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Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby miltiades » Thu Dec 03, 2015 5:38 am

British Parliament overwhelmingly backs airstrikes against " Islamic state" in Syria.

From the start of this dreadful war that has so far killed more than 250 thousand men women and children and caused the outflow of millions of refugees I was against western involvement in what I saw as a Syrian internal problem that best was left to Syrians to sort out.

Daesh did not exist 4-5 years ago, Russia was not involved militarily, and the prospects of a catastrophic WW3 were not discussed or even mentioned.

Bashar Al- Assad ruled Syria with an iron fist much the same as his late father did years before him.

Russia is right in throwing her support behind the Syrian government, the West is WRONG in insisting on the removal of Assad and placating Turkey who opposes Assad. That Assad is a dictator is not disputed by anyone,

The west now faces a threat from the Savages by the name of Daesh or Islamic militants. Medieval barbarians driven to commit the most hideous crimes by a warped and thoroughly sick religious ideology.

Any action against these savages has my full support and its now time for the West to abandon it's demands on Assad's departure.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Get Real! » Thu Dec 03, 2015 12:31 pm

Now that Russia has decimated ISIS, the criminal West is scrambling to take a pea shot at ISIS to declare victory! :lol:
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Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 03, 2015 12:40 pm

if the russian and american airforce has not defeated isil the crappy 8 uk jets aint gona make any difference. but they will of course kill innocent civilians. what bunch of wankers, to vote with a fuckin fascists. benn will be turning in his grave. what a cunt his son turned out to be.
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Postby tsukoui » Thu Dec 03, 2015 1:09 pm

Once again "White" people fail to understand that it is their racism which forces those torn between "White" and "Black" to sink into a collective psychosis and death cult. They think bombing people who already have no faith in anything other than death will solve the problem. I appreciate why Cypriots want to be "White" the alternative of psychosis is too terrible to contemplate.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby miltiades » Thu Dec 03, 2015 1:49 pm

The religious savages have no place on earth, the quicker they are dispatched to meet their maker the better for civilization.

These medieval barbarians have to be exterminated for the sake of all decent Muslims.
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Dec 03, 2015 3:22 pm

Get Real! wrote:Now that Russia has decimated ISIS, the criminal West is scrambling to take a pea shot at ISIS to declare victory! :lol:


No they are destroying Syrian infrastructure! Just heard it on the news Britain bombed Syrian well heads. :roll:
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Get Real! » Thu Dec 03, 2015 3:39 pm

US-led coalition not striking ISIS oil trucks despite evidence
https://www.rt.com/news/324336-isis-oil ... coalition/

Turkey's Push to Create New Ottoman Empire 'Blowing Up in its Own Face'
http://sputniknews.com/world/20151203/1 ... daesh.html

Turkey and Russia Halt Negotiations Over Turkish Stream
http://sputniknews.com/business/2015120 ... -halt.html
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Get Real! » Thu Dec 03, 2015 3:40 pm

yialousa1971 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Now that Russia has decimated ISIS, the criminal West is scrambling to take a pea shot at ISIS to declare victory! :lol:


No they are destroying Syrian infrastructure! Just heard it on the news Britain bombed Syrian well heads. :roll:

I wouldn't be surprised... a criminal knows no other way.
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Postby yialousa1971 » Thu Dec 03, 2015 4:10 pm

Britain Launches Naked Aggression on Syria

by Stephen Lendman

Britain is a longstanding US imperial partner, involved in virtually all its wars of aggression - four post-9/11.

It’s been covertly bombing Syrian targets jointly with US warplanes since last year, along with Israel, France, Canada and Australia - on the phony pretext of combating ISIS.

Now it’s official after parliament voted 397 to 223 for war (a nearly two-thirds majority), following nearly a half-day debate - dozens of Labour and Lib Dem MPs joining with hawkish Torries.

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn’s strong opposition didn’t help. In response to the vote, he twittered: “I have argued, and will continue to do so, that we should re-double our efforts to secure a diplomatic and political end to the conflict in Syria.”

“British service men and women will now be in harm’s way and the loss of innocent lives is sadly almost inevitable.”

Corbyn’s shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn disgracefully supported Prime Minister David Cameron’s rage for war - naked aggression against Syria and its people already begun. More on this below.

Ignoring Cameron’s real objective, Benn said “(w)e must now confront this evil. It is now time for us to do our bit in Syria.”

He knows full well Britain’s involvement is naked aggression on sovereign Syria, its infrastructure, other government targets, perhaps military ones to follow, and its entire population, suffering hugely since Obama illegally declared war in March 2011, using ISIS and other takfiri terrorists as imperial foot soldiers, supplemented since last year by US air power and now growing numbers of special forces on the ground.

US, UK, French, Canadian, Israeli and Australian military operations (with Germany posed to join them) are flagrantly illegal - conducted without Security Council authorization.

Russia’s campaign fully complies with international law - following Assad’s request for help in battling terrorism, focusing solely on ISIS and other takfiri targets throughout the country, scrupulously avoiding civilian casualties - polar opposite how Washington and coalition partners operate, killing more noncombatants than militants in all their wars.

Perhaps worse than ever horrors afflicting long-suffering Syrians is now underway - Cameron openly partnering with Obama’s aggression, along with other coalition partners - on the phony pretext of combating terrorism.

Hypocrisy and endless wars of aggression define Obama’s legacy. Since taking office in January 2009, he broke every major promise made, domestic and geopolitical - notably on US Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia policy, pledging hope, change, peace, democratic values, “a new era of openness,” and willingness to engage virtually all world heads of state diplomatically.

Instead he delivered confrontation with Moscow and Beijing, along with endless imperial wars, from day one in office to now, raging in multiple theaters, about to be escalated in Syria - perhaps Iran, Russia and China to follow, during his tenure or his successor’s.

The threat of another global war is greater than any time since the late 1930s - today’s super-weapons making ones used in that era look like toys.

Hours after Britain’s parliament approved war on Syria, four Cyprus-based Royal Air Force Tornadoes joined with US warplanes, launching lawless airstrikes, hitting no ISIS targets. Britain’s Defense Ministry withheld information on sites struck.

Obama issued a statement, saying “(w)e look forward to having British forces flying with the coalition over Syria, and will work to integrate them into our coalition air-tasking orders as quickly as possible.”

Russia alone is waging real war on terrorism. Washington and coalition partners represent pure evil - enemies of world peace and stability.

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond issued an ominous statement, saying “(a)irstrikes alone will not finish ISIL,” suggesting a Western ground campaign to come.

Perhaps all-out US-led war will follow - aiming to replace Assad with a pro-Western puppet, why Obama launched war in the first place.

Russia’s effective intervention changed things dramatically, clashing with Washington’s imperial objectives.

Could Syria become a flashpoint for US-Moscow confrontation, risking the unthinkable, possible nuclear war ahead?

http://sjlendman.blogspot.com.au/2015/1 ... on-on.html
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Re: Syria airstrikes: Cameron wins vote by majority of 174

Postby Lordo » Thu Dec 03, 2015 4:52 pm

listen to this you stupid old fool to a human with conviction.

https://www.facebook.com/Mhairi.Black.SNP/videos/784073008388831/
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