Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Here We Go Again.

Lunacy Of Meddling.

War never knows austerity.

So our Camoron may have his Bliar legacy war in Mali, just as Bliar longed for his very own Falklands. I suspect his Libyan little lap of dishonour  went to his balding scull. So much for keeping our streets safe.  After decades of mass immigration and the UK being a funding champion of immigrant, Islamic soldiers and their families, into the benefit nirvana of Britain, we now are trapped into more borrowing to fund gung ho military intervention. This whilst sacking soldiers by the thousands.

Quietly, whilst the USA and UK, coupled with their pathetic pals from Brussels  waged madness and insurgency of their own, laying waste to Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya, the lid of Pandora's box, opened in a futile gesture after 9/11, remains awash with the escaping nightmares cloud of war.

Not for one moment do our childish leaders stop to look at the broader picture. 9/11 was all about attacking the worship of Mammon. So our response was to pour billions we didn't have into wars we could never claim victory for. Quite the opposite. We rush around, well our leaders do, chasing anything but the desire to protect us on our own Islands.

Is it some Machiavellian plot? Does a World Government, Common Purpose have a plan to flush out Islamic 
cells and plots to then manipulate those armies to the cause of total dictatorship? Blessed if I know. I do think, however, our lot are too dumb and stupid to counter the Jihadists mindset. Too impatient, too much about yesterday and tomorrow. Next year just a place you kick cans down the street towards, rather than pause and ask, "WTF are we doing everything so bloody badly?".


  1. Hello OR.
    This is off topic but I think your Monnet Quote is probably a ringer. I have seen it challenged and the quoter unable to source it. It gave some credibility to an otherwise rather hopeless Europhile speaker. Here is a genuine one and a couple in support at no extra charge.

    Jean Monnet speaking to the Washington Press Club April 30 1952 on the formation of the European Coal & Steel Community.
    "In this challenging time we are naturally encountering difficulties. They are the birth pangs attending the creation of a United States of Europe".

    Peter Thorneycroft, later Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chairman of the Conservative Party in DESIGN FOR EUROPE (1947)
    "No government dependent on a democratic vote could possibly agree in advance to the sacrifice that any adequate plan must involve. The British people must be led slowly and unconsciously into the abandonment of their traditional economic defences..."

    Robert Schumann, French Foreign Minister 9 May 1950

    "The pooling of coal and steel production should immediately provide for the setting up of common foundations for economic development as a first step in the federation of Europe...a true foundation for their economic unification... By providing basic production and by instituting a new High Authority, whose decisions will bind France, Germany and other member countries, this proposal will lead to the realization of the first concrete foundation of a European federation, indispensable to the preservation of peace."

    And, for good measure, from Germany - (1950)
    Hans Seebohm, Minister of Commerce in Dr. Adenauer's government.
    "Does free Europe want to join Germany? Germany is the heart of Europe and the limbs must adjust to the heart, not the heart to the limbs"

    Sorry to be pedantic . Best wishes.

  2. Edward, no apology necessary. Your excellent research and effort to comment is humbling and rewarding. I note how these people dress their ideas in a cloak of altruistic peace garb when in reality it's about their own personal desire for a place at that elusive feast of greed.