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Libya: The Nazi Allies Fight For Arab Fascists Against Gaddafi’s African Union

by | 21st, March 2011

LIBYA the war: Anorak’s at-a-glance look at the war on Colonel Gaddafi in teh news:  The Sun , Independent and Mail all lead with news of the blitz on Colonel Gaddafi’s troops.

This jingoism follows the Times’ headline, which harped to those dark days leading to the Second World War: The Storm Gathers .” You want perspective? Don’t read the papers.

The Blitz was, of course, when the Germans and the Nazis terrorised the British. Good to know that 60 years on our newspapers are praising Our Boys for blitzing an enemy.

The Guardian and Independent , however, lead with a photo of death. As you wonder what the national interest is of war in Libya now Lockerbie wasn’t enough to attack Gaddafi but rebels around the oil wells is we see a picture of a dead man.

The Indy leads:

“The bodies lay strewn dismembered and burnt.”

The paper then piles it on.

“Some of the faces expressed the horrors of the last moments, others lay peaceful in repose.”

We are in war against a small country in the sand. We support the rebels, who this blogger compares to the BNP the so-called freedom fighters who want to see the back of Gaddafi and his black immigrants. And

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