While the British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said that Britain will take no (military) options off the table in terms of Syria, the President of the European Union (EU), Herman Van Rompuy, said at a press conference that military actions will not solve the conflict in Syria.
Philip Hammond, British Defence Secretary, said that his country keeps all options against Syria on the table despite the warnings by the chief of the British armed forces and other security advisors in Britain against the arming of the terrorists and Islamists who are fighting against the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus.
Although the British Prime Minister David Cameron and the British government has recently made a U-turn in terms of the delivery of weapons and ammunition to the foreign-backed terrorists and religious fanatics in Syria, it seems that several members of the British administration are still trying to maintain the Zionist-American propaganda and lies against Syria and in the face the complete defeat of their supported terrorists of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) in the battles against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the Syrian Al Qaeda offshoot, some still favour a military intervention in Syria – despite the huge losses, which are to expect, if foreign powers will carry out a military intervention and invasion of Syria.
The British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said recently that Britain must never take any of the options against the Syrian government off the table, according to a report published on the website of the Guardian yesterday.
Philip Hammond made these stupid remarks in order to maintain the propaganda against Syria after the head of the British Armed Forces, General Sir David Richards, has already warned several times that Britain risks the dangerous situation that it will be dragged into a war in the case if the British administration really provides weapons and “military aid” to the militants and jihadists fighting in Syria against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and the secular government of President Bashar al-Assad in the capital, Damascus.
The British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond also added that the British government will probably not deploy soldiers or complete units to Syria for a possible military intervention in the sovereign Arab nation. He thinks, so Philip Hammond, whose health status might be similar to the health of William Hague, that it is very unlikely that the world sees “British boots on ground” in Syria.
However, some Syrians still remember a time when British boots were on ground in Syria and the majority of the Syrian people are probably opposed to a comeback of this era of imperialism due to the harrowing experience with the “separation of the Middle East”.
Meanwhile, the EU President Herman Van Rompuy said in a recent press conference that there is no military solution for the conflict in Syria and that there is only a diplomatic and political solution for the Syrian conflict. The EU President further said at this press conference concluding SA-EU summit, that the European Union supports the initiative to hold a conference on Syria in Geneva by Russia and Washington.
A further statement by the European Union in regards of Syria said that the EU calls on every side to stop the violence and to give humanitarian organizations free access to every part of the Arab nation in order to provide assistance to all those in need in Syria.
The Western countries, including Britain, France and Germany as well as Washington and their regional allies and proxy states, have been supporting the terrorists and Al Qaeda thugs over two years.