Look at me being a big boy and posting in current affairs. Cameron: 'The blood of Syrian children is stain on UN' - World Politics - World - The Independent Caught this in the paper today on the way into work. Couldn't quite believe it. For one thing, I can't understand the need to talk smack regarding what's happening in Syria. It seems to be more complicated than our politicians are making it look. That aside, as atrocious as it is, can't we let them sort it on their own this time? Why do we need to get involved? Because it only ever seems to end with tragedy. Cameron allegedly accused Russia and China of helping Syria wind up in this mess. Of course, this is a newspaper and it points out that he didn't specifically name them but the accusation surely still stands on a global-political understanding. It seems utterly daft that he'd have the balls to stand up and say that whilst he waffles and mumbles half-hearted apologies regarding incidents at home (chief whip situation, anyone?). He's pushing buttons and it seems very deliberate. I'd quite happily rather leave Syria alone, keep our politicians at home and get our own affairs in order before we send our already diminished and under-strengthed armed forces into a dirty conflict as peacekeepers. Is this willy waving or is there something to be gained from calling Russia and China a couple of ******* then running away giggling?