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:: Lies about the Iraqi Threat
The State Department's December, 2002 fact sheet claimed that Iraq had omitted efforts to procure uranium from Niger in its UN weapons declaration. In his January, 2003 State of the Union speech, Bush repeated the claim that "Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
UN weapons inspectors have exposed the documents on which this claim was based to be crude forgeries. One letter has Niger's president citing Niger's 1965 constitution, but that constitution has been defunct for four years. Another letter dated October, 2000 purports to be signed by a Mr. Alle Elhadj Habibou, but Alle Elhadj Habibou has not been foreign minister since 1989. The same letter misstates the name of the government as the "Supreme Military Council," the name of the pre-1999 government. The US and Britain did not offer any further evidence to support the claim that Iraq attempted to purchase uranium from Niger, and the CIA has said it has been skeptical of the link all along. It is still unclear how and why the forged documents acquired credibility with the US and Britain.
In a September, 2002 news conference, Bush cited an IAEA document as evidence that Iraq in 1998 was "six months away" from developing a nuclear weapon. When confronted with the falsity of this statement, the White House claimed Bush was referring to an earlier, 1991 IAEA report. In the same conference, Bush claimed that a satellite photograph showed suspicious construction in Iraq.

1. Dont forget Iraq War !!!

2. Dont forget that dirty action by BUSH!

3. Dont let them forget us that occupation!