Simple strategy. Create a crazy enemy in a part of the country you wanted to bomb in the first place and go to war. When in the country bombing that enemy continue and bomb the shit out of the Capital while your at it. And if you don’t think John Key is going to follow suit I’ve got a bridge in the Sahara for sale you might want to buy!
Britain declares war on ISIS and could be bombing Iraq within HOURS: Parliament votes 524 to 43 for air strikes but calls grow for action in Syria too
- British Tornados could start bombing ISIS bases within hours of the vote
- Prime Minister said Britain could not ‘walk on by’ in face of ISIS threat
- He urged and won overwhelming support for military action against militants
- But warned mission will take ‘not just months but years’ as debate begins
- Just 43 MPs voted against airstrikes, including around 24 Labour members
- Labour MP Rushanara Ali quits frontbench to abstain from voting
- Shadow defence secretary sacks aide Iain McKenzie for voting against action
- Came after Ed Miliband backed Iraq action but not action against Syria
- Commons motion rules out action in neighbouring Syria without a vote
- Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby backs military action in Iraq
Britain is to join air strikes against ISIS militants in Iraq after MPs voted overwhelmingly by 524 to 43 to back military action.
Six RAF Tornados are expected to join war planes from the US, France and Arab nations after Parliament staged a six-hour emergency debate on UK intervention.
David Cameron insisted Britain cannot ‘walk on by’ in the face of the threat posed by ‘psychopathic terrorists’.
But divisions emerged over expanding action into neighbouring Syria, with Labour leader Ed Miliband insisting a UN Security Council resolution should be sought first, even though Russia and China are certain to veto it.