The Therapy Sessions
Saturday, January 03, 2004
'EU could have averted war'
A politically united Europe could have prevented the war on Iraq, according to European Union Commission President Romano Prodi, quoted in an interview published on Friday in the Italian daily La Repubblica.
"If Europe had been present and united, I believe, we would not have seen the war on Iraq," Prodi said, adding "Then we would have managed to find a solution to preserve the peace."
These Europeans are precious: so ignorant of their own decadence and amorality.
If only they could have "preserved" Saddam's peace! As if there was a chance of that anyway!
Saddam (like Stalin) killed more people and caused more misery in "peace" than he ever did in war (5,000 dead a month - every month - during the "peaceful" nineties, by the UN's own count).
The Europeans still naively believe that there is nothing worse than war.
The mass graves of Iraq say otherwise.