This is why ex-spies shouldn’t try to denounce public figures

Dodgy: Sir Richard Dearlove was instrumental in the creation of the dossier on which the UK’s entry into the Iraq War was based.

This should be self-explanatory:

If you want to know more about Richard Dearlove’s involvement in sending the UK into the Iraq War, visit this article.

You’ll be hard-pressed to deny its conclusion:

“Dearlove appears to have overseen the ‘dodgy dossier’ that justified invading a country for its oil. So McDonnell is right in telling him to check his record.”

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  1. Jeffrey Davies October 11, 2018 at 5:27 am - Reply

    oil profits wealth control

  2. Pat Sheehan October 11, 2018 at 10:08 pm - Reply

    Yes, a little bit of humility now might be appropriate (fat chance) but just a smidgen of integrity at the outset might have been a pre-requisite for a government official operating at that level supposedly in the best interest of the UK and its foreign affairs: or is that somehow a hindrance to functionality in these departments engaged in ‘covert’ operations associated with shady agendas demanding the manufacture of fictitious supporting data?

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