Monday, April 30, 2007


Did you know that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq? Sure, they exist. We know this because Dave Gaubatz says so. He describes the sites where these WMDs were stored, explaining that three of them were bunkers that were buried 20 to 30 feet beneath the Euphrates river. He continues that they had been constructed through building dams which were removed after the huge subterranean vaults had been excavated so that these were concealed beneath the river bed. He states, "There was no doubt, with so much effort having gone into hiding these constructions, that something very important was buried there".
Well, of course. It's impossible for these bunkers to be used for anything else, so they must be storage for WMDs.
You may ask what happened to the WMDs stored there. Well, I'll tell you. The WMDs in these sites were excavated by Iraqis and Syrians. They were moved, with the help of the Russians, to Syria.
Of course, all reports of this have mysteriously gone missing and the databases were "inadvertently destroyed".

Melanie Phillips writes:

The Republicans won’t touch this because it would reveal the incompetence of the Bush administration in failing to neutralise the danger of Iraqi WMD. The Democrats won’t touch it because it would show President Bush was right to invade Iraq in the first place. It is an axis of embarrassment.

Of course, this is all true. They wouldn't print it if it weren't.

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