WAR CRIMES ALERT: UK STOP THE WAR COALITION APOLOGISTS FOR GENOCIDE, CLAIM ‘WAR IS A POLITICAL QUESTION’ & DENY SYRIA’S LAWFUL RIGHT TO DEFEND ITSELF (02.10.2015)
The British regime are notorious around the world for dishonestly lecturing everyone else they are not ‘allowed’ to defend themselves in any way from the Genocidal British regime, because the British regime pretend civilian society’s rule of law doesn’t exist.
The whole 'Russia in Syria' meme is being dishonestly used to try & disguise the reality that it is the Syrian government who are lawfully ‘allowed’ to defend Syria with help from those they choose.
...i have always been clear: the 'apologists for genocide' in british 'politics' are subverting civilian society's rule of law and politics.
The truly, truly evil UK Stop the War Coalition are publishing what is criminal war propaganda, dishonestly claiming war is a ‘political question’ to try and disguise that Britain commits Genocide by ignoring civilian society’s rule of law.
Of course the main reason for civilians turning away from ‘politics’ is because the British Parliament are to the last one a bunch of lying, thieving, mass murdering scum who have no respect for and ignore civilian society’s rule of law that exists to protect life.
In fact the UK STWC are far from 'impartial' in illegally actively trying to undermine and overthrow the Syrian government with their and the Labour unions open public support for NATO's 'Free Syria Army' mercenary terrorists.
For the avoidance of any doubt the lawless public position of the apologists for Genocide at UK Stop the War Coalition is:
ONE OF the main reasons for disillusionment with mainstream politics has been the denial of democracy [the primary denial of civilian society's rule of law results in the secondary denial of democracy] that was the vote by parliament to take Britain into the Iraq War.
in fact uk stwc & unions support nato's mercenary 'free syria army' terrorists [corbyn's 'victory' rally in parliament square on september 12th 2015 was organized by the unions and fsa]
[In fact the entire British Parliament et al knew that there was no 'right' to even 'vote' let alone to invade Iraq 'on behalf' of UN resolution 1441...
...the only actual problem is being illegally denied access to a High Court jury to stop war and shut down the criminal war propaganda of the likes of STWC]
The Labour party conference has passed a resolution opposing the bombing of Syria [the STWC Coalition claim Russia is illegally 'attacking' Syria] unless a number of stringent conditions are met. These include unequivocal UN authorisation for such a bombing, attempts at diplomatic solutions to the crisis, and proper provision for refugees from Syria.
Stop the War would oppose UK military intervention with or without a UN resolution (look at the consequences of UN authorised wars in Afghanistan and Libya). The Labour resolution sets the bar for intervention very high, but that may change with Russia now bombing Syria [their suggestion is that syria is not allowed to defend itself].
Stop the War is against Russia's attacks on Syria. We think they should stop immediately. And we would welcome less hypocrisy from those who have supported US and allied bombing over the last year.
[The 'Russians' as part of the infamous UNSC five 'permanent members [for arms manufacturers really] which was created with Middle East Wars in mind, who try and co-opt all countries and civilian populations into one of those five 'sides' are fronting the UNSC cleaning up their terrorism 'failures' in Syria]
It is unlikely that all of the conditions agreed by the Labour party conference will be met when David Cameron urges parliament to vote for bombing. However, it seems that a number of Labour MPs will vote with Cameron in defiance of party policy.
They will do so because they have learnt none of the lessons from previous interventions, including the bombing of Libya that is today a source of ISIS support and weaponry, as well as the starting point of many refugees.
They will maintain a wilful ignorance about the fact that bombing of ISIS has been carried out for over a year, including covertly and illegally by British pilots and drones. They will ignore all the evidence that previous interventions have increased the threat of terrorism, not diminished it.
Some of them will also vote in favour of bombing, not out of any particular conviction but because they want to embarrass and defeat Labour’s new leader, Jeremy Corbyn.
Jeremy’s position is unambiguous, repeated in his leader’s speech this week: he is not abandoning his lifelong commitment to opposing war and nuclear weapons. So some on the right of the party will join the Tories in voting for bombing in order to ensure the motion is carried.
The call by some, including left-winger John McDonnell, for Labour MPs to have a free vote on this matter, will only encourage more of them to vote with the Tories.
...the entire british regime support nato's 'free syria army' mercenary terrorists
For right wing Labour MPs to defy both conference policy and a party whip is harder than for them to vote according to their ‘conscience’.
War is not an issue of conscience, but a political question. [it is actually matter of who is flouting civilian society’s rule] There are a number of people who oppose wars in principle. But there is no principle involved in supporting wars regardless of circumstances or outcomes [dishonestly conflating the lawful right to defend as ’support’ for war]. To pretend that it is so is to impute much more lofty motives to a whole number of the MPs who routinely vote for war.
Instead they should respect the mandate that Jeremy has won, not least because of his longstanding opposition to the Iraq war and his promise to apologise for it [no-one has any 'right' to claim anyone can get away with an 'apology' for genocide which is the worst crime known to humanity]
...apologists for genocide, the worst crime known to humanity
Perhaps MPs of all parties should also reflect that one of the main reasons for disillusionment with mainstream politics has been the denial of democracy that was the vote to take us into Iraq.
Source: Stop the War Coalition
Of course what the British Parliament and their many toadies like the UK Stop the War Coalition should really do, is first and foremost respect and uphold civilian society’s rule of law.
It is the denial of all law that gives succour to the evil Genocidal British regime and their many apologists.
Please note: Our long-standing civilian resistance that began on June 2nd 2001 is not a 'news' media outlet. We only publish information to help save civilian lives.