Libyan diplomats told to leave UK

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I find this news absolutely and utterly disgraceful, what are the British trying to acheive by doing such a thing, America has murdered over 1 million Iraqis on false charges of WMD's, therefore why are the American diplomats still present in the UK, Britain is in no position to expell anybody on grounds of oppression,mass murder or intent to silence, with Britain's record of supporting oppressive dictators around the globe, and its hand in supporting the Bahrainian police in attacking civilians, even those being treated in hospital are not spared, as a note, for one to consider, it would be more beneficial for the British to worry about Uncle sam's close relationship with the Argentinians, and to finalise this comment, I feel it would be advisable for the British, to consider using its populations to manufacture and produce, and stop neglecting its own work force.
 
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I hope gaddafi stayes in power. Hague is such a moron. Who are we to say who the government is? Let's face it, Libya has been a disaster.
 
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I find this news absolutely and utterly disgraceful, what are the British trying to acheive by doing such a thing, America has murdered over 1 million Iraqis on false charges of WMD's, therefore why are the American diplomats still present in the UK, Britain is in no position to expell anybody on grounds of oppression,mass murder or intent to silence, with Britain's record of supporting oppressive dictators around the globe, and its hand in supporting the Bahrainian police in attacking civilians, even those being treated in hospital are not spared, as a note, for one to consider, it would be more beneficial for the British to worry about Uncle sam's close relationship with the Argentinians, and to finalise this comment, I feel it would be advisable for the British, to consider using its populations to manufacture and produce, and stop neglecting its own work force.
Really, well considering the current regime and diplomats have carried out murder and terror attacks on Britain, we should have more reason than most to boot them out.

Do you have a short or selctive memory?
 
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[QUOTEI feel it would be advisable for the British, to consider using its populations to manufacture and produce, and stop neglecting its own work force. ][/QUOTE]

You don't appear to do much fcuking work, on here all day, get back
down that fcuking Sewer and no, can you fcuk as like have a new
toothbrush, if that one's fcuked, use yer beard.

Israelis, bunch of lazy buggers, eh!
 
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"Do you have a short or selctive memory?"


He's an constant wind up mode.When you find out who he really is,you'll be surprised.I was.
 
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Do Tell?.....

It could be you!

Your Spelling/Grammar is shit as well!
 
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They'll be sorely missed in the mobile phone shops of the edgewar road and by the holy sisters of the horizontal order of covent garden!
 
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Really, well considering the current regime and diplomats have carried out murder and terror attacks on Britain, we should have more reason than most to boot them out.

Do you have a short or selctive memory?
and Britain isnt funding terrorists in Libya? Plus America has supported terrorism in the UK, how come you dont boot their diplomats out? Remmeber the American ties with the IRA?
 
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"Do you have a short or selctive memory?"


He's an constant wind up mode.When you find out who he really is,you'll be surprised.I was.
Pm me your number...Ill call you...and you can tell me all about the person you think Iam...Anyway sod off ****! stick to topic, and stop being a troll!
 
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Pm me your number...Ill call you...and you can tell me all about the person you think Iam...Anyway sod off ****! stick to topic, and stop being a troll!
There is only one troll on this thread and that is you. As for sticking to topic we aren't discussing the USA the thread is clearly about Libya. If you can't post on topic dont post.

Back to topic, Hague appears to be a serial incompetent, and how come the Gadaffi regime still maintains an embassy in London. It should have been closed 4 months ago as we started striking targets.
 
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Uh, not really, bobthedog. Explusion of diplomats is part of an escalation of intent which you may not always want or need to resort to. To provide a comparison, the Argentine embassy stayed open throughout the Falklands War, and you even had Argentine footballers playing games without being herded into internment camps.
 
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I hope gaddafi stayes in power. Hague is such a moron. Who are we to say who the government is? Let's face it, Libya has been a disaster.
Disaster? Nah.
Embarrasing and expensive? Yes

It is to be hoped that a suitable oil deal is forthcoming from Benghazi as suitable recompense for the UK's expenditure but it isn't a disaster. A few Tornado's and Typhoon's dropping bombs is preferable to a full blown shooting match of the kind seen in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The odd visit by the RN would be quite nice but its a shame the MOD only deploys ships to Libya enroute to the scrapyard
 
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Now that Britain has recognised the National Transitional Council as the legitimate libyan government, how long will it be before we are 'invited' by them to put boots on the ground?
 
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and Britain isnt funding terrorists in Libya? Plus America has supported terrorism in the UK, how come you dont boot their diplomats out? Remmeber the American ties with the IRA?
Some US citizens provided financial support to the IRA yes, the government didn't. I don't remember boat loads of M16's arriving from the US, can't remember any US citizens trying to blow up aircraft either, don't seem to recollect bullets flying out of the US embassy toward police and protesters.

As to your point about UK funding terrorists in Libya, well pay backs a bitch isn't it.
 
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Is William Hague on some ****ing eco trip these days? Or just desperate?

By telling Gaddafi that he can stay and live in his own country if he steps down from power has made us a ****ing laughing stock.

And he has more or less confirmed to the world that the whole of NATO can not remove him after bombing the shit out of Libya for the last 4 months ..... to boot!

Removing diplomats means **** all to Gaddafi.

All music to the ears of Muammar, and a real boost to all his supporters.

Well done Egg head.
 
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Comment number 14.efrustrated

11 Minutes ago

Unprecedented? Maybe, irresponsible? Quite possibly. The Arab Spring has only just begun and the consequences are entirely unknown and unpredictable.. Please can we not go looking for more Iraqs, Afghanistans, (even Falklands..) until we have really thought the possible results through a bit better this time? (Or am I just being naive because after all, there's oil involved?).

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Comment number 13.James Padgett

15 Minutes ago

The Libyans in LIbya and outside of Libya that expect the new regime to be most focused on democracy are going to be very sadly disappointed. Two independent French teams who thoroughly went to Libya and investigated the sitauation stated that few members of the National Transistional Team have any serious concern for democracy, whereas the predominant concern is for a strong Islamic state.

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Comment number 12.Sammaye

15 Minutes ago

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Your taxes are also going to freeing the country, to be so ready to trade a humans freedom for your money is very shallow, no offence intended.

Besides our money just goes to some pot smoker or teenage parent on a street corner scabbing benefits atm anyway so I'd rather it goes to freeing a country instead of them.

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Comment number 11.supercat100

18 Minutes ago

This sets a very bad precedence. In future any government can be removed from power at the whim of these people. William Hague is typically arrogant and conceited as is the french premier in this action. Soon they will have to undo what they have done when they find out that their choice for Libya is worse than Ghadaffi. This is about securing oil interests nothing else. Easy money. Crooks.

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Comment number 10.ednar

19 Minutes ago

the western leaders should be ashamed of themselves. Two world wars seem not teaching anything & the casualties from the wars were unimaginable. While they should help stopping & avoiding more wars & human casualties, the western leaders are encouraging for more bloodsheds. Will the western leaders take their own medicine if the same thing were to happen in their country?

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Comment number 9.fmsulari

20 Minutes ago

Though I am not a fan of Gaddafi or his regime in any way or form but I am equally disappointed in British Government's tactics. If Gaddafi funds rebels then he is a terrorist but if Cameron leadership does it then it is in the name of humanity and peoples' power. Please save the argument to justify our Government's actions: 2 wrongs don't make it right & who r people 2 judge other people.

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Comment number 8.clovisguy

21 Minutes ago

Stupid move this. Like it or lump it, Gaddaffi is still leader of Libya, so until such times as he is properly ousted. the UK and other countries should have kept their noses out of an internal Libyan affair and civil war.

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Comment number 7.Emperork

22 Minutes ago

What was illegal was working with a man wanted for war crimes against humanity by ICC who refuses that he doesn’t have an office in Libya government yet he want recognition as what. What was illegal was working with a man who came to power through a coup d’état. He has been slaughtering his own pple. His final destination is ICC in Hague.

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Comment number 6.krokodil

22 Minutes ago

So Britain does not like the official Libyan diplomats/government for being undemocratic and illegitimate, and now recognizes an unelected bunch instead. Nice one Hague! 5 months in and Gaddafi is still there....those grapes must be sour!!
And sort out this country as you were elected to instead of wasting money on a civil war in which we have no strategic interest.

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Comment number 5.Aritra

24 Minutes ago

What an irony - a criminal using the Int'nat Court of Justice to fight it's case
Just like the Belgium court threw out Mad Dog's daughter's lawsuit, this one also deserves to be thrown out

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Comment number 4.Aritra

26 Minutes ago

Contd...Scattering Weapons Caches throughout the desert, having tanks and snipers at the ready to kill off protesters, just shows that Mad Dog had premonitions of his tinpot despotic rule coming to an end

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Comment number 3.Aritra

28 Minutes ago

At least when Iraq was invaded, Saddam was completely bewildered. He made desperate last-minute attempts to avoid the invasion, showing that he wasn't expecting it

How about Mad Dog? Already formed Elite Brigades headed by friends and family in case the Army deserts him, picked out the most crowded civilian sites to hide his thug collection from being decimated by NATO contd...

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Comment number 2.ArtistsView

30 Minutes ago

The condemning is hardly a surprise. More a surprise is a the continuing futility with which Britain is conducting it's engagement in Libya. Is it just me, or is it a very liberal, politically correct paradox that is motivating the continued government support of an unneccesary war, while slashing in new VAT rises to cut the deficit!My taxes are going straight to just killing more people in Libya.
 

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