NATO WAR PROPAGANDA SEES OSBORNE’S BRITISH...MILITARY JUNTA CALL FOR THEIR OWN MILITARY RULE IN FOREIGN MILITARY ZONE IN ...SYRIA (06.09.2015)
I don’t think you could find a civilian in Britain who would publicly claim the Tory military junta tries to ‘protect’ any civilians in Britain.
The NATO military war propaganda roadshow with a ‘refugee crisis’ has many insurmountable hurdles in establishing a military zone in Syria, that could not be internationally recognized by anyone, ever, because it is only about NATO military rule.
osborne who combines an unusual mix of chemical liquid matter to masquerade as human, is only programmed to deliver scripted soundbites
European ‘political’ leaders are not just making themselves look stupid.
George Osborne has said that the refugee crisis must be dealt with “at source” by targeting both the “evil” Assad regime and Isis.
The Prime Minister called them “two enemies” of Syrians fleeing their homeland as he announced that Britain would take in thousands more refugees yesterday.
David Cameron said both parties were to blame for the “bloodbath” that has engulfed the country, killing more than 220,000 people and forcing 11 million to flee their homes.
The Chancellor spoke as calls grew among senior Conservatives to extend RAF air strikes against the terrorist group in Iraq over the border into neighbouring Syria.
In July, defence select committee chairman Julian Lewis warned the Government that it was impossible to intervene in Syria without involuntarily helping the Assad regime, Isis, or both.
Liam Fox, the former defence secretary, is among those supporting air strikes in Syria and has suggested the creation of an international safe zone within its borders where refugees could live in peace without risking their lives travelling to Europe.
The Tory Junta obviously face an insurmountable obstacle just claiming living under their military dictatorship could possibly be "living in peace".
The same article was later changed and lengthened under another name to include the French claim today that it was also considering air strikes in Syria.
George Osborne has given a strong signal that Britain will take part in military action in Syria as he warned that dealing with the escalating refugee crisis meant tackling President Bashar al-Assad’s “evil” regime.
The Chancellor’s hawkish comments coincided with reports that French President François Hollande is also considering military strikes in Syria and will announce further details in Paris this week.
There was speculation mounting in Whitehall that the Prime Minister could ask MPs to back enforcing a no-fly zone over Syria, as a way to protect ordinary citizens, rather than all-out strikes against Damascus.
On 5 September Le Monde quoted an unnamed “high level source” as saying that President Hollande is considering air strikes against Isis in Syria.
The French leader is expected to outline further details on 7 September.
Here's one Osborne's boss who is like him, really evil, came up with earlier:
"...Mr Cameron [current UK PM] today told Sky News' Sunday Live a future Tory government would [illegally use the entire apparatus of the violent corporate state to] take steps to have it [Parliament Square Peace Campaign] removed...
"...I am [not at] all for demonstrations [against NATO] but [and] my argument is `Enough is enough'."
In fact it was too much 'peace' that was not to their liking.
The entire lethally armed state apparatus lined up unquestioningly in their war against a very few law abiding civilians, so these war criminals do not protect law abiding civilians by any stretch of the imagination.
Le Monde quoted an unnamed "high level source" as saying that in the wake of the growing migrant crisis in Europe, President François Hollande was now considering sending French warplanes to attack Isil in Syria.
It said that Mr Hollande had discussed the possibility at a defence council meeting on Friday.
Government officials declined to comment on the report, saying that the president would express his views on the matter at a major ‘news’ conference on Monday.
The claim comes as David Cameron indicated that Britain’s plans to do the same could be abandoned if Jeremy Corbyn becomes Labour party leader.
Le Monde said that the exodus of Syrian refugees, the coalition’s failure to push back Isil, and the growing Russian military presence in Syria in support of the Assad regime had led France to consider new options
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