Counter-Dossier to Blair's shit-sheet on Iraq
glparramatta at greenleft.org.au
Sun Sep 22 19:32:06 MDT 2002
Our friends at Traprock Peace Centre have asked mw to inform you about
Norm Dixon (http://www.greenleft.org.au)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SEPTEMBER 21, 2002
CONTACT: Traprock Peace Center, http://www.traprockpeace.org
Sunny Miller 413-773-7427 or Charlie Jenks 413-773-1633
Labour Party Counter-Dossier released
September 21, 2002
The Labour Party members who oppose Tony Blair on the war have released
their ³counter-dossier,² written by Alan Simpson, MP, Chair of Labour
Against War and Dr. Glen Rangwala, lecturer in politics at Cambridge
University. We received a pre-release copy, which was changed to
the It was released this week and we have posted it at our website
http://www.traprockpeace.org. Please copy and distribute widely.
The counter-dossier is a definitive statement against going to war with
Iraq. It was written as a formal statement of the Labour Party "rebels"
rebut Tony Blair's arguments for joining the US in this war. Tony Blair
going to release his dossier in support of going to war against Iraq at
(London time) on Sept 24th. He is giving MP¹s precious little time to
consider it as debate starts that very day. The counter-dossier
the foundation for those in the Labour Party who oppose the war.
This is a great document of historical significance. It contains bold
that has not been widely reported in the US media, such as the fact that
the US and UK blocked condemnation of Iraq's known chemical weapons
at the UN Security Council. No resolution was passed during the war that
specifically criticised Iraq's use of chemical weapons, despite the
of the majority to condemn this use.
This authoritative document needs to be widely distributed to members of
Congress and to the US media.
Sunny Miller, Executive Director
Charlie Jenks, President of the Core Group
Traprock Peace Center
103A Keets Road
Deerfield, MA 01342
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