From Victory to Victory
Meanwhile, in Afghanistan, the mission to expunge non-Saudi Islamic extremism grows ever more accomplished. Britain's Head Boy fought the 2010 election with a promise to withdraw all UK troops, and made a unilateral declaration of fulfilment three years later when he had withdrawn a few of them. A "support mission" of four hundred and fifty remained behind to instruct the lesser breeds in law and order and, no doubt, in the rudiments of clean and honest public service and the humane treatment of prisoners. In order to bring the region up to speed with his promises for the mainland, Britain's Head Boy has now decided to decrease our hardly-military-at-all-really presence to the tune of minus fifty, and to keep it there until next year. In accordance with the famous Bullingdon sense of responsibility, he has extruded a spokesbeing to blame everything on NATO, that famous force for good whose idea of collective security since the fall of the Berlin Wall appears to consist mainly in poking Russia with a sharp stick. Nevertheless, it still remains unclear when Britain's victorious sovereignty-zealots intend launching their campaign for the Kingdom's military independence.