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26 December 2005
Official version of Pres. Saddam Hussein's capture is "fiction"
Nadim Abou Rabeh, a former marine of Lebanese descent, has claimed that the official version of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's capture was a fabrication. He was actually taken on the 12th December 2003 and not the day after as the Americans officially claim.

The president was actually living in a small house, and not a hole in the ground. Furthermore, when the American unit arrived, the President helped mount a fierce resistence that led to the death of one marine. He only surrendered when the American unit, which contained eight Arabic speakers, shouted to him that further resistence was futile.

I have no idea if this story is true or not, but clearly it would be in the interests of the aggressors to present their enemy as cowering in a hole, instead of blasting away with a weapon at his country's enemies.

And I suppose Hitler didn't meekly commit suicide in his bunker as well, eh?

The "president?"

Uh, how about the dictator?

Oh my. You are so "open minded" that everything of value - that is, things thatt require discretion - fell out long ago.

And now you are empty headed.

26 December 2005 at 17:44  

...And we have a winner!!

Say what you want about the murdering fuck (besides that he has to swing from the end of a rope): he is a man to the end.
Unlike little King Georgie.

27 December 2005 at 10:22  

A conspiracy tight enough to prevent your version of the event (if it were true) from getting out would have to be limited to a very few persons. Therefore, your notion is highly implausible.

"Three can keep a secret if two of them are dead." -- author unknown.

27 December 2005 at 18:09  

That may be logical and true enuff -- but it's not really true in the real world generally, where merely the threat of ending up a corpse -- or just losing your pension, and maybe your liberty -- are often enuff to keep the lid on even the biggest conspiracies. Watch the lies around S11 (9/11) unravel. A lot more people are involved there. And don't forget the coup of 1963-11-22. I hear that many still believe the official story of a "lone gunman".
Talk about mass delusion.

Hell, the U.S. Empire and capitalism itself are the hugest conspiracies, on a mass scale, where most of the entire population more or less conspires in its own thralldom out of mindless fear, most of the time. The whole system depends on its thick tissue of open lies, day in and day out. Just watch TV. Or go to work or school.

Who but the brave few speak out?

29 December 2005 at 00:43  

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