Yesterday’s A Victim Who Wasn’t an Enemy highlighted a loyal fascist who was harvested (raped and murdered) to be owned and kept loyal. Today we present another loyalist, put into a position of power to give the Controllers power over another country. These guys were put into countries the Controllers wanted to dominate after they conquered Europe. They failed in WWII however. They followed through and helped guide them to the top anyway.
Hussein’s supported rise to power was a way they hoped to control oil for the Third Reich during it’s 1000 year reign. As it worked out the decision was made to destroy him and his Sunni aligned control of the nation. It was a bid to give complete control to the Shias and Muqtada al Sadr. It was hoped they would align themselves with the Iranian Theocracy, also created with the installation of Ruholah Khomeini. The loyalists are considered expendable, like everyone else.
It took three tries to get Hussein to fall. First they got a rogue zombie pilot to attack the USS Stark in an effort to stop US funding to Iraq during the Iran-Iraq war. Phil (calls himself Rommel but isn’t) got Saddam to invade Kuwait by convincing him the US wouldn’t do anything. George Sr was smart enough not to invade Iraq after expelling the Iraqi forces. After the 9/11 attacks, and George Jr being not so smart, Hussein’s rule was terminated by the same forces that put him in charge, albeit in a prior lifetime.
This is Saddam Hussein
On the left is the death chart Wilhelm Gustloff (30 January 1895 – 4 February 1936). Gustloff was the founder of the Swiss NSDAP/AO. The NSDAP was the Nazi Party of German citizens abroad. He spent much of his time as a bookseller distributing the “Protocols of the Wise Men of Zion” and other antisemitic literature. He was assassinated by a Croatian Jew, David Frankfurter, in 1936. The NAZI government named a cruise ship in Gustloff’s honor.
On the right is the birth chart of Saddam Hussein (28 April 1937 – 30 December 2006). Hussein was the Socialist, Ba’ath Party dictator of Iraq from about 1979 until the US invasion in 2003. Hussein involved Iraq in a war against Iran (Iran-Iraq War) and the Invasion of Kuwait, kicking off the First Gulf War. During his reign Iraqi security services are believed responsible for 250,000 deaths and disappearances. Most of these efforts were for the suppression of Shi’a and Kurdish members of Iraqi society. There is evidence the Iraqi forces used blister agent against the Kurds and Yazidis in a systematic effort of genocide. The US invasion of Iraq in 2003 ended Hussein’s rule. He was executed by hanging for crimes against humanity ( for the 1982 massacre of Shi’ites) in 2006.