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[casi] Iraqi Water Systems.

Dear Professor Tom Nagy,

Thank you for honouring us with your welcome contributions to this
discussion. The eery militarism, which seems to have taken over, is
certainly a very grave danger. You mention camouflage outfits, near the
White House. Some, interested in propaganda, rather than the pursuit of
truth, will try to camouflage the arguments.

We understand the disastrous humanitarian consequences, following
destruction of water systems & other infra-structure.

You say DOD - Department of Defense? - does not admit to having directly
bombed the water systems. Those with suspicious minds, such as myself, might
suggest that there is a whiff of cover-up. Is there not some merit in also
listening to those who, independently or otherwise,
have witnessed/researched these issues, without being in the pay of the

This has been written in haste - I look forward to studying your arguments
more thoroughly. And perhaps you could kindly keep us further informed?

Good luck with your White House speech!


Bert Gedin (Birmingham, U.K.).

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