Article copy... To Saddam.
I just received a request from the webmaster of Iraqi News who, apparently, wants to display "The Price of their Peace" as many people already do.
Just a reminder for everybody: my authorization is granted de facto. You don't need to ask me. Take it and use it. Contact me if you need help, email me if you like.
I don't have much information on this site (shame on me) and I had a hard time accessing it (slow connection. This is what happens when you leave the information highways in the hands of a state owned monopoly such as France Telecom) but judging by the editorials I read there, I'd say Iraqi News is on the side of democracy. (And possibly outside Iraq - anybody has information?)
Anyway, I guess I can reasonably assume that it's being watched over by Saddam's secret service.
I mean, it's what dictators are supposed to do, isn't it?
Maybe Saddam himself will watch the clip. Maybe it will drive him into a deep introspection and maybe he'll become aware of the gravity of his crimes and make the right decision (hint: it starts with "bullet" and ends with "in the head").
Or maybe he'll just deny the whole thing as usual.
Yeah, well... Let's wait for Tarek Aziz's disclaimer.
This is how, I guess, the dissidence enters the Popdex top 150.
Yep, that's The Register just behind. He he.