Posts tagged ‘Libya’

October 24, 2011

Body of Evidence

As Libyans queue to see the, now decomposing and gruesome, body of Gaddafi a body of another kind – the pathetic United Nations – seeks to charge the soldiers responsible for killing Gadaffi under international war crimes!

It does make me wonder whether the closest these government pen pushers ever got to a war

read more »

April 26, 2011

Boyz From Da Hood

You must have heard that William Hague has sent ten “battle hardened” soldiers to help organise the rebels in Libya with the fight against Gaddafi.    Why don’t we send in Ross Kemp to help out as well – he will sort out the rabble and then with his close connections with the News of the World, he can pose for pictures with Libyans holding the Union Flag.

read more »

April 8, 2011

Wild Wild West

The UN resolution for the war in Libya now seems to be quite flexible depending on what the rest of the world wants to justify US and Britain considering arming and training the rebels and deploying private security contractors in Libya.  How can this be justified as legal action or is this measure a belated retaliation for Gaddafi arming the IRA?

read more »

February 28, 2011

Human Rights and Human Wrongs

What are human rights and human wrongs? Are they so black and white?

This questions arises as the last Labour government has been severely criticised for propping up Gaddafi’s government by negotiating deals with them. Had they not dealt with him, Libya would now be in possession of nuclear warfare. Surely this is far more dangerous than selling him civilian arms? Or is it?

read more »