Did you read any of the links from that site?
Heres one: http://184.108.40.206/rosett/rosett200403101819.asp
Im too sleepy to read more, now, but it seems clear that the UN was dirty, all the way up to Kofi Annan. And, maybe youve heard some of Annans recent comments?
Sen. Norm Coleman (search), R-Minn., said when Saddam beat the sanctions, the United States paid the price because officials had hoped that sanctions would ultimately lead to regime change and the bloodless end of rule for Saddam.
"We sacrificed American lives now for regime change. It was supposed to be through sanctions," said Coleman, chairman of the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations.
But Denis Halliday, a former U.N. assistant secretary general, said the more the Iraqi people suffered, the less support there was for sanctions. Halliday became one of the most vocal critics of the sanctions and U.S. policy toward Iraq.
"Sanctions killed perhaps over a million Iraqi civilians. That's a huge crime, that's a war crime," said Halliday, who quit his job in protest for what he saw happening with sanctions.
And yet there are still many here who claim we didn't wait long enough. That we didn't wait for the sanctions to work. How long should we have waited? Another million lives? Two million? How many?