Thursday, 7 July 2016

The conclusions of the Chilcot Report were obvious at the time

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The main findings of the Chilcot Report were obvious to me before the war and I didn't even buy a paper. I was against war. I assumed Saddam had WMD and they were the best were best reason for not going to war.




I found it absolutely amazing that people bought the idea that Saddam might bomb our base in Cyprus.




I am afraid I did not anticipate the terrible consequences of the war but even had the Americans been greeted as liberators by a grateful populace, as I hoped, the war was still unnecessary and unjust.




I see no reason to think Anthony Blair lied about WMD.

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