Tuesday, November 11, 2014

The Dogs of (World) War (I)

"The Armistice [of 11/11/1918] ended four years of bloodshed and heartache across Europe, the Middle East and Eurasia." (Today's Herald editorial: Remembrance Day: complacency is our enemy)

Right, and then the BritZ and the French unleashed those two savage mongrels, the Sykes-Picot Agreement (1916) and the Balfour Declaration (1917), on a war-ravaged Middle East.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What would the Sydney Morning Herald know?

WW1 was the begining of the chaos and bloodshed, not the end, for the Middle East and all those sucked into the imbroglio.

To think that my family lost a member at Gallipoli on ANZAC day for the [then hidden] repellent objectives of Zionism, makes me sick.

That 'we' are still fighting to uphold this monumental injustice is just plain stupid.