28 Aug 2013

The colonial stepping-stone to Syria comes into service.

We know how long the attack on Syria has been in the planning
The Slog: Five months on from the anal gang-banging of Cyprus, the reasons for having done it remain multivariate but increasingly clear. The piece reproduced below is from March 23rd this year, and contains the following words:
‘…What very few people do for starters is just look where the hell Cyprus is. As you can see from this map, it is a long way east of Rhodes. That country it appears to be pointing a finger at is Syria. Just after that comes Iraq and Iran. A spit and a throw to the north is Erdogan-run Turkey. Every one of these countries is in one form or another the victim (willing or otherwise) of Islamist advance….I don’t think Barack Obama was in the region to talk about peace. He was doing the “I’m here to remind you all that I’m keeping a beady eye on this shit”.’
In the late hours of last night CET, Warplanes and military transporters have begun arriving at Britain’s locally protested colonial Akrotiri airbase on Cyprus, less than 100 miles from the Syrian coast, in a sign of increasing preparations for a military strike against the Assad regime in Syria.
“We want a UN inspection,” warbles the William Hague regime, “But if we get one, our American allies will say it’ll be meaningless, so I’ll agree with them – thus contradicting what I told everyone six days ago. And I’ll slip them free use of our loathed colonial Cypriot base….
without asking for anything in return, because I’m still ToryBoyum Consultantfukwiticas. God Bless Yorkshire and America”.
So all those being asked to make a sacrifice here at home, prepare for Stage One of the Armageddon Show….yet another UK appearance somewhere we don’t need to be and can’t afford to be, in support of “allies” that don’t give a toss what the ramifications for us will be.
Hague and Cameron are running the most amateur-night foreign policy since Michael Foot’s commitment to Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament.

Edited by WD

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