UK, June 22, (Pal Telegraph – By Peter Eyre) In a BBC report on Sunday the British Prime Minister said that the public should express its appreciation of Britain's military "more loudly and more proudly." I wonder if he felt this way when in 1998 he and Kenneth Warren (with the help of Peter Lilley, David Wilshire and others) went don’t to South Africa to acquire a nest of illegal nuclear weapons, which then got stolen and resulted in us going to war with the wrong country.
Where oh where does this man get his political spin from and what behind the scenes advisor is writing his script for him? This is the very man who changed the term Education, Education, Education into Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Afghanistan well before he took office. This is the man, whilst under the apron strings of his beloved Margaret Thatcher, put our country at great risk and at the same time stole 17.8 million pounds of British Taxpayers money to be diverted into the Conservative Party Election Fund.
When will the people in Britain see through the political spin that hides their Irresponsibility? When will the people in Britain understand that these wars are all about economic greed and not to keep the street of the United Kingdom safe? If there is any element of risk it is because of our continued exploitation of someone else’s natural resources.
They talk about family values, ethics and morality and yet appear to loose the ability to see the bigger picture of the injustices that our government (with the help of the United States) pursues and take us down the same path of war…..all in the name of oil!
There is no threat from Islamic extremists but rather the opposite the threat lies within our own country. If we continue to rape and pillage overseas it will come back to haunt us. Imperialistic greed breeds terrorism and both induce poverty.
How can such a leader stand up on his soap box and tell us all that we must appreciate our military effort. If one really wants to show care and compassion for our soldiers then the best thing we can do is bring them all home and stop interfering in other countries affairs.
Britain has for some time been a strong supporter of both the US and Israel to a point that we are no longer in control as to what we should be doing as far as foreign policy is concerned. Many people currently in high office are as corrupt as they come and certainly appear to favour what can only be described as the “New World Order.”
At one stage we use to pride ourselves for our independence but that has now long gone. We are handing over the United Kingdom to what will become a system so much like that in the US, a United Europe, which I am sure down the track will become a United World. We are all progressively loosing our identity and individuality in favour of one big central government. Such a system would impose what can only be described as Martial Law.
It is time for all of us to understand that our respective governments are intentionally creating “False Flags” in order to scare us into insecurity. The list is endless and it is during these moments of panic that governments then change the law and call it emergency measures.
There is no terrorist threat, there is no Al Queda…. it is a self induced fear that is spread by those connected to the new world order. They alone caused the world financial collapse of the banking system, they alone created 9/11 – Detroit – Times Square and so many other incidents. In the midst of this den of evil are the usual players that we have discussed so many times before with a close link to Mossad and other pro Israeli groups. We also have the fanatical Christian Zionist and Jewish Zionist that continuously go on the attack of anything Islamic or Arabic.
When will the ordinary people in this world understand that we have to stop fighting these non existent Al Qaeda groups and change our foreign policy? We should not be fighting them but rather trading with them.
I can recall the words of a very famous American called William Jennings Bryan, an American Politician and Lawyer who became one of America‘s most popular speakers. He was a devout Christian and peace advocate and was three times a nominee for the American Presidency. In 1900 he promoted Anti-Imperialism. He became Secretary of State under President Woodrow Wilson but resigned. He gave a very impressive speech which was delivered on the 8th of August 1900 during his visit to Indianapolis in which he said: “In 1859 Lincoln said that the Republican Party believed in the man and the dollar, but that in case of conflict it believed in the man before the dollar. This is the proper relation which should exist between the two. Man, the handiwork of God, comes first; money, the handiwork of man, is of inferior importance. Man is the master, money the servant, but upon all important questions today Republican legislation tends to make money the master and man the servant.”
What was more important was what he went on to say: “Lincoln said that the safety of this Nation was not in its fleets, its armies, or its forts, but in the spirit which prizes liberty as the heritage of all men, in all lands, everywhere.” He then quoted the very powerful words of Jefferson: “If there be one principle more deeply rooted
than any other in the mind of every American, it is that we should have nothing to do with conquest." "Conquest is not in our principles; it is inconsistent with our government." As we have seen this belief has long been buried in the archives of American history. Now US foreign policy has changed to “Conquer at no matter what the cost.”
Towards the middle of Bryan‘s speech he used a very powerful statement that to this day must echo in the minds of all Americans that truly believe in democracy, liberty and fair play: “The young man upon reaching his majority can do what he pleases. He can disregard the teachings of his parents; he can trample upon all that he has been taught to consider sacred; he can disobey the laws of the State, the laws of society and the laws of God. He can stamp failure upon his life and make his very existence a curse to his fellow men, and he can bring his father and mother in sorrow to the grave; but he cannot annul the sentence, “The wages of sin is death.” “And so with the nation. It is of age and it can do what it pleases; it can spurn the traditions of the past; it can repudiate the principles upon which the nation rests; it
can employ force instead of reason; it can substitute might for right; it can conquer weaker people; it can exploit their lands, appropriate their property and kill their people; but it cannot repeal the moral law or escape the punishment decreed for the violation of human rights.”
Our governments have truly lost their direction with deeply flawed foreign policy that now takes away the ability to communicate on a level playing field. We have leader after leader who in their own rise to stardom have carried out some evil activity. Cameron and some of his associates must surely be feeling the pressure now as the Chilcott Inquiry nears it resumption. Will the change of Government bring hope to the people of Britain that fair justice will prevail or will it continue as it started as a well orchestrated fiasco of clearing the names of all those accused.
One thing for sure is that over the Iraq issue Blair is guilty of war crimes and Cameron is guilty for his part in carrying out the under the table deal with South Africa and at the same time allowing the three newly acquired “Battle Ready Nukes” to be stolen from under their noses by John Bredenkamp…the arms dealer who sold them.
Why doesn’t the legal system ask the same question of the Conservative Party “Where did your 17.8 million pounds come from”……we see heads rolling today over a few thousand pounds in false expense claims and yet this huge sum continues to be swept under the table……why? The answer is simple……it was an under the table deal involving the US and UK Governments with political figures being involved in a private investment venture (with Maggies son Mark Thatcher). This deeply flawed deal was corruption at the highest level and yet the only victim out of this charade was poor Dr. David Kelly…….so much for British Justice!
The “Matrix Churchill Inquiry” was the only opportunity for the truth to come out but the government quickly canned that and gagged all those involved. The final straw was the assassination of Dr. Kelly.
Yes I know the question you are all asking…..”How can they sleep at night”?
Peter Eyre – Middle East Consultant – 21/6/2010