Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Unwanted and unloved

Cameron was today deciding to recall parliament to decide what to do about the Syrians gassing each other, apparently WMD's are a big no, no in Cameron's eyes and he feels obliged to do something despite it being absolutely none of our business.
Any intervention in Syria would not be about the conflict itself but preventing the use of chemical weapons by any regime, David Cameron said today, stressing no decisions about British involvement have been made.
The Prime Minister said there was never 100% certainty or a single piece of irrefutable evidence but said the world had agreed almost a century ago chemical weapons should not be used.
Decisions about British involvement have not been taken, he said, adding Parliament was the "right place to set out all of the arguments". He said action must be "proportionate, have to be legal, would have to specifically be about deterring the use of chemical weapons".
Mr Cameron said any action had to be legal, proportionate and a deterrent to the future use of such weapons.
He added: "Let me stress to people, this is not about getting involved in a Middle Eastern war or changing our stance in Syria, or going further into that conflict. It's about chemical weapons. Their use is wrong and the world should not stand idly by."
How on earth he imagines we can stop whichever faction in Syria is using the damned things is anyone's guess, take a look at Iraq to see the last attempts to try to use WMD's as an excuse.
I somehow feel that Cameron believes going in there might make him popular with his muslim pets at home despite all evidence to the contrary that they'd butcher him in a second given the chance as this young naive lady found out...

What is happening in Syria is a civil war between muslim factions and is absolutely none of our business. Our only business should be selling both sides arms to butcher each other. They are not our allies, they most definitely aren't our friends, now or ever, they are loyal to their family, their tribe and their abomination of a prophet and his barbaric god. The are not loyal to a country, they are not loyal to anyone who is not a muslim.
Sura 9:29 Fight against such of those who have been given the Scripture as believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, and forbid not that which Allah hath forbidden by His messenger, and follow not the Religion of Truth, until they pay the tribute readily, being brought low. 
In other words they are obliged to fight us until we pay them protection money and we live by their sufferance.
That's why Cameron is playing with fire and that's why there's no place for islam in a civilised society.

2 annotations:

James Higham said...

Tis true. Blogosphere's close to unanimous.

Anonymous said...

"This is not about getting involved in a Middle Eastern war"

Except that is exactly what he`s proposing,a war that is none of our damn business,and while Assad may be a nasty bit of work would cameron prefer to see Syria ruled by some hardcore anti western islamic group?
TBH i hope Assad wins this thing if the example of Iraq is any thing to go by.