TONY BLAIR SHOULD BE TRIED
05-10-2007: Tony Blair announced he is stepping down on June 27, 2007.
Then he can be brought to justice and tried at the International Court of Justice in the Hague for crimes committed against humanity while participating in the War Against Iraq. However it is possible that Tony Blair is getting away with his role in "making the world a safer place"? (to quote his friend, George W. Bush)
By making Tony Blair a special envoy for the Middle East, the man does not loose his diplomatic/political immunity and can not be tried by the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands.
Much will eventually be analysed and will hopefully be revealed:
* the masquerade in the United Nations with Geoff Hoon and Jack Straw ("Well, Dominique...")
* the many lies
* the death of David Kelly (was it murder or suicide)
* the forced departure of BBC director Greg Dyke
* the construction of The Hutton Report
the coinciding, untimely death of Robin Cook, etc.
course the world had to get rid of Saddam Hussein (and should get rid
of several other dictators as well, with or without oil). But the strategy
chosen by Bush and Blair was a concocted scheme based on false information
right from the start and they knew it. Their scheming did not take reality
into account at all and therefor it was predestined to be a failure,
right from the beginning.
And then there is the continuous obstruction by Great Britain of the further development of the EU. Was this strategy also concocted together with George W. Bush? Britain should better become a state of the US and get out of the EU alltogether.
Rudolf A. Bruil, May 10, 2007.
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