The Antiwar Comic: The Misinformation War by TonyDiGerolamo in Comics

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Wow, so you didn't even read it.

The Antiwar Comic: You Know the Narrative by TonyDiGerolamo in Libertarian

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I'm not sure if you remember this far back, but after the Iran Hostage Crisis, the U.S. was looking to topple Iran and helped arm the Iraqis any way they (well, really we) could. It was the U.S. that helped Iraq obtain the mustard gas, which they did initially use in the Iran/Iraq war, but of course, you can't trust Saddam. He was a U.S. asset until he wasn't want, probably sometime around the time he invaded Kuwait. I've read some evidence that suggested the U.S. even gave him the greenlight for the invasion, then pretended like we didn't. Who knows?

During the lead up to the Bush II invasion, you might remember the whole Anthrax scare, which was total bunk regarding it's connection to the Iraqis. Remember, they pushed the mobile labs and drones (before drones were even a thing) flying to America and killing us all. I believe Rumsfeld had stock in the Anthrax antidote and people rushed to Home Depot to buy tarps and masking tape to "protect" their houses from Iraqi death drones that never, could ever, possibly happen back in then.

What I read was that Saddam had tried to build some kind of massive cannon, but couldn't finish it. He was on the U.S.'s shitlist, so you would have to be out of your mind to sell him nukes. So when you're talking about WMD's, you're not talking about Mustard Gas. By that point, it wasn't even on the radar. Even if the Iraqis had somehow saved a stockpile, it would be unlikely that they'd ever have the capacity to deliver enough of it into a populated area.

WMD's were about nukes, Anthrax and maybe more advanced Scuds from the previous war, but since one was fiction and the other two were probably supplied by us--- I'm pretty sure the Intelligence Community knew Saddam's only chance was hoping no U.S. president would be crazy enough to spend the money to depose him, since he was keeping a lid on the ethnic/religious tensions there. I also read that Saddam was looking into creating his own currency exchange so that the Russians and other countries could use something other than American dollars to buy oil--- Something the Saudis and the U.S. Admins would not tolerate.

Udo Ulfkotte, former editor of large German newspaper said that he was paid by the CIA in order to edit his articles and that the CIA owns everyone of any significance in the major media sites. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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After reading about Operation Mockingbird, I just assumed they kept doing stuff like this.

JUST IN: Twitter Bans James O'Keefe After Latest Round of Hidden Videos Exposing CNN by scrubking in censorship

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I'm so glad he's suing Twitter. Hope he wins.

Idiot Leftist Colbert says the MSM is not on the Left's side by scrubking in politics

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I miss the old Colbert. Tragic comedy loss.

Man Cusses Out CNN on Live Television For Making Things Worse as Community Gets Destroyed By Rioters by scrubking in politics

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Go get 'em, dude.

The Antiwar Comic: The Misinformation War by TonyDiGerolamo in Comics

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I believe they won't charge the guy who shot her because it was either a cop or a Secret Service agent and they've concluded it was justified.

The Antiwar Comic: The Misinformation War by TonyDiGerolamo in Comics

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No. I don't think so.

Too Much Coffee Man. The unofficial mirror of Shannon Wheeler's cynical view of this, our modern culture. by Chipit in Comics

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Awesome link! Thanks for posting it!

T and A: Babysitter by TonyDiGerolamo in Comics

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Porn? It's not porn.

Old School Dungeons & Dragons by Chipit in funny

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Classic. My old DM had a pool that was equal to a Deck of Many Things when you drank from it.

CNN Clown Stelter Argues Censorship Is OK When The Left Does It by scrubking in censorship

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I cannot watch Stelter anymore without hearing Mark Dice's voice.