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British PM unveils plan to arm terrorists in Syria

British Prime Minister David Cameron has revealed his government’s intentions to get more deeply involved with the civil war in Syria by supplying terrorists fighting the country’s popular government with heavy weaponry.

The UK government has already been promoting bloodshed in Syria through its spying agents and its special troops giving logistical help and communications services to terror groups and foreign mercenaries that are seeking to topple the government of president Bashar al-Assad.

Britain, U.S. and their NATO allies usually resort to military adventurism to both silence alternative voices around the world to their own advantage and create lucrative markets for their weapons industries by triggering wars and conflicts across the globe.

During his three-day visit to the Middle East region, David Cameron acted as a salesperson for his country’s weapons manufacturing industry, offering billions of pounds of arms to the target countries.

He voiced frustration over a European Union arms embargo that prevents his warmongering government from freely sell heavy weaponry to Syria, and vowed to find other ways to arm the terrorists fighting a responsible member of the international community.

The warmonger premier said he had authorized his foreign secretary William Hague, and other diplomats to “have direct contact with military figures on the ground” inside Syria through secure communication links with armed terrorists.

Downing Street said Britain wanted to also help the terrorists within Syria to work together to topple president Assad, as happened in Libya to Col Muammar Gaddafi.

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