Monday, May 28, 2012

"This man (Tony Blair) should be arrested for war crimes"



Bravo to anti-war film maker David Lawley-Wakelin for his intervention at the Leveson Inquiry today.

Lawley-Wakelin was putting into words what millions of people, not just here in Britain, but all over the world feel about the disgraced former British Prime Minister.

As I wrote in The First Post/The Week here:

There is widespread contempt for a man who has made millions while Iraqis die in their hundreds of thousands due to the havoc unleashed by the illegal invasion, and who, with breathtaking arrogance, seems to regard himself as above the rules of international law.

On the subject of holding Blair to account, don't forget there’s a reward going to "people attempting a peaceful citizen’s arrest of the former British prime minister, Tony Blair, for crimes against peace".





1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What an utter disgrace to see a lapse of security like this!

Just imagine: if this man had been armed and dangerous he could have shot poor Tony in the head!

What bitter tears of sorrow the women and children of Iraq would have wept for him...