Monday, July 24, 2006

Yo Blair!

Although watching Galloway and the Hizbollah fascists that he supports does significantly raise my blood pressure, am I alone in thinking that the British government have been "a bit crap" on the Middle East?

The utterly craven relationship between Blair and Bush that was revealed in their open mic session last week makes my blood boil too. Yo Bush - the worst President since Warren G Harding and Yo Blair- an unprincipled failure.

It is simply not good enough- Israel are in the wrong: punishing the innocent as vengeance against the guilty can not work. The UK, as a critical friend of Israel, has a duty to speak out. However as the "Yo Blair stuff" showed- the UK is regarded by everyone, the USA included, as a poodle.

The totally spineless way that this government has reacted to the Middle East crisis is not acceptable. For sure, with the history that Britain has in the region, we should be slow to make any comment. However the only reason that we do not criticise Israel now is because Blair is psychologically dependent on this tenth rate American President.

Yo Blair- "You have sat too long here for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, GO!"

1 comment:

Tristan said...

You've managed to articulate what I've been trying to say.

The situation between Blair and Bush seems like the way that to criticise the government in the US is portrayed as unpatriotic, whereas surely the patriot should criticise where they see mistakes being made.
The same goes for the friend. It can be hard, but a real friend would do speak up.

The other thing is that refusing to speak out and following the US lead is putting British people at risk, from terrorism and the increasing support for the fascist left in the form of Galloway and the fascist right in the form of the BNP and their ilk.