Bush wanted war -

By On
• In War & Peace,

and fabricated excuses for an invasion. Proof was printed today in the New York Times. In January, 2003, Bush and British PM Blair talked about how they could start the invasion even though they knew there were no WMDs. They decided to start the bombing in March and conspired how to fabricate evidence in the two months before the attacks. Because of weather, March was the best time to invade.

How about this in the Jan 2003 memo. “The U.S. was thinking of flying U2 reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in U.N. colours,” the memo says, attributing the idea to Mr. Bush. “If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach.” The memo is real. It was written during the meeting by a senior British official as a report of the meeting. Read the article for yourself and learn how wars of conquest are planned.

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