The horrifying and enlightening tale of Iraq's short history as a state designed by the British (Churchill among them). The British strategy was to tie three opposing peoples together under a leader from a fourth. The point? To ensure the "nation" would remain divided and powerless to oppose the exploitation of it's primary strategic natural resource (Oil).
Barry Lando takes us on a thrilling journey, from it's devious conception and throughout the following eighty years as slaughter, betrayal, and devastation are heaped upon the people of Iraq, it's leaders forced to kowtow to the whims of international realpolitik. When one begins to truly understand the context of the mess… Read more