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For a cleric, Desmond often speaks a lot of sense.
If Blair had said 'We must get rid of Saddam because he is ruthless tyrant' he might not have got permission to invade, but what he said was 'We must get rid him because he threatens the UK or our allies' which was the only legal justification for invasion. He is a slimy ,self-seeking liar.
It's not going to happen – Tony Blair could weasel out of anything and is too rich and powerful with rich and powerful friends ever to be indicted. As For George W. – the USA doesn't recognise the court in The Hague.
Tony Blair, for all he reached the highest position in Government in the UK, is, nevertheless, a man who only feels comfortable when he has somebody above him to look to for approval and reassurance. In his case, when Prime Minister the only person he could possibly look up to was the President of the United States - and he did. If the P of the USA send jump then Blair jumped and the only reason we went to war against Iraq was because Bush wanted it.
The monitoring team in Iraq, who were very little constrained by the Iraqi government, kept bringing out reports saying they could not find weapons of mass destruction anywhere. They inspected every site the US considered suspect and still found nothing. The 'Weapons of Mass Destruction' reason for the war, was completely unjustified and Bush and Blair knew it.
We went to war to assuage Bush family pride. What Bush Snr started when he (rightly) defended the Kuwaitis from the Iraqi invasion Bush Jnr wanted to equal by getting rid of Saddam himself.
Both men took us into an unjustified war that led to the death of many on all sides. I am completely with Desmond Tutu on this. The sooner they are both in court at The Hague the better.
I say it again - follow the money. Who gained financially by the Iraq war? Not the Iraqs, not the British public - but the 'defence' industry. Blair was just as much in thrall to big business as Cameron is. He didn't get over £20 million pounds by being a good socialist.