Direct Democracy Comment

£71 M for Syrian refugee crisis - that Cameron helped to create!

After giving the Syrian 'rebels' [Al'Qaeda and Co.] £5 M in cash [to buy groceries of course], David Cameron now decides to spend £71 M on aid for the people that we have helped to displace through our funding of violence all across Syria.

While he talks of dealing with potential Islamic-related threats from North and West Africa with "intelligence" , he has obviously chosen to continue to deal with others [syria, Iran etc] with his political, cultural and historical ignorance.

The peace plan put forward by Russia in 2012 was vetoed by the West because peace in Syria would result in no Western gateway to Iran and, a united Jihadist threat to Israel but, as well as potentially attaining peace, getting a few people around a table would have cost just a few quid and no loss of Syrian life!

In 2010, the UK electorate again decided that it wanted to be dictated to by psychopaths and as ever, the electorate got what it wanted.

PA Video PA direct democracy video: West wants to pour petrol on Syria flame, not water
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PA direct democracy video: Hunger and hopelessness for Syrian refugees
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PA direct democracy video: US and UK now deepening Syrian refugee crisis
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PA direct democracy video: Syrian farmers reap crop of West's sanctions
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Western-backed violence in Syria spilling over borders
PA Video PA direct democracy video: US and UK diminish chance for peace in Syria
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Syria asks West to stop arming terrorists - and is ignored
PA Video PA direct democracy video: US blocks Russian peace proposal
PA Video PA direct democracy video: UK gives £5 M to Al'Qaeda in Syria
PA Video PA direct democracy video: German Intel - 95% of Syrian 'rebels' are terrorists
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Good old times are back - CIA working with Al'Qaeda again
PA Video PA direct democracy video: Pro-US Gov. FOX News - 'FSA is with Al'Qaeda'

PA direct democracy media: [Political Strategy] Syria

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