Tuesday, April 27, 2004

Evidence of WMD's


Sean does it again!

"WorldNetDaily is reporting that Weapons of Mass destruction have been found in Iraq but have been dismissed by the media as insignificant.
In virtually every case -- chemical, biological, nuclear and ballistic missiles -- the United States has found the weapons and the programs that the Iraqi dictator successfully concealed for 12 years from U.N. weapons inspectors.

The Iraq Survey Group, ISG, whose intelligence analysts are managed by Charles Duelfer, a former State Department official and deputy chief of the U.N.-led arms-inspection teams, has found 'hundreds of cases of activities that were prohibited' under U.N. Security Council resolutions, a senior administration official tells Insight.

'There is a long list of charges made by the U.S. that have been confirmed, but none of this seems to mean anything because the weapons that were unaccounted for by the United Nations remain unaccounted for.'
[...]
What the president's critics and the media widely have portrayed as the most dramatic failure of the U.S. case against Saddam has been the claimed failure to find 'stockpiles' of chemical and biological weapons. But in a June 2003 Washington Post op-ed, former chief U.N. weapons inspector Rolf Ekeus called such criticism 'a distortion and a trivialization of a major threat to international peace and security.'


This is a long and well-sourced article and a must read. But it's not the first time WMD have been found and ignored.

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