CBS News first identified Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi as "Curveball" in a 2007 investigation of "one of the deadliest con jobs of our time."
Although U.N. inspectors found no evidence to back up al-Janabi's claims of a biological weapons program, the Bush administration still relied on the bogus evidence to start a war that's led to over 100,000 deaths (plus millions of refugees fleeing the terror which we call war )
And the wars could cost the US as much as $4 trillion to $6 trillion ( that is five hundred thousand million dollars plus eleven times the same amount of five hundred thousand million dollars )
If the US government was militarily weak like Switzerland, even if Al-Janabi lied to us, would the US government have had the power to go to war against Iraq and if it could not, today we would have saved trillions of dollars ( projected ) and saved hundreds of thousands of lives
including saving the lives of tens of thousands of our soldiers who have either died horrifying deaths or were injured or maimed or are suffering from PTSD
and valuable resources could have been directed to saving millions of Americans lives because right now, millions of Americans are dying every few years while cancer funding research is being cut right now
- RonPaulForums.com is an independent grassroots outfit not officially connected to Ron Paul but dedicated to his mission. For more information see our Mission Statement.