Incredible shock! Parliament stood up for the nation last night and blew away the Tony Blair fantasist's plans. Slapped down by a number of his own men as well as the opposition David Cameron failed to get the House to agree to go to war, some say this has not happened to a Prime Minister since 1792! On that occasion it ended the war against American independence, so it is somewhat ironic that Cameron has failed to be poodle to the USA. While few at this moment are intriguing against him, their are few alternatives making noises as yet, clearly a PM who cannot convince his party that his intentions were correct is seriously weakened. Lets face it, we are all pleased about this are we not? Interestingly the newspapers, including the 'Daily Mail,' screamed about his failure, also quite interestingly I noted 'The Sun' headline was 'Douglas confesses affair,' instead. Rupert doing his best for his man. Rupert known for his loyalty to his staff.
What now for Cameron?
The fall out for this decision is also quite interesting. While the majority of the British public acknowledge their members of parliament, congratulating them on their victory, the USA has been somewhat put out. When you have been used to working with the UK for so many years, and since Thatchers infatuation with the dementia ridden Reagan the US has looked on the UK as a mere puppet, it is quite difficult to accept the poodle has changed its mind. The reaction from Washington reveals the intention to attack come what may has been in their minds for many years, and the reason is clear. Iran threatens Israel, the US does whatever Israel wishes, so Iran must be dealt with. Now I support Israel also, but not when they do wrong, and Iran under the Mullahs may well be dangerous, but other nations with nuclear missiles are also dangerous, Pakistan for instance. The desire to attack Syria comes from the attempt to weaken Iran. A dangerous ploy as this could set the whole region ablaze, and the US, with aid from the cheese eating surrender monkeys, will continue their build up to kill more Arabs, it doesn't matter which, and the type of situation we have seen since the late seventies will continue.
I could go on, I won't but sadly this situation will.