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Dictator's Collusion In The Iraq 'War'

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posted on Apr, 10 2003 @ 07:12 PM

Dictator's Collusion
In The Iraq 'War'
By Parviz Esmaeili
The Tehran Times

Note - This is the first story to point in the direction of possible/probable answers to a number of key questions about the US-UK zionist subjugation of Iraq. When the Iraqis failed to blow a single bridge - a classic and mandatory defensive military strategy - suspicions arose immediately. Aside from a handful of oil well-head fires in the South, there was no effort to torch Iraq's oil assets by Saddam. The repeated deployment of the regular Iraqi army and the Guard into exposed areas in the desert - and certain death by total US and UK airpower and carpet bombing - is also equally bizarre in a military sense. What happened to the deadly Russian Kornet wire-guided antitank missiles which surprised the 'Coalition' in the South? And now the 'obliteration' of Saddam and sons can only be 'confirmed' by 'dna' on the word of possibly a single person in a lab potentially convenient. And then there is the remarkably and surprising ease with which Baghdad was taken. There are many things to ponder in the weeks ahead, and high-level collusion is certainly at the top of list. This article begins the search for possible answers. Nothing much is as it seems. -ed

Almost 10 days ago, there was a halt in U.S.-British operations in Iraq. However, U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and the chief of the U.S. Central Command, General Tommy Franks, in their interviews with the media never elaborated on the issue, but instead tried to mislead world public opinion in order to hide a greater secret decision from them.

Suspicions rose on the same day when U.S. troops, that had been stopped at the Euphrates, immediately were able to advance toward the heart of Baghdad without any significant resistance by Iraqi forces. Nobody asked why Tikrit, that was once called the ideological heart of Saddam's government and the last possible trench of the Iraqi army, was never targeted by U.S. and British bombs and missiles. Or why when the elite Iraqi forces arrived in eastern Iraq from Tikrit, the pace of the invaders advancing toward central Baghdad immediately increased. Also, it has been reported that over the past 24 hours, a plane was authorized to leave Iraq bound for Russia. Who was aboard this plane?

posted on Apr, 10 2003 @ 07:14 PM
*Cough* Rense *Cough*

posted on Apr, 10 2003 @ 08:25 PM
Look at the source, and you have your answer....

*passes some grains of salt to read this with...*

These things happened due to certain Iraqi officers giving orders to save their hides.... If such a deal was struck, the plane would have been obliterated before breaching Iraqi airspace....the collaberators would have been none the wiser...but I seriously doubt the event happened at all....

[Edited on 11-4-2003 by Gazrok]

posted on Apr, 10 2003 @ 09:27 PM
I think it is ovious that in the first day or two of the war they managed to sever communications between the head of the regime and the troops. Thus the orders to blow bridges, oil wells, launch chemical attacks, and things of that nature were not able to be executed.

The coalistion was not halted, they just slowed down to wait up for supplies which had been ambushed from behind. No big surprise there as the foot soldiers know to attack the coalition, but they more likely need orders to blow bridges and oil fields.

And heck, I wouldn't be surprised if in the first few days Saddam was in a little old beat up toyota with many other civillians headed for the boarder to escape. But who knows really.

posted on Apr, 10 2003 @ 09:37 PM
Wasn't the plane that left, have the Russian Ambassitor to Iraq? Then he did return.

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