SADDAM: WANTED DEAD NOT ALIVE
Posted October 21, 2003 thepeoplesvoice.org
If you are
waiting for us to catch Saddam Hussein alive, you are in for a long wait.
It was no
accident that the kids were slaughtered instead of captured. What tales
would the father and sons have to tell at a public trial? And make no
mistake, the world would insist on a public trial.
would they have concerning Bush the elder’s complicity in the poisoning
and gassing of so many people? Would Saddam expose the Bush guarantee that
he would not intervene in a dispute over
? What would he tell about weapons and biological agents supplied by the
? Backroom deals?
Why do you
think W had the records of his father, Bush the first, sealed and off
limits although sufficient time has passed that they should be in the
public domain? Junior isn’t going to let Saddam or anyone else blow the
lid off the crime family’s secrets by golly. No, Bush wants him dead.
occurs to some that Bush DOESN’T want Saddam or Osama at all! Once he
loses his “bogy man” he loses his excuse to destroy and kill people
which would be a major loss for Bush and an extremely great loss for the
military industrial complex. There are reports that Saddam was seen being
spirited away, limo and all in the belly of a
military plane. The same story for Osama. Most believe he was taken out of
with the knowledge and assistance of the
But who knows?
I have another
question for you.
If they catch
Saddam, ALIVE, what would they charge him with? What crime did he commit?
Throwing out the inspectors? No, the
took them out. Failure to abide by UN resolution 1447? No, he did abide by
it. No weapons, no nerve gas, no nukes, no nuttin’. If they try him for
gassing the Kurds, Bush I would have to be a co-defendant. Invading
? You mean like we invaded
? Won’t play!
He has broken
no law or agreement. But we have, Bush and company has broken just about
every international law in existence, many times more criminal than the
man he’s after.
No, they are
just going to have to KILL Saddam. Dead men tell no tales. And you can bet
your watch that’s the order.
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