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Sunday, January 29, 2006

'Bush and Blair conspired on war/UN sham'

"Tony Blair knew that George Bush was only "going through the motions" of offering support for a second UN resolution in the run-up to the Iraq war, it was claimed last night.

According to reports in The Mail on Sunday, the Prime Minister and the US President decided to go to war regardless of whether they obtained UN backing. The allegations will undermine claims that the final decision to go to war was not made until MPs voted in the Commons a day before military action. It will also bolster claims that the President and Mr Blair decided to go to war months before military action began.

An updated edition of a book by Philippe Sands QC, a leading human rights barrister and Professor of Law at London University, to be published in Britain this week, is expected to strengthen claims that President Bush decided to go to war with or without UN backing, and that he had Mr Blair's support.

The book is expected to produce fresh evidence that President Bush only went through the motions of giving a wholehearted endorsement to Mr Blair's attempts to gain full UN approval for military action.

At a meeting between Mr Blair and Mr Bush at the White House on 31 January 2003, Mr Blair urged the President to try to obtain a second UN resolution giving specific backing for the war. Mr Bush gave qualified support for going down the UN route. But, according to The Mail on Sunday, President Bush was only going through the motions - and, the paper adds: "Mr Blair not only knew it, but went along with it..."


Blogger Richard said...

I believe both Bush and Blair - who I refer to as The Blood Brothers - will burn together in hell, if there really is such a place. (I truly hope there is.)

5:56 PM  
Blogger Gert said...

There is no doubt in my mind that the plans for invasion had been drawn up well before the tragicomical duo went to seek support from the UN.

A supporting UN resolution would have been a bonus, not a necessary condition for action to prevail.

The facts prove it most demostrably...

4:42 PM  

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