In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act
killed 1.5 million
Chilcot’s grossly negligent report missed the fact that with George Bush, Tony Blair is responsible for the deaths of 1.5 million in Iraq, and by creating a power vacuum of rebels they armed, they established ISIS, which was far, far worse than Saddam Hussein.
Blair and Bush used 1,200 tons of depleted uranium shells in Iraq, which have given cancer to, and killed, 11,000 American soldiers; 325,000 soldiers are still sick or dying from it. The weapons also contained fatally toxic quantities of titanium, magnesium, lead and mercury.
As a result, approaching 15% of Iraqi children are now born with horrific birth defects, from no head, to two heads, some with one eye in the middle, to internal organs on the outside instead of inside. Infant mortality is at 13.7%, and Iraqi cancers, including leukemia, are world records.
With a million deformed Iraqi children, Iraqi mums are terrified to have babies because of the grotesque deformities they may have, and do not report them because of the stigma.
The World health Organisation, WHO, has been trying to protect the reputations of Bush and Blair, by concealing the truth from the rest of the world.
Chilcot spent over £10 million on his report and denied the families of servicemen justice for 7 years. He should be stripped of his knighthood, and tried for obstructing justice.
Tony Blair took us to war on the basis of lies about weapons of mass destruction that any British person who read the Guardian or the Times knew did not exist. The Carlyle Weapons Corporation, owned by the George Bush family, and Britain, supplied Saddam Hussein with his weapons, so both government and we ordinary people on the street, knew what he had.
And we were right. When we invaded, the only weapons of mass destruction that existed were the 8,000 nuclear warheads in the USA, and the 200 in Britain, just as we expected.
Truly Tony Blair made Britain, with America, the most murderously terrorist nation in the world.
A war crimes trial is too good for him. Life imprisonment is far too good for him: He must hang: 1.5 million times over would be good. And quickly. Thanks to Chilcot, he’s lived far too long already.
The Westminster News Ltd