Anyone who doubts Tony Blair's self-delusion over Iraq should look at the 2,800-word essay he has posted on his website in defence of his decision to go to war.
He remains in complete denial over the disaster he inflicted not only on the people of Iraq, but also on many millions throughout the Middle East as a result of the 2003 invasion.
It goes without saying that if you start a war, you should be sure that the end result will be demonstrably better than the situation prior to the conflict.
Only someone who has lost touch with reality could possibly claim Iraq today is more stable or that life has become better for its inhabitants.
Blair accepts not a shred of responsibility and still refuses to apologise for taking us to war. So let us examine what he says point by point – and show his false logic for what it is."