Public opposition to war doesn’t ‘invalidate’ invasion, says war criminal Tony ‘Bloodlust’ Blair

Blair selfie - I love the smell of Napalm anytimeTony Blair Selfie – I love the smell of napalm any time of day

The murderer and war criminal Tony Blair is busy running round the world claiming his complicity in the murder of 100,000 Iraqis, most of whom were innocent, was an act of great humanity for which he deserves to be granted high office and eventually proclaimed St. Anthony of The Cottage. Honestly there is no end to the arrogance and pomposity of these shits. One also has to wonder what Bliar is after, there must be a prestigious, high paying job going. Or maybe he is just acting as a shill to try and revive Obama’s failed attempt to start world War Three in Syria.

Tony Blair as he claims he saved Iraq from Syria-style civil war

Tony Blair yesterday said ministers must be prepared to go to war in the future regardless of the level of public opposition. The former Prime Minister suggested voters do not always understand where Britain’s real interests lie and should be ignored if politicians think there is a good case for military intervention.

He admitted that ministers should be ‘aware’ of the need to secure public support for a foreign conflict. ‘But in my view, it doesn’t invalidate the necessity to intervene because what you’ve got to compare is the fact and the consequences of intervention with the fact and the consequences of non-intervention,’ he said.

Tony Blair yesterday said ministers must be prepared to go to war in the future regardless of the level of public opposition. The former Prime Minister suggested voters do not always understand where Britain’s real interests lie and should be ignored if politicians think there is a good case for military intervention.

He admitted that ministers should be ‘aware’ of the need to secure public support for a foreign conflict. ‘But in my view, it doesn’t invalidate the necessity to intervene because what you’ve got to compare is the fact and the consequences of intervention with the fact and the consequences of non-intervention,’ he said.

And we should be aware of the real agenda on Syria.

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