Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Lockerbie and Libya

The fall of the Qaddafi compound in Tripoli may not be the precise end of the vile regime, However, I -for one- will mark the fall of the lunatic Colonel with a certain savage delight.

The wreckage of the fuselage of Pan Am flight 103 looked like small pieces of paper on the hills around Lockerbie. The gouge in the highway looked like a giant bite into the carriageway.

Now, maybe we can find the truth behind that vile and cowardly act.

Though it is still a difficult and dangerous time for the Libyan people, it really does seem like the end of a disgusting regime.

Our avowed enemies are set to replaced by our avowed friends.

For that relief, we should praise those who have helped to bring it about. The battle is not yet finished, but the war surely is.

Long live Libyan freedom and democracy!

And if that seems a little idealistic, then I would just remind people of the depravity of the regime just removed. The future can only be better than the past.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Shame on Blair and Labour for attempting to give the Gadaffi regime renewed legitimacy and therebye propping it up - well intentioned reasons no doubt but the completely wrong policy