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CBC - The lies that led to war

March 19, 2007


Zealiot  -  March 20, 2007, 01:14
Thumbs UP! Highly recommended
pre  -  March 20, 2007, 03:45
"iraq had no ties to 911 or osama bin laden"? please get real. what other action can you do when a country openly funds an attack on the US.
PBD  -  March 20, 2007, 05:05
Pre, you get real. Even the bush administration has admitted there was no tie whatsoever to osama bin laden.
Swed (guest)  -  March 20, 2007, 18:57
unfortunately too many Americans are still in denial. Until the so called "free media" channels like CNN and FOX dont admit this FACT lots of people wont believe it. To be informed you need to research, not just believe what the mass-media tells you. Ignorance doesnt have an excuse.
Deleted0001  -  March 22, 2007, 10:46
Well a lot of the "research" some people have made, has only led to weird conspiracy theories from left and right extremists from all over the world.
????? (guest)  -  March 23, 2007, 01:39
whats with all the America bashing on this site, what about all the good we do?
awakenaware  -  March 23, 2007, 05:23
It's not American bashing, it's reality. Hey, how DO all those Evangelists get all that American $$ anyhow?? :) Would wool be involved???
Gerb  -  March 23, 2007, 10:42
Very nice 'documentary'. But knowing American television, it's hard to belief. Although I'd belief anyone over Bush.
not american (guest)  -  March 24, 2007, 03:20
For your information, this is from a canadian network (CBC = Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), not american television. Its no "leftist, or rightish extremists", its all facts and information you can all find on the net if you search for it correctly. You must understand that the world is not against americans, its againts the policies of its administration. However we do have a lot of problems understanding the 51 % of americans that did vote for Bush... its just sad that they need 3000 deads in their ranks to start opening their eyes... the US citizens are still able to change this... they just have to implicate themselves in the political process..
Jewell (guest)  -  March 26, 2007, 04:54
I am an American and I have not been deceived by the lies of the government. And there are others of us out here. I did not vote for Mr. Bush either time, but as you know it is not always possible to get the right person in the White House. Thank you for getting the word out. I'm so glad that there is some sanity out there. Thanks again.
Peter (guest)  -  March 27, 2007, 12:37
America have done alot of good things to the world but also alot of really terrible things to make it an unsafer world. And its not just now, it dates back more than 50 years.
Emil (guest)  -  March 31, 2007, 01:10
I must say, most of the information in this documentary is not news or in any way different from how our (european) media has pictured the bush scam all along. And we have also been very aware of how biased the american media are.
joe (guest)  -  April 5, 2007, 03:17
This is the work of a simplistic fool who thinks that if we leave the ragheads alone, they will leave us alone. They won't. They have made this very clear. They hate us and want us and our capitalistic ways gone. Leaving them alone sure didn't stop 9-11 from occuring. We weren't in Iraq then, were we? Check out some of the stuff at for a more realistic portrayal.
Steve (guest)  -  April 5, 2007, 14:06
"joe" (above) is a perfect example of what the Bush corporation has done to too many Americans, who now are so buried in the Bush program that any amount of fact that exposes the Bush lies falls on deaf ears. Not all Americans are as gullible as the Bush fans.
Vilxan  -  April 8, 2007, 17:47
joe, have you even watched the video? a) terrorists from SAUDI ARABIA did 9/11, not Iraq. b) even if America was at war with Iraq, 9/11 still would've happened. c) what evidence do you have of Iraq hates America? In the 1980's, it looked like they were best friends in that video. The only reason things changed is because of George Bush. To Steve, thanks. You said everything I want to say
Bushy (guest)  -  April 12, 2007, 16:20
Bush was right in what he did. This video is a load of crap. The Iraqies have had a tough time lately but Sadam would have killed this many anyway. The scariest thing to me isn't what Bush has done but that there are so many foolish westerners like yourselves who find nothing left in the world worth fighting for. Where are you true liberals who once pretended to champion human rights? Totalitarian dictatorships run under sharia law are not liberal societies and that is exactly what you would have in Iraq and Afganistan if we pulled out today. Let me suggest an intersting video that may help explain your way of thinking.
Marko (guest)  -  May 7, 2007, 08:08
Bush lovers unite. Follow in blind faith what our leaders say. You who do so believe in creationism's "scientific facts". Fundamentalism has been the killer of more people than any other reason; whether it be ancient tenets or more modern ones such as nazism. As had the British found hopelessness in India in the late forties, the US is finding in the middle east presently. We will be in decline because of this. From the most powerful economic force to a dead society in 8 SHORT YEARS. Bush is so blind to the ways of the world; to the death of innocents, to our soldiers deaths, to the American voice. I was afraid of President Bush before his first election, during his first stay, his re-election and, now his second stay in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. To the fundamentalists, look in your hearts, has this man, Bush, really been the man of peace as Christ was? I think not, REAL patriots, REAL men of Christ do question, do listen and do doubt before acting to take another's life, freedom and liberty away. Not what our president has done. Look at the fumbling aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Do you know that President Bush turned down help from our staunchest allies, Canada, Great Britain and Israel in the form of troops and rescuers. That he turned down all but 40 billion dollars of the 850 BILLION DOLLARS or so that was offered to us. This man's mind is not rooted in reality. He will continued to fight the HIS fight despite the massive failures in all his policies. He does not care for the people he rules by allowing billions of dollars to be spent on a war that the U.S. will not win. Bush allows billions to be wasted on the recontruction of the City of New Orleans while her peoples waste away. He allows monies for our troops that he put in harms way to lay fallow just because he does not agree that we need closure in Iraq. He allows millions of people to be displaced from their family, homes and jobs? This right here within the borders of The United States? He is an Isolationist Extermist without even knowing it. How dumb er, blind can one be. Saddest of all The United States has become The Divided States not along physical boundries, but in the hearts of her citizens. He has no idea how to unite, to calm and allow reasoned intercourse that allows the continued growth of this great country. Mr Bush, ask yourself these questions. How much does it cost to be benevolent? To listen to others perspectives? To truly care for those of us that live under your rule? Fundamentalism is black and white. This world in which we live is made up of nuanced shades of gray. You are out of step with humanity. You are out of step with Our Lord. The kind of ignorance you have displayed these last six years is truly reason enough for impeachment.
shrug (guest)  -  May 7, 2007, 15:41
The majority of americans are not against war. They just dont like losing..
RonPaulFan (guest)  -  August 24, 2007, 23:58
Most disturbing, is to see people who seem somewhat intelligent (like bushy)actually buy into Bush's imperialistic B.S. That is what gives him so much power, people who are warped!!! THE MAJORITY OF AMERICAN PEOPLE ARE AGAINST THE WAR. Political campaign monies coming from military are recorded per presidential candidate. Because of Congressman Ron Paul's pledge when he is elected, is an unconditional and total retreat out of Iraq! The soldiers with the boots on the ground in Iraq support Ron Paul the most!!!! Check it out in last quarters filings of campaign contributions from ALL branches of the military!!! GET A LIFE! SUPPORT OUR TROOPS BY GETTING THEM OUT OF A MOST REDICULOUS NO WIN 'WAR'!!!
Pulses (guest)  -  January 8, 2008, 20:34
Simple really, get the arrogant warmongering Americans and the fanatical Muslim lunatics, strap a nuke to them all, and blast the useless pricks into space. We would be better off without them both...
rlassig  -  May 23, 2008, 07:59
I'm not quite sure whether or not we should have gone to war, but one thing is true... The war in Iraq has been horribly mismanaged. I blame the Bush administration for pushing for the war, and then for mismanaging it.

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