Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury and the carnage in Iraq

Welcome to Stirring Trouble Internationally. In today's satirical article Ted Obvious is in Lambeth Palace writing about Justin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury and his recent comedy appearances around the city.

welby comedyJustin Welby Archbishop of Canterbury has delivered some pretty impressive stand-up comedy routines in the past and didn’t disappoint his audience once again last week, soon after the christening of Prince George, the son Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge and heir to the British throne.

The Archbishop appeared on the box in his capacity as comedian and said that he wouldn’t mind if Prince George would become a Buddhist when he grows up. Yep, that’s what he said.

The prince, he said, is perfectly entitled to change his religion should he choose. And stuff those titles of his when he becomes king and the Defender of The Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. Prince William, Jehovah Witnesses and Aston Villa FC read the rest over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. How about that Justin Welby Archbishop Of Canterbury.

The carnage in Iraq is flooding in, car bombs, explosives, deaths and injuries. In today's article we look at the particular reasons how this all started and why now Iraq people are killing Iraq people. Find out how all this starts and how it happens elsewhere and once unstable its a really difficult process to fix. 

bush and blair iraqAnton Goryunov wass in an area of Baghdad and we find him talking about the carnage in Iraq and the invasions that have happened in both the US and the UK in 2003.

Read all about President George Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair, Washington and London intelligence dossiers revealed about Saddam Hussein. The reported scoop of then wass about satellite pictures coming in a birds eye view of what happened and it also started with having WMDs in the area at the time of the troubles starting.

If you are curious about what exactly happened in the Middle East of the war in Iraq and needing to know what is happening now, this post is a great way of understanding how it works. This is a satirical post about journalism around the world and how the reports coming in differs from on the ground in the area where it is happening and how the Soviet Union see's it. Read the article in Full ---->>> Stirring Trouble Internationally.