Six British Soldiers Deaths Provide Propaganda Opportunity For The UK.
The Sky News presentation of the deaths of six British soldiers in Afghanistan, was an excellent lesson in the use of any crisis to further your justification for your illegal war and to present a case against your next presumed target.
Sam Kiley, whose reports never fail to give the impression that he has been briefed by MI6, while having absolutely no first hand knowledge of the attack, managed to include all of the keywords into his drivel.
To suit the occasion, it appears that it would be nigh on impossible to make a home-made bomb powerful enough to cause the damage which he had not actually seen. It would, he assured us, have come across the border from Iran. Ah yes Iran! No, hold on. Or from Hezbollah in Lebanon. Or maybe Saddam Hussein lives on.
This is in direct contradiction to the police evidence, which assured us that some young lads in the UK could make such bombs, in their kitchen, which were powerful enough to destroy Tube Trains and Double-Decker buses in London to carry out the 7-7 attacks.
Kiley’s crap was followed by a statement from the Army, reminding us that these lads had died to protect UK citizens from attacks at home. Perhaps I missed the story of a terrorist attack which was carried out by the Taliban in the UK or anywhere else in Europe or the World. He extended his condolences to the families of the soldiers. He might have added that Afghan children are being killed on a daily basis, along with their parents, in the name of protecting Brits at home.
Perhaps Kiley has failed to notice that despite all the fear-mongering, there has not been a single so-called terrorist attack, from a provable Muslim source, in the UK. The attacks, which have been carried out can be traced back to the real culprits, whom of course are crouching behind the excuse of “conspiracy theory” rubbish. No evidence as strong as the “conspiracy theory” evidence has ever been presented, while Blair at the 7-7 enquiry was given the same opportunity to incriminate Iran as was he, Kiley, when Iran has attacked no-one.
The war in Afghanistan is illegal, it has more to do with Opium than problems with terrorists. As for the dead soldiers, Kissinger called them dumb animals, to be used as cannon fodder.
Kiley is simply sign-posting Iran or Lebanon as a threat, which will be dealt with after Syria has been dealt with. Syria has already been subjected to the full force of Sky News Black Propaganda.
Kiley might like another tour of Libya, where can enjoy the results of his eagerness to have the country bombed to oblivion, he might offer his condolences to some of the widows and orphans whom gave their lives to protect BRITISH interests.