Chilcot doesn’t want you to know how many Iraqis we actually killed

The USA never had an inquiry into the Iraq War: how it began, whether it was approved on the basis of faulty intelligence, how the war was conducted, whether there were war crimes committed, and whether there was enough planning regarding the aftermath. The Bush Administration remained unscathed. But the damning evidence is still there for all to see and, so, after the publication of the Chilcot Report on Britain’s role in the Iraq War it is timely to reprise that evidence, if only to remind ourselves of the dreadful things that happened, but also to help explain why the Middle East is as it is today. The evidence is summarised in five parts – each examining a different aspect. In Part One, I provide an overall picture of the numbers of fatalities involved in the war – and they’re not the sort of figures that the mainstream media (or Chilcot) refer to…

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