The betrayal of the Kurds

The team discuss Syria, Brexit and Extinction Rebellion.

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What now for Syria’s Kurds? Are these Brexit talks going anywhere? Is Extinction Rebellion winning the argument or alienating people? Tom Slater, Ella Whelan, Tim Black and Fraser Myers discuss all this and more, on this week’s spiked podcast.

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Linda Payne

12th October 2019 at 9:03 pm

The Kurds need their own homeland, they have been targets of persecution and betrayal throughout their history

Andrew Leonard

12th October 2019 at 4:04 pm

Interesting that no one made a connection between Brexit and XR.
What are the chances that a political class that is sympathetic to the XR death cult, might also have any desire to bring about Brexit?
The death cult wants to impose massive austerity (at the very least) on the classes most responsible for Leave winning the referendum.
This suggests to me:

1. Brexit will never occur
2. Point 1 will seem a mild loss, compared to what’s coming

Jim Lawrie

13th October 2019 at 1:12 pm

Police action against the politically incorrect since 2016 and their sympathy now with XR tell us that they see Remain and XR as the people in power. It is to that class that the Police are always loyal.
Remain and XR have the judicial, legislative and enough of the security wing of government on their side. They have ruled out the need for the electorate.

In short Andrew, I agree. The connection is strong.

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