Bush-Blair “Incompetence” or War Crimes? Human Catastrophe Triggered by Two “Irresponsible” Politicians

Portends Possible EU Collapse. 100,000 Refugees in Greatest Humanitarian Crisis since World War II

The catastrophic incompetency of Blair and Bush in destroying Iraq on the basis of intelligence known, or suspected as having been, false has been responsible for the calamitous Middle East instability that has led to the rise of radical Islamic groups such as ISIL and the resultant creation of the largest movement of refugees from East to West that the world has ever known.

This human and political catastrophe being the consequence of the criminal actions of two incompetent politicians who have since both become rich on the back of their inept governance when in power. There is little doubt that these men should now be brought before the International Criminal Court to face allegations of liability for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians plus thousands of American and British service personnel, dead and wounded.

Equally serious is the current threat to the continued existence of the European Union of 500,000,000 people in 28 member states now at risk as a result of the calamitous creation of millions of refugees from Syria, the Middle East and North Africa – the consequence of the actions of these two incompetents: Blair and Bush.

Should the EU collapse as a political and economic union, and/or thousands of refugees freeze to death in East and Central Europe in the approaching winter – the responsibility will lie with two of the most inept, so-called leaders in modern history.  They must be brought to account.

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Articles by: Anthony Bellchambers

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