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History’s Greatest Lies – 2003: Iraq & Weapons of Mass Destruction

  Saddam Hussein was unarguably a brutal dictator. He ruled Iraq from 1979 until 2003. Three years later, in 2006, he was hanged. Under Saddam’s leadership and for over a decade preceding, Iraq actively researched, produced and ultimately did employ weapons of mass destruction. Saddam was internationally condemned for his use of chemical weapons during the…Read more

History’s Greatest Lies – 1985: The Rainbow Warrior

  The bombing of the Green Peace flagship, the Rainbow Warrior in The Port of Auckland was an act of state sponsored terrorism. New Zealand has always been sensitive towards environmental causes and was openly critical of the French nuclear testing taking place in nearby Polynesia. Executive director of Green Peace France, Jean-François Julliard explains….Read more

History’s Greatest Lies – 1972: Watergate Scandal

  With respect to the investigation presently underway in Washington DC by special counsel Robert Mueller into the activities of the campaign committee of the forty-fifth president of the United States, and how that may transpire, The Watergate scandal is arguably the greatest political scandal in US history. Following a break-in by five men at…Read more