Skip to comments.Saddam General Explains Saddam’s ‘Secrets’ — WMDs, Bombing Israel, and Genocide (AUDIO)
Posted on 03/16/2006 12:07:27 PM PST by ajolympian2004
I have yet to listen to the whole interview, however reader Anthony J. said that this is a must listen:
Former Iraqi General Georges Sada, who was a military adviser to Saddam Hussein appeared on The Mike Rosen Show (850 AM KOA) (Tuesday March 14th, 2006). He is described as an expert air pilot who played a large part in saving coalition forces’ lives in Gulf War I. Sada explains what happened to the WMDs prior to the US led invasion of Iraq in 2003 and Saddam’s planned (all-out chemical weapons) attack on Israel.
General Sada wrote a book about his tenure serving under Saddam Hussein:
Former Iraqi General Sada delivers a riveting inside account of Saddam Hussein’s tyranny, including confirmation of the existence and hiding of weapons of mass destruction. Despite being a Christian and refusing to join the Baath Party, Sada was promoted to Saddam’s inner circle for his honest advice. Sada criticizes most countries and the United Nations (whose workers he accuses of accepting bribes) for their complicity in propagating Saddam’s regime. But he strongly praises Operation Iraqi Freedom, pointing out that no other country would take the first step. The book has an unexpectedly religious angle, being slightly Christian-centric and paranoid over Muslim population growth in the West. Regardless, Sada blames Saddam for destroying Iraq, but remains hopeful the nation will have a chance to become a modern society, fulfilling its great historical legacy.
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Part 2 is about bombing Israel.
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Part 3 is about the WMD Saddam owned and where it went.
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*** NOTE *** please visit the DOWNLOAD link to access the MP3 audio files. Each audio file is about 20 minutes in running time and this is the best interview yet of the former Iraqi General.
If this was going to go somewhere, it already would have.
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From Publishers Weekly
Former Iraqi General Sada delivers a riveting inside account of Saddam Hussein's tyranny, including confirmation of the existence and hiding of weapons of mass destruction. Despite being a Christian and refusing to join the Baath Party, Sada was promoted to Saddam's inner circle for his honest advice. Sada criticizes most countries and the United Nations (whose workers he accuses of accepting bribes) for their complicity in propagating Saddam's regime. But he strongly praises Operation Iraqi Freedom, pointing out that no other country would take the first step. The book has an unexpectedly religious angle, being slightly Christian-centric and paranoid over Muslim population growth in the West. Regardless, Sada blames Saddam for destroying Iraq, but remains hopeful the nation will have a chance to become a modern society, fulfilling its great historical legacy.
He was Saddam Hussein's top military advisor . . . and a truth-teller in a regime where truth was relative. He was also a devout Christian in an anti-Christian country. For the first time, General Georges Sada shares his amazing journey ? and speaks of the military secrets he was asked to keep. Secrets that only those closest to Saddam would know. But God's work in General Sada's own life is no secret. From his years of covert military operations, to his dramatic conversations with Saddam and other world leaders, God has enabled Sada to make a difference, even when lives hung in the balance. In this exclusive book, the General paints a picture of Hussein, his regime ? and his country ? that is at once personal and truthful, compelling and sobering . . . guaranteed to draw national attention.
Georges Hormis Sada graduated from Iraqs Air Academy in 1959 and was trained by elite forces in Great Britain, Russia and the U.S. An ace fighter pilot who trained other pilots, he went on to become air vice marshal in Saddam Husseins military. His acts of bravery, including saving the lives of forty downed coalition pilots in the Gulf War, have earned him hero status.
Georges Sada was born into an Assyrian Christian family in northern Iraq and became a born-again believer in 1986. Georges had great favor with the former Iraqi dictator, as he is one of the few Iraqi men to ever publicly confront Saddam Hussein and live to tell about it. Georges believes a key reason why he served as one of Saddams most trusted advisors was to persuade him against attacking the nation of Israel with chemical weapons, something Saddam attempted to do on two separate occasions.
Now retired, Georges is director of the Iraqi Institute for Peace and also serves as spokesman for the newly elected prime minister of Iraq. He is also the president of the National Presbyterian Church in Baghdad and chairman of the Assembly of Iraqi Evangelical Presbyterian Churches.
In recent years, Georges held the position of principal advisor to the former Iraqi Prime Minister, Iyad Allawi. Additionally, he acted as the lead consultant for the reconstruction of all three branches of the Iraqi defense system. In June of 2003, Georges received the prestigious International Prize for Peace and Reconciliation presented by the Bishop of Coventry, England.
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If you do a search in Google News or Yahoo News for stories in the MSM on this book and topic you will see that it hasn't been 'somewhere' yet, except in the new media.
The Bush haters in the media are desperate to cover this up along with the contents of all the Iraq documents just released.
I agree...some 'good' guy has to find an angle to get Americans interested in this.
So far Saddam has been "Slick Saddam."
Hmmm... no comment yet from either David Gregory or Helen Thomas...
Or even the White House.
You know they won't. The Saddam tapes are in government control and being released today. If they can release those why hold onto other evidence? Especially if it supports the administration. I may be wrong but I don't think any administration official or republican pol has commented on this book. If they have please post the links so we can all read them.
bump for later read
Stingray: Conservative Christian News and Commentary
So much news!
So little coverage!
Only way is if the book endorses a guest worker program.
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