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Just where does the fucking funny looking bald headed cunt get off?

No! I’m not talking about me you horrible fucking bastards. I’m talking about Silly Willie Hague.

 I notice he didn’t criticise Israel’s attack on Syria. That was “justified” apparently. He never says much about the USA’s drone attacks either.

The latter are responsible for killing at least 176 innocent children in Pakistan alone. I suppose that’s “justified” too… Warmongering dick splash.

UK condemns attack on US embassy in Turkey

Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague has condemned the Friday attack on the US embassy in the Turkish capital of Ankara, in which at least two people were killed and several others were injured.

“I condemn this attack in the strongest terms. Turkey and the United States can rely on the full support of the United Kingdom as they seek to hold to account those responsible,” Hague said.

Reports said a suspected bomber detonated his explosives inside the security checkpoint at the entrance of the embassy’s visa section.

No group has so far claimed responsibility for the explosion.

The explosion caused damage to the checkpoint, but there was no damage inside the embassy, local reports said.

Several such attacks have occurred in Turkey during recent years.

In November 2003, suicide bombers detonated their vehicles at the headquarters of British bank HSBC and the British Consulate, killing 58 people and wounding 400 others.

Moreover, in 2008, five people including three police officers were killed in an attack outside the US consulate in the Turkish city of Istanbul.


UK: Israeli raid on Syria is justified

British Foreign Secretary William Hague claims the Israeli regime’s violation of Syria’s airspace in the air raid on a Syrian army research center is a “reaction” to the Syrian crisis rather than a breach of the country’s sovereignty.

“I’m not going to give any condemnation of Israel, rushing to any criticism,” Hague told the BBC.

In a clear attempt to whitewash the Israeli aggression, Hague further claimed that Israel has rightfully reacted to the situation in Syria.

“We have a whole massive situation in Syria to deal with … So I think we should keep our eyes on the main event, on the main crisis,” he said.

“IF it affects neighboring countries they would react in various ways, we have to get to the root causes of it and the root cause of the Syria crisis is not Israel,” he added.

This comes as Britain had initially avoided reacting to the airstrike on the research center in northwest of the Syrian capital of Damascus that killed two people and injured several others in full violation of the international law.

The raid has been condemned by Iran, China and Russia with Russians calling it an “unjustified assault” and a “blatant violation of the UN Charter.”

This is while analysts believe the attack has been exactly opposite to what Hague has tried to pretend it is, that is an Israeli act of provocation to drag Syria into de facto war that would give the west an excuse for direct military intervention in the Middle Eastern country.

Following the strike, the Syrian army accused Tel Aviv of being behind the unrest in the country.

Syria has formally complained to the United Nations over the Israeli fighter jets’ attack.

Meanwhile, Britain has been playing a major role in fanning the flames of unrest in Syria by providing support for terrorists who are killing innocent civilians in the country.

Hague reiterated that stance in his interview with the BBC, saying London will “keep increasing the support, the practical support we give to the [Syrian] opposition.”


‘US not going to suspend drone attacks in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia’

The file photo of a US drone

Despite worldwide condemnation, US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta says Washington is not going to suspend its drone attacks in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia.

Panetta said on Friday that the US needs to keep up an open-ended drone war against what he called militants not only in “Pakistan, but also in Yemen, in Somalia and I think it ought to continue to be a tool we ought to use where necessary.”

The US defense secretary said that the airstrikes are necessary to prevent an attack on America.

He went on to say that CIA might widen the scope of the drone strikes depending “on the nature of the threat that we’re confronting. We are in a war.”

Washington uses its assassination drones in Yemen, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Somalia, claiming that they target terrorists. The attacks, however, have mostly led to massive civilian casualties.

Rights groups and the United Nations have censured the US drone attacks as targeted killings, stressing that the raids flout international law.

Pakistan’s tribal regions are attacked by US terror drones almost regularly, with Washington claiming that militants are the targets. However, casualty figures clearly indicate that civilians are the main victims.

Despite Pakistan’s repeated calls on the US to end the drone attacks, the US government continues its deadly strikes on the country’s tribal belt.

Over the past few months, massive protests have also been staged across Pakistan to condemn the United States for violating the country’s sovereignty.

Washington also regularly carries out assassination drone attacks in Yemen, which is located on the tip of the Arabian Peninsula and is among the poorest countries in the region.

Yemenis have held several anti-US rallies across the country over the past months and have called on their government to cut all ties with Washington over the deadly airstrikes.