CAMERON AND NATO ESCALATE WAR ON GADHAFI WITH KILLER HELICOPTERS TO AID MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD

The former head of the Army, General Lord Dannatt, said one of the helicopters had come under fire during the mission.

“My information is that one of the attack helicopters was engaged and destroyed, on the ground, the vehicle and people that were engaging it. These things are highly sophisticated and those on the ground should not tangle with them,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

 

GENERAL AND LORD

BBC

 

THOSE ON THE GROUND SHOULD NOT TANGLE WITH THEM, EH!

 

This is the true face of the future for all Brits. Is it not!

 

This arse hole of a country, the Great Britain, is turfing thousands of elderly out of their care homes, which they had paid for out of the lifes’ savings.

 

BUT THESE GOBSHITES SUCH AS CAMERONAND HIS GONBSHITE GENERALS TALK DOWN THEIR ROYAL NOSES TO LIBYANS

 

We live in an age of complete lies.

 

The palestinians are supposed to be a people…Must give these fakers a state.

 

The serbs are supposed to have massacred 8000 at Srebrenica…only evidence they can produce is via paid supergrass drazen Erdemovic

 

The pro Imperialist harry’s place never once mentions Erdemovic or Germinal Cicikov

 

Fatah are peaceful…Never mind Fatah was founded by Nazi Hajj Amin el Husseini

 

 

Mladic is a monster…in fact he is a hero to all freedom loving peoples, especially as he fought the likes of Dammant

 

 

7:19AM BST 04 Jun 2011

 

The Apaches hit targets near the Libyan town of Brega during the latest wave of Nato strikes against forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, the MoD said.

“This successful engagement demonstrates the unique capabilities brought to bear by attack helicopters,” said Lt Gen Charles Bouchard, Commander of Operation Unified Protector.

“We will continue to use these assets whenever and wherever needed, using the same precision as we do in all of our missions.”

The Apaches attacked and destroyed two military installations – a radar site and an armed checkpoint – near Brega, the BBC reported. It said that French Gazelle helicopters also took part in simultaneous attacks on different targets in Libya for the first time.

A Ministry of Defence statement said: “UK Apache Attack Helicopters have taken part in co-ordinated operations over Libya as part of Nato’s Operation Unified Protector to protect civilians under UNSCR 1973. All of the aircraft recovered safely to HMS Ocean.”

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/8556202/Libya-UK-Apache-attack-helicopters-launch-first-strikes.html

 

MORE FROM THIS BRIT GENERAL

 

The former head of the Army, General Lord Dannatt, said one of the helicopters had come under fire during the mission.

“My information is that one of the attack helicopters was engaged and destroyed, on the ground, the vehicle and people that were engaging it. These things are highly sophisticated and those on the ground should not tangle with them,” he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Introducing helicopters was “an inevitable intensification” of the campaign, the “implied task” of which was the removal of Col Gaddafi, he said – despite that not being a specific target of the UN Security Council resolution authorising the use of military force.

But the use of Apaches has alarmed some MPs about the prospect of an escalation in the conflict and the danger to British lives.

Labour MP Graham Allen, who opposed the UK’s involvement, criticised the “mission creep” on Saturday and called for a fresh Commons debate and vote.

“The way out of this mess is not to keep cranking up the military hardware and having so-called ‘implied tasks’ added on against the express view of the House of Commons,” he said.

“What we need to do is figure out how we can get a political solution that will last for several generations in Libya rather than this adventure which has no prospect of coming to a close.”

Earlier this week, the Defence Secretary Liam Fox acknowledged the “increased risk” attached to the deployment of attack helicopters, but stressed they would play a key role in bringing a halt to the dictator’s attacks on his own people.

David Cameron announced British Apache helicopters were joining the Libyan offensive on May 27 after thinking “seriously” about their deployment.

They are specifically designed to hunt and destroy tanks and for closer-quarters combat, operating at lower altitudes than the RAF’s Tornado and Typhoon aircraft already active in Libya

The helicopters, which are flown by the Army Air Corps, carry a mix of weapons including rockets, Hellfire missiles and a 30mm chain gun.

They also have thermal imaging capabilities

 

FROM THE ABOVE, GET A LOAD OF THIS

 

a key role in bringing a halt to the dictator’s attacks on his own people.

 

Just like Srebrenica and that 8000 men and boys they just keep on repeating these lies

 

Rather than attacking “his own people” Muiammar gadhafi is up against The Muslim Brotherhood in alliance with Cameron and with British and French Imperialism

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