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Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Open letter to David Cameron

To: The Right Honourable David William Donald Cameron, MP

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

 

Dear David Cameron,

Open letter to David Cameron. 44091.jpegI commend you for giving pride of place to the United Nations Organization and for stressing that it is important to act within the letter of the law. That is a balanced, mature and very welcome approach to crisis management and comes within the scope of a new world order based on respect, debate, dialogue and discussion, the mainstays of democracy.

As you will be aware, the United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1970 (2011) and 1973 (2011) set our very clearly and unambiguously the terms and conditions for your policy in Libya, namely that it is not allowed to supply weapons to anyone in that country, neither is it allowed to take sides - you are to enforce a no-fly zone to protect civilians.

 Now, let us address one or two points which would indicate that either your Foreign Secretary and former leader of your party - a position which he so obviously covets in secret (watch your back), Mr. William Jefferson Hague is misleading you or else that you yourself are wilfully and purposefully conniving in war crimes, a position which I find hard to believe you would willingly adopt.

Firstly, could you explain the reasons why several TV channels have confirmed that arms have been supplied to the "unarmed civilians" fighting the Government forces in Misrata? Secondly, could you also explain the rumours that weapons have been supplied to the "unarmed civilians" across the (already secured) frontiers to the west (Tunisia) and east (Egypt). Convenient, what?

Thirdly, would you be so kind as to explain what your concept of an "unarmed civilian" is, because the ones I have seen on my TV screens are bearded Islamist fanatics chanting Allahu Akhbar, looking most unsavoury. Pucker savages...Hardly the type of chap to invite to Aunty Mabel's dinner party, eh what?

Fourthly, are you aware, Mr. Cameron, that the leader of these "unarmed civilians" was responsible for attacks against the NATO forces in Afghanistan and that the same leader smuggled a number of these "unarmed civilians" from Benghazi to commit suicide bombing attacks against British forces in Iraq and the same ferried other "unarmed civilians" from Benghazi to fight against British boys in Afghanistan?

Mr. Cameron, would you kindly make an appearance in the market town of Wootton Bassett, where the bodies of British troops killed while sacrificing their lives for your Queen in far-flung places where the locals have funny accents (why are these places always hot, what?) are paraded for people to pay their last respects, and state loud and clear - like a man - that your policy is to aid and abet, finance, equip and it appears to arm the same Islamist fundamentalists who you call "unarmed civilians" who are now fighting against the government forces of Colonel Muammar Al-Qathafi (Gaddafy to you) and who perpetrated armed attacks against your countrymen? Thank you, how brave of you.

David Cameron, why are your forces bombing civilian structures, like they did in Iraq? For billionaire rebuilding contracts to be doled out? Why are you trying to kill Muammar Al-Qathafi's children? How would you feel if someone killed your children? Are you so callous that you could not give a two-penny damn? I don't think so.

So David Cameron let us now move on to the theft of thirty billion dollars in bank accounts which Muammar Al-Qathafi had earmarked for development projects across Africa. Actually let's be honest about things. Muammar Al-Qathafi has pissed too many people off, has he not?

Not for being a dictator (which dictator hands out a million weapons to his people, which dictator strolls around his capital city carefree, have you noticed how popular he is among those who are not bearded Islamist fanatics sporting automatic weapons and trained by the CIA?) because in March the UNO was to give him a special commendation precisely for his excellent humanitarian record. Not for being a terrorist because there is ample proof that other dark forces were involved in Lockerbie (never trust the French, eh?).

Mr. Cameron, is it not true that Muammar Al-Qathafi has financed a myriad of development projects across Africa which meant that instead of this continent being forced to pay hundreds of billions of pounds in crippling interest rates to those pot-bellied pigs who control your banks, they can finance themselves with lower interest rates? Is it not true, Mr. Cameron, that Muammar Al-Qathafi financed the Pan-African telecommunications project which meant that Africa at last had its own satellites and did not need to pay a rent of 500 million pounds a year to your chaps? And why didn't Britain, in its centuries of colonial history or due to its colonial legacy, do something even remotely similar?

In fact, Cameron, Muammar Al-Qathafi has done a site more for his country and Continent than you ever have, or ever will. While he provides free housing, you create the conditions for people to lose their homes. While he provides free education, you increase University fees to 9,000 pounds a year. While he provides free healthcare, you close hospitals at home and bomb them abroad. But this isn't the Combined Cadet Force on Thursday afternoons, Cameron. You're killing people, people fighting the same chaps who are killing your boys. But what the...heck, eh? (Sniff!)

Now that is pretty caddish behaviour, Cameron, is it not? If you were at Public School, you'd probably be caned for that. I say, you weren't one of those chaps who enjoyed a good caning were you? Good old smack botty, what? (nudge, nudge, wink, wink, eh?! Eh?!!)

While Muammar Al-Qathafi develops his country and his continent with rebuilding projects, helping Africa finance itself and taking billions away from your banks, you are doing what exactly? Taking money out of public services (I know, because the Labour Party blah blah blah, pull the other one, matey, OK? Ever heard of an international crisis? Of course you haven't - you've lived all your life in a privileged little cocoon). While Muammar Al-Qathafi enables Africans to develop, you propose to hold them down raping their resources while you fritter away 50.000 pounds per aircraft per hour - to bomb Africa and Africans.

Cameron, D.W.D. - you are a bounder!

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Pravda.Ru

 

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