- There are no words… Â ignorance and stupidity motivate this pandering cocksucker…
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In a strikingly self-critical speech, the Foreign Secretary admitted the invasion had damaged Britain’s standing by leaving a legacy of ‘bitterness, distrust and resentment’ across the Muslim world.
David Miliband admitted that London’s interventions from the Crusades and colonialism to the invasion of Iraq had created distrust in many countries, with the latter war causing “a sense of bitterness, distrust and resentment”.
Although he did not apologise for supporting the invasion of Iraq,Â he said that for centuries relations between Europe and the Islamic world had been characterised by ‘conquest, conflict, and colonialism’.
Speaking to the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, he said: ‘Decisions taken many years ago in King Charles Street [the Foreign Office] are still felt on the landscape of the Middle East and South Asia.
‘Ruined crusader castles remain as poignant monuments to the religious violence of the Middle Ages. Lines drawn on maps by colonial powers were succeeded, amongst other things, by the failure -it has to be said not just ours – to establish two states in Palestine.
‘More recently, the invasion of Iraq, and its aftermath, aroused a sense of bitterness, distrust and resentment. When people hear about Britain, too often they think of these things.’