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Iraq War: What Really Happened

Bestseller in the Iraq War Category by Charles Edmund Coyote will be available FREE from May 15 to May 19, 2013.


In view of the 10 year anniversary just past of the illegal invasion of Iraq, the recently published book ‘Iraq War 2003: What Really Happened Behind the Scenes’ by Charles Edmund Coyote - a best seller in the Iraq War category - will be available free in Amazon (both in UK and US) for a limited time.

The author says that his book is an attempt to understand what went wrong, with the hope that, as we continue facing similar challenges at home and abroad, we might learn not to tread the same paths.  Otherwise, as Winston Churchill already stated, ‘those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it’.  Are we going to repeat similar mistakes with other Middle Eastern countries?

With more than 600 citations, ranging from insider memoirs to the accounts of journalists, former government officials, policy wonks, military leaders, and news broadcasters, the ‘Iraq War 2003: What Really Happened Behind The Scenes’ develops a thorough analysis of the political forces that led the Bush administration attack Iraq.  It answers questions like:

**What military strategy did the U.S. pursue in Afghanistan that routed the Taliban and nearly annihilated Al-Qaeda within a few months after 9/11? What prevented our troops from administering a coup de grace?

**In his war with Iran, Saddam Hussein used weapons of mass destruction, including several poison gases. Where did Saddam get these WMDs? How were Donald Rumsfeld and GHW Bush involved?

**The war with Iran left Iraq with massive debts. What was Saddam’s solution to these debts? What did the U.S. ambassador to Iraq say to suggest our acquiescence?

**What are the fundamental beliefs of conservatism? How have the actions of neo-Conservatives revealed different beliefs, particularly in the areas of government debt, habeas corpus, and the moral basis of sound government? What is a noble lie?

**What is the Tolstoy Syndrome and do you think it affects George Bush?

**The creation of “political capital” enables a President to push through his full political agenda, according to George Bush. How does this concept of “political capital” apply to Iraq?

**What is the connection between al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein?**In the summer of 2001, what members of the government believed there was a very strong possibility that al-Qaeda was about to attack? How were their arguments received? The phrase “the system was blinking red” was used at this time. What does it mean?

**How did the Bush administration manipulate public perception and discourse after 9/11 so that it could argue it was trying to avoid war in Iraq?

**Were the French right during the lead-up to the invasion of Iraq? Here, address the evidence for WMDs and the idea that war is a solution.

**What effect did torture have on the war in Iraq? Did it aid recruitment by al-Qaeda? What percentage of American casualties in Iraq can be attributed to non-Iraqi fighters?

**What is asymmetrical warfare? Why is the U.S. vulnerable to this strategy?

When talking about why he believes this book is different, Charles Edmund Coyote says: “There are countless books out there on the Iraq War, but I wanted to blend together facts from the Iraq-Iran War, and WMDs, to 9/11 warnings and Osama bin Laden’s escape.”

The book ‘Iraq War 2003: What Really Happened Behind The Scenes’ by Charles Edmund Coyote  is now available in Kindle format.  For more information go to: (Kindle copies can be read through Amazon’s Cloud reader or by downloading an app to your computer, tablet or smart phone).


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