1 lying War Criminal
several sticks of butter
rope to tie the wings and legs of War Criminal
Secure War Criminals appendages with rope. Place in your largest pan and rub with butter before placing pan into a 450 degree oven. Bake for at least 2 hours, basting regularly.
Serves 1 population destroyed by the War Criminal but will not bring about justice because there will never be enough justice to replace the lives lost from an illegal war.
Yes, we're talking about Tony Blair. This is from Rosa Prince and James Kirkup's "Iraq inquiry: Tony Blair had no regrets over toppling Saddam Hussein" (Telegraph of London):
His confident delivery was interrupted only once by the audience, which included the relatives of British troops killed in Iraq, when he was asked to reflect on the fate of those who had died during the conflict.
And this is from Today's Zaman:
Blair’s appearance has been hugely anticipated. Protesters chanting “Tony Blair, war criminal” gathered outside the building opposite parliament where the inquiry was taking place.
Relatives of some of the 179 British soldiers killed in Iraq joined about 100 anti-war demonstrators chanting and waving placards. Names of those killed were also read out.Blair, who looked nervous at times as the hearing began, arrived early and entered by a back door amid heavy security and large numbers of police on standby. “The real question Tony Blair needs to answer in the end will be at The Hague and before a war crimes tribunal,” said Andrew Murray, chairman of Stop the War Coalition. “He is an accomplished actor but I think most people have long since seen through the script.”
Chris Havergal (Cambridge News) speaks with some of those protesting: