Is there a difference between the following two sentences?
(1) Saddam has WMD?
(2) Saddam has WMD!
Note the question-mark in the first, which makes the sentence a query (yet to be answered), while the second has an exclamation-mark, asserting strongly a situation, as the ‘truth’.
The two examples above illustrated a typical approach by Tony Blair in his fabricated case for war against Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, leading to the hell-hole the Middle-Eastern country is today.
Read the story of Tony Blair’s (or more appropriately, bLIAR's) secret evil Weapons of Mass Deception by Hans Blix, former UN chief weaposn inspector.
Blix said Tony B-liar deliberately replaced “question marks with exclamation marks" in British intelligence dossiers, that were used to justify the decision to invade Iraq in 2003.
Had B-liar not fabricate the case for war, including his bullsh*t ’45 minutes’ for Saddam’s missiles with WMD warheads to hit London, Blix’s team would have successfully confirmed that there was no WMD in Iraq, avoiding the illegal US-UK attack and invasion, and the terrible aftermath.
Tony B-liar’s hands are dripping with the blood of Iraqi children, women and men, even until today.