Tag Archives: Syria
To bomb or not to bomb In the same sense that a broken clock gives the correct time once every twelve hours I find myself, much to my amazement, agreeing with Jeremy Corbyn. Britain probably shouldn’t bomb Syria.
Da’esh or FSA. Does it matter? A photograph suits an agenda and becomes viral. Sometimes, even frequently, the graphic doesn’t show what those sharing in the social media think it does. The BBC seems to have caught one of these. … Continue reading
If you can’t beat them define losing as winning If you have been following the discussion groups lately you’d see a couple of newish claims by the Israel Haters. As so often when one starts they all do. Makes one … Continue reading
Isn’t it an irony? This is a short series of musing that I felt I had to get online before events prove me right – or wrong. Have you noticed that the same people who loudly condemned American intervention in Iraq … Continue reading
Why should America be the world’s policeman when Turkey is next door? I want to thank Aylin Kocaman for the inspiration for this article. While I don’t agree with everything in her Assad; night watchman in an empty field piece, which has … Continue reading