3 September, 2010 — Information Clearing House
British Military in Iraq
A Shocking Legacy.
By Felicity Arbuthnot
The British, of course, having come in flying the St George’s flag on their vehicles (the Crusaders’ flag) slithered out of Basra city, under cover of darkness, to hunker down at the fortified airport, some distance outside the town, in September 2007, much as US units did from other parts of Iraq, last week, fleeing in the night, over the border to Kuwait.
War Criminal Admires War Criminal
Blair Memoir Reveals Support for George W. Bush and Guantanamo Bay
By Roland Watson
TONY Blair admires George W. Bush more than almost any other politician in the world and uses his memoir, A Journey, to give a qualified endorsement of the Guantanamo Bay prison camp in Cuba and the way in which Afghan and Iraqi detainees have been treated.