When war criminal Tony Blair met Harry Patch, WW1's longest surviving soldier
On 6 June 2006, Tony Blair posed with Harry Patch, no doubt seeing a flattering photo opportunity with the longest surviving soldier from World War 1. "War is organised murder," Harry told Blair, who only three years earlier had taken Britain into the illegal Iraq war. Blair scuttled away.
Words: Heathcote Williams
Video and narration: Alan Cox
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