‘A person would have to be blind to fail to notice that whilst the bullets fly and the blood flows, all manner of legislation scuttles through our various parliaments like thieves in the night, systemically, and inch by inch, stealing our ways of life.’ said Neil Oliver, in his segment of GBNews. While this is an important issue, Neil Oliver, as eloquently as ever explains that dreadful people are in charge of the world and “we’re set at each other’s throats by those who don’t give a damn about any of us.” These people are in the middle of what he says is the “ugliest, most brutal, most obscene game of all.” and argues that “It’s time where the people stopped watching them play it, if not for us, then for our children, and for everyone’s children.“
Although there is a video included at the bottom, a transcript was written verbatim below in order to enable time to be taken to appreciate, what I believe to be, a very important message from Neil Oliver.
‘Whilst blood flows, legislation scuttles through Parliament stealing our ways of life’
Dreadful things keep happening because dreadful people are in charge of the world but face no consequences for their dreadful actions.
Since 911 the beginning of the Forever War on Terror millions of civilians have been killed in a blood-drenched suede of territory in Iraq Afghanistan Syria Libya Yemen and many more places besides.
Always we’re told “it’s for the greater good” that we must accept the collateral deaths of the innocent as well as the guilty. Always it’s civilians that die in the greatest numbers like grass harvested or trampled underfoot. Modern wars are prosecuted to keep the powerful in power and to make the rich richer.
Provoked or not the answer is always war. As often as not, they’re about oil, the removal of inconvenient uncooperative regimes, and the replacement with those deemed compliant. The rich and Powerful insist they act only to make the world a better, safer place.
Is that right?
All I see are piles of corpses, heaps of rubble and a world made more dangerous every day for the likes of you and me. I say the likes of US presidents W Bush, Clinton Bill, of course, and also Hillary and Obama are dreadful people with blood on their hands.
So too past British Prime Minister Tony Blair, also dreadful, he and his little wizards lied about weapons of mass destruction in the arsenal of Saddam Hussein and then he and George Bush launched an illegal War.
If you don’t believe me that that war was deemed illegal, then how about the word of Kofi Anan then Secretary General of the United Nations who said in 2004 “I have indicated that it’s not in accordance with the UN Charter” From our point of view and the UN Charter point of view the war was illegal.
The world is littered with aging ghouls, bloody to their elbows but somehow hailed as “Statesmen.”
Their cynical advice eagerly sought by their successors and in spite of the body counts, in spite of illegality, in spite of the deliberately fermented International instability, in spite of the revolving door between politics and the military-industrial complex that sees the suits serve their time in elected office declaring Wars and signing off on billion-dollar contracts to arms manufacturers before quitting the scenes of their crimes and taking up lucrative executive positions with the Boeings, Raytheons and Northrup Grummans of the world.
Never are there consequences for any of them, not in this life at least.
It’s not fingerprints that are left behind by the guilty parties, it’s news stories and sometimes even recordings of their voices calling for the necessary dirty work.
No Consequences for the Dreadful People
In early 2014 civil war broke out in the Donbass region of Ukraine after a US-backed coup d’etat cleared away the Russian favouring government in Kiev. The coup was the work of Victoria Nuland, then U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs.
Nuland talked about it all in a phone call to the then-US ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt, and we know this because someone leaked a recording of it all. Nuland and Piatt discussed who was to be the next prime minister of Ukraine. Nuland wanted anti-Russian Arseniy Yatsenyuk, in her own words “I think “Yats is the guy”.
Pyatt warned her, “Europeans might not support Yatsenyuk” to which she replied “F the EU”, except she didn’t limit herself to the letter F.