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Old 31-08-13, 06:02 PM   #1
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Parliament voted not to get involved in military action, against the wishes of Obama - well that's democracy. Our armed forces are stretched enough as it is.

This has been going on since 2011.

It looks like bombing the Syrian Gov't/Hezbollah forces is the only way forward.

The rebels seem to fight in independent factions with no 'central' command - what happens if the current government is ousted?

Syrian people leaving the country - no chance of a democratic solution - seems to me the only option is military intervention.

The army are there to protect the people from enemies of the state - it's the role of police to maintain internal control.

Bomb 'em I say.
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Middle east is a melting pot , stay to hell out of it , I say .


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Let the crazy americans waste their money if they want we do not need to join in.

For once looks like the government made the right choice but then we have all seem how good they are at u turns
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Looking from the outside (Ireland). Maybe the uk are right not to go in with the Americans, but with Spain and Argentina again feeling they can have a pop at the uk. The world is beginning to see the uk as a diminished force and not really in the game.I for one would like a strong british military as it is good for Europe but with all the cuts that are happening over their it's hard to see that happening.
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shocker, Argentina having a pop at us, we won, the Islands want to stay under us, deal with it same goes for Gibraltar, sooner Spanish realise the better, but then, didn't they call us stupid for not going in the EU financially, how's that working out for you Spain...do refresh our memories on how strong your economy is

didn't want us in the last war, glad for once they've gone with people and said no, lets just hope they don't u-turn on it at a later point! Let other countries go in and get their hands dirty for once!
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10% of the Syrian population now in refugee camps - increasing daily. Bo Jo referred to Assad in the same breath as Hitler and Saddam.

Bomb now.
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Only 10% ok still yet then
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