Danny Breslin

How it is…

​‘US and NATO using ISIS to re-intervene into the region’

It’s all just a game to them. Peace in our lifetime is the impossible dream, utterly unobtainable. It is undeniable that we are subject to the rule of psychopaths.

Anyone else scared?


August 18, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. In the history of the world there has always been one constant, and that is war. So not in our lifetimes nor in a million years will humanity ever see complete peace. And is not psychopaths, rational people make rational decisions because war are means to an end. And with the psychopath rational you could also say soldiers are all psycho´s. Last time I checked nobody put a gun in my head to join the army. It´s part of human life, you like it or not, and young men and women will do the dirty work that civilians need to be done, and what always amused me at the time was why where all the civilians complaining when they where sitting in their couch while me and a couple of hundred buddies where out there in a not so comfy place. And not all returned to sit back on a couch. But wars are inevitable.

    Comment by charlypriest | August 18, 2014 | Reply

  2. Just because it has been a constant doesn’t make it okay. The idea of fighting for Queen and country no longer applies when it is not the national interest you are fighting for, what we are seeing at the moment is a potentially endless corporate world war. They are manufacturing enemies to fight to keep the profits rolling in.
    Who do you think has been bankrolling (Saudi Arabia, UAE), arming (US, Britain) and training (CIA, MI6, Mossad – yes, Israel has a lot to gain from a fractured Middle East) these guerilla armies? The same people who are producing the arms to kill them and to kill our lads. The same people who tell our politicians when to jump and how high. Halliburton, BAE, Lockheed Martin, McDonnell Douglas, Big Oil, The Carlyle Group…this could turn into a very long list!
    Iraq was a corporate takeover, Afghanistan was about gas pipes and protecting the opium crop (when the Taliban burnt the poppy fields an invasion was inevitable; post-invasion production is running at four times the level it was pre-invasion) , everything else is geopolitics, power and profit. All the wars that have taken place post 2001 have caused more danger to the civilian sitting on his couch, not less.

    Comment by Danny Breslin | August 19, 2014 | Reply

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