Sunday, April 18, 2004

Please note

The Human Rights Center in Kadhimiya, Iraq, was set up by Iraqis (not Coalition leaders). It has combed through the vast formerly secret archives left by the Baathist regime. Like their models, the German Nazis, Saddam's crew left a paper trail a mile wide, documenting in good bureaucratic form all the blood-spattering murder they committed. The HRC projected that if the invasion had not happened, Saddam would have killed 70,000 people in the past year. That's not counting the dead who would have continued under U.N. sanctions.