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> U.S. Used Mustard gas, Nerve gas, and Burning Chemicals on Iraqis in Fallujah

6 March 2005 01:37
As a Canadian, I feel that the American invasion of Iraq was ordered by a short sighted president with a hidden agenda. It is abundantly clear that the invasion was not carried out to bring democracy to Iraq as the American propaganda machine would like people to belive. However, after reading this article - I’d have to say that this is an example of propaganda at the other end of the spectrum. I am not trying to defend anybody here - but this story should be viewed with extreme skepticism and many grains of salt. I’m not saying that the use of weaponized mustard gas and (...)


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