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Target is Still Iran: Clear Cutting the Middle East and the coming Blood Bath PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 05 February 2008 07:40
Target is Still Iran: Clear Cutting the Middle East and the coming Blood Bath

PEJ News - chycho - One of the main reasons that we are on the brink of the greatest global catastrophe ever known to the present civilization is because people do not have a clear picture of what is happening in the world. To remedy this situation, the following maps are being presented to help in the visualization of what the United States of America is proposing - World War III.

The following is a Map of World Conflicts published in 2005.

click map to enlarge - source

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Target is Still Iran: Clear Cutting the Middle East and the coming Blood Bath

One of the main reasons that we are on the brink of the greatest global catastrophe ever known to the present civilization is because people do not have a clear picture of what is happening in the world. To remedy this situation, the following maps are being presented to help in the visualization of what the United States of America is proposing - World War III.

The following is a Map of World Conflicts published in 2005.

click map to enlarge - source

Bellow is a map of the most populace Muslim Countries in the World. The correlation between this and the above map is more then just coincidence.

click map to enlarge - source

Many believe that the escalation of war in the last few years is associated with the need to control the worlds dwindling oil resources. Many more believe that these wars are not just about the control of the oil, but the currency in which oil is traded (the Petrodollar). Even Alan Greenspan has confirmed that the Iraq war was really about oil. The following is a map of the worlds oil producing countries. When viewing this map keep in mind that OPEC countries supply 40% of the worlds oil requirements (29% of which comes from the Middle East), and that many of these countries have indicated that they wish to stop using the US dollar in their oil trade. Iran has even gone as far as trying to open an Oil Bourse that will be
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