Sunday, November 26, 2006

~"WE THE PEOPLE" have had enough LIES~You do not have our support on war in Syria or Iran

We were angry and disgusted about the events leading to the war in Iraq. We knew they were lying then, and we know they are lying now, as they now try to start a war with Iran and Syria. It took over three years before the mainstream media would report the truth, and now that they have admited that there were no wmd's, they are still lying, and expect "We The People" to let them get by with it.

Just the evidence in England was enough to convict them, if it hadn't been covered up so well. David Kelley lost his life, Robin Cook resigned from parliament, and the head of BBC news along with the reporter who talked to David Kelley had to resign.
There was so much lying and coniving going on in so many places, by so many dishonest people, that there was no way to pursue all of the avenues.

Well we have Democratic representatives that will answer to the people now, and we can't let these sons of she dogs get away with anything. Donald Rumsfeld has resigned after being caught in a lie after being interviewed by ex CIA man Ray McGovern. and it would be good to interview everyone of them clear up to the president himself.

Robin Cook's resignation speech

Threat questioned

Ironically, it is only because Iraq's military forces are so weak that we can even contemplate its invasion. Some advocates of conflict claim that Saddam's forces are so weak, so demoralised and so badly equipped that the war will be over in a few days.

We cannot base our military strategy on the assumption that Saddam is weak and at the same time justify pre-emptive action on the claim that he is a threat.

Iraq probably has no weapons of mass destruction in the commonly understood sense of the term - namely a credible device capable of being delivered against a strategic city target.

It probably still has biological toxins and battlefield chemical munitions, but it has had them since the 1980s when US companies sold Saddam anthrax agents and the then British Government approved chemical and munitions factories.

Why is it now so urgent that we should take military action to disarm a military capacity that has been there for 20 years, and which we helped to create?

Why is it necessary to resort to war this week, while Saddam's ambition to complete his weapons programme is blocked by the presence of UN inspectors?

A British Take on Weapons Of Mass Destruction

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