That Cameron would bomb the Syrian Army instead of ISIS was totally predictable

That Cameron would bomb the Syrian Army instead of ISIS was totally predictable, though not one British MP seems to have thought of it.

Compared to the Russians, the RAF’s efforts are insignificant and contemptible.

MPs should ask for daily reports on British bombing sorties.

Gordon Logan


Assad’s interview with The Sunday Times explains the Syrian viewpoint.  British bombing sorties are worse than useless.




8 Responses to “That Cameron would bomb the Syrian Army instead of ISIS was totally predictable”

  1. ian says:

    It’s all pantomime. Not one British politician would have the guts to stand alone against the ridicule of the Zionist media onslaught that would undoubtedly follow a revolt. To get as far as political mainstream, you have to conform or rebel within the allowable parameters. Those that spoke up against the gulf wars like David Kelly, and Robin Cook are testament to how rebels are treated.

  2. beLIEve says:

    Phuc Dat Bich

    “Apparently” some guy, in an alleged “contratemps” with facebook “real name” policy, invented this. …eye catching….. nom de plume…..
    and took the…..TALE…. to the media.

    BBC was one of the media outlets …”TAKEN IN”.

    Maybe, tap blog readers could think of “personages” more suited to the…… sobriquet ………..Phuc Dat Bich ?

    On the subject of……..knave Cameron…..a khazar bombing Syria….that, as we all know, is what the game is about.

  3. Lynn says:

    I hope they all get blown away…this has been a set up from day one.
    RAF gets shot down then they can blame Putin..what sick minds they have.

    • Aldous says:

      Lynn, even if they don’t get shot down, many of these pilots/servicemen and women will probably top themselves when their consciences inevitably kick in and they realise the criminal enormity of what they have done.

      The figures for US veterans committing suicide are truly horrendous, averaging 22 every single day. Those serving aren’t immune either, with their suicide rate averaging one per day.

      Lies may have speed but truth has endurance and their complicity in war criminality will eventually catch up with them and reduce their lifespan by Grim Reaper’s or their own hand or, degrade their quality of life in no small way where death is preferable to waking up – if they can sleep at all – to another nightmare of a day trying to come to terms with what they have done.

      22 veterans commit suicide each day: VA report
      Friday Feb 1, 2013 4:36 PM

  4. Lynn says:

    True Aldous…doing the dirty work for this gang raping Cabal is going to push any decent human being over the edge. Plus the shots they have given them and who knows what else. These filthy infiltrators have no soul.

  5. salty says:

    4000 aid packages from Russia to be distributed in Kassab town, Lattakia

    FRIDAY / 12 / 02 / 2016.

    Distribution of 4000 packages containing food and medical supplies in Kassab town started on Thursday.

    The packages, which are part of a Russian aid shipment, will be distributed to the town’s locals and displaced families coming from other provinces.

    In a statement to SANA, Lattakia Governor Ibrahim Khodr al-Salem said the aid arrived earlier today in Bassel al-Assad International Airport in Lattakia and will be distributed to beneficiaries in a number of provinces, including the eastern Deir Ezzor.

    He pointed out that work is being coordinated with local and international humanitarian organizations to deliver aid to those who need it in various Syrian areas.

    Earlier, a source at the Imperial Orthodox Palestine Society in Russia told SANA reporter in Moscow that two Russian aircrafts carrying on board 34 tons of food and medical supplies, in addition to children’s books and stationery, arrived in Bassel al-Assad Airport.

    In June, 2014, the Syrian army restored stability and security to Kassab town and its surroundings after eliminating large numbers of terrorists who came from across the Turkish border.

    M. al-Frieh/H. Said


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