Skip to comments.The NYT/IAEA Conspiracy
Posted on 11/04/2006 2:36:29 PM PST by PghBaldy
An Arabic-speaking blogger who has been translating Iraqi documents from the DOD web site has some very interesting remarks about the New York Times/IAEA election hit; he has been trying to get the IAEA to answer questions about his findings on Saddams nuclear plans since early October:
On October 5th 2006 I sent the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) an e-mail requesting some answers to the findings I got from the captured Iraqi documents regarding Saddam Regime re-constructing their prohibited nuclear program. The findings were about Saddam regime rebuilding and re-using some of their nuclear labs and facilities like the RWTS (Radioactive Waste Treatment Station), Radio-Chemistry Laboratories, and the Degussa Furnaces which are used to melt Uranium and other nuclear activities.
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It wasn't much of a surprise since nobody is really talking about it.
Yippie.....Congrats JV!! This will help get the word out for sure!!
I live in a lib neighborhood, and have many lib friends. NO ONE spoke about this. At the coffee shop, wearing my Santorum shirt, I got dirty looks, but NO ONE mentioned the NYT "bombshell." I think it was a dud. It is more PROOF Saddam needed to be deposed.
A friend did mention the Haggard issue. A local minister killed himself (over some sort of TV expose), and my friend seemed non-chalant... I was disgusted by his behavior. I never even heard of Haggard before the last few days. I did hear of Jveritas though :)
Blogger BUMP - man your positions!
Thanks for the ping. I have no doubt that the IAEA and the New York Times are in it together to influence the elections. However they failed miserably since most the liberal media did not go along because they know that they will be playing right in our hands and on our strong turf, the NYT screwed it badly and gave us a big club to hammer them.
I just hope Hoekstra can do something about this before its too late.
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