Unbelievable Arrogance And Cruelty
What a mess our arrogant 'leaders' have made.I am talking from a British perspective.
In the middle of the disaster in Japan ,they have shamed us in front of the World, by dragging us into this terrible attack upon a country that has nothing at all to do with us i.e Libya.
One could ask 'Where are the so called rebels getting their money from "?
They certainly look well fed,well clothed ,and well showered !
So half a Million pounds for each missile, whilst in the UK, we are seeing swimming baths,libraries,nurseries and even public toilets closed.
Day centres and other help for the elderly such as meals on wheels are already shutting down, or facing privatisation.
NHS Could be lost
If Government spending cuts are not stopped we will see the end of social care and the NHS.in the United Kingdom.
Prime minister Cameron said he was sending Tornado and Typhoon Jets-as part of a joint operation with U.S and France-this against plenty of opposition and questions asked in the house about the use of depleted uranium munitions ,which as usual,went unanswered.
Just a few months in Iraq
The invasion of Iraq was to take only a few months ! Eight years have gone by at a cost to the U.S of $750 billion . As of this week 4,439 U.S troops have been killed with 47,000 U.S troops still in Iraq.Where will we be in another Eight Years ? Will we still be in Libya ? Scavenging for Blood- oil !
- Cua Bono...............Who benefits
These words were written in the 1970s re. Vietnam Then more was added in 2oo3 re. Iraq.
- The Mangrove Snapshot-Binh Hoa- close to Ho Chi Minh...
Walk with me! We will wander down the orange coloured trail by mangrove valley near to Ho Chi Minh city
- Seas of freedom
A Poem inspired by the murderous action of israelis boarding a peace boat taking much needed aid to Palestine.
- What's Happening In India ?
This is about the plight of a fishing village who are to be denied their lifes-work in the fishing industry-----the land is possibly being sold to a french company for a nuclear plant.