The English People and Parliament Force Cameron to Back Down

Protestors block Whitehall during a rally against the proposed attack on Syria in central London August 28, 2013. REUTERS-Olivia Harris

Protestors block Whitehall during a rally against the proposed attack on Syria in central London August 28, 2013. REUTERS-Olivia Harris

As outlined below David Cameron, the UK Prime Minister,  has been forced to back down plans to attack Syria. At least temporarily.

It is surprising how the people in the United States have become complacent to war and the never ending abuse of power by Obama. We are on the precipice of World War III and there are no rallies against the government to even follow the Constitution. The same media which condemned Bush for much less serious “offenses” is supporting this regime’s penchant for death. We have death panels under Obamacare, over 100 thousand dead in North Africa and the Middle East, and what may become the most deadly war known to man will become his legacy. Imagine a world war where Russia, China, Syria and Iran are a united bloc against the United States, England and France.

We also have “Congress” on summer vacation. Several lawmakers want John Boehner to call the House back into session now but their pleas are not answered.

I did not think that I would see the day when America would be overshadowed by England in any matters concerning Liberty.

I miss America but I will not forget.

David DeGerolamo

UK’s Cameron forced to delay strike against Syria

Prime Minister David Cameron was forced on Wednesday to push back his plans for an imminent military strike against Syria in a humiliating climb-down for Britain’s leader after coming under fierce domestic and international pressure.

Just a day after recalling Britain’s parliament to vote on how to respond to Syria’s suspected use of chemical weapons, Cameron was ambushed when the opposition Labour party said it wanted greater parliamentary scrutiny and rebel lawmakers in his own ruling Conservative party said they would oppose him.

Earlier on Wednesday, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon had sought more time for inspectors to complete their work, Russia had said it was premature to table a U.N. resolution, and the Labour party had made it clear it wanted clear proof that the Syrian government had used chemical weapons.

Cameron’s failure to execute his original plan of action could hamper efforts by the United States to deliver a swift cruise missile strike against Syria as early as this week, potentially harming London’s alliance with Washington.

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