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FUKUS: Cameron refers to Russian "regime" on Russia Day

13.06.2013
 
FUKUS: Cameron refers to Russian

"Regime". A wonderful word conjured up by the biased media controlled by the FUKUS Axis (France-UK-US). One of the wonderful list of words conjured up to create negative images, often associated to "dictators", always the enemies of the lobbies which control western governments, even unelected ones. Google Cameron and Banking. Diplomacy rules...

David Cameron stated in the House of Commons today that the Russian regime has been arming the Syrian regime for decades. Regime, eh? And did the Russian "regime" invade Iraq illegally? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" collude with those who maintained prison camps, concentration camps and torture camps? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" torture prisoners, illegal detainees in Iraq? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" torture kids in Afghanistan? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" send the Mujaheddin into southern Afghanistan to sabotage the socially progressive government, which was forced to ask the USSR for help? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" invade Libya? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" open a torture camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" support terrorist groups in Libya on its own lists of proscribed groups? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" use military equipment to destroy civilian structures in Yugoslavia? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" strafe Yugoslavia with Depleted Uranium? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" deploy illegal weaponry in Iraq, leaving hundreds of thousands of children handicapped or incapacitated? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" strafe Iraqi crops with military aircraft? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" draw up lists of Babylonian artifacts to be stolen by NATO troops? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" lie about Iraq's military programme? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" lie about Saddam Hussein's procurement of yellowcake uranium from Niger? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" copy and paste a thesis from the Internet to sex up the odds against Iraq? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" sell military equipment to Indonesia, ignoring that the "regime" was slaughtering the Maubere population? Thought not.

Did the Russian "regime" target the Gaddafi grandchildren as "legitimate targets"? Thought not. Did the Russian "regime" place boots on the ground in Libya after signing UNSC 1970 and 1973 (2011) forbidding such a mission creep? Thought not.

Conclusion: If the Russian Government believes one single word the British "regime" utters, if the Russian Government accepts one letter of what the British "regime" presents in a document or treaty, is it sane?

Thought not.

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Pravda.Ru

 

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