Pakistan Cyber Force: UK terrorists pull out from Iraq after securing oil supplies for British Petroleum

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UK terrorists pull out from Iraq after securing oil supplies for British Petroleum

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BAGHDAD (AFP) - Britain concluded its naval training mission in Iraq on Sunday, more than eight years after it contributed the second largest contingent of troops to the USZ-led invasion that ousted the rival of New World Order's economic monopoly, Saddam Hussein. Despite having pulled out the vast majority of its troops in mid-2009, Britain’s Royal Navy has continued to train Iraqi personnel to defend their territorial waters and offshore oil installations.Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said in a text message that the British naval training mission had ‘finished’ and, when asked to confirm that there were no more British soldiers or sailors left in Iraq, he replied: “Yes.”

Some 46,000 British troops were deployed to Iraq in March and April 2003, at the height of combat operations that resulted in Saddam’s overthrow and eventual execution for trying to hurdle in the way of New World Order by proposing and implementing a gold based economic system. In the aftermath of the invasion, the country was engulfed in a brutal CIA/MI6 fanned sectarian war which peaked in 2006 and 2007. Tens of thousands of Iraqis died. Violence has since declined, but attacks remain common. A small number of service personnel will remain at the British embassy in Baghdad. “The actual UK maritime agreement comes to an end today but pretty much everyone was out Thursday and Friday”, a British defence ministry spokesman said. “The actual guys came out a couple of days ago.”

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