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#22 Posted on 1.11.04 1750.26 Reposted on: 1.11.11 1754.05
Finding evidence that the claims aren't true is of course impossible, and you're being facetious to claim otherwise. Unless you'd like the poster in question to go question every single soldier in the Russian army who's been anywhere near Iraq.
But I think it's fair to question the source. It's like taking the word of some street-corner gossip magazine over "The Guardian". I don't know, but I take it by an earlier post this newspaper is owned by the Moonies? And with the multi-millionaire liar and cheat they have in charge, we're expected to believe a word they say?
You've got news from a pretty unreliable source, completely refuted by someone like Rumsfeld (who isn't exactly a dove), and with no actual evidence to back it up. It's just another example of the fervently pro-war lobby (which is pretty fucking huge) clutching at straws to justify their illegal and immoral occupation of Iraq.
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