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Following diablo's link to the US National Debt at zFacts.com I cane across a cool article on the history of the prelude to the Iraq Invasion... starting from 1996.

Even though the Mainstream media chose to ignore it, it's no secret that Israel and Oil are the chief reasons for invading Iraq, and that Ahmed ChalabiWiki was largely responsible for fabricating the WMD lies that were propagated through US and UK politics in order to garner political leverage.

This article explains how the Neocon-Israel team through the Non Governmental Organisations ( NGOs )...

PNAC: Project for a new American Century,
JINSA: Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs ( that's US national security affairs btw, not Israel's)
IASPS: Institute for Advanced Strategic & Political Studies (A Jerusalem-based think tank with an office in Washington, D.C.)

... worked to build the foundations for invading Iraq.

ARTICLE: http://zfacts.com/p/775.html - with many subpages of info.

Some stuff from the Article ( which itself has cool pop up notes )

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A Short History of the Neocons' Push for War. Click Years for Details.

1996. Report: why removing Saddam is crucial to Israel.
Written by Feith, Wurmser and Fairbanks.
Delivered in person by Perle to the Israeli Prime Minister.

1997. PNAC's founding "principles" signed by necons:
Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Libby, Abrams.

1998. PNAC letter to Clinton: removal of Saddam ... military efforts
signed by: Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Perle, Bolton, Abrams
Bombing Iraq Isn't Enough (NY Times) / A way to Oust Saddam ("the Wolfowitz plan ... US military might") —PNAC

1999. The Neocons' book on US/Israeli strategic interest in Iraq
"Iraq also has large, proven oil reserves, water, ..." —Wurmser
PNAC Memo: "Above all, only ground forces can remove Saddam."

"Iraq's strategic importance to the US derives from a source beyond the pernicious, extortionist character of Saddam's regime. Iraq occupies some of the most strategically blessed and resource-laden territory of the middle east. ... Iraq also has large, proven oil reserves, water, ..." [Note that lack of water is a long-standing Israeli problem.]


2000. Talk of war with Iraq was discontinued during the election.

2001. War planning by neocons' PNAC.
Liberate Iraq—PNAC "At minimum, 50,000 troops." "Thousands of Iraqi soldiers would likely change sides and fight." "Chalabi may be ideal man to lead the opposition. He is rich and upper class."
September 11, 2001

2001. War selling by neocons' PNAC
Sept. 11. Rumsfeld: "Go massive. Sweep it all up. Related and Not."
Sept. 15. At Camp David, Wolfowitz made the case for action against Iraq.
Sept. 19. Rumsfeld, Perle call two-day meeting. Outcome summarized in The PNAC Letter, signed by Perle. "Even if evidence does not link Iraq ... remove Saddam Hussein." Focuses on Iraq, Hezbollah, the Palesinian Authority, little on Bin Laden.

All that remained was to convince Bush, and they had him surrounded.

The man who did most to convince Bush and America, a long-time favorite of necons, was not even an American. Chalabi sold us the Iraq WMD hoax. The WMD Report to the President concluded that all of Iraq's WMD were destroyed by 1991. Returning to Iraq, Chalabi, a Shiite, passed to the Iranians the most damaging top secret information—that we had broken their code.




Of course we can collate all the info and summarise the fabrications and media manipulations that allowed the fraudulent invasion and murder of Iraq and it's people.

But what kind of fraudulence/fabrication is being carried out now???

Iran is next on the list.

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Another Interesting Article ( 4 pages, and too long to copy. )

The Men From JINSA and CSP

http://www.thenation.com/doc/20020902/vest

Excerpt:

"Until the beginning of the current Bush Administration, JINSA's board of advisers included such heavy hitters as Dick Cheney, John Bolton (now Under Secretary of State for Arms Control) and Douglas Feith, the third-highest-ranking executive in the Pentagon. Both Perle and former Director of Central Intelligence James Woolsey, two of the loudest voices in the attack-Iraq chorus, are still on the board, as are such Reagan-era relics as Jeane Kirkpatrick, Eugene Rostow and Ledeen--Oliver North's Iran/contra liaison with the Israelis. "

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I have no doubt whatsoever that oil has been the main motivation in the so called war on terror in Iraq.
Mugabe is one of he world's worst tyrants at the moment, and he makes Saddam Hussein look like a saint in comparison, but has anyone noticed that there has been no invasion of Zimbabwe, even though white farmers have been evicted from their farms and in many cases murdered by rampaging Mugabe supporters.

Why hasn't he been strung up?

Answer : No Oil :D



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Brad wrote:
smeggypants wrote:Bumpety bump :)


I have no doubt whatsoever that oil has been the main motivation in the so called war on terror in Iraq.
Mugabe is one of he world's worst tyrants at the moment, and he makes Saddam Hussein look like a saint in comparison, but has anyone noticed that there has been no invasion of Zimbabwe, even though white farmers have been evicted from their farms and in many cases murdered by rampaging Mugabe supporters.

Why hasn't he been strung up?

Answer : No Oil :D


Atrocious double standards in the world. here's another one ...

Israel is also worse than Saddam. It has persecuted the Palestinians for 60 YEARS. Yes, 60 Years!!! It implements a system of apartheid in the West Bank where their are miles of 30 foot high concrete walls and over 700 checkpoints that make life hell for the palsetinians. ghettoizes the Gazans and every now and again slaughters them. Israel has also bombed the crap out of Lebanon TWICE now and during the 2nd time in 2006 bombed a Palestinian Refugee camp and slaughtered 100s of innocent Palestinians. When Israel was created around 750,000 Palestinians were evicted and their homes bulldozed. In israel itself palestinians are 2nd class systems.

Israel is a terrorist, racist, rogue state. Why isn't it been invaded and had a regime change?


btw - Oil was only one reason Iraq was invaded. The main reason was part of the Zionist Agenda to weaken the Islamic opposition to Israel. Also Water was as much a reason as Oil. Israel was short of Water. Iraq has loads of water. this something the Mainstream Media™ not surprisingly always fails to mention.

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smeggypants wrote:
Brad wrote:
smeggypants wrote:Bumpety bump :)


I have no doubt whatsoever that oil has been the main motivation in the so called war on terror in Iraq.
Mugabe is one of he world's worst tyrants at the moment, and he makes Saddam Hussein look like a saint in comparison, but has anyone noticed that there has been no invasion of Zimbabwe, even though white farmers have been evicted from their farms and in many cases murdered by rampaging Mugabe supporters.

Why hasn't he been strung up?

Answer : No Oil :D


Atrocious double standards in the world. here's another one ...

Israel is also worse than Saddam. It has persecuted the Palestinians for 60 YEARS. Yes, 60 Years!!! It implements a system of apartheid in the West Bank where their are miles of 30 foot high concrete walls and over 700 checkpoints that make life hell for the palsetinians. ghettoizes the Gazans and every now and again slaughters them. Israel has also bombed the crap out of Lebanon TWICE now and during the 2nd time in 2006 bombed a Palestinian Refugee camp and slaughtered 100s of innocent Palestinians. When Israel was created around 750,000 Palestinians were evicted and their homes bulldozed. In israel itself palestinians are 2nd class systems.

Israel is a terrorist, racist, rogue state. Why isn't it been invaded and had a regime change?


btw - Oil was only one reason Iraq was invaded. The main reason was part of the Zionist Agenda to weaken the Islamic opposition to Israel. Also Water was as much a reason as Oil. Israel was short of Water. Iraq has loads of water. this something the Mainstream Media™ not surprisingly always fails to mention.


I don't know where you get your info from Smeggy, both Syria and Iraq have a shortage of water because Turkey is restricting the flow of the Euphrates river by building a few dams. :eek4:

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The Dynamo wrote:
smeggypants wrote:
Brad wrote:
smeggypants wrote:Bumpety bump :)


I have no doubt whatsoever that oil has been the main motivation in the so called war on terror in Iraq.
Mugabe is one of he world's worst tyrants at the moment, and he makes Saddam Hussein look like a saint in comparison, but has anyone noticed that there has been no invasion of Zimbabwe, even though white farmers have been evicted from their farms and in many cases murdered by rampaging Mugabe supporters.

Why hasn't he been strung up?

Answer : No Oil :D


Atrocious double standards in the world. here's another one ...

Israel is also worse than Saddam. It has persecuted the Palestinians for 60 YEARS. Yes, 60 Years!!! It implements a system of apartheid in the West Bank where their are miles of 30 foot high concrete walls and over 700 checkpoints that make life hell for the palsetinians. ghettoizes the Gazans and every now and again slaughters them. Israel has also bombed the crap out of Lebanon TWICE now and during the 2nd time in 2006 bombed a Palestinian Refugee camp and slaughtered 100s of innocent Palestinians. When Israel was created around 750,000 Palestinians were evicted and their homes bulldozed. In israel itself palestinians are 2nd class systems.

Israel is a terrorist, racist, rogue state. Why isn't it been invaded and had a regime change?


btw - Oil was only one reason Iraq was invaded. The main reason was part of the Zionist Agenda to weaken the Islamic opposition to Israel. Also Water was as much a reason as Oil. Israel was short of Water. Iraq has loads of water. this something the Mainstream Media™ not surprisingly always fails to mention.


I don't know where you get your info from Smeggy, both Syria and Iraq have a shortage of water because Turkey is restricting the flow of the Euphrates river by building a few dams. :eek4:


I've read about it a number source over the last few years.

here's one ...

http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/temp ... p?CID=1660

By the standards of the Middle East, Turkey, with 1,850 cubic meters of water per person, is not a water-poor country. In the region, only Iraq has more, with 2,150 cubic meters per person. By contrast, Israel has about 325 cubic meters per person, and the United States has about 9,000 cubic meters per person.

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smeggypants wrote:
The Dynamo wrote:
smeggypants wrote:
Brad wrote:
smeggypants wrote:Bumpety bump :)


I have no doubt whatsoever that oil has been the main motivation in the so called war on terror in Iraq.
Mugabe is one of he world's worst tyrants at the moment, and he makes Saddam Hussein look like a saint in comparison, but has anyone noticed that there has been no invasion of Zimbabwe, even though white farmers have been evicted from their farms and in many cases murdered by rampaging Mugabe supporters.

Why hasn't he been strung up?

Answer : No Oil :D


Atrocious double standards in the world. here's another one ...

Israel is also worse than Saddam. It has persecuted the Palestinians for 60 YEARS. Yes, 60 Years!!! It implements a system of apartheid in the West Bank where their are miles of 30 foot high concrete walls and over 700 checkpoints that make life hell for the palsetinians. ghettoizes the Gazans and every now and again slaughters them. Israel has also bombed the crap out of Lebanon TWICE now and during the 2nd time in 2006 bombed a Palestinian Refugee camp and slaughtered 100s of innocent Palestinians. When Israel was created around 750,000 Palestinians were evicted and their homes bulldozed. In israel itself palestinians are 2nd class systems.

Israel is a terrorist, racist, rogue state. Why isn't it been invaded and had a regime change?


btw - Oil was only one reason Iraq was invaded. The main reason was part of the Zionist Agenda to weaken the Islamic opposition to Israel. Also Water was as much a reason as Oil. Israel was short of Water. Iraq has loads of water. this something the Mainstream Media™ not surprisingly always fails to mention.


I don't know where you get your info from Smeggy, both Syria and Iraq have a shortage of water because Turkey is restricting the flow of the Euphrates river by building a few dams. :eek4:


I've read about it a number source over the last few years.

here's one ...

http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/temp ... p?CID=1660

By the standards of the Middle East, Turkey, with 1,850 cubic meters of water per person, is not a water-poor country. In the region, only Iraq has more, with 2,150 cubic meters per person. By contrast, Israel has about 325 cubic meters per person, and the United States has about 9,000 cubic meters per person.


This is what I checked out.......

Currently, Syria and Iraq are complaining about the Turkish development projects, which they believe will reduce the flow of the Euphrates river to Syria and Iraq by 40 per cent and 90 per cent respectively

http://american.edu/TED/ice/tigris.htm

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Dick Cheney, John Bolton (who's now the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control), Richard Perle, and former Director of the CIA James Woolsey (the latter two being the biggest mouths in the "let's attack Iraq" bastards campaign), have all joined the Obama Administation, as did Jeane Kirkpatrick, Eugene Rostow and Oliver North. In fact Obama has basically retained all the head honchos of Bush’s war machine.

So what HAS changed with the new Obama Presidential Administration? The answer - ZILCH!

Right now we've got administration officials leaking about documents relating to putting pressure on Russia when the real target is Iran (as recommended in the AEI {American Enterprise Institute} study), we've got Israeli officials demanding that the U.S. should concern itself with threatening independent action in the Middle East (as recommended in the AEI study), and we've got Israeli officials demanding various other points that are also take right out of the recommendations of the AEI study. The Project for the New American Century (PNAC), along with various neocon members from the AEI, have also recently published lots more letters and recommendations that urge an attack on Iran (with the hidden reason of benefiting Israel).

And now there's another think tank that's published a new study that's basically been written by the same neocon AEI members, and that's urging an attack on Iran as well, again for the eventual benefit of the US/Israel.

The oil-hungry-war-mongering-prick Dennis Ross was a significant signer of the various PNAC papers, as well as the more recent Iranian study, and he's also joined the Obama administration, in a similar capacity!!

Basically, if you want to understand the full agenda of the Obama administration’s policies regarding Iran, just read these, and the earlier Iraqi neocon and AEI studies, because their recommendations are now in the process of being implemented by the Obama administration (under the long-term influence of Wolfowitz/Dennis Ross).

AEI: http://www.aei.org/about/contentID.2005 ... efault.asp

In other words, the PNAC and the AEI are completely undeterred by any changing political "Administrations" and just keep pressing on relentlessly with their Middle East Agenda - i.e. war, profit, power and dominance.


A study, coauthored by Ross, was aimed at assessing potential vulnerabilities outside of Europe. Under Wolfowitz’s direction, it became the Pentagon’s “first extensive examination of the need for the United States to defend the Persian Gulf.” It stated, “We and our major industrialized allies have a vital and growing stake in the Persian Gulf Region because of our need for Persian Gulf oil and because events in the Persian Gulf affect the Arab-Israeli conflict.”

Quoted directly from the Dennis Ross Profile below.

Dennis Ross Profile:

http://www.rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/4786.html

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/feedarticle/8401659

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* Oil deals in disputed territories criticised
* Oil from DNO fields to be exported soon
* Baghdad's licensing round seen failing

By Tom Bergin

LONDON, March 13 2009 - The oil minister of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region warned foreign oil companies against signing deals with Baghdad on fields in territory the Kurds claim.
Ashti Hawrami also said Kurdistan would start exporting oil in the coming months.
Baghdad has invited international oil companies to bid for contracts on fields, including some near the city of Kirkuk in northern Iraq, which the Kurds hope to incorporate into their autonomous area but which is currently administered by Baghdad.
Hawrami told Reuters in an interview Baghdad's failure to consult with the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) on its licensing round meant any contracts on fields in disputed territories would be unenforceable.
"Oil companies must be crazy if they think they can go sign a contract with the ministry of oil and just get on and do the job. They can't, they need our co-operation," he said.
Western oil majors including Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp and BP Plc are currently assessing the fields on offer with a view to making bids in the licensing round.
Baghdad and the KRG have been haggling for years over a new oil law that would govern revenue sharing.
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Despite this, Hawrami expects the Kurdish region to start exporting oil via Iraq's pipeline network in the coming months.
Norway's DNO International is in the final stages of connecting its Tawke field to the network but investors fear the disagreements with Baghdad could delay exports indefinitely. "We don't expect any real problem there despite our differences with Baghdad," he said of DNO. "From our point of view oil will flow the day it (the pipeline) is ready."
This can happen even without agreement between the two sides on an over-arching oil law. "We should not mix the two things," he said.
Hawrami said revenue from any sales of Kurdish oil would go to the finance ministry which should then pay DNO its share. The KRG is seeking no part of the revenue until an oil law is agreed, he said.
DNO's shares rose 1.5 percent after Hawrami's comments, adding to earlier gains to trade up 5.8 percent at 4.72 crowns at 1340 GMT, outperforming a 2.4 percent rise in the DJ Stoxx European oil and gas sector index.
Hawrami also predicted the Baghdad government's current oil licensing round would be a failure.
"There is no model contract acceptable to the international oil companies," he said. "Number two, the Ministry of Oil has no legal authority to sign contracts".
The oil ministry hopes to award contracts in June, although most industry executives and analysts expect the timetable to slip a few months at least.
"If you're telling me that by August they will be signing contracts - August which year?" Hawrami said.
Addax Petroleum is also in the advanced stages of readying its fields for potential export of crude. (Reporting by Tom Bergin, editing by Anthony Barker and Sue Thomas)

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ghostgirl wrote:Dick Cheney, John Bolton (who's now the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control), Richard Perle, and former Director of the CIA James Woolsey (the latter two being the biggest mouths in the "let's attack Iraq" bastards campaign), have all joined the Obama Administation, as did Jeane Kirkpatrick, Eugene Rostow and Oliver North. In fact Obama has basically retained all the head honchos of Bush’s war machine.

So what HAS changed with the new Obama Presidential Administration? The answer - ZILCH!



John Bolton is a vile creature who has been discredited and made himself look completely foolish everytime he's appeared in the UK media.

He's not currently the Under Secretary of State for Arms Control though. He was from 2001 -> 2005

I can find no mention of Cheney and Perle joining the Obama administration. What position have they joined as?

Likewise I can find nothing about James Woolsey joining the Obama administration,

Jeane Kirkpatrick died in 2006 so is unlikely to be involved with the Obama administration.
Eugene Rostow died in 2002 so is also unlikely to be involved with the Obama administration.

Oliver North currently works for Fox news. I can find no mention of him having joined the Obama administrion

Right now we've got administration officials leaking about documents relating to putting pressure on Russia when the real target is Iran (as recommended in the AEI {American Enterprise Institute} study), we've got Israeli officials demanding that the U.S. should concern itself with threatening independent action in the Middle East (as recommended in the AEI study), and we've got Israeli officials demanding various other points that are also take right out of the recommendations of the AEI study. The Project for the New American Century (PNAC), along with various neocon members from the AEI, have also recently published lots more letters and recommendations that urge an attack on Iran (with the hidden reason of benefiting Israel).

And now there's another think tank that's published a new study that's basically been written by the same neocon AEI members, and that's urging an attack on Iran as well, again for the eventual benefit of the US/Israel.

The oil-hungry-war-mongering-prick Dennis Ross was a significant signer of the various PNAC papers, as well as the more recent Iranian study, and he's also joined the Obama administration, in a similar capacity!!

Basically, if you want to understand the full agenda of the Obama administration’s policies regarding Iran, just read these, and the earlier Iraqi neocon and AEI studies, because their recommendations are now in the process of being implemented by the Obama administration (under the long-term influence of Wolfowitz/Dennis Ross).

AEI: http://www.aei.org/about/contentID.2005 ... efault.asp

In other words, the PNAC and the AEI are completely undeterred by any changing political "Administrations" and just keep pressing on relentlessly with their Middle East Agenda - i.e. war, profit, power and dominance.


A study, coauthored by Ross, was aimed at assessing potential vulnerabilities outside of Europe. Under Wolfowitz’s direction, it became the Pentagon’s “first extensive examination of the need for the United States to defend the Persian Gulf.” It stated, “We and our major industrialized allies have a vital and growing stake in the Persian Gulf Region because of our need for Persian Gulf oil and because events in the Persian Gulf affect the Arab-Israeli conflict.”

Quoted directly from the Dennis Ross Profile below.

Dennis Ross Profile:

http://www.rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/4786.html


It's not only PNAC and the AEI. There's a whole multitude of these NGOs (Non governemntal Organisations ) which are basically where government policy can be decided with having to be under the regulations of government.

There's:


JINSA ( Jewish Institute for National Security AffairsWiki )
The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit neoconservative think-tank focusing on issues of United States national security. Why does the USA need a Jewish Based national Security Affairs organisation? oooo lemme guess.

Saban Center for Middle East PolicyWiki
Saban Center for Middle East Policy is a center within the Brookings Institution focused on the United States' involvement in the Middle East. The center is named for Haim Saban, an Israeli-American media proprietor


Committee for Peace and Security in the GulfWiki
In February 1998, the CPSG asked Clinton "to go beyond a military strike on Iraq and to help overthrow Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and replace his regime with a provisional government. All the usual neocon suspects are members.

Washington Institute for Near East PolicyWiki
A Washington, DC-based think tank which concerns itself with U.S.-Middle East policy. It was founded in 1985 by Martin Indyk, a research director for AIPAC who would later be appointed U.S. Ambassador to Israel. The usual necon suspect are members and it's basically a Zionist neocon NGO - Say no more

Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political StudiesWiki
The Institute for Advanced Strategic and Political Studies (IASPS) is a Israel-based think tank with an affiliated office in Washington, D.C. n the US, IASPS has connections with the neoconservative movement in American politics.

Middle East Policy CouncilWiki
The Middle East Policy Council or MEPC is a Washington DC based 501(c)3 non-profit organization that deals with issues concerning the Middle East

American Foreign Policy CouncilWiki
The American Foreign Policy Council (AFPC) is a conservative, non-profit U.S. foreign policy thinktank operating in Washington, D.C

Foundation for Defense of DemocraciesWiki
The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) is a policy institute based in Washington, D.C.. FDD was founded two days after the September 11, 2001 attacks to engage in the worldwide war of ideas and to support the defense of democratic societies under assault by terrorism and militant Islamism.

Committee on the Present DangerWiki
The Committee on the Present Danger (CPD) is a neoconservative American foreign policy interest group. Its current stated single goal is "to stiffen American resolve to confront the challenge presented by terrorism and the ideologies that drive it

Center for a New American SecurityWiki
The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) is a Washington, D.C.-based think tank established in 2007 by co-founders Michèle Flournoy and Kurt M. Campbell. It specializes in U.S. national security issues. More Zionist nonsense.

Project for the New American CenturyWiki
Speaks for itself

Hudson InstituteWiki
The Hudson Institute is an American, non-profit, neoconservative think tank founded in 1961, in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, by futurist, military strategist, and systems theorist Herman Kahn and his colleagues at the RAND Corporation. More zionist nonsense

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Plenty more o them here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Conservative_think_tanks_based_in_the_United_States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Foreign_policy_and_strategy_think_tanks_in_the_United_States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Neoconservative_think_tanks
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Political_and_economic_think_tanks
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Conservative_organizations_in_the_United_States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Foreign_policy_political_advocacy_groups_in_the_United_States
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Jewish_political_organizations

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