UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson told BBC Radio 4's Today Show that Western countries could not "allow the use of illegal weapons to go unpunished" This is what Johnson said, word for word:

 "It's very important to recognise there's no military solution that we in the West can now impose. I think we have to be absolutely clear about this, the people listening to us, listening to this programme in eastern Ghouta cannot get the idea that the West is going to intervene to change the odds dramatically in their favour. But what I think we need to ask ourselves as a country, and I think what we in the West need to ask ourselves, is can we allow the use of chemical weapons, the use of these illegal weapons to go unreprieved, unchecked, unpunished? I don't think that we can."

Oh Boris you tease! Make up your mind man, you can't have it both ways. Challenged on this point by the show's presenters, he continued:

"If there is incontrovertible evidence of the use of chemical weapons, verified by the Office of the Prevention of Chemical Weapons, if we know that it's happened and we can demonstrate it, and if there is a proposal for action where the UK could be useful, then I think that we should seriously consider it."

But you've been telling us all week that you have the evidence mate. The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights (Fat T-Shirt selling Syrian exile in Coventry) has told you it's true, what more do you need? Start the bombing Bojo. That's what your Zionist paymasters want you to do! What are you waiting for? Your boss loves a good mass slaughter right? She oversaw the sale of hundreds of millions of pounds worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia, the most vile regime on planet Earth and condemned tens of thousands of Yemenis to death in so doing. The lies have been told to the public and the UK's media is fast asleep. Everything is in place Boris. Go and kill some more Syrians. Good boy.


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