Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Cameron backs down on urgent Syria strikes

Hands off Syria!                     Hands off Syria!                             Hands off Syria!

 

 

David Cameron backed down and agreed to delay a military attack on Syria following a growing revolt over the UK's rushed response to the crisis on Wednesday night.
  The Prime Minister has now said he will wait for a report by United Nations weapons inspectors before seeking the approval of MPs for “direct British involvement” in the Syrian intervention.
Senior sources had previously suggested that Britain would take part in strikes as soon as this weekend which meant an emergency recall of Parliament was necessary on Thursday.
 
However, following Labour threatening not to support the action and senior military figures expressing concerns over the wisdom of the mission, the Prime Minister on Wednesday night agreed to put British involvement on hold.

The climbdown is likely to be seen as an embarrassment for Mr Cameron as he was determined to play a leading role in British military strikes, which had been expected this weekend.

Cameron had better stick to his word and delay this, indefinitely.

Don't miss two previous posts from today
1st: US/UK/ Israel ally AQ ready to punish Assad for alleged chemical attack
2nd : Is the strike on Syria imminent? Evacuated Damascus, oil prices & UN Fail!

12 comments:

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    1. Is there disorder in the house? Some doubts, some factions? A psyop buildup to war and then the peace prize prez slows it down? The rubber band technique? Stretch and release. I don't know. It would give us some time. Maybe giving us hope right up to the last minute? I'm having a hard time getting into that psychopath state of mind to figure out how this is going to go down.

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    2. I hear what you are saying Kenny
      I am actually thinking Israeli false flag?
      and then the axis of evil get what they want?

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  2. There must be a further development planned by the Hidden Hand.

    They would not advance their plan this far to be so poorly exposed.

    They and their determination should not be underestimated.

    Keep the updates coming Penny - excellent work.

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  3. Penny,
    I don't trust cameron to live up to anything he says.

    Another pic of British troops doing lazer work for sub missle strike. http://21stcenturywire.com/2013/08/28/british-sas-troops-already-deployed-in-syria-ahead-of-parliamentary-vote-on-thursday/

    They just march into a country, set up shop and decide what they plan on blowing away! Have a very hard time dealing with this kind of mentality. I want to scream Who the Hell do you Think You Are?
    Sure couldn't and wouldn't attempt this in certain countries, that's for sure.

    I wish for the day the whole kit and kabootle of zionist scum get exposed and drawn and quartered.
    Twitter is alive with protests scheduled for 8-31 Worldwide they say. Different groups are tweeting their own protest. Admirable, but since when did they listen. That's why cameron's word is mud to me, he only said it, I think, to get ppl off his rear. They're all liars.

    Darn, I can't pull weeds in the dark.
    karin

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  4. Reguardless of any evidence, the strike will come. It's only a question of when. The empire has it's plans, and they will be carried out. World and national opinion be damned.

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  5. This is a Crosstalk chat about Syria well worth a look.

    Penny I think you and the Saker have a lot in common re comment and style you may like to add him to your list of favaorite blogs

    Cheers
    KamNam

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  6. Penny

    At headlined at Jewish run Yahoo news right earlier this evening (which represents rightwing zionism):

    "Obama lays out case for 'tailored' strike against Syria: PBS

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama made the case on Wednesday for a limited military strike against Syria to deter the future use of chemical weapons, but added he had not made a decision yet on whether to take action. Obama's administration has spent the past week discussing how to…
    Reuters"

    "UK's Cameron forced to delay strike against Syria

    By Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron was forced on Wednesday to push back his plans for an imminent military strike against Syria in a humiliating climb-down for Britain's leader after coming under fierce domestic and international pressure. Just a day after recalling…
    Reuters"

    "Survivors describe horrors of suspected gas attack

    BEIRUT (AP) — The early-morning barrage against rebel-held areas around the Syrian capital immediately seemed different this time: The rockets made a strange, whistling noise.
    Associated Press"

    "First Person: At Least Now, America Must Sit on Syria's Sidelines

    As the United States considers its military options against the Syrian government, Yahoo News invited service members and veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns to share whether they believe American action in Syria is appropriate. Here's one perspective.
    Yahoo! Contributor Network"

    Two days ago, it was "tora tora tora", yesterday, I noticed the zio-puppets were careful to stress they didn't want to affect Syria very much, no regime change, no "Iraq war", just do a "little strike". It is almost like they are begging people to not condemn them and allow the freaks a "little fun". Today, that aspect seems to have increased. It seems the zionazis are really trying to play down their planned war crimes, unlike a few days ago when they sounded so sure.

    I should stress this does not mean they are backing off. It could mean they still fear a public reaction to their war crimes at home (outside Israeli dungheap, I mean) and need more time to "talk the plebes into it" (they are still something like 90% against it). It could mean the news of the UN preliminary info has had an effect. It could mean they fear the web response - before, they just prevented real news getting to the people, now they cant do this nearly as well. It could mean Syria's allies putting pressure behind the scenes on Israel and its quislings had an effect.

    But.

    It could also mean the zionazis could attack at any minute and these stories of hesitancy are just a way to get Syria and their allies to drop their guard some. The zionazis attack from surprise, and they pride themselves on their ability to hit the weakest factors while attacking from surprise.

    When the zionazis attacked South Ossetia (2008), using their Georgian quisling, they used deception and surprise. For several weeks up until the zionazis invaded South Ossetia, they had been conducting sporadic shelling and other terrorism across the border. The night of the initial attack, they had their Georgian quisling get on Georgian media and tell South Ossetians he was going to stop that and that he wanted to be friends. He wanted real relations, negotiations, etc. all the warm and fuzzy stuff. Hours later, the sods attacked and killed hundreds within a very few hours.

    This is how Jewish zionists conduct war. Exactly like nazis. So when one sees zionist proxies talking moderation, one should be even more wary than when the sods are brazen.

    вот так

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  7. House of Commons to "vote" thursday. Obama to brief Congress thursday... These headlines are also in the news.

    It was a thursday night on which the zionazis attacked South Ossetia. Not many pay attention to the news from friday till monday morning in the zionised, totally dumbed down west.

    вот так

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  8. #Syria Mother Agnes raises critical questions re death of children in 'rebel' held area Where did kids come from? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCCBnnHgfs&feature=c4-overview&list=UUvtTGZEcS8mbWdB7prg4QNw

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  9. 'The Green Shadow Cabinet is alarmed by reports that the United States is planning an imminent military attack on Syria, and implores the Obama administration to refrain from an action that at best would be illegal, unconstitutional and immoral, and at worst, would result in catastrophic consequences.'
    The United Kingdom has submitted a resolution to the UN Security Council. It has been established since Nuremberg that attacking another country without UN approval is “the supreme international crime.” The Obama administration will be violating international law if it acts without a vote by the UN in support of military intervention.
    http://greenshadowcabinet.us/statements/dont-attack-syria
    nice to see the word 'Nuremberg' getting a rare outing in these end days

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  10. Thanks everyone for all the comments
    greatly appreciated
    Kam Nam: Is that Vineyard Saker? you are referencing
    and the cross talk? I don't know what that is?
    there is no link?
    can you clarify
    and btw good to see you back too! :)

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