Blair lied on Iraq war, Goldsmith says


This video is called Envoy: Blair Decided On Iraq War a Year Before Invasion.

Britain: Tony Blair misled Parliament despite knowing the proposed Iraq war would be illegal, former attorney general Lord Goldsmith has told the Chilcot inquiry: here. And here.

A former government official told the Iraq inquiry today that he had warned against publishing the government’s “dodgy dossier” but was ignored: here.

Tony Blair once again skulked into the Chilcot inquiry in London under cover of darkness today to avoid around a hundred protesters who had gathered outside the building: here.

The Iraq inquiry may just be the start of Blair’s problems, says Felicity Arbuthnot: here.

Britain: Michael Lyons, a 24 year old Navy medic, and a conscientious objector, believes that the US and British occupation of Afghanistan is based on lies and greed: here.

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12 thoughts on “Blair lied on Iraq war, Goldsmith says

  1. Galloway blasts ‘Goebbels’ Campbell

    Published on Fri Jan 21 17:00:43 GMT 2011

    Holyrood candidate George Galloway has compared former Downing Street communications chief Alistair Campbell to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.

    And he said the ex-Labour spin doctor and former prime minister Tony Blair should stand trial for war crimes.

    Mr Galloway made the comments on the BBC’s Question Time programme when asked about the war in Iraq.

    Mr Blair is due to give evidence to the Chilcott Inquiry into the war for the second time.

    The former Respect MP said there were “inconsistencies” in Mr Blair’s evidence to the hearing.

    He said: “I look forward to the day when Mr Blair is not in front of establishment stooges but is in The Hague facing war crimes charges at the international court.

    “And by the way, his Goebbels, his Lord Haw-Haw, Alistair Campbell, has the same blood on his hands and ought to be sitting in the dock alongside him.”

    http://www.crawleyobserver.co.uk/news/galloway_blasts_goebbels_campbell_1_2327337

  2. Friday 21 January 2011

    Miliband restates opposition to war

    Published on Fri Jan 21 20:00:28 GMT 2011

    Labour leader Ed Miliband has reaffirmed his opposition to the Iraq war on the day one of his predecessors faced further calls to say the war was “a mistake”.

    Mr Miliband’s long-scheduled visit to Scotland coincided with Tony Blair’s emotional appearance at the Iraq War Inquiry and high-profile resignations at Westminster.

    He met the family of Corporal Mark Wright, who died in Afghanistan in 2006. Following his visit to the Mark Wright Project in Midlothian, Mr Miliband said: “On Iraq I have said it was a mistake, and that has always been my position.

    http://www.guideandgazette.co.uk/news/scottish-headlines/miliband_restates_opposition_to_war_1_490561

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