Baghdad: Paradigm of Globalist Creative Destruction

Thursday, April 17, 2014
By Paul Martin

Baghdad’s fate will be suffered by all who oppose bankster drive for global domination

Kurt Nimmo
April 17, 2014

The Mercer consulting group has released a survey showing Baghdad is now the world’s worst city. Once considered the most advanced city in the Arab world, it is now a dangerous ruin stricken by sectarian and religious violence, corruption, crime, unemployment, pollution and numerous other problems. It is categorized along with Bangui in the Central African Republic and the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.

Prior to Bush Senior’s invasion, Iraq had the highest living standard in the Middle East. Iraqi medical care and education were the envy of the region. Literacy stood at 80 percent. By February of 1991, however, the country was pitched into the Dark Ages.

The objective of Bush’s invasion was to reduce Iraq to a preindustrial wasteland. Electrical power generation, water treatment and distribution systems, telephone and radio exchanges, food processing and storage, roads, highways, bus depots, public transportation, railroads, oil wells, sewage treatment facilities, factories, mosques, churches, residential areas and even historical sites were all targeted for destruction.

Tens of thousands of people died from dehydration, dysentery, lack of potable water, starvation and malnutrition. Following the criminal behavior of Bush Senior and his coterie of criminal neocons, the risk of epidemics of cholera, typhoid, hepatitis and other diseases skyrocketed. The U.S. compounded this by deliberately targeting Iraq’s water supply.

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