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Will the British Government formally accept the Kurdish genocide?

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The UK, US and many other countries assisted Saddam in carrying out the attack on the Kurds in Halabja

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Every lethal Chemical and Biological Agent was given to Iraq including Anthrax and the most deadly of all – VX Gas 

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A very important debate takes place in London this week 

UK PARLIAMENT DEBATE ON THE KURDISH GENOCIDE
Date: Thursday February 28, 2013
Time: 2.15pm
Place: House of Commons, UK Parliament.

To attend the debate in person: Use the Cromwell Green entrance to Parliament. Arrive at the House of Commons at least one hour before the debate begins and upon entering the building, ask for the House of Commons Public Gallery.
To see the debate live on television: BBC Parliament Live channel
To see the debate live on the internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/bbc_parliament/

It is imperative that all the recipients who received emails regarding this very important debate fully understand the involvement by the British Government in this terrible genocide.

It is also just as important for the Kurdistan Regional Government and for the Kurdish people in general to also understand the hypocrisy of  the many governments that were involved in not only this genocide but also that of the Iranians during the Iraq-Iran War when Chemical and Biological Warfare was used by Saddam compliments of the UK, US and many other countries.

I have decided to write this short but factual article in order to add some leverage to the debate on Thursday in the hope that the Kurdish Government and its people will receive the recognition they deserve and that this debate leads to the British Parliament formally recognising the Kurdish genocide.

To add further meaning to this debate I have also copied the following email to the Kurdistan Regional Government and all those that are currently following the progress in Westminster:

Start of email:

From Peter Eyre

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Subject: UK Parliament to debate Kurdish Genocide, Feb 28 2013

Distinguished Ladies and Gentleman

Having spent my entire life in the Middle East both in the Military and as a Middle East Consultant I find it extremely distressing to see that the issue of the Kurdish Genocide have still not been resolved in Parliament i.e. To ask the British Parliament to formally recognise the Kurdish Genocide.

During my many visits to Kurdistan and having met with many Kurds both within the country, the Middle East and in the UK I find it disturbing that the British Government will not (up to the current time) shoulder its responsibility in accepting this worthy cause.

When one mixes with the Kurds, mainstream Iraqi’s and indeed surviving Iranians who have either been tortured, displaced, contaminated by coalition forces weapons, gased or who simply cannot return to their country of origin for fear of being singled out or whatever one begins to see the magnitude of the problem.

I find it so hypocritical that our Government (British) not only played a major role in the mass genocide of the Kurdish people but also in its contribution towards the death of over a million innocent Iraqi civilians during the Gulf War and indeed Iranian civilians in supporting Saddam during  Iraq-Iran War……..this mass genocide is ongoing.

The following is a link to the many articles I have written that include hard evidence to support the above:

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/01/30/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-1/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/01/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-2/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/02/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-3/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/04/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assajult-on-islamic-nations-part-4/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/06/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-5/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-6/

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/14/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-7-final/

It was our government, the United States and many other countries who not only helped fund, build and supply Chemical and Biological Warfare (CBW)  Technology to Iraq but who also provided the hardware and ingredients to deliver these evil CBW projectiles. Proof of the Brits involvement can be clearly seen in the scandal of “Super Gun” when major components of a new weapon were located at a British Port prior to being shipped out to Iraq and also in that same technology being made available via South Africa where the “Super Howitzers”  were built and shipped to Iraq etc.

This aspect was covered in another series I wrote:

https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/the-illegal-arms-trade-iraq-iran-war-1980-1988-part-1ud/

It is also fact that the UK and other nations involved in this so called “under the radar deal” where aware of the CBW usage by Saddam (including the United Nations) and did absolutely nothing about it.

When one also looks at the fact that it was the British Government, US Government and other Coalition Governments who knowingly allowed respective forces to be vaccinated with an extremely high risk series of injections one can clearly see that there is certainly a case to answer.

This aspect is covered in my article:  https://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/the-hypocrisy-of-the-new-world-order-and-its-assault-on-islamic-nations-part-6/ with supporting evidence that our government and the Ministry of Defence were clearly aware of the dangers associated with giving troops both the anthrax and pertussis vaccines.

These past and current conflicts and wars are highly illegal and it is the innocent civilians who have suffered at the hands of our respective hypocritical governments and therefore it is time for us all to lower our heads in shame and accept what is done is done.

What happened in Halabja was terrible and our government must now accept its own involvement and act in a responsible way.

The main purpose of this highly sensitive email is to now lay the cards on the table and say to you all that enough is enough and it is time for the British Parliament to formally recognise the Kurdish Genocide.

To the recipients of this email………. I would urge you all discuss the implications and indeed use any of the information provided to assist you in not only debating the Kurdish request but in also reaching a successful conclusion.

I have always held the Kurdish people and Kurdistan close to my heart and will continue to do so.

Unfortunately I am currently overseas and will not be able to attend on Thursday and so wish you all the very best.
 

Yours Sincerely

Peter Eyre -26/2/2013

Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis
End of email

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Here is the original message as received from the UK office of the Kurdistan Regional Government (uk@krg.org):

Subject: UK Parliament to debate Kurdish Genocide, Feb 28 2013
Dear Friends
We are delighted that the campaign for a debate in the British parliament on the Kurdish genocide has succeeded and a debate will be held this Thursday, February 28, at 2.15pm. It is possible that the debate will result in the British parliament formally recognising the Kurdish genocide.

You can attend this historic debate by visiting the public gallery of the House of Commons, or watch it live on television or the internet. Details are below.

UK PARLIAMENT DEBATE ON THE KURDISH GENOCIDE
Date: Thursday February 28, 2013
Time: 2.15pm
Place: House of Commons, UK Parliament.
Nearest station: Westminster

To attend the debate in person: Use the Cromwell Green entrance to Parliament. Arrive at the House of Commons at least one hour before the debate begins and upon entering the building, ask for the House of Commons Public Gallery.
To see the debate live on television: BBC Parliament Live channel
To see the debate live on the internet: http://www.bbc.co.uk/democracylive/bbc_parliament/

Regards,

Kurdistan Regional Government UK Representation
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I am sure after reading all the above evidence you will all agree that the British Government should accept the proposal from the KRG and indeed offer their apologies for their actions prior too and after this terrible genocide.
 Peter Eyre -26/2/2013

 

Broadcaster – Investigative Journalist – Middle East Consultant – Political Analysis

Written by Peter Eyre

February 26, 2013 at 02:33

Posted in Corporate/Government Fraud and Corruption, News

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