On the anniversary of 9/11, there was an attack aimed at the financial infrastructure of the country. It’s important that we don’t forget the fight going on in Iraq. It’s the single biggest threat to the U.S. economy, as I mentioned to David Williams on our daily webinar at RansomNotes.tv.
Turns out that maybe, given what happened to Gaddafi, Mubarak, and Assad, that perhaps the Bush administration was a bit farsighted in seeing the Islamist threat as represented by Al Qaeda as part of a larger threat of Islamic populism.
Turns out too, since the Defense Department is now giving out Purple Hearts to soldiers who were exposed to Saddam’s WMDs, that oh yeah, there were chemical weapons in Iraq— including sarin nerve gas— which could now be in the hands of insurgents like ISIS.
Ironically, according to Military.com, it was a New York Times investigative story that prompted the admission from the Defense Department of the exposure and a search for some soldiers who may have been harmed by chemical agents.
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