14 thoughts on “Bahrain dictatorship-Britain relationship, still taboo after 38 years

  1. hardly surprising the butcher came form Britain, after over two thousand years of war and violence breeds violent and perverted individuals its what could be said within the genes, Britain has no shortage of violent perverts that are especially endearing to the establishment and its police force and military, the man may well leave the establishments authoritarian guise but the perversion within stays within, to indoctrinate and enforce its ritualized perversity upon the next generation and leave its legacy of violence imprinted upon the next unfortunates as its mark of immortality upon generations to come and its normality becoming a endorsed passport for the marching military show bands for the edification of the cheering crowed of its now heralded hero’s a medal of remembrance of the former glory and tribute to violence and vindictiveness

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