Monday, February 14, 2011

War Criminal Invited To Take Tea At King's College, London.

"Foreign Office sources say they do not want to 'shine too much light' on the process, for fear of bringing delicate negotiations to a halt." Well, I do sympathize, of course. Appearances must be maintained, after all. Mustn't let down the side in front of the hoi-polloi. Gracious no. We can't have any indelicate public attention paid to our toff indulgences in diplomatic squalor and moral cowardice, now can we? It simply wouldn't do. Wouldn't do at all.

"After all, there are war crimes and there is the crime (established at Nuremburg) of planning to wage aggressive war. The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in the first place by indiscriminate violence, played host to al-Qaida forces that murdered several thousand civilians in one day on American soil, and for almost a decade has been employing systematic cruelty against civilians and fighting an undeclared war, without uniforms or formal command structure, against a force that is upholding a U.N. mandate for the rebuilding of the country. Moreover, during its period in power, it ran the country as a vast concentration camp, enslaving the female population and conducting a campaign of extermination against the Hazara minority. How is it possible to mention this enormity in the same breath as the forces that are opposed to it?"

The spectacle of this fascist gargoyle enjoying cucumber sandwiches with the crusts sliced off in the warm company of Eton boys can mean only that we are obliged in all fairness to give credit where the credit is so routinely claimed: Vindication for Taliban Jack. UPDATE: Didn't take long, I see - Give Jack credit for this and apologize while you're at it!


Blogger vildechaye said...

Forget the tea, I wonder what he'll do when they offer him crumpet?

9:15 PM  
Blogger Terry Glavin said...

If it came with a little tent on I'm sure he'd be happy to devour it.

9:21 PM  
Blogger SnoopyTheGoon said...

Ehehe... the Eton boys are taught that "politics make strange bedfellows", when they take the first gulp of mom's milk, I guess. Then it's only a matter of practice and more practice.

If you wondered who are these folks who eat live roaches, worms and such stuff on reality shows, now you know...

11:03 AM  
Blogger Anton Deque said...

Not heard of "Divide and Rule"? One of the "Eton boys" biggest trump cards is foreigners think them effete or naive. Remember "Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton". Blair's playing of I.R.A. Sinn Fein was masterly – but he went to Fettes – the 'Scottish Eton'. Muffin anyone?

3:19 AM  

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