Tuesday, March 27, 2007


The "threat" of the truth?

Tony Blair is "warning" the Iranians that his government may be prepared to move to a "different phase." His spokesman says "the prime minister was not hinting either at the possible expulsion of Iranian diplomats or military action, but that Britain may have to make public evidence proving the Britons were seized in Iraqi — not Iranian — waters."

Huh? If Britain actually had evidence that its sailors were seized in Iraqi waters, why wouldn't they have made that evidence public on day one? What, they were afraid to embarrass the Iranians? More likely, it took a few days to get the Photoshopping just right, and the GPS coordinates stored in some computer altered. Why on earth, after this many days have passed, would anyone believe any "evidence" the British government makes public?

Why stop here? There's more...

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