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Monday, February 20, 2006

The filter and control what Americans get to see, read & hear mainstream media are suppressing news documenting existence of Saddam Hussein's WMD ....

The filter-and-control-everything hard-left mainstream media don't want the American people to know that there is new documentation of the existence of Saddam Hussein's uranium-enrichment program and the moving of his WMD to Syria, Lebanon and Iran before and during the Iraq War.

If they report this news, they will be proving all their screeds of "no weapons of mass destruction" for the past five years were WRONG!

Plus, they know that spreading this news bombshell would pull the rug out from under their arsenal with which to attack the Bush Administration and the Iraq War---and their newly-organized plan to force "pulling the troops out of Iraq now" and relocating them to other countries---to keep the U.S. and its Allies from winning the Iraq War the hard-left Dems and their allied MSM have declared to be already lost.

Heaven forbid that GWB gets to win another war and have credit for that win redown to him, Don Rumsfeld and our brave American troops.

Only the Washington times published an Editorial today on this important news, "New questions on Saddam, WMD," here.

You can read another column, "Media Ignore Saddam's Uranium Bombshell" among today's postings here, which includes the following excerpt:

"Tape recordings released over the weekend show that Saddam Hussein had an active nuclear weapons program at least as recently as 2000 - but the press has decided the bombshell development isn't newsworthy....

Despite the staggering implications of the audiotaped uranium revelation, only one mainstream media outlet had covered the news as of Monday morning.

Noting that Saddam's enrichment program was "totally unknown to U.N. weapons inspectors," the Washington Times editorialized on Monday: "It is apparent that the American public has much more to learn about . . . . precisely when Saddam's nuclear weapons programs actually stopped...."

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