Saturday, September 10, 2016

Why Did The US Just Bar a Former British Diplomat From Entering the Country? Video

Former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray blew the whistle on how the Americans were using Uzbekistan's medieval torture program to produce false intelligence in the war on terror

Washington went after Saddam, Qaddafi, and now Assad saying they are wicked, but Uzbekistan is one of the worst places on earth and yet we ignore its rulers crimes, in fact, they carry out some the worst crimes ever imaginable for us: brutal medieval torture. When Craig Murray reported the crimes being committed in Uzbekistan the British government, then New Labour, they told him to shut up. When he refused they removed him from office and then tried to discredit him by saying he was a drunkard who used prostitutes.

 Craig says how he has lost his faith in humanity when he realized how evil our own side was. We spend our lives thinking we are the good guys, says Craig Murray, but when you realize that your side is truly evil it is shocking and destroys up your world view.

This is where I'm at and I realize that WW3 is not impossible because the 'good guys' start the wars. It is scary when you realize this and that your side can commit terrible evils, and even start a World War. Then the authoritarians will get behind the government because they are stupid and believe that the said enemy is evil. Then when the war starts and everyone gets behind the government, including left-wing media, to protect our boys at war on the front line, and to stop the enemy from defeating our own side. The ruling elite can start any war they like this way where social pressure ensures most people fall behind the government (because they will be considered traitors otherwise) and the vigilantes will soon go after those that don't.

I see Putin as entirely innocent, but my liberal friends see him as an oligarch gangster who kills his enemies. But where's the evidence, and even Trump asks that? In some parts of the alternative media, mainly on the right, they talk about the Clinton body Count, and it does look disturbing, but no mention of this in the MSM. Yes, its conspiracy theory stuff, but people believe Putin kills his enemies which the MSM plugs without any evidence and that is considered fine.


4 comments:

Bob said...

They banned Farley Mowatt and he was just a novelist.

Gary Hart said...

The people who rule this country own both parties. They don't care about us. Most have duel citizenships. Trump seems to be the only fly in their ointment. He says America first. He had better watch his back.

MRW said...

This is where I'm at and I realize that WW3 is not impossible because the 'good guys' start the wars. It is scary when you realize this and that your side can commit terrible evils, and even start a World War. [...]

I see Putin as entirely innocent, but my liberal friends see him as an oligarch gangster who kills his enemies.


Me too. Start listening to Stephen Cohen on Tuesday night at 10 PM EST on WABC AM Radio. You can get it online. He's on the John Batchelor Show. Worth your time. Or you can figure out how to engineer listening to the podcasts, which is Byzantine.

Cohen is a retired Russian professor and current historian. He advised presidents before Clinton, but Clinton abandoned the presidential habit of listening to outside sources for advice.

Ryan Harris said...

What worries populations isn't what worries leaders.

What is scary to an individual is what they can not control but they perceive to threatens their survival.

Ask Putin or Obama or Xi what keeps them up at night and I'll bet that war with the United States or vice versa isn't even on the top 100 list. I'll bet climate change doesn't make it. All the things that people obsess over are so far off the mark.

Voters in the US say these worry them most:
1. Economy
2. Climate change ( this one is funny... Democrats think its a catastrophe, Republicans think irrational democrat actions are the bigger danger)
3. Criminal Justice & inequality...
4. Health Care costs
5. Privacy
6. Education

When they asked Obama off the record what his top worry was, he was cagey, but when pressed... "Pakistan".

Not Putin, Not China, Not Jobs. But haven't you noticed this in your own life and own small bits of the world that you lead? I have. It seems to me, leaders don't burden those who have no power with problems they think they can't solve. And Citizens imagine problems intractable that are easily solvable.