Obama should be stripped of his Nobel Peace prize if he starts Syria war

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RT has hosted a panel of guests to discuss the possible scenarios that Syria is facing now that several Western countries are pushing for a military 'response', its effect on the region - and what Russia's response to such an action might be. RT's guests were Sunni Hundai, author of the Liberal Conspiracy Theory, Marcus Papadopoulos, editor of Politics First, and Pavel Andreev, executive director of the Valdai Club Foundation. There was a divergence of opinion among the panel's guest about whether or not the US and its allies will attack. Arguing that the UK Labour party is very much opposed to the idea of military intervention without hard proof of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government, Hundai told RT he does not think this will happen "because there is a lot of pressure on President Obama and certainly in the UK on the Prime Minister Cameron to show firm evidence before they take any action." Papadopoulos added that the US and the West have no right to intervene in the affairs of another foreign state. "America and its allies are not the policemen of the world. America has no moral or legal right to attack an independent sovereign country," the liberal conspiracy theorist argued, mentioning that US track record of invading other countries has been based on "lies." http://rt.com/

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