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It is strange to poke fun and laugh when such terrible deeds are going unpunished in Syria, but that is human nature, at least my version of it is.

When we see the smoke from the explosions, as the tank missiles and mortar shells rain down upon a largely-defenceless Syrian population, is it right to smile? Of course not; but when we see the ‘diplomats’ such as ‘Lady Amos’, and the really silly figure of Kofi Annan, who is himself in the lead for the title of the most irrelevant person in the world, strutting across the pock-marked Syrian landscape, what are we to do?

What indeed, when we know that the only thing; the only thing which would stop Bashar Al-Assad in his deadly route is massive air power, striking against every part of his military, bombing the radar defences and taking out the missiles; blasting the massed ranks of the T-72 and T-55 Russian tanks as well as the arms dumps, fuel supply farms and defence logistical areas, and thus giving hope to the miserable millions who cower beneath his implacable gaze.

We know that that is the real answer, but we also know that there is no stomach for any such operation, and the West hides behind the bland smiles of the Russians at the UN, as they oblige that same snivelling West by vetoing any UN Resolution which even mentions anything after the weather in Syria!

So why don’t we play the one trump card which we know worked last time? Why not leak that the Secret Service, along with Defence Military Intelligence, has discovered that there are real Weapons of Mass Destruction hidden inside Syria, capable of being launched in only forty-seven minutes? Get the Bronzed Wealthy One to endorse the leak, especially when he puts on his ‘Man of the People’ voice, and we’ll have Cameron, Sarkozy and Obama lining up the missiles, warships, aircraft, heavy bombers and radar-attack planes before you can shout ‘Cherie Blair is a Tosser’!

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10 thoughts on “Syria….the answer

  1. If I posted what I really, really thought of that simpleton, corrupt, sock-puppet Coffee Annan David would definitely ban me from future comments.

    I have about as much use for the former UN apologising donkey as I do for pneumonic plague.

    And about as much respect for Kofi Annan, who in 1994 denied a U.N. general in Rwanda authorization to raid the government’s weapons stockpiles three months before the same government massacred its people, as I do a paedophile priest.

    He made a big political show in Syria and what positive outcome was realised?

    NADA!

  2. Whatever happened to that UN Special envoy to the Middle East, – one A Blair?

    It seems he is taking a very low profile at this time when ME politics are the talk of every newscast. I would wager that he is still drawing a generous salary, – paid for by the British taxpayer, while not having stepped on ME soil at any time in the past twelve months…

  3. would wager that he is still drawing a generous salary, – paid for by the British taxpayer, while not having stepped on ME soil at any time in the past twelve months…

    He’s probably flat out whoring himself for JP Morgan and has no time to bring peace to the region he helped destabilise.

  4. Pete – the PM of Guinea looks a lot like Jacques Chirac. OK – he’s black, but he looks very similar. I’d reckon he is similar in more ways.

    As for Blair, the man is absolutely despicable and that bitch of a wife: the two of them lying (literally) in bed discussing how best to profit from the introduction by Tony of the ‘Human Rights Act’ to benefit the law firm for which Cherie works sits in my mind.

  5. If we could convince the Russians to be OK with it, we could crush the Iranian satrap in a few days.

    But what then?

    In this part of the world, there are no happy endings. You get bad or worse and always have the distinct possibility do even worse still.

  6. Downside

    Sunni massacres of Alawites and of the remaining Christians in a long and horrible revenge taking

    And that’s just the beginning

  7. Could it be that we have at last one thing that unites the entire political spectrum on ATW ? – a distaste for Tonly Blair.

  8. Turkey might decide to invade on humanitarian grounds and create a safe zone for the opposition. It has the airpower and military force to do it. And the cajones.

    That would be a game-changer for the butcher Assad and his cronies in Iran.

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