United States Beats Iraq In War

In 2003, The Unites States challenged Iraq to a war due to unfinished business regarding control of this vital region of the world under the header “A New World Order” which was later retitled “Regime Change.” Under President Saddam Hussein, Iraq accepted the challenge, which was extended by U.S. President George W. Bush. The war began with a “shock and awe” bombing campaign followed by ground forces. The agencies and prisons of Iraq were seized and stripped of the Sunni leadership of Iraq known as the Baath Party and were reopened under direct Coalition control, then turned over to the Iraqis, whose first job was to locate, try and execute their former President, Saddam Hussein, who was so kind to invite the U.S. invasion in the first place by being too assertive over the region.
Iraq is essentially administered today by a new government and by an agency of the U.S. government, the US Embassy of Iraq. To see your borrowed dollars at work, visit this: the Reconstruction Agency: http://iraq-prt.usembassy.gov/baghdad.html

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