106 thoughts on “Tony Blair runs, but can’t hide, from responsibility for present Iraq bloodbath

  1. If Blair is responsible for the war in Iraq it says little for the house of Parliament what may be worst is the British public must be also responsible for this cruel fate of hundreds of thousands if lives? this crime also shows how weak democracy is? the Western Allies attempting to create a democracy in the Middle East having failed to enforce this system? why would any mature person believe democracy works when it can be used as a system that has taken so many innocent lives? the question is who are the terrorists? those in power are supposed to be educated? what this crime shows is the educated are not the light bearers of peace but on the contrary are criminals that are endorsed by a system that rewards crime.
    It has been said that tribalism is the problem of the Middle East? it appears to me the Imperialists are tribal, their are only two tribes the right and left wing and these are no longer adversaries when it comes to a enemy invasion from a exterior source but one tribe, the one tribe then represents two factions the 1% rich and 99% poor or those on a sufficient income that have a preference to stay on as it were this could be 10% of the population as the 10% are being paid enough to keep them in line?
    How this system works is the 99% population are controlled by being individuals and the 1% are united in cause that is subjugating the 99% and this group having been controlled for so long with regard to their mind that they are now normalized and now having become stupid enough they no longer require maintenance in energy to suppress them any further than what they are? as this may alarm the public who may become suspicious if to many more controls are imposed.

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