BLAIR AND CAMERON PLOT TO CENSOR IRAQ INQUIRY – Former Foreign Secretary, David Own, has accused David Cameron in plotting with Tony Blair to exclude key evidence in the Chilcot Inquiry, dealing with the issues of legality over Britain’s role in the Iraqi War and whether Tony Blair should be brought up in the Hague for war crimes.
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Why am I not surprised to once again hear allegations that David Cameron and Tony Blair are colluding to stifle the truth?
It will appear to many that no politician has an honest bone among them and Blair is one who is often seen as not only the Prime Minister that brought Britain to its knees but also has blood on his hands for engaging in a war with Iraq that was illegal.
It wasn’t that long ago that former Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Prescott, announced to the press that the Iraqi was highly questionable regarding its legalities and that evidence to invade Iraq was tainted with no real evidence that Iraq was stockpiling Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs).
David Owen has now accused both David Cameron and Tony Blair of striking a ‘secret’ deal that would prevent the Chilcot Inquiry from publishing key documents pertaining to the Iraqi war.
Important letters, between the then British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and the previous President of the United States, George W. Bush, are being held back, according to David Owen, in order to preserve the reputation of Tony Blair and avoid a possible trial that could see him sentenced to death for his war crimes.
David Owen went on to accuse David Cameron of plotting with Tony Blair so that Blair does not give his support to the Labour Party in the next General Election in 2015.
We have already seen evidence that David Cameron has used Tony Blair for advice on several occasions and recently we witnessed how David Cameron allows Tony Blair to use Ambassador Residences when Blair is on his speaking tours – these being private tours that reap him millions every year and the using the Ambassador Residences saves Blair from having to fork out for hotel accommodation.
There is of course no honour among thieves and there are none as tightly knit – birds of a feature flock together and both Cameron and Blair are cut of the same cloth; that is clear for anyone to see.
It is hard to believe that the Chilcot Inquiry was set up four years ago by Sir John Chilcot which was to investigate the legalities of the Iraq War. Since the inquiry began little progress has been made and on David Owen’s assumptions and allegations it is likely that little, if any justice, will prevail.
Cameron, like Blair, will eventually leave Downing Street only to embark on a career in the EU or engaging in speaking and advice tours; making millions in the process.
One thing we are unlikely to witness is that Blair is arrested and charged with war crimes; as politicians, including David Cameron, will continue to manipulate and perverse the course of justice for their own gain.
It is clear that the Chilcot Inquiry is not a public inquiry but rather a farce. It will not be allowed to uncover the entire truth and the British public will never be told how Blair played his part in murdering hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi nationals or overthrowing a dictator so that Blair and Bush could get their hands on the oil beneath Iraqi soil.