Yeah, they look right together


According to today's Telegraph (which tells us what we already thought)

In a letter to Gordon Brown, Paul McKeever, the chairman of the Police Federation, said he was ''shocked, appalled and disgusted'' that the UK agreed the murderer (of PC Yvonne Fletcher) would go on trial in Libya.

The Foreign Office has conceded that any trial for the shooting - which took place outside the Libyan embassy in London 25 years ago - will take place in Tripoli.

6 comments:

Lancastrian Oik said...

I agree with every word.

King Athelstan said...

I very much feel the same way now.

Katabasis said...

And I ask again - how much of this negotiation was directly linked to keeping quiet on Britain's role in the A.Q.Khan nuclear proliferation network?

can't hang em all said...

I think we reached the moral rock bottom a long time ago. It was Maggie Thatcher who allowed the Libyan killers of Yvonne Fletcher to walk out of the embassy and fly home. And it was Maggie who was best buddies with Pinochet who murdered and tortured thousands in Chile. She liked to take tea with him apparently. It was Maggie who supported Iraq in it's war with Iran. Even though Iraq dropped chemicals on it's own people and Saddam's sons enjoyed torturing prisoners. Forcing them to drink engine oil and raping their wives.
Shall we hang Maggie aswell ?

Ed P said...

The lamppost solution would be fine, but modern posts do not have that convenient crossbar from which to hang them. There are not enough old-style posts left to "process" all the bastards. Just shoot them?

Track-A-'Crat said...

Despicable development in every way.

My take:

http://hotair.com/archives/2009/09/12/allies-and-enemies/