Nice Brit Compassion

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Lockerbie Bomber: Medical Prognosis Questioned; U.K.-U.S. Tensions Flare

Why is this man still breathing oxygen? He should have had a bullet put in his head and buried long ago. However, because of "civilized" society, remember the US is uncivilized, this worthless individual is still walking this earth. His victims? 6 feet under and pushing up daisies...
 
#2
There is a lot of UK - US tension at the moment not just Lockerdie but over BP and other matters could it be the Special relationship is only special as long as we do as we are told?
 
#3
There is a lot of UK - US tension at the moment not just Lockerdie but over BP and other matters could it be the Special relationship is only special as long as we do as we are told?
Yes, this is unfortunate. The US and the UK need to stick together. We are all each other have in the world (Yes, you Aussies, Kiwi's and Canuck's, I include you too). I really wonder if things, such as this, is a larger issue, to break up the western world? Or am I just paranoid...
 
#5
Also, it was the Scottish govt that released him, not the UK.
 

Biped

LE
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#7
Yep, completely agree. Also that hacker bloke, the aspergers fella - hang that bastard.
 

OldSnowy

LE
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#8
I owuld have more sympathy with the US position if it were not absolutely clear that Libya did not lead on the Lockerbie bombing. Do a bit of basic research, and have a look yourself. I'm not one for conspiracy theories, but this one is proven.
 
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stevieni22

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Not really arrsed its not like the british government ever keep terrorists in jail - look at northern ireland what the septics still havent grasped yet is that we in the UK still havent forgot about NORAID.Suck it up!
 

the_boy_syrup

LE
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#10
Not really arrsed its not like the british government ever keep terrorists in jail - look at northern ireland what the septics still havent grasped yet is that we in the UK still havent forgot about NORAID.Suck it up!
Oo your not alowed to mention that
NORAID was a legitimate organisation supporting those nice Irish Freedom fighters against those nasty British oppressors
The fact that the IRA were getting their weapons from Libya didn't bother them after all it was only British women and children geting blown to bits
Mrs Clinton had no problems welcoming those nice resistance fighters spokes people Gerry and Marty into her home and posing for pictures shaking their blood stained hands
Neither did her or Havanna Bill her husband seem really keen to extrodite suspected IRA men and prison escapees back to the UK
I mean Gadaffi had been warned by Ronald Reagan who had bombed him and made him watch two of his films not to do anything wrong or else the Greatest Hit's would be in the post
He wouldn't stick some of that nice Irish semtex to one side for his own use like that crazy doctor of Back to the Future would he?

Like wise that idiot Blair when we made him Isreals - sorry Middle East Peace Rep we didn't expect him to negotiate with people his goverment didn't get one with
He was supposed to come back with chapter 20 of his memoirs and an order for 40 new F-22s from Isreal

Funny how things change when it's your own people get spread all over the place

Only Pity is Sir Edward Kennedy isn't here to see it I'd have loved to hear his comedy ramblings on it
 
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Reference Lockerbie: ask George Dubya's daddy what deal he made with Hafez el Assad, late President of Syria, to get him onside during the Second Gulf War in 1990? Whatever it was, it must have been a doozy to get the funders of Islamic Jihad, PLO-Fatah, PFLP, PFLP-GC and Hezbollah in the tent.

Tam
 
#13
So many answers, would the outrage be as great if the victims had not been (predominately) Americans? Whatever you say there will be a ready reply. To quote Cpl. Jones. "You don't like it up you!"
 
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From ilech:

"Think you'll find that most of his victims were smeared over Lockerbie, just being a pedant that's all."

That is, of course, if you buy the Big Lie about Lockerbie - the mythical Libyan involvement. I am not for one minute saying that Libya doesn't have a history of terrorism in the West. That would be silly on a scale greater than the Minister for Silly Walks would ever own up to. The thing is, and this one is a doozy, just about every and I do mean every nation-state in the Middle East has, either directly or indirectly, engaged in acts of terrorism against Western interests, on a truly global basis.

For Lockerbie and its causes, though, one has to look a few thousand kilometres east of Libya's location.

Tam
 
#16
Lots of terrorists have been allowed to walk in the UK, some of them even have seats in our Parliament, it's a rule of law, constitutional thing and since the wrong man went to prison I see little reason to keep him there at my expense. The Scottish courts botched the case and botched the trial, that the Scottish government then botched his release is their business. They should have held a re-trial but they probably didn't fancy paying all that compensation.

If you really must exercise your sense of injustice then why not look a little closer to home, there's enough material waiting for you?
 

Biped

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And we're criticised not wanting to send them an autistic young lad who maliciously hacked into their Defense computers and threatened to end civilization as we know it.

Oh, sorry, difference in perspective here. Mia culpa.
A bloke with aspergers, who's a little bit delicate . . . . . threatened to end civilisation as we know it? **** me, how many people did he kill? Was he in league with Gadaffi? I must say, I didn't see any planes or nukes falling out of the sky. Perhaps I missed that bit. Also missed the bit where this bloke was a world-beating hacker who gives a whole new meaning to 'not leaving a trail' and 'uber cryptography'. I mean really, hacking into US DOD computer networks by using 'password' as the password - evil, evil genius.

Sorry, what were you saying about IRA bombers?
 
#19
And we're criticised not wanting to send them an autistic young lad who maliciously hacked into their Defense computers and threatened to end civilization as we know it.

Oh, sorry, difference in perspective here. Mia culpa.
Mea Culpa and Defence is what you meant surely?
 
#20
I went to the Air Accident Investigation Branch a few years back and they had the Pan Am jet in one of the hangers there....eeriest thing I think I've ever seen after only ever seeing it previously on the tele lying in the field.
 

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