“The sly deception, the slimy deceits of the British government are revealed by their actions in bombing Saddam’s palace,” says Dr. Rodney Shakespeare.
The UK government’s unlimited support for Saudi Arabia, as the source of Daesh, shows that British foreign policy is controlled by Zionists who ultimately seek to expand the Israeli entity through war and instability, a British scholar and political analyst says.
Dr. Rodney Shakespeare made the remarks while discussing the UK’s recent contributions to the international military efforts against Daesh.
The UK Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday that two Tornado warplanes from the Royal Air Force have recently attacked one of Iraq’s former dictator Saddam Hussein’s palaces in the country’s northern city of Mosul, as part of a multinational squadron tasked with destroying the Daesh-controlled mansion.
“The sly deception, the slimy deceits of the British government are revealed by their actions in bombing Saddam’s palace,” Shakespeare told Press TV on Wednesday.
The academic went on to lay out in detail the British government’s hypocritical fight against Daesh while supporting Saudi Arabia, as the “source” of Daesh radicalism.
Britain “is doing that in particular by backing the source of Daesh or ISIL, which is Takfiri Wahhabism that is heart of evil pouring out of Saudi Arabia.”
He further explained his points by saying the London government’s policy in dealing with Daesh ultimately ensures the terror group’s existence and serves its Zionist leaders in Israel.
“British policy is governed by the Zionism and so is American policy and the object of the policy is to smash up Syria into parts, to smash up Iraq into parts,” Shakespeare argued.
“Biblical Israel extended into a large part of Syria and right across the river Euphrates in Iraq and the Zionists… remember Israel is not a state, it is an expanding entity with no borders,” the analyst said, adding that more chaos would allow the Tel Aviv regime expand.
Saudi Arabia’s ongoing war against Yemeni people which is made possible by British weaponry was another example of the UK’s double-standards in fighting terrorism, according to Shakespeare.
About 10,000 people have been killed in the military months-long aggression, according to Yemeni sources.
The kingdom is also assisting Bahrain’s ruling monarchs with a heavy-handed crackdown on a popular uprising; a move that Shakespeare said was part of a Saudi-Israeli mutual agreement to suppress democracy in the Middle East.
(Source / 03.08.2016)