The war criminal Tony Blair joins the clamour for an attack on Syria, in order to prevent “a breeding ground for extremism.” Of course, the man who belongs in front of the ICC in the Hague, along with his friends in Washington, has been involved in supporting such forces for a long time, or at least, involved in facilitating their flourishing and not only in Syria. Of course, it might be considered fortunate that Tony no longer gets to walk beside the American president as his deputy. It might, were it not for the fact that there is an abundance of hypocritical criminals who are queuing up to take his place.
For instance, we have the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, in referring to the chemical attack, stressing that “It defies any code of morality. The indiscriminate slaughter of civilians, the killing of women and children and innocent bystanders by chemical weapons, is a moral obscenity.”
Of course, it is John, but so was the slaughter of over 1,400, predominantly civilians, in Gaza not so long ago, and so too is the daily oppression of the Palestinian people by your Zionist friends. However, more importantly, it is the United States which is the only country to have ever used an atomic bomb and to have repeatedly used chemical weapons. Not to mention, of course, a long list of political assassinations, military coups, illegal wars, and unmanned drones still killing on a daily basis.
The hypocrisy astounds, it metamorphoses into a Chutzpah to the power of ten, the pure criminal energy of these people knows no bounds and the world doesn’t even start to ask the questions; shouldn’t we let the UN inspectors do their job and what has Assad to gain from such an attack when he knows the consequences of it? It might be appropriate to listen to Saleh Muslim head of Syria’s largest Kurdish group who said:
“It would be stupid of Assad to use the weapons particularly in Damascus with the UN weapons inspectors close by and when he was gaining the upper hand in the civil war in many areas.”
Of course, Messrs Blair, Kerry and friends puerile, hypocritical, hyperbole, tells us that there will be no waiting for the UN to come up with any answers, the West is bent on war any UN investigation will be meaningless, and it might be worthwhile turning to the Journalist Neil Clark who points out that they:
“…… are really bent on war and whatever the UN inspectors do this week won’t matter because it is a replay of 2003 when Saddam Hussein was bullied into allowing weapons inspection teams into Iraq. They went in there, they found no weapons, and yet we still had the war. In fact, they launched the war before the weapons inspection team could finish their job. It is a very similar scenario now in Syria.”
Is it not possible for us here in the West to stop these criminal clowns? Déjà vu, déjà vu, and if we are not getting up off of their asses to protect their jobs, their health care, their privacy and, of course, their democracy, what hope is their? Still, where there is life …….