Another pesky WMD translationJune 7 2006 at 9:10 PM
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Response to Ignorance is Blix, Part XXVIII...
Translated from Project Harmony. Addressed to Uday.
In the Name of God The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful The Republic of Iraq The Presidency of the Republic Saddam Feedayeens Secretariat The Supervisor of Saddam Feedayeens
The Respected Supervisor of Saddam Feedayeens
Salute and regards Sir
We received information that state the following:
1. A team from the Military Industrialization Commission when Hussein Kamel Hussein was conducting his responsibilities did bury a large container said that it contains a Chemical Material in the village (Al Subbayhat) part of the district of Karma in Fallujah in a quarry region that was used by SamSung Korean company and close to the homes of some citizens.
2. The container was buried using a fleet of concrete mixers.
3. Before the departure of the international inspectors in 1998 a United Nations helicopter flew over the region for two hours.
4. A large number of the region residents know about this container from the large number of machines used to hide it then.
5. It was noticed a non ordinary smell in the region.
6. No official visited the burial site through out the years which give the impression that it is not currently known by the Military Industrialization Commission.
7. Positions for the air defense were digged in the region that surrounds the quarry place without them knowing anything about the container. Also next to it are important headquarters like (Saddam factories-The warehouses of the Commerce ministry- Headquarters of Mujaheeden Khlaq).
Please your Excellency review and order what is appropriate Sir
Moohsen Abdel Karim Mahmood
What does piss me off is why the day after this was translated we don't have people out at the quarry looking for a big glob of concrete. Get an oil field services thumper truck out there and shoot some 3D seismic. We're leaving it up to civilians to translate the Iraqi intelligence documents, why not leave it up to Halliburton to find the WMD?