Aj M asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 1 decade ago

What do the supporters of war argue?

I need some help with a paper, and i wanted to get some ideas!

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  • Mark W
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    1 decade ago
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    We argue the truth. Things the liberals never heard of or tell themselves.

    Iraq's arsenal of weapons of mass destruction was not captured by US forces who heroically brought down Saddam Hussein's regime three years ago this week. It vanished before they arrived.

    Israeli intelligence reported before the US-led invasion that starting in late summer 2002 Saddam's WMD arsenal was shipped by truck convoy to Syria. Recently, documents seized from Iraq after the fall of the regime were released to the public. Those documents revealed that under the direct command of former Russian prime minister and KGB boss Yevgeny Primakov, Russian Spetnaz forces oversaw the transfer of Iraq's WMD to Syria ahead of the US-led invasion. These reports have been corroborated by Saddam's Air Vice Marshall General Georges Sada.

    So rather than being destroyed or secured, Saddam's WMD arsenal was simply moved from one rogue regime with intimate ties to terror organizations to another rogue regime with intimate ties to terror organizations.

    Of course, American Media will NOT report this, it will prove Bush right, and then they would look stupid.

    Michael Moore, thanks:

    Friday, 23 June 2006

    When News Lies

    WHEN NEWS LIES

    Media Complicity and The Iraq War

    By Danny Schechter, The News Dissector

    A new book from Danny Schechter offers an up to date indictment of the role media played in promoting and misreporting the war on Iraq. It is an analysis of how and why the media got it wrong that pinpoints the failures of journalism and the collusion of media companies with the Bush Administration. The author of EMBEDDED: Weapons of Mass Deception (Prometheus 2003), an account of the TV coverage of the US invasion, returns with a more comprehensive, updated and insider look at the media complicity that Schechter argues "made the war possible."

    "Most of the anti-war movement focused on the crimes of the Bush Administration ignoring the mainstream media, its far more effective accomplice," says former network producer Danny Schechter (ABC, CNN). "The government orchestrated the war while the media marketed it. You couldn't have one without the other."

    WHEN NEWS LIES includes the feature -length DVD of the prize-winning film WMD (Weapons of Mass Deception). The book will also include the complete script as well as a discussion of the challenges of exposing media with media with a documentary. It chronicles the media war fought alongside the military campaign and the struggle to stand up for truth.

    Source(s): Google it: Saddam, WMD, Spetsnaz http://www.wmdthefilm.com/mambo/index.ph...
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  • 1 decade ago

    War is evil, hated, vile and absolutely necessary at times to preserve our freedom. The Iraq war does not fall into this category; WW 2 certainly did.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Even though people would like to believe they know everything and what is best for this country we don't always know. A month ago people were shouting Israel is bad Hezbollah is protecting the country. Now look at the mess over there. People don't know ****!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    we hate muslims.

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