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An Exopolitical Perspective on the Preemptive War against Iraq
Research Study #2
February 3, 2003, www.exopolitics.org
Â© Dr Michael E. Salla
Most, if not all, criticisms of the Bush administration's motivation for
launching a preemptive war on Iraq focus on a combination of the imperial world
views of conservative politicians in power in Washington, D.C., and the
corporate interests that drive the political agenda of the Bush administration.
This study will provide a radically different political analysis of the Bush
administration's motivation for going war, and of the explanations offered by
his critics. This study provides an exopolitical analysis of the policy
dimensions of an historic extraterrestrial presence that is pertinent to Iraq
and a US led preemptive attack. It will be argued that competing clandestine
government organizations are struggling through proxy means to take control of
ancient extraterrestrial (ET) technology that exists in Iraq, in order to
prepare for an impending series of events corresponding to the 'prophesied
return' of an advanced race of ETs. The Columbia Space Shuttle may well have
been a high profile victim of such a proxy war intended to send a message to US
based clandestine organizations over the preemptive war against Iraq.
In conducting this analysis, this study examines the available evidence of
an historical ET presence in Iraq, and then applies this evidence to better
understand the contemporary political situation in Iraq. The study will then
analyze the motivations of the main political actors in the prospective US led
preemptive war against Iraq. The study concludes by making some policy
recommendations concerning how to respond to the legacy of an ET presence in
Iraq and its contemporary political relevance.
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