"the degree of trust in him is good"

Sunday, September 10, 2006
Rick Ballard might find Clarice Feldman's report on the American Thinker of interest:

“We were informed from one of our sources (the degree of trust in him is good) who works in the American Associated Press Agency [emphasis added] that the agency broadcasted to through computer to its branches worldwide the following:

1. The new agency for inspecting the Iraqi weapons (UNMOVIC) started on 11/7/2000 a training program for 4 weeks which includes historical, legal, administrative, and political subjects that are related to the weapons inspection in Iraq."

2. The training include lectures about the ballistic missiles and the biological and chemical weapons and the import and export of weapons in addition to a session in security arrangements prepared by the American government.

3. Hans Blix who head the new team mentioned that he will send a smaller team to Iraq in late August 2000 and the inspections operations will focus on choosing the locations that was under the control of the UNSCOM committee

4. The agency adds that Iraq prevented the old committee from returning to Iraq and that high Iraq officials said they will not accept new inspectors from the new committee but some other left the possibility of negotiations open.

5. The agency ends its article by saying that the sanctions against Iraq will not be lifted unless Iraq cooperate with the new inspectors and after it is decided that Iraq is free from weapons of mass destructions."

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What other evidence of the MSM's realtionship based on "trust" with Saddam Hussein's thugs will be found?

2 comments:

terrye said...

I have a question...when the Senate did this latest review, did they include any of the findings of the translated documents? A lot has been discovered in recent months and so far as I know they ignored it all.

gumshoe1 said...

the left would immediately
dismiss the translations
as forgeries,terrye.


fingers in ears:
"we can't HEAR you! nyahnyahnyahnyah".

they have a completely different concept of "utility"
with regard to facts.