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[casi] End of Democracy?

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20, New Road,
Hailey, Oxon
England OX29 9TZ

                               5th November,2002  01993  775080

Dear Sir,

Your article 'Support for attack on Iraq falls to new low' by Alan Travis and
Suzanne Goldenberg seems to signal the end of democracy in both UK and US.
Neither Bush nor Blair have produced any adequate evidence that Saddam is a
threat to either of our countries, nor any credible evidence of links to
Al-Qaeda. In both cases, it seems that evidence is fabricated. As President
Putin described Blair's dossier-'propaganda'.

Your article makes it quite clear that the British public is increasingly
opposed to war with Iraq. Most of us feel that we have helped kill too many
Iraqis already. Blair must be made to realise that in a democracy it is the
wishes of the people that matter, particularly on anything as vital as
massacring another country. The same is true of US. The American people are
opposed to any war on Iraq which doesn't have 'coalition' support. Bush's
intended war clearly doesn't.

The only voice in favour of war is from Sharon who today states that US
should attack Iran next. Sharon is not fit to be the leader of any civilised
country. He is a born killer. He always has been.

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Leadbeater,11030,830179,00.html

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