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MrFancypants Forum Admin

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#1 14 years ago

They did get rid of a dictator, but the backup of the rest of the world. They used, as BAM said, those WMD as main argument to end what seems more like personal thing to Bush than anything else. Who knows, perhaps it was a clever trick to shift the "war against terrorism" from Us-territory to Iraq.




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#2 14 years ago

yepyep.

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Lateralus

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#3 14 years ago
-Moldie-BAM, now come on, that was really uncalled for, they have found plenty of stuff and ridded the world of an evil dictator.

They've found plenty of stuff that was once used in conjunction with the chemical weapons that the United States sold to Hussein in the early 80s.

Saddam used the chemical weapons that Rumsfeld sold to him to gas a few hundred thousand Kurds. That's it. He used it all. That is why we have spend over 2 billion man hours in Iraq, only to find exactly one round. Moreover, the round didn't even contain sarin, it contained two compounds that, if combined with the correct catylyst, combine to form sarin nerve agent.

Oh, and by your logic, George W. Bush should be removed from office. Hundreds of millions of people around the world are convinced that he is an arrogant, corrupt despot who does not deserve to be in office. Nevermind what justifications they use; nevermind what justifications American supporters have for disagreeing.

So, when shall we expect the Glorious Revolution to remove the evil dicators of the world? For that matter, how does one define an evil dictator? Evil is an utterly subjective word, and dictator is defined simply as any leader who gives orders. Which, funnily enough, includes just about every current world leader. The same reasons given for removing Hussein could be just as easily applied to every single world leader today. Brilliant logic there, I tell ya.




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#4 14 years ago

To elaborate a bit on the pic attached in my last post...

That picture should be evidence enough that the current administration consists simply of corrupt, treasonous lying sons of bitches. Quoting the caption:

mustard gas and Tabun nerve gas had been used by Iraq against Iranian troops
American diplomats pronounce themselves satisfied with relations between Iraq and the United States and suggest that normal diplomatic ties have been restored in all but name

So, in 1983 Rumsfeld has no problem with rogue nations who use WMDs against enemies, no problem with a despotic tyrant who rules his country with an iron fist, and no problem with the horrible, painful death of hundreds of thousands of people.

Less than 20 years later, the story is completely reversed? Give me a fucking break. Bush + Cheney + Rumsfeld + Ashcroft = corrupt.

Vote them out. Vote all the bastards out. Try them for high treason against the sovereign people of the United States of America.

Regime change starts at home.




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#5 14 years ago

Pfff, I can make sarin gas in my cellar. *looks around suspicisouly*

You'll have to come up with something better than this.




Lateralus

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#6 14 years ago

'LIGHTNING [NL']Pfff, I can make sarin gas in my cellar. *looks around suspicisouly*

You'll have to come up with something better than this.

I can't tell which post you're referring to. Quoting the post to which you are referring is helpful.




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#7 14 years ago
'LIGHTNING [NL']Pfff, I can make sarin gas in my cellar. *looks around suspicisouly* You'll have to come up with something better than this.

Oh, it was you who learnt them how to make it. :lol: I agree, the sarin gas might have been made by unprofessional freedom fighters who wanted to get the Americans away from their country, that might explain why it wasn't effective.




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#8 14 years ago

I heard the Sarin gas was in an artillery shell, so I don't think they made it themselves. They just didn't figure out the right way to blow the thing up (luckily).




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#9 14 years ago

It was jerry rigged to blow on the side of a road, it was loaded into the head of an old 105mm artillery shell, although they arent sure whether its new (bought by the resistance) or dates back to the war between Iran and Iraq, the latter proving that Iraq does have WMD...although probably not as much as they thought.




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#10 14 years ago

I dont think they even knew that shell contained sarin. If I was them and knew I had sarin I wouldn't use it in a bomb alongside some road