Here’s an intriguing thought

from Natalie Solent’s blog, apparently offered by one of her readers:
“Re recent analyses of what WMD’s Saddam had, should we assume that it’s a comment on a bureaucratic state? They had all manner of administrative effort related to creating WMDs, consuming much time and money of the regime, but the actual production was not proportionate. Could it be that, like other command regimes that have no real understanding of what their grand initiatives are like at the sharp end, Saddam simply did not know that he didn’t have that much to hide?”


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