Mr Blair has murdered more than 100,000 people in Iraq and the Iraqi people are an occupied people, illegally invaded. They have the moral and legal right to resist that occupation.
Why would that right be restricted to the poor, bloody infantry that Mr Blair sent into the streets of Iraq?
If the Iraqis have the right, as they do under international law and under any moral philosophy, to resist foreign invaders of their country (then) that must include the man who is giving the orders.
Friday May 26, 2006
Speaking from Cuba, where he earlier in the week shared a TV stage with President Fidel Castro.
[The irony of it all…happy with Castro while advocating the murder of a leader that helped save so many people from a murderous tyrant.–Joe]