Jeremy Corbyn said that the ‘war on terror’ has failed and that new foreign policies are needed to prevent further terrorist atrocities in Britain.
Since the adoption of the Statute of Rome in 1998 which established the modern ICC, 9 out of the 10 investigations the court has conducted have been against African nations. It seems that the only non-black people to be tried in an international tribunal in recent memory have been Serbian men, who have their own separate court set up in The Hague, one which has ignored most crimes committed by Croatian, Bosnian and Albanian war criminals.
Tony Blair is the most unpopular politician in Britain, having invented the doctrine of interventionism and led Britain into multiple failed and unnecessary wars, and having transformed Britain domestically into a corrupt and intolerant society by rejecting its cherished traditions.
What the The Chilcot Inquiry really tells the world.