Monday, 6 February 2012

Bugger Syria - what about the UK?

William Hague, Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom (aka mouth piece of Cathy Ashton, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy) has stood up in the Toy Parliament (located in Westminster, in case it has escaped the notice of readers) and proclaims that the ongoing violence in Syria is "unacceptable".

It may have escaped the attention of this man but the bald truth (intentional use of the word 'bald', by the way) is that we, the people, of this country have been suffering 'violence', both physical and mental, from Hague and his fellow politicians for yonks now in the form of imposed 'central control'. Our sovereignty, our independence, our standing in the world and our individual freedom has been 'shot to hell' by Hague and his ilk - consequently they themselves stand accused, by their own actions, of being 'shot to hell'.

If charity begins at home (which it doesn't where our politicians are concerned - witness aid to India) then so does concern for one's fellow man which encapsulates the act of ensuring the safety and well-being of the country which both Hague, his ilk and we, inhabit.

Either our politicians come to their senses or, as surely as God made little apples, we will ensure that, in time, they do!

Yet again, just saying.........


john in cheshire said...

Once again WfW, well said. And we all know that if we started on a path of insurrection, as is happening in Syria, the same Mr Hague would be in Parliament justifying the deployment of soldiers to suppress and kill our fellow countrymen. My Hague went down in my estimation when he became an overt apologist for the EU and now he's just a joke.

TomTom said...

British and German TV rant on about Syria but never mention Libya and rarely is such clear propaganda to prepare for an attack on Syria. The crudity of this propaganda reminds of Gleiwitz in 1939. I wonder how many SAS men are already in Syria and what Russian Spetsnaz troops will do with them

WitteringsfromWitney said...

jic: Thank you.

TT: SAS: Yup, the thought had crossed my mind too.