Ben Delicious reports from London about Iraq, The Chilcot Inquiry, the war in Iraq, Tony Blair, David Cameron, Labour, Saddam Hussein, Blair and more about the Iraq War plus some helpful information from the UK about John Chilcot banking. You know what’s really strange? The way the Chilcot inquiry into the war in Iraq has gone all quiet and still has not produced its final report. We covered this subject last month and you can catch up by going You Know What Britain Needs? A Damning Book About 13 Years Of Labour In Power (stirringtrouble.wordpress.com) here.
A murder that sums up the stink of invading Iraq (standard.co.uk) case you may have forgotten about it Press control: Do you want to be the man who destroys the essence of free speech, Mr Cameron? (mirror.co.uk) the inquiry headed by Sir John Chilcot was launched on July 30 2009 and finished in February 2011.
It was trying to establish whether Tony Blair and his cronies lied to the British people and dragged the country into a war on false pretences or whether it was just an honest mistake on the part of the then prime minister about the ability of Saddam Hussein to launch an attack on Britain and the West using his arsenal of weapons of mass destruction.
The witness statements at the inquiry proved that Mr Blair had conspired with the then US President George Bush to attack Iraq, whatever it took. The Thick of It, BBC Two, series 4, episode 6, review (telegraph.co.uk) Documents on Iraq were ‘sexed up’, to prove that there was no other choice but to invade.
Initially, the Chilcot inquiry was supposed to deliver its conclusions before last ChristmasI raq Inquiry delays alarm peers (bbc.co.uk) Mr Cameron, you see, is a great fan of Mr Blair Deputy Tony Blair rides into town to save wannabe sheriff John Prescott (guardian.co.uk) and mirrors himself on him. So he would not want to damage his reputation.
Blair: Iraq’s economy growing since Saddam ousted (miamiherald.com) How come, they ask, that man Blair manages to avoid any responsibility for starting a war on false pretences? Could it be that the Almighty has answered his prayers and convinced Cameron to forget the whole thing?
I can understand why the Labour party is staying quiet about the whole thing say TruthTeller: Why it is Tony Blair and not me who should be in the dock on 16 November! (truthaholics.wordpress.com) The only version was given by Mr Blair himself in his memoirs, A Journey.
Funny world we live in, eh?A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally – A humorous take on news and current affairs Asking: Whatever Happened To The Chilcot Inquiry Into The War In Iraq? (stirringtroubleinternationally.com) and by going here you will find out more about Iraq, The Chilcot Inquiry, the war in Iraq, Tony Blair, David Cameron, Labour, Saddam Hussein, Blair and more about the Iraq War plus some helpful information from the UK.