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PM Cyclops to meet Col Muammar Gaddafi.

Ye Gods has the one eye'd drug popping hoon of a Prime Minister learned not a fucking thing, now he is off on a jolly to meet the Dictator of Libya.

So far we have found out that PM McSnotty has set up a deal via Jack Straw not to ask any awkward questions over the killer of a WPC Yvonne Fletcher shot outside the the Libyan embassy in London 25 years ago. The Times reports that:
"The Libyan killer of a British policewoman will never be brought to justice in Britain after a secret deal approved by Jack Straw.
As if that were not bad enough we also had this steaming pile of evil:

Gordon Brown has personally vetoed an attempt to force Colonel Gadaffi to compensate 2,500 families of IRA bomb victims because it might have jeopardised British oil deals with Libya.
Oh and one Lord Fondlebum of Boy who has had a nice meeting Colonel Gaddafi’s son, at a Corfu villa, shortly after which the deal to release the plane bomber was worked out.
Fondlebum as we all know has lived up the highests standards of public office, the fact he had to resign twice was just jolly bad luck. Thankfully with the mono eye'd puppet Gordon quivering in No.10 Lord Fondlebum is safe from ever having to resign again.
Still it is nice to see Labours ethical foreign policy in action and that Ministers gave the green light for dubious arms sales to Libya as a favour to Colonel Gaddafi's regime, it has been claimed.
The Foreign Office approved the sale of armoured cars and water cannon to Libya in 2007, at the same time as negotiations were under way with Libya over the fate of the Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Al Megrahi.

British police were even sent to Libya to show their counterparts how to use the equipment.
Britain's own export rules and the EU code of conduct mean military equipment may not be sold to countries where it might be used to suppress dissent.

In July 2008 the Commons Committee on Arms Exports Controls voiced grave concerns about the sale, bearing in mind Libya's poor record on human rights.

But when the MPs demanded to know why the deal was done, the Government stonewalled.
The Foreign Office said it would reply privately to the committee. But 15 months later Parliament has had no answer.

Selling armoured cars to a dictatorship, class real fucking class; so what ever happened to all that human rights nonsense HM Govt was talking about?...

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