Sunday, 24 January 2010
A highly likely story ...
What is this?
Just watching Alan Johnson on the BBC news report, sent a cold shiver down my back, his well preserved and I’m looking good persona! It’s hard to believe that this man was once a postman, and I wonder what he was like then!
I just can’t understand what’s going on here! One thing I’m sure of though; and that’s I’m not paying any heed to government spin or even downright lies!
Just the "highly likely" but, “an attack was not imminent”, the language used giveaway the game the government are playing, and with considerable certainty; they may think that it may help them out, on one or two fronts, such as Brown giving evidence to the Iraq Inquiry before the election, and with high level meetings and gatherings of world leaders planed to be held in London around issues such as the Middle East, Yemen and Afghanistan, twenty-one foreign ministers, including US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, are expected to attend the January 27th London Conference discussing threats posed by Yemen.
This may go some way to explaining the situation. However in this last year the government has had a hard time selling the government mission to the public; they try every trick in the box to win some sort of backing for the two wars!
Dr Blix told BBC Radio: "They changed the tactic at the end. I think they had given up hope." He said he had warned Mr Blair that there were no WMDs at 30 suspected sites but the PM insisted they existed.”
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