Tuesday, October 25, 2005

t r u t h o u t - Bush at Bay: Fitzgerald Looks at Niger Forgeries

Open letter to David Cameron,

From this story it seems that there is evidence that the WHIG group actually came together to market the war in Iraq, which we all know now was based on a false prospectus.
The Bushites seem to be in dissarray.
Now surely is the time to pressurise Blair again.

You cannot claim to be untainted as a new leader of the conservatives while still attached to a policy that the war in Iraq was justified.

With a big majority of Iraqis in favour of the killing of British troops, we have a democratic responsibiltiy to bringing them home, do we not?

This is a forces constituency. With the MOD survey showing a big majority of Iraqis hostile to us even in the south, how do you justify keeping these forces in Iraq?

t r u t h o u t - Bush at Bay: Fitzgerald Looks at Niger Forgeries: "The group included: Rove, Libby, Condoleezza Rice, Karen Hughes, Mary Matalin and Stephen Hadley (now Bush's national security adviser) and produced white papers that put into dramatic form the intelligence on Iraq's supposed nuclear threat. WHIG launched its media blitz in September 2002, six months before the war. Rice memorably spoke of the prospect of 'a mushroom cloud,' and Card revealingly explained why he chose September, saying 'From a marketing point of view, you don't introduce new products in August.'

The marketing is over but the war goes on. The press is baying and the law closes in. The team of Bush loyalists in the White House is demoralized and braced for disaster."

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