Thursday, September 27, 2012

WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT CAMERON AND SYRIA


Small audience for Cameron

Citing a report by the 'CIA-run' charity Save the Children, the UK Prime Monster David Cameron told UN delegates:

‘If anyone was in any doubt about the horrors that Assad has inflicted on his people, just look at the evidence published this week.'

David Cameron at UN: Russia and China have blood of Syrian children on their hands.

Here are all the comments so far at the Daily Mail website:

Is it any wonder that people feel such contempt for Cameron. 

He seldom misses an opportunity to say something untrue, unwise, tactless and undiplomatic, or quite stupid - and sometimes all of those together.

- Herbert Thornton , Victoria Canada, Canada, 27/9/2012 02:06

 Rating 97

Syria has 250 mercenaries locked up, caught on the beaches unloading their weapons and stores ... now who paid for them ? 

The sooner Assad takes back control of his country the sooner the people will stop getting caught in the cross fire... and anyway, isn't it UN law NOT to cause "Regime Change ?" 

It looks like Cameron wants to have "blood on his hands".

- JonO , England, United Kingdom, 27/9/2012 01:53

Rating 97

No Russia and China are doing the right thing - staying out of it and minding their own business.

- Some random person , Somewhere, 27/9/2012 01:53

 Rating 124

Cameron is so worrird about Syria that kids have been killed. What about Iraq and Afghanstan? You and your so called friends in the USA - liars. 

Bring back our troops... 

- gulraiz malik , smethwick, 27/9/2012 01:47

Rating 51

Dangerous words Cameron, especially in the light of evidence now being revealed linking these, so called, "Freedom Fighters" to atrocities, not just in Syria but also in Libya and Egypt. 

I have the feeling history will not treat you kindly. 

Your Foreign Secretary's, Non-Lethal aid to these thugs seems to be killing an awful lot of people....

- gafas65 , Malaga, 27/9/2012 01:37

Rating 111

He should keep his mouth shut; other wise we will be caught up in some trouble with them

- jackie johns 1 , london, 27/9/2012 01:29

Rating 61

I blame Cameron for the 60,000 civilians dead from NATO bombing in Libya.


- H.A.A.R.P , UK, United Kingdom, 27/9/2012 01:23

Rating 78

Mr Cameron you are getting out of your depth.

- Jim2012 , Rochester, 27/9/2012 01:14

Rating 105

Amazing how politicians can easily forget about their own Blood on their hands , perhaps it helps them sleep better. 

Weren't Cameron and Hague the people who so readily bent over for the Arab Oil sheiks and supported a bunch of Islamic Fundamentalists in regime change in Libya?. 

I seem to keep seeing how these fundamentalists are ethnically cleansing Black Africans in Libya, destroying Ancient world heritage sites in Timbuktu and using North Africa as an Al Quaeda forward operating base. 

Was it not Cameron who preaches democracy yet shuts his eyes when the Oil Sheiks in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Bahrain oppress one ethnic group over the other.

- atencorps , manchester, 27/9/2012 01:12

Rating 84

The Syrian rebels are killing just as many innocent civilians as the other side. It's THEIR war, not ours. Let them fight it out.

- Hannah , Amsterdam, 27/9/2012 01:11

Rating 84

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Its interesting that you mention "Save the Children" (and "World Vision"). Both operations have expensive-looking ads running in German cable TV, and there have been glamorous events to introduce both orgs as something respectable to society here. This has been going on for some time, as in 3-4 years. And "Save the Children" is the newcomer.

CS said...

Talking of warmongers and the consequences, did you see that for every one of the 6000 US soldier killed in the War for Global Hegemony, 25 are reported to have committed suicide for a total death toll of 156,000.

 
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