AUSTRALIANS AT WAR

AUSTRALIANS AT WAR
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Friday, March 16, 2007

IF THE WORLD THINKS THESE ‘CONFESSIONS’ ARE GARBAGE, WHAT WILL THE WORLD THINK OF THE OTHER LIES THE GOVERNMENT HAS TOLD US?

The ‘confessions’ of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed have shown the world that the US government cannot be trusted. The ordinary everyday peoples of the world have woken up to the reality of the US government’s lies and deceit. One needs only to see the readers comments in mainstream newspapers such as the UK Guardian or even Australia’s Murdoch owned The Australian to witness a world realising that for the last six years it has been taken for a ride – a ride that has cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women and children, not to mention the trillions of dollars of taxpayers money that could have been used to build a better world rather than attempting to destroy it.

The US government’s intentions in announcing these ridiculous ‘confessions’ have monumentally backfired on them because, far from pointing the finger of blame conclusively to al Qaeda and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed for all the worlds ‘terrorist’ disasters over the last couple of decades as was hoped, they have finally succeeded only in destroying what tiny bit of credibility they did have left – and that wasn’t much!

They’ve already been exposed as political fraudsters and warmongers over the lies they told to get the war against the people of Iraq going. Turns out there were no WMDs and, compounding the lie and making it worse still, the government knew that at the time. It also turns out that Saddam didn’t have anything to do with 9/11 after all and nor was he looking for uranium from Niger. These are all things that the peoples of the world now already know.

And, since we now know that all that has turned out to be lies, the US government can’t really blame the peoples of the world for turning to the myriad of unanswered questions about the events of 9/11 itself and demanding answers.

2 comments:

Terrence Valter said...

Damian,

As has been mentioned elsewhere.
How simple would it have been for the US to pass the evidence it had on bin laden to Afghanistan before the invasion.

How many hundred's of thousands of people would still be alive that are now dead.

Why didn't the US at least try the process?

Damian Lataan said...

Indeed Terrence, but you know as well as I do that such up-frontedness, if there is such a word, would have only have benefitted humanity - not something that can be expected from the current administration and their neocon/right-wing Zionist sponsors since such humanitarianism would not have been in their interests.