I didn't realise that Tony Blair is still masquerading as the 'Middle East peace envoy'. To accuse him of failure in his role would be too kind. I'm sure he's met many important and influential people whilst being paid a lot of money by whoever funds this charade. One thing we can be sure of … Continue reading Masquerading
If anti-UK government protestors were to try and take control of Birmingham in England by violently attacking police stations and government buildings , would they be allowed to do so? What if the 'rebel Free British Army' cited torture , oppression and government corruption as their contentious issues? What if they refused repeated international calls … Continue reading Birmingham
Using a conservative estimate of the deaths in Iraq from the US/UK invasion , it equates to a 9/11 every day for five years. I read this on Arthur Silvers blog 'powerofnarrative ' earlier today. Sobering figures such as these don't include the effects and subsequent misery we have inflicted on Iraq. The fabric of … Continue reading Real revenge ……………
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_UBUkpSAZ8&feature=player_embedded Ismail Khatib is a wonderful human being.
Yesterday , there was another march through Mexico City protesting at the alleged vote fraud in recent elections. They seem to have a perfectly valid case from the evidence available from both witness accounts and receipts that directly refer to the PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party). According to Mexican laws , there is nothing illegal about … Continue reading Mexico or Iran?
The recent terrorist attack that killed high ranking Syrian government officials in Damascus hardly warranted much more than a vague condemnation from UN officials , perhaps because it was carried out by militants closely linked to them. Financial and logistical assistance (at least) from Saudi Arabia and Qatar to the well armed militias causing mayhem … Continue reading Double standards