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To: sarasota
The History Channel did a lengthy piece which showed trucks moving in the dark of night with load after load and intimated they saw them going into Syria shortly before the Iraw war broke out. I tried to locate the piece afterward and it appears it had been removed.

I remember watching that

Probably one of two things, there were WMD's in Iraq and anything that will prove it will exonerate bush and all the UN who decided to pretend Iraq never had them, or two, our JSOC and others KNOW about the movements but don't want them to know we know, therefore we or israel just wipes out their reactors when they have the most invested like a few years ago. What troubles me is I've learned of the gas tipped Syrian missiles for years( not a secret) but as you say, some things on the news and on the net just disappear( sort of like Obama's past).

For instance I remember a sort of a flat bed truck with huge panels the Jordanian's stopped at their border when we re attacked Iraq,which was in the LA Times. I even kept the cut out but somehow lost it and to this day I cannot find the photo or the article but I KNOW I saw it in print.

Bottles of liquid and gas containers floppily thrown together. It'll probably never be seen again because we all know( insert my cynical wink wink) Iraq never had WMD's or Al Qaeda, just ask the Kurds and all th Persian's in the 80's that died of, well, a mystery

28 posted on 05/11/2010 4:07:51 PM PDT by Karliner ("Things are more like they are now than they ever were before."DDE)
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To: Karliner

I appreciate your remarks and agree that one day the truth will prevail. But I doubt I shall be on planet earth when it happens.


31 posted on 05/12/2010 6:41:46 AM PDT by sarasota
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