BLAIR'S RANT IN "FOREIGN AFFAIRS" - A Battle for Global Values
And what a load of old, sweaty rollocks it is!
First he repeats what he said in the first of the three speeches he gave last year during his around-the-world tour to gain support for the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT).
This extremism may have started with religious doctrine and thought. But soon, in offshoots of the Muslim Brotherhood, supported by Wahhabi extremists and disseminated in some of the madrasahs of the Middle East and Asia, an ideology was born and exported around the world.
That is, that the roots of Islamic Fundamentalist extremism lie in the Muslim Brotherhood and Wahhabism. I shall repeat again, The Muslim Brotherhood is a Masonic organization and is thus ultimately controlled by Great Britain, and Wahhabism is named after the angry young Muslim Wahhabi who was nurtured and manipulated into spouting his ideas by a British Agent called Hempher. And that ideaology was indeed exported around the world, specifically to London, where the extremists found a sanctuary and were allowed to plot and scheme, with MI5 in full knowledge of what what was going on (see The Covenant of Security).
And get a load of this!
In any struggle, the first challenge is to accurately perceive the nature of what is being fought over, and here we have a long way to go. It is almost incredible to me that so much Western opinion appears to buy the idea that the emergence of this global terrorism is somehow our fault.
In the words of Del Boy, what a plonker!
That is why it is a mistake to ignore the significance of the elections in Iraq and Afghanistan. The fact is that, given the chance, people want democracy.
Yes, I and all people of the Western nations would like some democracy please, free of Bilderberg/CFR/Trilateral/Freemasonic manipulation by those who can afford to manipulate because they have the power to create as much money as they want for whatever purpose!
And this takes the limeade.
The debate over the wisdom of the original decisions, especially about Iraq, will continue. Opponents will say that Iraq was never a threat, that there were no weapons of mass destruction, that the drug trade in Afghanistan continues. I will point out that Iraq was indeed a threat, as two regional wars, 14 UN resolutions, and the final report of the Iraq Survey Group showed. I will remind people that in the aftermath of the Iraq war, we secured major advances in tackling the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, not least a new relationship with Libya and the shutting down of A. Q. Khan's nuclear weapons network. I will recall that it was the Taliban who manipulated the drug trade and housed al Qaeda and its training camps.
But whatever the conclusion to this debate, if there is one, the fact is that now, whatever the rights and wrongs of how and why Saddam and the Taliban were removed, there is an obvious, clear, and overwhelming reason for supporting the people of those countries in their desire for democracy. Since June 2003, multinational forces have been in Iraq under a UN resolution and with the authority of Iraq's first-ever elected government. In Afghanistan, UN authority has been in place throughout.
The crucial point about these interventions is that they were not just about changing regimes but about changing the value systems governing the nations concerned. The banner was not actually "regime change"; it was "values change."
Blair stood up in Parliament and said Saddam could stay in power if he relinquished his WMD, which we sold him (see The Spiders Web by Alan Friedman).
Saddam was tricked into invading Kuwait in 1990 via April Glaspie, and then was surprisingly left in power with his position consolidated while the people who left him in power each received The Order of the Bath from HRH!
AQ Kahn was released TWICE by the Dutch police at the request of CIA.
The Taliban were created and financed by the Pakistani ISI as proxy for the CIA.
Opium/Heroin has been the commodity of choice to trade for certain Anglo-American families for centuries, and the Taliban had almost eradicated opium production until Afghanistan was invaded, and now opium production is back to record levels, thanks to BlairBushCrime Inc.
Perhaps those new mental health laws being discussed by the Lords should be passed. The world could be a much safer place...