16 thoughts on “Iraq, Libya, Syria wars and British governments

  1. Sounds like a carbon copy of what happened with the Cubans back in the late 70’s . You weren’t in line with Castros political views,adios amigo. He also cleaned out the asylum s and prisons too. It was tent city in Dade County,Florida. Ever see the flic
    “Scarface”? Beginning of the movie all the Mariel Boatlift people. That’s what it was like. I can understand the problems they’re having. A logistical nightmare at best. I was dating a girl who’s family lived in North Miami. Saw tent city every time we went down there. It may look like they’ve locked these people up and said,” f**k em of they can’t take a joke”,but that’s probably only half right. I don’t know. I ain’t there. INS was so overwhelmed,they put everyone on the “fast track”. There was good,honest,hard working Cubans in there that just wanted to give their family better. At the same time,we had Castro s garbage. Crime rate went through the proverbial “roof”. Enough murders to where South Florida was nick named ,” The OK Coral”. If these countries are short on cash and resources then yeah. They should help get these folks to safety. I’ve said it a thousands times. Go after the coyotes. They don’t give a damn about humanity. Only the almighty dollar.


  2. The British controlling elite as history shows the prowess of its proud technological superiority has been seen as a asset to Britain’s hidden wealth for the few, the ability of conquest has worked in terms of power and this use often if not always the production of violence is outdated other than being profitable for the finance industry and those within the slipstream of financial gain from these corporations, the tight grip of propaganda on the minds of the general population that promotes war and violence seems to work well and having worked well, the casualties as mentioned in this article are sufficiently low in terms of death and amputations to be allocated to what we now accept as friendly fire? or all for the common good? suffice to say the sprinkling of a few bits of metal and cloth cobbled together transforms the victim of death or serious injury as being all worth the outcome of our freedom? exactly what is the meaning of this is somewhat subjective. We do know the freedom we have is in contrast to say Russian freedom of say the Czars, then to be freed by the Bolshevics to communism and then freed from this system to what is called capitalism or plutocracy? is not the allied front no more than another form of slavery? depending on who defines freedom, all military action is good other than if you are on the receiving end, of the raw deal and most are but its hidden invariable from what ever their conscious state is as far as it is known?


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