More on WMDs

As Saddam Hussein’s miles of documents are slowly being translated, more is being revealed about the WMDs:

The gist of the new evidence is this: roughly one quarter of Saddam’s WMD was destroyed under UN pressure during the early to mid 1990’s. 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, but were stolen from under the Americans’ noses and sent to Syria. Syria is one of eight countries in the world that never signed a treaty banning WMD, and now is the storehouse for much of what remains of Saddam’s WMD Empire. This was the target of the recent Israeli air strike.

That’s just a teeny snippet, though, of a much longer article that goes into great details about Hussein’s tortuous machinations with his WMDs, as well as pointing out the many hidden hands and hidden storerooms still manipulating these instruments of destruction.  It all makes for fascinating, and quite scary, reading.

4 Responses

  1. Israeli intelligence has been saying that for, oh – five or six years now. In the course of the solid year we spent %$#&-ing around with the UN, dozens of Iraqi flights went into Syria. We were of course aware of them, but had no idea what they were doing.

    The Israelis knew. MI-6 knew (which is why the UK came with us.) Now maybe everyone will know. Will it make a difference? Nah.

  2. Who, exactly, in the U.S. was supposed to discover this information. Valerie Plame’s CIA?

  3. Valerie Plame could have done it.

    If she had been paid enough.

    Mercenaries must have their perks, Danny.

  4. Glad to see this is getting out and on the UNCLASS side. The Army has (literally) known this for over four years. Thanks for finding it in the open, Bookworm.

    SGT Dave
    “Always Out Front”

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