Friday, January 27, 2006

Aliens Abducted Saddam's WMD with Syrian Compliance!

In a blogpost by Timmer, he refers to a book by General Sada in which our military man and publicist, posits the theory that Saddam dispatched his infamous WMD to "their ally" Syria, in the period when the attack on Iraq was imminent. The book, rather predictably, is called "Saddam's Secrets".

Timmer gets his common wisdom on this invaluably comical information from
an article in the New York Sun (why do all wacky newspapers the world over have the word "sun" in their title?) The article also sports an advert for "Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World": well, look no further.

General Sada (what's in a name!) is clearly looking to peddle some conspiracy theorist "literature" to that part of the world's population that still believes Saddam did have WMD, "we just didn't find them!", something even Bush or Blair don't believe anymore.

From the article:

The man who served as the no. 2 official in Saddam Hussein's air force says Iraq moved weapons of mass destruction into Syria before the war by loading the weapons into civilian aircraft in which the passenger seats were removed.

Travelling in style...

Mr. Sada, 65, told the Sun that the pilots of the two airliners that transported the weapons of mass destruction to Syria from Iraq approached him in the middle of 2004, after Saddam was captured by American troops.

Yes, the pilots wanted a small cut too!

"I know them very well. They are very good friends of mine. We trust each other. We are friends as pilots," Mr. Sada said of the two pilots. He declined to disclose their names, saying they are concerned for their safety. But he said they are now employed by other airlines outside Iraq.

Sure, sure...

Short of discovering the weapons in Syria, those seeking to validate Mr. Sada's claim independently will face difficulty.

You don't say...

The Syrian ruling party and Saddam Hussein had in common the ideology of Baathism, a mixture of Nazism and Marxism.

Syrian Marxism is really alive and well, isn't it? No, you twits! Mention Marx and it acts like a red flag to a bull...

Without the slightest shimmer of doubt this kind of story will quickly circulate and the rumour will die about as soon as, say, the JFK conspiracy...

No, then I much prefer the good old "T'wos aliens wot did it, wif big, big Uffoos!", with our without Syrian consent...

Sorry Timmer, couldn't help getting in here.

Coming soon in this series:

"Sadder was really the love-child of Bush Sr and Laura B.!"
"Intelligent Gravity: How God refutes Relativity Theory"

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