Is the U.S. Headed for War with Iran?
"Parallel Deceptions: The Bush Agenda for War in Iraq and Iran," a speech by former chief U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter
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Scott Ritter is a former Marine intelligence officer who served as a chief United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1998. A ballistic missile technology expert, Ritter is one of the few officials with a working knowledge of Saddam Hussein's weapons systems to publicly and aggressively oppose the Bush administration's disastrous war in Iraq BEFORE the invasion in March 2003.
His latest book is titled, "Iraq Confidential: The Untold Story of America's Intelligence Conspiracy."
Scott Ritter delivered an address in New Haven, CT on September 17, 2005, titled: "Parallel Deceptions: The Bush Agenda for War in Iraq and Iran". In his talk, Ritter focused on the lies and distortions about "weapons of mass destruction" and Saddam Hussein's false connection with 9/11 used by President Bush to gain support for his war against Iraq. Ritter also warns that a similar propaganda campaign is now underway to justify a future military confrontation with Iran over its nuclear capability.
The talk was recorded at the United Church on the Green in New Haven, Connecticut, an event sponsored by Squeaky Wheel Productions, nonprofit distributors of Between The Lines Radio newsmagazine.
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Scott Ritter's speech (46:21)
Q&A with Scott Ritter (12:49)
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- WELCOME remarks from event co-sponsors Scott Harris, Between The Lines executive producer and Jared Malsin, coordinator of the Yale University Coalition for Peace (10:23)
- Introduction of SCOTT RITTER and commentary by Between The Lines producer Melinda Tuhus, plus Scott Ritter's speech (50:55)
- Full QUESTION AND ANSWER session with the audience, moderated by Between The Lines producer Denise Manzari (46:38)
- Music by MIKATA (4:07)
Executive producers: Scott Harris and Anna Manzo
Video producers/editors: Brendan Angelides and Walter Wagoner
Cameras: Brendan Angelides and Walter Wagoner
Sound: Frank Panzarella and Walter Wagoner
Lighting: Jason Lawlor
Stage manager: Doug Echols
Graphics: Rita Muncie, No Left Turn www.noleftturn.biz
Featuring music by Eskmo www.eskmo.com
Special thanks to:
Jared Malsin, Yale Coalition for Peace, event co-sponsor
John Rogers, master, Berkeley College, Yale University
Melinda Tuhus, Between The Lines producer
Denise Manzari, Between The Lines producer
Mikata: Richard Hill, Asher Delerme, David Yih, Jeff McQuillan
Between The Lines crew: Ruben Abreu, Indu Anand, Bill Cosentino, Hank Hoffman, Bob Nixon
Friends of Between The Lines: Tony Kosloski, Annette Szczesiul, John Friderichs
Kat Favoccia, sign language interpretation
United Church on the Green
Charlie Pillsbury and the Rev. Allie Perry
Catering: Denise Manzari; Carole Peck, Good News Café; Rusty Hamilton, Marjolaine's
The New Haven Advocate and Fairfield Weekly Newspapers
This program is dedicated to all those across the world who struggled to prevent the U.S. war on Iraq.
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