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It’s not true.
Saddam was brutal. but he was a Soviet-turned-Russian sycophant. Even his mustache was modeled on Stalin’s.
Secondly, the people who call themselves our enemies are equally as brutal.
Iran? Please. We supported the Shah, yes, and we support the Mullahs today. I mean, look at the fake “Terrible sanctions! They’re gonna suffer rolling blackouts!”
The country sits atop approximately 16% of the planet’s natural gas reserves — plus they rank #3 in proven oil reserves — and their economy is supposed to be in tatters? They’re going to suffer energy shortages? Please. You people will swallow ANYTHING so long as it’s shit coated in (anti white) racism and anti Americanism…
Everything Bush said about Iraq — Nigerian “Yellow Cake,” ties to “Al Qaeda” terrorist groups, buying a nuclear centrifuge to enrich uranium — everything Bush said about Iraq was true for Iran. None of it would have been a lie had he said it about Iran. Never would he have needed fake intel and 1984ish News Speak in order to talk his way into war.
Bush PROTECTED Iran. He took the case for war against Iran (the same country the Republicans had been dealing with since 1980) and smashed it to bits against Iraq. And this was after arming them during their war with Iraq.
P.S. Officially Canada is listed as having the world’s 3rd largest proven reserves of oil, and it’s all bullshit. In the case of Canada they are including the POTENTIAL yield from the “Oil Sands” which isn’t oil at all but 10% Bitumen, which can be converted into synthetic oil. It requires a huge energy investment to process these “Oil Sands” just to get at the Bitumen, and then a lot more energy to convert it into a useful fuel.
The process has three times the “Carbon Footprint” of crude oil, and some claim the energy investment exceeds the energy yield.
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