View Full Version : U.S. Shipped Deadly Nerve Gas to Saddam

11-15-2005, 01:06 PM
US shipped deadly VX nerve gas to Saddam Hussein in 1988 and 89. In violation of UN Security Council Resolution 598, in 1988 and 1989, the Reagan-Bush administration shipped deadly binary VX nerve gas to Iraq for use in its bloody war with Iran. According to U.S. military intelligence officers on the ground in Iraq after the U.S. invasion of that country, the U.S. covered up the presence of documents and canisters clearly showing the U.S. origin of the nerve gas.

U.S. military intelligence personnel discovered VX gas canisters at the Alcaca (or Al Qaa Qaa) weapons site. The Iraqi official who took U.S. military intelligence officers to Acaca even had the American bills of lading for the nerve gas shipments. The bills of lading also showed the Carlyle Group as the facilitator of the nerve gas shipments. These documents were scanned and videos of the canisters, clearly showing the U.S. serial numbers, were stored on DVDs that are now held by the 223rd Military Intelligence Group in San Francisco. The canisters were physically removed by British units in Iraq.

The Clinton and Bush 2 administrations never paid much attention to the presence of VX nerve gas in Iraq, according to a Defense Department intelligence source. This was because the nerve gas was sent by the Reagan and Bush 1 administrations and nerve gas has a "shelf life," whereby the U.S. maintained it could not be counted as a weapon of mass destruction under United Nations and U.S. definitions.

The Acaca weapons site was also the source for the 300-500 tons of high explosives, including HTX, that was removed by Iraqi troops after the U.S. occupation. These high explosives, including high oxidizing detonating materials, were then used in improvised explosive devices (IEDs) that have been so deadly against US and "coalition" troops and Iraqis.


11-15-2005, 01:14 PM
What's the old joke..."How does George W. Bush know that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction?"
"Because his father still has all of the receipts."

11-15-2005, 02:05 PM
That's like giving the Bloods free shotguns to kill the Crips and the thinking you got over with them.

11-15-2005, 04:04 PM
That's like giving the Bloods free shotguns to kill the Crips and the thinking you got over with them.

Not when you understand the true nature of the NWO:
Ordo ab chao.
Creating and perpetuating the conlfict is the foremost consideration.

11-18-2005, 10:46 AM
Hmmm . . . so its like easier to land on perturbed waters than on a glassy smooth lake with a pontoon plane? Or is it like when poeple are in confusion they are more vulnerable and suggestible?

11-18-2005, 01:52 PM
Ozzy, seems to me it would be more like selling your neighbor a shotgun because he had toldf you his mother-in-law was living in his house, then added that he needed to get rid of her because she was causing him and his wife problems.

Sadam used some of the nerve gas on the Kurds living in the northern part of Iraq. I understand they are, as a people, a huge pain in the posterior. The Turks don't like them, either, and refuse to let them enter Turkey.

11-18-2005, 01:57 PM
Yeah, I heard about that nasty stuff. One of his cousins, or something, was famous for killing with chemical agents.

In facxt i think that Sad-am Hussein was turned in by his own secret police when they knew there was no way out of Dodge alive, sherriff!

This proves that the govertnment can drive you crazy from the inside out, without putting galena in your Cheerio's, man!