Thursday, June 23, 2005

More On WMD's

Ol' BC realizes the MSM and those who tilt to the left would like to keep harping that no WMD's were in Iraq. They need to check this out.

Col. Najeh al-Azam was giving evidence in the trial of 13 men alleged
to have planned what would have been the first chemical attack by the al-Qaeda
terror group. In his televised confession, prime defendant Azmi Al-Jayousi said
his group had plotted the attack under instruction from al-Qaeda's leader in
Iraq, Abu-Musab al-Zarqawi.

Wow! There's more in there about U.N. weapons inspectors now reporting missing dual use material at over 100 sites in Iraq. That's scary stuff.

Why no mention from the MSM?

Just a thought.

5 Comments:

At 7:03 PM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

Your information is misleading, seemingly. Nowhere do you state that there were WMD's in Iraq. You only say that the orders came from within Iraq. That is not the same thing...

 
At 10:21 AM, Blogger Ol' BC said...

U.N. weapons inspectors are now saying the stuff was there and is missing. This assumes that Falluja is still in Iraq. Maybe intelligence wasn't all that wrong.

 
At 12:12 PM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

Right. I wonder what the time frame was, though. It is common knowledge that they had WMDs at one point. But did they have them at the time of the invasion?

 
At 11:45 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

At the time of the invasion, they definitely wanted everyone to believe they had them. They weren't acting as if they had followed the law.

On this one, I think we did the right thing.

RWR

 
At 11:41 AM, Blogger Sir Loin of Beef said...

Right. It was my understanding that they were playing Russian, setting decoys and making it appear that they were a lot more equipped than they really were.

I don't know how you can think we did the right thing by invading a country that only was giving the appearance of having weapons, but that is your own opinion and you are entitled to it.

 

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