Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Syrians Killing Syrians Needs Our Help.

 

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     The latest American drive-by shooting, this time Syria, is being pushed forward at what can only be called indecent haste, no doubt this will be deliberate in an attempt to thwart any anti-war organisation by the people here in the West.  It all just goes to show what a sham our so called "democracy" is, when attacking another country can be done by a small group sitting in the marble halls of power, with no consultation with the people. This insane line of thought that Syrians killing Syrians can only be stopped by the West killing more Syrians, is so insanely bizarre, it defies classification. 
      Pampered millionaire Oxbridge Cameron, is showing a real thirst for blood. Flushed with his 2011 brutal Libyan "no-fly-zone", he is now more than eager to play his part, from the comfort of his office, in bring death and destruction to the suffering people of Syria. The consequences of this action will be felt for generations to come, just as the people of Iraq are still suffering from our  2003, bombing them into democracy.
Why We Should Oppose Any Attack On Syria.
      Desperate acts by unpopular regimes have the capacity to spiral out of control. And we’re not talking just talking about the Assad dictatorship in Syria but also the plans by the US and Britain to launch missile attacks on Damascus.
     As they build their surveillance states at home, while driving down living conditions of the majority, president Obama and prime minister Cameron are gambling on a diversion which could well backfire.
Polls show the majority of Americans and British citizens are opposed to military intervention in a brutal civil war. Iran and Russia are warning that attacks on Syria in response to alleged use of chemical weapons could further destabilise the region.
     With Putin’s Russia and Iran heavily committed to backing the Assad regime, any action by the US backed by Britain, France and Germany will have unpredictable consequences. Madness indeed.
While there is talk of re-calling parliament to give military action a democratic veneer, the ConDem government has already indicated that it “has to reserve the right to act immediately”. To that end, the National Security Committee is meeting tomorrow.
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Desperate acts by unpopular regimes have the capacity to spiral out of control. And we’re not talking just talking about the Assad dictatorship in Syria but also the plans by the US and Britain to launch missile attacks on Damascus.
As they build their surveillance states at home, while driving down living conditions of the majority, president Obama and prime minister Cameron are gambling on a diversion which could well backfire.
Polls show the majority of Americans and British citizens are opposed to military intervention in a brutal civil war. Iran and Russia are warning that attacks on Syria in response to alleged use of chemical weapons could further destabilise the region.
With Putin’s Russia and Iran heavily committed to backing the Assad regime, any action by the US backed by Britain, France and Germany will have unpredictable consequences. Madness indeed.
While there is talk of re-calling parliament to give military action a democratic veneer, the ConDem government has already indicated that it “has to reserve the right to act immediately”. To that end, the National Security Committee is meeting tomorrow.
- See more at: http://www.aworldtowin.net/blog/why-we-should-oppose-any-attack-on.html#sthash.s8bm0suq.dpuf
Desperate acts by unpopular regimes have the capacity to spiral out of control. And we’re not talking just talking about the Assad dictatorship in Syria but also the plans by the US and Britain to launch missile attacks on Damascus.
As they build their surveillance states at home, while driving down living conditions of the majority, president Obama and prime minister Cameron are gambling on a diversion which could well backfire.
Polls show the majority of Americans and British citizens are opposed to military intervention in a brutal civil war. Iran and Russia are warning that attacks on Syria in response to alleged use of chemical weapons could further destabilise the region.
With Putin’s Russia and Iran heavily committed to backing the Assad regime, any action by the US backed by Britain, France and Germany will have unpredictable consequences. Madness indeed.
While there is talk of re-calling parliament to give military action a democratic veneer, the ConDem government has already indicated that it “has to reserve the right to act immediately”. To that end, the National Security Committee is meeting tomorrow.
- See more at: http://www.aworldtowin.net/blog/why-we-should-oppose-any-attack-on.html#sthash.s8bm0suq.dpuf
Desperate acts by unpopular regimes have the capacity to spiral out of control. And we’re not talking just talking about the Assad dictatorship in Syria but also the plans by the US and Britain to launch missile attacks on Damascus.
As they build their surveillance states at home, while driving down living conditions of the majority, president Obama and prime minister Cameron are gambling on a diversion which could well backfire.
Polls show the majority of Americans and British citizens are opposed to military intervention in a brutal civil war. Iran and Russia are warning that attacks on Syria in response to alleged use of chemical weapons could further destabilise the region.
With Putin’s Russia and Iran heavily committed to backing the Assad regime, any action by the US backed by Britain, France and Germany will have unpredictable consequences. Madness indeed.
While there is talk of re-calling parliament to give military action a democratic veneer, the ConDem government has already indicated that it “has to reserve the right to act immediately”. To that end, the National Security Committee is meeting tomorrow.
- See more at: http://www.aworldtowin.net/blog/why-we-should-oppose-any-attack-on.html#sthash.s8bm0suq.dpuf

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