The British NATO contingent wastes up to 100,000 USD of their taxpayers' money per aircraft per hour, every single day since February 17, bombing kids, strafing water supplies, murdering babies, targeting civilian structures, in Libya. Now in Norway a polar bear has been shot because of a British student.
The bear's name, let us suppose, was Mor (Mother). It had spent months nurturing its cub, rooting for food in an environment which was getting more and more hostile. Less seals, more intrusion from Mankind - and like any good animal, the further away from this species, the better.
Also like any good animal, the warier of this species, the better. Therefore when this species gets too close, and intrudes too far, in what is the realm of the polar bear, what is it supposed to do? The tragedy which strikes the family of young Horatio Chapple today, mauled to death in his tent outside his environment and inside that of the bear, is the same tragedy which strikes Libyan families every day as their children are murdered by British cowards sitting in aircraft 30,000 feet up in the sky.
Four other British tourists were hospitalised in the bear attack. The police were alerted and unfortunately, the bear was destroyed. After all, it was in its own habitat (Svalbard Islands, Norway).
As the British press carries this story in its headlines, maybe some of these callous bastards could spare a fleeting thought for Libyan children slaughtered in their homes by NATO cowards. Or, as one suspects, they couldn't care less.
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