Weapons of Mass Destruction

British Government's September 2002 dossier on Iraq [cartoon]

The Independent, 14 May 2011




The Independent, 13 May 2011




source: Iraq’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Assessment of the British Government, 24 September 2002



US official: A new event might surprise you the way 9/11 surprised us




excerpts from: U.S. Official on Upcoming NATO Ministerial Meetings in Brussels

America.gov, 12 October 2010

Foreign Press Center briefing with Jim Townsend JR., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for European and NATO Policy

Media Matters Catalogues Gibson-Bush Interview Spin, Omits PNAC!

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Media Matters Catalogues Gibson-Bush Interview Spin, Omits PNAC!

Bush gave an interview to ABC's Charlie Gibson, in which Bush referred to the "intelligence failure" about WMD as his "biggest regret". MediaMatters.org, supposedly a right-wing spin watchdog, ignores PNAC and pre-Bush Administration Iraq War plans, but notes the corporate media's failure to point out that there are many instances in the public record that make it clear that the Bush Administration was planning to go to war with Iraq after 9/11. The ones Media Matters notes include as the "Downing Street Memo”, Richard Clarke's statement in his book that Bush asked him the day after 9/11 to find a link to Hussein, his report to Condi Rice a week later that there was none, the Senate Intelligence WMD Inquiry, and other media reports.