My name is Fred and I am a gay conservative living in Ottawa. This blog supports limited government, the right of the State of Israel to live in peace and security, and tries to expose the threat to us all from cultural relativism, post-modernism, and radical Islam. I am also the founder of the Free Thinking Film Society in Ottawa (

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Saddam-Al-Qaeda links!

First, we had audio tapes hinting at documents detailing more links between Saddam Hussein and Al-Qaeda.
NEWLY released documents seized in Iraq immediately after the American invasion in 2003 point to the presence of Al-Qaeda members in the country before the war and moves to hide traces of “chemical or biological materials” from United Nations weapons inspectors.

The documents were posted on the internet as part of a rolling programme by the US government to make public the contents of 48,000 boxes of untranslated papers and tapes relating to the workings of Saddam Hussein’s regime. Saddam is said to have routinely taped talks with cabinet members and intelligence chiefs.

John Negroponte, the director of national intelligence, was ordered by President George W Bush to release the material. Hundreds of thousands of previously unseen documents and hundreds of hours of tapes will be placed on the web in the coming weeks.

The first documents to be released offer tantalising clues to possible Iraqi contacts with Al-Qaeda. An Iraqi intelligence report dated September 15, 2001 — four days after the attacks on America — says Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban were in contact with Iraq and Al-Qaeda members had visited the country.

It claims America had proof that the Iraqi government and “Bin Laden’s group” had agreed to co-operate to attack targets in America and that the US might strike Iraq and Afghanistan in retaliation.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shocking! well, not really shocking, not even surprising actually.

Fascists support other fascists when it suits them of course.

Fascists in Canada will indirectly support Iraqi or Islamic fascists when it suits them.

In Canada they like to call themselves 'peace activists' but it's actually the absolute power over people that they really admire, and they speak in all earnestness about this. If they had power over the people they say they would save the environment, achieve some version of 'social justice', etc. etc.

Fascists dislike the power of the people - that's why so many refuse to accept that Bush got re-elected and make up stolen election stories etc.

5:32 PM  

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