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Iraq and Iran: the WMD Card

January 2, 2012

In case you missed the memo, there were NO weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.  The cornerstone of the coalition’s case to invade Iraq was testimony from an Iraqi defector named al-Janabi who claimed he worked in Saddam’s biological weapons program.  Al-Janabi, codenamed Curveball, confessed to the Guardian on February 2011 that he made it all up.  One may assume honest mistakes were made by Western intelligence, however, revealing documents called the Downing Street Memo containing minutes of a meeting of the British Prime Ministers’ senior advisers on July 23, 2002 says otherwise.  The memo states, “The intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy” of an Iraq invasion, and, “It seemed clear that Bush had made up his mind to take military action.”

Remember Bush and Condoleeza’s  mushroom cloud hysteria used to justify a pre-emptive war against Iraq?   It worked so well, the globalists are reusing the WMD card as a pretext for war in Iran.  The CIA has long reported on Iran’s lack of nuclear capability, yet neocon and Zionist warmongers are sounding alarms of imminent disaster, especially for Israel, if action is not taken.  Even the UN is cooking baseless accusations.  I’ve seen this movie before.

Democracy Now interviewed General Wesley Clark 3/2/2007, whereupon he stated that a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff informed him around Sept. 20th, 2001 they had decided the US was going to war in Iraq.  General Clark received further news two weeks later that the Administration had resolved to take out the governments of Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Lebanon and Iran.  This decision was made only a month after 9-11 and the video can be seen on You Tube.  Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice …

John K Rooney
Tri-Cities Liberty Alliance

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