War In Iraq: Confused? You Will Be

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I’m always a bit wary about referring to The Daily Mail because mere mention of that rather sensationalist but immensely popular newspaper (compare its circulation figures with those of The Guardian or The Independent) is likely to attract a Two Minutes Hate session from Britain’s biggest fascist movement, Unite Against Fascism, Britain’s biggest Nazi movement, The Anti Nazi League and all the left wing Sheeple who unthinkingly follow their rabid attempts to prevent intelligent conversation.

Many of us are confused about what is going on in the Middle East however, and The Mail has run an article that sums it up perfectly. I don’t read The Mail myself but sometimes follow links to specific items of content and unlike our Labour and Lib Dem supporting neo -fascist friends I’m open minded enough to know that the fact something has been published in The Daily Mail does not necessarily mean it is wrong.

So as clueless Dave prepares to follow Obama into yet another unwinnable war (lets hope Parliament kicks him in the balls again) and I know my leftie readers are too bigoted to follow a link to the Mail I’ll summarise the article for you.

We support the Iraqi government in it’s fight against Islamic State (IS/ISIL/ISIS/Alky Ada/The Silent Three/The Famous Five/whatever they are called this week). Our leaders say IS poses an existential threat to the west (now where have we heard something like that before?) but IS is supported (i.e. funded) by Saudi Arabia whom we do like (because they have oil, lots of oil.)so even though they are a bunch of fanatical Islamist theocrats we are their allies.

We don’t like President Assad in Syria because he only has a bit of oil, but our leaders can’t fight him because he’s best mates with Putin (who has oil AND gas and threatens to turn off the tap if we attack his friends).

IS are fighting Assad. We support their fight against him by giving them weapons and sending military advisers to train up human organ noshing terrorists on how to use them. But though we don’t want to fight the IS terrorists who are trying to overthrow the Syrian government because assad is our enemy, we do (we are told) have to fight the IS terrorists who are fighting the Iraqi government who are our puppets friends.

We don’t like Iran because like Saudi Arabia they are a bunch of Islamist Theocrats except they are the wrong sort of Islamists, but the Iranian government supports the Iraqi government against IS and we support the Iraqi government against IS.

Therefore some of our friends are our enemies and some of our enemies are our friends, and some of our enemies are fighting our other enemies, and some of our friends are fighting our other friends. We don’t want our friends to lose unless they are fighting our other friends, and we don’t want our enemies to win unless they are fighting our other enemies.

If we respond to Obama’s demand for support we will not know if we are fighting our friends or our enemies because they change their names more often than they change their shirts.

If we join Obama’s coalition of the terminally confused and help our friends defeat our enemies we may find our friends are even more repugnant than the enemies we helped them defeat (remember what happened in Libya)

What more obvious reason could there be for going to war.

The Public Face Of ISIS – The Daily Mail

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