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Monday, October 25, 2004

American Warmonger

Here's a guy who gets it:
But there were no WMD!: There were WMD in Iraq. Not nuclear WMD but chemical WMD and ranged WMD. If you can remember back to the first days of the ground war you'll remember the first missile fired was a SCUD aimed at Kuwait. A SCUD is a banned weapon, as was the Al Sammud II missiles that they said they did not have...until we found them and forced them to start destroying them. The first SCUD fired was rumored to have a chemical warhead. This was found out by radio transmission interception. It was later found out, when we picked these guys up, that they were too scared to handle the potentially leaky chemical warheads and opted for the explosive head instead. These were WMD and proof the inspections did not work. After the, ahem, peace was won we discovered something that absolutely wasn't chemical weapons. It was only barrels upon barrels of pesticide, concentrated enough to cause people to have chemical like effects in several cases (see: foaming at the mouth and shaking violently on the floor), in ammunition dumps, next to empty rocket shells. But this was only for agricultural purposes so I digress.

For more, click here.


  • At 11:29 PM, Blogger Da Goddess said…

    Yes, we all know that Halabja never happened.

  • At 12:26 AM, Blogger American Warmonger said…

    I have to confess, I made an error in the report. They weren't SCUDs but more likely an Al Samoud variety. It was a mistake and I have been properly flogged for it. Thank's for the link.


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