Monday, October 28, 2013

'US aims to destroy all independently minded countries in the Middle East'.

New RT interview with me on the latest bombings in Iraq and why responsibility for the destruction of Iraq as a functioning country lies with the illegal invaders of 2003.


Anonymous said...

I like you Neil Clark! First enjoyed your essay's on RT. Thanks to all you independent journalists for your sterling and ongoing efforts to rebuild and restore our broken world to some semblance of decency. Your site is bookmarked under "Jewels".
Take care!

Neil Clark said...

Many thanks! That's really appreciated.

K Naylor said...

Patrick Cockburn has been brilliant and inciteful on the chaos caused by intervention in the Middle East.

'Al-Qa’ida is once again making ground attacks on cities like Fallujah from which they were driven by US Marines in 2004. The same is true of the city of Mosul in northern Iraq, where Isis is reported to levy protection money on everybody from the local green grocer to satellite phone and construction companies – bringing in monthly revenue of $8m.

This is happening because al-Qa’ida reinvigorated itself by its gains in Syria, and the Sunni community in Iraq – heavily defeated after the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003 – could see the regional balance of power changing in its favour.'