A report commissioned by James Baker, Bush Sr's Secy of State calls
for the use of military force against Saddam to gain control of the oil
and oil prices.
Five months before September 11, the US advocated using force against
Iraq ... to secure control of its oil.
IT is a document that fundamentally questions the motives behind the
Bush administration's desire to take out Saddam Hussein and go to war
Strategic Energy Policy Challenges For The 21st Century describes how
America is facing the biggest energy crisis in its history. It targets
Saddam as a threat to American interests because of his control of Iraqi
oilfields and recommends the use of 'military intervention' as a means
to fix the US energy crisis.
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