... that the last US combat formation has left Iraq. Here, the clever-dicks here are more interested in the death of that troubled spirit, David Kelly, which says something about who we are and the nature of our society.
Of course, British interest in Iraq effectively ceased the moment our troops were so ignominiously kicked out, as indeed they will be in Afghanistan in due course. Then, under the benevolent guidance of the Cleggerons, we can devote our energies to securing sexual and gender equality within the European Army – things really worth dying for.View full article here
I'm rather surprised at you. It is perfectly possible to be interested in more than one thing at a time, and the Kelly case seems relevant to the way in which our forces were sent to Iraq, and the nature of our government at the time. If at the time there had been a greater furore over Kelly's death and the subsequent inquiry, that would perhaps have said something rather more healthy 'about who we are and the nature of our society.'
But better late than never.
And next maybe some attention could be given to the untimely death of Robin Cook.