The western powers invaded Iraq for oil. According to the Independent newspaper of London, Britain discussed plans to exploit Iraq’s oil reserves with some of the world’s biggest oil companies five months before it joined the United States by invading the country in 2003. Citing previously secret documents, the newspaper said at least five meetings were held between British officials and BP and Royal Dutch Shell in late 2002. BP privately said to the British Foreign Office that Iraq was 'more important than anything we’ve seen for a long time.' The documents were obtained by the oil campaigner Greg Muttitt, author of the new book ‘Fuel on the Fire: Oil and Politics in Occupied Iraq’. 'Mr. Blair famously said in early 2003, the idea that we’re interested in Iraq’s oil is absurd, it’s one of the most absurd conspiracy theories you can imagine.' While he was saying that there was an internal secret document revealing the British strategy to exploit Iraqi oil, it said, 'Britain has an absolutely vital interest in Iraq’s oil’ (Muttitt 2011).
The US creates terrorism to keep its dominant power.
Bin Laden was a product of the United States spy agencies, according to the book ‘Dollars for Terror: The United States and Islam’ by Richard Labévière. The United States and its Saudi allies have been sponsoring and financing radical Islamists. The author uncovers the money-laundering, the organised crime, and the interlocking world of business and politics. According to the Washington Post, the United States funneled more than $2 billion in guns and money to the Mujaheddin. It was the largest covert action program since World War Two. According to the Independent newspaper in the UK, wealthy officials from Qatar and Saudi Arabia have provided financial support to ISIS. It is noticeably clear, the Middle Eastern countries’ leaders will be removed as were the Iraqi and Libyan leaders, if they do not support the western covert operations in the name of democracy, rule of law, or terrorism.
The United States deliberately turned Afghan and Pakistani youths into radicals. According to Pakistani general Yousaf, who supervised the covert war, the US officials were ruthless in their approach, and they had a built-in hatred for the Soviets. The CIA operations officers helped Pakistani trainers establish schools for the Mujaheddin to train Afghan youths to handle guerrilla warfare, urban sabotage, and heavy weapons. Saudi Arabia agreed to match U.S. financial contributions to the Mujaheddin and distributed funds directly to ISIS. The Afghans themselves did the fighting and dying for the United States, and ultimately won the war against the Soviets in Afghanistan (Labévière 2000).