[eDebate] korcok: smoking gun white house memo
Sun Jul 2 13:51:53 CDT 2006
cited by republican representative walter jones in his recent critique of
the war failure. as long as saddam all of this deception of the public and
fabrication of evidence that violates the principles of debate is OK, right
see the video of the 2 republican representatives turning against the war:
here's korcok's next justified piece of deception so long as saddam is gone
at any cost to democratic decisionmaking:
WHAT THE WHITE HOUSE MEMO SAYS:
President Bush to Tony Blair: "The US was thinking of flying U2
reconnaissance aircraft with fighter cover over Iraq, painted in UN colours.
If Saddam fired on them, he would be in breach"
Bush: "It was also possible that a defector could be brought out who would
give a public presentation about Saddam's WMD, and there was also a small
possibility that Saddam would be assassinated."
Blair: "A second Security Council Resolution resolution would provide an
insurance policy against the unexpected and international cover, including
with the Arabs. "
Bush: "The US would put its full weight behind efforts to get another
resolution and would 'twist arms' and 'even threaten'. But he had to say
that if ultimately we failed, military action would follow anyway.''
Blair responds that he is: "solidly with the President and ready to do
whatever it took to disarm Saddam."
Bush told Blair he: "thought it unlikely that there would be internecine
warfare between the different religious and ethnic groups."
Last year, your efforts forced the Downing Street Memos into the U.S. media.
Let's do the same with the new "White House Memo". This memo - reported by
British scholar Phillipe Sands in his book "Lawless World" - is a smoking
gun exposing pre-war lies. It reveals that Bush and Blair agreed on war in
January 2003 - not March 2003, as they insist. It also reveals they knew
there was no legitimate case for war, that Bush was hoping to assassinate
Saddam Hussein, and that Bush was so desperate to provoke a war that he even
proposed painting US planes to look like UN planes and flying them low over
Iraq in hopes of getting shot at - which he thought would be grounds for
The international media has covered this story extensively. In the U.S., the
AP has sent out two articles, but few papers have printed them. See media
coverage thus far.
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