One of the worst decisions in modern history was the decision to go to war with Iraq. It was a war which had no end game. The fight would last for the next eight years and cost the lives of over 100,000 soldiers, one million civilians, and an estimated $2 trillion dollars. The reason this happened was because of the following quote by Tony Blair, “For me the two most important questions were ‘what would Saddam do next?’ and ‘what is his pattern of behaviour?’ I concluded he was developing weapons of mass destruction in order to inflict terrible damage on his neighbours, starting with Israel.”
Was it because Tony Blaire believed that the world needed to be saved from its problems? Did he fear for humanity and was this the root of his evil? No, it was because he wanted to see people believe in a utopia. He did not want people to die in wars. He wanted them to live in a utopian world where there was no need for wars. It’s as simple as that.
People do not always know that they want to live in a utopia. But they do know that they don’t want to die in a war. So people like Blair believe that if they say the world is going to hell in a handcart then people will stop caring about the atrocities taking place. War must stop so that people can focus on building a utopian world. People don’t want to die, they want to live in a world where the idea of war is not something that is experienced.
The human condition is to be happy. People are constantly told that the world is evil, so people should not be surprised when they experience the atrocities that happen in this world. People know that they are not going to die, so the most natural thing for them to do is to avoid death. But, the problem with this is that if you can avoid death then there is no need to seek a solution to it. So, people like Tony Blair believe that people
The war in Iraq was started by Tony Blair, who is now on trial for war crimes. This blog post examines his personal and political motives for the war. As well as the other problems with the war. A quote from his trial says it all: “As for the sort of damage he [Blair] caused to the world, you can’t judge that until you’ve seen the full extent of it”.
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