The Daily Blog Open Mic – 21st March 2023

Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.


Announce protest actions, general chit chat or give your opinion on issues we haven’t covered for the day.

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  1. Can someone remind me about that illegal War in Iraq 20 years ago that started on the 20 March 2003.

    You know. When the US president W Bush, Tony B-Lair UK PM, and the msm lied to the world claiming something about something called WMDs in Iraq.
    And something about something called ‘yellow-cake?’

    Then there was a massive million people march who protested against going to War!!

    Fuck the Climate Change Green Washn scam.

    • I can’t forget Iraq.
      This was one report 2021.
      After the Wars in Iraq, ‘Everything Living is Dying’
      Decades of war, poverty and fossil fuel extraction have devastated the country’s environment and its people.
      By Lynzy Billing
      December 29, 2021
      …As far back as 2005, the United Nations had estimated that Iraq was already littered with several thousand contaminated sites. Five years later, an investigation by The Times, a London-based newspaper, suggested that the U.S. military had generated some 11 million pounds of toxic waste and abandoned it in Iraq. Today, the country remains awash in hazardous materials, such as depleted uranium and dioxin, which have polluted the soil and water. And extractive industries like the KAR oil refinery often operate with minimal transparency. On top of all of this, Iraq is among the countries most vulnerable to climate change, which has already contributed to grinding water shortages and prolonged drought.
      The Marsh Arabs mainly in Southern Iraq I think have/had an interesting culture ; living in poverty but managing to continue and numbered at one time half a million.

      And last but not least David Kelly and Iraq.


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