We must start to question the action of our recent governments and their foreign policies. In recent years we have interfered in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt and they are itching to get involved in Syria. During that time we have got rid of Saddam Hussein, Colonel Gaddafi and President Mubarak. I pose the question are any of these countries better off?
So why did we get involved with these countries? Who demanded that we sacrificed the lives of our troops purely to fail to impose any semblance of change in Afghanistan. Don't be fooled we have completely failed. When our troops pull out of Afghanistan I believe we all know that the tribal warlords will take back control like they always have. No foreign power has ever conquered Afghanistan and I repeat history tells us everything.
I recently toured Egypt, Jordan and Israel and I speak to the people. I want to know what they think and I can tell you now that their view of the future does not agree with ours. The United States and its baby partner... us... are blamed for so much. We have an agenda
to dominate the world. I agree but I personally do not want to dominate the world and I don't want our troops to die for no good reason.
Our days of colonial occupation are long gone. What the hell has Mali got to do with us? Who is conducting the orchestra? They have moved from Syria to Mali so does that mean that President Assad has hung on? There has been an orchestrated campaign against Syria which has now moved to Mali.
Has President Assad beaten them off? If so I have to ask who is behind the interference in so many 'Arab Springs'. Why have there been so many 'Arab Springs' that have subsequently failed. Libya is in so much turmoil that British subjects have now been advised (no ordered) to leave. Iraq is in disarray and they are still blowing each other up. Nobody blew anyone up when Saddam was in charge!
Egypt was interesting, because when I went there my guide had lost his job thanks to the removal of his President Mubarak. He was still fiercely nationalistic and a committed Muslim. He was a really nice guy who had a great command of English but I realised that we westerners had made his life difficult and it was nothing to do with his clients.
So once again I pose the question who is conducting the orchestra?
Our mainstream politicians are purely reacting to their sponsors and all our politicians have sponsors. They could not survive without sponsors and they then must obey their sponsors. So our politicians have all been bought and paid for and who buys them? The only people who can!