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Blair's take on Corbyn and foreign wars; http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/politics/politics-headlines/corbyn-insane-not-to-invade-iraq-says-blair-20150901101609

3 hours ago

@leatash maybe the jihadists also believe they have a 'rat problem' in relation to westerners, other Islamic sects, Christians, women, homosexuals, children enjoying a pop concert, etc. Maybe real the problem with extermist minorities in the Western and Islamic Worlds is that they consider other human beings to be like rats; essentially. vermin. Maybe viewing different global regions as ...

5 hours ago

Hardly, at least I'm not blinded in one eye when it comes to reality.

6 hours ago

you're so right @burneside architects of terror can move all over the globe completely unhindered. putin in syria, trump in saudi arabia. and we even let trump into the uk! What's Blair up to these days? Many jihadists were born in the UK - border controls will achieve very little. And seeing immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers in the same light as jihadists just tells me how effective ...

@burneside i'd happily engage in discussion with you if you didn't have to resort to insults.

6 hours ago

In retrospect I'm only referring to 'wannabe career politicians' which is who I referred to originally  in any case and not 'career politicians'. However some career politicians lack a moral compass too and I've written about them often as well, whearas not all aspirant politicians lack integrity. I could state we need new people in politics, but really we need a new political sytem, so ...

thanks at @Lynne this is an interesting thread. The merchandise and prepared speech for cities preparing for attacks is shocking, relating to the former - any chance to make money out of it and the latter shows terrorist attacks are becoming the accepted norm by the establisment, but I'm not completely surprised. And I agree with the 'damned if we do damned if we don't' as jihadist view 8 year ...

yesterday at 20:05

@Lynne i completely agree with what you've written and i've definitely learnt more about wahhabism and how it links to the jihadist organizations. military intervention is but one factor and the main/only explanation, because our media, governments, religions, financial institutions, corporations, etc in the west don't want the public to question how the western world's higher standards of living ...

2 days ago

@Lynne you raise some really good points, Does it matter if countries don't intervene militarily in the middle east? They can intervene economically, politically via sanctions, punitive trade deals, debt reparations, etc and also culturally (western fashion, tourism or the media), religiously even, with missionaries, or the growth of secularism and a shift toward westen ways, abandoning customs, ...

2 days ago

@Paul what 'decent people left'? By your logic some of them would be culpable of genocide. Categorizing people into two groups of either a) good and b) bad is very simplistic. And what if some of the 'good' people then turned 'bad'? Would the 'good' people then have to kill some more 'bad' people? Or should killing all the 'baddies' in one fell swoop do the job? And create a prosperous ...

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