USA and UK: policy of the biggest fraud
Recent decades constitute a direct proof of wisdom that is as old as time: power players can afford to have everything, which is compatible with their understanding of this choice feasibility. They do not bother with either raising ethic issues or respecting international law. Good PR together with brainwashing is really all it takes to achieve the established objectives.
History offers numerous examples of that approach. The US and UK road to total world domination is littered with corpses of unwanted politicians and ruins of their states. All accusations against Saddam Hussein, Slobodan Milošević, and Muammar Gaddafi have turned out to be either false or baseless, but they served as the basis for military intervention in their countries with the tacit approval of a majority of the UN members. As a result, anarchy has reigned in these territories and no mentioned leader's case could come to the international court. Now, to all seeming, a similar fate awaits Syrian leader Bashar Assad. However, this has posed some difficulties.
It is well known that London's and Washington's efforts to enhance their hegemony are not limited to stove piping and charges that follow them. Control over allies, who are more or less dependent from the power players, plays an important role in that regard. Early last year, the US and UK representatives in NATO requested the Secretary General of NATO to exert influence on other members of the Alliance just prior to the UN vote on such sensitive issue for London as the Chagos Archipelago.
A confidential letter to NATO leadership
An annex to the letter
In fact, the meeting of the UN General Assembly was staged with the aim to postpone the transfer of the Chagos Archipelago to Mauritius. And after that, is it worth dealing seriously with this organization? Moreover; is it worth taking these countries' leaders seriously if they are ruled by Washington and London, ignoring international law and interests of own voters, forgetting to care about own international image?