We should heed Jeremy's words
WHAT a fantastic piece by Jeremy Clarke, right, of the Bristol Stop the War coalition (The Post Speakers' Corner, February 15).
We have grown accustomed to politicians telling lies. But when those lies cause more than a million deaths, and ruin millions more lives, that is shocking beyond words.
It is no wonder that the multi-millionaire Tony Blair, for all his wealth, attracts protests wherever he tries to appear in public.
More than six hundred British deaths, all to make a fortune for one apology of a politician.
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It worries me that we have not learned the lessons of Iraq and Afghanistan.
We still try to interfere in other countries internal affairs. Mali is the latest.
And our politicians haven't changed either, like for example William Hague. He frightens me.
Every time I hear Hague speak I feel he'd like to start at least four wars all around the globe by the end of next week if he could.
It is people like Jeremy Clarke that we have to listen to, to keep being reminded that these wars are wrong, that at all times we should be looking for peaceful outcomes, or at the very least keeping our noses out of other peoples' business.
Well done Jeremy and keep up the good work.
The Respect Party