Iraq 2003; The Aftermath
As we speak, Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the UK, is being questioned.
A strong general consensus feels that he's a war criminal who lead his country astray; causing the unnecessary death of many British soldiers out on the battlefields of a war that should have never been started. It wasn't justified. It wasn't right. It was an illegal war - on all levels. It seems likely that Mr. Blair will get some sort of reprimande... but he was of course clever enough to secure the support of the Parliament before actually going to war, so he can't be blamed all on his own.
We shall see where this goes.
The question is: Is it realistic to hope that the US of A will finally gather their amorphous coward jello enough together so that they form the actual balls needed to deal with this issue and prosecute former President Bush, and the real power behind the throne, former VP "Dick the Great"? I think not.
"The idea of God is the sole wrong for which I cannot forgive mankind." (Alphonse Donatien De Sade)