Memorandum from Philip Miller
It is sensible to debate the motion of war in
Iraq even in retrospect. The desire or the requirement for going
to war must always not be taken lightly.
If intent and funds are provided with adequate
learning any man or woman is capable of producing Weapons of Mass
Destruction from factories, airfields and medical facilities besides
research departments of Universities and electricity generating
These are under the United Nations remit to
investigate the use of dual-use factory, manufacturing and medical
facilities where the ability to produce weapons is also known
alongside that of commercial use. Even recent surveys in the United
Kingdom have shown that it is reasonably possible to gain weapons
of mass destruction from fertilizer ingredients commonly used
on the land.
There is also the issue of the Iraqi super gun
which we in Britain helped build. This is an example of the use
of dual-use facilities, components for this super gun were manufactured
to precise dimensions, much more so than is usual for their common
use but accessible in any manufacturing factory that could produce
Defecting scientists from Iraq from 1994-98
and in 2001 all described the use of strontium, tritium and Unranium
238 besides the use of heavy water which are needed for these
to be produced. Iran also has a plan for six nuclear reactors
for producing electricity today. Near the two central cities of
Baghdad and Basra, radioactive containers have been found even
after the war.
The two scientists called "Chemical Ali"
and "Chemical Sally" by the armed personnel would be
able with their resume alone to produce nerve agents and toxins.
The Iraqi Scientists who of their own accord desired the presence
of Mr Saddam Hussein's representatives at any and all meetings
and interviews because Mr Hussein had shown himself repeatedly
able to remove any and all opposition, the mass graves and the
torture centre near Basra found by British troops confirm this.
The Weapons of Mass Destruction , their location
and description can be explained. Dual use facilities can already
produce them in the factories and medical facilities and physics
research departments and electricity generating stations and airports
in Iraq. The intent and ability to provide these can be found
in the words and funds of Saddam Hussein witnessed by the media
for some years. The actual presence of these amenities can be
found in those who have produced them before, the Iraqi scientists
and those who are defectors from the regime who were not in the
country at the time but knew what was being planned. These scientist's
resumes would make difficult reading for those opposed to war
with Iraq because they describe the use of western universities
and resources as with the Iraqi super gun where as with airports,
unwittingly the west has trained those who would use and make
quickly weapons of mass destruction. 45 minutes is about the time
it would take a missile fired at Israel to arrive with a payload
available from one of the six nuclear reactors being built in
Iraq and now jointly monitored by the USA and Russia. While people
are aware of war and how terrible it is, a much more serious one
has been avoided.