A Trojan horse – Quite – note the Telegraph front page today ( below ) … MK butterfly adjacent to the “britain prepares for war” headline.
Given the lack of capacity in our armed forces any UK intervention would be negligible however “being at war” would allow traitor Cameron and his crony cabinet to cement their dictatorship and roll out a totallitarian paramilitary police state. Thus escaping all accountability for the international paedophile rings and banking criminals they appear to be protecting.
Dannat’s proposal ( Telegraph article ) makes no sense militarily as it would have no immediate effect on what we are told is an ISIS terrorist problem demanding urgent solutions. Is he that stupid ? What his real motive for those statements ?
Telegraph today contains much in the way of treasonous pro war propaganda from maggots such as Liam Fox but very notable is the call by Former Chief of the General Staff Dannat which parrots the plans of fmr MI6 boss Sawers to ” train an army of Syrian refugees” to overthrow Assad. excerpts follow
“The time is right for the Prime Minister to go back to the Commons to ask for a mandate to extend the operations of the RAF over Syria ”
Decent people recognise that President Bashar al-Assad has forfeited the right to continue in office in Syria, but his support and his troops are needed now. His fate can be decided later. In the short term, the Syrian army has a key role to play against Isil.
Here in the UK, the time is right for the Prime Minister to go back to the Commons to ask for a mandate to extend the operations of the RAF over Syria. Some say that a few extra aircraft would be meaningless. They are wrong. Those aircraft would make not only a valuable contribution to the air campaign, but of even greater importance would be the message sent that the UK is fully committed to the defeat of Isil.
Is Dannat an idiot ? Even if his genius plans were fulfilled how long would it take to train and equip these refugees ? when would they be an effective force against ISIS ?
Hasn’t that type of policy already failed ?
British troops head to Saudi Arabia to train Syrian rebels …
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21 Jul 2015 – The mission will mean Britain is training Syrian moderate rebel fighters in four countries, including Turkey, Qatar and Jordan. Overall 85 British …
Britain sends 85 troops to train Syria rebels – Telegraph
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16 May 2015 – The British Army is joining a US-led effort to train 5000 Syrian insurgents a year in camps in Turkey and Jordan. … set out to contribute around 85 military personnel to US-led efforts to train the moderate Syrian opposition.”.
British military will train Syrian moderates, says Michael Fallon
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26 Mar 2015 – Britain is to provide military training to “Syrian moderate opposition … to support the moderate Syrian opposition, will take place in Turkey.
“Sir Robert John Sawers GCMG (born 26 July 1955) is a formerBritish diplomat and senior civil servant. He was Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), a position he had held from November 2009 until November 2014.
Sawers supported the Chief of the Defence Staff General Sir David Richards in drawing up plans to train and equip a Syrian rebel army of 100,000 to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, as an alternative option to the government’s plan for limited direct military involvement. The plans were rejected by the National Security Council as too ambitious. Ultimately on 29 August 2013, parliament refused to support the government’s plan to participate in military strikes against the Syrian government.
Sawers announced his intention to stand down from chief of the Secret Intelligence Service by November 2014, the fifth anniversary of his appointment. He was replaced by Alex Younger.
Already Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG), he was appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG) in the 2015 New Year Honours for services to national security.”