David Kay, the chief sleuth hired by the CIA to find WMD in Iraq, says
there aren't any. His revelation suggests that the War on
Terrorism was launched on false information. But was
it? What are real WMD? Are they bombs laced with
toxins, or perhaps TerrorThoughts that poison the mind, creating Fear,
Intimidation and Complacency? Find out--and take the
Personal Weapons Of Mass Destruction Inventory to see if you are
carrying any WMD around with you.
Thursday, February 5,
2004—Ground Zero Plus 876
Terror Thoughts: The Real Weapons Of Mass Destruction
GROUND ZER0, New York, N.Y.--Feb 5, 2004 -- David Kay is the main
man who has proven, at least so far, the real Weapons of Mass
Destruction (WMD) found in Iraq exist in the minds of the people, not
in stockpiles of hard, physical evidence.
America's top weapons sleuth says the intelligence on Iraq's arms
The top weapons sleuth for the
United States, Kay, a 63-year-old conservative with a lifetime of
experience of monitoring WMD, led a 1,400-strong search party team to
find the elusive stockpiles of weapons that would curdle a human's
skin on contact, or gas thousands to death in a single gulp of
But the man, tapped by C.I.A Director
George Tenet to dispel the unsettling fact that no WMD had been found,
came up empty handed. Kay's Iraq Survey Group spent seven
months scouring millions of documents and interviewing thousands of
Iraqis, and last week announced it had uncovered "no WMD."
Worse, Kay reported it was "highly unlikely" to turn up any in the
He offered a silver bullet for
critics seeking ammunition to cripple the credibility of the
Administration over the reasons to go to war in Iraq, and, at the same
time, delivered a resounding fist to the vulnerable gut of American
intelligence. Everyone is wiping the egg off
their faces, to the glee of those who want to believe America
falsified its reasons for deposing Saddam Hussein.
It would be easy to wipe the
windshield and think the worst of "government."
But, if the absence of physical
WMD makes the critics of American Iraqi war policy leap with glee,
perhaps they should take a long, hard moment to examine what a "real"
WMD is all about.
Let's pretend for a moment that
a WMD has but one purpose--to inflict Fear, Intimidation and
Complacency into the minds and hearts of its intended or potential
the message "Mess with me and you'll die a horrible death"
Hussein gassed tens of thousands of Kurd.........
When Saddam Hussein gassed tens
of thousands of Kurds--innocent women and children among others--his
goal was to strike the populace with the Triad of Terrorism--Fear,
Intimidation and Complacency. His message was clear:
"Mess with me and you'll die a horrible death."
He reinforced his vow with torture
and rape chambers, and filled the streets with his own form of Nazi
brown shirts who patrolled the cities and towns, reminding those who
thought about opposing the tyrant that any resistance to his rule
would end up in a holocaust to the person's body and family.
Saddam injected into the people of
Iraq the worst WMD--Terror Thoughts.
Poisoning peoples' minds with Fear,
Intimidation and Complacency is just as fierce as dropping bombs on
them, or releasing a deadly virus.
Beast of Terror into a child's mind is a WMD
Injecting the Beast of Terror into a
child's mind, or surrounding a parent with the threat of his or her
children being raped, tortured or beaten for opposing the policies of
a single leader who demands absolute following at the expense of
everyone else, is a WMD.
The human brain cell count exceeds
five billion. Between the cells are synapses, bridges that
connect one cell with another and form pathways in which memories are
stored. Poisons of the mind can be easily installed into
both children and adults, by making Fear, Intimidation and Complacency
the ruling emotions to life itself.
We might call these Weapons Of Mind
Destruction, for in effect, they seek to destroy the Principles of
Vigilance--Courage, Conviction and Right Actions that benefit the
Children's Children's Children.
Day by day, the mind, bombarded by
Fear, Intimidation and Complacency (the sense of powerlessness to
change what is), can be tortured into becoming what it is most
commonly radiated by.
Remove ourselves from Iraq and
transport our example to a home in America where the parents of the
children abuse them physically and emotionally. The
children are told they are "worthless," or that they are "ugly," or
"stupid," or "will never amount to anything." How long will it
take the brain cells to believe they are what they are told by their
Mind Destruction can Terrorize a child
Take Complacent parents for another
example. They let their children do what they want, with
no direction. The children lock their doors and parents
walk by, ignoring what is going on within. They don't
nurture the child, embrace the child's emotions, preen and comb the
child's character. Inside the child's room is a
dungeon. The child believes he or she is a victim of
society. He or she plots revenge against the "other
kids" for teasing or alienating them. So the child plots
to take a gun to school and shoot all those who the child feels have
A TerrorThought, left
unchecked, can grow into a cancer in the minds of children and adults.
When Fear, Intimidation and Complacency begin to germinate, without
antidote, without counterbalance of Courage, Conviction and Right
Actions, the Beast of Terror rips and tears at the soul of the person.
Like a poison gas or killer virus, the mind is corrupted.
It loses its ability to stand up to the Beast of Terror for there is
no effort, no balance, to counter the Beast's ravages.
These TerrorThoughts are not included in
David Kay's report regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Iraq's population of nearly 25 million, and all their thoughts leading
up to the deposing of Saddam Hussein, were the core of the WMD.
If one were to look into the minds of all
the people in Iraq prior to the launch of American and Allied force in
March, 2003, the poisons and viruses of Terrorism were flowing freely.
The infection of Fear, Intimidation and Complacency was being passed
from mother to child. TerrorThoughts were the manna
of the day.
Those have been removed with the capture of
Saddam. Now, a new Terrorism exists--the struggle for freedom
from slavery. But this form of Terrorism is
different. It is being delivered by factions seeking
power, not from absolute power seeking to maintain itself.
Each Iraqi has a choice today--to fight for the
future of the children's rights. Under Saddam Hussein, he
controlled that right, subordinating it from all the parents.
treatment of his people took the form of a WMD
His WMD was the barrel of a gun, or the threat of
a torture room, or his past behavior of killing thousands of innocent
people just to make a point.
The issue is simple. What do we consider a
WMD? Is it a vat of deadly chemicals stored in a warhead
buried in the sand? Or, is it the abusive tip of a
parent's tongue lashing at the self-worth of a child?
Is a cruel employer who makes his people worry
about who is going to get fired next?
Is it a husband or wife who berates the other to
watch them squirm? To exercise power over the other for the sake
of power itself?
Is it as simple of Complacency--that neglect or
oversight--about hugging a child or sitting with him or her and
sharing one's innermost feelings rather than telling the child:
"I'm too busy. Don't bother me now?"
A WMD takes many forms, but its result is always
the same. Whether it is a canister of anthrax, or parental
intolerance to a child's thirst to be loved, or an employers belief he
or she is the hammer and all the workers are nails, the infection of
Fear, Intimidation and Complacency underscores the WMD.
The creation of TerrorThoughts is, in and of
itself, sufficient evidence of WMD.
While there are many issues at stake over the
question of finding WMD in a physical sense in Iraq, there is little
doubt that the greatest WMD--tyranny and oppression--have been found
The Iraqi people are free today to decide their
future. Prior to the War in Iraq, they were slaves.
Their minds were held captive. They
inhaled TerrorThoughts when they rose in the morning and went to bed
replaced the Iraqi WMDs with Courage, Conviction and Right Actions
for the Children's Children's Children - the Iraqi people are free
from the tyranny of the Beast of Terror
In the greater sense of liberation, we have found
the WMD and replaced them with Courage, Conviction and Right Actions
for the Children's Children's Children. The Iraqi
people are on a path toward dictating their own destiny after more
than a quarter century of tyranny by the Beast of Terror.
We need to look at the lesson in Iraq and
ask ourselves: "Are we Weapons of Mass Destruction?
Are we creating Fear, Intimidation and Complacency in our homes, in
our jobs, in the world by surrendering to or promoting TerrorThoughts
in ourselves or others?
If we ask these questions we
will come to one conclusion. To rid ourselves of potential
WMD, we need to be Vigilant. We need to take the Pledge of
Vigilance and prepare ourselves each day to neutralize the Beast of
Terror who stalks us all in nefarious ways.
And, when we hear the clamor over
whether WMD were found in Iraq or not, we need to remember the 25
million people who lived with daily TerrorThoughts and ask whether the
real threat was a vial of poisons, or the feeling of powerlessness
over Fear, Intimidation and Complacency.
We need to take the lesson to heart
Iraq is a symbol of our need to
battle Terrorism at home not just abroad. If we are to
take the lesson to heart, we will realize that the greatest of all
victories has been to release the people of Iraq from a "rule of
Terror" and steering them toward a "rule of Vigilance."
And, we need to look in the mirror and ask:
"Where are my WMD?"
Below is a WMD Inventory for you to take.
See if you can find any toxins in your system that need to be
neutralized by the Pledge of Vigilance. And
remember, whatever you might find is contagious. It can be
transmitted to your friends, loved ones and all society. Worse,
it can be passed on from one generation to another.
WHERE ARE MY
WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION (TERROR THOUGHTS) INVENTORY
1. What am I afraid of most about my life?
2. What am I afraid of as mother/father/guardian?
3. What am I afraid of in business or my job?
4. What am I afraid regarding my self worth?
5. What am I afraid of regarding my finances?
( add or alter any number of other questions
regarding Fear, Intimidation or Complacency)
1.) What makes me feel "less than" more than anything
2.) What do I feel when I "look up" to others?
3.) Are there times when I don't feel equal to
4.) Are there times when I want to just "shrink"
5.) Who makes me feel most "inferior" and why?
1.) When do I feel most "powerless" over the outcome of
2.) How many things (dreams, goals, ambitions) have I
"given up on?"
3.) When I could have stood up for someone or myself,
did I fold?
4.) How many times I have said or thought "whatever!"
5.) When I feel the weight of the world, do I face it
or hide from it?
Feb. 4--The Irony Of
Iraq Body-Count Politics