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Sunday, 27 March 2011

Clarke warns Gaddafi won't fall a-sleep like he did?

Clarke warns Gaddafi might seek 'revenge'

The British have a real interest in stopping Col Gaddafi
staying in power in Libya and seeking revenge, Ken Clarke says.

The justice secretary said the Lockerbie bombing - in which
270 people died in 1988 - meant people in Britain remembered the "curse of

Coalition forces have been attacking targets in Libya for a
seventh night.

Mr Clarke told the London Times he thought British people
would support the action but that he was "not totally convinced anyone
knows where we are going now". (The British might support the British
actions, “But the English people won’t? England is fed up with wars and
conflicts costing the country lives, and £ billions of pounds in taxes which
could be better spent, rather than cut backs in services that go towards
funding British wars)

British Tornado and Typhoon aircraft have been helping
enforce a no-fly zone over Libya which was authorised by the UN to protect
civilians during fighting between rebels and Col Gaddafi's forces.

Clarke said: "We do have a particular interest in the
region “But the OIL?

"The British people have reason to remember the curse
of Gaddafi - Gaddafi back in power, the old Gaddafi looking for revenge; we
have a real interest in preventing that." (And the English people have a
reason to remember the curse of the British? as  it was the British that also let
those that did the bombing go free?)

Col Gaddafi has been accused of ordering Abdelbaset Ali
al-Megrahi to bomb Pan Am flight 103 over the Scottish village of Lockerbie in
1988. Megrahi was jailed over the attack in 2001 but has since been released on
compassionate grounds. (Yet “he showed no such compassion for all the poor souls
on the plan that lost their lives)

Clarke said he thought the British people would support the
action "as long as they are satisfied we are doing it for reasons we said,
and we are not getting ourselves into the occupation of another complicated
tribal country of uncertain politics". (Clarke another British political
figure living in Narnia needs to get out on the streets and ask the English,
and they will all say no, we want on more wars? We need to sort our own country

But he said that he was "still not totally convinced
anyone knows where we are going now." (Yes the do OIL)

NATO is taking over control of enforcing the no-fly zone in
the coming days, and the British Prime Minister David Cameron coming out of his
hiding hole? Has said he expects the alliance to take full command

That would mean NATO also attacking Col Gaddafi's ground
forces if they were seen to be threatening civilians.

In Libya, there are reports of further fighting around the
town of Ajdabiya, which rebels say they have re-taken. There have been
coalition air strikes against pro-Gaddafi forces there.

In his interview, Clarke also addresses the question of
whether he fell asleep during Chancellor George Osborne's Budget speech on
Wednesday.(He said that he couldn’t remember he was a sleep)

"I sat there, snuggled in alongside my colleagues, and
I was conscious of nodding for a moment," he said and when I woke up it
was all over.

"But I assure you it wasn't lack of interest. Nor was
it George's delivery," he said. "But I had had a bad night the night
before. I'm having gout in my wrist." (More like gout of the mind)

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