The goal of US foreign and security policies in West Asia has been to control the oil resources in that region. After the 1991 Gulf War, US military presence in the Gulf areas increased manifold. At the same time, Iraq has been devastated by the war and the 12 years-old UN sanctions which could not be lifted because of US opposition. Thus, Iraq did not pose any threat to US control of West Asian oil. Yet, the US invaded Iraq. Why?
In this Pamphlet, Stephen Sniegoski explains that the real reason for the invasion of Iraq is security for Isreal. A small group of unelected neo-conservatives, with close links to Isreali Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Right-wing Likud Party, succeeded in influencing Bush to invade Iraq. Their agenda is for reshaping the political systems in West Asia and through regime changes in Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi-Arabia whic they enemies of Isreal.
This article exposes the failure of democracy in the US where unelected pro-Zionist offcials are able to influence policies to serve the interests of a foreign country, Isreal, to the detriment of the American people.