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Friday 12 May 2017

GE 2017. Update 3. Chatham House speech

The leader of the opposition has spoken at Chatham House, the Royal Institute, on his policies for International affairs. His dream was for a peaceful world, untroubled by conflict, harmony abounding. It all sounded so peaceful, so idyllic, as if there was never any disagreement amongst the Nations let alone military aggression. In a Corbyn world you can always talk your way out of a situation.
His total approach to the Nation's security is to assume the rationality of a likely adversary as if they are always ready to comply with the resolutions of the United Nations. Oh yeah!
What about Kim Jung Un and the more militant followers of Islam? Neither are rational or likely to follow the dictates of the UN.
Corbyn spoke of his pedigree, how his parents fought for the International Brigade against Franco, relishing his description of the eventual winners as fascists supported by Hitler. These stupid people were supporting the Communists and yes the Monarchists ran a hard Country for the few, but imagine where they'd be now following the socialist agenda of Marx, Trotsky and Lenin. And let's not forget that when Hitler asked for Franco's support in the Second World war the Spaniard insisted on neutrality.
Corbyn stated that he'd not fight the upgrade for Trident but fell short of committing himself to use the weapon, thereby negating its deterrence factor. The British Army, a supreme, highly trained fighting force he suggested would best be used in peacekeeping rolls or in conflict resolution where human rights and white flag waving take precedence.
Throughout the speech, I heard not one word on Islam, the single most inflammatory factor in world conflict. Not one word on ISIS or Al Caeda. These people are not interested in following UN resolutions, only on destroying the West, its values, and setting up a world-wide Caliphate under Sharia Law. Tackling them is like tackling an out of control wild bushfire. You put it out in one place only for it to spring up elsewhere and then back again. These people are not open to dialogue; they die to achieve their aims but Corbyn has no answers other than to talk to people like Hamas. Is it a coincidence then that he introduced, at the beginning, the Somalian ambassador to the UN. Why? The one thing, however, he doesn't want to talk about are these Islamic issues because, I believe. he is after the Muslim vote, pure and simple, an object lesson in hypocrisy or lying by omission.

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