WHITEWASH: Establishment operative Sir John Chilcot refused to implicate Tony Blair in one of the greatest public deceptions of all-time.
A year ago the Chilcot Report was finally released into the public domain. It is a salutary reminder to the world that the monumental war crime against the Iraqi people overseen by Blair and his New Labour government will never, and cannot ever, be forgotten.
The massive Royal Military Police investigation, called Operation Northmoor, has looked into hundreds of allegations of potentially illegal killings conducted between 2010 and 2013.
A British soldier looks through the scope of a machine gun to observe an area as he waits for the arrival of Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during his visit to Camp Qargha in Kabul, Afghanistan, Nov. 26, 2016. (Mohammad Ismail/AP)
International Justice Day is celebrated throughout the world on July 17, 2017 as part of an effort to recognise the emerging system of international criminal justice.
It is also referred to as Day of International Criminal Justice or World Day for International Justice. July 17 was chosen because it is the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute, the treaty that created the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The 1999 NATO attack on Yugoslavia was unambiguously a war crime and a totally devastating one at that. The Serbian people have still not received any justice after suffering under NATO’s multiple acts of war criminality.
The Serbian Royal Academy of Scientists and Artists has put together a legal team in order to sue NATO in an international court for crimes against humanity.
In September 2015, a young boy was found washed up on a beach in Turkey.
Photos of Aylan Kurdi’s lifeless body were quickly splashed across mass media, much the same way that Omran Daqneesh’s photo inside an ambulance would also be disseminated.
Accusations of responsibility were hurled at the Syrian government, and leaders from Western nations upped their rhetoric about the need for intervention. Meanwhile, the corporate media and Western leaders continued their silence on the murders, decapitations, kidnappings, and actual starvation of children and adults alike in Syria by the armed mercenaries and zealots the West calls “moderates”.
An escaped sex slave, once held captive by ISIS, noted that the country Donald Trump just promised billions, is facilitating a massive sex trafficking ring.
Conveniently absent from the mainstream media as well as the white house is the Saudi role in modern day slavery.
Few Americans could hardly have imagined the devastation, destruction, and horror experienced by the Iraqi people when the decision to invade Iraq was made in 2003. And no people, arguably, have endured more suffering than the Yazidi people, an Iraqi minority group.
Shortly after her return from Syria, Vanessa Beeley, associate editor at 21WIRE, spoke to Debbie Lusignan better known as Sane Progressive.
Subjects covered, were wide ranging and in depth, delving into the soft power NGO complex, the NATO and Gulf state White Helmet’s proven affiliation to Nusra Front aka Al Qaeda in Syria and the dirty war on Syria being waged by an array of NATO and Gulf states with the support of Israel who stands to be the greatest regional beneficiary of a destabilized Syria and arch enemies Hezbollah and by default, Iran.
Former SNP MP Jim Sillars has launched a legal bid to prosecute Prime Minister Tony Blair for war crimes in Iraq under Scots law.
In a 10,000 word dossier delivered to Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini, Mr Sillars submits that Tony Blair should be held to account for conspiring to overthrow Saddam Hussein’s regime and for starting the war in Iraq, both contrary to international law.