Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Missing Iraqi documents

The Americans have stolen (or possibly destroyed) the surviving manuscripts contained in the Iraqi national library, a collection which was the most extensive in the Middle East.  They have disappeared, and were last seen in the control of American troops.  Part of Iraq is in Greater Israel, and we have seen that it is consistent Zionist protocol to destroy documentary and archaeological evidence that might prove competing claims to the land required by Zionism.  Remember that the American troops mysteriously failed to guard the library, and it was set on fire in an arson attack.  The Americans are also still holding other, more recent, documents, said to have been used to blackmail Iraqi officials into supporting the occupation, and also probably demonstrating embarrassing ties between Saddam and the American government.