Whereas, clearly, events in Syria have absolutely nothing to do with this country (or any other for that matter) the recent alleged slaughter of Christian civilians by Muslim “rebels” serves to illustrate the utter hypocrisy of our contemptible Tory government and its subservience to US/Zionist interests.
The terrorist criminals said to be responsible typify the sort of people whom top Tories want to arm at our expense in the “furtherance of democracy” – this time citing “chemical weapons” rather than “weapons of mass destruction” (as previously in the case of Iraq) by way of “justification”.
One would have thought that the recent Woolwich outrage would have caused even the most cerebrally challenged of Tory warmongers to rethink their enthusiasm for embroiling this country in yet another Middle-Eastern powder keg – no doubt the Tories are quite willing to fight to the last British soldier – from the safety of their Whitehall offices and House of Commons’ bars.
To that extent, the disgraceful interference of “our” vassal government in matters that should not concern them, IS our business.
For those who missed it, it has been reported that on Monday armed Muslim rebels murderously attacked a village in Syria’s Western province of Homs and slaughtered all its Christian residents.
The killers, who are said to be affiliated to the West-supported Muslim-dominated Free Syrian Army (FSA), raided the Christian-populated village at al-Duvair near the border with Lebanon and allegedly massacred all its civilian residents, including women and children.
The Syrian army is said to have intervened, a little too late for most, killing an unknown number of Western-backed “freedom fighters”.
The rebels’ attack and crimes in al-Duvair are thought to have followed sustained heavy defeats in al-Qusseir at the hands of the Syrian army.
Syria has been experiencing unrest since March 2011 with organized attacks by well-armed gangs against Syrian security forces.
The “uprising”, orchestrated behind the scenes by Israel, the US and Washington’s corrupt Arab allies, has sought to bring the country to its knees, thereby achieving the regime change sought by Washington.
Despite the slaughter of fellow Christians the good and great amongst the “Princes of the Church” in Britain have remained largely, if not entirely, silent – no doubt burdened with weightier matters, such as promoting “better inter-faith understanding”.
Is it any wonder that Britain’s political and Christian establishments are increasingly regarded with contempt and not just by us Brits?