The bedraggled and endless stream of migrants heading for Europe. The hideous savagery of the executions carried out by ISIS. The announcement this week by David Cameron that two British jihadis have been killed in Syria by an RAF drone. These tumultuous events that cause us such alarm in the West can all be traced back to a single factor: the propensity of the West in recent years to intervene militarily in the affairs of other nations. All the targets of this intervention were small Muslim states, as Western leaders concerned themselves with countries that had, in their view, offended international peace and order, as well as standards of good behaviour towards their own people. The bedraggled and endless stream of migrants heading for Europe. The hideous savagery of the executions carried out by ISIS. The announcement this week by David Cameron that two British jihadis have been killed in Syria by an RAF drone It usually started in the form of charitable aid and exhortation, but quickly moved on to economic sanctions and eventually to military aggression. The trend began in the Nineties, and we soon became so engrossed in military meddling that the turn of the 21st century… Read full this story
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Fatal addiction to meddling: From the migrant crisis to the Afghan fiasco - for which Sgt Blackman's the fall guy - the West's 'humanitarian' wars have ended in disaster. Will our messianic leaders ever learn? have 260 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at September 11, 2015. This is cached page on Technology Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.