Where Russian President Putin had launched a flank which could lead to the complete destruction of the ISIS and al-Qaeda terrorists’ base in Syria and Iraq, the British have now intervened aggressively against that flank, which the whole planet desperately needs.
British Prime Minister Cameron’s current frenetic deployment aims to enforce the opposed war policy, the disastrous war policy of Tony Blair, George W. Bush, Barack Obama — British agents and puppets. Cameron insists: No, don’t destroy the base of the terrorists murdering in the Mideast and Europe. Assad must be overthrown as President of Syria first.
And British puppet Obama has repeated, throughout the past week: No cooperation against ISIS, the precondition is that Russia must agree that Assad has to be thrown out first.
The British monarchy and financial empire insist: Don’t go after ISIS’ funders and arms suppliers in Saudi Arabia; don’t go after its facilitator in the Turkish government. Above all, don’t challenge the British-Saudi policy of regime-change wars carried out by Bush and Obama, which has knowingly created and spread ISIS and driven hundreds of thousands of desperate refugees into Europe.
To France and other nations, the British order: Don’t enter a partnership with Russia and call the United States to join it to destroy ISIS; but demand that Assad must go first. Don’t seize the chance offered by Putin’s recent openly global role, backed by China’s offer to extend the New Silk Road development into the Mideast.
At the same time the British royals are preparing to head up the Paris COP21 “global warming” conference and direct it to their obsession — reducing the human population. Prince Charles, chosen to keynote that conference, claimed in an interview Nov. 21 that climate change is the cause of the genocidal wars in the Mideast and North Africa — not Tony Blair, not George W. Bush and Barack Obama, but climate change caused those wars.
And British puppet Obama repeated, in a speech Nov. 21, that “climate change is the number-one national security threat to the United States.”
Is he insane? No, he’s a puppet of the British monarchy and the British financial empire, and of Wall Street.
Lyndon LaRouche has insisted on this. Obama is a British puppet and a president of perpetual wars and drone murders. He has to be removed from office. Then, to recover, “everything we have to do in the United States has to go to the principles that President Franklin Roosevelt represented against Wall Street. There will be no peace until the British monarchy is overthrown,” LaRouche said on Nov. 22.
Pay attention to LaRouche’s insistence on this, it means the future of mankind.
British Prime Minister David Cameron was in Paris, yesterday morning, one day before French President Francois Hollande goes to Washington to meet with President Obama. Cameron offered the French the use of the RAF Akrotiri airbase in Cyprus. He said that it is his “firm conviction” that Britain must participate in air strikes in Syria, and that he would set out Britain’s “comprehensive strategy for tackling [isis]” later this week.
In an op-ed published by the Telegraph, Sunday night, Cameron wrote that he would be presenting his case for British military intervention in Syria to the House of Commons on Nov. 26 in the form of a reply to the Foreign Affairs Committee. That Committee concluded in a report released on Nov. 2 that a British military intervention in Syria without a strategy for defeating ISIS and settling the Syrian conflict would have a marginal effect at best and would be “incoherent” at worst.
In his reply, Cameron said that he will be
While most observers seem to be expecting a vote on Cameron’s war to take place in the first week of December, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon poured cold water on this expectation during a press conference, yesterday morning. He said the speed with which Cameron put the issue to a vote would depend on MPs, but indicated it was unlikely to be as early as next week, reported the Guardian. “A lot of new MPs understandably want to be sure there is a political track to this as well that we are working with everyone in the region to create a more comprehensive moderate government in the region to bring long-term security after the striking has finished,” he said.
Whatever the British decide to do, they should do it in cooperation with Russia, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Russian television, Sunday, “so that the steps are not directed at destroying the statehood of Syria.” Zakharova cited remarks by the Syrian ambassador in Moscow, in which he indicated that countries that coordinate their military actions with Russia are regarded by Syria as coordinating their actions with Syria.
Once again, the British Royal Family is personally stepping forward to lead the fight for the genocide program they seek to impose on the world in the name of the “anthropogenic climate change” hoax. Prince Charles is not only scheduled to give a keynote speech at the UN COP21 Climate Change summit which opens in Paris on Nov. 30. Three days earlier, Queen Elizabeth, her would-be mortal virus consort, Prince Philip, and their unfortunate offspring Charles will descend on the isle of Malta, to take the lead in the Nov. 27-29 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), where climate change is a key issue on the agenda.
Commonwealth Secretary General Kamalesh Sharma wrote in the Times of Malta on Nov. 22, that the Commonwealth countries, representing a third of the world’s people, could accelerate implementation of such global schemes. He reported that more than half of the Commonwealth nations are small island states—key targets of the lie of CO2-induced “rising seas” hysteria.
In 2009, when the Commonwealth’s biennal summit also occurred on eve of the world UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) summit — that one in Copenhagen — Queen Elizabeth famously opened that CHOGM summit in Trinidad and Tobago with a speech ordering her subjects around the world to ensure that a binding agreement be imposed at the Copenhagen UNFCCC COP15 summit which was to follow.
The Queen failed royally in Copenhagen. “I went to Copenhagen in 2009, and that really ended in disaster, frankly,” Prince Charles admits in just-released clips of an interview with Sky News, scheduled to be aired in Britain in full.
The Prince’s interview threatens to make the Royal family an international laughing stock. Taped three weeks ago, the addled Prince argues that the war in Syria is driven by climate change!
Quoth the would-be heir to that unfortunate throne: “There’s very good evidence indeed that one of the major reasons for this horror in Syria, funnily enough, was a drought that lasted for about five or six years, which meant that huge numbers of people in the end had to leave the land.” And droughts come from CO2.
Asked if there was a direct link between climate change, conflict and terrorism, he added:
American statesman Lyndon LaRouche drily suggested that the Prince’s diapers need changing.