Sunday, 11 March 2012

Our charming allies in Iraq

The other day I commented on the people who Nato have brought to power in Libya. Now here's a lovely tale from that other success story of "liberal intervention", Iraq.

At least ninety young people abducted and stoned to death because of the way they dress - murdered by the extremist elements brought to power by the destruction of the previous regime.

According to the Mail:
Iraq's Moral Police released a statement on the interior ministry's website condemning the 'emo phenomenon' among Iraqi youth, declaring its intent to 'eliminate' the trend.
Surely this kind of crazy brutality is the stuff which gets the "liberal interventionists" all hot under the collar and ready to wage war? Or maybe it makes them pause for thought, that it was they who put these murderous nutters in power? Ah, but I realise my error: there is no pause for thought or reflection amongst the "liberal interventionists". They are too busy focusing on the next task in hand. Surveying the desolation they leave in their wake would only confuse matters.

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