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Urgent E-mail to my Mr Stride, MP for Central Devon, further to that of 27-06-17 (below and with automatic response only)

Sarin Use at Khan Sheikhoun in Syria. The Response of the UK Foreign Secretary

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — 30 June 2017 — In a report released by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the OPCW Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) confirmed that people were exposed to sarin, a chemical weapon, on 4 April 2017 in the Khan Shaykhun area, Idlib Province in the Syrian Arab Republic.

(This comes, conveniently, a few days after threats made by Messrs Trump and Spicer.)



The assertion of Mr Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary as broadcast on the BBC Today programme today (30-06-17)

“There is abundant evidence that the Assad regime (or similar) was responsible …..


There has been much talk from the UK about the need to 'topple' President Doctor Bashar Assad, and one assumes in the manner of President Ghaddafi.

Has Mr Johnson been rational in his analysis of the maelstrom in Syria, created by the UK,US, NATO countries , and Israel along with the surrogates in the Arabian Peninsula?

He has shown no balance but only an arrogant disregard for the further loss and maiming of Syrian people, and the creation of yet more terrified refugees.


Some Johnson quotes :-

The message we are sending to the Russians is very, very clear: Do they want to stick with a toxic regime, do they want to be eternally associated with a guy who gases his own people or do they want to work with the Americans and the rest of the G-7 and indeed many other countries for a new future for Syria. | No consensus at G-7 on new sanctions against Russia | Apr 11 2017

Developments in Syria have changed the situation fundamentally. We deplore Russia's continued defense of the [Syrian President Bashar al-]Assad regime even after the chemical-weapons attack on innocent civilians. | As ponders Syria strategy, warplanes return to scene of sarin attack | Apr 08 2017


His competence and coherence last week 4minutes with Eddie Mair on PM    25.50 to  35.40

He was incoherent, even in response to simple questions about the “Queen's Speech' put by Eddie Mair.


Mr Boris Johnson's disposition towards the Syrian Government and its President in particular, is irrational and dangerous. He should have the matches taken from him and be sacked.

David Halpin  FRCS     'No mother and child should be in the least harmed anywhere in our still beautiful world.'

cc to the Foreign Secretary



URGENT 10.44 hrs 27-06-17


US threats to use force against President Dr Assad and the Syrian army 'if chemical weapons are used'.

Dear Mr Stride,    MP for Central Devon

Anything can lead to WW3.  More than ample weapons and mostly psychopaths in charge.  Mr Fallon - Mrs May would conduct a nuclear first strike!!!!!  ?Just maintaining the threat.

Other quotes today - 'decapitation' ie an Hussain or Ghaddafi on President Assad.  A retired US general general - 'we will blow them apart'.  Good legal, rational stuff from a most irrational administration with blood lust in its veins.

The BBC of course, goes along with the assumption, that the killing by gas of civilians in April, was done by the 'regime'.  Cui bono.  The Syrian and Russian governments denied Syrian involvement and called for a UN investigation by the competent body.  Refused by the west.

Mr Fallon supported the US stance on BBC Today with a few small caveats.

A gas attack will be conjured up with the many malevolent actors in the maelstrom created by the US/Israel NATO and the UK.  (After all, MI6 has been there with SAS soldiers from early on).

Missiles will fly, the government of Syria will be destroyed, and more suffering and gross instability will result.  Suffering especially of children.

All this under the 'law' of responsibility to protect.  Blair.  NOT accepted into UN law.

Please speak against this ratcheting up

yours sincerely

David Halpin FRCS