Monday, February 20, 2012

Mr Hague criticises Iran’s “utterly illegal activities”

Doesn't he look like a comedian? He certainly is one; William Hague, the British Foreign Secretary, the pathetic pathos, puerile polemic, the pharisaicalness and today on the Andrew Marr show he talked about Iran's "willingness to contemplate utterly illegal activities in other parts of the world."

Well, you have to admire this little man's audacity in using"utterly" to modify the adjective "illegal". Not only is Iran willing to undertake illegal activities they are willing to undertake "utterly" illegal activities. Now, what activities might he be refering to; the maybe car bomb where an Israeli diplomat was slightly hurt, the mysterious case in Tblissi of a mysterious bomb being defused, or, perhaps, the guy who blew his own legs off and who apparently had an Iranian passport?

"Utterly illegal" is sending military and police equipment to Bahrain, which is then used to crack open the heads of and shoot demonstrators, as indeed is selling weapons to every Tom, Dick and Harry here, there and everywhere. "Utterly illegal" is trying to instigate regime change all over the planet in order to realise the geopolitical goals of the West and Israel, while, of course, turning a blind eye to the "utterly illegal" occupation of Palestine and the "utterly illegal" crimes of a Zionist regime that .... that Mr Hague has a fucking nuclear bomb.

Nevertheless, Mr Hague, I like the "utterly" and you are either "utterly mad", "utterly hypocritical" or "utterly stupid". Indeed, you might just be "utterly" all three.

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