The Link

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 5, 2008 by rightwinger

This is the official The Link: The Secret Relationship between Saddam and al Qaida web site.

The Link provides new evidence regarding:

* Saddam and al Qaida were working together since 1990

* Iraq was financing, training, and carrying out operations with al Qaida since the 1990’s

* al Qaida and the Arab Mujahideen were located in Iraq since 1995

* Saddam in his own words says he gave the order for the 1993 World Trade Center attack.

* An Iraqi agent met with a 9/11 hijacker prior to the 9/11 attack

* WMDs were in Iraq up until Operation Iraqi Freedom

cover_art_white10What you think you know about the Saddam and al Qaida link, you don’t.  The main stream media has deliberately not investigated the al Qaida and Saddam link in order to defame President Bush and keep a lie in tact.  The Link details the facts that Saddam was training, financing, and carrying out operations with al Qaida since the early 1990’s.  The Link is based on Iraqi memos, transcripts, and documents that were recovered by the US military during Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Over 100 pages of Iraqi memos and transcripts are included in the Appendix as well as court cases dealing with al Qaida.  If you think you can handle the truth that has been suppressed by the main stream media until now, you must buy The Link.

See What Others Have Said:

“Louis Fairmont’s impressive research conclusively establishes a direct operational link between Saddam Hussein’s government and al-Qaeda. The controversy over this connection can now be put to rest.”

Daniel Pipes, Middle East Forum

“Louis Fairmont has unleashed the truth about the War on Terrorism in this dynamic new book. As an Anti-Terror/Force Protection specialist, I strongly recommend this book in order to understand why the United States was fully justified in the Iraq War. Saddam Hussein was a clear and present threat to the security of the United States and the free world.”

– Steven J. Lucks, Captain US Navy (retired)

“The Link” provides a well-researched in-depth analysis of Sharia law, the driving force behind the spread of radical Islam, and its influence on society. It is a good educational tool that should be used by Westerners who, for the most part, are completely ignorant of the grave danger that could end Western civilization as we know it.

– Khalim Massoud,President, Muslims Against Sharia

Watch the video on WMDs in Iraq in 2001
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Watch the video about al Qaida being in Iraq in 1995

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New Evidence Released in an Interview Confirms The Link

Posted in Uncategorized on August 1, 2009 by rightwinger

Mark Eichenlaub recently interviewed a civilian who interrogated high value detainees in the Saddam Hussein regime.  The interview confirms the evidence revealed in The Link.  To read more click here to read the full interview.

George W Bush’s office Calls

Posted in Uncategorized on August 1, 2009 by rightwinger

George W Bush’s office called me a few weeks ago just letting me know that ex-president George W. Bush hopes my book is great success and he sends his best wishes.  I sent my book to him asking for a statement.  Apparently he and Karl Rove are under confidentiality agreements for their own books.  They cannot comment until their books have been released.

No WMDs in Iraq? Not Quite!

Posted in Uncategorized, WMDs with tags on January 18, 2009 by rightwinger

During President Bush’s farewell he said that there were no WMDs in Iraq, but the Iraqi memos and transcripts retrieved by the US military paint a very different picture. In fact WMDs were in Iraq. I was told by a Captain of the US Navy who was in Iraq that there were WMDs and that President Bush did not want it made public. Why? Most likely because of national security reasons. When the yellowcake was sent to Canada to be demilitarized, it was kept quiet in order to protect the yellowcake from being intercepted.  I was told that some of the yellowcake from Iraq ended up in Iran. This is probably another reason the truth about the WMDs has not been publicly released.  I was in the United States Air Force in the 1990’s and held a Top Secret Clearance.  We were not able to talk to anyone about the classified information we knew until is was publicly released.  Once we saw it on CNN, we could talk about it.  Ok, so if this information was released March 2008, but totally suppressed by the Pentagon and main stream media, as far as Bush knew the information was still classified.  Another reason is because the person in charge of the Agricultural Department for Saddam was also the head of the WMD program.  Why is this important?  Well lots of the WMDs were stored as fertilizers or pesticides, but could easily be tranferred into WMDs as needed.  This threat was described by Rolf Eckeus the first lead UN inspector.

From chapter 4 of The Link:

The truth is Iraq began its biological weapons laboratory in the mid-1970’s. “At Saddam’s request, Izzat al-Douri, a high-ranking Baath official who served on the Revolutionary Command Council as minister of agriculture, traveled to Paris in November 1974 where he signed a contract with France’s Institut Merieux to set up Iraq’s first bacteriological laboratory.” After getting the biological agent laboratory up and running, in 1975 Saddam began working on chemical weapons. Saddam sought the means to produce poison gases such as mustard, Tabun, and Sarin. Under the guise of agricultural development the manufacturing of lethal phosphorus based pesticides began. These pesticides had been banned in other Western countries due to their lethal qualities. It turns out Sarin and Tabun are made from phosphorus materials. Iraq had large natural phosphate deposits near the Syrian border.

From ch 10 of The Link:

Transcript ISGQ-2003-00003598 is dated January 4, 2001, so its just eight months before the September 11, 2001 attacks. Saddam was concerned that the U.S. might bomb Iraq. This transcript describes that the Iraqi leadership was concerned that Iraq’s chemical and biological weapons sites may be bombed. The Iraqi Intelligence Service had learned that the American weapons manufacturers were developing bombs that were able to “penetrate deeply into the ground or concrete.” The transcript says that if one of these sites was hit and not completely annihilated by the blast, then the chemical and biological weapons could “be detected from the air by some hazardous airborne substances.” The transcript goes on to boast that “some targets are mobile, and Iraq has proven that it moved throughout the country very expansive equipment and data to evade United Nations’ weapons inspection teams. Still, precision is essential and fundamental to the Americans if they want to strike vital targets while minimizing civilian losses simultaneously.” (Appendix, Figure 66) Clearly Saddam still had both chemical and biological weapons as of the writing of this memo, January 4, 2001. The memo proves that Saddam used mobile units to produce biological and chemical weapons and to evade UN weapons inspectors.

Rolf Ekeus, the leader of the first UN Inspections Team to go into Iraq, warned that these production facilities were the biggest threat. The reason is that chemical and biological weapons can lose their potency over time, but having production facilities that can quickly produce the agent and move them to where they are needed is the most serious threat. Rolf Ekeus warned in 2003 that “This combination of researchers, engineers, know-how, precursors, batch production techniques and testing is what constituted Iraq‘s chemical threat — its chemical weapon. The rather bizarre political focus on the search for rusting drums and pieces of munitions containing low-quality chemicals has tended to distort the important question of WMD in Iraq and exposed the American and British administrations to unjustified criticism. The real chemical warfare threat from Iraq … is the chance that Iraqi chemical weapons specialists would sign up with terrorist networks such as al Qaida…. While biological weapons are not easily adapted for battlefield use, they are potentially … more devastating as a means for massive terrorist onslaught on civilian targets.”

What biological weapons were being produced? Well Colin Powell said that anthrax and botulinum toxins had been produced. We know from the attacks on the Kurds that Saddam also had typhoid spores and cholera. Colin Powell goes on to warn, “In fact, they can produce enough dry biological agent in a single month to kill thousands upon thousands of people. And [a] dry agent of this type is the most lethal form for human beings.” Another more chilling fact is that Iraq was producing weaponized anthrax. When Iraq finally admitted to having biological weapons in 1995 the quantities were large. Colin Powell continued by explaining that less than a teaspoon of dry anthrax could cause catastrophic results. He gave the example of when the United States Senate was shutdown in the fall of 2001 because of an envelope with less than a teaspoon of anthrax. Several hundred people had to receive emergency medical care, and the two postal workers who handled the envelope were killed.

Kevin M. Woods, and James Lacey, Iraqi Perspectives Project: Saddam and Terrorism: Emerging Insights From Captured Iraqi Documents, Volume 5, 79.

Rolf Ekeus, “The Washington Post,” The Washington Post 29 June 2003.

Con Coughlin, Saddam His Rise and Fall, 1st Harper Perennial Ed., Fully Updated and Rev. ed. New York, NY: Harper Perennial, 2005, 127.

Ibid., 128-129.

Gates Stays on at Pentagon

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on December 23, 2008 by rightwinger

I find it interesting that Obama decided to leave Gates in charge at the Pentagon. Just remember how the Pentagon report on Saddam was suppressed by the main stream media. Someone at the Pentagon put No Smoking Gun on page one of the Summary of the report. The mainstream media picked up on it and never read past page one of the report. Why? Because what is in the Pentagon report on Saddam does not go along with the media’s narrative of there being no link between Saddam and al Qaeda.  Someone put no smoking gun on page one and leaked this to the press before the report was released.  The media did as it was told and lifted these lines while ignoring the truth within the report.

How could there be a cover-up when Bush was in office? Bush never cleaned out all the Clinton holdovers. The same Democrats constantly undermined the Bush administration. Is it any wonder that Obama left the Pentagon alone? I think that powerful Democrats told Obama we have control of the Pentagon, so leave Gates and it will look like an act of bipartisanship.  Bush did keep America safe for eight years.  Since Obama is perceived as weak on foreign policy it will give the appearance of strength and stability.

WASHINGTON — President-elect Barack Obama has decided to keep Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates in his post, a show of bipartisan continuity in a time of war that will be the first time a Pentagon chief has been carried over from a president of a different party, Democrats close to the transition said Tuesday.

Read the NY Times article for yourself.