August 29, 2015 by Alfred
The British probe into the Iraq War was named after its chairman, Sir John Chilcot.
The inquiry began in 2009 and was completed in 2011.
The report’s conclusion were classified, presumably because they would constitute a major embarrassment to the British and American misleaders who on false premises led the U.S. and the U.K. into a war on Iraq in 2003, a war which resulted in immeasurable human suffering and a wasteful spending which exclusively benefit the exclusive elite of those who profited from this war.
RT is not perfect and as polished as BBC but many of the television journalists of both ask much more assertively and incisively questions about vital matters which the mainstream media does not bring up and generally politicians and White House or Department of State Press Spokespersons either dodge or profess, incredibly, to know anything about.
What is provided infra is a typical non – response to a question asked by RT’s Chichakyan to a U.S. Department of State spokesperson during a press conference.
This is just one example of a plethora of examples going back decades which documentably provide indicting exposures of how the corporatized mainstream media fails ignominiously the American people’s right to honestly and thoroughly be informed about events which are vital to our democracy, and of how, even when more independent journalists bring them up, properly just as the corporatized mainstream media has a duty to bring them up, the responses are evasive or simply non-existent.
RT’s Gayane Chichakyan who asked the question about the Chilcot Inquiry was met by a downright risible response from the Department of State Spokesman.