Direct Democracy Comment

Cameron promotes use of force over dialogue in Syria

He's at it again! David Cameron and his US buddy are going for regime change in Syria [a crime under international law] and they're doing it by giving UK tax payer funding to the so-called 'Friends of Syria' so that they can buy arms to fight their own government. Mean while, the rest of the world [including the UN] are trying to implement a peace plan through dialogue. For years, we have heard the leaders of foreign regimes claim that Western powers are meddling with their internal political affairs by stirring-up trouble and now we finally know that it's true.

We now have an open admission from David Cameron that this is what the UK is doing in Syria. He ignores that the UK is now in serious breach of international law and he is proud that the UK is now directly funding various armed factions [including Al'Qaeda] in Syria. The UK is now part of the 'Axis of Evil' as it is now funding terrorist groups in other countries so as to achieve its own aims. With direct democracy, we would not choose to let our money be spent on violence over dialogue anywhere in the world.

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