UK SUNDAY EXPRESS TRIES TO COVER-UP CAMERON IS NOT UNDER 'US MILITARY COMMAND' AS NATO’S SAS 'ISLAMIC STATE' MERCENARY IN SYRIA (04.08.2015)
I think most people have always known the cross dressing that goes on in the closets of Westminster Village that encompasses the Faustian pact between Turkey & Kurds who are both allied with the US.
Cameron & Co are not however going to pop out of some telephone box one day dressed as Superman and so on.
The Sunday Express cover-up reminds even me of all manner of British undercover cross dressers masquerading as 'peace campaigners' with the British regime's 'Democracy Village' that was sent to try and smash our civilian resistance to NATO from 2010 until early 2012.
The British regime inevitably 'refined' their globally renowned reputation for underhand lying through an unelected old crone on the throne viciously saying god gave her some unknown 'right' to try and lay claim to one sixth of the world's land mass to slaughter any civilians she could make money from.
In legal terms, the decent and civilized law abiding majority of the human race recognize still continuing colonialism is Genocide.
the fake 'islamic state' have always been nato's mercenaries
BRITISH Special Forces are mounting hit and run raids against Islamic State deep inside eastern Syria dressed as insurgent fighters, the Sunday Express can reveal.
The unorthodox tactic, which is seeing SAS units dressed in black and flying ISIS flags, has been likened to the methods used by the Long Range Desert Group against Rommel's forces during the Second World War.
More than 120 members belonging to the elite regiment are currently in the war-torn country on operation Shader, tasked with destroying IS equipment and munitions which insurgents constantly move to avoid Coalition air strikes.
It comes just days after David Cameron gave "carte blanche" for the SAS and SBS to target IS leaders as part of the Government's "broad spectrum" response to the murder of 30 British tourists by ISIS gunman Seifeddine Rezgui in the Tunisian beach resort of Sousse.
Though the Prime Minister is being kept informed, senior military sources last night told the Sunday Express that he would not be required to "green light" every mission.
Instead the teams, part of a force known as the Coalition Joint Special Operations Task Force, are under American command.
Dubbed "smash" the units, which travel in civilian pick-ups, can even launch their own unmanned aerial vehicles, or mini-drones, to scan terrain ahead of them and pinpoint IS forces.
Using a US-developed programme, the UAVs camera system can identify any known High Value Target, digitally transmitting the information as it happens to analysts on the ground.
They are being supported by more than 250 specialists, who provide additional communications support.
Operating in small groups, the units reveal their coordinates to RAF and coalition air forces and are assigned a "kill box" - an area which will not be attacked by air while they are operating there.
Last week an additional 20 SAS soldiers flew into Saudi Arabia to prepare a training system in which the UK will instruct hundreds of members of the Syrian Moderate Opposition, as part of efforts by David Cameron to seek a support by Labour and the SNP on air strikes over Syria.
In March, defence secretary Michael Fallon met with the US Commander of the Combined Joint Task Force Lt General James Terry and the UK Deputy Commander Major General Bob Bruce In Kuwait.
During talks, Mr. Fallon reaffirmed the UK's intention to contribute to a US-led programme to train the Syrian Moderate Opposition at training sites across the Middle East.
He said: "ISIL must be defeated in both Iraq and Syria. Our actions and surveillance capabilities are freeing up other countries to strike in Syria.
"I reiterated today that Britain intends to contribute to the coalition's training of moderate Syrian opposition".
Last week former head of the British Army General Lord Richards said he belived IS would not be vanquished without a concerted effort on the ground, adding "tanks will roll."
Speaking to the Sunday Express last night a senior military source said: "Essentially, this is what we call penny packet operations - small individual incursions which hopefully join up to create tangible results. The view here is long - it's about finding and engaging targets, yes, but it's also about assessing infrastructure and identifying where ISIS is hidings its equipment in order to set the conditions for a potentially larger, future engagement. "
The extremely cowardly NATO propaganda flies under the far from legal cover of an unknown 'source'.
The 'source' soundbite is then linked to the still blatantly dishonest claim the British regime can avoid legal responsibility for their actions by claiming they are acting under the 'command' of the US military.
The purpose of the obvious war propaganda is to try and provoke a number of responses.
A High Court jury could only conclude that the only reason for the UK regime to try and hide behind the US military command's 'Khorasan' lie is because the UK regime know they have no legal grounds to invade Syria.
The British regime have not however even tried to send off an Article 5 'Khorasan' lie to the UN.
That is evidence the British regime know they obviously cannot even begin to claim they fly under the US lie, which still would not get them far in trying to get off the legal hook, because the UK is part of the European legal system.
The true legal position that is vexing NATO in Europe, is the British regime cannot begin to try and rely on the US and their lies, to try and invade Syria.
It would actually be impossible for the British Parliament to conduct a 'vote' on whether they accepted a letter the US wrote to the UN, as legal grounds for the UK to invade Syria.
In fact, it is unprecedented for a British Prime Minister to try and distance himself from legal responsibility for military actions, in the manner in which Cameron is trying to ...run from all legal accountability.
The US & Turkey are desperate to get their European NATO 'allies' on board for an invasion of Syria, so the Sunday Express war propaganda is trying to progress that agenda for British corporate politics.
What I have personally learned over many years is this:
What NATO et al do not want is a British Parliamentary 'vote' to be scuppered (for example) by any legal challenge behind the scenes which would (as we have learned ourselves, through our forcing the repeal of legislation) eventually have huge legal implications including beyond Britain.
The continual attempts to squeeze civilians out of access to courts of law involving juries of civilians is confined to far narrower parameters than people are led to believe.
It is only necessary to discount all the war propaganda published through all 'news' media (which is at best horse-trading between competing interests) while recognizing that 'organizations' like the United Nations and their 'resolutions' (which also at best reflect horse-trading between competing interests) do not have any special legal authority over and above civilians.
When one is liberated from the clutter of false idolatry, the path is cleared.
Horse-trading between competing 'interests' has nothing whatsoever to do with the commonsense logic of the law abiding majority of humanity's civilian society's rule of law.
One solution to stop war is actually civilians using civilian juries in (for example) the British High Court to do civilian society's rule of law (which has nothing to do with corporate legislation) which brings what is really a law abiding majority of civilians together.
It is a slam dunk that the British regime do not have a 'recognized defence in law' where they could claim before any High Court jury in a court of law, that they 'reasonably believed' UN resolution 1441 authorized the British regime to unilaterally act on behalf of the UN to invade Iraq.
The UK regime tried to buy time by bringing numerous incredibly tortuous 'proceedings' against our civilian resistance, to essentially illegally deny our access to legal representation on April 15th 2011, in the Court of Appeal in the UK (which would shut us out of UK courts ... and juries at that time) before the UN illegally 'voted' for a 'resolution' on April 17th 2011 over Libya.
The British regime were so desperate to avoid a counterclaim we then managed to bring against them in 2011, that they repealed legislation referred to above, that nevertheless does not stop that counterclaim and other claims.
On December 6th 2012, the British regime bizarrely asked me through a High Court Master if £1 million pounds might possibly shut my mouth (which was not the first financial or other 'offer' that had been or would be made), which I declined because it would obviously not help stop their illegal wars and save civilian lives.
It's not like the entire apparatus of the lawless UK State could claim they just 'overlooked' it is necessary to first be able to produce legal grounds that can be argued in courts of law, before waging illegal wars.
The war on Syria started four years ago and the British regime are all out of excuses over the obvious absence of any legal grounds in those four years that could give any 'green light' to their military to join any invasion of Syria.