United Kingdom is taking America to war, once again.
It is embarrassing for David Cameron to go to war against the United States as his country did in 1812. Then, The White House was burned down by the British. Now, the prime minister of Great Britain which gave the world Magna Carta in 1215 wants to teach a lesson or two having learned some lessons himself in 1776 in America and then in 1947 in India.
Cameron wants to take America to war, its self-righteous moral weapon of choice, to force America to adjust in the emerging world order, just as Britain had after World War II, if hard-earned liberty is to be preserved.
World War I has not ended yet. The allies in that war US, UK, France and Russia continue to be allied against Germany and Japan, two countries which have moved on from civilizational pretenses to an industrial focus, having shed all of their jingoism. Allied powers, since 1918 are steadily losing their industrial prowess, shifting attention to the security industrial complex from the military industrial complex.
P5 or the United Nations Permanent Security Council, UNSC, formed between 1945 and 1965 includes the World War I allies – US, UK, France and Russia – and the People’s Republic of China after Japanese occupation. Germany, averse to war and inflation, after Adolf Hilter destroyed it with fascism, is an uneasy member of any European war machine.
Violence can induce understanding when understanding does not dawn autonomously. Enlightenments and their reminders can be costly, whether that be France or Russia or Great Britain which has lost an empire but has learned enough retain its monarchy, albeit figuratively. Now, it is America’s turn to be met with violence if it does not denuclearize, because it harbors imperial pretensions, having lost its way in its pursuit of its manifest destiny of an empire of liberty (CNN’s Christiane Amanpour reports in an interview with Mohammad Javad Larijani – Secretary General of the High Council for Human Rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran – that Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has issued a fatwah on nuclear weapons of mass destruction, a welcome development if Iran and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, OSCE, can impose economic and trade sanctions on United States of America through the United Nations Security Council, UNSC, for nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945).
Drums of war can be silenced if Syria is left to affected neighbors. The multinational United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UNPKF) must be sent in to end Bashar al-Assad’s regime as during the wars between Egypt and Israel.
If the United States still wants to go to war against Iran in support of Israel, the geopolitical balance will shift: UK, France, Russia, China, Germany and Japan will isolate America once again, as is necessary, to denuclearize a country which has become a threat to the world, echoing the French sentiments of Dominique de Villepin, the French Foreign Minister during the run up to the Iraq war in 2003, and a swarming locust – the German reaction to the global financial crises since 1994.
America has no credibility in Afghanistan and must exit the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) operation.
Britain, the greatest empire builder in the history of civilization, is baiting America, a country which is no longer able to lead the world, by its Achilles’ Heel to save its legacy since William the Conqueror in 1066.