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Terry K BS: Prospects of Tony Blair -American View (75* d) RE: BS: Prospects of Tony Blair -American View 14 May 05


Iraq was reduced to a state of chaos by internal conflict fuelled by foreign intervention, leading to a collapsed economy and a failure of provision of basic services.

That was how it was in the 1970's.

Iraq was saved from this chaos by the emergence of a charismatic leader who was able to restore some measure of order from the chaos, leading to a general improvement for most of the Iraqi people.

This situation continued until some people in the West decided that this leader was not right for the Iraqi people, so intervened in a way that ensured the position in Iraq would be restored to what it had been in the 1970's.

Iraq will only be saved from this chaos by the emergence of a charismatic leader who is able to restore some measure of order from the chaos, leading to a general improvement for most of the Iraqi people ..........

Blair should go, and go now. He should not be replaced by Brown. Brown is a grinning opportunist who has continued to grinningly deny the Labour Party manifesto promise of no tax increases. He has introduced (correct me if I'm wrong) something like 67 new taxes to date, commonly known as "stealth taxes". He has borrowed to an alarming level from world banks, without the prospect of a new oil industry to repay the loans, as was the rationale in the past.

The current state of UK politics seems to be simply a question of how you would like the lies to be delivered.


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