Thursday, January 13, 2005

US Invasion of Iraq officially FRAUD

Of course we knew the current war in Iraq had no rationality to it, but now we have it verified. The U.S. has officially given up on searching for the "Weapons of Mass Destruction", which were the justification given for undertaking this war.

Bush administration comments on WMDs

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday, January 12, 2005: Contrasts the official statements by administration figures before, and after, the invasion. Quite enlightening it is indeed.

U.S. Wraps Up Search for Banned Weapons in Iraq

Wed Jan 12, 2005 07:09 PM ET; RREUTERS.COM By Will Dunham: Details the Iraq Survey Group (ISG) and has this to say:

Charles Duelfer, the CIA special adviser who led the ISG's weapons search, has returned home and is expected next month to issue a final addendum to his September report concluding that prewar Iraq had no WMD stockpiles, officials said.

U.S.: Saddam intended to make WMDs

Washington, DC, Jan. 12 (UPI) WASHINGTONTIMES.COM : Says that while we're shutting down the search, we did confirm that the Iraqi government intended to make or aquire weapons of mass destruction, and had a desire and intent to maintain a capability to do so. Now, hum, it seems to me that the duty of every government is to defend its borders against invaders, yes? No matter how despicable Hussein may have been as a government leader, his duty was to find a way to aquire the weapons with which to defend his country. Hence, in todays age, that means weapons of mass destruction. Hence, he would have been failing at his job if he hadn't been having the intent and desire to aquire or make weapons of mass destruction.

Fallout from WMD search failure

By Nick Childs BBC Pentagon correspondent; Wednesday, 12 January, 2005, 21:53 GMT :
This BBC report goes over some of the political "heat", such as it is. Actually I don't know what "heat" is happening, since the administration seems to have successfully kept their fraud from being known by the majority of Americans.

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Special Advisor to the DCI
Iraq’s WMD

30 September 2004: This report relays the findings of the Special Advisor to the Director of Central Intelligence on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction.
(note: this is the interim report the news articles are referring to)

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