FRENCH PM MANUEL VALLS TELLS CNN HE WILL ADDRESS PARLIAMENT NEXT TUESDAY TO ANNOUNCE ‘OBJECTIVES’ [NOT LEGAL GROUNDS] OF PROMISED SYRIA AIR STRIKES (10.09.2015)
The French PM did the whole very tired let's all go to war on Syria spiel to camera for the well known war monger Christiane Amanpour.
The idea that lawless NATO regimes can just throw civilian society's rule of law out the window, to point lethal weapons at other universally recognized sovereign governments to get them to do what they want, has really, really, really, had it's day.
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The whole NATO war propaganda machine is way beyond a universal disgrace that is well past it's use by date.
The French Prime Minister did not of course announce that he had any legal grounds to address the French Parliament over violating a sovereign country with lethal weapons, because of course as we have seen, none of the NATO regimes have.
No doubt Valls hopes no-one will be thinking about legal grounds after European 'leaders' have their soiree over their completely concocted 'refugee crisis' roadshow that did not just happen to hit the war propaganda headlines by co-incidence.
These 'politicians' go beyond just insulting people's intelligence when all they ever have on their minds is plotting more war on civilian populations.
The NATO regimes are just savages.
They have no concept of the very simple beauty of life.
(CNN)France will soon launch air strikes in Syria, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls told CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday, saying the refugee crisis "cannot be solved just by receiving them."
"At the moment there are millions of Syrians who are displaced. There are refugee camps -- in Lebanon, in Jordan, in Turkey -- receiving 4 to 5 million Syrians. And we're not going to receive 4 to 5 million Syrians, so the problem has to be dealt with at source," he said through an interpreter.
"These are very difficult subjects. And of course, in Syria, so long as we haven't found a political solution; so long as we haven't destroyed this terrorist group, Islamic State; so long as we haven't got rid of Bashar Assad; we will not find a solution."
France began flying reconnaissance missions over Syria this week, and Valls said he would appear before the country's Parliament next Tuesday to announce "the objectives of France and that there will be strikes."
With a view to bringing an end to the more than four-year-long war, Valls said France is in talks with Russia and that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani would be visiting Paris "in a few weeks."
"Russia supports the regime of Bashar Assad. But it also wants to find a political solution. And anyway, there will not be any political solution without a dialogue with all of the parties who directly or indirectly are involved with Syria."
"So this dialogue is essential in order to find a political solution."
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