posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 08:09 AM
Notice they always say these things will be done 2-3 years in the future? Why not now, when they are still in power and can be held accountable,
rather than a few years down the line when they will likely be the opposition party and no longer in power! It's all a big game of bait and
switch. Always has been, always will be.
You really have to take everything with a pinch of salt. Mali for instance, went from being a couple of transports for France - NO BOOTS ON THE
GROUND - to a couple of transports and a spyplane - NO BOOTS ON THE GROUND - to a couple of transports, a spyplane, a few military trainers and
advisors and a few hundred troops for other operations! All in the space of a few days! How they manage to stand there and spout all this with a
straight face is baffling and something they must practice for years.
So, why not get rid of the SAS? After all, like the regular forces, they have become nothing more than government enforcers on behalf of the banks
and corporations, and are NOT there to protect this country and it's people. In fact, quite the opposite, as it is the blowback from their shady
operations that puts the rest of us ordinary people in danger from retaliation. But hey, war is good for business!