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skinster wrote:And you don't have to be very radical to hate a warmonger like Blair.
ThirdTerm wrote:Looking back, Tony Blair was one of the best British leaders in history, especially in the sphere of domestic policies.
Blair? A warmonger?
I just have trouble envisioning that ultra-whitebread, momma's boy as a warmonger.
skinster wrote:I hope for the day he's hanged along with the rest who were responsible for the destruction of Iraq.
Heisenberg wrote:(1) Tony Blair will never be prosecuted over the Iraq war. It is a fantasy that people need to get over. By all means, let waiters and barmen keep "arresting" him, because it's funny to see Blair reduced to a laughing stock. But don't expect anything real to come of it.
anarchist wrote:The crime of aggression is a crime under international law.
Article 4 of the UN Charter.
Decky wrote:B'liar should hang for treason. He sent British soldiers to their deaths to achieve American foreign policy goals, he the put the civilians of this country at risk by making us a target for terrorist attacks and he squandered British tax payers money on a war the bought no benefit whatsoever to the British people (in fact it harmed them by putting their lives at risk every time they step onto public transport).
Potemkin wrote:The truth is that all states are 'rogue' states. It's just that some of them are powerful and/or rich enough to get away with it (eg, the UK, the USA, &c) and others aren't (eg, North Korea, Saddam's Iraq, &c). This is the way it has always been, since the day the first city-states were founded on the mud-flats of Sumeria....
Potemkin wrote:Blair was a "me too!" warmonger. He was Dubya's Mini-Me. You know how in Hollywood movies about street gangs there's always a scrawny-looking kid who shadows the gang leader and always echoes his threats to the hero? Well, that was Blair.
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