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    as with Iraq I suspect our fertiliser sales will be involved.

    Assad is a nutter, so is Putin but we probably supplied the weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    She has ensured comrade corbyn's win in the next election
    Even the right wing are changing:



    UKIP Manifesto 2017:

    “Ukip will avoid allowing Britain to become embroiled in foreign wars. We will maintain our sceptical view of neoconservative arguments for attempting to deliver change in the Middle East at gunpoint. You cannot bomb people into democracy.”
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    its deja vu all over again
    Foreign dictator , chemical weapons, tortures its people.
    Only thing missing is they can launch attack on us in 90 minutes.
    why would any sane person believe these lying politicians once again is beyond me.
    iraq mess part 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Black View Post
    How do you figure that?

    Because she had more minerals than Dave to strike without asking parliament first?

    The country is not stupid enough to elect a cowardly terrorist sympathiser like Corbyn as prime minister.
    Because most people do not support this war. So it will ensure more votes for the comrade

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Surely “Not selling the chemicals to Syria in the first place” would have been preemptive.
    It was just bog cleaner. Honest.

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    Because most people do not support this war.
    Which war would that be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Even the right wing are changing:



    UKIP Manifesto 2017:
    The BNP was against the Iraq war. The rationale was that the blood of British soldiers was too precious to be spilt for inferior peoples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    Even the right wing are changing
    The loony right and loony left are two sides of the same fruitcake. Corbyn has impeccable loony left credentials. He's the first to condemn military action and the first to overlook the worst excesses of the murderous regimes that support his loony ideologies.

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    White House says the 'images of dead and dying children' after chemical attack forced the president to act
    https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/02/us/sc...rnd/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    It was just bog cleaner. Honest.

    Which war would that be?
    I was going to name the remainder of household chemicals to add but then I thought twice as it maybe a criminal offence.
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    UKIP Manifesto 2017:

    “Ukip will avoid allowing Britain to become embroiled in foreign wars. We will maintain our sceptical view of neoconservative arguments for attempting to deliver change in the Middle East at gunpoint. You cannot bomb people into democracy.”

    I will be voting UKIP. No WW3 and a proper Brexit. Win-win.

    Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and were still at square one...

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