- Hague has accused Assad of having `a record of Human Rights atrocities'. This blatant lie and indication of despair has absolutely no shred of evidence whatsoever, and if it were true, then why haven't we ever heard of Assad previously, before the UN attempted to steal his oil and natural resources? In addition to this, there is an abundance of evidence that Assad was highly popular among the majority of his own people, not forgetting that the so-called rebels are foreigners. We should also take note of the frequent language used by the mainstream media, such as "Regime". This has become a fashionable derogatory term used by the media (Tavistock Institute and Chatham House) when they want to indoctrinate the gullible minions into believing that the target subject ought to be discredited and treated with derision. It is interesting that in John Kerry's desperate reference to `Hitler', the Third Reich was never referred to as a `regime'. However, perhaps the mastery of seducing the masses was the desired objective of Hitler's alleged enemies at the time. The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations was founded immediately after WWII in 1946 and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
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- William Hague has the sheer audacity to even mention addressing a Syrian "Humanitarian crisis". The glaringly obvious question that arises from this is, "Since when has war criminal, David Cameron `ever' shown any sign of even having a conscience, when he has a record for inflicting vast barbaric Humanitarian suffering, and even made no secret of his disdain for the Human Rights Act, expressing a wish to abolish it?" Since 2010, David Cameron will be recorded in history as a ruthless sadist for inflicting a devastating campaign to destroy compassion in society. And, since we are on the topic of "evidence", we only need to objectively examine Cameron's disturbing sadistic record to date.