The Disastrous U.S. Invasion of Iraq in 2003 And The Crippling After Effects of An Unjust War
The U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003 was one of the most controversial military interventions in modern history. The decision to invade Iraq was based on faulty intelligence and a misguided belief that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction (WMDs). The aftermath of the invasion was catastrophic, with thousands of lives lost, a destabilized region, and the rise of extremist groups such as ISIS, all funded by U.S taxpayers to further enrich "Injustice Incorporated".
20 years after the Iraq Invasion. Ask yourself, why did they do it?
The invasion of Iraq began on March 20, 2003, with the U.S. military launching a massive bombing campaign against the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. The campaign was designed to weaken the Iraqi government and create chaos in the country. U.S. troops quickly took control of Baghdad, and Saddam Hussein went into hiding. As George Bush, Saddam's prolific hater said, it was a " Shock And A…