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Incredible. Today Woolsey's co-conspirator Richard Perle seems to have added CANADA to the 'axis of evil' in need of 'regime change'. http://www.nationalpost.com/world/story.html?id=7A17A7DA-049D-465F-81FC-6679 3E9CFC9C excerpts: "Mr. Perle said U.S. officials believe Mr. Chrétien ignored Washington's call to arms against Iraq and permitted anti-Americanism to fester in the Liberal caucus because he does not have to face voters again nor live with the consequences of his actions. "There is simply no other way to describe the positions of some countries -- not many, but some countries -- which is to lend far more support to Saddam Hussein's regime than they may have intended by the positions they have taken.... There will be many people around the world, including many Canadians, who on reflection, if they have an open mind at all, will question whether their government equated itself with the right expression of Canadian values." "If Canada wishes to subordinate its moral and political values to President [Jacques] Chirac --so be it. Chirac and Chrétien deserve each other," he said. "I would like to believe that the people of Canada will say to Chrétien on his way out -- 'Why did you put us in this position? This was, in fact, a just war and look at what we now have learned [about] what life was like under Saddam Hussein and there are the weapons of mass destruction and how could you have done this to us.' " "If Canada wishes to subordinate its moral and political values to President [Jacques] Chirac --so be it. Chirac and Chrétien deserve each other," he said. "Mr. Perle did say the administration is looking forward to Mr. Chrétien's replacement by either Paul Martin, the former finance minister, or John Manley, the Finance Minister.. " more.. ----- Original Message ----- From: "ppg" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2003 5:16 PM Subject: Re: [casi] Administration Considering Former CIA Director Woolsey for Iraq Government > Where is the US Congress? > > http://www.cnn.com/2003/US/04/03/sprj.irq.woolsey.world.war/ > Ex-CIA director: U.S. faces 'World War IV' > > CNN > Thursday, April 3, 2003 Posted: 5:02 PM EST (2202 GMT) > > LOS ANGELES, California (CNN) -- Former CIA Director James Woolsey said > Wednesday the United States is engaged in World War IV, and that it could > continue for years. > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Nathaniel Hurd" <email@example.com> > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Sent: Thursday, April 03, 2003 4:47 PM > Subject: [casi] Administration Considering Former CIA Director Woolsey for > Iraq Government > > > > Source: Roula Khalaf and James Harding, "Iraqis fear Americans may run > > country after war", Financial Times, 3 April 2003, > > > http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=FT.com/StoryFT/FullStory&c > =StoryFT&cid=1048313411887&p=1045511312785 > > * The article mentions former CIA Director James Woolsey. Woolsey has > long > > vocally argued, absent credible evidence, the Government of Iraq sponsored > > sub-state actors to attack US civilians. > > * Woolsey has extensive ties to the Iraqi National Congress (INC). > > > > Recently, several high level UN officials have stressed the need to limit > > the US role and maximize the UN role in Iraq. Below are two related > > articles. > > > > The Financial Times (FT) is an excellent source for Iraq news, especially > as > > it relates to the UN. To access the FT's Iraq page, go to: > > > > http://www.ft.com/iraq > > * On the right hand side you will see an option for "Reconstruction". > > > > Source: Mark Turner, "UN spells out limits of US post-conflict rights", > > Financial Times, 3 April 2003, > > > http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=FT.com/StoryFT/FullStory&c > =StoryFT&cid=1048313453147&p=1045511312785 > > > > Source: Hugh Williamson, "UN must lead postwar efforts in Iraq, says food > > chief", Financial Times, 2 April 2003, > > > http://news.ft.com/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=FT.com/StoryFT/FullStory&c > =StoryFT&cid=1048313409078&p=1045511312785 > > > > Nathaniel Hurd > > Non-governmental Consultant on United Nations' Iraq policy > > Tel. 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