ARAB spring? Ha! The actions of Bush and Blair have turned the Middle East into a winter that could last for centuries. These two despots, in their headlong flight to seize the oil wealth of desert lands under the guise of freeing their citizens from oppression, have managed to upset a delicate balance that has endured for thousands of years.
The inhabitants of these Mid-East countries were simply not ready for so called independence. The Arab calendar is in the 14th century. If you look back to 14th century Europe you will find it ruled by the Monarchy, feudal aristocrats and religious zealots. Sound familiar? These early leaders ruled by fear and strength, many of whom committed atrocities far beyond those carried out by the likes of ISIS.
Because the majority of Europe’s inhabitants were basically simple peasants, this method of control actually worked and beneath the savage glitter of feudal Europe, countries traded and prospered. There were of course wars and uprisings, the strongest and fittest survived and subsequently continued to maintain the status quo.
Well Blair and Bush’s maraud into the Middle East changed all that. We are now reaping the harvest. We see hundreds of thousands of migrants assailing our borders; people who were probably perfectly happy carrying out their daily lives under the strict regimes of Hussein and Gadhafi. We are experiencing acts of unspeakable terror at home. Thousands of our troops have been maimed and killed, and the Middle East is in complete turmoil.
As to the Chilcot enquiry, if ever I saw a conspiracy to protect the rears of the guilty this is it. As far as I’m concerned they are all in it up to their old pal eyeballs. A series of very simple questions should have resolved this years ago. With a bit of justice, Blair should have already been behind bars for some time.
Question. ‘Mr Blair. Who told you Hussein had weapons of destruction that could be launched in 45 minutes’?
Answer. ‘Fred Flange.’ Question. ‘Mr Flange. Who told you Hussein had… etc. etc.’? Sooner or later the buck would have hit the wall. Six months at the most. Six years? Cover up.
Keep the faith