Britain’s Criminal Foreign Policy

Apart from Britain’s strong support for EU and American adventurist expansionism in Ukraine, what is being played out in Iraq and parts of Syria is a heinous crime which America and Britain have brought about through greed and stupidity.

After the illegal invasion of Iraq by America and Britain, in itself an act of terrorism, the major source of terrorism in the Middle East apart from Israel, is Saudi Arabia which spawned the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, the 9/11 suicide bombers and now their latest off-spring, the Islamist Sunni Caliphate of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). They are all paid for by the Saudi Wahabis and Kuwaiti oligarchs, determined to see a growing Sunni Muslim international army prosecute the bloodiest sectarian war.

The same bloodthirsty rebels in Syria, which Obama and Cameron wanted our countries to support, have joined forces with their ISIS counterparts to continue the destruction of Iraq which Bush and Blair started. America and Britain are now forced with great reluctance to abandon their previous posturing and give at least grudging support to the governments of Iraq, Syria and even Iran, while Saudi Arabia, the ‘great friend ‘ of the West, supplied with weapons from Britain, terrorises its own people, spreads its poison throughout the Middle East, Africa and further afield.

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In dealing with Covid19, Collectivism and Science have shown the way world wide; in Britain it's been Trade Unions and the NHS. Capitalism has shown itself unwilling & incapable of dealing with this crisis.

Caractacus Mann@CaractacusMann

From Yemen saying "Communism saves humanity." https://twitter.com/CPBritain/status/1308301456051597314

Neo-liberal managerial approach, from a neo-liberal political party. More evidence for ending the illusion that the Labour Party can ever be socialist which is based on a deeper illusion that the Parliamentary system and existing state can be reformed in the interests of workers.

Paul O'Connell@pmpoc

The British Labour Party ending its own furlough scheme a month before the national scheme, and letting employees go, in the midst of a global pandemic and on the cusp of an economic depression - under new management indeed:

In the USA we see a contradiction between aspects of neoliberalism; i.e. between authoritarianism of the state repressive apparatus and liberal economics of cuts in public services. Both aspects end up damaging workers.

Miles@UnitedLeftist

HUGE federal overreach here. https://twitter.com/kylehooten2/status/1308051304846065666

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