Compensation to innocent civilians

The British Government likes to portray itself as fair and justify its actions however unnecessary and disgraceful. In order to salvage some form of respectability for conducting illegal war it sought to pay compensation to victims caught up in exchanges involving British troops. Casualties are mounting and suffering intensifying, but payments are out of the window.
Day by day it becomes clearer that threats to our way of life and well being come not from the “enemy”. Neoconservatives in US invoked the idea of “terrorist”, and in league with hugely wealthy and powerful private corporations they look after their own interests. Who’s paying? Well not them. It’s being reclaimed in huge profits from rising fuel and food costs and paid for those least able to meet the endless demand. Among their shareholders don’t be surprised to see some eminent names, including those who have taken us into battle in the first place.

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