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Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Defence – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 12th September 2016.

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Photo of Michael Fallon Michael Fallon The Secretary of State for Defence 12:00 am, 12th September 2016

The campaign against Daesh is making steady progress. With coalition support, Iraqi forces have freed Fallujah and, as part of preparatory operations for retaking Mosul, have liberated Qayyarah town. The Syrian Democratic Forces have taken Manbij and Turkish-backed opposition forces have taken Jarabulus and al-Rai, effectively denying Daesh its last border crossings into Turkey. As we approach the second anniversary of our military operations, I should like to pay tribute to the men and women of all three services, who work tirelessly to defeat Daesh and to keep Britain safe.


Garry Denke
Posted on 13 Sep 2016 8:21 pm (Report this annotation)

A large 8'x8'x4' concreted artefact (G-D's mishkan) is 1.2m (4') below the Heel Stone at Stonehenge. Other than a core sample of it (1656), a magnetic survey of it (1984), an electromagnetic (EM) conductivity survey of it (1984), and a seismic refraction survey of it (1984); no other tangible proof of it being in Scroll Trench where it is circled by Heel Stone Ditch exists; Save and Except for: an electrical resistivity survey of it (1994), ground-penetrating radar of it (2004), confirmation geophysical surveys of it (2004), and a confirmation core sample of it (2004).

Should this 8'x8'x4' concreted artefact (G-D's mishkan) located 1.2m (4') below the Heel Stone at Stonehenge be removed to defeat Islamic State ideology? Donald J. Trump said, "Yay", and the Republican National Committee (RNC) said, "Yay".

So did I.