Iraq and Afghanistan war memorial and Tony Blair

  

A new War memorial was unveiled by the Queen on Thursday 9th March 2017 in Victoria Embankment Gardens, London. Yet another memorial to the tragic loss of life in unnecessary wars carried out by politicians in the name of security and democracy.

Some people are beginning to think that the portrait of the soldier depicted on the memorial has a striking resemblance to Tony Blair, who was responsible for the wars of Iraq and Afghanistan in the first place.

One veteran on Facebook said Blair’s appearance at the unveiling was “An insult to all who died” and many others labelled Blair as a traitor.

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Published in: on March 11, 2017 at 06:38  Leave a Comment  
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War on everything

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War on terror or War of terror

War on terror started soon after the World Trade Centre in New York was targeted with commercial airliners. This was possibly one of the world’s biggest false flag events and the American government and its so called allies went on to bomb Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and is now fighting a proxy war in Syria, with the very real possibility of a third world war with Russia and/or China looming over the horizon.

First the enemy was al-Qaeda, then the Taliban in Afghanistan, the very organization that the west had encouraged to fight the Russians. After a few years the west seemed to have lost interest in Afghanistan and in the meantime had started a full scale war with Iraq killing possibly a million people and totally devastating the country before moving on to Libya to cause the very same destruction. In Syria our enemy is supposed to be ISIS or is it Daesh. Our enemy is whatever they say it is. Iran is next on the list.

This so called war on terror is simply a means to control the resources of these countries and has nothing whatsoever to do with bringing democracy to these once sovereign states. It is also about removing the last countries that have not joined the club. The banking cartel is the main reason for such destruction. The banks control the World not governments.

War on cash

It has been planned for a while now that cash will disappear completely from our everyday lives and credit and debit cards will be the only way to pay. Also the mobile phone will be pushed as a way to pay which might even make the cards obsolete. At the moment we have many different ways to pay but in the future we may only have one choice. Every transaction we make in the future whether buying or selling will be recorded somewhere. This information will be used to keep meticulous records of our lives in order to charge tax and build a profile of the person we are or the person they think we are. Already some major banks are lowering their interest rates to zero or below and some countries are beginning to think about getting rid of cash altogether like Sweden.

War on the net

The internet has been the greatest instrument of freedom we have the pleasure to witness in recent times. But this is a real problem to the controlling elites. They are desperately trying to find ways to curb our use of this great Oracle. At the moment they do not have much control on the information we can access. When it was just the printed word as in newspapers and TV news it was easy to get the story straight, but now they have lost control of what we know. Right now Facebook and Twitter have had controls put on them to block certain content. We are losing the choice to make up our own minds of what we read.

War on CO2

Some time ago it was decided that the world was warming and this is caused by humans and not by any natural means. It cannot be anything to do with any normal cycles with the sun as the biggest driver of climate that have been going on for millions of years. No it must be us, we are the problem. CO2 is a poison not a vital ingredient of our atmosphere that plants need to grow. How arrogant that we could change the climate so much and even more arrogant that we could fix it. The climate will always change whatever we try to do, it has always changed in the past.
Anyway be controlling CO2 emissions they have a great tool to control us. As usual it is the ordinary people that have to suffer and not the elites at the top who ignore all their own advice, they are immune to anything they say.

War on freedom

There has been a war on our freedom for hundreds of years as the powers that be are moving ever towards their goal of controlling everything that we do or think. They are scared of us and the potential that we have. If we are to move on to the next dimension of our existence then it is up to us to grasp the chance now and not let some minority control our future world. This life is ours and not the property of someone else. Our future is up to us. (Forsooth)

9/11 Questions


The world in which we live is not the world we think it is.

911 False Flag – Ken O’Keefe


This is the updated version (as of December 2014) of the  911 production originally broadcast on The Peoples Voice in January 2014. It has additional footage and commentary, improved graphics and is a direct response to David Cameron’s rediculous speech at the UN General Assembly in 2014.

Ken O’keefe on PressTv exposes Obama, Bush, ISIS, Bankers, Syria


Ken O’keefe on PressTV speaks the truth on Syria and current events.
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UK government tries to stop soldier revealing the jaw-dropping truth of the Afghanistan war

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Former UK army captain Mike Martin, shows the Afghan war as it is, rather than how our political and military leaders would like us to see it, and the picture that he paints is often jaw-dropping.

At various times over the last eight years we have heard from politicians and army spokesmen that British troops were engaged in counter-terrorism and counter-narcotics, that they were building democracy, providing security to the local population, ensuring development and protecting women’s rights, or – most fatuously of all – that they were there ‘to keep us safe.’

This last trope rested on the assumption that our troops were fighting ‘Taliban insurgents’, allied to al Qaeda, who needed to be defeated in order to ensure that Helmand did not become a ‘terrorist base’ or a ‘springboard’ for 9/11 attacks. During those years it was rarely, if ever, explained who the Taliban were or where they came from or why they were fighting. We simply assumed, as so many soldiers did, that they were killable ‘terrorists’ and ‘bad guys’ motivated by fanaticism and evil.

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How a century of endless war has gone hand in hand with destruction of the planet

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Anyone who cares about our natural environment should be marking with great sadness the centenary of World War I.

Beyond the incredible destruction in European battlefields, the intense harvesting of forests, and the new focus on the fossil fuels of the Middle East, the Great War was the Chemists’ War. Poison gas became a weapon — one that would be used against many forms of life.

Insecticides were developed alongside nerve gases and from byproducts of explosives. World War II — the sequel made almost inevitable by the manner of ending the first one — produced, among other things, nuclear bombs, DDT, and a common language for discussing both — not to mention airplanes for delivering both.

War propagandists made killing easier by depicting foreign people as bugs. Insecticide marketers made buying their poisons patriotic by using war language to describe the “annihilation” of “invading” insects (never mind who was actually here first). DDT was made available for public purchase five days before the US dropped the bomb on Hiroshima. On the first anniversary of the bomb, a full-page photograph of a mushroom cloud appeared in an advertisement for DDT.

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Iraq Nation Destroyed, Oil Riches Confiscated. Surviving Iraqi Population Impoverished

On the 11th anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq (launched in March 2003), it is important to emphasize the true motives for this attack and occupation and its horrendously destructive impact that continues today. Both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars stem from the needs of U.S. and Western capitalism for resources and markets.

Capitalism has inflicted war on most of humanity for centuries to acquire the world’s resources and markets. The establishment of capitalism as a global economic system by European imperialists has killed more than a billion people, most of them in the Global South.

Since 1945, the United States has presided over the killing of more than 46 million people in the Global South through wars and neocolonialism in order to maintain Western economic dominance. This strategy has failed. In spite of the genocide, the U.S. has declined as an economic power, which has only made it more war-like as it tries to substitute military force for economic prowess Washington’s European partner countries are now following its descent into economic stagnation.

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Show Me The Money: Afghanistan in ruins despite millions pumped in by US


The US has been sending a stream of taxpayer’s dollars into Afghanistan, claiming the money’s needed to improve infrastructure and living conditions. But the latest auditing reports indicate most of this money – amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars – has been outright wasted or swallowed by corruption.

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How the British public is being emotionally blackmailed to support wars it never wanted

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The British political elite wants to emotionally blackmail the public into supporting our ‘heroes’ in order to support the wars they fight and make these wars seem heroic, even when they aren’t.

Last week Ed Miliband visited Afghanistan and promised that a future Labour government would make it illegal to ‘abuse’ and ‘discriminate’ against members of the British armed forces. The origins of this proposal go back to the 2008 National Recognition of the Armed Forces report commissioned by Gordon Brown and drawn up by Tory defector Quentin Davies, which included a raft of proposals on how to change the public image of the armed forces. These included a greater public presence of uniformed soldiers, and an expansion of cadet forces in schools – and legislation banning discrimination against anyone wearing the ‘Queen’s uniform.’ .

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100 Years of War Lies DEBUNKED

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US started Afghan war for own interests: Karzai

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Afghan President Hamid Karzai says the US and its Western allies launched the war in Afghanistan for their own interests.

“Afghans died in a war that’s not ours,” Karzai said in an interview with the Washington Post published on Sunday.

He said that the 12-year-old war was “for the US security and for the Western interest.”

The Afghan president also urged the US to end air raids in Afghanistan, saying that, instead of Taliban militants, civilians are being killed in these airstrikes.

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What links the death of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Afghanistan and the war on terror?

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Tony Blair says, “90% of heroin sold in UK originates from Afghanistan.” Tansy Hoskins asks: “Whose fault is that?”

The death of actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman has focused the media’s lens on heroin use. News packages have documented the drug’s rise in the US and the UK – speaking to distraught families and decrying the fact that heroin is now plaguing the middle classes. One key link in the chain is, however, largely being ignored – that of Britain and the United States’ bloody and failed ‘War on Terror’.

Consider this: since the 2001 invasion and occupation by NATO forces, production of opium in Afghanistan has risen by 1,400 per cent. With Afghanistan being the source of ninety per cent of the heroin in Britain, chickens – carrying poppies in their beaks – have come home to roost.

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Published in: on February 22, 2014 at 18:01  Leave a Comment  
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‘We’re fed up with war’, says minister: Public have ‘irrational’ fear of long conflicts

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Politicians must pledge that future wars will be short with clear goals that will convince a ‘war-weary’ public, says Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.

A decade of warfare in Iraq and Afghanistan has led to a ‘climate of scepticism’ and an ‘irrational fear’ about military intervention in broken states, he says.

Even the threat of terrorism from volatile foreign countries no longer convinced British people that war was necessary.

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“Future wars will be short” “irrational fear” I’ve read some stuff but this takes the biscuit. All wars are wrong, our leaders are war criminals. Any aggression in other countries will only cause people to hate us. The recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had nothing at all to do with 9/11. Yes we are war weary. STOP YOUR WAR MONGERING.

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