This video from the USA says about itself:
Rachel Maddow: Blair admits interest in war independent of WMD.
By Harvey Thompson:
British general’s memoirs hit Blair government on military policy
17 September 2010
The former head of the British Army, General Sir Richard Dannatt, has made his most strident criticisms to date of the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown on the issue of military deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in his recently published memoirs.
Dannatt has made the claims and accusations in his book, Leading from the Front, which is being serialised this month in the Sunday Telegraph.
Dannatt said evidence for Iraq’s possession of weapons of mass destruction, which was the justification for Britain’s involvement in the illegal US-led 2003 invasion of the country, was “most uncompelling” and the planning for the aftermath of war an “abject failure”.
Iraq’s Oil Ministry has cut supplies of some fuel products to the northern Kurdish region by 50 percent in response to the Kurds selling what they say is excess kerosene, fuel waste and naptha to Iran, officials said: here.
New docs show Bush team focused on war with Iraq shortly after taking office in 2001: here.
New Documents Show Bush Administration Planned War in Iraq Well Before 9/11/2001: here.
Abuse and torture rife in Iraqi prisons. An Amnesty International report has revealed endemic human rights abuses and a lack of accountability throughout the system: here.
“Torture in Iraq Continues, Unabated”: here.
A prominent Australian war correspondent has revealed the news giant CNN refused to air footage of an apparent war crime by US troops in Iraq. In an interview with the Australian network ABC, Michael Ware says he witnessed a US soldier fatally shooting an Iraqi teenager in the back of the head. The boy then lay dying for twenty minutes. Ware says CNN decided the footage was too graphic for broadcast. He’s been unable to release it because CNN owns the tapes: here.
Iraq war resister marks one year since taking sanctuary in Vancouver church: here.
USA: Barney Frank Wants All Troops Home From Iraq: ‘What The Hell Are They Doing There?’ Here.