THE WILDHEARTS' GINGER Offers Iraq Solution

Frontman Ginger of the British band THE WILDHEARTS has issued yet another message condemning President George Bush over his foreign policy and the possibility of the U.S. waging war on Iraq. It reads as follows:

"I believe that to make this world work efficiently we need to unify and act as a world, and not as America and the rest of the planet. A world united by being human and having equal rights as such. A world where America is proud of its power and ability to financially intervene in problems of world economy, instead of cocky. War will alienate America (or The United States Of America, for the anally retentive) from the rest of the World if Bush is allowed to fly in the face of the UN. America will be seen as Mike Tyson, a force to be feared, and feared only. That has worked for them in the past, but is anything actually working any more efficiently because of this gung-ho habit? Or is it all getting worse? And could it get worse still? How could it get worse? I/you don't even want to think what a unified Middle East could do in the name of their justice, and who else they could rope into the party. Attacking a wasp nest because you got stung by one is an act of pure anger, and anger begets anger.

"Habits can kill you and breaking them can make you stronger, and this applies to every force on this planet. So what do we do? Opinionating, listening, digesting agreeing/disagreeing will all help us move forward towards something that we really share, as opposed to endure. The fact is you must have an opinion. Your opinion.

"Here's my plan, for what it's worth: arrest Saddam under force of the UN (and have the cunt dry fucked up the arse every morning, noon and night until death by drowning in a vat of jism), sack Bush in favour of someone pro-life, and bring Blair back home where he can do something about the state of the NHS, the homeless problem and a host of other things that need to be done.

"Sounds as good as any idea I've heard yet. Let's face it, we're all guessing here.

"This wasp nest does not need to be annoyed. American and British soldiers need not die for this cause. War is not needed with a unified UN and an allied World Union. And that means the World including America, because no matter how powerful America (or USA, arsewipe) is, it still has one thing in common with the rest of us.

"It's full of humans.

"We can only wait and see. And hope that things get better, because they really shouldn't be this way. Maybe that's the meaning of life, and the reason we are on this planet. The thing that links all forces of nature and phenomenon beyond our comprehension/belief.

"We are meant to get smarter."

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