The comiong socialist revolution of the working class in England and of the working class internationally will and must  give summary justice to Cameron, Hague, and Sarkozy, as well as Obama because of what they have done in Libya.


How many Libyan lives are the SAS responsible for taking over recent months?


The Telegraph in England has stated clearly the role of the SAS, AND THAT THE SAS IS ON THE GROUND BIG TIME, just as were the paras in Derry on Bloody Sunday


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Father Edward Daly waving a blood-stained white handkerchief

while trying to escort the mortally wounded Jackie Duddy to safety



As a £1 million bounty was placed on Gaddafi’s head, soldiers from 22 SAS Regiment began guiding rebel soldiers after being ordered in by David Cameron.

For the first time, defence sources have confirmed that the SAS has been in Libya for several weeks, and played a key role in coordinating the fall of Tripoli.

With the majority of the capital now in rebel hands, the SAS soldiers, who have been dressed in Arab civilian clothing and carrying the same weapons as the rebels, have been ordered to switch their focus to the search for Gaddafi, who has been on the run since his fortified headquarters was captured on Tuesday.


This gives further weight to the analysis and reports by Stephen Lendman. How many “rebels” are there in Tripoli, and how many are these foreign interlopers. The role of Cameron and Hague is almost unbelievable, and it is unbelievable that the British people have allowed this to go on in their name


Note below what else the Telegraph says. Has there ever been such a disreputable set of Governments as we have in Europe today?


Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) said Gaddafi was wanted “dead or alive” and promised an amnesty to any of his inner circle prepared to betray his whereabouts.

Nato still has no idea where the despot (note the use of language by the Telegraph…the despot, the dictator etc) is holed up, and on Wednesday he taunted his opponents by claiming in a television interview that he had secretly toured the streets of Tripoli without being spotted.