Further to my interruption of The Levison Inquiry where I alerted the inquiry to the fact that Tony Blair is a war criminal, I have been summonsed at 09. 30 on16th November to appear at Highgate magistrate’s court accused under the public order act 1986 for using threatening abusive or insulting words or behaviour that may have caused someone harassment alarm or distress.
As someone who has shown a personal interest in the Iraq war, I would very much like to invite you to consider giving your name to the letter of support below.
Please come along and support me from the public gallery on the day. This would be a great boost to my effort to keep this issue in the public eye. I am committed to arguing that Blair (and Bush) should be tried for war crimes.
Under the law it states that in my defence I should now be able to demonstrate that my conduct was reasonable:
My Mother and Father fought for this country in the 2nd world war to see off the imperialist evil that was Hitler and the Nazi’s ..My father was in the Normandy landings whilst my mother witnessed the blitz finding herself evacuated from her home..
When I was just three months old they adopted me bringing me up in a very stable loving home .After all they did for me and being a British citizen of this country my conscience will not just allow me to stand by whilst our nation’s good name has been criminally disgraced ..
As a nation we are being asked to turn a blind eye. A blind eye to what millions of us believe. That a former Prime minister of ours, Tony Blair whilst in a co-conspiracy with George Bush deceived us into a corrupt Iraq war that took the lives of over half a million people
As with all crimes there has to be a motivation. One question: Do you truly believe that Tony Blair and George Bush didn't discuss the business opportunities that would be available in Iraq back in the Crawford ranch in 2002.Opportunities in Banking, OIL, Construction, and the Arms industries
It’s worth just remembering George Bush making that ‘mission accomplished speech’ from the USS Abraham Lincoln in May 2003. It shows that he and Blair got it terribly wrong . They thought that due to the fact that Iraq was crippled from ten years of sanctions the war would be over in months and no one would notice the business side of the deal . Blair guessed that five years later, after he left office it would all be old news, swept under the carpet. Five years later, the war was still raging and hundreds of lives were being lost every week. You might just conclude that Blair was caught with his hands in the till.
Ministers may well be dishonest about their expense claims, they may well be dishonest about their dealings with the press, but if there is one thing a Prime minister must be absolutely honest about then surely its his country’s decision to go to war, as that is obviously the one decision that might just involve the loss of somebody else’s life..
The lies that Blair told have been highlighted time an time again:
The dodgy dossier with Tony Blair’s forward that it was beyond doubt that Saddam Hussein had WMD and they could be ready within 45 minutes. There was no evidence for this claim..
The intelligence services were telling Blair that the intelligence on Saddam’s weapons was limited yet two weeks later he was telling the house of commons that it was ‘extensive detailed and authoritative’..
Why did Blair not accept the original advice of the then Attorney General, Lord Goldsmith, that the war was illegal.
Major Tim Cross and Claire Short had told Blair that the plans for post war Iraq were inadequate and that the war should be delayed. Blair ignored them
I think it is worth remembering when George Bush made that ‘mission accomplished speech’ from the USS Abraham Lincoln in May 2003. It shows that he and Blair got it terribly wrong . They thought that due to the intelligence that Iraq was crippled from ten years of sanctions the war would be over in months and no one would have noticed. Blair guessed that five years later, after he left office it would all be old news, swept under the carpet But when, five years later, the war was still raging and hundreds of lives were being lost every week he was caught, you might say, with his hands in the till.
The world is now perilously close to a III war in the Middle East , yet ask yourselves what would happen if we were indeed to bring Bush and Blair to The Hague to stand trial? Apart from regaining some of our damaged reputation throughout the world you can be sure that there would very little public sympathy on either side of the Atlantic for any future imperialist wars.
I believe that we do indeed have a responsibility to rest of the world, and to our children to stand up to these crimes.
As a servant to this country, I now say to our current Prime Minister, Mr. Cameron.
In light of all the evidence and circumstantial evidence that has become clear, you must now to refer Tony Blair and George Bush to the International court in the Hague for ‘Crimes against peace’.
Please come and support me on 16th November at Haringey Magistrates court
Highgate Court House
LETTER OF SUPPORT
I ________________ am supporting the effort of DWL to defend himself of the charges laid against him Highgate magistrate’s court , where is accused under the public order act 1986 for using threatening abusive or insulting words or behaviour that may have caused someone harassment alarm or distress.
His commitment to seeing Tony Blair and George Bush brought to trial on charges of War Crimes is unquestionable and one that resonates for more and more people around the world. We have only recently heard notable figures such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu speak out on this very matter.
I wish DLW every good luck in his campaign.