Sunday, 22 November 2015
Brooking Lays Into Corbyn as Cameron Prepares for War.
With the United Nations Security Council effectively clearing the path for Prime Minister David Cameron to send British war planes into bomb I.S. targets in Syria The Blue Guerilla's Roving Reporter Geoff Brooking put the Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn firmly in his box this morning by calling the Leader of the Opposition, "A Left Wing Firebrand who live in Cloud Cuckoo Land."
Speaking in a phone in with Tory Boy Andrew Pierce, TBG attack dog Brooking said that he could not believe Jeremy Corbyn's stance on the issue.
"Last week in was Paris, yesterday it was Mali, today there was chaos in Brussels. Next week it could be London."
"This is exactly why we need to show solidarity with our Western allies in order to defeat the filthy evil that is ISIS."
"Otherwise we would be relying on other countries to Britain's dirty work for us."
It wasn't just Corbyn who got an earful.
TBG Boy Brooking went on to call for Foreign Affairs Select Committee Chairman Crispin Blunt to think "long and hard" and for Mr Cameron to act "as soon as possible in the national interest."
Earlier in the week Brooking wrote in the Daily Express:
"For far too long now Britain has been too reliant on the defences of other nations in beating the terrorist thugs that are Al Qaeda and Isis."
"If it isn't left wing left wing church minsters telling him how to do his job it is his own back benchers like Crispin Blunt doing the complete opposite of what they were elected to do."
"We need to keep our streets safe from these vile terrorists and the only way we can do that is by playing our part in the bombing of Isis targets in both Iraq and Syria."
"The tragic bombings in Paris as well as previous attacks like Madrid and Bali simply prove the need for action."
"Even a poll for You Gov this week showed that support for UK military intervention stands at 58% in favour and just 22% against."
"Which makes one ask what planet does Jeremy Corbyn live on?"
"It is in our own national interests to work with our allies to strike against those who pose a direct threat to the safety of British people."
"We must prevent declared UK jihadists from ever returning to the United Kingdom by stripping them of citizenship, we must tackle the ideology that lies behind the threat that we face, we need the strongest possible security checks so as to ensure that ISIL supporters do not get into Britain like happened with one of the terrorists in Paris and we need to make the world a safer place."
"The only way of doing that is eliminating the Axis of Evil that is Al Qaeda."
Mr Corbyn told a Press Conference in Bristol earlier:
"The dreadful Paris attacks make the case for a far more urgent effort to reach a negotiated settlement of the civil war in Syria and the end to the threat from Isis," Mr Corbyn said.
"It is the conflict in Syria and the consequences of the Iraq war which have created the conditions for Isis to thrive and spread its murderous rule.
"Everyone, including Muslims in Britain, wants to see the defeat of the murderous and reactionary cult of Isis"
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