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These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.


I thought the major concern was to conceal the details of the companies who dealt with Saddam's regime and supplied weapons etc., Did they really give a fuck about WMD ?

See the FOI release of Cambones notes when he met Rummy on 9/11 - cannot provide the refernce but a Blog Google should find it. They were going for SH. Period.

China Has Absolutely NOTHING To WORRY About, Whereas, AMERICA has EVERYTHING to WORRY ABOUT.

Nick Schwellenbach

Thanks for the links John. I posted a pic of Iraq's Declaration.

John Cieciel

here's the video's link


John Cieciel

Here's a link to "Video Footage Shown during the Remarks to the United Nations Security Council" from Global Security.org

for dial-up users:
here's the link to the googled stills from that video


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