Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Tripoli Falls

I see the French have been smarming their way in early trying to bag the oil contracts before the last of the gunshots have faded. The big question is where should Gaddafi head to. Obviously the usual conga line of arseholes has been mooted – Venezuela, Cuba, Russia or Saudi Arabia– who would obviously welcome a fellow Dictator. But I have a better suggestion provided Gaddafi can get a flight out. Has he considered Scotland?

A very pliant “Government” that will protect him from the Americans - at least he'll be safe. Granted the weather is bloody awful, ditto the food; but its only a couple of hundred miles from Civilisation and a mere £828.23 train fare to Harrods (2nd Class CheapEasynonpeak saver return).



6 comments:

Bill said...

Most amusing, on many levels ;)

Libertarian said...

ha ha ha

Brilliant

Single acts of tyranny said...

Very good. Truth is, more or less where ever he goes, he will be brought back to face some kind of retrospective show trial, assuming he is not summarily killed.

Demetrius said...

Not if he has a prostate problem. If you recall his good friend, Megrahi, was at death's door after treatment in Scotland, but was rescued by the more reliable Lybian medic's.

Anonymous said...

Sorry folks, but your all misleading yourself about the nature of both the Scottish Government and the involvement of the Scottish oriented New Labour in the form of Tony Bliar and Gordon Brown.

As soon as GaddaffyDuck ceased to be both defacto and dejure leader of Libya then he becomes nothing more than a war criminal evading justice.

Sure, such rogue states as Angola, Zimbabwe and Venezuela might give him temporary refuge, but they are all teetering on the brink anyway.

As soon as their ruling demagogue's fall (as appears likely in 2 out of 3 due to old age and terminal cancer), then GdaffyDuck becomes fugitive once more. Probably without whatever assets he escaped from Libya with.

Good luck to the old Mad Dog I say, he's going to need it.

Tim Newman said...

I see the French have been smarming their way in early trying to bag the oil contracts before the last of the gunshots have faded.

Good, isn't it?! ;)

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