CAPTURE DE SADDAM ? NOUVEAU MENSONGE DE BUSH ?
les palmiers ne mentent jamais et ne font jamais de dates jaunes en
, connu en botanique comme r鰯ndant au nom de Phoenix Dactylifera,
est un arbre tr賠ancien qui pousse en irak depuis des milliers d'ann饳
Il y a a peu pres 450 varietes (cultivars) en
Le cycle de vie des dates commence avec la pollinisation qui
en Irak se passe au printemps
La date est d'abord verte et non comestible jusqu'a ce qu'elle atteigne une couleur rouge ou jaune au plus atrd en Septembre
Les dates les plus tardives atteignent donc cette
couleur jaune au plus tard en Septembre
or La couleur jaune des dates qui apparaissent sur ces
photos ci dessous
illustrant la capture de saddam Hussein ne peuvent pas
avoir 鴩 prises en hiver !
les dates n'auraient pas 鴩 ainsi jaunes dans les
La photo montrant la cachette de saddam Hussein a donc 鴩
prise au plus tard en Septembre
au moment ou les dates commencent a passer du jaune au orang頼BR>
Si les fruits ne sont pas recolt鳼/DIV>
ils tombent au plus tard de l'arbre en octobre
Le Pentagon nous a donc encore servi un de ces multiples mensonges
en nous faisant croire que cette photo aurait 鴩 prise
Cette photo qui montre duex soldats americains
soulevant la plaque qui couvrait la cachette de saddam
(qui sourient d'ailleurs pour la photo... ce qui rend assez
peu credible la mise en scene)
Derriere ces soldats on voit clairement le palmier avec les
Comment se fait il qu'ils n'aient pas tourn頬a scene de cette capture en video ?
mais les photos trahissent la verit頍 ...
cette cachette de saddam n'a pas 鴩 decouverte
au dela de Septembre
Les menteurs du pentagon ont oubli頵n detail qui les
ils ne connaissent rien a la botanique
mais la nature ne ment jamais , elle !
Trees and Flies in the Ointment
Here it is:
clear photographic evidence that the alleged capture of Saddam Hussein was
staged More ...
and Flies in the Ointment: The U.S. "Capture" of Saddam Hussein, Axis
of Logic Commentary, December 22, 2020
By Les Blough, Editor
Dec 22, 2003, 11:15
the release of the news of the alleged capture of Saddam Hussein by U.S.
Troops, I spoke by telephone, with a very good friend of mine in Tehran, who
served in the Iran-Iraq war. I asked him what he thought of the
"capture". He replied, laughing himself, saying,
"Iranians are laughing about
it. In the orchard around Saddam's hideout, the dates are on the
trees!. Everyone in Iran knows that dates are harvested in the
hottest part of August. The dates on the trees and the color of the
trees tell us the photos of Saddam's hideout were taken in summer. This
is late autumn".
The foilage in the photos of "Saddam's Hideout" are in
obtained from Free Republic -
by Axis Researcher, Kevin Brooke)
My Iranian friend's assertions appear to
be confirmed by no less than the United States Marine Corps,
itself. Spc. Melissa Walther, reporting for
the Marine Expeditionary Force in Iraq reported:
"As the hot afternoon sun blazed down
from an intense, blue sky Aug. 5, military members of the Humanitarian Aid
Coordination Center took part in an ancient tradition of the Middle East:
the Date Harvest."
On August 11, 2003, The Coalition Joint
Task Force Seven also reported
their participation in the August date harvest:
"The dates are harvested every two to
three days and are taken directly to the local market to be sold, or are dried
in the sun and sold as an export product."
In Oil Overshadows
Iraq's Sweetest Crop on August 9, 2003, -Agricultural Pioneer reported:
"Taleb Obaid shakes his head at the
withered bunches of dates hanging from palm trees at his plantation on the
banks of the Euphrates River, in one of Iraq's most important date-growing
regions. "The insects have ruined my dates this year," Obaid
says, pointing to wispy strands in trees that should be sagging under a heavy
load of ripening fruit, but now flutter in the hot breeze. 'I'm worried about
the future for me and the other farmers around here who depend on dates for
their living.' Obaid's 150 trees, nurtured from saplings he planted 20
years ago, will this year yield 10 metric tons, around a third of a good
harvest. That mirrors the damage to the nation's crop overall. War interrupted
the seasonal routine of pollination, aerial pesticide spraying and
irrigation." [the effects of the U.S. war on Iraq's number 2 money-crop is
another story, but the time of harvest is again, confirmed by Ag-Pioneer.
In A Destiny With
July 28, 2003, Terry McDermott wrote for the LATimes:
"ABU AL KHASIB, Iraq--In the basin of
the Shatt al Arab waterway, it's 90 degrees at dawn and rising. They call these
midsummer weeks in southern Iraq the palm oven days because it's in the intense
heat of July that the sweetness of autumn is made -- the dates cook, the sugars
burn and the flavor cures. Kamal Ayoob Khaleel, one man alone against an
orchard of a couple of hundred trees, has this day begun the year's date palm
harvest, the first of the post-Saddam Hussein era."
But the date trees in the U.S. Military's
photos of "Saddam's Hideout" are only the beginning of the story that
could wreck the Neocon/Bush regimes nefarious plans for the Middle East.
But there is more ... much more ...
SCOOP (NZ) published "Is US Govt. Capable
Of Lying About Saddam Hussein?", an Axis of Logic
Editorial on December 19. Serious "Saddam Capture"
questions were were raised in that article, which was the #1 most read
Scoop over the weekend. Folks, this story isn't "growing legs" -
It's got legs.
Also, the read weekend news that the Kurds declared they had captured Saddam,
drugged him and handed him over to the Americans for the
multi-million $Reward is only one fly in the ointment of the Washington
On 12/18/03, David Adams, writing for The
Guardian (UK) asked "On December 17, in a Fox News interview, while musing about the alleged capture of
Saddam Hussein, Madeline Albright said the Neocon/Bush regime may reveal
bin Laden's capture as an "October surprise",
just before the 2004 presidential elections. We are now How did the US
confirm Saddam's identity so quickly?hard-pressed to find the actual transcript of those
comments on Fox News, but they are reported elsewhere, verbatum. The actual transcript
Fox News is now downplaying Albright's comments featuring
her claim that the comment was made "tongue in cheek". But
Fox News analyst and Roll Call executive editor Mort Kondracke. "She was not smiling,"
Austria's Joerge Haider called the
capture "slapstick" and a "real scam".He said that the US troops might have arrested
a Saddam body-double, saying that DNA testing did not prove conclusively
that they had captured the former Iraqi dictator. Haider told national
television: "This may be one of his many doubles." The former
leader of Austria's Freedom Party added, "The saliva tests they did -
mean nothing if they did not have earlier specimens to which they could compare
it." Jewish groups of course, are attempting to marginalize Haider
and his remarks as they have in the past - when he rose to power in Austria.
The entire story of the U.S. capture of Saddam Hussein
smells like sour milk. But the Neocon/Bush regime has gotten away
with many lies about the war in Iraq, with the help of the corporate/state
media in the U.S. Their story about Saddam's "capture", no
matter how fantastic, will be massaged into a believable myth for many
Americans by major newspapers, television and Hollywood, just as the myth of heroic Jessica Lynch have been played - and just as the stories
of Iraq's weapons of Iraq's have been used to lie us into killing tens of
thousands of Iraqi people.
However, until centralized power bottelnecks and
controls the Internet, the
truth will continue to be revealed by thousands of great alternative-news
websites around the world. The Internet is one phenomena that has
cast a fly into the ointment of the tryanny of the State/Corporate Media
that has ruled the minds of so many ... for so long. Look
for the government's strategic plans to throttle the truth in this great
medium in the future. Until then, activists for world
peace will continue to wage the Mother of all Media Wars - of all
time - against the fictions about the U.S. War on the Iraqi People and the
U.S. military's "capture" of Saddam Hussein.
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