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Re: [casi] Where is the 1999 UNICEF report???



Hi Dirk and all,
Who can give you the answer?
It is not the first time in which an important report full of facts is lost.
We all know that who ORDERED to hide this report and others.
You and other friends know that any fact about Iraq has no place in
US-Western media. Even if you tried to find a report pro Iraq or against
blockade through you will spend hours even if you are searching in the UN
agencies. They know very well how to hide it.
Yes, it is (part of the preparations for war: "format the brains of the
people, remove all useful information that could lead to protests.") but of
course , they are trying to format those brains who once discovered the
truth far from the misleading of their media.
Again, we all know the power after this, BUTů
Regards
Nermin



----- Original Message -----
From: "Dirk Adriaensens" <dirk.adriaensens@skynet.be>
To: <soc-casi-discuss@lists.cam.ac.uk>
Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2002 10:05 PM
Subject: [casi] Where is the 1999 UNICEF report???


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> Hello all,
> how come we don't have access anymore to the 1999 UNICEF-report?
> Child and Maternal Mortality Survey 1999: Preliminary Report (July, August
1999).
> Is this a mistake, or is it part of the preparations for war: "format the
brains of the people, remove all useful information that could lead to
protests."
> Who can answer me?
> Greetings.
> Dirk Adriaensens.
>
>
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