Friday, January 19, 2007

Beyond chutzpah: A war criminal lectures Serbia

What would you say if you opened your newspaper one morning and saw a letter from the Prime Minister of Serbia advising you how to vote in the next general election?
'Mind your own bloody business' would be my response- and probably yours too.
Yet while most us would be incensed at such blatant interference in our own election, it seems that its perfectly acceptable for the British Prime Minister to write letters to newspapers in Serbia advising the Serbs how to vote.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/01/18/wserbia18.xml
Is there no limit to the man's arrogance?
If there was such a thing as international justice, Blair would now be languishing in a dark and dusty prison cell. As it is, a man responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people has the audacity to lecture another country on the urgent need to hand over one of their suspected war criminals.
Chutzpah simply isn't the word.

2 comments:

Neil Craig said...

I attempted to put a comment on your article in today's Guardian but it seems I have been banned for not approving of Chairman Mao or something. I think you will be in general agreement with it & probably some other stuff on the blog - http://a-place-to-stand.blogspot.com/2007/01/guardian-supports-racist-censorship.html

blahblahblah said...

Don't worry, Blair will be safely ignored. No one's going to listen to the lunatic who bombed them for "humanitarian" reasons.