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When freedom becomes slavery.

The attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese was the unprovoked act of aggression that precipitated the USA into the Second World War. The United States of America quite rightly took up arms to protect her autonomy and freedom from oppression and aggression.

This nation with the right to liberty enshrined in her constitution has committed a far more heinous crime against Iraq, by invading and overthrowing an entire nation. How is this greeted by the world? Liberation! The right to protect her sovereignty from acts of terrorism and aggression! From Iraq? When did Iraq ever commit an act of aggression against any of the Allied forces who have invaded her? Tony Blair's professed fears "... this new world faces a new threat: of disorder and chaos born either of brutal states like Iraq, armed with weapons of mass destruction; or of extreme terrorist groups." What weapons? Which extreme terrorist groups?

Public opinion is swinging in favour of the invasion. A hope to a swift end and the bringing down of a regime of terror, forgetting, in its fickle fervour, that oppression does not change with victory.

I await the political outcome of this. Whatever may follow will not be good, for we are all now slaves to might. It would be the gravest folly to forget that might does not mean or convey right.

Liberation and humanitarian aid for Iraq!

 

Body bags are bad for business, cruise missiles herald a new era of  how wars are fought and the political thinking behind them.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/Iraq/Story/0,2763,918740,00.html

Anti-war links:

Stop the war

Moveon.org

 

 

 

To see what is in front of one's nose requires a constant struggle.

George Orwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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