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Congress wants chaos in Iraq 
Monday, September 3, 2007, 02:14 PM - Foreign Policy, Opinion
Posted by Administrator
Representative Jon Porter (R-NV) returned from a visit to Iraq this week, reporting, "they said there would be genocide, gas prices in the U.S. would rise to eight or nine dollars a gallon, al-Qaida would continue its expansion, and Iran would take over that portion of the world if we leave."

Never mind that genocide is already taking place in Iraq, gas prices are already out of control, and Iran is a more stabilizing force in the region than the U.S. and its alleged allies Israel and Saudi Arabia. It seems that if we stay in Iraq, the same thing will happen that Porter claims will happen if we leave.

Iran has much to gain from the success of the Iraqi government. They are happy that the prime minister is Shi'ite (Hillary Clinton and the neo-cons hate that). Iran wants the nations on its borders to be more stable. They regularly meet with other leaders in the Middle East to work toward those goals. Iran has not attacked another country since well before the 1979 revolution, so there is little indication that they would make the same mistake we did and try to occupy Iraq with their military.

Iran is also quickly developing. That is why they are trying to develop nuclear energy (in full cooperation with the IAEA, as the neo-cons neglect to mention in their alarmist calls for war). If Iran progresses beyond third world status, they can help other nations in the region advance as well. I would much rather see Iran's money and resources spent on Iraq than ours. We are pushing ourselves into an economic crisis trying to pay for this war. Iraq's oil supply along with Iran's support should be sufficient to finance their redevelopment.

As this site previously reported, Iran needs nuclear development to grow any further. They have not undertaken any weapons-level enrichment, and are working well within the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. The globalists refuse to allow Iran's development, because they thrive on third world nations dependent on foreign aid. Sovereign nations with self-sufficient economies do not fit into their agenda for one world government and significant reduction of the world population.

The Bush administration, Congress, and the many organizations which influence them have absolutely no interest in a peaceful solution to the Iraq war or the Iran conflict. Their agenda is just the opposite. To carry out the globalists' sick and twisted scheme of order out of chaos, the United States will continue to occupy Iraq.

Submitted by Douglass.
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