Saturday, November 17, 2007

Saddam's WMDs

Story here.

The MSM probably hasn't mentioned all of this. Probably is unaware, too.

It's definitely a worthy read. It's real good stuff, and weakens the anti-war crowd quite a bit more, though don't expect the MSM to do much about it.

And, may I say that the evidence strongly indicating Saddam's WMDs is far, far more convincing than the "data" provided by the IPCC to bolster its climate change theory?

Just because we haven't found physical WMDs and paraded them in front of the MSM doesn't mean that there weren't, or aren't, any. The article calls the evidence "near-smoking-guns", but at least it's more convincing than what the IPCC offers! And, remember, we have yet to witness this "catastrophic climate change" they swear is going to happen.

You'll have to read it and judge for yourself.

Here, however, is the summing-up at the end of the article to spark your interest (emphasis mine):

Saddam’s nuclear documents compel any reasonable person to the conclusion that, more probably than not, there were in fact nuclear WMD sites, components, and programs hidden inside Iraq at the time the Coalition forces invaded. In view of these newly discovered documents, it can be concluded, more probably than not, that Saddam did have a nuclear weapons program in 2001-2002, and that it is reasonably certain that he would have continued his efforts towards making a nuclear bomb in 2003 had he not been stopped by the Coalition forces. Four years after the war began, we still do not have all the answers, but we have many of them. Ninety percent of the Saddam files have never been read, let alone translated. It is time to utterly reject the conventional wisdom that there were no WMD in Iraq and look to the best evidence: Saddam’s own files on WMD. The truth is what it is, the documents speak for themselves.