bomb syria or frack sussex?

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  1. Bomb Syria - R2P is key TCB'esque foreign policy tenet

    1 vote(s)
  2. Frack Sussex - energy independence breaks OPEC and stops MENA conflicts

    11 vote(s)
  3. Frack blackpool - in islington, the North is only theoretical

    11 vote(s)
  4. Wibble - pass lentils/mung beans, meditate until nasty reality goes away & glasto/cornbury start

    5 vote(s)
  1. A tricky one for those who favour lentil eating......
  2. You forgot the third option - badger hugging.
  3. Drop our TB infected badgers on Syria. Win win.

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  4. A different pointless Middle East vanity war, but the underlying message is the same


    When in doubt, nuke Manchester.
  5. Why don't we bring all those poor, down-trodden Syrians over here to live?
    I'm sure we could easily accommodate them.
    What could possibly go wrong?

    Or just nuke the place, more humane in the long run.
    I think they'd be really grateful and thank us for it, if they weren't glowing in the dark that is.
  6. Fracking all the way.....!
  7. Import some Syrians to frack Sussex.

    Bomb Blackpool/Manchester.
  8. And the badgers? what about the badgers?
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  9. Brotherton Lad

    Brotherton Lad LE Reviewer

    Move Sussex to Syria and use cruise missiles to get the gas out.

    Build a bigger Tower at Blackpool and use gas for the illuminati.
  10. Sussex or Syria?

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  11. Train badgers to frack Sussex.

    Bomb Blackpool/Manchester with Syrians.
  12. Would that be using the HS2 system?
  13. Oh bollocks,there needs to be yet another option on the list!
  14. Yes.
  15. Not really since you included an option that doesn't invove fracking bombing anyone. But I digress...

    Sending sick badgers to Syria sounds somewhat inhumane. Couldn't they create a famine in Syria and export tubercular cattle to feed the starving Arab civilians. The Syrian army and the rebels will be too weak from hunger to fight, there will be money to be made from diseased cattle, the UK government looks like a shining beacon of humanitarianism and the badgers can be left in peace to dig around for worms and cough their lungs up in peace. Everybody wins.

    Liverpool supporters would just rush over there to loot the radioactive rubble anyway