This was pre-Bush Jr era. Then Cheney quit his job as head of Halliburton Oil and ran as Bush's VP (or his handler, whichever you prefer.). Paul Wolfowitz was the lead of the neocons in this adventure. That is why this is important and why he is so dangerous to be anywhere near the seat of power of such a wealthy and highly technically superior nation that resists all calls for loss of sovereignty and installation of a global New World Order.
Then 9-11 happened and Iraq was blamed for it, and thus began the take over of Iraq. All of this based on Halliburtons discovery of the largest non sulfur oil field in the world, located in Iraq. So much of the Khazar bankers Satanic global New World order was and is tied up in that invasion.
All of this was multi-purpose in scope and intent. First was to secure these massive and economically viable resource rich lands in Iraq for "GREATER ISRAEL" who is now on the march in the middle east to make the dream of a greater Israel a full blown reality, using USA military technology, taxes and might to secure such resources. In other words "To Steal the land from Iraq" and give it to Rothschild's Israel.
Saddam's big mistake was using Halliburton to do the explorations for such resources, since they were controlled 100% by the Globalists and Cheney was their man as CEO of Halliburton at the time. What he realized was the profitability of a sulfur free oil reserve. Most of the serious cost of extracting the oil, is the refining process to rid it of the Sulfur.
Well, that means one of the largest costs of producing usable oil is gone and that normal cost, can then be turned into unimaginable profit compared to all the other oil fields currently under production. This man below is NOT a good corporate citizen, rather he is a fascist and corporations are the boss to these guys, especially the Zionist Khazar bankers.
Anyway, you read and decide.
The Jeb Bush Adviser Who Should Scare You
By David Corn, Mother Jones News, | Wed May 13, 2015
Paul Wolfowitz not only championed the Iraq War—he obsessively promoted a bizarre conspiracy theory.Last week, Jeb Bush, the all-but-announced GOP presidential candidate, stirred up a fuss when he privately told a group of Manhattan financiers that his top adviser on US-Israeli policy is George W. Bush. Given that Jeb has tried mightily to distance himself from his brother, whose administration used false assertions to launch the still highly unpopular Iraq War, this touting of W.—even at a behind-closed-doors session of Republican donors—seemed odd.
But perhaps more noteworthy is that Jeb Bush has embraced much of his brother's White House foreign policy team. In February, his campaign released a list of 21 foreign policy advisers; 17 of them served in the George W. Bush administration. And one name stood out: Paul Wolfowitz, a top policy architect of the Iraq War—for the prospect of Wolfowitz whispering into Jeb's ear ought to scare the bejeezus out of anyone who yearns for a rational national security policy.
Wolfowitz, who was deputy defense secretary under George W. Bush, was a prominent neocon cheerleader for the invasion of Iraq. He was also the top conspiracy theorist in the Bush-Cheney crowd. As Michael Isikoff and I reported in our our 2006 book, Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War, Wolfowitz, prior to the Iraq War, was a champion of a bizarre theory promoted by an eccentric academic named Laurie Mylroie: Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, not Islamic extremists such as Al Qaeda, was responsible for most of the world's anti-United States terrorism.
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