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Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, David Cameron, BP And Barack Hussein Obama’s War

by | 20th, July 2010

DAVID Cameron in the US meeting with US VeePee Joe Biden and talking about Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, who will one day get his own page in medical history books alongside Ernest Saunders, the famous Alzheimer’s patient, and Lazarus.

Al-Megrahi was released from jail with the three months to live. That was11 months ago. In April he had four weeks to live. Last October 2009, he died. Oddly, he had already died. He was then, allegedly, traded for oil.

Cameron says BP played no part in the convicted terrorist’s return to Libya to die (one day). Dave says Al-Megrahi should have died in Scottish jail:

“I agree that the decision to release al-Megrahi was wrong. I said it was wrong at the time. It was the Scottish Government that took that decision. They took it after proper process and what they saw as the right, compassionate reasons. I just happen to think it was profoundly misguided.”

What of the BP gusher – you know, Barack Hussein Obama? That’s Barack Hussein Obama who managed to call BP not BP but by its old name Of British Petroleum in a ham-fisted attempt to undo the so-called special relationship and make the company look foreign and therefore dangerous to the American good. What of Barack HUSSEIN Obama, then?

Says Dave:

“Of course BP has got to do everything necessary to cap the oil well, to clean up the spill, to pay compensation. I have met with BP and I know they want to do that and will do that.”

But what about that alleged Libyan dead?

I have no idea what BP did, I am not responsible for BP,” Cameron said. But he insisted that discussions between BP and Brown’s administration on a prisoner transfer agreement did not include talks involving the al-Megrahi question. New York Democrat Charles Schumer, one of four senators who have demanded an investigation, welcomed Cameron’s statement on the issue.

“This admission is a first step in getting to the bottom of what could well be a quid pro quo for an oil contract,” Schumer said.

After that, the US will investigate Bhopal and the Iraq war. Although, just like with Cameron and Libya, that was different adminstration…



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