While I was listening to the news this morning I heard something that made me angry.
David Cameron called Jeremy Corbyn, and all other opponents of action in Syria, "terrorist sympathisers".
I could not believe my ears.
Does that mean I'm a terrorist sympathiser?
I don't agree with taking action in Syria.
Bombing, and killing, innocent people on the off chance they might kill a terrorist doesn't sit right with me.
Hundreds of thousands of Syrian people will be killed, seen as 'collateral damage', because our government wants to show support for Paris. At least that's how it seems to me.
Back in 2001, when the twin towers were attacked and hundreds of people died, the then President of the United States raged war on Iraq. It was Al Qaeda who were the terrorists and we were told in no uncertain terms that they were the bad guys.
Iraq was bombed, hundreds, maybe even thousands, of innocent Iraqi people died. Families lost loved ones, and their lives were changed forever.
In 2005, when London was attacked, it was still Al Qaeda who were the terrorists. The war in Iraq was still going on.
Osama Bin Laden was killed in 2011 and all of a sudden Al Qaeda disappeared. We'd won the fight against terror, apparently.
Now it's Paris that has been attacked and suddenly we need to be aware of terrorist cells controlled by ISIS?
We should rage war against another middle-eastern country, change countless lives on the off chance we'll kill some terrorists?
I'm sorry Mr Cameron but NO.
No one can convince me that bombing innocent people will rid us of terrorism. It didn't happen last time, it won't happen this time.
There will always be people who don't like what the UK, the USA, and others, stand for. There will always be people who want to attack, hurt, kill innocent people.
Bombing, or raging war (again) will NOT rid the world of terrorists.
If that makes me a terrorist sympathiser, then so be it!