From the BBC Removal of Saddam Hussein 'right', says Tony Blair.
A few very scary Blair quotes:
It would have been "right to remove" Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein even without evidence that he had weapons of mass destruction, Tony Blair has said.
But you did not argue that at the time. You told us it was because of WMD. Yet you knew they did not exist. In other words you lied to us.
"That's why I sympathise with the people who were against [the war] for perfectly good reasons and are against it now, but for me, you know, in the end I had to take the decision."
So you now admit there were good reasons even when we did not know you were lying to us. Now everyone knows you lied. So the "perfectly good reasons" look even more perfect. Despite that you would not listen to anyone.
But he went on: "I think people sometimes think my religious faith played a direct part in some of those decisions, it really didn't."
Well bang goes the idea that it is a Christian faith. If Christian faith dos not play a direct part in decisions you make then it is not Christian faith. Completely off his rocker! How can you claim to have role to play in the world because of your Christian faith and then also claim it had no impact on the moral decisions you made! Duh. No wonder you don't worry about lying.