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  • Did Saddam’s WMD Go to Syria? Part I

    06/18/2007 8:36:07 PM PDT · by Starman417 · 22 replies · 1,888+ views
    Flopping Aces ^ | 06-18-07 | Scott Malensek
    Have you ever noticed that it’s always politicians, media types, and either washed up or disgruntled, anonymous intelligence sources who claim there never was any WMD in Iraq? On the other hand, every single commander and deputy commander of CENTCOM says that Saddam did have WMD. So too do the inspectors with the closest knowledge of before and after inspections: Dr Butler, Dr Kay, Dr Duelfer, and most of the former UN inspectors. Is this subject one where the word of a former governor of Vermont is better than that of highly decorated generals and weapons inspectors who have served...
  • Ex-Official: Russia [Spetsnaz Units] Moved Saddam's WMD

    03/25/2007 8:48:28 AM PDT · by Fennie · 74 replies · 2,334+ views
    NewsMax ^ | February 19, 2006 | Kenneth R. Timmerman
    A top Pentagon official who was responsible for tracking Saddam Hussein's weapons programs before and after the 2003 liberation of Iraq, has provided the first-ever account of how Saddam Hussein "cleaned up" his weapons of mass destruction stockpiles to prevent the United States from discovering them. Former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense John Shaw told an audience at a privately sponsored "Intelligence Summit" in Alexandria: "They were moved by Russian Spetsnaz (special forces) units out of uniform, that were specifically sent to Iraq to move the weaponry and eradicate any evidence of its existence...
  • Iraqi WMD Mystery Solved

    03/24/2007 11:52:58 AM PDT · by Fennie · 62 replies · 3,268+ views
    FrontPageMagazine ^ | March 2, 2006
    It has been confirmed across the board that 18-wheelers were seen going into Syria before the war, crossing the border soon after Iraqi intelligence replaced the border guards and cleared nearby areas for their passage. The trucks with the weapons were tracked to three locations in Syria and Lebanon's Bekaa Valley. Sources I have spoken with that have seen satellite photos of the movements confirm that the WMD in Syria are at military bases, while the ones in Lebanon are buried...
  • Never-Before-Seen Videotaped Testimony of Former Iraqi General Confirming Iraq had WMD

    05/11/2006 12:34:55 PM PDT · by LittleBillyInfidel · 60 replies · 2,945+ views
    WorldThreats.com ^ | 5-11-6 | LittleBillyInfidel
    BREAKING! The following is the transcript of General Ali Ibrahim Al-Tikriti’s first videotaped testimony. Additional videotapes will be released by WorldThreats.com in the future. Salaam Americans. I was formerly known as Iraqi Fedayeen Major General, Ali Ibrahim Al-Tikriti. I was one of Saddam's chief Generals dealing with his secret nuclear, chemical, and biological programs. Our weapons programs were fully operational in the mid-late 1980's where we used such weapons on numerous occasions against Iranian positions as well as the infamous attack on Halabjah. After the Gulf War our weapons programs were driven deep underground to avoid international inspections. We composed...
  • March 2003 Top Secret Memo: TRANSFER OF SPECIAL AMMUNITION (POTENTIAL CHEMICAL WEAPONS) Translation

    04/17/2006 8:40:37 AM PDT · by jveritas · 316 replies · 16,615+ views
    Pentagon/FMSO Iraq Pre-War Documents ^ | April 17 2007 | jveritas
    Document ISGP-2003-0001498 ISGP-2003-0001498 contains a 9 pages TOP SECRET memo (pages 87-96 in the pdf document) dated March 16 2003 that talks about transferring “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” from one ammunition depot in Najaf to other ammunition depots near Baghdad. As we know by now the term SPECIAL AMMUNITION was used by Saddam Regime to designate CHEMICAL WEAPONS as another translated document has already shown. For example in document CMPC 2004-002219 where Saddam regime decided to use “CHEMICAL WEAPONS against the Kurds” they used the term “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” for chemical weapon http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1601810/posts. What is also interesting is that these “SPECIAL AMMUNITION” were...
  • In Search of Saddam Hussein’s WMD: The Russian Connection Part 2 of 5

    04/04/2006 7:18:43 AM PDT · by Blackrain4xmas · 18 replies · 1,040+ views
    The New Media Journal ^ | 040406 | Sam Pender
    In December 2002, Russia’s Middle East envoy, Yevgeny Primakov (former Russian Intelligence Chief), flew to Baghdad under the front of making one last chance for peace with the dictator. As soon as his plane landed, it was allegedly loaded with “sensitive materials” and flown directly to Belarus. People speculate as to whether or not it was WMD, WMD equipment, documents, people, or things the Russians didn’t want the US to get their hands on, but in any event…the plane was loaded with things the US wanted. There is no doubt that the Russians did send GPS jammers to confuse American...
  • Anonymous Iraqi provides details of Russian and Syrian assistance

    04/13/2006 9:36:59 AM PDT · by jrooney · 10 replies · 685+ views
    Ray Robison ^ | 04-13-06 | Ray Robison
    Ray: Sammi provides a partial translation of a notebook that appears to be from an Iraqi connected with the former SSO. The Center for Non-Proliferation Studies describes the SSO: If authentic, this document helps to establish the role that Syria played with Iraq as an arms provider. A lot of people may not realize this but Syria provided Iraq with many conventional munitions before the Gulf War and after. It is a little easier to accept the "Mission Impossible" sounding plot that Saddam moved remaining WMD to Syria if you realize they were sneaking weapons across the border all the...
  • In Search of Saddam Hussein’s WMD: Saddam’s “Special Weapons”

    04/06/2006 6:47:04 AM PDT · by IrishMike · 17 replies · 1,094+ views
    New Media Journal ^ | April 6, 2006 | Sam Pender
    Saddam's "Special Weapons" went by air to Syria, Belarus, and possibly Russia and Libya as well. They went by ground to Syria, and they went by sea to points unreported. The plan was called "Sarindar" ("Emergency Exit"), and it wasn't much different in general strategic terms from the American flight from South Vietnam. Just as U.S. embassy officials shredded and burned documents when Saigon fell, and again in Tehran, Kabul, and a dozen other fallen nations, the Russians and others did what they could to move, hide, and/or destroy their sensitive documents, equipment that they'd provided to Saddam's Regime, as...
  • Saddam And WMD: Russia's Role

    03/07/2006 8:22:45 AM PST · by Isara · 50 replies · 1,473+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 3/7/2006 | Editor
    ..frenzy over the Katrina tapes stands in stark contrast to..disinterest of Democrats and the media in the Saddam tapes showing Iraq had WMD and Bush didn't lie....just before Operation Iraqi Freedom both Israeli intelligence and U.S. satellite surveillance detected large amounts of military material moving from Iraq to Syria....not a panicked move...it was a well-planned operation conducted with the assistance of Russia, to which Iraq was $8 billion in debt, much of it for weapons. Russia was worried about what coalition forces might find.According to John Shaw, former deputy undersecretary for international technology security, the WMD were moved out of...
  • No Wonder We Aren't FInding The Iraqui Weapons.(Ex-spy fingers Russians on WMD)

    08/21/2003 10:51:24 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 14 replies · 267+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 21Aug03 | By Ion Mihai Pacepa
    <p>On March 20, Russian PresidentVladimir Putin denounced the U.S.-led "aggression" against Iraq as "unwarranted" and "unjustifiable." Three days later, Pravda said that an anonymous Russian "military expert" was predicting that the United States would fabricate finding Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov immediately started plying the idea abroad, and it has taken hold around the world ever since.</p>
  • Ex-spy fingers Russians on WMD (Russians helped Iraq hide WMD)("must read")

    08/20/2003 10:55:44 PM PDT · by FairOpinion · 45 replies · 1,049+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Aug 21, 2003 | Ion Mihai Pacepa
    <p>On March 20, Russian PresidentVladimir Putin denounced the U.S.-led "aggression" against Iraq as "unwarranted" and "unjustifiable." Three days later, Pravda said that an anonymous Russian "military expert" was predicting that the United States would fabricate finding Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov immediately started plying the idea abroad, and it has taken hold around the world ever since.</p>