May: I Would Press Nuclear Button

Question: “Are you prepared to authorise a nuclear strike that could kill hundreds of thousands of men, women and children?”

Theresa May: “Yes.”

Boom! 

mdi-timer 18th July 2016 @ 4:51 pm 18th Jul 2016 @ 4:51 pm mdi-comment Comments
Rich’s Monday Morning View

War540

mdi-timer 9th May 2016 @ 8:00 am 9th May 2016 @ 8:00 am mdi-comment Comments
Does Thornberry Want to Respond to Falklands Hero? “No, Not Really”

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Emily Thornberry began this Talk Radio interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer by saying we should talk to the Argies about the Falklands, and it did not get much better from there. Asked if she wanted to respond to the views of Falklands veteran Rear Admiral Chris Parry CBE, the Shadow Defence Secretary replied: “No, not really”. McBride still has work to do…

mdi-timer 30th March 2016 @ 4:47 pm 30th Mar 2016 @ 4:47 pm mdi-comment Comments
MoD Statement on First RAF Air Strikes in Syria

Following the vote in the House of Commons last night, Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 aircraft flew their first offensive operation against Daesh terrorist targets inside Syria.

The mainstay of Daesh’s financial income is derived from exploitation of a number of oilfields that they hold. These are overwhelmingly located in Daesh’s heartlands in eastern Syria. Several of these oilfields have already been effectively targeted by other coalition partners; RAF aircraft and precision weaponry are well suited to attacking, with low collateral risk, this type of target.

Overnight, RAF Tornado GR4s, supported by a Voyager air refuelling tanker and a Reaper, and operating in conjunction with other coalition aircraft, employed Paveway IV guided bombs to conduct strikes against six targets within the extensive oilfield at Omar, 35 miles inside Syria’s eastern border with Iraq. The Omar oilfield is one of the largest and most important to Daesh’s financial operations, and represents over 10% of their potential income from oil. Carefully selected elements of the oilfield infrastructure were targeted, ensuring the strikes will have a significant impact on Daesh’s ability to extract the oil to fund their terrorism.

Coalition air operations have already degraded Daesh’s front-line military capabilities and have assisted the Iraqi ground forces in liberating some 30% of the territory that the terrorists initially seized in that country during the summer of 2014. By extending RAF offensive operations into Syria, our aircraft are now able to help dismantle the means by which Daesh plan, direct and sustain their campaign of terror.

Before our aircrew conducted their attacks, as is normal they used the aircraft’s advanced sensors to confirm that no civilians were in the proximity of the targets, who might be placed at risk. Our initial analysis of the operation indicates that the strikes were successful.

Sound.

mdi-timer 3rd December 2015 @ 10:12 am 3rd Dec 2015 @ 10:12 am mdi-comment Comments
Labour MPs Sent Images of Dead Children By Sick Anti-War Campaigners

Labour MPs who have yet to make up their minds on tonight’s vote have been inundated with graphic images of dead Syrian children sent by anti-war protesters. The bloody photos are too distressing to publish in full, and include images of babies and toddlers killed in Syria in an attempt to convince MPs to vote against war. This was sent to Labour MP Melanie Onn:

This was sent to Stella Creasy:

The intimidation against pro-intervention Labour MPs continues…

mdi-timer 2nd December 2015 @ 3:46 pm 2nd Dec 2015 @ 3:46 pm mdi-comment Comments
Packed Commons for Debate on “Terrorist Sympathisers”

The Commons is currently debating whether or not the Labour leadership are “terrorist sympathisers”. Doesn’t this just remind everyone that Corbyn and McDonnell actually are terrorist sympathisers?

They might get round to discussing the war some time this evening…

mdi-timer 2nd December 2015 @ 12:29 pm 2nd Dec 2015 @ 12:29 pm mdi-comment Comments
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