The long-awaited Chilcot Report is to be published tomorrow. This has taken seven long years to compile and runs to over two million words.
In it Tony Blair will be named and shamed as a blatant liar responsible for the carnage in Iraq — he said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction that could reduce London to rubble in 45 minutes.
Blair knew he was lying when he said this, because there was not a shred of evidence for his toxic claim, though he pretended there was. He did this at the behest of his Zionist masters who were anxious to eliminate all Israel’s potential enemies in the Middle East. For this crime, Blair has been well rewarded. He is now a multimillionaire property tycoon who is said to be worth over $100 million.
To rub salt into the wound, prosecutors at the International Criminal Court have now stated that the blood-bespattered Blair will NOT be investigated for war crimes, no matter what atrocities he is accused of in the Chilcot Report. Apparently, this falls “outside their remit”. (See here)
Ordinary British soldiers, can they be prosecuted for war crimes? Yes. And they will be. No problem! But not Blair. Blair is to be exempt from prosecution. He is sacrosanct. Above the law that applies to lesser mortals.
Blair cannot be touched, because he works for the Jews.