IRAQ: Chilcot, the ‘Trial of Tony Blair’ & the Suffering/Humiliation of the Iraqi People…

“The Cabinet Office was reported, three years ago, to have been resisting the release of “more than 130 records of conversations” between Bush and Blair, as well as “25 notes from Mr Blair to President Bush” and “some 200 cabinet-level discussions”.

It is also highly unlikely that there will be any reference to the mysterious death of Dr David Kelly or the death of Blair-era Foreign Secretary Robin Cook.

We’ll know very shortly whether this Chilcot Report accomplishes anything or whether it belongs on the same scrapheap as the Diana Inquest, the 9/11 Commission Report and other official ‘reports’ of the same nature.”

the burning blogger of bedlam


As today will see the official release of the Chilcot Report into Tony Blair’s and the British government’s role in the Iraq War, I am re-posting here two older articles that are perhaps particularly relevant in that context.

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