The West not bombing Iraq for humanitarian reasons

tornado bulk grain carrier
RAF Tornado, not an ideal bulk grain carrier (source:

The involvement of Britain’s Royal Air Force in delivering humanitarian aid in Iraq t has triggered speculations that the UK, may join the US in launching targeted air strikes against the Islamic State (ISIS). The RAF Tornados deployed Tornado are two seat fighter planes capable of low level supersonic flight but not ideal for delivering large payloads of bagged rice or bottled water. They could possibly be useful for dropping medicines however.

Though British military leaders were insistent that the aircraft would only be used in Iraq as part of humanitarian operations, the choice of Tornados, described by military aviation publications as described as “a two-seat, all-weather, day/night attack aircraft” for a humanitarian mission has led to speculation that Britain might quickly be dragged into an escalating regional conflict by a the United States government that shows every sign of being committed to triggering global war.

It would be more logical to assume that David Cameron is showing totally unacceptable devotion to his bum-boy buddy Barack Hussein Obama at whose bidding the UK is now being dragged back into the unwinnable struggle to keep the very large oilfields around Irbil (aka Erbil) under western control. Oil from the Ibril fields supplies a significant amount of energy to Europe.

Does that make a little more sense? When you step back and look at the bigger picture, it always comes back to oil.

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Be careful how high you fly on your broomstick.

It isn’t often a respected and serious news and opinion web site like Boggart Blog with pick up a story from a South African tabloid like The Johannesburg Star. This one however is a must read for our pagan followers.

Swaziland makes it illegal for a witch to fly a broomstick above 150m

Witches flying their broomsticks above an altitude of 150 metres in Swaziland’s airspace will be subject to arrest and a hefty fine of R500 000,the African nation’s civil aviation authority, said, according to a report from our African correspondent.

Witches’ broomsticks are considered similar to any heavier-than-air transportation device that is airborne, the Attorney General of Swaziland, His Excellency The Rev. Mr. Ngwane Swatini Umbongo told media representatives. He expressed concern that high flying witches could stray into air traffic lanes and cause passenger aircraft to crash or turn into pterodactyls which would be bad for the tourist industry.
“A witch on a broomstick should not fly above the [150-metre] limit,” Civil Aviation Authority marketing and Wirtch Finder – in Chief said yesterday.

No penalties exist for witches flying below 150 metres.

The Jo’burg Star reported it was hard to say how serious he was, but witchcraft isn’t a joking matter in Swaziland, where the people believe in it.

When asked if there were also legal restrictions on how high magic carpets could fly the minister said, “Don’t be silly, magic carpets only exist in fairy tales.”

You will be delighted to know this story is not entirely made up. It was picked up by several bloggers and also featured on MSN Now


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