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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Saddam had WMDs

Submitted by Another one (Egypt), Mar 11, 2006 at 19:00

Dear Wild.Wild.West,

Though i'm not much interested in conspiracy theories or hidden agenda topics as it's a dead
issue for discussion,and my only presence in here is related to"Islamic and religion affairs"
But i've done a research as you requested and here are the results in a shape of more references.

- "Evidence of a serious interests conflict in the US government over Iraq"

- Report reviews some the former link between Saddam and the USA government.

- "Justifications for war"

- "Blair believes God will judge him on Iraq war "
Just dig harder and you will find more reliable ones that supports your theory.

One last thing,do i smell sarcasm or is it my imagination only when you say "after all you are the only one they believe ! "
- It's not like i made a secret pact with the westerns or something,friend !! the majority of my posts in here were attacked,disbelieved,ignored just like any body else is"read my former posts".
- alittle hint though "reasonable discussion and rational disagreement can get you somewhere"
that's all i've to say.thanks for your confidence, hope i was worthy of it.
keep on posting the goodies...

Dear "western" readers

through my research on the very known Journalist "John Pilger" i figured up some facts,probably some of you are familiar with it :

John Pilger was born and educated in Sydney. he has been a war correspondent, film-maker
and playwright. Based in London, he has written from many countries and has twice won British journalism's highest award, that of 'Journalist of the Year', for his work in Vietnam and Cambodia. Among a number of other awards he has been 'International Reporter of the Year' and winner of the 'United Nations Association Media Prize'. For his broadcasting, he has won an 'American Television Academy Award', an 'Emmy' and the 'Richard Dimbleby Award', given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

So seems to me that the guy isn't a clown who is writing nonsense ,a well educated journalist,won many prizes,Few who attacked his writings "and i'd say their causes were lame and weak" lots who believed him.He has a very well spread credibility specially on the hidden agenda regards wars and invasions.

- That's the world wide web readers point of view,how about yours ?
- What other references do you suggest to collect information from,since those ones aren't much reliable ?

One more thing"which is more like a personal point of view" if i offered tons of web sites that "
for an example"reflects positive views about that guy,and only one site that rejects his ideas,calling him a crook .No matter how superficial,unaccurate that opposing site was..you will be attached to it ! Because it reflects what you do want to hear,maybe i'm wrong but that's how i feel.

Is it really a discussion "which means the agreement and disagreement principle are present" or is it a challenging contest built on proving how wrong the other participant is !

Points are : [and you are all aware of them well i presume]
1- just in the middle of the argument remember that you can't be right all the time,as well as the other side can't be wrong all the time.
2- As much as you can be proud of knowing you are right,don't be ashamed to admit it when you are wrong".that goes for both sides.

keep it always "logical"..peace

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