Skip to comments.PICTURES FROM THE DUELFER REPORT and a few personal pics from GI's
Posted on 02/28/2005 6:36:21 AM PST by Blackrain4xmas
I took some time the other day and cut/paste pics from the Duelfer Report that show examples of how Saddam easily could have complied with the inspection process for 12yrs, but CLEARLY chose not to. I also converted the pics to jpgs, but don't know how to post them here, so I put them on my own site. I think they're important to view since they show in no uncertain terms that Saddam's Iraq was a WMD threat despite a lack of stockpiles. I think they also encourage people to actually sit down and at least flip through the Duelfer report before accepting someone else's judgement about it. Too often people on the left or right just spin a debate about WMD. The report is detailed, complex, and does a great job of explaining the truth of the threat.
There's no way anyone can look at these pics and STILL think inspections were working-not logically at least.
I hope you check em out and find em interesting. It took me some time to do this, and more importantly, two American soldiers died to give us this report. 1500 Others have died because of what it shows. That deserves reading-or AT LEAST looking at the pictures ;)
(note: some of the pics were sent to me by GIs. They are their personal pics, and if you recognize one, I'd appreciate knowing the source so I can properly credit it. Thanks)
I got the book that Sam Pender wrote about the connections between Saddam and OBL.
The connections are so well established, and were so well known, even during the 90's, that when I hear Senators complain there are no connections, their lying is breathtaking in scope. The Senators who attend the Senate Intelligence Committee meetings and lie about the connections are especially on my hit list.
Anyway, I always like to read these posts by Blackrain and Sam Pender.
I thought the picture of the chemical weapons facility with the bunkers circled that were removed during the war was interesting. I notice those bunkers were separated from the other buildings. That couldn't be because they contained stockpiles of weapons that could be released I'm sure.
What chem/bio/WMD? I didn't see any chem/bio/WMD! NOT!
No clean rooms in Iraq I guess.
Actually, there's a pic of the air filtration equip in there too, but I figured that was pretty benign, so I didn't copy/paste it and convert to jpg.
Hope ya'll check out my books now :)
In an interview with The London Observer, Deulfer commented on Salmak Pak and the training of; "highly motivated Muslims from Saudi Arabia and Yemen training to take over airliners with hand held objects such as boxcutters". Nope, those dots don't connect. Because if they did, then we'd have to do something about it, wouldn't we?
Salman Pak (with an 'N')
Yeah, for more on that place, check out
Rush Limbaugh's site
the CNN Presents special "Race to Baghdad"
the History Channel special "Fight for Baghdad"
the Discovery Channel show "Tour of Duty"
the book, Thunder Run
the book, The March Up
the book, War Stories
bumped cause it took some work, and I wanna make sure everyone sees it
(man the anti-war crowd hates this link)
Nice lineup. Someday, the definitive word on Iraq weapon violations will be fully unveiled. I do blame the BUSH administration on this one, though, as it has not made the case of what we have uncovered post invasion.
Agreed. I blame them for not making the case as well.
(as a reminder to why the US invaded)
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