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An Iraqi boy receives stitches for a face wound he received in an explosion at a mosque, Friday Aug. 12, 2005, in Al-Nasaf, 25 kms. (15 miles) east of Ramadi, central Iraq. Locals claim that during Friday prayers an artillery shell was fired into the Ibn Al-Jawzi Mosque killing 4 and injuring at least 19, of which 3 dead were children. Iraqis blamed U.S. forces, but an American military spokesman disputed the Iraqi account. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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An Iraqi boy receives treatment for head wounds he received in an explosion at a mosque, Friday Aug. 12, 2005, in Al-Nasaf, 25 kms. (15 miles) east of Ramadi, central Iraq. Locals claim that during Friday prayers an artillery shell was fired into the Ibn Al-Jawzi Mosque killing 4 and injuring at least 19, of which 3 dead were children. Iraqis blamed U.S. forces, but an American military spokesman disputed the Iraqi account. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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A man carries a young boy from the Kindi hospital after treatment for wounds sustained in one of the three massive car bomb attacks, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Two car bombs exploded Wednesday morning at the al-Nahda bus station and one in front of neighboring Kindi hospital that was receiving injured people, killing over 40 and injuring over 80. (AP Photo/Mohammed Hato)

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Iraqi father Toi'ma Gizar grieves behind a photo of his son Mohammed Toi'ma Gizar, 9, who died in a car bomb attack last week during a commemoration luncheon with Iraq's Prime Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and other government officials, Friday, July 22, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. The luncheon and talks were offered as emotional support to the families of 18 children who were killed when a car bomb exploded next to them as they were receiving candy from U.S. troops in a Shiite Muslim neighborhood of Baghdad. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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A mother holds the earth Wednesday, July 20, 2005 at the site where her child and 17 others were killed last week in Baghdad, Iraq. Last Wednesday a suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers. Wednesday the Iraqi government called for a nationwide three-minute moment of silence in memory of the victims. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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A young girl holds photographs of two children who were killed with 16 others last week, at a makeshift memorial built at the site of the attack, Wednesday, July 20, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Last Wednesday a suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers. Wednesday the Iraqi government called for a nationwide three-minute moment of silence in memory of the victims. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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A mother cries at the site where 18 children were killed last week, Wednesday, July 20, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Last Wednesday a suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers. Wednesday the Iraqi government called for a nationwide three-minute moment of silence in memory of the victims. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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A mother holds photographs of her two slain children at the site where they and 16 others were killed last week, Wednesday, July 20, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Last Wednesday a suicide car bomb exploded next to U.S. troops handing out candy and toys, killing 18 children and teenagers. Wednesday the Iraqi government called for a nationwide three-minute moment of silence in memory of the victims. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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Three month old Iraqi girl Mariam Ghassan receives emergency care at the Yarmouk hospital for a head wound from one of three bomb attacks Sunday, July 17, 2005, in Baghdad, Iraq. Three bomb attacks rattled the city before noon following a massive explosion caused by a suicide bomber late Saturday night in Mussayib, Iraq killing at least 60 people. (AP Photo/Mohammed Uraibi)

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The family of a child, who relatives would only identify as a 9-year-old boy named Ahmed, wail over his coffin during his funeral at their home near the scene of suicide car bomb attack which killed him in Baghdad, Iraq Wednesday, July 13, 2005. A suicide car bomber sped to American soldiers as they distributed candy to children and detonated his vehicle Wednesday, killing up to 27 other people, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. One U.S. soldier and about a dozen children were among the dead. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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An injured Iraqi boy stands at the scene of a suicide car bomb attack in Baghdad, Iraq Wednesday, July 13, 2005. A suicide car bomber sped to American soldiers as they distributed candy to children and detonated his vehicle Wednesday, killing up to 27 other people, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. One U.S. soldier and about a dozen children were among the dead. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)

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Injured by flying glass in a suicide bomb attack, 4-day-old Iraq baby Miriam Jabber is held by her mother and shielded from the sun by another relative as they arrive at a Baghdad, Iraq hospital Wednesday, July 13, 2005. A suicide car bomber sped to American soldiers as they distributed candy to children and detonated his vehicle Wednesday, killing up to 27 other people, U.S. and Iraqi officials said. One U.S. soldier and about a dozen children were among the dead. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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An Iraqi boy walks over the damage to a destroyed house after a mortar attack in Baghdad, Iraq Sunday, June 26, 2005. A mortar round exploded in eastern Baghdad's Baladiyat neighborhood, killing one woman and two of her children and injuring another child. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

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A man holds a bag of blood over a wounded Iraqi child at the Samarra hospital after a car bomb attack in Samarra, Iraq Saturday June 25, 2005. A suicide bomber, accompanied by another five cars loaded with heavily-armed insurgents, slammed into a wall outside the home of Lt. Muthana al-Shaker, a member of an Iraqi special forces unit. At least nine people were reported killed in the attack. (AP Photo/Hameed Rasheed)

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Other Pages: US Care in Iraq 0 - US Childcare Iraq 1 - US Childcare Iraq 2 - US Childcare Iraq 3US Childcare Iraq 5

When Saddam Hussein stopped selling his oil in US dollars - the owners of the Federal Reserve Bank lost out of billions of dollars that would be handed to them on each sale as the buyers were forced to first buy dollars from the bankers before they could buy the oil.  Insiders tell us the fed has sold as much or more than $600 Trillion which they have exchanged for real assets and now own the world. For a century the owners of the Federal Reserve Bank have taken the world into war after war and depression after depression, they are the destroyers of civilization.  It is time to rise up and hold them accountable - war along with their a fiat-currency must be eliminated forever.

The Founder of Liberty For Life developed a non-fiat based banking system and infrastructure that can replace these criminal banks like the Federal Reserve Bank, IMF, World Bank, IBC etc. (www.infotelesys.com - read up on the bank at http://www.libertyforlife.com/~clive/coppercards/services/coppercards_bank.htm; http://www.libertyforlife.com/~clive/coppercards/news/coppercards_announces_bank_of_future.htm; http://www.libertyforlife.com/~clive/coppercards/presentations/coppercardsbank/index.htm )

Is this why the government in the US has on multiple times attempted to assassinate Clive and now seek to lock him up for life? 22nd March Government intends to blackmail LFL Founder Clive to up to nine years in prison for crimes they committed against Clive and his children

Everywhere, citizens are obliged to defend themselves against that world minority of revolutionaries.  People must rise up and exterminate these destroyers of civilization.  Never again must a holocaust like this be allowed to take place.

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