Chilcot Inquiry into the 2003 Iraq War

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Hi Peter
               the enquiry result will be being held over so as not to damage labour in the general election not that milliband has not done that already maybe he and cameron who says we will have a referendum on the E U in 2017 knows he wont be in government so there will be no referendum at all
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And I want to see the Kelly case revived. No way was that suicide, which should result in the undoing of Herr Blair... British justice is not being seen right now.
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David the establishment have to much control just now for any sort of justice to be forthcoming we are only told what they want to tell us all we get is misinformation and lies
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I wonder if the Chilcott enquiry will ever be released - I suspect it will be kicked into the long grass.  At the time of the war all parties supported it and I really don't believe that most politicians believed the tripe being handed out to parliament. Blair and his minions should all be tried in a criminal court - it was not only an illegal war but an immoral one as well. They should suffer the consequences of their behaviour and pay the price for their immorality and lies.  Blair is a disgrace to mankind - lying, cheating greedy, arrogant and amoral - his minions who bowed scraped and sucked up to him and Bush are as much responsible as they are! Greed for power are all these people seem to care about - just like the present government who are no better.  I don't like or trust a single politician. I think Miliband may be, at heart, an honest guy but he doesn't have what it takes to govern a country. Especially since appearance and presentation seem so important, more so it seems than honesty or even policies. He, like me, is a socialist at heart, and I doubt that many people are these days.  I, also don't like or trust Farage or his crew so Ukip doesn't offer me an acceptable alternative either.  We need ordinary, honest folk to represent us with morals and a desire to serve the public and give us a more equal society. Any suggestions?
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Hi Peter
              I read with interest that you hope the establishment will see tony blair stand trial for war crimes this will never happen there are to many people could be implicated in this therefore some excuse will be made to get him of the hook the establishment look after their own watch this space
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I appreciate the fact I have mentioned the Hillsborough disaster on here and some might be getting fed up with it, but the fact is a lot can be learned from it.

If nothing else it proves that no matter how many people tell you something is impossible it simply doesn't make it so.

Straight after the disaster newspapers if you can call them that printed lies that we were told we couldn't do anything about because you couldn't libel the dead and newspapers were too powerful. We didn't let it rest and every single newspaper who printed those lies was forced to print a retraction and apology.

We were told we would never get justice and as yet we haven't but with the new inquests we have taken a big step towards proving that was not as impossible as a lot of people claimed.

So maybe Blair paying for his crimes is not as impossible as some people think.
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