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The pro-war lobby says murder is okay. That's pre-meditated murder.   Share:  
Thrust of argument: Matt Dathan writes 'The perpetrators of the worst terrorist attack in British history on 7 July 2005 made a video explaining that their motive was western intervention in Muslim counties, most importantly the illegal Iraq war waged by Tony Blair and George Bush, which has resulted in the deaths of up to a million Iraqis.

But here is the despicable war criminal Blair saying yet again on the 10th anniversary of 7/7 that the massacre of 52 Londoners had nothing to do with his foreign policy'.
Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Nobody opposing the war is asserting that the acts of murder were not criminal and immoral and fucked up - either those of Blair and the US and UK armies or the acts of similar criminals on a smaller scale on 7th July 2005.


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Removal of resistance: The pro-war lobby says murder is okay. Unification: Some of the time. The method used by the 7/7 murderers was relatively similar to surprise attacks committed on a much bigger scale by people like the UK and US - similar in terms of how the Geneva Convention judges them and the U.N. sees them, by law, according to Kofi Annan.
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