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An injured boy receives treatment at a hospital after U.S. airstrikes in Fallujah, Iraq, early on Monday, Oct 4, 2004. In rebel-held Fallujah, American warplanes unleashed strikes on two houses early Monday, killing at least 11 people, including women and children, hospital officials said. The military, which regularly accuses hospitals of inflating casualty figures, said the strikes targeted followers of Jordanian terror mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and their associates.(AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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An unidentified mother waits by her daughter's bedside after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession at al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 30, 2004. At least 37 were killed, of which 34 are children and nearly 137 got wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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A relative looks at four children who died when the car they were travelling in allegedly came under fire from U.S. forces, whereby the driver lost control and the car fell into a stream near Fallujah, Iraq, Thursday Sept. 30, 2004. Eye witness, Hussein Alwan, said that the U.S. military personnel stopped locals from assisting the drowning people, leading to the death of the four children along with two other women travelling in the car. The wounded driver was later rescued. The U.S. military media liason personnel said in Baghdad that they were unaware of any such incident. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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Rabaa Abid Ibrahim comforts her daughter Samaya Abdu-Abbas at Yarmouk Hospital in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday, Nov. 15, 2004, after the girl was injured in an insurgent mortar strike in the Dora section of the city a short time earlier. Seven Iraqis were killed and seven wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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A father, left, reacts in anguish as his son is declared dead at Yarmouk hospital, after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession at al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 30, 2004. At least 37 were killed, of which 34 are children and nearly 137 wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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Two injured children are placed on the same bed due to paucity of available beds at Yarmouk hospital after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession at al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 30, 2004. At least 37 were killed, of which 34 are children and nearly 137 wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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Women mourn as a coffin carrying the body of a child is taken for burial in Baghdad, Iraq, Friday Oct. 1, 2004. A string of bombs killed 35 children and wounded scores of others as U.S. troops handed out candy Thursday at a government sponsored celebration to inaugurate a new sewage plant. (AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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A mother sits near her injured child at Yarmouk hospital after two car bombs and a roadside bomb went off in succession at al-Amel neighborhood of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 30, 2004. At least 46 were killed, of which 35 are children and 208 were wounded in the attack. (AP Photo/Samir Mizban)

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A local resident sits at the site of a house flattened in U.S. airstrikes in Fallujah Iraq, Thursday Sept. 30, 2004. At least four Iraqis were killed including two women and one child, and eight wounded, said Dr. Ahmed Khalil of the Fallujah General Hospital. U.S. military sources said that significant secondary explosions were heard hours after the strike on the suspected safe house used by allies of Jordanian terror mastermind Abu Musab al-zarqawi, indicating a large cache of illegal ordinance was stored in the safe house. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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The mother of Iraqi child Hosam Adnan waits near his bed after he was hospitalised with injuries sustained in an U.S. offensive in Sadr City, Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday Sept. 23, 2004. U.S. warplanes fired on insurgent targets in Sadr City overnight, killing at least one person and injuring 12, many of them children, hospital officials said Thursday. (AP Photo/Karim Kadim)

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A young girl receives treatment at a hospital, Friday Sept.17 2004, after sustaining injuries during U.S. airstrikes late Thursday night and early Friday morning in Fallujah, Iraq. Hospital officials say at least 30 people were killed and 40 wounded in U.S. strikes on Fallujah and nearby villages. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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A young girl receives treatment at a hospital, Friday Sept.17, 2004 after sustaining injuries during U.S. airstrikes late Thursday night and early Friday morning in Fallujah, Iraq. Hospital officials say at least 30 people were killed and 40 wounded in U.S. strikes on Fallujah and nearby villages. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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His shirtsleeves soaked in blood from carrying his injured child, a man waits for word on the fate of his child, brought to the hospital Friday Sept.17 2004, after sustaining injuries during U.S. airstrikes late Thursday night and early Friday morning in Fallujah, Iraq. Hospital officials say at least 30 people were killed and 40 wounded in U.S. strikes on Fallujah and nearby villages. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein)

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A frightened Iraq girl cries holding her younger sibling as U.S. soldiers kick down a door and enter a house as they carry out house to house searches near Martyrs' Square in Baghdad, Iraq Wednesday July 7, 2004. At least four people were killed and 20 others injured in running gun battles between U.S.-backed Iraqi National Guards and masked insurgents. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

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An injured young girl lies in a hospital in Fallujah, Iraq, Saturday Aug. 28, 2004 after U.S. warplanes launched a wave of airstrikes Friday on Fallujah killing two civilians and wounding 11 others, hospital officials said. (AP Photo/Abdul Kadir Sadi)

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An unidentified young boy recuperates in hospital after being injured in an air raid in Fallujah, Iraq, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2004. American warplanes fired missiles on a building used by an al-Qaida-linked militant group in the rebel stronghold of Fallujah early Thursday, the U.S. military said.The military said intelligence showed that three associates of Jordanian-born militant Abu Musab al-Zarqawi were in the area when jets unleashed a precision strike. Dr. Ahmad Thair of the Fallujah General Hospital said five people were killed, including two women and a child, and nine others injured in the strike. The U.S. military had no information about casualties. (AP Photo / Abdul Khader Sadi)

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Iraqi girl Kholood, 2, sits on a bed in the hospital in Ramadi, 110 km west of Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday May 23, 2004. Kholood was injured by shrapnel into her back when U.S. helicopters fired on a wedding party in the remote desert near the border with Syria, killing more than 40 people, Wednesday May 19. Kholood lost her parents and four of her brothers and sisters during the attack. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

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Eight-year old Kuyan Adeel sits in a car after a roadside bomb killed one man and injured her and two other children in Kirkuk, Iraq, Sunday, Aug. 8, 2004. The children were playing nearby when the bomb exploded. (AP Photo/Yahya Ahmed)

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Other Pages: US Care in Iraq 0 - US Childcare Iraq 1 - US Childcare Iraq 2 - US Childcare Iraq 3 - US Childcare Iraq 4

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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