Taking Iraq Private: Completing the Counter-revolution
April 22, 2003
Seizing Iraq's oil is not enough for U.S. rulers. The privatization of Iraq's nationalized infrastructure : electricity, water, agriculture and social services, such as health and education are basic elements of plans crafted by the Council on Foreign Relations and promoted throughout the pages of the Wall Street Journal.
Culminating efforts launched forty years ago with the assassination of Iraqi leader Abdul Karim Qassim, U.S. rulers unfold their plans of "Taking Iraq Private: Completing the Counter-revolution"