Sunday, July 29, 2007
WE ARE IN TOO DEEP ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
I fear our new Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, will be unable to 'break free' from the war-mongering aggression of Bush's US regime - even if he wanted to ....... and there appears little inclination on his part to want to.
This should come as no great surprise. Brown, as Chancellor, found the money to finance Blair's failed military adventures (thus enabling Bush to implement his Full Spectrum Dominance Policy more easily) - without a twitter of resistance.
Commercially, we are already 'occupied' by the US anyway - whose corporate predators (eg private equity companies) see us as a 51st US 'puppet state', in which their goods/services/ideas/idealogies can be exported without constraints.
We are 'locked in' to the US - trapped - and the penalties for disobedience (or independence) would be too severe to contemplate for Brown.
We are in too deep across the Atlantic.
""And we should acknowledge the debt the world owes to the United States for its leadership in this fight against international terrorism," he said.""
Let's not forget, though, that Bush won't be President next year, unless he declares martial law.
Maybe Brown is playing his cards.