I was just catching up on some reading of Aviation Week & Space Technology (I do need to keep abreast of technology...that's my excuse for reading geek weekly), when I saw the following in the 4th june edition: "The UK and Libya are discussing the sale of the MBDA Rapier/Jernas point-defense surface-to-air missile system to Tripoli. Details of the discussions emerged last week during a visit by Prime Minister Tony Blair to Libya." Eh? How does that work? I know they apologised for being bad in the past and volunteered to join the coalition against terrorism, but I thought only the French sold kit to the "bad guys"? Am I being extremely naive, or will this really go through? Or maybe we will install a special code in case we ever need to "overfly" Libya in a menacing way?