Poland rejects participation in military strike on Syria.
While David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, has allegedly been forced to put off his plans to support a military attack against Syria after the increased national and international opposition against a military strike on Damascus, his counterpart from Poland, the Prime Minister Donald Tusk, said in an official press event that Poland will not participate in a military attack on Syria and this rejection of a participation in a military strike on Syria by Poland is a small but good surprise.
Thus, Poland’s Prime Minister Donald Tusk has rejected the possibility of a participation by Warsaw in a military attack on Damascus and it seems that even the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, has put of his plans to support a war against Syria due to the increasing domestic and international pressure. However, in terms of David Cameron’s next U-turn, it is to say that it sounds more like a rumour so far.
At least, the Polish Prime Minister said yesterday that his country does “not plan to participate in any kind of intervention in Syria,” and that nobody has currently a real solution on how to stop the violence and bloodshed of the Syrian conflict. A military intervention / military strike on Syria will not help the Syrian people.
According to reports about the stance of David Cameron in terms of a military strike on Syria, it is reported that David Cameron has put off his plans to support a military attack on Damascus after coming under an increased pressure in Britain and on the international stage.
The efforts by the UK government over the recent days to garner support for a military intervention (better call it a war) in Syria was not supported by many. There is an increased opposition by lawmakers from the major political parties in Britain and this even includes some members of the British Labour Party.
In addition, the famous Downing Street in London has seen again similar protests by anti-war supports as those who were carried out in the time of the baseless and senseless war against Iraq in 2003 – another war without real evidence, but based on lies and propaganda. Hello, Tony! As long as the war criminal Tony Blair is out of prison in Britain, nobody can trust the British parties in terms of such questions as do what Washington wants or reject the US orders in terms of wars and plots against sovereign states.
Many anti-war supporters have raised their opposition to a potential military strike against Damascus and also John Rees from the “Stop the War Coalition” is opposed to a military attack on Syria, of course. According to John Rees, only “nine percent in the latest UK poll think that this attack on Syria is a good idea.” In addition, a similar poll in the United States showed the same – the majority of Americans is opposed to a military strike against Damascus by the U.S. military. At least.
Meanwhile, the British Prime Minister David Cameron has recalled all MPs of the parliament for another „emergency session in regards of Syria” on Thursday. As mentioned in a previous article about the current events in Britain, the majority of the British MPs want to wait till the UN chemical inspectors in Syria finished their investigations of several locations in the Arab nation (Jobar and other suburbs of Damascus, Khan al-Assal near Aleppo, Homs,…).
According to the information from the UK, a second vote on a military attack against Syria will be held after the UN chemical weapons investigation team in Syria has released its results of the investigations whether chemical weapons have been used inside Syria.
Meanwhile, there is even a good statement of a former French Minister in terms of a military strike and war on Damascus. However, the statement comes from a French Minister who has already shown that he has balls when he has rejected the war against Iraq in 2003. It is about the former French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin.
The former French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin made some new remarks in terms of the possible military strike on Syria and said that a war on Syria is no appropriate solution to the conflict and crisis in this country of the Middle East.
Dominique de Villepin said, that he does not believe that a “military quick-fix” is the “appropriate solution” to the complex crisis in Syria. Dominique de Villepin further said in his interview from Wednesday:
“What sense is there in European- or Western-led action if it is conducted outside of the remit of international law, even without any efficiency rationale…” (Dominique de Villepin)
One just can agree.