David Cameron is seeking to extend the UK's bombing campaign of ISIS from Iraq and into Syria.
I will ignore the issues of international law (No Syria invitation, no UN mandate) for the simple reason that international law is a joke and might is often right.
The question is a simple one: should the UK bomb (ISIS in) Syria. The answer is even simpler: No.
A major argument used to support such an idea is a flawed one: By definition any individual attacking people in the UK will not be in Syria.
If that individual was in Syria, at that point in time they wouldnt be a threat to us in the UK.
The use of the attacks in Paris are just a ruse, a useful excuse to push an interventionist policy and one that should be countered.