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Richard Behan

Richard W. Behan

Richard W. Behan lives and writes in Corvallis, Oregon. He is a retired professor of natural resource policy at the University of Montana. Since 2002 he contributed 60-some essays to various internet websites, critical of the Bush Administration's criminality. In 2016 his powerpoint presentation The Fraudulent War was featured in CodePink’s “People’s Tribunal on the Iraq War.” He is completing a book summarizing his work, entitled Fraud and Apocalypse: the Backstory of George Bush’s War on Terrorism. He welcomes comments and can be reached at richard.behan@icloud.com

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The Taliban Surrendered in 2001

But George Bush was fighting a war for oil and empire, and victory would pose a huge tactical difficulty: with no enemy to fight he would have to demobilize his forces in the Mideast and bring them home.

Richard W. Behan ·






George Bush's Land Mine:

If the Iraqi People Get Revenue Sharing, They Lose Their Oil to Exxon

Richard W. Behan ·



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