posted on 04/19/2003 4:07:54 PM PDT
To: hoosiermama; MeekMom; Dutchgirl; Freedom'sWorthIt; Carolina; patricia; annyokie; ...
posted on 04/19/2003 4:08:10 PM PDT
I don't think the comparison in personality and style or thinking is comparable with the Nazi's, as Saddam's role model on that was Joseph Stalin, right down to the garb and mustache and personality following. Saddam was known to love reading books on Stalin, and sadly, is actually considered an expert on stalinism and Stalin himself. There are plenty of similarites between the Nazi's and saddam and co, including historical parrelels, and many numerious circumstances that were repeating before our very eyes, but regime wise, this is a little off.
posted on 04/19/2003 4:17:16 PM PDT
by Sonny M
("oderint dum metuant".)
The lightning-speed dash to Baghdad by our troops prevented the destruction of masses of incriminating evidence we'll need in the war trials of the deck of cards and other Iraqi criminals.
Our forces were there before the thugs could even crank up their shredders or burn the millions of documents.
The strategy plans by Rummy, General Tommy & Company were brilliant in concept and implementation alike. Thank God for the adults-in-charge!
Damn, life is good!
posted on 04/19/2003 5:08:53 PM PDT
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Staff are full of the terrors inflicted by Uday, and American intelligence has photos of a party where men are shown apparently stabbing themselves and shooting others for Udays entertainment.
Gives a whole new meaning to the term "party animal."
Chalabi will need to be watched. We need to bring in a broader political coalition to keep him in check.
To: MadIvan; Grampa Dave; PhiKapMom
The capture of the archives is part of what Chalabi believes must be Iraqs next step: de-Baathification, which he likens to the denazification of Germany after the second world war.
Ahmed Chalabi is on top of this animal.
He knows the Ba'athists lie in wait and must be rooted out.
posted on 04/19/2003 5:51:56 PM PDT
(Hitlery: das Butch von Buchenvald)
In four days since arriving in Baghdad from the southern city of Nasiriya, Chalabis forces have captured the complete archives of the Iraqi army, the Special Security Organisation (SSO), led by Saddams younger son Qusay, and the Amn al-Amm, the Iraqi equivalent of MI5.
So who's got the records of the Mukhabarat?
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