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posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 08:09 AM
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Originally posted by cryptorsa1001
Bodrul, you are phycotic. Britain will join the US if an attack is made. Britain has an obligation to clean up its mess. After ww1 Britain carved up the middle east for its oil after using the middle easterners to win the war. Britain told the Arabs that if they helped win the war they could form there own countries and then Britain stabbed them in the back helping to create the mess that the middle east is today.


you go to school or have a eduaction

fair play if i kept preaching war and so on i would agree
but thats jokes coming from a phycotic looney who thinks killing thousends will fix his/her problems




posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 08:46 AM
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All UK govs previously were sent to war on the PM, or the cabinet's, say so. Not this time.
Parliament (all of the HOC, not just the Labour gov) voted freely on the matter.

Bush can plan all he likes but Britain (now that this openness has been established) will not follow the USA on the basis of inaccuracies or outright lies again.

You can say what you like about Tony Blair and this Labour gov but for the first time in the UK we have Parliamentary scrutiny and an open, free vote on whether the country goes to war - along with the most open scrutiny of the intel over which those decisions were based.

Thanks to the actions of this gov things will never be anything like the same again......

......and there is no way there is an appetite in Britain for further conflict in Syria or Iran or anywhere else.



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 11:18 AM
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Originally posted by cryptorsa1001
Bodrul, you are phycotic. Britain will join the US if an attack is made. Britain has an obligation to clean up its mess. After ww1 Britain carved up the middle east for its oil after using the middle easterners to win the war. Britain told the Arabs that if they helped win the war they could form there own countries and then Britain stabbed them in the back helping to create the mess that the middle east is today.

We WONT join in, we have no purpose to and see no need to.
Secondly yes our ancestors stabbed them in the back, we screwed up the middle east but just WTF do you want us to do?
We should remove ourselves from these kind of conflicts because frankly we have screwed up enough stuff.



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 11:48 AM
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Have you heard of the seven sisters? That is why america and britain will go to war with iran. Its for the control of the oil. That is why world war 1 was fought, germany was gaining access and control of the middle eastern oil by way of a railroad. The us and britain after ww1 have worked togeher so that they and the seven siters would control the most precious resource on this planet/ well precious commodity, water is not considered a high profit commodity yet.



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 11:51 AM
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Blair is a "visionary" and "luminary" of our time that will be remembered in the same breath as "Winston Churchill" and "Ghandi".



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 07:11 PM
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Originally posted by DrRobertCamp
Blair is a "visionary" and "luminary" of our time that will be remembered in the same breath as "Winston Churchill" and "Ghandi".


- Hmmm, I certainly wouldn't go that far; I would say he heads up one of the most progressive, radical and reforming governments the UK has had in a long long time.

I also think he will be remembered for trying to bring the 'international spotlight' onto Africa and the worlds under-priviledged - and his personal bravery in going to Lybia and meeting Gadaffi is not to be underestimated either.

But his being remembered will, IMO, be all about what he and his gov have done at home, not abroad.

Naturally this will not be appreciated until some time after his time but the greater openness and democratisation of the previously closed and highly secretive 'British state' are tangible achievements that will benefit the vast majority in the UK for the future from now on.



posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 07:36 PM
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Originally posted by DrRobertCamp
Blair is a "visionary" and "luminary" of our time that will be remembered in the same breath as "Winston Churchill" and "Ghandi".


Are the quotes there to indicate sarcasm? If so, totally agree.




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