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Compulsory reading for all U.K/U.S citizens.,
This review is from: The Strange Death of David Kelly (Paperback)
This is a fantastically brave and well researched book. Norman Baker lays out the evidence in a captivating and honest manner,leaving the reader flabbergasted by the inner workings of our government and how they manipulated the country into going into an ilegal war in Irag and poor David Kelly lost his life somewhere in the mix.
Its a `who dunnit`,only very real on a grand and horrifying scale.For all the people who were on the anti war march which was so ignored by our democratically elected government ,this is confirmation of the betrayal we all feel. This should be compulsory reading for all U.K citizens....
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Initial post: 12 Sep 2008, 15:34:21 BST
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Jan 2009, 22:07:21 GMT
M. Rossiter says:
i can't see what you're point is. you think that because she lives in england she cannot possibly think there is something wrong with it? are you so easily blinded by your patriotism?
In reply to an earlier post on 17 Aug 2010, 21:09:41 BST
Neil Saunders says:
Angeln's remarks are not strictly on-topic, but he makes a perfectly valid point about the effacement of English national identity by holding up some of the reviewer's word for inspection. (We may assume, incidentally, that most critics of Blair's wars regard themselves as "liberals", and will therefore refuse - as a kind of conditioned reflex - to have any truck with something they have been taught to consider as morally tainted as English nationalism, hence Angeln's hostile reception here.)
On-topic, I think that the Hutton Report stunk (and continues to stink) to high heaven, and that Blair and his various cronies, apologists and enablers still have a very serious case to answer, both for the death of Dr Kelly and for the false prospectus offered in supposed justification for the Iraq war. (Let's hope they are compelled to do so, on possible criminal charges, at some tribunal such as The Hague.) It may be difficult for some people to grasp, but you can be an English nationalist (as I am), and yet still hold fairly liberal views on a whole range of subjects. You are not a presumptive fascist or bigot.
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