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28/9/2003
22:28
Classic Phil... T Shirt bloody expensive though!!!
analcime
28/9/2003
22:19
Classic Phil... T Shirt bloody expensive though!!!
analcime
28/9/2003
22:11
Try typing 'Weapons of Mass Destruction' into the Google search engine and then hitting the 'I'm feeling lucky' button instead of 'search', or alternatively............ WMD
philmiboots
20/4/2003
17:46
Maybe it was only a weapon of mass distraction!
zuke.
20/4/2003
17:42
Well here we are the ' war ' now won . Just a small matter of finding the evidence for the main justification for starting it. Would have thought all those mobile chemical labs in freight trains and lorrys shouldn't be too difficult. Anyway I'm sure the Americans will ' find ' some soon ----- even if they have to peel off the ' made in the U.S.A ' label first.
marwalker
05/1/2003
12:58
Removed I wrote when drunk and just a bit to scary
paul investor
05/1/2003
12:36
Nevada, True, but they where using Mustard gas and Sarin for 5 years agains't Iran and the Kurds and they had to plead for peace against the Iranians and rebellion in the Kurdish regions increased. Plus at that time they had total Air Control over Iran and the Kurds. Know they have air control over nobody, even their own country. By the way at the time of the Kurdish attack America through Rumsfield was still encouraging the use of chemical weapons again'st Iran. Paul
paul investor
05/1/2003
04:31
PaulInvestor NOBODY has a copy of the 1918 virus.
yf23_1
05/1/2003
00:53
which begs the question I suppose ... do they still have these? If not who does?
vanie
04/1/2003
20:56
If none are found, presumably the Americans will give him some or maybe they are trying to fing those given to Saddam previously.
adriand
04/1/2003
20:49
March 16, 2001 Anniversary of the Halabja Massacre Today marks the thirteenth anniversary of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons attack on Halabja, a predominantly Kurdish city in northeastern Iraq. On March 16, 1988, an estimated 5,000 civilians were killed and 10,000 injured when Iraqi air forces bombarded Halabja with mustard and other poison gases. Thirteen years after the massacre, the people of Halabja still suffer from very high rates of serious diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders, birth defects and miscarriages. Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons attack on Halabja was not an isolated incident. It was part of a systematic campaign ordered by Saddam Hussein and led by his lieutenant, Ali Hassan al-Majid, the infamous "Chemical Ali," against Iraqi Kurdish civilians. International observers estimate Iraqi forces killed 50,000 to 100,000 people during the 1988 campaign known as "Anfal" which means "the spoils." Further, the Iraqi regime also killed thousands of Iranians with chemical weapons during the Iran-Iraq War from 1983 to 1988. We are working towards the day when those ultimately responsible for the decision to order the poison gas bombardment of Halabja can be brought to justice before an international tribunal, in a free and democratic Iraq, or wherever they may be found. These crimes will not be forgotten. As we remember Halabja, we wish to reaffirm to ourselves and the international community that Saddam Hussein's regime must never be permitted to rebuild its programs for the development of weapons of mass destruction.
nevada
04/1/2003
20:42
paul inv` sorry you`re wrong, it was chemicals including nerve agents,mustard and cyanide gasses that killed the people of Halabja and they were delivered by conventional bombs. Obviously deadly against unprotected troop formations.
nevada
04/1/2003
18:50
hv - you are danger to society
hong kong phuey
04/1/2003
18:41
I do not think chemical weapons are the big problem you need massive delivery systems to have much impact with them. Biological Warfare (especially viral warfare, because anti-biotics do not work on them) could be devestating and indiscriminate the 1918 flu killed more people than died in both world wars and the delivery systems are just humans travelling. I think if Iraq has them due to Rumsfield, it would probably be there last act before collapsing after invasion, due to them being totally indiscriminate on who they kill. I do not think they have the smallpox virus though, as it is held in only a few resticted sites in the world.
paul investor
04/1/2003
17:52
nevada, With apologies, by the way, who won? (must put more water with it!) ignoble
ignoble
04/1/2003
17:31
Supply drop them some just before we go in. Don`t give em time to use them though. ignoble the war of independence was against us
nevada
04/1/2003
14:20
Even better idea,persuade them that telewest is a really good buy,as the price goes up we sell and get our money back,after 2years sadams bankrupt, a win win situation.
trotting10
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