Britain readies to bomb Syria – in response to own false flag poison attack

UK gathers warplanes, military hardware in Cyprus base near Syria

“Warplanes and military transporters” have reportedly been moved to Britain’s Akrotiri airbase in Cyprus in the latest sign of the allied forces’ preparations for a military strike on Syria amid bellicose rhetoric against the Syrian government.
Two commercial pilots who regularly fly from Larnaca, Cyprus, claim to have spotted C-130 transport planes from their own aircraft and small formations of possibly European fighter jets from their radar screens, according to the Guardian.

Akrotiri airbase is less than 100 miles from Syria, making it a likely hub for a bombing campaign. Residents near the airfield confirmed to the Guardian that “activity there has been much higher than normal over the past 48 hours.” 

The upsurge in flight activity has been denied by a spokesman for Britain’s airbases in Cyprus, Reuters reported, also citing Cyprus’s Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides as saying that he doubted the airbases would be used if Western powers did take action against Syria.   
I have the impression that the British bases won’t play any primary role… because they are not needed, but we will have to see,” Kasoulides told Cypriot state radio. 

Downing Street says armed forces are drawing up contingency plans for military action in Syria, Reuters reported.

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3 Responses to “Britain readies to bomb Syria – in response to own false flag poison attack”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Best of luck to Assad, I hope the Syrians realise it is the Elite who are wanting to kill them for the oil and gas pipeline, not the normal people. God be with you !!

  2. Wish13 says:

    They use pictures of dead children to get popular support for this action, yet will most likely also bomb schools and hospitals (soft targets) as well as military and strategic targets (as they did in Iraq). How will this ‘help’ the civilians, and especially the children? When this occurs, the photos will be vetted to suit themselves as usual. This is their last attempt at trying to create their Armageddon – desperation, as their days are numbered.

    Have the general public already forgotten the Iraqi WMDs that couldn’t be found, and yet despicable Blair & Bush (amongst others) still shouted their war cry.

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