With the U.S. and its allies inching closer to a war to “liberate” Libya from the man they just six months ago were arming with the finest weapons stolen oil money can buy, it’s worth looking back at that war crime of yesteryear — the 2003 invasion of Iraq and subsequent occupation, which celebrates its eighth anniversary on Saturday — and how that previous war of liberation (or rather, imperial aggression) worked out.
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