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t's people like you that can't read and get it twisted. If you want to sit on the fence w/ your girl and believe that there was WMD in Iraq
Originally posted by Chadwickus
Alex Jones is a bold faced liar, I've lost count how many times he's been caught lying.
Just don't get butt hurt when his past BS is used against him.
first look at this guys channel claims a whole lot of british conspiracy yet claims none in the us hmmmmm.....I smell a hypocrite
A 2005 bohemian club membership list was released, proving by name that "elites" as you call them, do indeed attend.
Originally posted by Agent_USA_Supporter
After 8 years with no evidence of WMDs in Iraq.
Why you want users to believe the MSM now?
In WikiLeaks’ massive trove of nearly 392,000 Iraq war logs are hundreds of references to chemical and biological weapons. Most of those are intelligence reports or initial suspicions of WMD that don’t pan out. In July 2004, for example, U.S. forces come across a Baghdad building with gas masks, gas filters, and containers with “unknown contents” inside. Later investigation revealed those contents to be vitamins.
But even late in the war, WMDs were still being unearthed. In the summer of 2008, according to one WikiLeaked report, American troops found at least 10 rounds that tested positive for chemical agents. “These rounds were most likely left over from the [Saddam]-era regime. Based on location, these rounds may be an AQI [Al Qaeda in Iraq] cache. However, the rounds were all total disrepair and did not appear to have been moved for a long time.”
Instead, the cables show that Chinese soldiers opened fire on protesters outside the centre of Beijing, as they fought their way towards the square from the west of the city. Three cables were sent from the US embassy on June 3, in the hours leading up to the suppression, as diplomats realised that the final showdown between the protesters and soldiers was looming. The cables described the "10,000 to 15,000 helmeted armed troops" moving into the city, some of whom were "carrying automatic weapons".
But Mathews says his purpose for writing the report was different. “My point is that yes, the Chinese did a terrible thing in Tiananmen, but in American journalism, we have to be careful about the truth. If we as Americans want to tell the Chinese to have a free press, our own free press must be accurate.”
BBC's Panorama reveals fresh evidence that agencies dismissed intelligence from Iraqi foreign minister and spy chief