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Saturday, November 18, 2006

Human Rights

Original posting, August 2006

Blair and Human Rights. Can't you see through this one? Champion of Human Rights. Without Blair (and Bush) I doubt we'd need them. But it does serve to mist over the whole issue of being 'decent'.

What about those Human Rights of innocent people unfortunate to have been born in a 'war zone'.

What about Zimbabwe and Mugabe?

Remember that handshake (April 2005) where Prince Charles seemed to be ‘ambushed’ by Mugabe in Rome? Well, I wonder...

...I think freemasonry. Don't know why really. Just do. It 'feels' right.

What about the Human Rights of much of black Africa?

Great Britain could be seen as a legitimate target as a result of all this. And the really guilty ones, responsible for it all, wring their hands together moaning about such a violent world that we all live in. Much in the same way as innocent Iraqi children are all found guilty of murderous outrage.

So will we.

Thanks ‘Tony’.

Thanks George.