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Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Are you certain?

The MSM are salivating over pronouncements that the PM and his lapdog of a foreign secretary are considering taking action against the president of Syria and his armed forces. I keep reading sound bites such as “The Syrian government forces are most likely to have used chemical weapons against the rebel forces”.

Two questions I’d like to ask:

Q1. What would the government gain?

Q2. What would the rebels gain?

A1. Nothing. They were sweeping back the rebels. Why would they need to resort to chemical weapons and invite the Ire of the civilised world?

A2. Everything. The Free Syrian Army is not as we are led to believe, a single entity fighting for freedom from the tyranny of he Assad regime. Instead they are a disparate group of factions that include jihadists that are fanatical Al Quaeda followers, that have no compunction in sacrificing civilians, in their cause to spread Islam across the globe.

Just remember 9/11.

Even in the MSM, it has been stated that Government bases have been overrun at times. Could nerve gas weapons have been “liberated” by the rebels?

My take is that, the fanatical Jihadist, would have no compunction on using chemical weapons on an innocent population in order to further the cause of a world wide caliphate.

I would suggest that that the government should stand back, await for positive proof before committing any of our armed forces personnel.

But I’m not expecting that to happen. Over the last two decades all I see is idiots in Government, using war to enhance their status as defenders of the free world.

Tossers the lot of them.

British service personnel may die, and we will stoke up the fires of Jihadism.

I maybe wrong. You tell me.


  1. No, Nik. You're logical & sane.

  2. I think it's oil. Syria is Iran's only ally, and the mullahs nationalised the oilfields in 1978.

    No more allies, hostile Sunni regime in Damascus, oil war in Iran. And kickbacks to politicians from BP/Total/Exxon-Mobil.

  3. All you say is reasonable. We need more proof of who is using the chemical weapons. Need to be glad they are not biological.


  4. Item 3 video of a mortar

  5. If you want to get anorakky about whiz-bangery in Syria then Brown Moses is the place

    As it stands - a complete f*cking mess - "they" are hosing resources into Cyprus at the moment - what "they" hope to achieve is unclear. The track record of intervention isn't exactly littered with resounding success stories.

    1. The postings on that B-M blogspot have kept me intrigued all day. Thanx for the link.

    2. You're welcome - in terms of the fog of war and all that - even after keeping up with this stuff a little bit - I don't actually care for either side - wingnut testosterone addled fuckwits the lot of 'em. I feel some sorrow for the fate of the rational men, the women, & children though - just goes to show what a toxic brew religion and politics can become.

      Cyprus is the spot to watch. There's some absolutely ghastly creeps lurking around there - one does wonder what the EU kommissars are up to down there too.

      Throwing Tommy Atkins in isn't I suspect going to make much difference on the ground - the hatred is just too deep. Will keep BAe Systems et al share price up though.

  6. Access to oil and other mineral resources is undoubtedly partly behind American intentions. But their economy is not recovering, despite the published figures. They need the boost the conflict will give to their military-industrial "engine" - considerations about lives lost are secondary.

  7. Masterly inaction is called for but it won't happen as there is an agenda.

  8. Got to agree with @Joe Public, you Nik are taking a completely sane and logical view. No doubt Teflon Tony (is he still "Middle East Peace Envoy"?) will sort it. Got to go, some people dressed in white coats at the door.....

    1. Libya, Tunisia, Egypt, Syria. I don't suppose he'll get a Performance Related Bonus any time soon.

      According to WikiP:-
      "A Freedom of Information request by The Sunday Times in 2012 revealed that Blair's government considered knighting Syria's President Bashar al-Assad."

  9. Report for reeducation at your local reeducation center.


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