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Blair défend la guerre d'Iraq - même sans WMD

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  1. eRRy

    eRRy JF-Expert Member

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    LONDRES (L'AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE) – La Grande-Bretagne aurait soutenu l'invasion de l'Iraq même s'il savait que Saddam Hussein n'avait aucune arme de destruction de masse (WMDs), l'ancien premier ministre Tony Blair a dit dans les commentaires libérés samedi.
    Blair, qui doit apparaître avant une investigation de guerre d'Iraq officielle longtemps attendue au début de l'année prochaine, a dit que Londres aurait utilisé d'autres façons de justifier son soutien en faveur de la guerre menée d'Etats-Unis 2003 pour évincer le chef iraquien.
    "Je penserais toujours cela le droit de l'enlever. Évidemment vous auriez dû utiliser et déployer de différents arguments, de la nature de la menace," il a dit BBC.
    "Je ne peux pas vraiment croire que nous soyons mieux avec lui et ses deux fils toujours responsables mais c'est incroyablement difficile," a-t-il ajouté, selon les commentaires libérés avant que le programme a été transmis dimanche.
    Blair a dit : "c'était la notion de lui comme une menace à la région, dont le développement de WMD était évidemment un et parce que vous aviez eu 12 ans de Nations Unies d'avant en arrière sur ce sujet, il a utilisé des armes chimiques sur ses propres gens - donc c'était évidemment la chose qui a été prédominante dans mon esprit."
    Blair, qui a de façon controversée soutenu le président alors américain George W. Bush dans l'invasion de mars de 2003 de l'Iraq, a admis que les familles d'entre ceux qui sont morts l'ont blâmé, mais ont exigé que les parents de soldats puissent être fiers de leur sacrifice.
    "Vous savez qu'il y a des parents qui se sentent très, très, profondément furieux et plein de ressentiment et croient que la guerre ne l'a pas valu," a-t-il dit.
    Mais il a ajouté : "il est aussi important de comprendre que beaucoup d'entre ceux qui sont dans les forces armées ... ils sont très souvent fiers de que leur enfant a fait et fier de la cause dans laquelle ils ont lutté, donc vous devez être."
    Ancien premier ministre a aussi insisté sur l'importance de sa foi chrétienne - et a expliqué pourquoi il n'est pas passé au catholicisme tant qu'il n'ait quitté le bureau en 2007.
    "Il y aurait eu des complications sans fin," a-t-il dit.
    "Peut-être je devrais juste l'avoir fait, mais, être sincère, vous avez autant continuant que le Premier ministre et il y a tant d'éditions dont vous devez vous occuper, que vous vous demandez vraiment si c'est une grande idée d'y mettre le Catholique entier contre la chose d'église établie.
    "J'avais assez de controverse pour m'occuper."
    L'Ancien chef de Démocrates Libéral Menzies Campbell, dit sur le parlement de samedi aurait probablement soutenu la guerre si les députés savaient qu'il n'y avait aucun WMD en Iraq.
    "Il (Blair) n'aurait pas obtenu l'endossement de la Chambre des communes le 18 mars 2003 s'il avait été aussi sincère avec la Chambre des communes alors qu'il a l'air d'être disposé à être sincère avec BBC maintenant," a dit Campbell.
    On s'attend à ce que Blair apparaisse avant la soi-disant investigation Chilcot dans la guerre d'Iraq - qui s'est ouvert le mois dernier, après que presque toutes les forces britanniques ont quitté le pays cette année - au début de 2010, peut-être en janvier.
     
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    yooooooooooooooo mwe mashikolo mageni
     
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    Merci!!
     
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    Bhalangani nkulaga imbungungwe, ninsansa yaki mulingwe nenzelu nyipanga!

    Tony Blair pukulyo manigatomunzenze pisa ninkuluge pamunsi!

    Why war?
     
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    JF qua pease!!!
    :rolleyes:
     
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    Ou'Tony Blair ng'wanoyo ango bantwale Mu'Hague duhu. Mulagi wa ba'Iraq ung'wanoyo. Wakobiza geteh nsese nulu kamunda ka'nva... ubiza afatile pyee'sho ele'Bush lyayombaga!
     
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    ha ha haaa haa!!Hii thread ipelekwe kule kwenye vunja mbavu

    haha haa !!! LOUGHING OUT LOUD
     
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    Vous voulez nous prouver que vous savez le Français ? Ou vous êtes juste une personne ..... ?
     
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    LONDON (AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE) - Britain would have supported the invasion of Iraq even though he knew that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction (WMDs), former Prime Minister Tony Blair said in remarks released Saturday.

    Blair to appear before an investigating official Iraq war long expected early next year, said London would have used other ways to justify its support for the war to USA 2003 to oust the Iraqi leader.
    "I always think that the right to remove it. Obviously you would have had to use and deploy different arguments, the nature of the threat," he told BBC.

    "I can not really believe that we are better with him and his two son still responsible but it is incredibly difficult," he added, according to comments released before the program was transmitted on Sunday.

    Blair said: "It was the notion of him as a threat to the region, including the development of WMD and was evidently because you were 12 years of United Nations back and forth on this subject, he used chemical weapons on his own people - so it was obviously something that has been predominant in my mind. "

    Blair, who has controversially backed the then U.S. President George W. Bush's invasion of March 2003 in Iraq, admitted that the families of those who died have blamed, but demanded that the parents of soldiers can be proud of their sacrifice.

    "You know there are parents who feel very, very, deeply angry and resentful and believe that the war has not won," he said.

    But he added: "It is also important to understand that many of those in the armed forces ... they are often proud that their child has done and proud of the cause in which they fought, so you must be. "

    Former Prime Minister also stressed the importance of his Christian faith - and explained why it never occurred to Catholicism until he has left office in 2007.
    "There have been endless complications," he said.

    "Maybe I should just have done, but be honest, you all still the Prime Minister and there are so many editions you must take care that you wonder if it's really a great idea to put the whole Catholic thing against the established church.

    "I had enough controversy to keep me busy."
    The former Liberal Democrat leader Menzies Campbell, told parliament on Saturday would probably have supported the war if members knew that there were no WMD in Iraq.

    "He (Blair) did not obtain the endorsement of the House of Commons March 18, 2003 had he been honest with the House of Commons when he seems to be willing to be honest with BBC now, "said Campbell.

    It is expected that Blair appears before the so-called investigative Chilcot in the Iraq war - which began last month after almost all the British forces left the country this year - in early 2010 perhaps in January.
     
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    Bwanji mwe blair, nkuti fiki mwe!, ndauli makasi, une mwitongolo,takwenya, checheche, shimboni na shicha mbale, kasinge waitu,uwombile, tataitu,soliwenyi,tachatulagile bukima, abalichi mwe anganga,moni oti, walaye,kudazjiwa zimenezo muma nena imwe??,nkosi waiza vuvulela,

    Tony blair, heshima mbele, Kumusta po kayo?, sawubona, salam,borokhim aboye, minjhani, heyello,kaixo, haai, ungjatjeta, subbah-el-kheir, Grüßgott, adaab, xin chào,shwmae, hola, pree-vyet, Yow Wah gwaan, 你好.
    moyo,bondia, baagunnara ,ia orana, Jwajalapa,おはよう ございます 
     
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    eRRy JF-Expert Member

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    C'est la maison des grands Penseurs...!!!
     
  12. PakaJimmy

    PakaJimmy JF-Expert Member

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    Ngoshwe,

    Mapembelo bhabhene!
    Ichafikono bee!
    Elihobhe lipimbile isabuni libitike mwishamba bee!
    Une nilonga ndesi bana, eligali lipimbile indosa!

    Isn't it Ngoshwe?
     
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    acha kabisa, PJ, by the way Como está?

    Nde ulolesa mu lulenga kuwidambe be!. Nga sindu mulongo wangu, everthing kabwina kabisa , twe mewawa ena! twe lumwitingile pungo, chita chita sikupusa mbale wanga, because chiumbile munungu nangu nkumemena baba kha! Just to to know, mu poketi mwanu ugegile chilingi au nchumali kaka! achimwe tawina sitimajiwa ngani zimenezo mwachi frenci ati! koma timazimwa mu forum ndati muno zimalowa bwanji aye!

    Anyway, jalijonje yae jikale nkuti everthing mu blackets, chimakonde che mungu chikandanga kaka!, imfyakiti agenda say wakola waitu or kasinge for everthing inrespect of my uncle blair bikozi ni mutu wa nyumbani huyu, is like mutagaiwa so to say!.

    Udindisile bhe, ne ngwaula chano baba!

    Adeus, CIAO
     
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    Mauza uza JF-Expert Member

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    kwikwikwikwi......Conti Blair timnti tanti tontuuu Iraq itinti nto Bush tuntutntuntuu.mmmmh ntontuuuuntu.....nooooo.
     
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