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The Therapy Sessions
Wednesday, January 21, 2004
 

WMD paranoia...


Uh oh. The IAEA is concerned:

Colonel Muammar Gadafy of Libya has been buying complete sets of uranium enrichment centrifuges on the international black market as the central element in his secret nuclear bomb programme, according to United Nations nuclear inspectors.

The ease with which the complex bomb-making equipment was acquired has stunned experienced international inspectors. The scale and the sophistication of the networks supplying so-called rogue states seeking nuclear weapons are considerably more extensive than previously believed.


No, No, No! You guys at The Guardian aren't towing the party line! Bush is paranoid about a WMD non-issue!


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