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Jeez
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British foreign policy has significantly gone underground.
May 01, 2017, 16:41
Another reason for people to stop May in er...June:

"We’re fighting at least seven covert wars, using troops and secret drone strikes – in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Somalia. The reason they’re covert is because parliament wouldn’t approve and the public would be opposed. And also because most of these operations are illegal, though you would never know it by reading the media. So, this is critical – no parliamentary involvement, public opposition, illegality, very little media coverage. This is really serious: the government is operating outside serious democratic control."

http://markcurtis.info/2017/04/27/a-dangerous-new-era-in-british-foreign-policy-talk-at-stop-the-war-annual-conference/

nicked from https://twitter.com/thethe/status/858990621624856578
Howburn Digger
Howburn Digger
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Edited May 01, 2017, 23:28
Re: British foreign policy has significantly gone underground.
May 01, 2017, 23:28
The BBC accidentally got a guest on who wasn't on side with the illegal wars. Ringing clarity in amidst lies, myth-creation and media collusion

https://youtu.be/KU5taO5vRDo

The silent British Boots on the ground and the British Drone war in Syria is being kept as quiet as possible. It has been slid in under the doormat in a way which is barely mentioned but deemed part of British Foreign Policy - without stating what it actually is. We are at war. Nobody recalled Parliament and nobody told the people.
It is very serious. May says a Nuke first strike is legitimate and she would press the button.
There you go.
thesweetcheat
thesweetcheat
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Re: British foreign policy has significantly gone underground.
May 02, 2017, 21:29
Thanks for sharing the link, it's not happy reading is it?
drewbhoy
drewbhoy
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Re: British foreign policy has significantly gone underground.
May 04, 2017, 13:38
thesweetcheat wrote:
Thanks for sharing the link, it's not happy reading is it?


No it is not, wished south of the border would get its act together and vote these idiots out!!!
thesweetcheat
thesweetcheat
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Re: British foreign policy has significantly gone underground.
May 04, 2017, 18:01
Not going to happen, the Strong and Stable tractor beams are too powerful to resist.
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