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Post by tigger on 19.07.13 9:21

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:JD, I'll have to take your word for it about Tony Blair's reaction in the video clip - I can't bear to watch this lying toad (apologies to any amphibians who might be offended), smug in the knowledge that whatever he says and does, he is immune from prosecution. Hmm, there seems to be a couple like that too.......

If there had been an inquest into David Kelly's death, surely it would just have been a whitewash too?

I'm thinking of the inquests for the 7/7 victims - people were produced claiming to have been on the train from Luton with the "bombers" - yes, that's right, the train that was cancelled.

What chance is there of them being charged with perjury? Not a great one, I feel.

He reminds me of nothing so much as a second-hand car salesman. Not that I'd buy a car of him - or anything else for that matter. Whatever this man is selling - it's dodgy. Tone - the very fake 'people's PM'. He'd have been in conveyancing without Mandelson and Campbell.

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Post by sallypelt on 19.07.13 9:29

@tigger wrote:It was pointed out to me once that polls showed that over 70% of the British population was against invading Iraq.

Over 70% of inhabitants of Iraq were content with Saddam.

So how exactly was invading a Iraq a democratic decision? When the majority is against?

Tony Blair has said that if they hadn't had the WMDs they'd have to have thought of something else. (I'd love to find the exact quote)

http://centurean2.wordpress.com/2010/01/25/dr-david-kelly-killers-protected-for-70-years-dunblane-operation-ore-dr-kelly/

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Post by plebgate on 19.07.13 9:35

At the last election they brought back Blair and Mandelson to give their party a boost. titter 

The Americans love him, wish he would live there permanently.




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Post by Guest on 19.07.13 10:09

He can go and live with his village idiot friend George Bush - never have two people so deserved each other.
 
Tigger I fear that you are doing used car salesmen a disservice!
 
I think of Tony Blair as a treacherous snake.
 
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Rest in peace David Kelly.
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Post by jd on 21.07.13 14:10

Mr Cameron said Mr Blair "does lobby me from time to time on things like the Middle East peace process".

Conmoron continues,

"You cannot seriously compare Tony Blair's role as Quartet Representative, which requires him to talk to governments around the world about the Middle East peace process, to that of a lobbyist,"

"Blair's role as Quartet Representative", the UN, US, EU and Russia,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23376828

Peace Envoy of the world is bliar.....Didn't see any signs of a "peace envoy" when he encouraged the Egyptian military to overthrow a democratic elected president Mosri, or to arm the rebels in Syria....

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Post by Guest on 21.07.13 14:14

It makes a certain whining Scouser's appointment to a missing person's charity seem quite acceptable!
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Post by jd on 21.07.13 14:21

Britain's Former Top Spy Threatens To Expose Secrets Of Iraq 'Dodgy Dossier'

A former head of MI6 has threatened to expose the secrets of the ‘dodgy dossier’ if he disagrees with the long-awaited findings of the Chilcot Inquiry into the UK’s role in the Iraq War.

Sir Richard Dearlove, 68, has spent the last year writing a detailed account of events leading up to the war, and had intended to only make his work available to historians after his death.

But now Sir Richard, who provided intelligence about Saddam Hussein's Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) that was apparently 'sexed up' by Tony Blair's government, has revealed that he could go public after the Chilcot Inquiry publishes its findings.

Sir Richard is expected to be criticised by the inquiry's chairman, Sir John Chilcot, over the accuracy of intelligence provided by MI6 agents inside Iraq, which was used in the so-called 'dodgy dossier'.

Now the ex-MI6 boss, who is Master at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, has said: “What I have written (am writing) is a record of events surrounding the invasion of Iraq from my then professional perspective.

“My intention is that this should be a resource available to scholars, but after my decease (may be sooner depending on what Chilcot publishes).

“I have no intention, however, of violating my vows of official secrecy by publishing any memoir.”

Sources close to Sir Richard said that he insists Chilcot should recognise the role played by Tony Blair and the Prime Minister's chief spokesman Alastair Campbell in informing media reports which suggested Saddam could use chemical weapons to target British troops based in Cyprus, a claim which led to Britain entering the war in Iraq.

Sir Richard is said to remain extremely unhappy that this piece of intelligence, which his agents stressed only referred to battlefield munitions which had a much shorter range, led to media reports that UK bases were under threat.

However, he accepts that some of MI6's information on the WMDs was inaccurate, the Mail on Sunday reported.

Mr Blair and Mr Campbell have repeatedly denied making misleading statements about WMD.

Last week it was revealed that Sir John had written to Prime Minister David Cameron informing him of his intention to write personally to those individuals he intends to criticise, with Tony Blair reported to be among those on Sir John's list.

Sir Richard has taken a sabbatical from his duties at Cambridge University to research and write his record of events, and is expected to resume his Master's role at the start of the new academic year.

A security source told The Mail on Sunday: “This is Sir Richard's time-bomb. He wants to set the record straight and defend the integrity of MI6. And Sir Richard has taken a lot of personal criticism over MI6's performance and his supposedly too-cosy relationship with Mr Blair.

“No Chief of MI6 has done anything like this before, but the events in question were unprecedented.

“If Chilcot doesn't put the record straight, Sir Richard will strike back.”

Last night the committee's chairman, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, who was appointed in 2010, offered Sir Richard his support, saying: “I have never heard of a former MI6 chief putting something out there in these terms but I would be interested in what Sir Richard has to say in response to the Chilcot Inquiry which is clearly going to have some meat in it.

“I know Sir Richard and worked with him in the Foreign Office many years ago. He is a very able man of the highest character and a man of his own opinions. We shall have to wait to see what he says.”

Last night, Alastair Campbell and the office for Tony Blair declined to comment on Sir Richard's account.

http://www.businessinsider.com/top-spy-threatens-to-iraq-war-secrets-2013-7

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Post by tigger on 21.07.13 14:38

'However, he accepts that some of MI6's information on the WMDs was inaccurate, the Mail on Sunday reported.'

What, was it a misinterpretation? WMD meaning Weapons of Minimal of Medium destruction? Such as a large quantity of mud bricks?

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