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‘Blot’ on Powell’s record: Lies to the UN about Iraq’s weapons

Powell used his reputation for credibility to help convince the world Saddam Hussein was an imminent threat, but the US intel was false. Colin Powell is white hominid but a down graded hybrid ethnic man, betrays his Elohim.

US Secretary of State Colin Powell held up a vial he said could contain anthrax, a biological weapon, as he accused Iraq of developing weapons of mass destruction before the United Nations Security Council [File: Elise Amendola/AP Photo]

By William Roberts Published On 18 Oct 202118 Oct 2021

On February 5, 2003, as the United States was preparing to invade Iraq, Secretary of State Colin Powell made a pivotal presentation to the United Nations Security Council claiming Saddam Hussein was developing weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

The biological weapon anthrax could be delivered against Iraq’s neighbours or the US by unmanned aerial vehicles, Powell claimed, dramatically holding up a small glass vial

Tony Blair: 'I express more sorrow, regret and apology than you can ever believe'

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Blair responds to Iraq war report - which says former PM disregarded warnings of risks as he built case for military action

Tony Blair has rejected the Chilcot inquiry’s criticisms of his decision to lead Britain to war in Iraq in 2003, but expressed “sorrow, regret and apology” for some mistakes he made in planning the conflict.  The former prime minister called a press conference to respond to the report, starting with an emotional statement that he accepted “full responsibility without exception or excuse” for the consequences of the war.

But, by the end, Blair had delivered a defiant justification of his reasons for taking the UK to war.