A Leauki's Writings

If you are a left-winger or "peace activist", you may ignore this post. You don't believe that weapons of mass destruction have ever been owned or used by anyone other than Israel.

But if you are normal (or a right-winger) this might interest you.

Apparently Saddam's WMDs ended up in the hands of our friend and partner Turkey, EU candidate and winner of the peace activist of the year award for losing nine people in a blockade run which for Turkey was the equivalent of 911.

Chemical and phosphorus bombs have been employed by Turkish Army against Kurdish rebels, According to some Kurdish media outlets.

Turkish Air Force has been pounding North of Iraq for eighteen executive days.

“Arabic letters are inscribed on the seized unexploded ordnances, bearing very similar resemblance to the ones utilized by former Iraqi dictator in “ Halabja City, “ says the coordinator of an NGO, who declined to reveal his real identity for fears of retaliation and obstruction to the ongoing investigation.

The Turkish peace troops have also been accused of genocide, an accusation I naturally reject on the grounds that Turkey is not Israel and hence cannot possibly be committing genocide. Turkish leader Erdogan himself has said that Muslims cannot commit genocide, reassuring his friend Bashir from Sudan whom irresponsible imperialists are accusing of genocide just because over 300,000 Africans died while a few millions fled Bashir's militias.

Since the outset of decades-old Turkish imposing conflict in Southeast, more than 40,000 innocent civilians, mostly Kurdish women and children, have so far been the victims of coldblooded genocide.

Turkish military has stepped up its indiscriminate attacks against Kurdish civilians, carrying out contemptible war crimes. Turkish army is contravening all international conventions, laws and protocols pertaining to the rights of civilians in war, prisoners of war and enemy combatants.

"Decades-old" here refers to the time since 1982 when the current conflict broke out.

http://ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc2010/7/turkey2782.htm

I wonder what Turkey will do once they run out of Armenians, Aramaeans and Kurds...

 


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on Jul 15, 2010

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on Jul 15, 2010

Only brainless liberals doubt they exist.  They were told that by the liars in the senate and house after the Iraq war continued in March 03.  Being brainless, they of course have no way of actually thinking critically and intelligently.  But they do vote.

on Jul 15, 2010

Most people in the States don't realize that Iraq is 80% to even almost 90% desert.  During the first Gulf war, we would send planes over them to see if they had troops but it was too hard so we had to send ground forces to search for troops. You can hide anything there.

The Northern part of Iraq that is bordering Turkey is desert.  We know both Saddam and Turkey, want the Kurds to be exterminated. 

Finally, there are certain things that you don't want the public to know to prevent hysteria.

on Jul 15, 2010

The Northern part of Iraq that is bordering Turkey is desert.

Well, parts of it. Most is mountains. It's a desert of a type.

Parts are also impossible to reach and out of Baghdad's control.

As you know I am familiar with the region.

 

on Jul 15, 2010

Something can be easily hidden there, right?  I meant the Iranian border is desert.  I don't think that Saddam would leave a cache of WMD on the border there.  Just due to the animosity betweek Iran and Iraq. Thoughts? 

on Jul 15, 2010

Something can be easily hidden there, right?  I meant the Iranian border is desert.  I don't think that Saddam would leave a cache of WMD on the border there.  Just due to the animosity betweek Iran and Iraq. Thoughts? 

I really don't know. He had 13 years to make these things vanish while pretending that they still existed. All sorts of things could have happened. Some have apparently ended up in Turkish hands.

 

on Jul 15, 2010

Didn't Saddam have dealings with South Africa?  Yeah I know South Africa deals arms to a lot of people.  You bring up good points and I've enjoyed it.

on Jul 16, 2010

Only brainless liberals doubt they exist. They were told that by the liars in the senate and house after the Iraq war continued in March 03. Being brainless, they of course have no way of actually thinking critically and intelligently. But they do vote.

So you're 100% certain that they do exist? Were you there? Did you see them? Yeah, you're an independent thinker, alright. You're a robot compared to me.

You really are a goddamn cocksucking, motherfucking asshole.

on Jul 16, 2010

Infidel
So you're 100% certain that they do exist? Were you there? Did you see them? Yeah, you're an independent thinker, alright. You're a robot compared to me.

You really are a goddamn cocksucking, motherfucking asshole.

You have a reading comprehension problem I see.  And a bad case of potty mouth.  But then I have seen your new name for yourself, so I can understand your self loathing.

The only thing I am 100% sure about is that my previous comment describes you to a T.

on Jul 16, 2010

You people are making a leap of faith. You reach the conclusion that something exists just because someone says it does, but you haven't seen it.

on Jul 16, 2010

So you're 100% certain that they do exist? Were you there? Did you see them? Yeah, you're an independent thinker, alright. You're a robot compared to me.

I am 100% certain that they did exist, because I have met and talked to victims.

I had absolutely no idea what happened to them between 1990 and 2003. But I find it folly to assume that they vanished into thin air. I certainly wouldn't rely on that theory.

Now that I hear the news from Kurdistan, I think it's possible that at least some of them ended up in Turkish hands.

“Arabic letters are inscribed on the seized unexploded ordnances, bearing very similar resemblance to the ones utilized by former Iraqi dictator in “ Halabja City, “ says the coordinator of an NGO, who declined to reveal his real identity for fears of retaliation and obstruction to the ongoing investigation.

If this is true, we would both know where at least some of them ended up. No wonder Turkey didn't want to assist in the invasion.

 

But then I have seen your [infidel] new name for yourself

Rick, with a silent P?

 

 

on Jul 16, 2010

You people are making a leap of faith. You reach the conclusion that something exists just because someone says it does, but you haven't seen it.

I can personally confirm the existence of  a war in Iraq because I have seen it with my own eyes.

As for this particular incident with the poison gas, I am afraid I got my news the same way you get all your information about Iraq, from reporters of one type or another.

But do not that I trust Kurdish organisations FAR more than I trust the western media.

 

on Jul 16, 2010

Infidel
You people are making a leap of faith. You reach the conclusion that something exists just because someone says it does, but you haven't seen it.

So you don't think Saddam had anything?  He had stuff in the 80s and 90s.  Pyschology says past behavior predicts future behavior.  Saddam's past behavior predicts his future. 

Uday Hussein was the crazy one of the family.  He was reportedly the one trying to get nukes. 

There is also other ways of getting information other than news reports.  Do you think our intelligence community runs on watching the news?

on Jul 16, 2010

There is also other ways of getting information other than news reports.  Do you think our intelligence community runs on watching the news?

I thought his point was about us believing what we hear from the Kurdish news source, which is a "leap of faith", whereas believing what non-Kurdish news sources tell us is rational.

 

on Jul 16, 2010

Rick, with a silent P?

Funny. What language would that be, Russian?

 But I find it folly to assume that they vanished into thin air. I certainly wouldn't rely on that theory.

Sort of. They could have been destroyed.

 

 

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