Media: Cameron will ask Beijing to support the plans of London on the bombing of positions of the IG in Syria

The Sunday Mirror announced David Cameron’s intention to support the British government’s plans to send airplanes to Syria to attack IG facilities.




"He (Cameron) will take advantage of the state visit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping, starting tomorrow (October 19), to ask for support in the fight against Islamic State," the newspaper quoted. Look.

According to the publication, Cameron "is interested in avoiding any clashes of Russian fighters and the Royal Air Force, and for this reason he hopes that Xi Jinping will be able to use his influence on Moscow to convince the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria .

"The UK plans to make its goal only the IG," the article says. In addition, the Premier wants to “enlist the guarantees of the official Beijing that China will not interfere with (the steps) of the UK in the UN”.

The Vzglyad reminds that last fall the British Parliament approved the operation of the Royal Air Force only in Iraq. The document does not provide for the participation of the United Kingdom in Syria.
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  1. Irokez 18 October 2015 12: 24 New
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    Beijing and without you comrade "Cameroon" knows what to do.
    1. yan 2015
      yan 2015 18 October 2015 12: 28 New
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      exactly. as they say, whose cow would mumble ... if only your Cameron was silent. we await Comrade Xi's answer.
      1. Baikonur 18 October 2015 12: 36 New
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        I don’t understand at all: will Cameron ask Beijing to support London’s plan?
        What does Beijing have to do with it?
        Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

        This is the type I would ask some interlocutor to support my plans for the repair of the apartment!
        I would have made it anyway!
        But why do I need his approval ???

        1. Halfunra 18 October 2015 12: 51 New
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          So the rollback to Russia continues. Not whining, so croaking.
          Uncle Xi should somehow influence Moscow. And then God forbid we interrupt their planes.
          Question? And did Syria allow them to fly and bomb in their country? hi
          1. Coconut Tima 18 October 2015 14: 42 New
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            London is going to ask the Chinese: “Please tell the Russians that we also want to participate in the banquet. Well, we also seem to be great - right? .. We also want to bomb the Islamists a bit. Let the Russians not shoot down our planes - okay? .. Well, somehow influence them, you have a good relationship - let them not humiliate us very much and not publicly send us to the stump of love. Otherwise, we are very offended ... "
            Politikus.ru
            1. Tatyana 18 October 2015 15: 20 New
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              Quote from the article
              Cameron "is interested in ... convincing the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria."
              А UK plans for approaching victory over Islamic militants in Syria - this (as always with the British towards the end of any historical war) catch the winners - under the liberation influence of Russia in Syria - imagine a certain land "piece" of Syria itself for its neocolonies! I wonder what piece of Syria the British will ask themselves?
              1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 16: 04 New
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                I'm afraid it won’t get to this ...
              2. Nymp 18 October 2015 16: 04 New
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                Quote: Tatiana
                And in the plans of Great Britain, with the approaching victory over the Islamic militants in Syria, this (as always with the British towards the end of any historical war) has time to grab from the winners - under the influence of Russia's liberation influence in Syria - some sort of specific land "piece" of Syria itself your neocolonies!

                I completely agree with you, I even wanted to add it to comets. Anglo-Saxons haunted the success of Russia in the war on terrorism! They need to belittle the edge of the success of the Russian Federation, so that there is reason to say that Russia could not cope, they had to help the poor Russians. This is not our fantasy with you, we see how they interpret the results of the Second World War.
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          2. varov14 19 October 2015 00: 12 New
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            You don’t understand the gentlemen, they just want to ask the Chinese to influence us, not to take off our planes in Syria when they fly over Iraq, the countries are nearby and it scares them very much, suddenly they accidentally touch the wing.
        2. 34 region 18 October 2015 12: 54 New
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          Can they stick? Like we are allies. So slowly digging under the USA.
        3. ZU-23 18 October 2015 12: 59 New
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          They say that Russia will be a vassal of China, and right away they themselves understand that they are asking China for support, I hope that Xi will tell them that you had time to bomb the igles, or advise you to talk to Russia about this.
        4. dmi.pris 18 October 2015 13: 00 New
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          Yes, it’s just that these wise men flush directly to the GDP, they believe that they will immediately be sent to a damn thing.
          Quote: Baikonur
          I don’t understand at all: will Cameron ask Beijing to support London’s plan?
          What does Beijing have to do with it?
          Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

          This is the type I would ask some interlocutor to support my plans for the repair of the apartment!
          I would have made it anyway!
          But why do I need his approval ???
        5. Wlad 18 October 2015 13: 15 New
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          Beijing is very much to do with it! Russia claims that the actions of the coalition in Syria are not legal and are contrary to International Law. Beijing supports Russia in the UN Security Council on issues related to Syria. Thus, no resolutions in the Security Council on Syria that are beneficial to the West can pass. They will not work without China, but in this case, you can scream to the whole world that all are for, only one Russia is against.
          So shaves spin (not on their own initiative, of course) to try to drive a wedge, but at the same time justify their actions. I think so...
          1. ROD VDVshny 18 October 2015 13: 36 New
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            The GDP has repeatedly stated - all flights "in a dream and in reality" with the aim of supporting the highly moderate, weak-temperate, weak-minded, bombing of power substations, the destruction of excavators - are ILLEGAL !!!
            Only the aerospace forces of the Russian Federation destroy terrorists.
            The Englishman is busting - he has no legal right to fly there. Therefore, he wants to ask the Chinese to help and ask Moscow in their own way.
          2. Alexander_ 18 October 2015 13: 58 New
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            Dumb setup for China.
        6. uralex 18 October 2015 13: 23 New
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          Quote: Baikonur
          This is the type I would ask some interlocutor to support my plans for the repair of the apartment!
          I would have made it anyway!
          But why do I need his approval ???

          Moreover, permission from a neighbor from another house, about repairing a neighbor’s apartment from another entrance ...
        7. kil 31 18 October 2015 13: 56 New
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          Quote: Baikonur
          I don’t understand at all: will Cameron ask Beijing to support London’s plan?
          What does Beijing have to do with it?
          Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

          This is the type I would ask some interlocutor to support my plans for the repair of the apartment!
          I would have made it anyway!
          But why do I need his approval ???

          I agree with you completely. The capitalists will ask the hated komunyaks, so that the komunyaks talk with the hated komunyaks, who simply say that they are not komunyaks, but capitalists, but they lie, since they were komunyaks and remained so that the capitalists could calmly do anti. Komunyak democratization with bombs in the Middle East and repainted komunyaki were not indignant. That's how London bent.
        8. Awaz 18 October 2015 14: 42 New
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          In any case, all the money in the world is controlled from London. China, as it were, did not try to look independent, but is very dependent on London and the United States too. And so it’s not clear who is holding anyone by the testicles. But the call to China to support the British version of the bombing is an attempt to put pressure on Russia. Not that Russia and China are great friends, but if China joins the pro-Russian coalition, and not the Anglo-American, it will have some problems. Yes, and if China joins the Anglo-American coalition, there will be an indicative flogging for Russia, such as nobody wants to contact you except as "outcasts" like Hezbollah Iran and so on.
          1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 16: 01 New
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            The Chinese and the Americans exchanged pleasantries a couple of months ago: an explosion in Tyanjin — explosions at 3 chemical plants in the USA — explosions at 3 chemical plants in the PRC — shaking at the Shanghai Stock Exchange — shaking at the New York Stock Exchange, selling Chinese debt securities on China hundreds of billions, explosions at an American military base in Japan, then silence ... a truce along the way .... the pressure is over, blown away ....
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        11. crumb 18 October 2015 16: 37 New
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          Well, it's kind of without Beijing Londongrad can not solve anything at all !!!!!!!! wink
        12. unsinkable 18 October 2015 16: 52 New
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          Quote: Baikonur
          Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

          I think that this is done in order to draw China into the sphere of its business, to drive a wedge between Russia and China. And the second: stupidity does not allow you to turn directly to Russia, so that the black-footed uncle would not think that the arrogant Saxons will work with Russia.
        13. ASG7 18 October 2015 17: 20 New
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          He just wants to put his pig (beloved) under Mr. X. laughing
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        15. Lelek 18 October 2015 19: 56 New
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          Quote: Baikonur
          Why does London support Beijing in this matter?


          Another verbal web of Anglo-Saxon (or verbal diarrhea - as you like).
          Everything is being done in order to narrow the scope of the Russian "field of action" and preserve its offspring-monster ISIS. To do this, even before the Chinese leader, they are ready to dance a polka butterfly. yes
        16. Monos 18 October 2015 22: 38 New
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          http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/225/vuwq355.jpg
      2. askort154 18 October 2015 12: 40 New
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        yan 2015 .... here it is. as they say, whose cow would mumble ... if only your Cameron was silent. we await Comrade Xi's answer.

        In fact, he "trained" not in cows, but in pigs.
        1. avg
          avg 18 October 2015 12: 57 New
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          That licks, already sucks ... what
          when it’s necessary to shave, it’s not necessary to invent an excuse.
        2. maxcor1974 18 October 2015 16: 24 New
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          In fact, he "trained" not in cows, but in pigs.

          I’ll correct it, because at the time of intimacy the pig was dead, it would be more correct to say that Cameron had a connection with pork ...
      3. INVESTOR 18 October 2015 12: 43 New
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        "The UK plans to make its goal only the IG," the article says. In addition, the Premier wants to “enlist the guarantees of the official Beijing that China will not interfere with (the steps) of the UK in the UN”.

        And also apologize for the opium wars and other nasty things, the cunning Chinese will listen and smile ..)))
        1. 34 region 18 October 2015 12: 58 New
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          China will not impede Britain’s moves. So unobtrusively put pressure on China. No need to veto the UN. We must go to the wake of London.
        2. Karlovar 18 October 2015 13: 06 New
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          The Chinese did not forget the Opium Wars !!! Like the Japanese (patriotic elites) did not forget Hiroshima and Nagasaki ... Like the Vietnamese did not forget who fired them with napalm ... Until only the time came to bill ...
      4. Alexey Boukin 18 October 2015 14: 02 New
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        As we see, they began to turn to China with a bow! Everything goes on as usual ...
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    2. Vend 18 October 2015 12: 28 New
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      Britain is trying to save the ISIS project.
      1. The lead 18 October 2015 12: 30 New
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        But the opinion of the Syrian people, Cameron is not interested?
        1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 12: 36 New
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          He somehow didn’t think about it ..., he braked a bit .. Sometimes a guy is worried ...
        2. Rader 18 October 2015 12: 54 New
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          Quote: Lead
          But the opinion of the Syrian people, Cameron is not interested?


          He is not interested in the opinion of his people, it is better to keep silent about the Syrian and other peoples ...
      2. Karlovar 18 October 2015 12: 34 New
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        Or the second, to join the coalition of future winners of the IG ....
      3. 34 region 18 October 2015 12: 59 New
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        Yes, it’s rather trying to save itself before it’s too late. Extra witnesses will be removed along the way. As always, only business!
    3. mirag2 18 October 2015 12: 29 New
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      To the general background, I think the topic will be interesting:
      Slavic Corps and PMC Wagner in Syria:
      A set of volunteers who want to risk their heads for Bashar al-Assad is open in Russia. The Fontanka learned how to get to war, how much the life of a soldier of fortune costs, and what does the famous German mystic anti-Semite have to do with it.
      more on the liberal insider: http: //www.fontanka.ru/2015/10/16/118/
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    5. Aleks28 18 October 2015 12: 37 New
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      Quote: Irokez
      Beijing and without you comrade "Cameroon" knows what to do.

      The Chinese are still the same ... We need to wait for the results. Of course it will be shitty if the Chinese agree ..
    6. vovanpain 18 October 2015 12: 45 New
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      it’s like sharing a wedding cake, I don’t have time to approach, but they wouldn’t touch my piece. And what about Beijing? What’s it? Watching Syria, is it better to turn to Moscow then, and Washington’s room rottweiler.
    7. War and Peace 18 October 2015 12: 57 New
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      Media: Cameron will ask Beijing to support the plans of London on the bombing of positions of the IG in Syria


      Beijing did not agree with Cameron, Anglic planes bombed Syria. This is called coherent international politics ...
    8. Finches 18 October 2015 13: 18 New
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      I think that the Anglo-Saxons will now, through the leader of the PRC, convey to Moscow some of their wishes and proposals! They will offer some kind of compromise ... Because they understand that they started to lose strategically in Syria - maybe they will offer recognition of Crimea and Donbass for Assad’s drain? Which, however, is not the best compromise for us!
    9. viktor561 18 October 2015 23: 08 New
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      It’s a bad thing for Cameron if he asks Beijing to help, so that Russian pilots do not fuck the Royal Air Force in the sky of Syria
    10. gor530 19 October 2015 01: 04 New
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      "Cameron will ask Beijing to support London’s plans to bomb ISIS positions in Syria."

      I would say in a different way: Cameron will ask China to sell normal sights, maybe then the British pilots will start to hit the IS.
    11. Drmadfisher 19 October 2015 01: 10 New
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      somehow I don’t understand from these camerons, but who did they bomb before (and why the blessing of China?)
  2. tatarin_ru 18 October 2015 12: 25 New
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    As many as two bombers will destroy one escalator and some kind of hospital, after which Cameron will say that he almost defeated the IS alone.

    But the rhetoric of the defective begins to change - they begin to ask permission.
    1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 12: 38 New
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      Permissions began to be asked through the mediation of China from Russia !!! ... Something big died in Washington ...
      1. Genry 18 October 2015 12: 55 New
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        Here lies another ...
        Could not in Iraq, now they’re not being able to reach Syria.
        Inconsistency!
      2. Luga 18 October 2015 13: 03 New
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        Quote: tatarin_ru
        But the rhetoric of the defective begins to change - they begin to ask permission.

        Quote: tatarin_ru
        Permissions began to be asked through the mediation of China from Russia !!! ...

        How else? Without permission it’s scary, and asking permission is even worse. For 20 years, they kicked a sleeping bear and shot at him from around the corner when he woke up. And now, again, it was his desire to go to the forest. It’s kind of dumb without permission (“I’ll point it out, Slavik”), and ask for permission, so it’s necessary to approach the bear ... So they send a messenger: can we, too ... this ... well ... into the forest?

        Quote: Karlovar
        Something big died in Washington ...

        laughing hi
        There is nothing large left. Bigger than a rat, well, maybe the biggest one is a skunk. With all its features laughing
  3. MIKHAN 18 October 2015 12: 26 New
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    Asks ... This is already interesting! In general ...
  4. Wiruz 18 October 2015 12: 27 New
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    Looks very bad at the inhabitants of foggy Albion, if they turn to China for help what
    1. kotvov 18 October 2015 12: 56 New
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      It seems that the inhabitants of foggy Albion are doing very bad things if they turn to China for help,
      Usually: this is to say later, we plowed.
  5. roskot 18 October 2015 12: 27 New
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    But talking to Moscow yourself is weak. Beijing was needed. The British Chitoseurs. All by the wrong hands.
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      He is shy ...
  6. Nevsky_ZU 18 October 2015 12: 27 New
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    and for this reason he hopes that Xi Jinping will be able to use his influence on Moscow in order to convince the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria. ”


    Well, well ... even Taiwan, do not forget to call in a coalition for a couple with Japan. Something shrinking public leaders of the Anglo-Saxons. What did the real shadow gentlemen conceive there, or did the center of gravity shift from the West, and capitalism has no homeland? Eh, it is not clear request
    1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 12: 57 New
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      On October 16, they turned their attention to the changing rhetoric of our local liberals Nadezhdin and another of his compatriots with a sly grin on their faces? So they were insinuating in agitated voices, no matter how much, for the prospect of Russia joining the EU !!! Which, in their opinion, and their master, would imply a reversal of Russia from the eastern (Chinese) vector. It can be seen that new manuals were received from the owner! Looks like the owner strongly sticks to the Russian-Chinese rapprochement !!!
  7. Mountain shooter 18 October 2015 12: 28 New
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    Normal position of the small brittons. Though in words, but to embroil Russia with China. They have been spoiling Russia for several hundred years, as they can, have lost their empire, but their ambitions, ambitions. IMHO, China will simply remain silent, as usual.
  8. udincev 18 October 2015 12: 29 New
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    In addition, the prime minister wants to “secure official Beijing’s guarantees that China will not impede (steps) Britain to the UN
    Obviously, some kind of dirty trick is plotted if the UN is afraid.
    1. Rader 18 October 2015 13: 02 New
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      Quote: udincev
      In addition, the prime minister wants to “secure official Beijing’s guarantees that China will not impede (steps) Britain to the UN
      Obviously, some kind of dirty trick is plotted if the UN is afraid.


      Do not go to the fortuneteller ... But this is exactly what Kemiron wants from C, I still do not understand what Any guarantees of non-compliance with the UK Air Force by the Russian Air Force? And what does China have to do with it ???
  9. BLOND 18 October 2015 12: 30 New
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    Ha ha ha !!!
    It is like:
    David Cameron to Beijing - Let's be friends in Syria, but against Russia !?
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    yan 2015 18 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    I don’t think that Chinese friends are so naive. so modestly they will smile and nod their heads. and condemn .. my yours do not understand.
  11. Aandrewsir 18 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    And how will the cameron ask? "Buzz". kneeling? And why is it possible for the British to "stand in the way of the implementation of Russian plans in Syria, and the Russians can not stand in the way of the realization of the British? Wouldn’t the Cameron go ...? Or let him crawl on our belly and beg Putin!
  12. Frigate 18 October 2015 12: 31 New
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    According to the publication, Cameron "is interested in avoiding any clashes of Russian fighters and the Royal Air Force, and for this reason he hopes that Xi Jinping will be able to use his influence on Moscow to convince the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria .

    Looks like their pilots really got into a mess, despite the permission to open fire on Russian planes. Looks on deep channels, they are the Russian Foreign Ministry, someone said. ))))
  13. Vasyan1971 18 October 2015 12: 34 New
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    "... Cameron" is interested in avoiding any hassles of Russian fighters and the Royal Air Force ... "
    Really! And I even know why he is interested. And I even know that the Royal Air Force pilots are also interested in avoiding any clashes with Russian fighters. Everyone wants to live! And the Indians have recently demonstrated the prospects of our machines clearly.
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    NKV 18 October 2015 12: 34 New
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    What is so difficult? Let Xi Jingping explain to this malachol that the only way to send British planes to Syria is to agree with Putin, all the more so he invited everyone to join his coalition!
    1. demoniac1666 18 October 2015 13: 05 New
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      What is so difficult? Let Xi Jingping explain to this malachol that the only way to send British planes to Syria is to agree with Putin, all the more so he invited everyone to join his coalition!

      Or maybe he wants to use the Chinese as mediators in negotiations with Comrade Putin? It’s direct, it’s bothering)))))))))))))) Type: Putin is the aggressor and all that))) Well, or an attempt to drive a wedge between us and China, break the coalition))))))))))) We will see)))) hi
    2. 34 region 18 October 2015 13: 05 New
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      Or maybe we do not need such helpers. Then they will share the cake. We also participated in the race! We know their participation, open beer on the ski run!
    3. Karlovar 18 October 2015 13: 12 New
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      Most likely it will...
  15. Alexander 3 18 October 2015 12: 37 New
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    Small-shaven bombs will go to bow. Here's the news. And what do you want to do with us?
  16. Stinger 18 October 2015 12: 38 New
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    Explicitly conceived disgusting and wants China in the UN Security Council to support this disgusting, and not apply the veto. Leopard change his spots. We know these "implementation of British plans in Syria."
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      In the UN Security Council and one Russian veto is enough ... It seems that Cameron just ponte before the voters ...
  17. Vladimir 1964 18 October 2015 12: 38 New
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    According to the publication, Cameron "is interested in avoiding any clashes of Russian fighters and the Royal Air Force, and for this reason he hopes that Xi Jinping will be able to use his influence on Moscow to convince the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria .


    As an option, one can consider the version of the attempt to "manage to divide the pie", Russia's success quite clearly guarantees the defeat of ISIS in Syria, the Anglo-Saxons can not help but participate in at least the final, so that later it would be like in the anecdote "We plowed, I and the tractor" .

    Somehow as an option. hi
  18. Dezinto 18 October 2015 12: 40 New
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    Want to bomb ig, bomb! Who will bother you? What are these complex twists? They are already trying to turn everything upside down so that they want to destroy the terrorists, and the Russian air force may start to shoot them down!?!? So what?
  19. mamont5 18 October 2015 12: 41 New
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    Quote: Alex28
    Quote: Irokez
    Beijing and without you comrade "Cameroon" knows what to do.

    The Chinese are still the same ... We need to wait for the results. Of course it will be shitty if the Chinese agree ..

    What will they agree to? Talk to GDP? So it’s always welcome. What about the results? Excuse me...
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      Quote: mamont5
      What will they agree to? Talk to GDP? So it’s always welcome. What about the results? Excuse me...

      Look deeper .. A conversation with Putin is not a goal ..
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      The Chinese will say: Uncle Vova gave you, verbatim, quote, you went to ......
  20. MATROSKIN-53 18 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    Well done, damn it! Again they try to cling to someone else’s glory, open a second front ?! Ghouls, their mother!
  21. piter-tank 18 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    The Naglo-Saxons clearly lost touch with reality, with international law. In order to bomb Syria, they talk with China! Have you tried to negotiate with Assad? I'm losing weight with them!
    1. Zumich 18 October 2015 13: 06 New
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      I fully support, about the lawful power of Syria, complete Ignor, REVEALED.
      It is the same if Russia or another country speaks at its maximum at the UN, at least creates a coalition and bombs the United States in defense of the Indians dying on the reservation, the analogy is complete.
  22. VNP1958PVN 18 October 2015 12: 43 New
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    C of course will not send directly ... But I think the GDP will call!
  23. cniza 18 October 2015 12: 51 New
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    [quote = Baikonur] I did not understand at all: will Cameron ask Beijing to support the London plan?
    What does Beijing have to do with it?
    Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

    And why not ask Assad, they think they are confused to drive a wedge between Russia and China.
  24. sabakina 18 October 2015 12: 52 New
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    Media: Cameron asks Beijing to support London's plans for bombardment of IG positions In Syria

    Khe khe khe ... Excuse me, but what if London bombed the coalition for a year?
    And secondly. I have some kind of de javu ... In 1944, what was it like?
    1. 34 region 18 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      It was. And they liked it so much that they want to repeat it. Someone else's hands! Someone works, fights, and someone shares and takes away. There is such a worldview, divide and take away.
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    Such casuistry that you are amazed ... How is it in the saying ?: "And the cancer necks are separate ..."
  26. Fox_1959 18 October 2015 13: 04 New
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    to convince the Russian side not to stand in the way of the implementation of British plans in Syria

    There was nothing to poke your dick in a pig’s mouth. Now to such a pig ... only live near the bucket
  27. NKV
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    Still, it was Uncle Vova who specifically pinched their tail, since they don’t already know who to kiss the gum with)
  28. EDDI 76 18 October 2015 13: 16 New
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    and Volodya do not have enough courage to ask? quite brains in the fog in the English
  29. Junior, I 18 October 2015 13: 27 New
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    Cool, they are trying to push us with their foreheads with the Chinese! At the same time remove us from Syria. It’s smart, but not with us and the Chinese to do such a trick.
    All the same, a hard drug is present in their diet.
  30. morozik 18 October 2015 13: 28 New
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    Uncle Vova apparently made a condition - you will bomb under one condition: all those who have been explored by us, into our boiler, and bomb according to our target designations ... A step to the side, a jump on the spot will be regarded as an escape to Isil with the corresponding consequences
  31. Evil Kind 18 October 2015 13: 29 New
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    Well, everything is clear here. Since strikes without the permission of the official authorities of Syria (Assad) are not legal under international law, they want to partially legitimize them. Moreover, if China approves, it turns out that it will approve a violation of international law. myself and partially tear it away from us. I think the Chinese are not stupid and will answer diplomatically simply: "We support the attack on ISIS ..... in accordance with international law."
  32. Denis DV 18 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    It can be seen in the plans of the British war with terrorists is not included. What plans is he talking about? Probably not only the Turks sucked free oil.
    1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 15: 45 New
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      Moreover, I think that Europe and the United States calculated, with absolute chaos in Libya, Iraq, and Syria, to suck smuggled oil through the IG on a non-sickly scale of 20 thalers, gaining a competitive advantage over China, which buys oil on the stock exchange at 50 ... Of course, China is the combination categorically does not suit ... And along the way, the Americans calculated to bend Russia by lowering oil prices (in any case, they would buy oil even cheaper (up to 3-5 thalers) through the IG than China) ....
  33. Zheka40 18 October 2015 13: 36 New
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    Dumb, Dumber
  34. marshes 18 October 2015 13: 40 New
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    It smacks of world conspiracy. laughing
    Britain-China, the Rothschilds, Hong Kong (Hong Kong) -British Economic Law, HSBC-all in a bunch ... laughing
    1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 15: 47 New
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      The Chinese remember very well that the Rothschilds were the founders of the East India Company, with whose hands the Opium Wars were waged ...
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        Quote: Karlovar
        The Chinese remember very well that the Rothschilds were the founders of the East India Company, with whose hands the Opium Wars were waged ...

        And what do the Chinese actively collaborate with them?
  35. olimpiada15 18 October 2015 13: 46 New
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    Cameron, you have no right to bomb any country other than Great Britain.
    And there’s nothing to urge anyone else to do.
    An attack on any other country, bypassing international law, is called aggression.
    Cameron, you are an aggressor, because the Syrian President does not invite you to Syria and you do not have a UN mandate, therefore you are an aggressor.
  36. Belarus 18 October 2015 14: 11 New
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    Interestingly, the UK is trying to enlist the support of China in bombing ISIS positions in Syria which (bombing) are de jure illegal. There is no decision of the UN Security Council and there is no invitation from the legitimate Syria. As they say, the Anglo-Saxons are trying to drive to China on a lame goat.
    1. Karlovar 18 October 2015 15: 50 New
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      Anglo-Saxons (Cameron, not even Anglo-Saxon at all, upbringing) arrogantly consider the Chinese dumber than their loved ones))))))
  37. individual 18 October 2015 14: 27 New
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    Quote:
    "Only friendship can be worse than the war with the Anglo-Saxons."
    This should always be remembered!
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    I hope Xi Jinping will respond to this "comrade" in the spirit of:
    "You do not need to ask me this, but the legitimately elected Syrian President Bashar al-Assad."
  39. Dynamic systems 18 October 2015 15: 09 New
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    Looks like the Saudis cried to this prostitute for a kick from Sochi and threatened to take out their gold from London if they did not affect Russia ... the first step through China.
    However, in China they remember well who poisoned the population with opium and what the words from London are equal to.
    You can see the stigma in the cannon from the Angels from the "affairs" in Syria ...
  40. Zomanus 18 October 2015 15: 11 New
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    And this is what interests me.
    And Cameron has nowhere else to bomb?
    There is still Iraq, for example, Libya ...
    Why did all of these go to Syria?
    We cover Syria and nefig climb into our clearing.
    If you want to help, then only under our gaze.
    We’ll cut it, we’ll set goals, then we’ll come and check.
    And according to the results of the work done, we will talk further.
    Otherwise, no way ...
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      "We cut it,"

      Dear Zomanus! Will you personally chop? You personally Bashar al-Assad, or the people of Syria have endowed with the authority vested and control?
  41. propolsky 18 October 2015 15: 17 New
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    What everyone remembered about Syria when Russia began to restore order by sweeping out all the rubbish with a filthy broom. Maybe they want to participate in the sharing of interests in the postwar period?
    1. ssn18 18 October 2015 19: 52 New
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      Maybe they want to participate in the sharing of interests in the postwar period?

      And so it has always been and there is nothing to be surprised at. If you read the history and memoirs of the Second World War, you can understand this. Whoever didn’t stand at the Victory Pie, even the distant African countries, which the WWII did not touch any side.
      Jodl, signing the act of unconditional surrender of Germany, pointing to the representatives of the petite shaven and amphibian eaters sarcastically asked: "And are they winners too?" I think that in his words there was a rational kernel.
  42. atamankko 18 October 2015 15: 24 New
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    Beyond these stinkers there is no one in the world.
  43. sounddoc 18 October 2015 16: 15 New
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    Quote: Baikonur
    I don’t understand at all: will Cameron ask Beijing to support London’s plan?
    What does Beijing have to do with it?
    Why does London support Beijing in this matter?

    This is the type I would ask some interlocutor to support my plans for the repair of the apartment!
    I would have made it anyway!
    But why do I need his approval ???

    Dear Baikonur, the answer is simple and clear: this is the usual strengthening of rhetoric - with the help of Uncle X, make the last Chinese warning to the enemy! There remains a sheer small amount - to determine the enemy ...
  44. Wolka 18 October 2015 16: 21 New
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    who didn’t have time, he was late, the Britons offered you, you refused, now your time is up, now it’s your business to observe and draw conclusions in advance, and God forbid, do not try to crap ...
  45. Leeder 18 October 2015 17: 17 New
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    But who is it to bomb?
    Until now, the Anti-Igil coalition has failed to identify who is moderate and who is a less moderate terrorist ..
  46. Jurkovs 18 October 2015 17: 18 New
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    Cameron asks Beijing to support London's plans to bomb ISIS positions in Syria

    According to the principle: yesterday the elephant was beaten and I kicked once.
  47. Turkir 18 October 2015 17: 23 New
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    Apparently someone, I suspect Obama, told Cameron that he, Cameron, is the number one politician in the world.
    Therefore, Cameron holds his finger so as not to forget about it.
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      "Apparently someone, I suspect Obama, told Cameron that he, Cameron, is the number one politician in the world."

      Inspired. In the native SA, the foremen (warrant officers) had a favorite saying: "They put a uniform on you, they said that you are a soldier, but you believed?" This is about the same opera.
  48. GDV
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    Bestiality is a terrible sin.
  49. afrikanez 18 October 2015 17: 50 New
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    The United States and England are not very different from each other. How the Americans bomb, we all already know. The British, I think, will be even cooler. Not only hospitals will bomb, but also something else that will not be related to ISIS at all.
  50. dchegrinec 18 October 2015 18: 04 New
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    Strange comrade this Cameron! In Russian speaking, if not a man. Storms him from corner to corner in political decisions. Anything, if only not as it should.
  51. Andrew 18 October 2015 18: 24 New
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    Feverishly looking for a way how, under the guise of supposedly bombing, to supply the IS with ammunition, etc.
  52. Shurik70 18 October 2015 19: 09 New
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    As I understand it, the power plants in Iraq are over, now in Syria they want to bomb the infrastructure. But Russia is in the way, it’s scary to fly when it’s near.
  53. ssn18 18 October 2015 19: 35 New
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    Axis, another patient with megalomania. Maybe I missed something, but who delegated the right to this clown Cameron to speak on behalf of the people and the legitimate government of Syria. Campaign "skillfulness" is a contagious disease.
  54. ssn18 18 October 2015 20: 11 New
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    Hopes for the presence of international lawyers at the forum are not enough, but I would like to hear (read) the opinion of knowledgeable people in this topic. Is it possible to attract Cameron to incite interference in the affairs of sovereign states, although the price of international courts is clear to everyone, but setting a precedent, albeit a small one, is a step in the direction of pressing individual noses.
  55. Vladimir Pozlnyakov 18 October 2015 20: 24 New
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    Impudently Saxons are completely confused! Soon Kim Jong-un will be asking for help!
  56. xin-l 18 October 2015 21: 23 New
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    I didn’t enter this Cameron paradigm at all, I read it twice, even if the PRC suddenly for no reason goes crazy and does not veto the no-fly zone, which I doubt very much, then Russia certainly will. And what are Mr. Kemeron’s plans for Syria? It's like - We would also like to open a second front when you defeat everyone there. Dump Syria - this is a priori member of the CSTO and there will be our naval and air base.
  57. mitrich 18 October 2015 21: 30 New
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    We noticed how they fussed, ran like cockroaches, all pi.ndosy-shaved and others like them, when we began to beat cannibals in an Obamkavian way? They were afraid that the second-front warriors are disgraceful that they would not be able to keep up with their leaky spoons of pi.der for mass. They climbed again to post, so that later they would yell at everything.
    And as for the Chinese, I think that something unintelligible, in the style of Leopold's cat, both yours and ours will fade again. Our pagoda with the edge ....
  58. chief.matros 18 October 2015 21: 52 New
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    cunning Saxons are trying to get in here too, China asked Russia for such an offer, they want to gain combat experience for their pilots, apparently?
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  60. ilyaches 19 October 2015 08: 05 New
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    What Americans didn’t ask for permission?