Saturday, April 16, 2005

Saddam Hussein and Friends...

The Big Pharoah is reporting an interview with Saddam Hussein conducted by Al Fayhaa, a popular Iraqi satellite channel. I have not seen this picked up in any other news outlets, but that does not necessarily mean that it did not happen. Iraqi bloggers, like Iraq The Model, have been out in front of the global news cycle many times before. I'll take a wait-and-see approach to this news.

Of course, since we're talking about Saddam Hussein, that must mean that former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark is also in the news; peas in a pod those two. Dan Abrams interviewed Mr. Clark on his show, The Abrams Report, in a piece that MSNBC calls Saddam Hussein's Unlikely Ally. That must be the more relative and tolerant 21st century version of Ramsey Clark because by the end of the 20th century he was simply known as The War Criminal's Best Friend. Considering Ramsey Clark was the legal counsel for the Baathist regime over a period of years before the invasion of Iraq, it seems not unlikely at all that he would now be an ally to the leader of that fallen regime.

This is usually my cue to launch into Ramsey Clark's leading role in organizing "anti-war" protests since 1990 against the United States and NATO, which happen to be the greatest threat to war criminals in the last 15 years. However, I think the Indepundit has a good summary of Ramsey Clark and his nefarious do-gooding on behalf of tyrants and war criminals all over the globe.


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