Ground troops - more war?

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Ground troops - more war?
« on: November 26, 2015, 09:16:48 PM »
 Subject: Ground troops - more war?
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 From: lincspatriot
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2015 09:51:53 +0000

 Fao stephen phillips
 Your conservative compatriot Bob Stewart MP has said on the british brainwashing corporation today that the only way to defeat I.s is to send British ground troops in to Syria. Whilst he backtracked somewhat saying that he hoped other nations in the area would do this, it is obvious to some exactly what he meant, especially as he is a former military officer and UN (new world order) commander in Bosnia. Another puppet then.
 So 'parliament' are going to vote for further mission creep by sending in our planes to sovereign Syria in one way or another. Further down the line when this escalation doesn't work there will be (probably after another 'event') a chance of further mission creep in the form of boots on the ground. We shall see.
 If it wasn't so serious it would be highly laughable at the governments consensus that to send in our planes could be legal under international law! Freedom fighters are not surprised at anything the judicial mafia/bar association come up with to further their plans for global enslavement using terrorism as a pretext to achieve their goals.
 As the Russians have had one of their planes shot down by Turkey (an insane policy) recently it proves this is not the place for the ROYAL air force to go wondering and it could end in a confrontation with unbearable consequences - for the common folk anyway.
 When do the curfews on British streets start and when do we get an escalation in roving paramilitary black shirts taking away 'suspects' for our safety ?
Well said, Mike (again)!

You probably noticed that after the attacks in Paris recently, the French air force was ordered to attack Syria.  They destroyed a number of ISIS targets and a high number (I forget what the number actually was) of ISIS vehicles carrying petrol, which ISIS has been selling on the black market to finance their operations (in addition to the funding they’ve been enjoying from the West and the weapons they’ve been given).

My question is: if the French military intelligence service knew where those targets were; why were they not destroyed, or at least immobilised by France or her allies a lot sooner?  Pretty obvious to all with eyes open that ISIS have been encouraged by the West all along.

Was this admission of guilt (by the BBC and the other government propaganda machines in ‘allied’ countries) accidental, or was it deliberate; as so many releases of information are?

Such releases serve as a good and continuing method of saying to the few like you and I, “Look at us; there’s nothing you can do to stop us funding our killing spree from your taxes!”, whilst testing that the Sheeple are all content, and that no more of them are jumping over the fence and escaping from their fold.

Keep up the good work,

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