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PM Cameron extends his nexus of 'DEMENTED FRIENDS' to include SAUDI Extremists.

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Jonnie Goodboy
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« on: November 08, 2012, 10:34:58 am »

 Well done Cameron! You certainly know how to tug at the coat-tails.

 Funding Al'Qae'da rebels to fight Assad's Government in Syria? What a brilliant scheme!
—  Now your Bullingham Club credentials are beginning to show. Finally, all that Trashing of those Paki Restaurants with your Oxon Friends, and bailing out on the spot - the owner with sufficient cash that they won't make a Police Report. And what if they did? You were being groomed as a potential future British PM back in 1984 when the Bullingham Club Resto Trashing Antics were even being reported in the Daily Telegraph. Diplomatic Immunity.

So, what's Cameron funding in the Middle-East with all those British Aerospace / BaE Systems Figher aircraft.
Well, whatever is civilian or legitimate Elected or installed Government I suppose. After everyone seems to think that it's actually going to be 'Business as Usual' (ripping us all of and making us Blood-Guilty through Taxes).

Go stuff yourselves. You actually don't care what's coming down the road, as you stir-up the trouble.

 There is a HUGE Historical Divide between the two Countries and the divide is become a real tectonic hot-spot for the future according those heavily invested in reporting the daily tittle-tattle and titilation that fevorous predictions and false-prophecies of war, such as the Media War-Room Analysts must spin.

Syria's civil war: friends and enemies

"The UN General Assembly is meeting during a period of deadlock over the fate of Syria. The graphic above shows how, post-Arab Spring, political relations across the Middle East hinge on this critical pivot.

Saudi Arabia’s long-standing antipathy to Iran - its chief rival for dominance in the Persian Gulf and Middle East - has clouded its relationship with Syria.

The Saudi royal family has positioned itself as the protector of Syria's Sunni majority in a country whose ruling elite is dominated by Alawis, members of a Shi'ite minority.

The danger is that the Syrian conflict could evolve into a proxy battleground between Saudi-supported Sunnis and the pro-Iranian Shi'ite/Alawi faction.

If the pro-Iranian Bashar al-Assad was to fall, it would undermine the activities of Hezbollah in Lebanon (which Saudi Arabia opposes) and of Hamas in Gaza (which Saudi Arabia also opposes

Read the full version of this 'light weight analysis for simpletons' like JB.

Get your Guns. I've got my BaseBall Bats. Let's Rock. You too can be the Political Leader remembered for pushing Governments beyond the Pale, beyond 'what is reasonable', straight out over the Precipice. What a hero!
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