During the build-up to war and since, most of the electorate of this country have consistently opposed the decision to invade. People have seen their political wishes ignored for reasons now proved false. But there has been no attempt in parliament to call Mr Blair personally to account for what has transpired to be a blunder of enormous strategic significance. It should come as no surprise therefore that so many of this country’s voters have turned their backs on a democratic system they feel has so little credibility and is so unresponsive.
No one can undo the decision to go to war. But the impeachment of Mr Blair is now something I believe must happen if we are to rekindle interest in the democratic process.
(Source: The Guardian)
The above is a statement by General Sir Michael Rose. Get that? General Sir. I’m not emphasising those titles because they mean anything to me: I admire neither generals nor knights. But they should be a guide as to how establishment this man his, how thoroughly he comes from the other side of the tracks to loony lefties like me.
And General Sir Michael Rose wants Butcher Blair impeached.
Please have a proper read of Rose’s case, linked above. I appreciate Rose’s case for the importance of rekindling our faith in British democracy, but personally I’d like to see Blair impeached for the 100,000 Iraqis he’s helped to murder.
Will there ever be justice for those innocents?