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  1. Ford

    Syria

    There didnt seem to be a particular thread for discussion/debate re, though related posts elsewhere in related threads regarding. so, thought to start one up (mods do delete it if n/a). anything syria related. to start.. following russias involvement, recent news report, whether accurate, re chinas poss involvement in syria http://www.wnd.com/2015/10/chinese-navy-looms-as-russia-strikes-syrian-rebels/
  2. RAF jets strike chemical weapon facility in Syria READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/raf-jets-strike-chemical-weapon-facility-in-syria
  3. Well, the revelation that British airman are active with American forces bombing targets in Syria despite the UK commons vote against this, and Cameron saying 'he gets it' is a real eye opener for me. My recent softening of opposition to the Tory 'ethos' and suitability to govern a democracy has taken a major nose dive down below where it was before. Whats your views? http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jul/17/mps-demand-commons-statement-over-uk-military-action-in-syria That UK forces are embedded with other troops is simply not an excuse. Many forces have other countries forces embedded, but they ARE NOT sent on duties which there own Governments have NOT APPROVED.
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