Stop The War’s Most Outrageous Claim Yet: Britain “No Less Sociopathic” Than ISIS

Just when you thought Stop the War couldn’t get any more insane, this article emerges. Headlined “Sociopaths united: the West versus ISIS is a marriage made in hell”, it was posted on Stop the War’s website last year. It begins by arguing that Britain and America are “no less sociopathic” than ISIS:

“Beneath the veneer of humanitarianism, the United States, Britain and their allies are no less sociopathic than the enemies they propose to ‘hunt down’ and eliminate.”

Errr… what?

It goes on to accuse the British and American governments of exaggerating the threat posed by ISIS:

“Both governments have deliberately and shamelessly magnified the threat that IS poses, with barely a trace of nuance or analysis, and presented the snuff videos as prima facie evidence of a psychopathic ‘death cult’”

Tell that to the victims of the Paris and Tunisia attacks.

The article then repeats the original premise, concluding that the western “Imperium” are “no less sociopathic” than ISIS:

“they have demonstrated once again, that beneath the veneer of humanitarianism, the Imperium and its allies are no less sociopathic than the enemies they propose to ‘hunt down’ and eliminate, and that ‘terrorist propaganda’ can help the state as much as the terrorist.”

How long before this article is taken down from the Stop the War website?




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