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« Reply #20 on: 21 January 2010, 18:23:22 »
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Oh yes, Iraq did not have WMDs.
We couldnt find them, but that doesnt mean they are stored somewherein a hidden cave.
Just assume that 1 or 2 officers who might know those locations, could be dead by now.

And I think there are relatives of 5000 Kurds who can tell you they sure had them.........
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« Reply #21 on: 21 January 2010, 19:16:28 »
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Oh yes, Iraq did not have WMDs.
We couldnt find them, but that doesnt mean they are stored somewherein a hidden cave.
Just assume that 1 or 2 officers who might know those locations, could be dead by now.

And I think there are relatives of 5000 Kurds who can tell you they sure had them.........


depends on what you call WMD's?
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« Reply #22 on: 21 January 2010, 20:55:04 »
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Nerve gas can be made of two simple common used components, its not that difficult to make them, nor does it take a long time.
The idea a country can make them on short notice and threathens to use them on a large scale( which they did before) is enough reason to attack Knipoog
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« Reply #23 on: 21 January 2010, 21:14:48 »
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Nerve gas can be made of two simple common used components, its not that difficult to make them, nor does it take a long time.
The idea a country can make them on short notice and threathens to use them on a large scale( which they did before) is enough reason to attack Knipoog


in that case they could attack ALOT of countries I think...
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