David Cameron’s call for war crimes charges against Libyan leaders is justified, but the Tory leader should add himself, the majority of his party and almost all of his Westminster colleagues to the list of people who should face justice before an international court on charges of waging aggressive war and the deaths of over a million people.
The continuing illegal war in Iraq claimed almost 4,000 civilians this year, the Iraq Body Count (IBC) group recently reported.
Britain has been forbidden from deporting failed “asylum seekers” from Iraq back to their homeland by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) — because the invasion of that country by the British and American governments has caused that nation to become “unsafe.”
ConDem Foreign Secretary William Hague’s promised plans for a “foreign policy with a conscience” are yet another shocking barefaced lie as his party’s warmongering has resulted in the deaths of well over one million Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001.
Tory stooge and former head of the Army, General Sir Richard Dannatt has attempted to blame the former Labour regime for letting down British soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan — but his own Conservative Party is equally to blame for stabbing our troops in the back.
Award-winning investigative reporter for New Statesman magazine John Pilger has copied the British National Party’s lead in calling for war crimes charges against Tony Blair and has even repeated many of the exact case points as first made by the party.
The British National Party’s anti-war stance with regard to Iraq and Afghanistan and its insistence that these conflicts exacerbate terrorism in Britain has been confirmed as correct by the former head of MI5.
On the fifth anniversary of the 7/7 terror attacks in London, yet another senior police anti-terrorism expert has confirmed the accuracy of the British National Party’s policy which ascribed current UK foreign policy as one of the major causes of terrorism in our country.
This year’s Armed Forces Day should first and foremost be conducted in honour of the 486 British soldiers who have lost their lives and the 13,464 soldiers who have been wounded in the Lib-Lab-Con’s Lie Machine-generated wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, said British National Party leader Nick Griffin MEP.