QUOTE (Werdna @ Nov 25 2011, 06:08 AM)
As for John Howard and crew. I find it embarrassing our nation's leader at the time still thinks he was justified in supporting the US-led UN invasion of two sovereign nations for no valid reason. He has the blood of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi and Afghan civilians and combatants on his hands. Shame on him. How does he sleep at night? And that goes for his crummy cabinet too. I'd really like to know why they think the way they do - I mean, they can't be THAT stupid, can they? What were they really told to gain their totally ignorant commitment to such an atrocious act? In my opinion the whole brainless bunch are right up there with Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Saddam, Gaddafi, etc, etc. May history remember them that way.
The replacement mob in Canberra in 2011 are no better.
You obviously have your 'brain' in gear, with your eyes open.
Perhaps the point is, "they don't think", just do what their told, and if that goes bad, make up stories about it.
It seems a 'universal' requirement for involvement in politics, at all levels.
Well, the stories are beginning to be questioned, 'universally', and at all level of politics, in different agenda, especially on the community front, which is very rapidly becoming the basis for dealing with much broader and deeper subjects, which the "controlling elite", will find they have no control over.
Line a few of them up in properly run 'court', which despite their arrogance, is bound to happen, and get ready for the rain of 'dummies'.