Have a cup of wake up… We are not the good guys.

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I see that the Cunt Cameron has been forced to quieten the war drums slightly. With so much evidence available to indicate that President Assad of Syria did not launch a chemical attack on his own people, the cunt has been forced to wait for the results of a UN chemical weapons report.

Make no fucking mistake what so ever. That mad cunt knows exactly who is responsible for the CW attack. Those responsible are the very same fucking people that the Cunt has been backing for over a year.

And now it seems, in order to up the anti, there are utterly ridiculous reports coming out of Syria stating that Assad is now using Napalm on his people.

No doubt it will be Anthrax next… What a fucking load of shit.

Napalm?

The Americans certainly liked to use it on the Vietnamese people.

Would Assad use it? I doubt it very fucking much.

But if the Cunt Cameron is going to condemn the use of  phosphorous bombs, then let him condemn the vile, shit stirring Israeli government who are forever using them to bomb the innocent men, women and children living on the Gaza Strip.

Get this right in your fucking heads. The UK and USA governments want Assad out, because their puppet masters want Assad out so as they can rape Syria for all its worth.

The UK, USA and Israeli governments are not the good guys. They are mental cunts.

Disregarding the fact that Assad has not used CW or Napalm on his people, our vermin government couldn’t give two fucks whether he had or not.

They are playing on peoples crass stupidity.

I don’t remember our government going all gung-ho when genocide is committed in Africa.

Cameron, Hague, Obama, Clinton and the rest of the corporate puppets are a disease.

They need curing… And quick.

As for that vile, sick, twisted, war warmongering, psychopathic, paedophile rapist cunt Tony Blair… His tongue wants  fucking cutting out.

GET FUCKING ANGRY PEOPLE.

By all means, lets go to war.

But not against Syria.

Our governments have got to fucking go.

They will get us all fucking killed.

Monsters.

 

Cameron forced to put Syria airstrike on hold: PM concedes vote on military action should await UN chemical weapons report

  • Parliament recalled tomorrow to consider response to Syria atrocity
  • MPs to be asked to agree principle that military action may be justified
  • Protesters demonstrate near Downing St against Western intervention

By MARK DUELL

PUBLISHED: 21:16, 28 August 2013 | UPDATED: 22:48, 28 August 2013

 

Important discussions: Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled Parliament tomorrowImportant discussions: Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled Parliament tomorrow

David Cameron was tonight forced to concede that a vote on UK military action in Syria should await a report by United Nations inspectors on the use of chemical weapons.

The Prime Minister has recalled Parliament tomorrow to consider the response to the use of chemical weapons by Bashar Assad’s regime.

MPs will now be asked to agree the principle that military action may be justified in response.

It comes as protesters gathered outside Downing Street with banners to protest against Western intervention in Syria, chanting slogans such as ‘Hands off Syria’ and ‘Cut War Not Welfare’.

Organisers said they intended to lobby MPs who have been called back to Parliament. They will also be staging a rally against intervention at Trafalgar Square in Central London on Saturday.

Mr Cameron accepted that a second vote allowing direct British military involvement would be necessary in the face of pressure from Labour and rebel MPs, opposition sources said.

Labour leader Ed Miliband indicated he would oppose the Government in the Commons unless the inspectors were allowed to finish their work.

Downing Street said Mr Cameron was determined to act in a consensual way and had never ruled out a second vote although he believed it would be ‘difficult’.

The motion which he will present in the Commons states that the UN Security Council should consider a briefing from the inspectors and seek to agree a resolution on military strikes against Syria.

However, ministers have conceded this was unlikely given Russian and Chinese opposition.

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Talks: Mr Cameron chaired a meeting of the National Security Council at Downing Street earlier today before the recall of Parliament tomorrowTalks: Mr Cameron chaired a meeting of the National Security Council at Downing Street earlier today before the recall of Parliament tomorrow

Demonstration: Activists block Whitehall near the junction with Downing Street during an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflictDemonstration: Activists block Whitehall near the junction with Downing Street during an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflict

Listening: Protesters hear from Diane Abbot MP at a Stop the War Coalition demonstration at Downing Street Listening: Protesters hear from Diane Abbot MP at a Stop the War Coalition demonstration at Downing Street

 

Crucially, it states: ‘Before any direct British involvement in such action a further vote of the House of Commons will take place.’

Labour said the Prime Minister had committed a U-turn on the need for a second vote 90 minutes after being informed of Mr Miliband’s stance.

 

 

A number of Government backbenchers have also expressed concerns about the prospect of UK involvement in the complex and bloody civil war in Syria.

A senior Labour source said: ‘We will continue to scrutinise this motion, but at 5.15pm, David Cameron totally ruled out a second vote; an hour-and-a-half later he changed his mind.

‘Ed was determined to do the right thing. It has taken Labour forcing a vote to force the Government to do the right thing.’

UN convoy tours sites of alleged gas attacks in Syria

 

Diane Abbott MP attends an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflict in Whitehall, London
Activists block Whitehall near the junction with Downing Street

Lending her support: Diane Abbott MP (left) attends an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflict in Whitehall, London. Another protester is seen (right)

'Hands off': People take part in a protest organised by the Stop the War coalition calling for no military attack‘Hands off’: People take part in a protest organised by the Stop the War coalition calling for no military attack

 

A senior No 10 source said: ‘This is obviously a fluid and fast-moving situation.The Prime Minister has been trying to be consensual all along. This motion is designed to be consensual.

‘This country is bruised by what happened over Iraq. We want to be clear about what we think needs to be done but it needs to be done on a consensual basis.’

‘Ed (Miliband) was determined to do the right thing. It has taken Labour forcing a vote to force the Government to do the right thing’

Senior Labour source

 

The source denied that the Prime Minister told Mr Miliband a second vote was out of the question.

‘The Prime Minister made clear that it was difficult but he did not say there’s no chance of a second vote,’ he said.

Pressed on whether Mr Cameron had requested the recall because he wanted MPs to vote directly on possible military action, the source said: ‘The Prime Minister has released the motion he has put out.’

Downing Street insisted that the Prime Minister was committed to the UN process and had made his views clear to US president Barack Obama during their discussions on how to respond to the use of chemical agents.

U.N. calls chemical weapons use ‘violation of international law’

 

 

Watching on: Police stand guard outside Downing Street during an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflict in LondonWatching on: Police stand guard outside Downing Street during an event organised by Stop the War Coalition to protest against potential UK involvement in the Syrian conflict in London

Opinion: A woman holds a placard as she takes part in a protest organised by the Stop the War coalition calling for no military attack on Syria from the US, Britain or France, outside the entrance of Downing StreetOpinion: A woman holds a placard as she takes part in a protest organised by the Stop the War coalition calling for no military attack on Syria from the US, Britain or France, outside the entrance of Downing Street

 

The motion will ask MPs to agree ‘that a strong humanitarian response is required from the international community and that this may, if necessary, require military action that is legal, proportionate and focused on saving lives by preventing and deterring further use of Syria’s chemical weapons’.

It states that the use of chemical weapons is a war crime and that the principle of humanitarian intervention ‘provides a sound legal basis for taking action’.

‘This country is bruised by what happened over Iraq. We want to be clear about what we think needs to be done but it needs to be done on a consensual basis’

Senior No 10 source

 

The West has been frustrated by the use of the veto by Russia and China at the UNSC but the motion states that ‘in spite of the difficulties’ the UN process should be ‘followed as far as possible’.

Although the UN inspectors investigating the attack on the outskirts of Damascus will not apportion blame, MPs will be asked to agree that any further action should await their findings.

Under the terms of the motion the UNSC will be given the opportunity to consider their briefing and ‘every effort should be made to secure a security council resolution backing military action’.

Foreign Secretary William Hague insisted that the international community would have a responsibility to act even without a UNSC resolution.

UK’s Hague: World can’t stand by on Syria

 

Taking a shot: An opposition fighter fires an rocket propelled grenade during clashes with regime forces over the strategic area of Khanasser, situated on the only road linking Aleppo to central SyriaTaking a shot: An opposition fighter fires an rocket propelled grenade during clashes with regime forces over the strategic area of Khanasser, situated on the only road linking Aleppo to central Syria

 

 

Warzone: Free Syrian Army fighters run to take cover from snipers loyal to President Assad near Aleppo airportWarzone: Free Syrian Army fighters run to take cover from snipers loyal to President Assad near Aleppo airport

 

He said: ‘This is the first use of chemical warfare in the 21st century – it has to be unacceptable, we have to confront something that is a war crime, something that is a crime against humanity.

‘If we don’t do so then we will have to confront even bigger war crimes in the future.

‘This is the first use of chemical warfare in the 21st century – it has to be unacceptable’

Foreign Secretary William Hague

 

‘So we continue to look for a strong response from the international community, that is legal, that is proportionate and that is designed to deter the further and future use of chemical weapons.’

UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon urged the members of the UNSC to act together and stressed the need for the inspectors in Syria to be given time to complete their task.

‘The body entrusted with international peace and security cannot be missing in action,’ Mr Ban said.

But he added: ‘The team needs time to do its job, give peace a chance, give diplomacy a chance, stop fighting and start talking.

‘Let them conclude their work for four days, and then we will have to analyse scientifically with experts and then I think we will have to report to the security council for any actions.’

Wreckage: Syrians walk in a heavily damaged street in the country's eastern town of Deir EzzorWreckage: Syrians walk in a heavily damaged street in the country’s eastern town of Deir Ezzor

 

Response: United Nations chemical weapons experts wearing gas masks carry samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of DamascusResponse: United Nations chemical weapons experts wearing gas masks carry samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of Damascus

Rallying: The local Syrian community protests against US involvement in Syria, in Allentown, PennsylvaniaRallying: The local Syrian community protests against US involvement in Syria, in Allentown, Pennsylvania

 

 

Polling shows the public is deeply reluctant for the UK to become embroiled in military action.

Former military chiefs have also issued stark warnings about the direction Mr Cameron is taking, cautioning that even a ‘surgical’ missile strike could end up dragging the UK into deeper action.

The UN and Arab League special envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi said the death toll from the ‘substance’ used in the attack could top 1,000.

Stance: Labour's Ed Miliband indicated he would oppose the Government in the Commons unless the inspectors were allowed to complete their workStance: Labour’s Ed Miliband indicated he would oppose the Government in the Commons unless the inspectors were allowed to complete their work

 

He said he was ‘very, very interested’ to see additional evidence promised by Washington of what is described as the regime’s ‘undeniable’ involvement, which had not yet been shared with the UN. And he cautioned that international law was ‘very clear’ that military action required Security Council backing.

Organisers from the Stop the War coalition claimed that around 1,000 protesters had turned out for tonight’s rally outside Downing Street. They were supported by MPs such as Labour’s Diane Abbott.

She told the crowd she is against intervention in Syria and will be voting against it tomorrow.

Chris Nineham, vice chair of Stop the War, said the crowds had turned out to show their opposition to ‘crazy plans to attack Syria’.

‘We believe, along with the vast majority of people in Britain, it would be a disaster and is liable to cause a conflagration across the region,’ Mr Nineham said. ‘It can only make the civil war more entrenched and deadly and it should be called off immediately.’

Mr Nineham said that the only way to end the civil war was by negotiations which Western intervention would make ‘much more remote’.

Crowds spilled out from the designated protest area and staged a sit-in on the road, cutting off traffic on Whitehall. Some protesters carried Syrian flags but claimed to be protesting against foreign intervention in their country rather than in favour of the Assad regime.

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Is Assad now using NAPALM on his own people? Pictures reveal horrific injuries of Syrian civilians also feared to have been targeted with phosphorous bombs

  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
  • Opposition says forces dropped bombs and napalm on Aleppo civilians
  • Turkey sends aid workers to decontaminate chemical weapons victims
  • UN investigators cross Syria’s front line into rebel-held territory today

By MARK DUELL

PUBLISHED: 18:31, 28 August 2013 | UPDATED: 20:03, 28 August 2013

 

These are the horrific injuries of Syrian civilians who Bashar al-Assad’s political rivals say were targeted with phosphorous bombs by the regime.

The troubled country’s opposition coalition said yesterday that the President’s forces had dropped the bombs and napalm on civilians in rural Aleppo on Monday.

It comes as Turkey sent extra aid workers trained to identify and decontaminate chemical weapons victims to its border with Syria after an apparent poison gas attack in Damascus a week ago.

Response: United Nations chemical weapons experts wearing gas masks carry samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of DamascusResponse: United Nations chemical weapons experts wearing gas masks carry samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of Damascus

 

 

Serious injuries: Civilians were taken to Syrian border hospitals after the opposition claimed that the al-Assad regime had used napalm and white phosphorous bombs on a student population in AleppoSerious injuries: Civilians were taken to Syrian border hospitals after the opposition claimed that the al-Assad regime had used napalm and white phosphorous bombs on a student population in Aleppo

Probe: United Nations arms experts visit a clinic as they inspect the site where rockets had fallen in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta during an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons strikeProbe: United Nations arms experts visit a clinic as they inspect the site where rockets had fallen in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta during an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons strike

Care: A member of the UN investigation team takes samples of sands near a part of a missile likely to be one of the chemical rockets according to activists, in the Damascus countryside of Ain Terma, SyriaCare: A member of the UN investigation team takes samples of sands near a part of a missile likely to be one of the chemical rockets according to activists, in the Damascus countryside of Ain Terma, Syria

 

 

U.N. calls chemical weapons use ‘violation of international law’

‘We have increased our measures significantly since last week, to be prepared particularly in case of a chemical attack,’ said Mustafa Aydogdu, of the Disaster and Emergency Management Directorate.

‘We have experts who could deal with chemical attacks and we have deployed almost all of them in Kilis, Hatay and Sanliurfa,’ he added, naming Turkish border cities housing dozens of refugee camps.

 

 

Turkey, which has a 560-mile border with Syria, hosts half a million refugees from the two-and-a-half year conflict and is braced for a new influx should Western powers strike.

Mr Aydogdu said a number of refugees crossing into Turkey in recent days via Cilvegozu, the nearest border gate to Aleppo, had burns and were being tested for chemical weapons exposure.

Awful: Turkey has sent extra aid workers trained to identify and decontaminate chemical weapons victims to its border with Syria after an apparent poison gas attack in Damascus a week agoAwful: Turkey has sent extra aid workers trained to identify and decontaminate chemical weapons victims to its border with Syria after an apparent poison gas attack in Damascus a week ago

 

 

Claims: The troubled country's opposition coalition said yesterday that the President's forces had dropped the bombs and napalm on civilians in rural Aleppo on MondayClaims: The troubled country’s opposition coalition said yesterday that the President’s forces had dropped the bombs and napalm on civilians in rural Aleppo on Monday

 

A U.N. chemical weapons expert wearing a gas mask carries samples collected from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of Damascus
A woman affected by what activists said was an apparent gas attack is led to a team of U.N. chemical weapons experts for checking

Suffering: A woman (right) affected by what activists said appeared to be a gas attack is led to a team of UN chemical weapons experts (left) for checking during the team’s visit to a site of an alleged attack in Damascus

Investigating A United Nations chemical weapons expert wearing a gas mask carries samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of DamascusInvestigating A United Nations chemical weapons expert wearing a gas mask carries samples from one of the sites of an alleged chemical weapons attack in the Ain Tarma neighbourhood of Damascus

 

Wreckage: Syrians walk in a heavily damaged street in the country's eastern town of Deir EzzorWreckage: Syrians walk in a heavily damaged street in the country’s eastern town of Deir Ezzor

 

 

 

 

‘We can’t say at this stage that these burns are due to a chemical attack,’ he added.

DANGERS OF WHITE PHOSPHORUS

White phosphorus is a toxic substance used in industry to manufacture chemicals used in fertilisers and cleaning compounds.

It can be absorbed into the body by inhalation, ingestion, or skin contact. It causes skin to melt away from the bone and can break down a victim’s jawbone.

The substance can also stick to clothing or on the skin and continues to burn unchecked as particles are exposed to air.

Particles scorch through layers of tissue until their oxygen supply is cut off. 

Doctors say the best way to treat the burns is by keeping oxygen away from the wound by ensuring it is wet, and surgically remove all the phosphorous particles.

‘We have heard about the use of phosphorus but I can’t confirm as yet that people who have been subject to a chemical attack have crossed into Turkey.’

United Nations chemical weapons investigators crossed Syria’s front line into rebel-held territory today for a second visit to the scene of the poison gas attack near Damascus.

US President Barack Obama and his European and Middle East allies have blamed Mr Assad for last week’s killing of hundreds of civilians and are drawing up plans for punitive military action.

Turkey has emerged as one of Mr Assad’s most vocal critics and has been a staunch supporter of the rebels. It has spent £1.3billion sheltering refugees, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said.

Turkey’s near two dozen camps are home to about 200,000 refugees, Mr Aydogdu said, while the rest live in rented accommodation in border cities.

He said new capacity was being built, adding: ‘We can host another 20,000 people in our camp in Viransehir, near the border. There is no capacity problem at this stage.’

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