As Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been reported as saying, Tony Blair is already starting to prepare the ground for the expected criticisms of the Chilcot enquiry on his decision to declare war on Iraq.
Half baked apologies, like those issued by Mr Blair, and others who bear responsibility for any human slaughter, legal or illegal, carries little credence by the general public.
Mr Blair has acknowledged that his actions in Iraq bore some elements of truth in the formation of the Islamic State (Isis).
Ironically at the same time he tried to worm his way out of this, by declaring that Isis was formed in Syria and not Iraq.
Does this ex British prime minister not realise, that his actions in Iraq were seen as a global declaration of war, on ALL Islamic people and their Muslim faith ?
I am sure I am not alone when I say, that I hope the Chilcot enquiry, exposes sufficient worthy evidence, to charge Mr Blair with crimes against humanity and be brought before the court to answer for his crimes.
Then and only then, will the people of the whole world see, who was responsible for the present global hell hole of instability, that the world is paying dearly for today.
Harry Stephenson, Kircubbin