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Politics : Foreign Affairs Discussion Group

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To: Dennis O'Bell who wrote (88459)3/31/2003 9:53:09 PM
From: Ilaine  Read Replies (1) of 281500
>>The .pdf files are worth a look. <<

Yeah - I am going to bookmark it and link it to all the bozos who keep spouting the party line, "the US was the major supplier of Iraq's weapons." I knew it was total garbage and #1 was the Soviets. Didn't realize how much of it came from France (#2). Very little from the US.

Of course, the ones that keep repeating the same thing over and over again are too lazy to look at .pdf files, and so annoying they're on Ignore, but I'll save it for when the next young gun comes riding in with blazing saddles.

FAQ: Who was the major supplier of arms to Iraq?
Table here - #1 Soviet Union, %57 of share; #2 France, %13 of share; # 3 China, %12 of share; # 4 Czech Republic, %7 of share; #6 Brazil, %4 of share; # 7 Egypt, %2 of share; # 8 Romania, %1 of share; # 9 Denmark, %1 of share; # 10 Libya, %1 of share; # 11 USA, %1 of share.
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