I chilled at the thought of David Cameron contemplating military action on Syria, and ask, did he not learn anything from Blair's fiasco?
So, I say to Mr Cameron, let's imagine for one moment that it was Russia or China that was using nerve gas on a section of its citizens – would he contemplate military action there also?
Somehow, I do not think so.
Syria's problems belong to them. Their problem is not a British problem, the Arab world is big enough and rich enough to solve their own problems. If the atrocities there do not interest them, why should it interest us?
Kircubbin, Co Down