I would far rather the money that will be spent on bombing ISIS in Syria was spent on rooting out Islamist terrorists, their supporters and excusers in the UK.
An article on Theo Spark struck a chord with me, here's a long extract:
'Three of the 7th July London Transport bombers were born in West Yorkshire, England of Pakistani parents with the fourth born in Jamaica and raised in West Yorkshire.So 'warmonger', no.
The brutal killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby in a London street was carried out by British born sons of Nigerian immigrants.
In contrast, the 21st July London bombers consisted of one British documented immigrant from Ghana, West Africa, one from Eritrea, two from Somalia and three from Ethiopia which included two women.
One of these bombers, Muktar Said Ibrahim was given British citizenship despite a record of gang violence, armed robbery and sexual assault.
Mohammed Emwazi, better known as Jihad John was a British documented Kuwaiti raised in Great Britain from the age of six.
The British government grants citizenship to anywhere between 150,000 to 250,000 immigrants per year without proper vetting.
Neither David Cameron nor the British people have any idea how many radicalised Muslims there are in their midst waiting to deal death and destruction in the name of Allah. Cameron and his government absolutely refuse to tackle the Muslim institutions that act as a breeding ground for radical Islamists, which includes mosques, madrassas and prisons.
To conclude, there hundreds, perhaps thousands, of jihadis and ISIS activists already in Great Britain ready and waiting to cause murder and mayhem, therefore it is incumbent upon David Cameron to explain to the British public how bombing Syria or Iraq would have prevented the atrocities carried out by these home grown and foreign born jihadis in the past and how bombing them today will prevent further atrocities in the future.'