Saturday, 11 July 2009

Afghanistan Smokescreen

Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said today that Britain's military battle in Afghanistan 'is about the future of Britain'.
Mmm...... so we send an army half way around the world to fight a war against Islamist extremists but back home in GB we are actually letting the country flood with Muslims and bending over backwards to pander to their every whim.

I can't help thinking that Afghanistan is a distraction, created while the British hating Labour government quickly usher the radical Islamists in through the back door.

When the dust settles and the troops return home it will be too late.
The Islamists will be here.


Goodnight Vienna said...

I couldn't agree more - the government's softly, softly appeasement policies towards extremist groups here has gone too far - and to say our troops are in Afghanistan to prevent terror attacks in the Uk is just insulting.

Anonymous said...

That's an interesting point you make that I haven't considered before. If believe as there is war violence in Afghanistan nothing will be accomplished. The U.S. current strategy of cutting back on military raids and focusing on the people instead (so they say). Maybe that could be a political smokescreen as well.

Anonymous said...

Our troops not only lack proper equipment, but they are brainwashed into the ask questions first, shoot later mentality. It was the same in NI, if a soldier opens fire, the chances are there'll be an inquiry and he'll face imprisonment - Lee Clegg being a prime example!

Those guys in the tank in Basra, why didnt they open fire on the fuckers or drive over them instead of being set alight and made to run with their tails between their legs!

The iranian hostage incident was another embarrassment that could have been avoided if only our warship had fired a few warning shots at the marauding iranians!

Their reluctance to open fire makes them nothing more than target practice for the taliban, insurgents and even US forces!

Jeannine said...

I'll volunteer as executioner after we have the war crimes trials. I wish there was a way of getting Bush convicted as well . . .

Martyn Findley said...

Is it for the safety of Britain or is it to make a safe route for an oil pipeline from the Caspian Sea?

Let us see whether Georgia joins NATO and if they do and the hypothesis above is correct then interest in Afganistan will suddenly wain methinks.

Dr. Dave said...

Good points, JPT.

This could be the future of all western societies because, as we all know, the Muslims are eating us from within, and yet we'll be fighting wars on their wastelands for the next 100 years...because they will never, ever stop...unless they're gone forever.