How the Weapons Disappeared by George Bush

Written by Arthur Zulu

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But Bush has another reason, if you are an unbeliever.

Third reason. ‘It might have been transported to other countries.’

This isrepparttar tag line. So Saddam carried those weapons to other countries undetected byrepparttar 126000 U.S. satellites and allrepparttar 126001 intelligence agents? Did he transport them by air, land, sea or through an underground tunnel? (Kudos to Saddam—the Arab born James Bond.)

If this story is true, thenrepparttar 126002 world is not safe yet. Becauserepparttar 126003 unnamed countries—multiple axis of evil—would userepparttar 126004 weapons to precipitate ‘Armageddon’ just when we think thatrepparttar 126005 danger has been averted. Or if they have good intentions, or if they do not know how to operate Iraqi missiles, they might just return these weapons torepparttar 126006 next democratic government in Iraq. And thenrepparttar 126007 circus continues.

Now away from fiction. Letrepparttar 126008 truth be told. Did Iraq have any weapons of mass destruction prior torepparttar 126009 invasion? No,repparttar 126010 UN inspectors said so. Andrepparttar 126011 former U.S. weapon chief, David Kay, also supports it. Then was Bush right in going to war? Though he tried to invent reasons to justifyrepparttar 126012 war inrepparttar 126013 interview, it must be said that there was no justification for it.

In my controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream; I wrote that we are fighting terror withrepparttar 126014 wrong weapons. What causes terrorism? Such senseless wars and other injustices arerepparttar 126015 root cause of this evil. So we are not solvingrepparttar 126016 problem, but fueling it.

And this world will fare badly….

ARTHUR ZULU, an editor and book reviewer, isrepparttar 126017 author ofrepparttar 126018 controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that revealsrepparttar 126019 terrorists’ master plan to finally setrepparttar 126020 world on fire!)

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ARTHUR ZULU, an editor and book reviewer, is the author of the controversial book, CHASING SHADOWS!: A Dream. (A book that reveals the terrorists’ master plan to finally set the world on fire!)

The Tragedy of Cyprus -rescue by US marines of FBIS staff in a military coup

Written by A. Djev. Basharan

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Mrs. Weiss, Mrs. Clegg, Miss. Pat Werrell, as well as Miss. Elizabeth Seely did their best to make an even distribution ofrepparttar food available. Allen Clegg, a very small boy, who maintained a remarkable composure, did a wonderful job in helpingrepparttar 125999 ladies in their difficult task of feedingrepparttar 126000 hungry crowd. He was almost always around with a tray asking “Have you been served?” When I asked him for another very small helping, he sharply retorted “No second helpings, Sir.”

Butrepparttar 126001 highest credit goes torepparttar 126002 Marines in general and to their chief Ernesto (Gutierrez) in particular. I have never seen such a self-sacrificing young man in my life. He was on duty almost 24 hours a day. He never ran into a temper. He always gave usrepparttar 126003 best possible advice and kept us informed ofrepparttar 126004 tragedy that was going on outsiderepparttar 126005 station. He was so efficient that we soon felt and acted like disciplined soldiers under his command. I would like to call him a shepherd and us his flock.

As torepparttar 126006 tragedy itself, apart fromrepparttar 126007 intensive bombing and shooting that went on around and over us, I was not much scared, becauserepparttar 126008 Marines continually advised us on exactly what was going on.

On Sunday night Mr. Weiss gathered us inrepparttar 126009 corridor and told us that he had received instructions to evacuate onlyrepparttar 126010 Americans andrepparttar 126011 third country nationals. When we asked him what would happen to us,repparttar 126012 locally hired monitors and others, who had bornerepparttar 126013 brunt ofrepparttar 126014 past week as far as monitoring was concerned, he was so moved that he could hardly say, “I wish I could take you all with me. I will try to take you all with me.” But no sooner did he utter these words than he choked up. That very moment alone proved how sincere he was. Our confidence in him was reinforced.

At Mare Monte, whererepparttar 126015 evacuation took place by helicopters, Mr. Weiss wasrepparttar 126016 last to boardrepparttar 126017 helicopter, because he was struggling over an impossible telephone to obtain approval for us. When we met on boardrepparttar 126018 British aircraft carrier off-shore, we all wept for joy. We were all out of danger and Mr. Weiss wasrepparttar 126019 proudest man on earth because he had saved lives by defying rules and regulations.

On boardrepparttar 126020 British aircraft carrier Hermes andrepparttar 126021 U.S. warship Trenton we were excellently treated. No treatment could be more humane. I am over 60 and should know by now how important praying is. But I will never abandonrepparttar 126022 kind of intense and devoted praying I have learned from Mr. Weiss.

I thank God, I thank Mr. Weiss, and I thankrepparttar 126023 Marines. I thankrepparttar 126024 warships and I thankrepparttar 126025 FBIS as a whole fromrepparttar 126026 very depth of my heart.

Cevdet Basharan had enabled FBIS to be the first to brak the news of the above coup -his works include his book The Teaching of Modern English

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