Kanjin Tor: The Education of Despots


When it comes to North Africa and the Middle East you simply cannot trust what the authorities tell you, or indeed don’t tell you.

They lied about Iraq. They Lied about Libya. They lied about Afghanistan. They are lying still about Israel and Palestine, about the House of Saud, about Bahrain, about Egypt, about Mali, and about Syria.

David Cameron does not give a damn about the children who got gassed in Syria, not one damn; or any other children who get killed anywhere in The Middle East for that matter.

If he was a humanitarian he would not allow Disabled Britons to die in poverty here in Great Britain, driven to suicides by his government’s constant attacks upon them – labelling good decent people as ‘scroungers’. If he was a good man, a great leader of men, a human being of worth, he would not be getting his Black shirted Policemen to arrest people who are trying to raise awareness of the crimes of bankers and big oil, he would not be sending out the police to brutalise and harass peaceful protestors sitting down singing ‘Jerusalem’ in a field in Sussex; and most of all he would not now be plotting, in a mass political conspiracy of the three main parties in the Houses of Parliament, to drop bombs on cities in which the ONLY certain outcome is – that children, possibly hundreds of thousands of them, will be annihilated as shrapnel from bombs that he has ordered be dropped, explodes their fragile bodies and spreads his misanthropic hatred across the world.

You know why he is doing it don’t you? You know deep in your hearts exactly the cause for his call to arms is don’t you?


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5 thoughts on “Kanjin Tor: The Education of Despots

  1. Mr.Angry

    How totally right you are and nothing in our lifetime will ever change. Can’t remember who said it but it was quoted “If you own the world oil resources you own the world”

    How very true.

  2. mohandeer

    Well said Mike. If only we could tear down the mainstream media establishment and get the truth out there. I have gleaned from so many sources all over the world, facts and truths so easily proven and yet never printed by the British presstitutes to the point of utter disbelief. I have answered JC’s request for opinion on whether we should be involved militarily in Syria, but I know the majority Blairites will not learn their lesson. Labour were so arrogant in TELLING the British people what they HAD to vote for such as refusing to give us a referendum on EU which cost them more than 2 million votes in May, telling us we would not be given a vote on Trident, green strategy, and now they don’t want to know that 60-80% of the country does not want us in Syria. Cameron is not the only Pinocchio, sadly his(Cameron’s) arrogance is matched by the Labour Right elitists, who still think the Labour Party is their own personal fiefdom and we the voters are a necessary inconvenience.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      This morning I was at a meeting with a member of the Shadow Cabinet who made it clear that the Blairite agitators are absolutely NOT the majority.
      Most of the Parliamentary Labour Party will follow Jeremy Corbyn’s lead; there are only a handful of – admittedly high-profile – troublemakers.
      I said these people need to be asked the obvious question: Who are they helping?
      Not the Labour Party. Certainly not the people who elected them.
      In fact, the people who most directly gain from their belligerence towards Jeremy Corbyn are the Conservative Party.
      I also made the point that these people might be quite happy to sit out another five years post-2020 in Opposition in their safe Parliamentary seats with their £70,000-a-year salaries, but most of the rest of us don’t have those luxuries and can’t wait that long.
      Are they considering the good of the country? Or are they just looking after themselves?

      It is wrong to say LABOUR doesn’t want to know about the issues you mention, though. Jeremy Corbyn has written directly to Labour members, asking for our opinions on Syria.

  3. Barry Davies

    Corbin is 100%correct in his questions on Syria, after all what is the objective of the bombing, what is the plan for deciding when to stop the bombing and what is the strategy after isis are beaten, if at all to deal with Assad?

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