Cameron adds his voice to chemical weapons warning in Syria

August 23, 2012SYRIA - British Prime Minister David Cameron has joined President Barack Obama in warning Syria the use of chemical weapons would trigger a re-think in their approach. The rise in western rhetoric came as unverified footage showed Syrian tanks on the streets of Damascus. Opposition activists reported 40 people were killed in bombardments timed with the departure of the United Nations observer mission. Heavy shelling has also continued in suburbs across Aleppo as both regime forces and Syria rebels claim to be gaining ground. The plight of civilians remains the focus for the UN’s Emergency Relief Coordinator, Valerie Amos: “The humanitarian situation has worsened since my visit in March. The most urgent and growing needs are for health care, shelter, food, water and sanitation. There are serious public health issues in the school buildings that are being used as shelters.” In such a school, those taking refuge blame the president for their plight. More than 500 families have fled the fighting in nearby Aleppo and no one knows when they will be able to return home. –Euro News
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4 Responses to Cameron adds his voice to chemical weapons warning in Syria

  1. servaline says:

    Haven’t we heard this before [?]

    On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 7:20 AM, The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond wrote:

    > ** > The Extinction Protocol posted: “August 23, 2012 SYRIA – British > Prime Minister David Cameron has joined President Barack Obama in warning > Syria the use of chemical weapons would trigger a re-think in their > approach. The rise in western rhetoric came as unverified footage showed > Syri”

  2. Dennis E. says:

    I do not think Syria would or will use Chemical Weapons on its population other than Tear Gas or some sort type of non-lethal crowd control agent. It’s Chemical Arsenal is meant for Israel.
    Then on the other hand, I could be wrong. While it is true that reports coming out of Syria revealing movement or preparation for movement of these weapons may be due to ensuring their security and keeping them out of the hands of extreme groups that would use them.
    In the news, Russia has warned the west about taking action in Syria, so let us hope that this is just a political statement to warn Syria with no military back bone to it.

  3. Sam Beckett says:

    I read this & laugh……over 20,000 Syrian civilians have been murdered thus far & grows each day, yet that is not “cause” enough for the United Nations (with America leading the charge) to put an end to this. BUT if chemical weapons kill just one person, then “we must get involved” haha how moronic, careless, brainless & so on our leaders are. However, maybe it is because getting “involved” to “stop” innocent civilians from being murdered has no value for the United States…no oil like in Iraq..no money, power & so on to be had..maybe those are the real reasons we have not got involved yet

    • StevenJ says:

      Sam: Sadly, you make a good point. What does it really matter how they’re killed – dead is dead, whether from bullets or botulism… It’s probably not so much the fear of them using WMD on their own people as the fear they (or extremists) will use them on their neighbor (or us). Pretty hypocritical, and as you point out, shows a callous disregard for human life by both tge Syrian government and the West in general.

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