If you ever were. I never was. But then, nor was Jeremy Corbyn. Or, indeed, Peter Hitchens:
Almost everyone (barring a tiny knot of deluded losers) knows that Saddam Hussein had no WMD.
Most people now grasp that Colonel Gaddafi wasn’t planning a massacre in Benghazi or ordering his troops to engage in mass rapes.
How long will it be before we also grasp that neither Russia nor Syria bombed a UN aid convoy in Aleppo?
This incident, about which almost no independently testable, checkable facts have yet been produced, is the WMD of Syria.
If we all fall for it, then we shall very soon find ourselves embroiled in the most dangerous international confrontation since the Cuban missile crisis.
Under immense pressure from the despots of Saudi Arabia, the USA will not give up its efforts to overthrow the Syrian government. It is clear that it is now prepared to risk an open confrontation with Moscow to achieve this.
Why? Who do they think they are, and how can their cause be so good that they take such risks?
The deliberate sabotage of a workable peace deal in Syria (opposed from the start by the Pentagon) is one of the scandals of our age.
There was a chance we might end the misery of millions, and it was thrown away.
We in Britain must resist being dragged into a Syrian war, not least because, if we are, it will not be long before any troops we send there are being hounded in their own country for alleged war crimes.
We’ve been fooled enough by this propaganda.
Don’t be bamboozled again.