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2003 All Over Again? On Eve of Syria Vote, UK Warned Against 'Rush to War'


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2003 All Over Again? On Eve of Syria Vote, UK Warned Against 'Rush to War'

Deirdre Fulton, staff writer

With members of the British Parliament set to vote Wednesday on whether to send UK warplanes to bomb Syria, activists are staging an emergency demonstration in London on Tuesday evening to protest an "ever-widening war" they denounce as incoherent, dangerous, and possibly illegal.


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The guy in the above picture holding the sign that says: " BOMBING DOES NOT KILL AN IDEOLOGY ; IT FEEDS IT". Is absolutely correct; but that is the whole idea! The industrial war profiteers need a place to use their bombs; otherwise, what would happen to their bomb manufacturing business? They love the terrorists because it feeds their most evil bombing business!


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Order out of Chaos.


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Hello. Your comment is precisely what I was going to post. So glad to find someone as you, who goes right to the essence.


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Yes, we kept on staging Peace rallies but no one under 65 shows up. Too much beer, marijuana, and fun electronics
amusements.


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One would trust that Her Majesty would listen to the collective wisdom Her subjects and not just to Her Prime Minister and would as Head of State and Head of Her Armed Forces advise Her Prime Minister and Her Armed Forces, on behalf of Her subjects, that they should not rush to get involved in the current mess that is the Middle East.


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People need to chill a bit on this one. The vote is not really what it appears to be, it is political gamesmanship targeted at Jeremy Corbyn. The right wing under Cameron and corporate main stream media are seeking to fabricate an issue by which to attack Jeremy Corbyn, no intention of trying to force their way into Syria to attack Russia, in all likely hood only a few minor attacks with Russia's and Syria's permission.
Take note of main stream media on this issue, nothing much at all about Russia or Syria or ISIS and everything about attacking the 'crazy man' Jeremy Corbyn, this is a purposefully driven, corporate designed public relations exercise to attack an actual real political opposition in an effort to make the unelectable, mind you at taxpayer expense and against electoral laws.
It really is corrupt but in reality has nothing much to do with wars in the middle east and everything to do with war of the rich against the poor and trying to make sure a representative of the people does not come to power to represent the people. Just like the War on Terror or more accurately the Terror War on us, it is a complete purposeful fabrication.