Apologetic Tony Blair backs US intervention in Syria despite his Iraq disaster

Britain’s controversial former prime minister Tony Blair has bid to push his country into yet another military conflict – this time in Syria.
In an interview, Blair claimed the UK should back a U.S. intervention against Damascus, in the wake of the alleged chemical attack.

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Blair did not deceive Parliament to take Britain into Iraq war – MPs

British MPs have overwhelmingly blocked plans for a new investigation, into whether former Prime Minister Tony Blair lied in the build-up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Over 400 lawmakers voted against the motion, brought by former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. Only 70 were in favour. We heard from Conservative party MP David Amess, who backed another inquiry.

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Chilcot Special: Looking beneath the whitewash of the Iraq inquiry (Going Underground)

Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the Chilcot Report. We speak to Former First Minster of Scotland Alex Salmond. In ‘I will be with you, whatever’ we dismantle the reasons for Tony Blair’s war in Iraq with his former attorney general. And the vice president of the Geneva International Center for Justice tells us what Bush and Blair’s shock and awe did to his country.

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Shrug Off And Move On? Iraq War report ‘inconvenienced’ Tony Blair

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair woke up on Thursday to see his face on the cover of almost every British newspaper. The media have come down hard on Blair, in the wake of a damning major report into the UK’s role in the Iraq war.

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‘I will be with you, whatever’: Londoners react to Blair’s letters to Bush on Iraq war

The Chilcot report has shed light on many things – one of them being the almost tender relationship between Tony Blair and George W. Bush. At least that’s the impression many got after seeing letters between the two. We read out some of the extracts on the streets of London to gauge people’s reactions.

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Outrage as ICC claims Blair won’t go on trial for war crimes

The long awaited Chilcot report on the UK’s role in the Iraq war is due to be released on Wednesday after seven years of preparation.

Ahead of its publication the International Criminal Court says that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will not be investigated for war crimes but that British soldiers could be.

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Tony Blair and Countering Violent Extremism: The VICE News Interview

After leaving office in 2007, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair endured criticism for his role in the Iraq War and controversy surrounding his selection as a United Nations peace envoy in the Middle East.

No longer an envoy, Blair has now come to the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC to kick off a commission on countering violent extremism (CVE). Together with his co-chair, former CIA director and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, Blair plans to provide the next US president with advice on combating what he sees as an existential threat.

VICE News sits down with Blair to discuss what he, Panetta, and the CVE commission hope to achieve.

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‘Obama must be taken before ICC for the war on terror’ – Chomsky to RT

The US war on terror is in fact the most massive terror campaign ever, and the invasion of Iraq was the worst crime in recent history, prominent liberal thinker Noam Chomsky told RT, adding that he wants to see Bush, Blair and Obama tried at the ICC.

The ‘father of modern linguistics,’ Chomsky reflects on the language of the war on terror, coming to the conclusion that the freer the society, the more sophisticated its propaganda.

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