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Wall Street: A secret document predicting the chaos of the invasion of Iraq went into the wind

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Post by rocky on Fri 15 Mar 2019, 2:03 am


Wall Street: A secret document predicting the chaos of the invasion of Iraq went into the wind

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Information / translation ... The 
Wall Street Journal US revealed a document dating back to the 2002 declassified recently issued by the US State Department warned of the horrors resulting from the invasion of Iraq was ignored by theBush administration at the time of that note. 
"The memorandum states that senior US State Department officials at the time advised President George W. Bush, who was in favor of the invasion of Iraq, that the invasion could provoke internal Iraqi chaos, a revolution in the Middle East and threats to US interests in the region," the report said. "He said.
"On July 29, 2002, three veteran diplomats wrote to Secretary of State Colin Powell that" an attempt to topple the regime in Baghdad could collapse if we were not careful and turn into a "perfect storm" against US interests, Wind when the Bush administration embarked on the invasion without a detailed post-war plan in Iraq. " 
"The 10-page memo predicted many setbacks, such as violence, sectarian strife, attacks on US forces and the intervention of neighboring countries, and accurately predicted that an attempt to bring about structural change and stability in Iraq would take many years."
"The memos were written in a new book written by then-US Assistant Secretary of State Robert Burns entitled" The Rear Canal ", in which he said that with this vision of what would happen in Iraq, it would have been planned to stay for five years in Iraq if we were lucky and ten years if we were not As well ". 
"Burns' second document, dated August 16, 2002, indicated that, by this month, it was clear to American diplomats that the debate on going to war was over and that it was not about whether regime change in Iraq was logical or not, but rather the choice between Smart and stupid way to do it. " 
"Another document issued on November 19, 2001, urging the Pentagon to attack Iraq only two months after 9/11, Burns wrote to his superiors, saying:" The Pentagon is likely to urge that the campaign in Afghanistan must Be a model for Iraq, so differences must be overlooked and ignored. " Ending / 25 z

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