Friday, September 07, 2007

Yes, Iraq harbored terrorists, had WMDs, and was directly involved in 9/11

Don Bordenkircher spent two years in Iraq as national director of prison and jail operations. In this hard-hitting, straight-forward op-ed, he confirms that terrorists were, indeed, in Iraq prior to 9/11/01, there were weapons of mass destruction, and Iran is intentionally a player in terrorism attacks in Iraq.

He begins by debunking the Democrat claim that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11:
All known terrorist groups were in Iraq before the United States invaded to liberate the Iraqi people. They were harbored, trained and paid for by terrorist operations worldwide. Members of these groups told me this and I believe them.
He reinforces that the enemy is radical Muslims:
Our enemy is the radical fundamentalist arm of the worldwide nation of Islam. They use many names but embrace the same mission. Their mission is worldwide domination by fundamentalist Islam. They will destroy or kill anyone who does not convert to their Islam. They enjoy most destroying Muslims who do not share their vision for world domination.
He reconfirms there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq:
There were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. The warheads were shipped to Syria and hidden in the Bekka Valley. The majority of casings are buried somewhere in the thousand miles of desert in Iraq.
He exposes the mainstream media myth there is "civil war" in Iraq:
There is not a civil war occurring in Iraq. There has always been sectarian distrust and acts of violence between Sunnis, Shiites and Kurds. Iran currently arms, trains, advises and monetarily supports both the Sunnis and Shiites, as well as foreign terrorists in Iraq.
He confirms that neighboring Iran is meddling in Iraq:
The mission of Iran in Iraq is to destabilize the country and, when America leaves, assume control without firing a shot.
Don Bordenkircher is an expert at law enforcement and knows what he is talking about. He is a former Marshall County, WVa, sheriff; Moundsville, WVa, police chief; and two-time warden of the old state penitentiary at Moundsville. Read the entire article here.

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