The Truth about Goats
In this season of peace and love, it is not just turkeys who are getting chestnuts rammed up their jacksie and a Hakim cruise missile down their chimney. This year the UK has merrily ignored Amnesty’s list of those who are ‘naughty and nice’; gifting Saudi Arabia with £3bn of arms, legitimacy and a lump of coal.
As Theresa May is quick to remind us this week, Christians should not be afraid to speak about their ‘faith’ in the workplace – except when they are illegally selling arms to corrupt regimes. Also with thousands of children dying from hunger in Yemen, it is not surprising that the Mrs May is referred to as Saudi Arabia’s ‘little helper’.
A Foreign Office diplomat explained; ‘Bombing impoverished countries is not just for Christmas – we’ll be doing it all year round. Remember, its good will to all men and good cull to all Yemen. And just like our arms industry we’ll be wishing for a white-washed Christmas.’
With three million people displaced and 14 million at risk of hunger, the UK will have their work cut out providing a Paveway Guided Bomb for ‘every boy and girl’. While Mrs May insisted that Human Rights Watch best not peak on Christmas Eve, just in case they spy Santa dropping BL-755 cluster bombs from his sleigh.