posted on Aug, 30 2013 @ 12:07 PM
I was very pleasantly surprised that The House of Commons voted against Mr Cameron's case for military intervention in Syria.
It amazed me to see democracy showing evidence of scruples and that certain lobbyists did not get their way this time.
Mr Galloway has made some good points here. I take my hat off to The House on this occasion and it is very refreshing.
I honestly thought it was just a case of Mr Cameron being backed and war tomorrow. This is good news.
The rebels behaviour is barbaric, probably worse than Assad's behaviour. How could we back such a faction as that? It is a futile pursuit for the UK
or the U.S to go dropping bombs in Syria. What could that ever achieve? One only has to examine what is happening still in Iraq; there are bombings
almost on a daily basis and that state is in total disarray. This is a clear result of what we in the U S and UK did.
Why should U S Marines have to have their blood spilt yet again in a far away place when there is no threat to the US or the UK as it stands?
Syria needs to learn its own lesson. I wish we would all just leave them alone and let them see that their behaviour will only destroy themselves.
I also do not understand why Israel are so desperate to oust Assad. It was better for them to have him keep some order there. I think it is an old
score being settled because he dared to engage them in battle.
Israel is less safe today than it was before the Syrian civil war.
People in the western states are making their feelings felt that they do not want to be involved in constant military conflicts that are really not
I hate wars because I know they are deliberately created by people for reasons of power and that ALWAYS hurt civilians most of all. We get to die for
their power games. Enough of that!
edit on 30-8-2013 by Revolution9 because: spelling.