Strange times …

There’s nothing strange about me commending former UK diplomat and fellow dissident blogger Craig Murray. He currently has an article about the US Congress being fed lies in support of an attack on Syria.

Israel has repeatedly been involved in the Syrian civil war, carrying out a number of illegal bombings and missile strikes over many months.  This absolutely illegal activity by Israel- which has killed a great many civilians, including children – has brought no condemnation at all from the West.  Israel has now provided “intelligence” to the United States designed to allow the United States to join in with Israel’s bombing and missile campaign.

The answer to the Troodos Conundrum is simple.  Troodos did not pick up the intercepts because they do not exist.  Mossad fabricated them.  John Kerry’s “evidence” is the shabbiest of tricks.  More children may now be blown to pieces by massive American missile blasts.  It is nothing to do with humanitarian intervention.  It is, yet again, the USA acting at the behest of Israel.

They are certainly strange times when I find myself agreeing with posts by Conservative John Redwood and when the cheese-eating surrender monkeys support war. Even Obama is making some sense. What’s the World coming to?

I know about the French – quell surprise – and their disgusting fabulous cuisine and wines, stripy jumpers, Mobylettes and minimalist plumbing. Oh yes, I’ve ridden a motorcycle down the Champs-Élysées and through a lot of disgustingly very beautiful countryside actually. I can even speak a little French really badly and have had very faltering conversations. [They even charge you for sitting down.] Scum.

Anyway, back to the point. It’s much more than only Syria and there should be no involvement in Syria’s internal affairs. There is no way that use of chemical weapons can be attributed correctly with certainty to Assad’s government.

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