How come the US never attempted to implement Un resolutions on
ISrael. The US did not go all the way in 1990 because it wanted Saddam to
remain as a counterbalance to Iran.
> From where I sit, I see the US government taking steps to knock out the
> capability to wage war, not mass murder. Saddam is the mass murderer who
> killed 100s of thousands of Kurds in his own country with anthrax and
> whatever else simply because they disagreed with him.
And the US government is the mass murderer who killed 100s of thosands of
Vietnamese simply because they chose a form of govt. with which the US
> From the media, there is ingormation that we did have and still do have
> soem of these weapons. Many are being destroyed under the provisions of the
> latest treaties, but I assume a few may remain. A more important question
> is have we ever used any of them? And I think you will find the answer to
> that is a resounding NO! Something saddam cannot claim.
No!! What did the US use in Vietnam if it was not chemical weapons. As you
rightly put it agent orange has had devastating effects which still affect
the ecology in Vietnam. All this is without counting conventional weapons
of mass destruction directly used or provided to dictators around the
world which have killed millions.
> BTW, when any of those weapons are used, the land is destroyed for use as
> farmland for many years; even for high concentration chemical farming.
Right you are.
> --Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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