Personally SPEAKING; with the Issue of Destroying Weapons Being a Major Issue Both at Home and Abroad, CHRIS CARTER Outlines Why He Believes It Must Be an Open and Transparent Process

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Personally SPEAKING; with the Issue of Destroying Weapons Being a Major Issue Both at Home and Abroad, CHRIS CARTER Outlines Why He Believes It Must Be an Open and Transparent Process


Byline: CHRIS CARTER

WHY does the free world still have to tackle Saddam Hussein?

Why does combating terrorism on home ground differ to that of terrorism abroad?

The reason we have to tackle Saddam Hussein has not changed one iota. For Saddam Hussein to dupe the world, and, more importantly, Hans Blix and his weapons inspectors, into believing that the destruction of his Al Samoud two missiles is a reassurance to the world at large, is remarkable, remarkable in that so many sincere people believe him. No-one, repeat no-one, except a complete psychopath wants a war.

To those of you out there who for, as I have said, sincere reasons, do not want to see a war, I am with you, I also ask you to ask yourselves what demonstration you have actually seen or heard with regard to these missiles being destroyed.

Of course, we all have been informed through the media that it has happened or, indeed, is happening. We were also shown their destruction taking place.

What did we see? We saw a lorry travelling down the road over a hill in an Iraqi army base. Contained on these low loaders were the shell casings of a rocket, it was then explained that beyond the hill which we were not shown, the missiles were crushed by a bulldozer.

It is not the shell that is dangerous, but the contents therein, ie, the fuel and the warhead. Conclusion: destruction of weapons of mass destruction? …

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