Just not by any of the people involved, and not by a fair whack of parliament who are keen to continue to intervene in the middle east where it serves their personal interests.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... ar-inquiry
Winegums wrote: ↑Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:45 pmFunnily enough I read an interview with an Iraqi not that long ago, who said their lives were demonstrably worse since the invasion of Iraq. Like things weren't great under Saddam, but there was the basis of a functional society. Now it's a hellhole. Also you forgot about Afghanistan, and Syria, and probably a few other interventions that I can't even recall.
I'm actually embarrassed to be talking to real humans, not politicians, who are defensive of our foreign policy. We invade countries, help the US asset strip them, and install governments friendly to the west. That's it. It's violent imperialism to further economic and power interests, it's never been about doing the right thing.
Care to offer me a hot take on Venezuela?
I think you've just described Brexit.certain zeitgeist issues come from nowhere, and the public, entirely content beforehand with knowing fuck all about it, suddenly become aware of a terrible/brilliant new thing that has to be confronted/celebrated
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