ref date:7 Jan 2003 (cd)
Blairs brown nose lost in the bush
Blair says we must make a stand against weapons of mass destruction. Unless we in Scotland or England or the United states have them - of course.
No one really questions the sanity of Saddam, but who really trusts a man who would simply nullify an anti nuclear proliferation treaty with Russia AND fund a missile defense shield( which doesn't appear to stop terrorists simply landing aircraft on buildings as we all saw)?
Mr Blair thinks president Bush and the always hawkish US military represent good friends - that others would like to have.
Remember in the playground where the 70lb weakling would often be a sidekick for the high school
bully whose motto was 'my way or the highway'?
Blair needs to understand that ONLY by backing the UN, and promoting European Security do we
strengthen Europe. US politics is NOT influenced by the European parliament, in fact it
raises a finger across the Atlantic generally, only Blair and every other blinded sidekick 'British' prime minister cannot see that.
Blair went on (and on and on and on) "We are the ally of the US not because they are powerful, but because we share their values. I am not surprised by anti-Americanism; but it is a foolish indulgence. For all their faults, and all nations have them, the US are a force for good. Quite apart from that, it is massively in our self-interest to remain close allies. Bluntly, there are not many countries who wouldn't wish for the same relationship as we have with the US and that includes most of the ones most critical of it in public."
Just remember when the USA LAST went on its own Jihad, its holy war against communism, we saw millions dead in South East asia and slaughter for decades in Central America. The American people are not at fault, but like the Scottish and English voter, if they do not reign in their love of death and 'my way or the highway' we all get a little less human and a little closer to Mr bin laden.