Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Iraq Had WMDs

John Loftus, head of the non-governmental International Intelligence Summit, just released a report on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program based on a private study of captured Iraqi documents:

"Roughly one-quarter of Saddam's WMD was destroyed under UN pressure during the early to mid 1990s. Saddam sold approximately another quarter of his weapons stockpile to his Arab neighbors during the mid-to-late-1990's. The Russians insisted on removing another quarter in the last few months before the war. The last remaining WMD, the contents of Saddam's nuclear weapons labs, were still inside Iraq on the day when the coalition forces arrived in 2003. His nuclear weapons equipment was hidden in enormous underwater warehouses beneath the Euphrates River. Saddam's entire nuclear inventory was later stolen from these warehouses right out from under the Americans' noses."
It appears that Syria began an atom bomb program based on the remnants of the Iraq nuclear program at a facility recently bombed by the Israelis.


Blogger Always On Watch said...

Have you ever read Mahdi Obeidi? He wrote The Bomb In My Garden.

Sat Nov 24, 02:45:00 PM 2007  
Blogger Tom the Redhunter said...

Very interesting. My guess too is that Syria got much of the WMD. One day we'll know the full story, but unfortunatly it'll be too late to influence our current political situation.

Thu Nov 29, 09:03:00 PM 2007  
Anonymous Kevin Simms said...

No, they didn't.

Thu Jan 24, 08:20:00 PM 2008  
Blogger Tantor said...

Kevin Simms,

You're an ignorant liberal. Here's the 2006 press release that announces that 500 WMD had been found in Iraq to date:

Read it and weep, idiot.

Thu Jan 24, 09:14:00 PM 2008  

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