I have posted 21 times on the subject of Libya because I believed from the onset that our involvement in matters which should not concern us was a reckless waste of time and money. There are many tyrants on the continent of Africa and most of them receive Foreign Aid from Britain which allows them to boost their personal fortune and build a military force to subjugate the people.
Now according to the mainstream media we only have 90 days funding left with which to ensure that Colonel Ghadaffi is removed. Apparently we have just spent £1 billion and achieved nothing! He is still in charge of half the country and seems to be far from defeated. It is clear that, unless his own people in Tripoli decided to get rid of him, then it would take a massive ground force to defeat him.
So what now? Do we quietly just crawl away and admit defeat? Do we waste further cash dropping bombs on him? Do we commit a ground force? When the 90 days are up and we are skint (again) will we then watch as his government troops retake Benghazi with all the venom that can muster?
It has the potential for a really sorry mess but what can you expect of politicians who have long since lost their moral compass. I still don't know why they decided on regime change in Libya but once you get involved you must win. Clearly the whole operation now appears to be intent on wasting British money on a large scale. Someone somewhere (the EU?) is trying to ruin the British as a nation and a lot of our politicians are giving them a helping hand.