Cameron Leads Britain Into War Again

Sunday, September 28, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Colin Todhunter
Global Research
September 28, 2014

The UK parliament has voted in favour of British involvement in air strikes on Syria and Iraq. On Saturday 27 September, RAF Tornado jets returned from the first bombing raids on ISIL.

Last week, British PM David Cameron told the United Nations that Britain was ready to play its part in confronting “an evil against which the whole world must unite.” He also said that that “we” must not be so “frozen with fear” of repeating the mistakes of the 2003 Iraq invasion.

Cameron spoke of the virtues of the West’s economic freedom and democratic values as well as the horrors of extremism and terror. As with Obama’s UN speech, Cameron’s was a monologue of hypocrisy.

British and French air strikes on Sirte alone killed 15,000 civilians during NATO’s illegal bombing campaign in Libya. Over a million people have been killed via the US-led or US backed attacks on Iraq, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Syria and Libya.

Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, so we were told. It did not. That was a lie and hundreds of thousands have paid with their lives.

We were told that Assad is a brutal dictator who must be removed – with active help from some of the most brutal regimes on the planet, not least the repressive Saudi Arabia one or the one in Tel Aviv responsible for the mass slaughter of civilians in Gaza. Such things are never to be mentioned though. And now much of Syria is in violent turmoil.

We were told that Gaddafi was a tyrant. He used the nation’s oil wealth well by presiding over a country that possessed some of the best indices of social and economic well being in Africa. Now thanks to Western backed terror and military conflict Libya lies in ruins and torn apart.

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