Did you enjoy the stories about Osama and Saddam playing backgammon in Baghdad every Thursday afternoon? Did the colors in Colin Powell’s “mobile chemical war labs” Powerpoint presentation bedazzle you? Did Lecondel Rice’s “mushroom cloud” speech send shivers up your spine?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, the Apologist Press has got a story for you. Get ready to PISS YOURSELVES in FEAR!

 

A drawing based on information from inside an Iranian military site shows an explosives containment chamber of the type needed for nuclear arms-related tests that U.N. inspectors suspect Tehran has conducted there. Iran denies such testing and has neither confirmed nor denied the existence of such a chamber.

The computer-generated drawing was provided to The Associated Press by an official of a country tracking Iran’s nuclear program who said it proves the structure exists, despite Tehran’s refusal to acknowledge it.

That official said the image is based on information from a person who had seen the chamber at the Parchin military site, adding that going into detail would endanger the life of that informant. The official comes from an IAEA member country that is severely critical of Iran’s assertions that its nuclear activities are peaceful and asserts they are a springboard for making atomic arms.

Yep. Here we go again. We’re supposed to get ready to run off to war based on “information” from somebody who “saw something.”  No one has actually stepped forward and ADMITTED to having seen anything, and the “evidence” consists of a drawing, some “anonymous” sources, and a severely hyped-up mainstream media article. For Dog’s sake, at least Powell produced some ACTUAL pictures, even if his assertions of what the pictures meant happened to be bogus.

We lost 5,000 people (more or less,) and bankrupted ourselves, based on EXACTLY this kind of “evidence.” And then, as now, the Apologist Press led the charge. How many more lives will we continue to blow away based on unverifiable, can’t-say-who-told-us-this information? How much of the world will we consent to destroy based on a drawing and a bunch of hysterical MSM fearmongering?

All I can do is hope that the American people won’t put up with any more of this bullshit. And it more than likely IS bullshit.

After all, we’ve seen this before.

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