Thursday, 26 November 2015

Inner Circles

I have no idea whether or not Assad's and Putin's inner circles have been trading oil with IS. I doubt it, but I don't know.

The point is that those who are now seeking British and American military intervention against IS in Syria are apparently as anti-Assad and as anti-Putin as ever.

In which case, on whose side are they, exactly?

And why, exactly?


  1. You should have been in Parliament YEARS ago.

  2. When the EU grants accession to Turkey-opening Britain's borders to one of the world's largest Muslim countries bordering Iraq and Syria-the anti-EU referendum campaign will be in the ascendant.

    The new talks on Turkey's accession-in the midst of the worst migration crisis Europe has ever faced- couldn't come at a better time.

    Referendum now.

    1. Bless.

      Perhaps someone should mention UKIP's consistent anti-war stance over many years to its voters? Funny how they seem never to have heard about it.

  3. "Funny how they seem never to have heard about it."

    That's just you. Everyone else has heard of it.