Iraq - They Lied
Saddam Hussein's arsenal of "weapons of mass destruction" was George W. Bush's main justification for waging war against Iraq in 2003. After the invasion of the country, American leaders recognised that they had been mistaken, and that the Baghdad tyrant did not possess such a capability. Bush claimed it was an error and defended his good faith, denouncing the negligence of his secret services. But the brutal truth lies elsewhere: The war in Iraq was based on lies. It was the poisoned fruit of an unprecedented manipulation of the American public, the international press, and politicians around the world. This documentary reveals the deception, interpreted by those who imagined it, and unveils how America committed to a conflict that caused hundreds of thousands of casualties and cost some 3 trillion dollars.
Scott Ritter is a former UN Weapons Inspector who exposed the lies in Iraq. He told the world that Saddam Hussein didn't have weapons of mass destruction. Powerful people in Washington didn't want to hear it and he resigned in protest. The War in Iraq cost millions of lives and trillions of dollars. Now Ritter is revealing the truth about the latest U.S. military incursions in Ukraine, Syria, and beyond.
Iraqi journalist Muntazer al-Zaidi gained fame in 2008 for hurling his shoes at then U.S. President George W. Bush in a news conference to show his anger at the chaos that followed the U.S. led invasion of Iraq. Almost 15 years on, he is still furious.
Bob Woodward's third #1 New York Times bestseller on President George W. Bush's wars tells the detailed, behind-the-scenes story of how the Bush administration failed to tell the truth about the Iraq War.
Contending that the Persian Gulf War was caused by the intense rivalry between George Bush and Saddam Hussein, the author probes the military and political implications of the war.
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"The truth is like a lion;
you don't have to defend it.
Let it loose;
it will defend itself."
~ Saint Augustine
(philosopher, theologian, and bishop)