.
The blueprint, uncovered by the Sunday Herald, for the creation of a
'global Pax Americana' was drawn up for Dick Cheney (now vice-
president), Donald Rumsfeld (defence secretary), Paul Wolfowitz
(Rumsfeld's deputy), George W Bush's younger brother Jeb and Lewis
Libby (Cheney's chief of staff). The document, entitled Rebuilding
America's Defences: Strategies, Forces And Resources For A New
Century, was written in September 2000 by the neo-conservative
think-tank Project for the New American Century (PNAC).
The plan shows Bush's cabinet intended to take military control of the
Gulf region whether or not Saddam Hussein was in power. It says: 'The
United States has for decades sought to play a more permanent role in
Gulf regional security. While the unresolved conflict with Iraq
provides the immediate justification, the need for a substantial
American force presence in the Gulf transcends the issue of the regime
of Saddam Hussein.'
The PNAC document supports a 'blueprint for maintaining global US
pre-eminence, precluding the rise of a great power rival, and shaping
the international security order in line with American principles and
This 'American grand strategy' must be advanced for 'as far into the
future as possible', the report says. It also calls for the US to
'fight and decisively win multiple, simultaneous major theatre wars'
as a 'core mission'.
The report describes American armed forces abroad as 'the cavalry on
the new American frontier'. The PNAC blueprint supports an earlier
document written by Wolfowitz and Libby that said the US must
'discourage advanced industrial nations from challenging our
leadership or even aspiring to a larger regional or global role'.
The PNAC report also:
l refers to key allies such as the UK as 'the most effective and
efficient means of exercising American global leadership';
l describes peace-keeping missions as 'demanding American political
leadership rather than that of the United Nations';
l reveals worries in the administration that Europe could rival the
l says 'even should Saddam pass from the scene' bases in Saudi Arabia
and Kuwait will remain permanently -- despite domestic opposition in
the Gulf regimes to the stationing of US troops -- as 'Iran may well
prove as large a threat to US interests as Iraq has';
l spotlights China for 'regime change' saying 'it is time to increase
the presence of American forces in southeast Asia'. This, it says, may
lead to 'American and allied power providing the spur to the process
of democratisation in China';
l calls for the creation of 'US Space Forces', to dominate space, and
the total control of cyberspace to prevent 'enemies' using the
internet against the US;
l hints that, despite threatening war against Iraq for developing
weapons of mass destruction, the US may consider developing biological
weapons -- which the nation has banned -- in decades to come. It says:
'New methods of attack -- electronic, 'non-lethal', biological -- will
be more widely available ... combat likely will take place in new
dimensions, in space, cyberspace, and perhaps the world of microbes
... advanced forms of biological warfare that can 'target' specific
genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to
a politically useful tool';
l and pinpoints North Korea, Libya, Syria and Iran as dangerous
regimes and says their existence justifies the creation of a
'world-wide command-and-control system'.
Tam Dalyell, the Labour MP, father of the House of Commons and one of
the leading rebel voices against war with Iraq, said: 'This is garbage
from right-wing think-tanks stuffed with chicken-hawks -- men who have
never seen the horror of war but are in love with the idea of war. Men
like Cheney, who were draft-dodgers in the Vietnam war.
'This is a blueprint for US world domination -- a new world order of
their making. These are the thought processes of fantasist Americans
who want to control the world. I am appalled that a British Labour
Prime Minister should have got into bed with a crew which has this
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