Why do the need our money?
As Parliament goes into talks on Brexit, I'd like to know how they can send money to countries such as India and Syria who last year spent millions of pounds on space projects and weapons of mass destruction, yet claim to be unable to feed their people?
I know this is true as I used to subscribe to Israel Today magazine www.israeltoday.co.il/, and there are not many issues when the topic did not get mentioned.
An example of typically misleading is the headline that caught the world's ire is Israel cuts power to Gaza!
At face value, that is reads a vile act by Israel; however, if you read the news they had to cut the power because the Palestinians were not paying the bills as they had told the Israelis they would do. What business can run at a loss of over $11,000 a month? That is what the PA should have been paying instead of buying missiles and bombs.
If the government wishes to do a Christian act, with the money saved from Brexit, they could give the Armed Forces, Nursing staff and the Police a living wage, and they could help the millions in the UK living on the streets, relying on charity, or living below the poverty line.
The best way to do a Christian Aid act is to leave the EU as all we are doing in supporting the decline of the German Federation; everything the EU does is to the benefit of Germany this includes the founding of the EU army.
Let's not pull our punches, if there is a war, would you trust your longest-standing enemies to guard our troops? I wouldn't. This is of course assuming the war - if it comes - is land based, not a nuclear war in which case you can have all the troops you want, it won't do you any good as the land will devastated for almost a century after the war.
Germany is in the same frame of mind as Jeremy Corbyn - www.alsdominion.co.uk/home/jeremy-corbyn-the-rat - in thinking that Russia is the enemy, this hasn't been the case since the late 1970's; the enemy is Syria.
When I was in the RAF, the Russians used to send planes over only to test our reaction, the following month we'd do the same; it was no more than a friendly exercise, too many Russians still recall the horrors of WW2.
Remember Charity begins at home.