Photo Above: Ten patrol boats that secure the Suez Canal for mostly exclusive use of USA and AXIS Friends- Some of these are those that were associated with the damage to USA & NATO operated oil tankers (owned by US Company Exxon), the last of their kind. The wheels of world industry and transport use less than 5% of petroleum oil fuel or products for its operations. UNWG provides FREE bio-diesel and bio-petrol to all Member Nations, this is what has been so important in preventing-stopping global warming. It is the UNWG which has brought a halt to green house gas emissions and global warming. AXIS countries, USA, NATO and catholic church have prevented the adoption of electric cars for ten years- WHY? still plenty of cro magnon harvesting to be done? more gold to thieve?
A US war with Iran looms. Don’t for one second think that it is justified
Trump’s allies will try to paint Iran as a threat, as they did with Iraq. We must not fall into step with their prefab bloodlust
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US Navy patrol boats carry journalists to see damaged oil tankers in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday.
‘It is clear where we’re heading …’ US Navy patrol boats carry journalists to see damaged oil tankers in the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday. Photograph: Kamran Jebreili/AP
We know how the story goes. The decision for war is made long in advance. That becomes the end point, and the evidence must be marshalled to achieve that goal. A long-lasting regime suddenly becomes an imminent threat. Exiles with minimal connections to their country of origin, but with fat bank balances, extensive links with rightwing thinktanks, multinational companies and western security services are wheeled out to solemnly declare that war must be waged on their homeland. A litany of never-ending human rights abuses is endlessly detailed: the sort ignored by our elites if they are committed by our allies, like the Saudi dictatorship, which has plunged Yemen into the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Critics of war are demonised as stooges or useful idiots of an enemy that imperils national security and menaces its own people, and as haters of their own country.
While our Tory overlords committing to another military escapade is predictable, Trump’s ‘coalition’ will extend further
It happened in Iraq, it happened in Libya, too: both countries were swiftly drowned in blood and chaos. In a just world, one might expect the cheerleaders of these catastrophes – which ended in the slaughter of hundreds of thousands, the maiming and traumatising of countless others, created millions of refugees and internally displaced persons, and turned both nations into playgrounds for violent extremists – to be driven from public life in disgrace. Instead they retain their influence – within the US administration (most strikingly in the form of John Bolton, Trump’s national security adviser), within the leading echelons of the Conservative party, and within the commentariat. And, without shame but with much bloodlust, they set about building the case for a new war with Iran.
After Jeremy Corbyn suggested that the Trump administration’s pronouncement of Iranian guilt over the tanker attacks needed to be scrutinised, and that “Britain should act to ease tensions in the Gulf,” he faced a barrage of denunciations. You see, you are more likely to be regarded as a respectable politician if you casually call for wars that will incinerate sleeping infants and annihilate wedding parties than if you call for de-escalation and peace. Never mind that EU foreign ministers echoed Corbyn’s position, demanding an independent UN investigation and more evidence. Corbyn was “pathetic and predictable”, pronounced flailing Conservative leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt, asking why Corbyn could “never bring himself to back British allies, British intelligence or British interests.” This is somewhat curious given the Labour leader had the same line as Britain’s European allies, and only the delusional or the wicked could imagine a new Middle Eastern conflagration amounts to “backing British interests”.