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Tony Blair admits: I would have invaded Iraq anyway

Tony Blair has said he would have invaded Iraq even without evidence of weapons of mass destruction and would have found a way to justify the war to parliament and the public.

The former prime minister made the confession during an interview with Fern Britton, to be broadcast on Sunday on BBC1, in which he said he would still have thought it right to remove Saddam Hussein from power.

"If you had known then that there were no WMDs, would you still have gone on?" Blair was asked. He replied: "I would still have thought it right to remove him [Saddam Hussein]".

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This man has no morals whatsoever.

The reason for the invasion and occupation of Iraq was always, is now, and will continue to be, about Iraq's oil, which was nationalized under Saddam Hussein, and is now being bid out for development to the large oil companies.

But of course, that's something a little bit difficult to "sell" to your military, and their friends and families when they come back from this "adventure-for-profit" either dead or maimed for life.

So you "sold" WMDs to your country's citizens like a fishmonger, knowing well before the invasion that there were absolutely no WMD's in Iraq.

It was all about the money.

History will judge this man harshly as one of the worst Prime Ministers in the history of the UK, and that's saying something.

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