More Blair Lies on Iraq To Be Exposed by BBC's Panorama Program
February 20, 2013 • 11:57AM

Her Majesty's top lackey, Tony Blair, and the lies he created to launch war against Iraq will be exposed in the BBC's Panorama program. Produced by the BBC's award-winning investigative reporter Peter Taylor, the report will be broadcast on BBC1 on March 18th, two days after the tenth anniversary of the 2003 Iraq war. According to an exclusive report in today's Independent, the documentary will include "fresh information about the intelligence deployed by the Blair government to justify the invasion of Iraq."

Taylor's program threatens to bring back into the limelight the entire "dodgy dossier" on Saddam Hussein's supposed weapons of mass destruction, which was "sexed-up," filled with lies as justification for the war against Iraq. In July 2003, after Blair's government found out that it was British weapons inspector Dr. David Kelly who had blown the whistle to BBC that Blair's WMD dossier was "sexed up" (as Kelly put it), Kelly was found dead, allegedly a "suicide."

Taylor, who is said to have excellent intelligence sources, recently interviewed on a BBC program, the Iraqi defector known as "Curveball," who admitted that he had totally "fabricated" the intelligence that claimed Iraq had weapons of mass destruction: These had been quoted as "facts" in February 2003 when U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell cited them in his speech before the UN Security Council as justification to launch the war against Iraq.