NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY MARGARET BECKETT IS FOREIGN SECRETARY
"Next week it will be five years since the Taliban were thrown out of Kabul.
Afghanistan was an example of what happens when we turn a blind eye to the activities of extremists. When the Soviet occupation collapsed, the international community provided some humanitarian aid but tended to put wider state development into the 'too difficult' tray. And we severely underestimated what this failure to engage would mean for our own security.
We walked away precisely at the moment when we should have been supporting the people who spoke with the voice of moderation and who shared our values.
The result was a disaster for the people of Afghanistan – who suffered a terrible civil war, followed by years of repression under a brutal regime which had one of the worst human rights records in history. But it was a disaster for the rest of us too. The Taliban encouraged terrorists to use the country as a safe haven from which to launch an increasingly deadly series of attacks – culminating in the horror of 9/11.
That is why we, on behalf of the international community, and in concert with over 30 other nations, went into Afghanistan.
That is why we are there today.
We are helping to try to turn a failed state into one that provides for its people and functions as a part of the international community. What is being achieved is rarely reported.
Four million who fled their homes have returned. Men and women turned out in their millions to vote. The media is flourishing. Healthcare has vastly improved. Girls are back in school.
There is a massive amount left to do. Insecurity is the biggest challenge. It threatens the lives of individuals and the future of the nation. President Karzai and his Government want and need to help the NATO-led International Force bring the rule of law to all parts of the country.
That is why we – along with the Dutch, the Canadians and others – have taken responsibility for helping Afghan forces in the South of the country. The alternative is to leave the Taliban and the drug traffickers to operate with impunity. That would undercut everything we have worked to achieve in Afghanistan.
I am under absolutely no illusion about how tough it is there. British soldiers have died. My own staff have suffered attacks by suicide bombers. But we have to be there.
Pull out, walk away again and the only winners will be the Taliban and the terrorists.
We are not going to let that happen. "
point 1: the Taliban were created by the Pakistani ISI with the CIA.
point 2: the resistance to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was prepared by the CIA before the Soviets invaded
point 3: despite NATO and other armed Western forces occupying Afghanistan for nearly five years the place is still a shithole, heroin supply is back to its former levels before the Taliban almost eradicated it, and what the hell are NATO doing there anyway?
point 4: negotiations were underway between Western energy companies and the Taliban for a very lucrative pipeline to cross Afghanistan (so they can't have been all that bad, eh?) but the Taliban wanted too much money, so they went the way of Mossadegh of Iran and were kicked out
point 5: MI5 "encouraged terrorists to use THIS country [UK] as a safe haven from which to launch an increasingly deadly series of attacks – culminating in the horror of 9/11." (see Londonistan, and The Covenant of Security between MI5 and Islamic terrorists).
And we most certainly do not treat Israel and the Palestinians equally.
Two Israeli soldiers are kidnapped under suspicious circumstances and we allow Israel to bomb Lebanon to waste, with another massacre at Qana, AND with bombs from the USA made of DU flown via Scotland!!?
And it was British agent Hempher who two centuries ago corrupted a young angry Muslim called Wahhabi.
And it was the British who created The Muslim Brotherhood.
Both of these, Wahhabism and The Muslim Brotherhood, were named by TONY 'BLOODSUCKER' BLAIR as the instigators of terrorism a few months ago while on his warmongering tour of the globe (and producing tonnes of CO2 from jet fuel at the same time).
Margaret, it's called creating your own monsters, problem-reaction-solution.
For war and the police state there needs to be a visible threat. We created and have nurtured that threat for two centuries!
The clash of civilizations was written about in 1871 by Albert Pike. Pike probably just put the plan down in writing, for I think the plan has been around for centuries and that the religions and political movements were created centuries ago for the clash. Domenico Margiotta writes about "ses projets de destruction universelle" in Le Palladisme
Voici dans le camp de Lucifer deployes en ligne de bataille les bouddhistes eclaires deja par la Vraie Lumiere, les mahometans et les juifs baignant dans sa penombre immense, les protestants y marchant hardiment.
Dans l'autre camp, voici, poussiere d'hommes, ces catholiques maudits, vous a l'obscurantisme. Il cite aussi le vulgrum pecus de 130 millions d'idolatres, fetichistes et adorateurs de divers idoles, faisant bande a part, formant l'enjeu formidable des deux combattants, le prix de la victoire, l'anima vili sur laquelle s'exercera la puissance maconnique universelle!
Voici encore les reprouves, les maudits, quelques millions de libres penseurs deistes, et deux million d'athees, voues par le grand Pontife Luiferien a la reprobation de la secte, menaces d'une extermination complete, ou d'une conversion en masse a la religion de la Vraie Lumiere.
What this says is basically this; get the religions Islam and Judaism to fight each other (hence Israel was created). Get the Catholics and the Atheists to fight too. Then they will each eventually destroy other and the survivors will be converted to the religion of "true light", i.e. Satanism, for what other "religion" would propose such a bloody and violent "clash of civilizations".
If this plan was proposed by somebody other than Pike then I would not believe it. But knowing who Pike was, and who he wrote to about this plan, Giuseppe Mazzini, then the last 140 years of history, including why Israel was created and sustained, are seen in a completely different light.
It is the aim of this blog and my website, which is currently being revised and restructured, to show how to interpret the last 140 years of history.