The Kensington Review

10 February 2003

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The White House warned us long before Secretary of State Colin Powell sat down to brief the UN Security Council that there was no smoking gun that proved Iraq was cheating on its commitment of disarm. But even if there had been, a great many of America's allies -- a loose use of the term -- would still hesitate to go to war. The case Mr. Powell should have made had nothing to do with the fact of Iraqi cheating and everything to do with the consequences of cheating. Click here to read more.

US intelligence sources say that the terrorist cells that hate America and its pals have increased their "chatter." By that, they mean that more intercepted communications suggest "something bad" may happen. The color coded scale of threat is a wonderful way to warn people that excuses responsibility, means little, and is almost certain not to save a single life. Click here for more.
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"Those are giants, and if you are afraid, turn aside and pray whilst I enter into fierce and unequal battle with them."
-- Miguel de Cervantes, in Don Quixote de La Mancha

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