Miliband regrets 'war on terror'
15-Jan-2009 (3 comments)

The idea of a "war on terror" is a "mistake", putting too much emphasis on military force, Foreign Secretary David Miliband has said. Writing in the Guardian, Mr Miliband said the idea had unified disparate "terrorist groups" against the West. He said the right response to the threat was to champion law and human rights - not subordinate it.


Finally, the mice are crawling out of their holes

by Princess on

It's amazing how the same people who invented and coined the term terrorism, are beginning to realise how unhelpful this labelling has been - if the aim is to eliminate violence, that is -  but some gullible individuals who have never learned to think for themselves, keep insisting to keep their heads in the sand! Mind boggling!!



To Ostaad: SOON business as ususal

by Clairvoyant (not verified) on

Don't worry!

mullahs are safe and will not be harmed. They can safely kill as many people as they desire inside Iran and aslo build their bombs.


Even the poodles have realized they were conned by the neo-cons

by Ostaad on

Miliband's statement, "The more we lump terrorist
groups together and draw the battle lines as a simple binary struggle
between moderates and extremists, or good and evil, the more we play
into the hands of those seeking to unify groups with little in common." is the clearest refutation of what the Zionistas wanted to achieve, which was to "lump" all the groups THEY considered as terrorists together and thus unleash the military forces of the "coalition of the willing" lapdogs and war criminals, on the Arab/Muslim peoples of the ME.  Blair and Bush, among others, were suckered into this. Now they want to change course, but they are the ones who should answer for the mistakes and war crimes they committed while they clearly went against the wishes for majority of their constituents.