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An Exopolitical Perspective on the Preemptive War Against Iraq

An Exopolitical Perspective on the Preemptive War Against Iraq

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This is an article that was writen with government insider knowlege provided by an anonomous government official, who wanted to speak out against the Bush administration in a way of protest, over their diabolical plans that involve the middle east, the war in Iraq, and the US citizens.
This is an article that was writen with government insider knowlege provided by an anonomous government official, who wanted to speak out against the Bush administration in a way of protest, over their diabolical plans that involve the middle east, the war in Iraq, and the US citizens.

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An Exopolitical Perspective on the Preemptive War against Iraq
 
Research Study #2
February 3, 2003, www.exopolitics.org© Dr Michael E. Salla
Most, if not all, criticisms of the Bush administration's motivation for launching apreemptive war on Iraq focus on a combination of the imperial world views of conservative politicians in power in Washington, D.C., and the corporate intereststhat drive the political agenda of the Bush administration. This study will provide aradically different political analysis of the Bush administration's motivation forgoing war, and of the explanations offered by his critics. This study provides anexopolitical analysis of the policy dimensions of an historic extraterrestrial presencethat is pertinent to Iraq and a US led preemptive attack. It will be argued thatcompeting clandestine government organizations are struggling through proxymeans 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 maywell have been a high profile victim of such a proxy war intended to send a messageto US based clandestine organizations over the preemptive war against Iraq.In conducting this analysis, this study examines the available evidence of anhistorical ET presence in Iraq, and then applies this evidence to better understandthe contemporary political situation in Iraq. The study will then analyze themotivations of the main political actors in the prospective US led preemptive waragainst Iraq. The study concludes by making some policy recommendationsconcerning how to respond to the legacy of an ET presence in Iraq and itscontemporary political relevance.
 
 
About the Author
 Dr. Michael E. Salla has held academic appointments in the School of InternationalService, American University, Washington DC (1996-2001), and the Department of Political Science, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia (1994-96). Hetaught as an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University, WashingtonDC., in 2002. He is currently researching methods of Transformational Peace as aResearcher in Residence in the Center for Global Peace (2001-2003) and directingthe Center's Peace Ambassador Program which uses transformational peacetechniques for individual self-empowerment. He has a PhD in Government from theUniversity of Queensland, Australia, and an MA in Philosophy from the Universityof Melbourne, Australia. He is the author of 
The Hero's Journey Toward a Second  American Century
(Greenwood Press, 2002) and author/coeditor of three otherbooks:
 Essays on Peace
(Central Queensland University Press, 1995);
Why the Cold War Ended 
(Greenwood Press, 1995); and
 Islamic Radicalism, Muslim Nations and the West 
(1993). He has authored more than seventy articles, chapters, and book reviews on peace, ethnic conflict and conflict resolution. He has conducted researchand fieldwork in the ethnic conflicts in East Timor, Kosovo, Macedonia, and SriLanka. He has organized a number of international workshops involving mid tohigh level participants from these conflicts. He has a personal website atwww.american.edu/salla/ .
 
 
Introduction
 In his 2003 State of the Union address President George W. Bush declared "thegravest danger facing America and the world, is outlaw regimes that seek andpossess nuclear, chemical and biological weapons." In his speech, President Busheloquently expressed his main motivation for launching a preemptive war againstIraq in order to prevent "a day of horror like none we have ever known." Critics of President Bush's preemptive policy, including the political commentator, RobertFisk, argue the upcoming US led war against Iraq "isn't about chemical warheads orhuman rights: it's about oil." According to another prominent politicalcommentator, Michael Lind, the motivation lies in the preemptive military doctrinechampioned by 'neo-conservatives' such as Deputy Defense Secretary PaulWolfowitz, whose policy views were given more prominence after the September 11attack.Most, if not all, criticisms of the Bush administration's motivation for going to warfocus on a combination of the imperial world views of conservative politicians inpower in Washington, D.C., and the corporate interests that drive the politicalagenda of the Bush administration. This paper will provide a radically differentpolitical analysis of the Bush administration's motivation for going war, and of theexplanations offered by his critics. It will be argued that the focus on either thefactors supporting a preemptive war against an Iraq possessing weapons of massdestruction; or on criticisms against US imperialism and corporate interests, are notso much wrong, but simply reflect a limited political paradigm for understandingthe motivations behind US foreign policy.The political paradigm to be used in this paper is based on 'exopolitics'. Thisparadigm starts with the premise that there exists an extraterrestrial (ET) presenceon Earth which clandestine government organizations have been withholdingknowledge of from the general public and elected public officials. Rather than beingan unsubstantiated 'conspiracy theory' with little relevance to contemporary policyissues such as a preemptive US war against Iraq, it will be argued that anexopolitical analysis can provide a more comprehensive understanding of what

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