Stop the War Coalition
9 July 2013
Blair knows only too well that this is simply not true. And the BBC should not have allowed him to get away with such a blatant distortion. The United Nations estimates that 100,000 have been killed in Syria. This figure includes troops from Syrian forces and rebels killed fighting them and yet this total is presented in the media as if they were all civilian casualties.
No occasion here for Blair to remember how he ignored the two million who filled London's streets on 15 February 2003 protesting against his drive for war against Iraq -- the largest political demonstration in British history.
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