Last week Cameron said he would possibly send British troops to that country and now Hollande of France says his country could take military action.
Let's step back a bit away from all the politicing and take an impartial look at the situation.
The Assad regime is and has been notorious for suppressing dissent but in that multicultural society a firm hand could have been necessary to stop civil war.
Free speech is suppressed and the people yearn to be free.
In that aspect Syria is similar to our supposedly democratic country.
We have been invaded by aliens with the collusion of our governments of both the main parties. We do not wish to see our town's streets infested with these people, let alone paying taxes to support them.
Ah yes you could say, we have the freedom of the vote and free speech.
Do we? What choice have we? The major parties have similar policies on immigration and free speech so we have no choice there.
But we have a free press you may say.
NO. The press is controlled by the same Common Purpose dictatorship which rules the political parties.
New or smaller parties who oppose their anti democratic cabal are routinely vilified in the media, their policies distorted and supporters forced to hold their tongues in order to keep their jobs.
Only today a woman was sentenced to 21 week's jail for saying WHAT MILLIONS THINK.
AND THIS IS SUPPOSEDLY A FREE COUNTRY with freedom of speach.
SO WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRITAIN AND SYRIA?
There is a rebellion in Syria against a tyranny. Could it happen here?
Well no, or not yet.
An interesting aspect of the Syrian rebellion is the relative impotence of that government to silence the rebels. Our police and army would have gone through a rebellion like a dose of salt.
This means the rebels are armed, so the question must be, by whom?
Foreign influence is obvious here as is a supply of arms to the rebels. It suits the globalists to ferment trouble in Syria to overcome the present regime.
Russia and China have until now acted as a brake on precipitate action by that poodle of the globalists, the UN. These two countries realise that if they grant legitimacy to foreign intervention into internal affairs this could legitimise interference in their own country's affairs and so will not play ball.
Another interesting aspect of this crisis is the relitive absence of concern of countries supposedly liberated in the "Arab Spring", in fact the only Arab countries helping the rebels are such "democracies" as Saudi Arabia and some Gulf states.Turkey is standing by, waiting to pick up some spoils after the fall of the Assad regime.
Now I accept atrocities have been committed by that regime but am sure as the Russians say both sides have done the same.
It is obvious that an international cabal under the UN is determined to destabilise and overthrow Assad. Who is behind that we can only have a GOOD guess at.
The point is that the rebellion is an internal one for Syria and none of our business. We should keep our noses out and certainly not risk the lives of any more of our troops.
BUT AT LEAST THE SYRIAN REBELS HAVE A CHANCE OF OVERTHROWING THEIR UNDEMOCRATIC DICTATORSHIP, with the help of foreign powers with ulterior motives.
BUT WHAT CHANCE HAVE WE of ridding ourselves of the equally undemocratic system we now have?
On the pretext of avoiding gun crime (that's a laugh) British citizens have been disarmed and we are now powerless and in the clutches of international globalist capitalists.
We are mere units of production to be used to further the agenda,softened up by television trash shows to keep us temporarily subdued. Our pubs and clubs have been systematically destroyed by big business interests and with them our sense of community so that our virility and power to resist, replaced by propaganda stuffed in our face by the television.
Bread and circuses they called it in the past.
Revolutions start in tap rooms, and that is why the government is destroying pubs.
If you put all the things happening, at home and internationally and think about it I believe it is impossible to miss a sinister plan by those in power.
For further details read 1984.
And in our "free" country you can desecrate our cenotaph and get a slap on the wrist but tell aliens you don't like them here when drunk you get 21 weeks.
Justice and freedom?