Jacques Chirac To Be Investigated For Unlawful Nuclear & Arms Trafficking

SuperTool

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I don't remember anyone putting Interpol in charge of enforcing UNSC resolutions. So I assume this letter is in the trash already.
 

T2T III

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Great!! I guess Mr. Cirac is not complying because he has a deep, dark little secret to hide. :cool: :cool:
 

Nemesis77

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That is a complaint made by Judicial Watch Inc. to Interpol and Europol. It does not say anywhere that the French are being investigated.
 

SuperTool

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They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.
 

Jimbo

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Originally posted by: SuperTool
They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.

Not true. Did you know that the total value of American arms sold to Iraq by the US was approximately $200,000?

About the same amount as Canada sold them durring that time. :Q
Besides, The US NEVER sold Saddam WMDs.

That is dwarfed by the BILLIONS in arms sales by France, and the Soviets, in that time period.
 

SuperTool

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Originally posted by: Jimbo
Originally posted by: SuperTool
They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.

Not true. Did you know that the total value of American arms sold to Iraq by the US was approximately $200,000?

About the same amount as Canada sold them durring that time. :Q
Besides, The US NEVER sold Saddam WMDs.

That is dwarfed by the BILLIONS in arms sales by France, and the Soviets, in that time period.
So? There is nothing illegal in selling arms, or nuclear reactors, especially before the sanctions were imposed. Remember, under your idol Ronnie Reagan, US condemned Israel's destruction of Iraq's nuclear plant.
 

Jimbo

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Originally posted by: SuperTool
Originally posted by: Jimbo
Originally posted by: SuperTool
They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.

Not true. Did you know that the total value of American arms sold to Iraq by the US was approximately $200,000?

About the same amount as Canada sold them durring that time. :Q
Besides, The US NEVER sold Saddam WMDs.

That is dwarfed by the BILLIONS in arms sales by France, and the Soviets, in that time period.
So? There is nothing illegal in selling arms, or nuclear reactors, especially before the sanctions were imposed. Remember, under your idol Ronnie Reagan, US condemned Israel's destruction of Iraq's nuclear plant.
Then WHY did YOU try to use that argument against Rumsfield and Cheney?

DOH! :cool:
 

SuperTool

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Originally posted by: Jimbo
Originally posted by: SuperTool
Originally posted by: Jimbo
Originally posted by: SuperTool
They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.

Not true. Did you know that the total value of American arms sold to Iraq by the US was approximately $200,000?

About the same amount as Canada sold them durring that time. :Q
Besides, The US NEVER sold Saddam WMDs.

That is dwarfed by the BILLIONS in arms sales by France, and the Soviets, in that time period.
So? There is nothing illegal in selling arms, or nuclear reactors, especially before the sanctions were imposed. Remember, under your idol Ronnie Reagan, US condemned Israel's destruction of Iraq's nuclear plant.
Then WHY did YOU try to use that argument against Rumsfield and Cheney?

DOH! :cool:
I conditioned my argument.
I said: "in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney"
Meaning if you go after Chirac for pre 1991 stuff, then you should also go after Rumsfield and Cheney
 

sandorski

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Originally posted by: etech
Jacques Iraq aka Jacques Chirac:

We have all heard of how much oil and gas is in Iraq. Why did France think they needed a nuclear reactor?
Electricity and Research. Iraq already had a Nuclear Reactor for Research. Why should an oil and gas rich nation solely use oil and gas for electricity production? Besides, once France was fully aware of Iraq's intentions, France refused to sell another reactor after the first one had been destroyed.
 

sandorski

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Originally posted by: Jimbo
Originally posted by: SuperTool
They also mention arms and reactor sales that happenned before 1991, in which case they should also be indicting Rumsfield and Cheney, who were also good buddies with Saddam, and gave him plenty of arms, just so long as he was killing Iranians with them.

Not true. Did you know that the total value of American arms sold to Iraq by the US was approximately $200,000?

About the same amount as Canada sold them durring that time. :Q
Besides, The US NEVER sold Saddam WMDs.

That is dwarfed by the BILLIONS in arms sales by France, and the Soviets, in that time period.
You are correct, the US didn't sell WMD to Iraq. They did, however, sell the materials needed for WMD even after Saddam used said materials in the form of WMD.
 

AndrewR

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Originally posted by: sandorski
Originally posted by: etech
Jacques Iraq aka Jacques Chirac:

We have all heard of how much oil and gas is in Iraq. Why did France think they needed a nuclear reactor?
Electricity and Research. Iraq already had a Nuclear Reactor for Research. Why should an oil and gas rich nation solely use oil and gas for electricity production? Besides, once France was fully aware of Iraq's intentions, France refused to sell another reactor after the first one had been destroyed.
Such a paragon of virtue that they won't sell ANOTHER reactor to produce weapons grade nuclear material after Israel causes an enormous international incident with an act of war to destroy the first attempt by France to give nuclear weapons to a megalomaniac dictator.

Why should they rely on oil and gas for electricity production? Gee, I don't know, because they already have the entire infrastructure in place and have no need to rely on anyone else for expertise or any new, expensive structures that require constant, expert monitoring? Don't be such a naive simpleton.
 

sandorski

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Originally posted by: AndrewR
Originally posted by: sandorski
Originally posted by: etech
Jacques Iraq aka Jacques Chirac:

We have all heard of how much oil and gas is in Iraq. Why did France think they needed a nuclear reactor?
Electricity and Research. Iraq already had a Nuclear Reactor for Research. Why should an oil and gas rich nation solely use oil and gas for electricity production? Besides, once France was fully aware of Iraq's intentions, France refused to sell another reactor after the first one had been destroyed.
Such a paragon of virtue that they won't sell ANOTHER reactor to produce weapons grade nuclear material after Israel causes an enormous international incident with an act of war to destroy the first attempt by France to give nuclear weapons to a megalomaniac dictator.

Why should they rely on oil and gas for electricity production? Gee, I don't know, because they already have the entire infrastructure in place and have no need to rely on anyone else for expertise or any new, expensive structures that require constant, expert monitoring? Don't be such a naive simpleton.
So anyone who has Oil, Gas, or other fules shouldn't use nuclear?
 

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