HOW LONG HAVE SAS BEEN IN LIBYA?
It is also being proudly reported that a British bomber aborted its mission after civilians were found to be close to the target.
And it is also being reported that tens of civilians have been killed in these raids.
So this begs the question, just what have the SAS been doing in Libya? If they have been painting targets, then how accurate has that targetting been if civilians are close to the targets, and where did they get their information from? Was the risk of killing these civilians acceptable until it was revealed by the Arab League that civilians had been killed?
Several weeks ago the SAS were reportedly captured in a bungled landing, and sent packing with their tails between their legs. I questioned this fairytale at the time. It is inconceivable that a farmer could capture a unit of SAS and a MI6 officer and hold them hostage until a rebel leader arrived. It is now blatantly clear that several units of SAS and MI6 secretly and illegaly invaded Libya a few weeks ago with the permission of the rebels and a cover story was put out that they were all captured and returned home, or that some of them were returned home with intel and personal communications for the likes of Cameron the Inglorious while the rest remained in Libya to organise, train and assist the rebels who have probably given them the intel on which targets to paint.
If this has happened then is this legal?
Has the UK interfered in or even fomented a civil war?
Was UN SCR 1973 hastily agreed and betrayed by the UK because the SAS and MI6 were losing and in danger of being captured and their illegal meddling actions revealed?
It is one thing to be the heroes of the Iranian Embassy in 1980.
It is completely another to be organising a revolution and civil war in a foreign country resulting in us using expensive military hardware in a time of severe austerity.
I mean, is it possible that we are now bombing Libya because the SAS (and other NATO intelligence circle special forces) were sent in to create unrest and civil war with the goal of overthrowing Gaddafi but failed?
This is the question the corrupt wretches in the House of Commons should be asking Cameron the Inglorious this afternoon.
And is it "necessary, legal and right", as Cameron the Inglorious recently proposed, for our Defence Secretary Liam Fox to propose that Gaddafi be killed, even though this goes well beyond what the Arab League agreed to in UN SCR 1973?
Indeed, the war talk has become so loud and dominant that Nicky Campbell's discussion on Your Talk on BBC Radio 5 Live this morning is on the question, should we kill Gaddafi?
This goes well beyond the remit of UN SCR 1973, and shows the desperation that the UK now finds itself in. The UK has swiftly changed the aim of UN SCR 1973 from protection of civilians to assasination of Gaddafi and regime change.
All nations in the United Nations Security Council should call an immediate halt to all actions in Libya and demand that the UK, and the USA, explain themselves.
 SAS 'Smash' squads on the ground in Libya to mark targets for coalition jets, The Daily Mail, 21/3/2011
 BBC Breakfast, 21/3/2011
 Arab League Slams Libya Attacks Amid Reports of Growing Civilian Toll, AntiWar, 20/3/2011