Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Nicholas Sarkozy both criticised David Cameron. He was viewed as the villain of the piece and his EU friends rapidly disappeared. Last Friday, February 17, the UK Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister Mr Clegg and UK Foreign Secretary William Hague went to Paris for yet another summit meeting.
What was noticeable was that Mr Sarkozy and Mr Cameron were suddenly now the best of friends. Mr Cameron even went so faras to back Mr Sarkozy's election campaign. He pointed out that Mr Sarkozy has great leadership skills and courage plus he thinks that he has achieved a great many things for his country.
What had happened? Something must have been achieved between them, without a public disclosure. Offering this backing to Mr Sarkozy's election campaign he not only asked for great criticism but, apparently, it is also against diplomatic convention. This would usually prevent British leaders showing a preferential side in a foreign election.
Furthermore, Mr Cameron also promised support to the rebel fighters in Syria. He pledged to give £2million of aid to civilians. All so that he could be admired for helping civilians who sure do need it but for decades all of the aid never reached the needy, Instead it was given to governments of the various countries and squandered on weaponry and on luxurious lifestyles.
It makes you wonder whether Mr Cameron ever listens and learns. He pointed out that the international community does nothing to stop Assad's murderous way, of his own people. Britain and France are now establishing a military command centre for future campaigns. The question arises here, are Britain and France now planning to move in on Syria? The two leaders also agreed on plans to build a new generation of pilot less "fighter Drone" aircraft by the combined efforts of BAE and France's Dassault.