Follow Duffel Blog: As President Obama prepares to send “military advisors” to help Iraq fight Sunni militants, he continues to insist there is “no military solution.” However, he also affirms the US is prepared for “targeted and precise military action.” How can our political leaders say two seemingly opposed statements in the same breath? How can we take precise military action without a military presence? Didn’t we used to have “allies” in the Middle East? Why is American foreign policy so schizophrenic? The answer is easy. The entire Iraq war never actually happened. Research into the inconsistent policies and paradoxical reporting during the past twelve years point to an ongoing conspiracy surrounding this so called “conflict.” Consider the totality of evidence surrounding the Global War On Terror and you’ll find the highest probability our hypothesis is preferable to actual science and fashionable logic. Here are the top 10 reasons supporting the conclusion the Iraq War was staged and an absolute hoax: 1. Studies have shown the majority of Americans can’t even identify Iraq on a map. This supports the conclusion this supposed dictatorship never existed in the first place. Much like Narnia and Wonderland, this fictional dictatorship can only be found after aimless tumbling through rabbit holes and magical wardrobes. If you believe in fairies, you’ll find Baghdad just north of “Here be dragons.” Good luck. 2. Historical research suggests there was decades of planning and foreknowledge of the event known as the “War In Iraq.” Documents dating back to the 1960’s detail military training operations against insurgent enemies armed with Russian style weapons including AKs and RPGs. The United States has had a long tradition of having a contingent imaginary war on hand in case one was needed. 3. Iraqi tactical planning was unorthodox and didn’t follow any known military doctrine. Many of our researchers put the full weight of their Masters Degrees in Fine Arts to unravel this enigmatic strategy and could not come to any logical conclusion. 4. In March and April of 2003 Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf, the supposed Iraq Information Minister, daily refuted reports that American forces had successfully breached Iraqi defenses. Not once did his office or staff provide any evidence of an American presence in Bagdad. This supports the assumption there never was an actual invasion. 5. Every photo of caskets supposedly containing the remains of fallen American soldiers only ever show the lids firmly closed and draped in a flag. For all we know the military propaganda machine produced pictures of empty caskets in an effort to generate support for the troops. Would these soldiers be smiling if there was a real person in there? 6. In 2004 Michael Moore debuted his “documentary” film Fahrenheit 9/11 at the Cannes Film Festival. In it Moore supposedly takes a critical look at the War on Terror and the invasion of Iraq. Our research suggests there were ulterior motives for producing this film. Who stands to gain by creating a documentary about a fictional conflict? Follow the money. Michael Moore made a documentary. He made money from it. We smell a cover-up. 7. Detailed examination of photographs and film of the early invasion show many American soldiers dressed in a woodland camouflage pattern uniform. Who invades a desert nation in woodland camouflage? We call bullshit. Green uniforms? Is this a desert in Iraq or a Hollywood set? 8. The President of the United States recently authorized the deployment of 300 military advisers to help the embattled Iraqi government against ISIS insurgents. If American armed forces had actually occupied Iraq for the past 11 years don’t you think we would have been training government forces the entire time? These supposed “Iraqi” troops are really just crisis actors. 9. America supposedly invaded Iraq under the pretense there were numerous caches of chemical munitions and continued to maintain facilities in support of their chemical weapons program. Later this was shown to be a false assertion. Recently it was reported ISIS fighters captured Iraqi chem weapons manufacturing plants. Which is it? 10. We are being led to believe ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria are fighting for an unrecognized state devoted to the worship of a mythical Egyptian super hero goddess of some kind. Supposedly, their harsh interpretation of nature and fertility magic is expressed in brutal violence and car jacking of HMMWVs. This is just one of many examples of fabrications designed to hoodwink the American public into believing there was a conflict in an imaginary land. Don't miss the next story.Get the latest news and alerts from Duffel Blog delivered to your inbox—free. Short URL: http://duffelblog.com/cjVn4 Seth Hocking says: July 22, 2014 at 9:14 PM Secrets out guys. It was all an act. Anthony Scott Bange says: June 28, 2014 at 10:58 PM Mind blowing! If I’d known my cousin was kicking it in Hollywood, instead of in a desert land of mystery and magic, I wouldn’t have missed her so much. Matthew Marshall says: June 28, 2014 at 9:43 AM It was just a way to revive country music with all the patriot songs. A bunch of record execs needed a new gimmick. Robert Moreno says: June 28, 2014 at 8:28 AM #5 distasteful for even showing a sight. flag over casket sacred. there is no reason not even sarcastic humor Scott Fadner says: June 28, 2014 at 7:58 AM Someone doesn’t get it…. every… single… time. Virgil Horsley says: June 28, 2014 at 7:13 AM Hard hitting investigative reporting by DB . Well done I see a Pulitzer in your future Shannan Bryan says: June 27, 2014 at 11:43 PM The comments about the casket and the guys smiling is so wrong. I’ve deployed. I’ve watched my brothers and sisters be taken away. Do you see soldiers cry as they carry their fallen bretheren? No. Because they do not want the family to feel even more pain. This was taken way to far by saying that comment. And for the record. The caskets stay closed because most of the people who are sent back are so disfigured or unrecognizable that it is more harmful for the family to swe them in such a state. Have some respect for those who gave everything for you. Most people who have been there don’t want to remember the bad they have seen. And the ones who do live with the trauma of it every day of their lives. Unless you have been through that you will never understand. Elan Spector says: June 27, 2014 at 10:28 PM Car Jacking of HMMWVs… heh Jerod Hartle says: June 27, 2014 at 7:13 PM Many of us had woodland camo in Iraq because there was not enough desert camo to supply the whole force… A lot of this is just dumb. Corey Carter says: June 27, 2014 at 7:13 PM The people were asking too many questions about the fake moon landing so the government staged the Iraq war to divert the peoples attention. read between the lines people, RON PAUL for Moon Prezident 2092!!! Shane Imler says: June 27, 2014 at 7:13 PM This site is meant to portray hoaxes. They are not real. Relax and calm down. It can get people all hyped up. I have been there and done that and I almost let this get to me. I had to remind myself that this site makes up outrageous stuff to put on here. I also know with all those conspiracy retards out there that this website is like candy for their feeble and inferior minds. Do not despair my brothers and sisters it is all fake. Do not worry about it. Have a good night all. Martin Wakefield says: June 27, 2014 at 1:44 PM This is perhaps the most thorough nad brilliant investigative journalism ever put to print. Erich Plumsteel de Villiers says: June 27, 2014 at 1:44 PM 11. When asked, “What was it like over there?”, every Iraq War veteran simply answers, “I don’t want to talk about it” and then goes silent. Even Jessica Lynch, who was awarded a Bronze Star for her part in the Battle of Nasiriyah, repeatedly claims that she was unconscious during the fight and has no memory of it. Michael Martin says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM 9/11 was an inside job Drew Miller says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM Look at the map behind the Minister of Information. You can see Florida on it. Its clearly an endorsement of the state so more seniors will move their and retire. And there are no shadows under his hands. Hologram Mark E Brown says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM What a bunch of hooey. I don’t believe this for a minute. As a member of Patriot Guard Riders I have been too many missions for men and women who died in Iraq to even think for a minute that this was a hoax. Is this article a tongue-in-cheek thing? Rob Masi says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM The issue of Michael Moore is highly debated because he has been proven to falsify information. If anything, the war was manufactured. Just like Obama is manufacturing a new war by supplying the Taliban in Syria, and recently asked Congress for $500,000,000 to supply them more weapons Dan Widge says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM Now it makes sense….why we couldn’t look out of the windows of the airplane when we landed in what they told us was Baghdad. Some places looked like the film set of the “Flintstones” and the epic movie “gates of donkey hell” to name just a few. And when I ask college students where Iraq is on the world map, they point to somewhere around the other legend of a place called Germany. Joseph Diamond says: June 27, 2014 at 8:59 AM This is the fault of the U.S. Navy! If they had gone along with the early plan to bull shit a night attack on a destroyer all would have worked as well as ‘Nam. Funds could have been diverted from road construction and bridge repair. Army bases could have been revved up to full capacity with a big training operation. But the admirals declined to admit anyone could get close enough to shoot at a U.S. Navy ship……..even as a bull shit story. So it was decided to advance the above story. Joe Erich Plumsteel de Villiers says: June 27, 2014 at 4:28 AM 11. When asked, “What was it like over there?”, every Iraq War veteran simply answers, “I don’t want to talk about it” and then goes silent. Even Jessica Lynch, who was awarded a Bronze Star for her part in the Battle of Nasiriyah, repeatedly claims that she was unconscious during the fight and has no memory of it.