Monday, June 12, 2006

More proof the libs are wrong!

Straight from Fox showing that Sadaam had ties to terrorists prior to the US and coalition forces going into Iraq.

The document, captured in Iraq but never before seen by the public, offers glimmers of new insight at the Pentagon's Foreign Military Studies Office Web site. The FMSO is a research and analysis center under the U.S. Army's Training and Doctrine Command.
This particular document mentions two men with similar names, each with ties to Pakistani religious schools known as madrassas, Jihad training camps, the Taliban and Al Qaeda.

Would this not also tie into what has been previously stated. That is, that Sadaam did host Al-Qeada training camps in Iraq. The same kind of training took place there as how the planes of 9/11 were high-jacked and destroyed.
Oh but I guess the left always forgets about that. In an interview with Sabah Khodada with PBS's Frontlinee a training camp for Al-Qeada was described. Eventhough the left has always cast doubt upon this former Iraqi military man, his story, and other defectors from Iraq has never been debunked or ever proven false. However, as time goes by, their stories are only strengthened by new documents being released to the public. In a National Review article by Christopher S. Carson does a pretty good job of sandblasting the BS away from the liberal media, concerning the above mentioned terrorist training camp Salman Pak. Say didn't that article say something about weapons of mass destruction?

In reading the "Correction" lamenting the supposedly nonexistent "verification" of Salman Pak, it's obvious that the Times forgot what the UNSCOM inspectors discovered about Salman Pak during the mid-'90s. Then-deputy UNSCOM chief Charles Duelfer, who now heads the Iraq Survey Group searching the country for WMDs, personally visited the terrorism camp around 1995 and saw the Boeing. "He saw the 707, in exactly the place described by the defectors," the liberal-leaning London Observer reported. "The Iraqis, he said, told UNSCOM it was used by 'police' for counter-terrorist training." "Of course we automatically took out the word 'counter'," Duelfer explained. "I'm surprised that people seem to be shocked that there should be terror camps in Iraq. Like, derrrrrr! I mean, what, actually, do you expect?"

Oh, pardon me, That was just a slight error on my part. *please wipe the sarcasm off your floor now* That's right folks during an investigation looking for WMDs, what was found, a plane with no wings laying out in the middle of a desert with no airstrip. That must be a helluva trip to the tarmac.

Wait, there's more. Abdul Rahman Yasin. Does this name ring a bell? Well it should. He was the glad recipitant of a government paycheck from Sadaam back in the good ole days of Clinton. He was the only one out of that terrorist cell from the '93 WTC bombing to remain on the loose. Of course you remember that fellow, however, you may be more interested to see an article in the TCS Daily. It can after all, be more specific and written much better than this redneck butt scratching neocon can do.



At 6/12/2006 9:19 PM, Anonymous Laura Harkins said...

Well hubby I guess what the lefturds have to say about this, like I said in my comment on msn, they probably will say you took this info from a biased source. I say BS to that! And again, take off the blinker you suckers!
Great post hubby! :)

At 6/13/2006 1:15 AM, Blogger HonestAbe said...

Sorry, but I couldn't find your email and I thought you'd be interested in this...

New Conservative Blog Alliance

So I'm trying to figure out ways to get involved with the blogosphere and it is tough. Running from blog to blog, finding people with whom I agree and reading their work, but also wishing that someone would read mine. Then I got this idea.

If you look around, you'll see all of these blog alliances. Well, what if there was an alliance where conservative newbies posted and read each other's posts, commented and encouraged each other? What if they recruited other newbies to join and read and post? I think the idea would work, but I need help. So I'm starting the Right Flank Newbie Alliance.

I'm inviting fellow conservative newbies to join me. All you have to do is take the logo in this post: You can get it here - - and add it to your blog (Please copy it and store it on your own page, so I don't overload) and add me to your blogroll or links. We will keep only members of the Right Flank Newbies under the image. Then send me an email and I will add you to my blogroll and you'll have a new reader.

Before you join, be willing to do these three things:

1. Read alliance member blogs every day (as many as possible).

2. Try to comment on as many posts per day as possible, but at least 1. Agree, disagree it doesn't matter. What matters is talking.

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If you want to do those things, grab the logo and let's get to work building each other up. Who knows, we might be famous some day. I look forward to hearing from you.

At 6/13/2006 2:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wait, so Abdul Rahman Yasin isn't at Yale now? I thought that's where all the terrorists were retiring to these days? :)

Congrats on the new blog, by the way. Once I tried Blogspot, I never considered going back to MSN Spaces.

At 6/15/2006 7:47 PM, Anonymous steve said...

Hiya B!

I like your place here, and it looks as if you're starting to find your 'tribe' here. I wish you luck with that.

Thank you sooo much for your support, especially recently while i have been unable to return visits. i greatly appreciate it!

Are you leaving MSN altogether, or just bloggnig here as well?


At 6/15/2006 8:46 PM, Blogger Carnivore said...

Steve, both places.


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