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The logic of the illogic of U.S. war policy
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The U.S. regime pretends for a long time, rational arguments, logic, and the Law does not count for them.
America's actions can not be explained by normal scales and are completely contradictory.
At the latest, all started with the wars against Afghanistan and Iraq.
As many common people think I thought at that time in 2002, WHAT exactly has 9-11 to do with Afghanistan and Iraq ?
Why America fight war against these countries, when 16 of the 19 alleged terrorists come from Saudi Arabia and Osama bin Laden, accused the head of the operation, was also a Saudi ?
Parsifal, September 7, 2013

Above: The gallery of Saudi terrorists, except the one in the middle, to this day along with Mossad and CIA stuck behind all the terrorist attacks and finance the Al - Qaeda and the war against Syria. Not one of the terrorists came from Afghanistan or Iraq.
Would it not have been logical reason to attack Saudi Arabia and to punish them ?

Ah yes, the justification for the war in Afghanistan was and still is, because the Taliban have 'housed' Osama Bin Laden.
The Taliban themselves had nothing to do with 9/11 and have not attacked America.
But just provided an 'accommodation' of the al-Qaeda leader was sufficient reason for the Bush administration to start the bombing campaign against the country and the invasion.

Wait a minute, the leader of the hijackers should have been Mohammed Atta, who lived from 1992 to 2001 in Hamburg, Germany and studied there for almost 10 years up to 9/11.
Why not then Hamburg was bombed by the Americans, but when the city granted this terrorist 'home' ?
I mean, where is the consequence of their twisted logic ?

The responsible for 9/11 counter-terrorism Secretary in the White House, Richard Clark said after his retirement from office, the decision by

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