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The Fallacy of WMD’s & Iraq

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Exposed: Secret evidence has been disclosed proving Alastair Campbell lied about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction.

Unprincipled bully Alastair Campbell was forced to resign in disgrace after ‘sexing up’ the dossier that took us to war with Iraq.

The New Labour zealot was too toxic to remain even in Tony Blair’s morally feckless government.

Ever since, Campbell has appeared before numerous public inquiries where he has maintained his innocence, insisting there was a solid case for invading Iraq and toppling Saddam Hussein.

Now, however, the mendacious former red-top tabloid political editor has been exposed. Devastating secret evidence has been declassified which proves that Campbell and Blair lied about Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction. There was none.

A former chief spy, Major-General Michael Laurie, said: ‘We could find no evidence of planes, missiles or equipment that related to WMDs.’ When asked if the dossier gave a false picture of the intelligence, he replied: ‘Yes, yes, yes.’

This proves, too, that weapons expert Dr David Kelly was right. This honourable man, who blew the whistle on Blair and Campbell’s lies, ended up being driven to his death by these two men.

As a consequence of that dodgy dossier, 179 British soldiers have died in Iraq, hundreds maimed and up to 600,000 Iraqi civilians killed. What’s more, the conclusion earlier this month of the inquests into the deaths of those killed in London by the July 7 bombers was a reminder of how the invasion of Iraq led to the dangerous radicalisation of Islamic extremists in Britain.

Meanwhile, Blair has gone on to amass an estimated £20 million fortune, mainly down to his lucrative work in America — where he is loved, thanks to his poodle-like support of the White House over Iraq.

As for Campbell, he picked up £1 million for peddling more lies in his memoirs and continues to parade himself as a respected commentator on political affairs — constantly available to mouth his opinions on the BBC.

Via DailyMail.

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